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International Conversation Forum XXIII
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American War II around the corner, time for a new one.
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| June 14, 2011, 5:28 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
Northeast US starts later and ends later then pretty much everywhere else. Only was in half day today and half day tomorrow for tests.

Ah, I see. As you can tell I don't know the ways of the Yankee. In the Confederate States Of America (South Carolina) there are no big winters that can delay school. Most people that live near me probably could not comprehend anything I just said, except for the "Confederate States of America" part. So life in the South is harder than you think!! And why does Awe have strong feelings about how slavery should still exist, when he lives in Oregon, which of course had no input in the whole situation...

Besides my Redneck lifestyle,
Australia has created a new model of the Talon MBT, which will be added to my Flickr or Mocpage or something soon.
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| June 14, 2011, 6:09 pm
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Quoting Matt P
And why does Awe have strong feelings about how slavery should still exist, when he lives in Oregon, which of course had no input in the whole situation...


Because until the 60s, Oregon was the most northern Southern state, there was a clause in the state constitution banning blacks from entry, and a minority tax (for being non-white). In the Civil War, we were about to secede, but were stopped when links to the Confederacy were discovered. Also, I hate black people.

Or maybe I just say all this because I'm a troll stuck in a very liberal town who needs to express his frustration with the situation. By the way, we just got out of school here in Portland, so Evan's not the only one getting out late.

In China:
-TONIGHT, WE DINE, ON PIZZA! WHILE WE WATCH DOWNFALL!
-Building things as fast as we can before the Master goes to Virginia on Friday.

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| June 14, 2011, 6:56 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

You guys are really lucky! I have finals all this week, and school doesn't end until Thursday of next week for me. Well at least the frosh class is going to six flags next week, so it isn't all that bad.
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| June 14, 2011, 7:09 pm
Quoting henry wang
You guys are really lucky! I have finals all this week, and school doesn't end until Thursday of next week for me. Well at least the frosh class is going to six flags next week, so it isn't all that bad.

I got out of school two weeks ago today...
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| June 14, 2011, 7:19 pm
Thanks Awe for the explanation and racism. And I got out of school 3 weeks ago! But Will your from Texas right? Or where in the South?

Cue Matt getting mad at us for irrelevant conversation.
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| June 14, 2011, 7:25 pm
Quoting Matt P
Thanks Awe for the explanation and racism. And I got out of school 3 weeks ago! But Will your from Texas right? Or where in the South?

Cue Matt getting mad at us for irrelevant conversation.

Yes, Texas.
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| June 14, 2011, 8:00 pm
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Well, I'm down with an illness of some sort, so I don't have much to write today.

-Production goes on.
-Man hunts continue.
-Integrations finalized.
-Stuff like that.

Quoting Evan Melick

Please double-check FM.
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| June 14, 2011, 8:39 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
Also, good to know you're a racist Awe. Arrogance and lack of logic are always a good thing.


I see the part about me just trolling was ignored, or assumed wrong... For the record, I'm not that racist, I just don't by into all that affirmative action stuff, and other things like it. Unfortunately, I cannot express these views where I live for fear of being flamed to death by my very liberal peers...
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| June 14, 2011, 9:01 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
It's also an added bonus that all high schoolers in NY get three weeks off K-8 doesn't, due to Regents testing. And about 5-7 allowed snowdays, all of which we use.

Also, good to know you're a racist Awe. Arrogance and lack of logic are always a good thing.

Obvious troll is obvious.
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| June 14, 2011, 9:02 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
Also, new post in the Announcement thread, but I'll drop it here also.

ALL VEHICLES/TECH/WHATEVER YOU WANT TO USE IN THIS GROUP NEED TO BE ON YOURn iMOCPAGES. The three admins have been talking about that the last few days, and it's taken me over an hour to find and look at all the equipment being used in today's Orders, and frankly, it would just be easier if y'all had everything on your MOCpages.

/FFFFFUUUUU.

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| June 14, 2011, 9:04 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
Also, new post in the Announcement thread, but I'll drop it here also.

ALL VEHICLES/TECH/WHATEVER YOU WANT TO USE IN THIS GROUP NEED TO BE ON YOURn iMOCPAGES. The three admins have been talking about that the last few days, and it's taken me over an hour to find and look at all the equipment being used in today's Orders, and frankly, it would just be easier if y'all had everything on your MOCpages.

What about a link in the plans?
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| June 14, 2011, 9:19 pm
The CU Armed Forces is considering the adoption of a new MBT for use in reserve armored units. A possibility being considered is the M2000 (M60/M1 hybrid), the Super M60 (M60 Super/Axe), or the Sabra.
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| June 14, 2011, 10:54 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
They're re-releasing the Lord of the Rings.

My day just got a bajillion times better. Oh, and my heavy cruiser is coming along nicely, should be a nice addition to my navy.


I saw the Extended Edition of Fellowship last night in the theaters. It was awesome, can't wait to see Two Towers next Tuesday. Extended edition is way longer, but way better.
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| June 15, 2011, 12:01 pm
Went over the monthly bandwidth limit.

Also:

There has been no civil unrest recently.
None.
At all.

Any rumours to the contrary are being spread by traitors and charlatans.
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| June 15, 2011, 8:48 pm
Waitin' on a CR? Yea, me too.
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| June 15, 2011, 9:12 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Waitin' on a CR? Yea, me too.

Non-subtle Nick is non-subtle.
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| June 15, 2011, 9:50 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Non-subtle Nick is non-subtle.

I actually just wanted to see what you're up to. @Evan: Feels Batman.
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| June 15, 2011, 10:10 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
I actually just wanted to see what you're up to. @Evan: Feels Batman.

Absolute deviousness, to be sure.
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| June 15, 2011, 10:19 pm
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All it'd take, is just one bullet. One bullet from one rifle, to start the biggest conflict any of the three groups has ever seen. Oh man, the tension is so glorious.
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| June 16, 2011, 9:48 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
All it'd take, is just one bullet. One bullet from one rifle, to start the biggest conflict any of the three groups has ever seen. Oh man, the tension is so glorious.


I think the group-ending war from 21st Century World was larger, in terms of % of players involved/ scope of the war. Still, this war, should it happen, will be absolutely destructive.
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| June 16, 2011, 10:16 pm
Quoting Matt Hacker

I think the group-ending war from 21st Century World was larger, in terms of % of players involved/ scope of the war. Still, this war, should it happen, will be absolutely destructive.

Seven nations against the PCU, complete victory on all fronts. Good times, good times.
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| June 16, 2011, 10:48 pm
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Today, in the Western Republic...

The collaboration of the Canadian and WR law enforcement has paid off, and another set of 18 men have been carelessly tossed aside.

Speaking of Canada, the government there has taken a look at the plans for the new flag, and had some suggestions about it. Also, they have asked for a better name (How many changes are we allowed in this group?) something like the United States of North America: USNA.

Production of all types goes on, and on, and on. Not to war-time levels, of course.

Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
All it'd take, is just one bullet. One bullet from one rifle, to start the biggest conflict any of the three groups has ever seen. Oh man, the tension is so glorious.

The Premier of Russia is probably not going to be so easy to get...

Quoting Nick Shelton
Seven nations against the PCU, complete victory on all fronts. Good times, good times.

When was this again? I must have missed that part, but it didn't end that group. I was hoping that the group-ending war would belong to the AIO in their heroic and crushing crusade against the treacherous tan nation, whatever it was called, in Mexico. After all, that was the war that was ongoing when the group went defunct.

I almost declared war on the entire world. Having all of India and a great deal of China, I think I could have done it...with a good deal of help from the alliance and all.
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| June 16, 2011, 11:03 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Quoting Nick Shelton
Seven nations against the PCU, complete victory on all fronts. Good times, good times.

When was this again? I must have missed that part, but it didn't end that group. I was hoping that the group-ending war would belong to the AIO in their heroic and crushing crusade against the treacherous tan nation, whatever it was called, in Mexico. After all, that was the war that was ongoing when the group went defunct.

I almost declared war on the entire world. Having all of India and a great deal of China, I think I could have done it...with a good deal of help from the alliance and all.

First Point:
War involving 80% of the group > War of you being a bully (like now!) to Ham.

Second Point:
The Governator-era PCU would've and could've won any conflict in that group.

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| June 16, 2011, 11:28 pm
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Ah yes, the concluding war of 21st century.
PCU vs. Texas
PCU vs. SRGL
PCU vs. Canada
PCU vs. Japan
PCU vs. Africans
PCU vs. Algeria
PCU vs. Arabia (I think it was Jack in Arabia)
Victory on all fronts. Mostly because Nick managed to control all of the New World at one point...

This group? Things are going to be much more convoluted. And someone's going to get uppity and pull that trigger, I know that.
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| June 16, 2011, 11:36 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
First Point:
War involving 80% of the group > War of you being a bully (like now!) to Ham.

I don't recall you lodging any protests at the time. In fact, I do believe you thought my motives were quite in line; considering you backed off pretty quick when I explained them just right. Considering I was party to the utter annihilation of China, took down an entire African nation with 5:1 in my disfavor (despite popular rumors to the contrary), helped in the destruction of the war machines of Egypt sent to aid Texas and the SRGL (my, how easily you do forget the efforts I made on your behalf), led India's first across the world successful amphibious invasion of another country, and was a key player in the unification of the entire Southeast Asian area to the Middle East, then I'd say I got in my share of accomplishments in a rather short period of time. I also was never defeated. Anywhere.

But, that would be awakening old nightmares long, and rightfully so, forgotten.

By the way, who exactly am I bullying now? We're at peace, the last I read, and I'm not actively building forts or rattling sabers like you are constantly, am I?
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| June 16, 2011, 11:51 pm
Quoting Ultramarine . war machines of Egpyt

You barely sent any planes compared to how many planes I sent in for the effort! Your efforts were minuscule!
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| June 17, 2011, 12:02 am
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Quoting Nick Shelton
You barely sent any planes compared to how many planes I sent in for the effort! Your efforts were minuscule!

From what I understand, and what Awe has said, "It's not the number, but the carnage that is caused by them." However, you apparently appreciated it at the time...
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| June 17, 2011, 12:14 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
From what I understand, and what Awe has said, "It's not the number, but the carnage that is caused by them." However, you apparently appreciated it at the time...

Only because of the completion of a goal.
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| June 17, 2011, 12:18 am
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Only because of the completion of a goal.

Hmm.
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| June 17, 2011, 12:26 am
It's just like WWI again...

I FREAKING LOVE IT.
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| June 17, 2011, 12:38 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Ah yes, the concluding war of 21st century.
PCU vs. Texas
PCU vs. SRGL
PCU vs. Canada
PCU vs. Japan
PCU vs. Africans
PCU vs. Algeria
PCU vs. Arabia (I think it was Jack in Arabia)
Victory on all fronts. Mostly because Nick managed to control all of the New World at one point...

This group? Things are going to be much more convoluted. And someone's going to get uppity and pull that trigger, I know that.

AWE! Y U FORGET PRUSSO-EGYPT!
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| June 17, 2011, 12:40 am
what war?
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| June 17, 2011, 12:40 am
Quoting Danny Morgan
what war?

You weren't in that group. It was a group before this one, started by yours truly.
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| June 17, 2011, 12:43 am
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
You weren't in that group. It was a group before this one, started by yours truly.

No, I mean the war everyone's talking about now... "one bullet can unleash the fury of the whole world" or something
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| June 17, 2011, 12:50 am
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Quoting Danny Morgan
No, I mean the war everyone's talking about now... "one bullet can unleash the fury of the whole world" or something


Why, it's the war we all know is coming, the one that one lucky person is going to start. The American Conflict was started in blood, and it can only be resolved in blood.
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| June 17, 2011, 1:00 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Why, it's the war we all know is coming, the one that one lucky person is going to start. The American Conflict was started in blood, and it can only be resolved in blood.

Finally! is there a definite release date?

Can I do the trailer? maybe throw a few Valkyries 'round and blow siht up?
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| June 17, 2011, 1:03 am
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Quoting Danny Morgan
Finally! is there a definite release date?

Can I do the trailer? maybe throw a few Valkyries 'round and blow siht up?


Sometime after July 2nd, when Nick is allowed to invade/be invaded again.
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| June 17, 2011, 1:16 am
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Today, in the USNA...

On that note, we're on name change #2. In all fairness, though, we couldn't have anticipated the annexation of an entire nation shortly after we changed it last time. I promise that this is the last one.

The USNA vigorously protests and condemns the attacks on Brazil. Several aid ships are being loaded up to bring needed equipment to them. If history is any teacher, this show ain't over yet, not by a long sight.

The 5 factories that were fully automated at great expense have paid off big time. With nearly zero human effort, they've out produced their non-automated counterparts by nearly 2.5:1. On that note, 20 M90s, 15 M80s, 2 M91s, 10 M6s, 5 F-89s, 2 B-3s, and 5 F-40s have rolled off the line. Construction of the Iron Works sub continues. Already, the members of her class are the USS Steel, Ferric, Ironsides, and Smelter. The keel will eventually become the USS Refined. I'm having fun with those names, I must say.
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| June 17, 2011, 11:17 am
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Sup brahs. I'll be gone for the next 9 days with probably very limited internet access. I'm leaving the Koaxiang Empire in Nick Shelton's capable hands. I command that he not declare war without undue cause, and that he keep up with what I've privately instructed. Making it official here.

Meanwhile:
-The first batch of Fringilla destroyers have been completed, more on their way.
-This: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/5842655849/in/photostream
-We now are building them too.
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| June 17, 2011, 2:30 pm
Hear ye! Hear ye! Angola will be be modernizing it's armed forces. I just want to confirm the ratio for replacing equipment is 1-2 right?
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| June 17, 2011, 2:49 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
One to one.

Yummy
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| June 17, 2011, 9:59 pm
Due to the recent state of conflict in the area, El Presidente and the majority of Congress have agreed to mobilize and deploy the I Marine Infantry Combat Brigade to our base on the Baja Peninsula, and we expect them to be full dug in by the end of the week. Also, our Reserve Air Defense brigades will be on a higher alert status, and can be fully mobilized and deployable with 72 hours notice.
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| June 17, 2011, 11:24 pm
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Quoting -> avalella
I Marine Infantry Combat Brigade to our base on the Baja Peninsula, and we expect them to be full dug in by the end of the week.

It's about time...
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| June 17, 2011, 11:27 pm
Looks like the OVB has slipped its leash a bit and exceeded its mandate ever so slightly.

Oh well, we've got more important things to do than keep track of what umpteen armed infiltration teams are getting up to overseas.
Things like MAINTAINING A SEMI-STABLE GOVERNMENT
and
KEEPING XYZ NUMBER OF ADVANCED COMBAT VEHICLES FROM SLIPPING OVER THE BORDER TO ATTACK ISRAEL IN THE NAME OF ISLAM
and
WHOOPSIE DAISY I ACCIDENTALLY HALF THE UZBEK CAPITAL
and
HAS ANYONE CHECKED ON THE OVB LATELY? NO? WELL, THEY'RE MORE DANGEROUS TO OTHER PEOPLE'S POLITICAL STABILITY THAN OURS, SO IT DOESN'T REALLY MATTER; MAY AS WELL APPROVE THAT REQUEST FOR EXTRA ARSON SUPPLIES
and all sorts of other fascinating nonexistent insurgency suppressing and stability preserving things which, for the record, are all the WC's fault when you get down to the meat of matters.

So if anything overseas gets blown up in a suspicious fashion, imma just point out that the OVB oversight committee is busy running on autopilot with three interns and a filing clerk, since all the important decision makers are off trying to keep parliament from imploding.

/Also interns and filing clerks know better than to antagonize the OVB, so they're keeping their heads down and just rubberstamping things.
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| June 18, 2011, 8:46 am
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Quoting Areetsa C
KEEPING XYZ NUMBER OF ADVANCED COMBAT VEHICLES FROM SLIPPING OVER THE BORDER TO ATTACK ISRAEL IN THE NAME OF ISLAM

Oh, you're keeping them in line. Good, I'd suggest you keep that a high priority. Why? Not me, just look to your north, look around, and ask yourself: "Would I be able to hold out for a week when 500,000 Russians coming blitzing over my border?"

Quoting Areetsa C
and all sorts of other fascinating nonexistent insurgency suppressing and stability preserving things which, for the record, are all the WC's fault when you get down to the meat of matters.

Good, so you won't be holding the USNA responsible, will you? It's like attacking an entirely different nation, they've done nothing. It was the High Command that sent the ICBMs, since civil government took over, much less devastating attacks have occurred in retaliation. It's almost like blaming West Germany for what East Germany did.
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| June 18, 2011, 12:03 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Good, so you won't be holding the USNA responsible, will you? It's like attacking an entirely different nation, they've done nothing. It was the High Command that sent the ICBMs, since civil government took over, much less devastating attacks have occurred in retaliation. It's almost like blaming West Germany for what East Germany did.

So you're saying that your country is not held responsible for what your country did?

/LOLface.
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| June 18, 2011, 12:48 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
So you're saying that your country is not held responsible for what your country did?

There are various forms and levels of realism that the members try to aspire to. The Western Confederation was extremely war-like, brutal, and very heavy-handed when it came to foreign and domestic policy. Now, the United States of Northern America has not only grown to include new states (what would you think of Arty bombing Nevada or Idaho, when they weren't even a member-state before?), a new government, and a new identity. The USNA is literally an entirely new and different nation, bearing little, if any, resemblance to the former WC. The High Command is gone, the harsh policies are gone, and everything else along with it. The only thing that is the same is 1) Me. 2) The same color on the group map.

Note: The High Command would have attacked you by now. The Republic form of government hasn't and won't. Consider that carefully.
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| June 18, 2011, 1:17 pm
Anti-terror and bomb squads are mobilizing across the country, while I wait for "The Plantation" to be finished so I don't have to hide out in old cold-war bunkers or anything like that.

Speaking of "The Plantation" construction on it is going great, however even more security measures have been taken to ensure its location is kept a secret.
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| June 18, 2011, 2:59 pm
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War cleanup crews have announced the end of their missions in the ACU, EC, and PCU, although the post-terror crews remain in the WC.

Other updates too, later.
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| June 18, 2011, 3:05 pm
I have returned.

In the SC...

The soldiers and airline workers injured or killed in the bombings have been put under the best care possible or buried (in case of the dead).

Anti-terror and bomb squads have been dispatched after possible leads and continue to work on the tanks. Speaking of that, all mechanics and people that have been in contact with the tanks bombed are being put under a new (and heavy) background check.
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| June 18, 2011, 3:45 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
So I take it you're also relaxing the lockdown of your country, so your economy is taking less of a wack?

Oh, you didn't catch that? Yes, I announced that several days ago in this forum.
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| June 18, 2011, 6:17 pm
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Sorry about my hiatus if any of y'all needed to contact me. Palmetto Boys State is an excellent week-long program, I must say.

Anyhow, the Union State has not-so recently gotten around to integrating more advanced and eco-friendly materials in areas like infrastructure, shipping, etc. Although we've had an overall "green" focus happening since the beginning of the first ICF, nothing noticeable has occurred. However, we've now begun making new roads, and repairing old ones as well, with recycled rubber from things like tennis shoes, etc. The overall quality and product service life of using rubber will greatly increase fuel efficiency and will reduce the federal government's need to tax so heavily in the future to keep pot-holed roads operational on the basis of poor standards. We hope that at least one-third of our new infrastructure will have an A-grade rating.

Private shipping industries have been given tax exemptions in certain areas for beginning to sell their aging steel containers to us as to replace them recycled plastic ones. Although plastics are often thought of us easily crumpled and structurally weak in many cases, many a dollar has been thrown into a research program concerning the proper weaving pattern to create a much more flexible, cost-efficient, and resilient container. Plastics also deteriorate less when exposed to thick concentrations of salt, so we figure businesses will begin begging for these new containers. As for the steel and aluminum coming back to us, the materials will of course be utilized for military purposes and sold to small businesses having a hard time gaining the materials for cheap. Competition is something we're beginning to love.

Anyhow, forces along our portion of Ukraine and that of the Byzantine-supportive parts have established checkpoints and small encampments in rural areas in case of "emergency response" requiring arms. We've made note not to hassle the natives so we can still maintain the trust of the people, but the urban populace has taken note of the large amount of air power moving about. We figured this may bring up remembrances of the hardships within the totalitarian USSR, but many pro-Russian Ukrainians have cheered-on the demonstration and has inspired many youth to take pride in where they live. This may spark up some nationalistic pride in the future requiring them to re-join with the rest of Ukraine, but we're more than willing to resolve that issue peacefully once it comes about. Many households are still recovering from the mob and riot infestations of this past civil conflict, so it should be a bit before the above happens.
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| June 18, 2011, 6:50 pm
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Quoting Tom Neumo
Upon hearing of this recent development, both Hapag-Lloyd and Maersk Line have expressed great interest in a similar program. Both the German and Danish governments are approaching the Union State to request permission to initiate a similar program here as well.

Have at it, boys. Senior project coordinators, advisers, etc. shall be at your disposal if need be.

In other news, the Union State failed to mention that we successfully completed a seabase mock-up with a small selection of vessels. The main goal was to demonstrate the ability to mobilize vehicles and troop cargoes from one, large vessel to a smaller one that is capable of moving materials closer to shore. Specialized cranes, ship-to-ship offload ramps, deployable emergency ship buffers, automated selective cargo handling, and things of similar nature were all utilized with the end result looking ever-so promising. We'll be having another exercise end-month, but it'll be full-scale involving an entire seabasing fleet.
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| June 18, 2011, 7:46 pm
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Quoting Tom Neumo
Are those 135 on ships already, because I have two fully-loaded Hapag-Lloyd vessels headed into the Atlantic with your ALMTs.

Might as well say it is. Will set sail shortly (within a few minutes).
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| June 18, 2011, 8:06 pm
Senegal's Liberation in Southern Sudan goes well. Relatively light casualties have been sustained, due to a large part of the Battles being fought during the night (when Senegalese soldiers have entered suspected insurgent hide-outs with a combination of the their dark skin color and night-vision opticals) as well as in attack helicopters, tanks, and precision airstrikes.


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| June 18, 2011, 9:54 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
The Western Confederation was extremely war-like, brutal, and very heavy-handed when it came to foreign and domestic policy. Now, the United States of Northern America has not only grown to include new states (what would you think of Arty bombing Nevada or Idaho, when they weren't even a member-state before?), a new government, and a new identity. The USNA is literally an entirely new and different nation, bearing little, if any, resemblance to the former WC. The High Command is gone, the harsh policies are gone, and everything else along with it. The only thing that is the same is 1) Me. 2) The same color on the group map.

So what your saying is, if I switch factions to the People's Republic Of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Israel I can get out of whatever Alenia related troubles I may be in?
I'll have to remember that.
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| June 18, 2011, 10:09 pm
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Quoting Areetsa C
So what your saying is, if I switch factions to the People's Republic Of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Israel I can get out of whatever Alenia related troubles I may be in?
I'll have to remember that.

Uh, well, Israel is off the list for you. It's mine, as well as being under the eternal protection of your vast northern neighbor. Mitts off.

Well, that would depend on a few things. If, like me, you have a complete government change, expand in territory, and vastly revise your foreign policy then yes, you probably could. However, if you remain the same by attacking without cause or reason, inciting insurgencies, and causing needless trials then no, you'd be treated as just a larger and more dangerous version of what you once were.

The Western Confederation no longer exists in government or form. I have illustrated this twice by not attacking the PCU, and only inflicting one casualty on you instead of reducing your 30 largest cities to dust as you undoubtedly expected. Convinced?
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| June 18, 2011, 11:05 pm
@ Australia's Inquiry about the Pacific Militia Organization:

Um, sure, but the PMO is only meant to defend your own country, so if you joined up and you got invaded, only your own militia would be at your disposal, and the other members of the PMO are not obliged to send their civilian Militia over to Australia.
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| June 19, 2011, 12:12 am
Quoting Danny Morgan
@ Australia's Inquiry about the Pacific Militia Organization:

Um, sure, but the PMO is only meant to defend your own country, so if you joined up and you got invaded, only your own militia would be at your disposal, and the other members of the PMO are not obliged to send their civilian Militia over to Australia.


Hey do you mind I join the PMO?

-----
In other news:
- The invasion of Thailand is going smoothly as the 9th and 12th Armoured brigades reached the Thai province of Ratchaburi and precautions are being taken to minimize the damage on the many historical and archaeological sites around the area. The 36th armoured brigade has surrounded the entrenched itself around the city of Phuket, which still remained under Thai control despite having cut off the city's food and water supplies...

-The captured Thai aircraft carrier has finally been repaired and is currently on its way to the capital, Singapore.
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| June 19, 2011, 2:48 am
Quoting Danny Morgan
@ Australia's Inquiry about the Pacific Militia Organization:

Um, sure, but the PMO is only meant to defend your own country, so if you joined up and you got invaded, only your own militia would be at your disposal, and the other members of the PMO are not obliged to send their civilian Militia over to Australia.

Ok sounds good.
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| June 19, 2011, 9:17 am
Quoting TheSpectre 117


-The captured Thai aircraft carrier has finally been repaired and is currently on its way to the capital, Singapore.

Congratulations, you captured the world's smallest Aircraft Carrier.
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| June 19, 2011, 2:06 pm
Quoting Will G.
Congratulations, you captured the world's smallest Aircraft Carrier.

lol it really is.... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTMS_Chakri_Naruebet
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| June 19, 2011, 3:07 pm
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Today, in the USNA...

It was bound to happen at some point or another, but the differences are becoming apparent in the governments of the provinces and the lower states. Yesterday, a Montana native was arrested for possession of a firearm and carrying it on a public sidewalk. "It's against our laws," said the provincial governor. "He's a citizen of the USNA, he has the right to carry it wherever he pleases, as long as he doesn't endanger the general welfare." That's when the calls started going up the chain of command until the President was involved. "You DID ratify our constitution, you know. It is clearly stated there that such a right exists." Let's just say it's going to be a rather lengthy legal battle, possibly very emotional, we'll bring you the details as it happens.

However, the two governments and peoples are still very united, believing that these are mere growing pains in the unification process.

With the constant threats all around us, the mercenary Williams has received authorization from the FBI to amass an army of his own men. The first paramilitary army to exist in the US, it has become somewhat of a curiosity. They have been given strict guidelines that they will follow so as not to arose fear from the public. Their training will be monitored by an armed detail of police or FBI on the scene, and the police must be advised as to an exact inventory of their weapons. With his extensive contacts worldwide, it wouldn't be surprising to some if he were able to obtain tanks or aircraft. So far, he has 5,600 men on standby. They will not be allowed to act without orders from appointed superiors.

Production of all types is ongoing. Production has begun on an APC, which we have been recently reminded is a rather glaring deficiency of ours. The M76 Ratel holds only 6 men. While it is fully amphibious, it's not all that good with carrying people comfortably.
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| June 19, 2011, 7:13 pm
With the 2nd national Congressional and Presidential elections coming up next year, El Presidente has made it very clear that the CU will not commit any Caribbean Lives to a war he claims is ill-justified. Along with this pledge of nuetrality, he has also invited any of the war's participants to use CU industry to produce equipment, and we are even offering up the all of our current models for export. See our comprehensive mail-order catolgue here (http://www.flickr.com/groups/1664590@N24). Just FM me to place an order. Also, I'm more than willing to act as a combat moderator, if need be (I honestly don't even know what this war is about, if that helps in judging my nuetrality)
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| June 19, 2011, 8:24 pm
So, the bloody United States of America has returned. Uh-huh. Woohoo. >_<
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| June 19, 2011, 8:41 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
So, the bloody United States of America has returned. Uh-huh. Woohoo. >_<

of North America...
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| June 19, 2011, 9:26 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
So, the bloody United States of America has returned. Uh-huh. Woohoo. >_<

Problem, son?
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| June 19, 2011, 9:29 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Problem, son?

Well, it will allow me to have more fun... XD

But it's also slightly annoying.
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| June 19, 2011, 10:08 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Uh, well, Israel is off the list for you. It's mine, as well as being under the eternal protection of your vast northern neighbor. Mitts off.

Exactly. It's YOURS. Therefore it's fair game.
Sooner or later I'll pay them a visit; I probably won't shoot at their own forces unless they shoot first, but whatever you've got in foreign bases would be prime targets.
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| June 19, 2011, 10:25 pm
PCU is pretty...iffy about this next CR.

EDIT: Hey look, it's there.

The PCU is, and will continue to be, a nation focused on protecting our allies. An attack on any nation close to us will be stopped, be it by them, or me if I can handle it. With that being said, PCU aircraft will continue to be based in Egypt.
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| June 19, 2011, 10:34 pm
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I laugh at the tension, although this "betrayal" is rather shocking, and analysts are really quite confused by it. We hope that the USNA and Brazil are not making a grave error here, as allies are rather scarce in today's world. We also worry whether this is just a USNA ploy to gain just cause to strike the EC for land. While doubtful, this theory has not yet been ruled out. We watch the situation with bated breath.

Also involving the USNA, we will begin production of your MBTs but we will withhold them until the situation pans out- we are watching you very carefully.

EDIT: Oh, thanks to new intel, all of our suspicions of the USNA is gone, so this post is useless although it shows my train of thought. The order will be uninterrupted and we are watching our backs so we don't end up like the poor man that is the group picture.
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| June 19, 2011, 10:40 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
- Israeli radar site detected a number of Chinese, PCU, and Egyptian aircraft skirting their airspace. No violations, so no shots fired. But it was close.

Kids, Russia ain't gonna be happy with you...

Quoting Areetsa C
Exactly. It's YOURS. Therefore it's fair game.
Sooner or later I'll pay them a visit; I probably won't shoot at their own forces unless they shoot first, but whatever you've got in foreign bases would be prime targets.

Any attacks upon Israeli soil will constitute an act of war against that nation as a breach of sovereignty.

You don't seem to realize this, so I'll put it to you plain, it's Russia's too. That massive landmass of a nation that covers most of Asia and a good deal of Europe feels the same way. How long would you last with 500,000 mad Russians rampaging through your territory?

Less than a week would be my guess.

Quoting Nick Shelton
The PCU is, and will continue to be, a nation focused on protecting our allies. An attack on any nation close to us will be stopped, be it by them, or me if I can handle it. With that being said, PCU aircraft will continue to be based in Egypt.

Perhaps it's because you're thick-headed. Or, it might be because you can't seem to see outside of your narrow opinions of others, believing that they must adhere to the actions that you dictate in your mind that they will and must take; and therefore, you cannot comprehend any other possibilities.

As I've said before, vary plainly so you can understand this time: "I will not attack you."

As a continued stern warning as well, stay very far away from Israel.
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| June 19, 2011, 10:54 pm
I don't think any other nation can truly claim Israeli as their own without a fight
/looks at Ultra

My dad's Israeli and their mentality in that country is to never surrender or be controlled by someone else
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| June 19, 2011, 10:59 pm
First proto-types of Sabre IFV have been completed. So far what few tests that have been run only show minnor flaws in the system. Production should begin either this or next week.
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| June 19, 2011, 11:11 pm
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This new, from the USNA Congress:

"The EC is hereby requested to remove all vessels and personnel from the territorial waters of Israel. Furthermore, the EC has been added to the Office of Foreign Asset Control as a restricted nation."

Oh, and we'll thank you for the aircraft, but we won't be paying you for them I'm afraid. You can understand why, can't you?

Quoting Danny Morgan
My dad's Israeli and their mentality in that country is to never surrender or be controlled by someone else

It's not really a 'claim,' it's an alliance and trade relationship to the end that Israel is protected from all foreign and aggressive powers. Russia is in on it too. We'll defend Israel, but we won't base out of it unless to defend it.

There are people, in this group, that would tread upon her sacred land and shame her with no respect for her and her people. That would say that she would join Islamic Unions. They'd impose harshness upon her without care for her great and Godly heritage. Erik and I are out to stop that from happening. If you truly believe the way you do, you'd be best off siding with us.
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| June 19, 2011, 11:41 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
It's not really a 'claim,' it's an alliance and trade relationship to the end that Israel is protected from all foreign and aggressive powers. Russia is in on it too. We'll defend Israel, but we won't base out of it unless to defend it.

There are people, in this group, that would tread upon her sacred land and shame her with no respect for her and her people. That would say that she would join Islamic Unions. They'd impose harshness upon her without care for her great and Godly heritage. Erik and I are out to stop that from happening. If you truly believe the way you do, you'd be best off siding with us.


I think it's best I stay neutral for the moment. My main priority is the safety and wellbeing of Indonesia, so I don't want to provoke the aggression of any one side by 'joining' them...

/I'msureyouunderstand
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| June 19, 2011, 11:51 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
It's not really a 'claim,' it's an alliance and trade relationship to the end that Israel is protected from all foreign and aggressive powers. Russia is in on it too. We'll defend Israel, but we won't base out of it unless to defend it.

There are people, in this group, that would tread upon her sacred land and shame her with no respect for her and her people. That would say that she would join Islamic Unions. They'd impose harshness upon her without care for her great and Godly heritage. Erik and I are out to stop that from happening. If you truly believe the way you do, you'd be best off siding with us.

For Allah's sake, I'm a FAN of Israel. Well, I was, until they started being A-holes to Palestine >_>

Palestine is the only issue. I'd do something about that, but the Israelis are too awesome to get taken over completely. A Muslim Jerusalem? Just doesn't feel right at all. Hebrew ground belongs to Hebrews.

Although I might be alright with Romans taking it over. >_> Because it was historically theirs for quite some time.
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| June 19, 2011, 11:54 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
It's not really a 'claim,' it's an alliance and trade relationship to the end that Israel is protected from all foreign and aggressive powers. Russia is in on it too. We'll defend Israel, but we won't base out of it unless to defend it.

There are people, in this group, that would tread upon her sacred land and shame her with no respect for her and her people. That would say that she would join Islamic Unions. They'd impose harshness upon her without care for her great and Godly heritage. Erik and I are out to stop that from happening. If you truly believe the way you do, you'd be best off siding with us.

This is very interesting, very interesting indeed...

We would like solid evidence that we are behind the attacks from all nations who claim it was the Eastern Confederation...
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| June 19, 2011, 11:54 pm
My comment needs moderating, apparently. >_>
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| June 20, 2011, 12:03 am
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Quoting Will G.
We would like solid evidence that we are behind the attacks from all nations who claim it was the EC confederation.

Well, if not your security needs a major working over. In the mean time, get out of Israeli waters. We find you there under false pretenses and suspicious circumstances. We'll see you out so you don't get lost.
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| June 20, 2011, 12:04 am
wait... I thought Will was on Ultra's side? Maybe I'm confused...
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| June 20, 2011, 12:08 am
Quoting Danny Morgan
wait... I thought Will was on Ultra's side? Maybe I'm confused...

Ultra's in it to win it (read: turning on his allies to gain a larger land-mass).
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| June 20, 2011, 12:10 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Well, if not your security needs a major working over. In the mean time, get out of Israeli waters. We find you there under false pretenses and suspicious circumstances. We'll see you out so you don't get lost.

If you are trying to frame me for my land, then I have nothing more to say to you. I cannot believe you would trust Axis info over your own ally. Perhaps siding with the Axis would've been a better choice.
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| June 20, 2011, 12:13 am
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Quoting Danny Morgan
wait... I thought Will was on Ultra's side? Maybe I'm confused...

I was afraid of this. It appears that my new status of being the largest economic and military power in the region would make others, well, jealous.

Quoting Will G.
If you are trying to frame me for my land, then I have nothing more to say to you. I cannot believe you would trust Axis info over your own ally. Perhaps siding with the Axis would've been a better choice.

Yes, because I'd infinitely rather invade a nation that suffered blood as much as me, that spilled their blood on my behalf, that spared nothing to attack those that I called enemy than the nation that inflicted terrible casualties on the both of us, right? What on earth makes you think I'd invade you when I haven't the PCU?

Why are you doing this? It appears that you have a perfectly good storyline already developed. Automatically, I'm the framer and you're the innocent victim. Good for you, now we can undoubtedly expect this to be echoed from every Axis member here for days and weeks to come.

You all will know the truth when you see who acts and who doesn't.
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| June 20, 2011, 12:25 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
You don't seem to realize this, so I'll put it to you plain, it's Russia's too. That massive landmass of a nation that covers most of Asia and a good deal of Europe feels the same way. How long would you last with 500,000 mad Russians rampaging through your territory?

Quite a while, considering that would require him to remove troops from his border with Evan.

And that a lot of my military doctrine involves urban combat. Cities are quite dangerous for regular armies up against insurgents; since my current equipment is built from the ground up for urban and close-quarters combat...


Take a HAT-2. Stick it in a civilian building, with its cannon sticking through a hastily made hole. Cover the front and turret with bags of sand and concrete. Pile some rubble around the outside, too. Add a platoon of groundpounders for security.

Try getting past a company or two of THAT without violating your rules of engagement.
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| June 20, 2011, 12:37 am
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Quoting Areetsa C
Quite a while, considering that would require him to remove troops from his border with Evan.

You really are a reckless menace. Well, there's more than one way to fry the proverbial fish.
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| June 20, 2011, 12:42 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
You really are a reckless menace. Well, there's more than one way to fry the proverbial fish.

No, you've already done that, now you have to wait and see which particular faction ends up dictating foreign policy.

HINT: IT PROBABLY WON'T BE THE MODERATES.
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| June 20, 2011, 12:56 am
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Quoting Areetsa C
HINT: IT PROBABLY WON'T BE THE MODERATES.

Uh, ok. Whatever that means.
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| June 20, 2011, 1:08 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Uh, ok. Whatever that means.

Means the guy you shot was the closest thing to a pro-foreigner politician in the country.
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| June 20, 2011, 3:36 am
Quoting Will G.
Congratulations, you captured the world's smallest Aircraft Carrier.


Yup and im proud of it! :D Its much easier than building one yourself...come to think of it, I should really upgrade all that hardware and equipment I "took" from the Thais. Hmmm...


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| June 20, 2011, 4:48 am
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Quoting Areetsa C
Means the guy you shot was the closest thing to a pro-foreigner politician in the country.

And people call me a hazard to the world? "Baby, you ain't seen nothin' yet," eh?

Quoting Evan Melick
I deeply thank you all for providing the administration staff a large amount of lulz.

You're quite welcome! lol
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| June 20, 2011, 11:13 am
If this doesn't turn into war I will be very disappointed. Bickering is boring and drags on, settle it on the battlefield like real (albeit nonsensical) leaders.
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| June 20, 2011, 12:40 pm
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I came here to say this on current proceedings: trollface.jpg

The Kaoxiang Empire will do whatever it pleases, because, why not spice things up a bit? However, China is still in Nick's hands for the next few days. I trust him to make some trouble abroad while I'm rotting under the Virginia sun.
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| June 20, 2011, 4:04 pm
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After some behind-the-scenes deliberations with the Byzantine foreign ministry and lead executives, the Union State no longer considers the former nation a primary threat to us. Instead, our two unions have begun what is temporarily being called the Eastern European Initiative. Due to the rather Cold War-esque situation of the world and the growing allusion to a rather destructive war, neither we nor our now Byzantine friends can afford to fight a war so close to home in which case would destabilize our region and spill horrendous amounts of blood. Byzantium has agreed to withdrawal a better portion of the forces from "free" Ukraine while keeping just enough to help with internal security measures while the re-organization of said nation's government is underway. The Union State will maintain its forces in the area for the same reason, but it is also our land now so we are not obliged to demilitarize fully. Anyhow, we hope the EEI will further increase sales of all sorts between our vast unions while also promoting mutual defense.
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| June 20, 2011, 4:47 pm
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Today, in the USNA...

Due to increased tensions, the 10,000 men placed on reserve status have been recalled to active duty. Additionally, the soldiers recruited during the Border War were inducted fully as three regiments (15,000 men). 5,000 more men have been recruited in the RCA.

The legal battle came to an abrupt head already with the Canadian provincial leaders backing off amidst rumors of backroom talks and under the table deals. It was also announced today, seemingly unconnected, that the capital of the USNA would be moved to Ottawa, Ontario. The decision was logical, since it was the only large city still geared with such machinery. The Republic had been running on poor office logistics for weeks and suffering from hangups and bad communication. Ottawa has all the necessary machinery for such tasks, and it has great stature among the provinces. Not to mention the gesture helped relations significantly.

Anyhow, production keeps up and everything. A new logistics truck has been developed and produced in quantity. We needed something to haul more and also tow the 175mm giants around. That APC is coming along, I'll have pics posted today or tomorrow of one, the other, or both.
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| June 20, 2011, 8:32 pm
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Today, in the USNA…

With the addition of the 6 new former US states, another 43, 300 men, 60 F-29s, and 35 F-89s have been incorporated into New England squadrons. The guard units also had a good amount of hardware we’ll be using. High-powered radars are being redeployed from NORAD to keep watch for the usual threats. Surveillance continues on pretty much everyone. New “Hard-head” munitions are making up about 15% of the production these days, tank battles in the past have taught the USNA quite a bit. Production of the F-29 has all but ceased in favor of the F-40. F-89 production has also been switched mostly to the A/B-3. AH-12 production ceased 7 weeks ago and hasn’t been resumed for the continental army, though the RCA has continued with the program. AH-10 production continues as the army co-operation main type for the USNA.

In navy news today, Torpedo Squadron One, AKA “The Blue Barracudas” was established in Texas, making an emphasis on old-style ASW. The squadron is made up mostly of OV-11s that mount the most modern US aerial torpedoes. It was the first of 6 such squadrons that will be established. These are mostly coastal patrols, and dedicated to protecting coasts from marauding submarines launching cruise missiles. Faster and longer range than helicopters, reaction times will be cut in half, and free up the subs to go and hunt the enemy instead of waiting for them, chained to the coastline.

Shenanigans in the mountains of Colorado and Canada, no news yet on what is really going on there. Strange things have been reported there, but they’ve been kept out of public sight. 10 citizens have been detained and debriefed, with civil patrol keeping an eye on them for safety.

The first F-40 squadron completed the trials on their now bomb-free aircraft. The insidious nature of their intended fate at the hands of traitors will not be easily forgotten by these pilots. They believe their aircraft to be a joy to handle and fly, describing her characteristics as steady and reliable, though she has some pure-bred uneasiness at high-speeds that makes her a challenge. The 20 aircraft will now conduct carrier trials to complete their training.

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| June 21, 2011, 11:45 am
Today in the Union...

Increased Fleet Activity, especially our Atlantic Fleet. They are sailing to Spain, where they will meet with the Spanish Armada, and say ohai to some factories producing tanks for the Spanish Army.

The Pacific Fleet is doing the same, except they are having to skirt all those Caupo-forsaken islands.



Today in Sudan...

A large counter-attack thrown by the Sudanese Army upon the Senegalese Task Force. The Sudanese inflicted medium casualties, and whatever they could pull out was ran out of there in trucks and helicopters. A flight of MAF-2s were in the area, but they were engaging MiG-29s threatening supply lines to a major outpost, and could not provide support, and as such a large portion of the escaping Sudanese soldiers escaped.

However, there is *some* good news. While the Sudanese Army was doing this operation, Senegalese Marines managed to overrun a large portion of the smaller outposts spread throughout the desert with precise (oxymoron?) airdrops close to those areas. With this, nearly 47% of the Southern regions of Sudan are under Senegalese control. In these areas under control, insurgency has largely been quelled with the sight of tanks rolling into villages, and Senegalese Army making sure everyone knows that any funny business won't be tolerated.

The bulk of the Task Force is now preparing to overtake the remaining 53% of Souterh Sudan, and then we will wait for the IDU to start their liberation of Northern Sudan.
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| June 21, 2011, 11:29 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Today in the Union...

Increased Fleet Activity, especially our Atlantic Fleet. They are sailing to Spain, where they will meet with the Spanish Armada, and say ohai to some factories producing tanks for the Spanish Army.

Um, according to Evan, fleet activity violates war exhaustion. Your ships must be safe at home in their berths.

And isn't having satellite armies fight for you the same as fighting yourself?
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| June 21, 2011, 11:35 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Quoting Nick Shelton
Today in the Union...

Increased Fleet Activity, especially our Atlantic Fleet. They are sailing to Spain, where they will meet with the Spanish Armada, and say ohai to some factories producing tanks for the Spanish Army.

Um, according to Evan, fleet activity violates war exhaustion. Your ships must be safe at home in their berths.

Are they really hurting anyone sailing a little ways across the lake to visit a neutral country? I'm only sending a few Burke-destroyers, the rest of the Fleet there in Virginia is basically gone. It's not a problem, and I'm pretty sure fleet activity wasn't a problem until just now. I've been moving them around since May 3rd. If you think I'm going to leave them in my berths so you can lob artillery at them from your border, you must underestimate my intelligence.

I'm not having them fight for me. I have no business in African relations past my involvement in Senegalese Government. The actions in the Sudanese report were sparked purely by IDU invitation to the Senegalese Armed Forces to help liberate civilians caught in the cross-fire, but they believe it's better to target those who are shooting than protecting the people getting shot. Best Defense is a Good Offense, as you'd say.
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| June 21, 2011, 11:38 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
As agreed upon during the treaty process, due to monetary costs of deploying ships, even in peacetime, military naval assets must remain in dock. I think we've been over this. I enforced it against Ultra IIRC.

Oh that's nice. Nobody enforced it when he was over there protecting my ships during the scuttle thing, and nobody stopped me earlier. I guess it IS true that whenever Ultra complains he gets what he wants (the following joke was in no way meant to associate bias towards Ultra from Evan). My Men will simply fly.
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| June 21, 2011, 11:48 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
Also, forgot this.

COMBAT REPORT FOR JUNE 21st, 2037:

- A whole whopping NOTHING happened.
- All the usual fortification and skimming each other's airspaces.


Unless y'all plan on attacking each other, I'm gonna stop doing CR's, and just go with the premise that you'll continue to eye each other cautiously. I still have everyone's plans, so if anything happens, yano, we're good.

I really can't do anything though. >.>

And on your previous thing about loopholes, the Axis Thinktank is pretty good at finding them.
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| June 21, 2011, 11:49 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
If I remember correctly, we told all military vessels to go home and to have it done by civilians. If that didn't happen, then someone violated the exhaustion clause, and if I didn't catch that, I apologize.

Yea, Ultra was using a whole lot of military wrecking teams on military boats. To make me look better, I strictly used civvies.
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| June 21, 2011, 11:55 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Oh that's nice. Nobody enforced it when he was over there protecting my ships during the scuttle thing, and nobody stopped me earlier. I guess it IS true that whenever Ultra complains he gets what he wants (the following joke was in no way meant to associate bias towards Ultra from Evan). My Men will simply fly.

Fleet wreckers were indeed present (you know, utility ships, as in no guns), though manned by SeaKing personnel. Fleet ships were markedly absent, as instructed. I don't know what you're talking about, except the usual blather.

As for 'bias,' you're betraying your ignorance in the characteristically humorous way. It was when Brikkr, as in the guy that controls Brazil, you know, an ALLY, tried to have a combined fleet drill that Evan told us. So, think next time be for you talk about bias, eh?
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| June 21, 2011, 11:59 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
As for 'bias,' you're betraying your ignorance in the characteristically humorous way. It was when Brikkr, as in the guy that controls Brazil, you know, an ALLY, tried to have a combined fleet drill that Evan told us. So, think next time be for you talk about bias, eh?
Yea, yea, yea. Allies are exempt from bias, both giving and receiving (even though when Jack was trying to be CM they were cheering because they'd get a few CRs thrown their way AS WELL as wanting no Axis CMs in the dual-CM business, because we'd "had our way" too long and you wanted a turn to get what you think you deserved. What was that, a quick victory? Yea, like that's going to happen.). I forgot. My bad.

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| June 22, 2011, 12:03 am
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Yea, yea, yea. Allies are exempt from bias, both giving and receiving. I forgot. My bad.

Yes, we all know that Ham was the picture of objectivity, don't we? He couldn't stop shelling out hints of our orders to you all in front of everyone.

Let's just remember how many times you've heralded and 'cheered' your 'great' victory over my fleet, regardless of how clearly everyone saw the bias there, shall we?
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| June 22, 2011, 12:10 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Yes, we all know that Ham was the picture of objectivity, don't we? He couldn't stop shelling out hints of our orders to you all in front of everyone.

Let's just remember how many times you've heralded and 'cheered' your 'great' victory over my fleet, regardless of how clearly everyone saw the bias there, shall we?

http://s3.amazonaws.com/kym-assets/entries/icons/original/000/005/545/OpoQQ.jpg?1302279173
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| June 22, 2011, 12:12 am
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Ok...Whatever that means.

Quoting Evan Melick
Unless y'all plan on attacking each other, I'm gonna stop doing CR's, and just go with the premise that you'll continue to eye each other cautiously. I still have everyone's plans, so if anything happens, yano, we're good.

Das ist gut.
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| June 22, 2011, 12:15 am
Today in the Eastern Confederation information regarding various allied nations was accidentally leaked. The information reveals that England is non-neutral and is actually a producer of the USNA's Iron-Works submarines and aircraft.
Some leaked information states allied nations (Brazil and the USNA) wished to bomb India, so in the event that anyone were to seize power they would not be too powerful.
Another interesting piece of information was that a "rather prominent admin" as described by the USNA's president, actually gave him the idea to assassinate the leader of Alenia.
The last piece of information is that Ultra wished for Jack Ford to be the CM for the Pacific campaign so it would be biased and he would win.

We are not sure how this leak occurred, but we can assure you that this information is legitimate.

(FM me for proof)
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| June 22, 2011, 12:20 am
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Quoting Will G.

Ah, yes, the famous "Tell All," eh? Haha!

See, Will, the problem is, it's simply your word against ours. Nothing will be accomplished. That is, unless you'd like a certain something 'accidentally' leaked about you...
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| June 22, 2011, 12:34 am
Quoting Will G.
Today in the Eastern Confederation information regarding various allied nations was accidentally leaked. The information reveals that England is non-neutral and is actually a producer of the USNA's Iron-Works submarines and aircraft.
Some leaked information states allied nations (Brazil and the USNA) wished to bomb India, so in the event that anyone were to seize power they would not be too powerful.
Another interesting piece of information was that a "rather prominent admin" as described by the USNA's president, actually gave him the idea to assassinate the leader of Alenia.
The last piece of information is that Ultra wished for Jack Ford to be the CM for the Pacific campaign so it would be biased and he would win.

We are not sure how this leak occurred, but we can assure you that this information is legitimate.

(FM me for proof)

/like
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| June 22, 2011, 12:36 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Quoting Will G.

Ah, yes, the famous "Tell All," eh? Haha!

See, Will, the problem is, it's simply your word against ours. Nothing will be accomplished. That is, unless you'd like a certain something 'accidentally' leaked about you...

Leak away, it is "your word against ours"... Be sure to include proof.

We can also assure the International community that if we find any more information has been leaked we will report it to you.
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| June 22, 2011, 12:41 am
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Quoting Will G.
Leak away, it is "your word against ours"... Be sure to include proof.

How ironic, considering you have none yourself, eh?

More than half of what you said is old news, and comparable nicely to shenanigans on the other side, am I not correct? In fact, a certain 'neutral' party attempted to deliver a number of vehicles to a warring party while holding the position of CM. Do you forget that so easily?
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| June 22, 2011, 12:48 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
How ironic, considering you have none yourself, eh?

It's too bad I screen-capped all of our conversations... If that's not proof then enlighten me on what you consider legitimate proof?


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| June 22, 2011, 12:51 am
OH MAN THAT IS RICHER THAN MY GRANDMOTHER'S CHOCOLATE CAKE.

Ultra, unlike you, no one asked me to CM. I tried to be fair, but oh no, one CR went haywire and you blame me forever. That's sad that you wanted a biased mod so you could win. Thought you were the greatest commander that ever graced this site.
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| June 22, 2011, 12:52 am
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Quoting Will G.
It's too bad I screen-capped all of our conversations... If that's not proof then enlighten me on what you consider legitimate proof?

Read above, why don't you?

Quoting Ham N' Biscuits
Ultra, unlike you, no one asked me to CM. I tried to be fair, but oh no, one CR went haywire and you blame me forever. That's sad that you wanted a biased mod so you could win. Thought you were the greatest commander that ever graced this site.

Ok, whatever. This is a copy/paste quote of what I said in response to Jack's offer to be CM in the Pacific:
Jack: "I'm considering trying my hand at CMing the Pacific theater if Nick allows. What do you guys think? I would definitely not be biased in the CRs, but I don't know if Nick would allow it or not." (Sorry Jack, but you're involved like it or not)
Me: "Oh, this could get delicious!"
Yup, that's exactly what I said. Not exactly sure what I meant looking back, but that was over, what, 3 months ago?

So, we've established...
1) Jack came forward on his own.
2) My response was, "Oh, cool."
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| June 22, 2011, 12:53 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Read above, why don't you?

Old news? When was England exposed as an Ally that produces your submarines? When did everyone know an admin gave you the idea to kill a world leader? (Not that he didn't deserve it) What about you actually trying to place a biased mod in power or that you wanted to destroy India's military and infrastructure?

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| June 22, 2011, 1:03 am
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Quoting Will G.
Old news? When was England exposed as an Ally that produces your submarines? When did everyone know an admin gave you the idea to kill a world leader? (Not that he didn't deserve it) What about you actually trying to place a biased mod in power or that you wanted to destroy India's military and infrastructure?

Destroying the military & infrastructure of a non-player controlled nation (at the time)? Who cares?

Let's just say it's nothing that Spain and Egypt haven't done for the PCU, as I've established.

The 'admin' actually intervened on Arty's behalf in reaction to my announcement in other forums that Alenia was going to be nothing but a fireball; that as a member of that forum and not in the official capacity as an admin. He suggested alternatives, many of them, I actually upped the ante on one of those suggestions.

I already posted a rebuttal for me supposedly trying to put in place a 'biased' mod so I could win, you've got nothing left.

But I have them too, you see. Something about wondering where I got suspicious that you were a mole? Ah yes, now I recall it.

Will: "It's a shame it wasn't Ham or Cliffe that ratted me out, I wanted to fire some missiles at them on the way out of Israel..."

Told you I had 'em. Want more?

/FM for proof
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| June 22, 2011, 1:07 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Destroying the military & infrastructure of a non-player controlled nation (at the time)? Who cares?

Let's just say it's nothing that Spain and Egypt haven't done for the PCU, as I've established.

The 'admin' actually intervened on Arty's behalf in reaction to my announcement in other forums that Alenia was going to be nothing but a fireball; that as a member of that forum and not in the official capacity as an admin. He suggested alternatives, many of them, I actually upped the ante on one of those suggestions.

I already posted a rebuttal for me supposedly trying to put in place a 'biased' mod so I could win, you've got nothing left.

But I have, you see. Something about wondering where I got suspicious that you were a mole?

Will: "It's a shame it wasn't Ham or Cliffe that ratted me out, I wanted to fire some missiles at them on the way out of Israel..." Told you I had 'em. Want more?

I wished to exact revenge on one nation for this, however I could not, therefore "it was a shame."
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| June 22, 2011, 1:25 am
Setting up a puppet government in Uzbekistan goes as well as can be expected. Purging the last members of the old regime is proving slightly difficult, but it's nothing a little collateral damage can't fix.

As for equipment, we've been experimenting with bolting two or three BM21 launch racks together and sticking them on the hull of a captured T55. Not very accurate, but in their intended role as defensive artillery they won't need it. Not very lethal either, but a couple of those going off near your tank will strip it of any external fittings rather quickly.

We've also obtained quite a lot of D-30 artillery, which we plan to site around certain cities in fortified emplacements. When I say "quite a lot" I mean heaps of it. The accuracy of a barrage goes up proportionally to the amount of cannons involved, and these new batteries will be able to fire very accurate barrages indeed.


More to the point: all of a sudden the Uzbek currency has devalued somehow. I have no idea why. Something to do with now being backed by microscopic amounts of gold, but I wasn't paying attention at the time.
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| June 22, 2011, 2:03 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Will: "It's a shame it wasn't Ham or Cliffe that ratted me out, I wanted to fire some missiles at them on the way out of Israel..."
haha, even though I've been aligned with them, I've wanted to do the same a couple times.

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| June 22, 2011, 7:18 am
The India Business went like this:

Ultra: I think Nick is going to go to India after I beat him in this war.
Brikkr and Ultra: Let's go destroy India's military and infrastructure so that when he restarts, he's still not strong.

/you serious face.
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| June 22, 2011, 8:08 am
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Quoting John Dawn
haha, even though I've been aligned with them, I've wanted to do the same a couple times.

It's not hard, they make it so easy.

Quoting Nick Shelton
The India Business went like this:

Yeah? It's actually a good plan if you think about it logically. Considering I thought you'd just pop up over there and come right back over while I was still trying to recover. I never tried to deny it, did I? Except, like I said, there wasn't anyone there at the time.

Quoting Will G.
I wished to exact revenge on one nation for this, however I could not, therefore "it was a shame."

But wait! There’s more! “Nick and I still have a shady relationship here.” Oh? Hmm. Try to work it out, alright guys? We don't want any infighting, do we?

And also: “I hate Cliffe and every one of his st___d personalities.”
Ouch. Cliffe, man, you’d better watch your back before you find a Bowe knife in it!

Looks like you're an all-around good ally no matter what side you pick, eh?
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| June 22, 2011, 9:09 am
 Group admin 
I wont bother you with the usual remarks so here is what is going on in Northern Europe.

-Terrorist strikes which included military grade weaponry (albeit old) struck Stockholm, Oslo, and Helsinki simultaneously today. It was mostly powerful bombs planted in well traveled areas, so the death toll is reaching up to 200, along with a 3 man team that struck Stockholm as well.
-These strikes have struck horror to the people of our nation, and the government promised action- what kind of action they would not say against whom initially.
-By the end of the day the culprits were determined to be special agents of the military government. They made a statement that the strike was revenge for our recent investment of significant capital in ACTUAL governmental reformers there in favor of spreading liberal democracy. The military government of Burma/Myanmar has officially declared war on the UNC.

We promise we will strike swiftly to defeat this new threat and bring stability to this civil war- ravaged country.

Due to our lack of expeditionary capability, we are requesting the leasing of two Acheron class Amphibious assault ships from Evan.
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| June 22, 2011, 1:23 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
Good plan for India. Totally j-ish, but whatever. >.>

The group was a think-tank. We threw lots of ideas around that never were a truly serious consideration or actually came to pass. We had a lot of thoughts and we voiced them.
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| June 22, 2011, 1:24 pm
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The Union State is in full support of our Nordic neighbors in regards to the recent declaration of war by the Burmese. The Mistral-class vessel presently stationed to protect St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad will be on stand-by for use by the UNC with a full compliment of marines and the accompanying air wing. Although, it must be said that the Union State is rather curious as to why such an immature state like Myanmar would declare war on a power on the opposite side of the globe. Regardless, we're quite devoted to serving the cause of eliminating any and all warmongering terrorists regardless of developmental stage.
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| June 22, 2011, 4:51 pm
Quoting Evan Melick totally jerkish

That about sums up most all of Ultra's plans.

Quoting Ultramarine .

Most of your so called "leaks" are common information. Will and Cliffe are always shaky, and even though Ham and Will were once allied in past groups, they found their ways to different alliances this time around. We all know that sparks fly between multi-alliance cooperative events, so it was not a surprise. Good try, though.
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| June 22, 2011, 6:48 pm
Quoting Matt Hacker
I wont bother you with the usual remarks so here is what is going on in Northern Europe.

-Terrorist strikes which included military grade weaponry (albeit old) struck Stockholm, Oslo, and Helsinki simultaneously today. It was mostly powerful bombs planted in well traveled areas, so the death toll is reaching up to 200, along with a 3 man team that struck Stockholm as well.
-These strikes have struck horror to the people of our nation, and the government promised action- what kind of action they would not say against whom initially.
-By the end of the day the culprits were determined to be special agents of the military government. They made a statement that the strike was revenge for our recent investment of significant capital in ACTUAL governmental reformers there in favor of spreading liberal democracy. The military government of Burma/Myanmar has officially declared war on the UNC.

We promise we will strike swiftly to defeat this new threat and bring stability to this civil war- ravaged country.

Due to our lack of expeditionary capability, we are requesting the leasing of two Acheron class Amphibious assault ships from Evan.

The Eastern Confederation doesn't mind the fact that two separate nations are being invaded, with completely valid reasons, by two completely separate states on two completely different continents, but we have noticed that these two nations are both rich in oil and natural resources and will probably be exploited for these resources by the invading forces. The Eastern Confederation approves of these acts, and would do something quite similar had we not lifted the ban on all the off-shore drilling areas.

Speaking of which, we have recently allowed for drilling to begin off-shore in our newly acquired states.

Stuff goes on...
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| June 22, 2011, 7:45 pm
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Quoting Will G. but we have noticed that these two nations are both rich in oil and natural resources and will probably be exploited for these resources by the invading forces.


I actually chose Burma for its location and infamous military regime rather than resources but thank you for reminding me of the resources that I won't use.
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| June 22, 2011, 8:20 pm
Quoting Matt Hacker

I actually chose Burma for its location and infamous military regime rather than resources but thank you for reminding me of the resources that I won't use.

Uh-huh...
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| June 22, 2011, 9:46 pm
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Quoting Will G.
Uh-huh...


I won't argue with you over how my nation is transitioning to entirely domestic energy sources (which started two weeks ago) and green energy (an initiative started at the group's beginning).
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| June 22, 2011, 9:48 pm
I apologize for my previous statement. I can hardly keep track of half the things going on in my continent, let alone the whole group.
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| June 22, 2011, 11:13 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
The two "Acheron" class ships will have their MEB's removed today and will meet your fleet at the Canary islands asap. Although I trust you to take care of them, I'll be sending a "Thessaloniki" class frigate and a "Hydra" class destroyer along too, for escort purposes.


Permission granted, by the way. Feel free to drop in and have a drink or too.
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| June 22, 2011, 11:30 pm
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Today, in the USNA...

All foreign nations with surveillance satellites that stray between lat 70 and 25 degrees, long 135 and 45 degrees will be requested to alter their orbits for the time being, deactivate them, or loose them (this window covers all of N. America). We don't particularly care which, but we'd rather not cost your nations millions of taxpayer dollars. Unless it's old and you want it dealt with for you, in which case we'll charge your account $1 million for disposal fees. We say foreign, because there isn't another country on our continent that has surveillance satellites with the notable exception of yours truly.

Production goes on with everything. A second lieutenant could see the storm brewing on the horizon, and to that effect, Congress has authorized the activation of all reserve personnel.

Things are still ongoing in the Rockies, shhh, don't tell a soul.

Quoting Nick Shelton
Most of your so called "leaks" are common information.

Yep, as big a fail as Will's 'Wikileaks' style tell-all, I agree. Never seen a bigger fizzle in this group's history.

What was interesting though, is that he's still completely willing to attack those that he has allied himself with. Seems he's a pariah to both sides. Shouldn't be too long before he decides someone else offers a better bargain. You guys are welcome to him.

Still, Cliffe and Ham, I'd watch your step, he's still got subs out there someplace...
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| June 23, 2011, 12:00 am
Quoting Matt Hacker

I actually chose Burma for its location and infamous military regime rather than resources but thank you for reminding me of the resources that I won't use.


Hey are you gonna invade Myanmar? If you need any help, ive got my forces running all over southern and parts of central Thailand. Oh yeah...there are thousands of Thai refugees fleeing the conflict and heading into Myanmar and I was going to invade the southern tip next week :P

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In other news:
- Production of the new F-36 JSFs have been going smoothly as the first batch of warplanes were pressed into service today.
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| June 23, 2011, 1:05 am
Egypt/IDU news-

Tonight, the invasion of Sudan has begun. Three Talon of Horus class frigates are sailing down the Nile into the country with a contigent of Marines. They will capture Wadi Halfa, then keep going. Then the 512th Mechanized Brigade will head southwest, capture Al-Atrun then head into Darfur. At the same time, the First Army's 2nd Corps will take the road to the southeast and capture Abu Hamad.

Five squadrons of Hyperfalcons have been tasked with clearing the sky. Companies of MI-24 Hinds and three squadrons of Hyperfalcons are providing CAS for the troops.
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| June 23, 2011, 1:41 am
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Quoting |Brîan| C
Quick question: Are we allowed to use fusion nuclear particles?

Are you thinking fission? We're allowed to build nuclear reactors, yes. Fusion, however, is very costly and would require decades more research. We've accomplished fusion with the hydrogen bomb, but we can't control it.

On a side note, I love hydrogen bombs. Negligible fallout puts a happy-face on nukes!
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| June 23, 2011, 12:04 pm
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No, we can't assume that any scientific or military advancements have been made in the mean time, unfortunately. Who knows, by 2037, China could have conquered the world, aliens could have invaded, the US could have nuked everyone else, or any number of things could have gone wrong. Just to illustrate a few more ludicrous alternates...
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| June 23, 2011, 12:32 pm
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Quoting TheSpectre 117

Hey are you gonna invade Myanmar? If you need any help, ive got my forces running all over southern and parts of central Thailand. Oh yeah...there are thousands of Thai refugees fleeing the conflict and heading into Myanmar and I was going to invade the southern tip next week :P


I'd prefer to do this alone, but I am very grateful for your support. Perhaps we could become good allies?
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| June 23, 2011, 2:25 pm
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Today, in the USNA...

The Boston Dynamics "Big Dogs" that were in the Canadian arsenal have received specialization for a number of them. 150 have been converted into ambulances for loads of up to 210 lbs. 50 have been made into engineering vehicles for mine detection and clearance. The rest serve as load-bearing machines for ammunition and food. Also, they can be used as couriers, though their delivery speed leaves much to be desired, so commanders will likely not use them for this purpose very often.

The M90s are being distributed their new units. The men are undergoing gunnery practice and advanced combat training. M89s are their main sparring partners, and progress is coming along well. Three munitions and two vehicle factories opened up and began construction on M6s and M90s as well as the M80/90 weapons system chassis.


A fleet exercise in the Gulf of Mexico also went well, showing that the lack of a war hasn't made the Canadians very rusty.

Forestry initiatives continue everywhere and everything else goes well.

Just so everyone stops hating on it and me, I'm changing the flag design. It was late last night, and I also miscounted the states, provinces & territories that I had.
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| June 23, 2011, 5:11 pm
Breaking news in the Eastern Confederation:
(I may need admin permission for this)
One more unimportant leak has occurred, this time, the leak is actually less important than the last few.
The complete plans to the USNA F-40 fighter aircraft have been leaked. This means who know's how many foreign nations have access to the USNA's VTOL technology.
After hearing this, we know Alaska may be worried about their F-1 Blackfish plans, however they can rest assured that the F-1 plans have been re-encrypted and are now protected by even more computer security counter-measures.
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| June 23, 2011, 8:09 pm
Production of the Sabre IFV and light tank variants has started. Testing of the prototypes of the vehicles proved to be successful and passed all of the tests with flying colors. These two vehicles will be destined to replace the aging scimitar and warrior armored vehicles currently in use by the Royal Army. (Pictures of the vehicles will be posted either today or tomorrow at the latest)
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| June 23, 2011, 8:19 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Will G.
Breaking news in the Eastern Confederation:
(I may need admin permission for this)
One more unimportant leak has occurred, this time, the leak is actually less important than the last few.
The complete plans to the USNA F-40 fighter aircraft have been leaked. This means who know's how many foreign nations have access to the USNA's VTOL technology.
After hearing this, we know Alaska may be worried about their F-1 Blackfish plans, however they can rest assured that the F-1 plans have been re-encrypted and are now protected by even more computer security counter-measures.


Cool story bro.
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| June 23, 2011, 8:42 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Sattelite stuff


You deorbit your eyes in the sky over my latitudes and longitudes, and I'll deorbit mine over yours. Otherwise we do not have a deal, and forced removal of Kaoxiang property will be considered hostile action.
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| June 23, 2011, 8:57 pm
Sorry fo' the inactivity, I've been organizing a different group that I'm admin of. And, a heads up to the admins, I will be gone at camp for two weeks starting Sunday.

It seems as if everyone is colonizing everywhere. So, we are planning an invasion of East Africa, probably around the Kenya/Tanzania area.
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| June 23, 2011, 9:04 pm
Wow, still fighting over America?
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| June 23, 2011, 11:01 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Will G.
Breaking news in the Eastern Confederation:
(I may need admin permission for this)
One more unimportant leak has occurred, this time, the leak is actually less important than the last few.
The complete plans to the USNA F-40 fighter aircraft have been leaked. This means who know's how many foreign nations have access to the USNA's VTOL technology.

As Matt said, cool story bro. However, you're poor unfortunate buyers will undoubtedly find most essential flight systems missing. There were others that I did that with, and you're no exception to that rule. The engine components perhaps, and folks are welcome to them, but how they work is something that I control and would not let anyone have access to them. Just ask another person whom I had build things for me, they will validate that.

However, the F-40 is on the market, ALL of it. So, instead of wondering what goes on and all, wasting time and money and all that, you could buy either it or a full production license from us.

While we're at it, you'll find the same with the A/B-3, only much more missing components. However, those plans are also on the market, and we have a lot of buyers already. One could say, satisfied customers? Why not buy from the source and get it all in working order?
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| June 23, 2011, 11:37 pm
Quoting Matt Hacker
I'd prefer to do this alone, but I am very grateful for your support. Perhaps we could become good allies?


Sure thing:D But first, can I have the Malaysian peninsular part of Myanmar? (I only want that part to expand my defence and bunker systems :P)

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In other news:
- The RSAF has intercepted and destroyed what seems to be a retaliatory force sent to push back S'porean advances in the Nakhon Pathom Province of Thailand. The spearhead of the SAF is expected to make its final push into the capital, Bangkok by tomorrow.

- A new aerial weapons system was unveiled today. The SAD-25 is a tactical bomber and reconnaissance drone with full stealth capibilities.
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| June 24, 2011, 12:09 am
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Quoting TheSpectre 117

Sure thing:D But first, can I have the Malaysian peninsular part of Myanmar? (I only want that part to expand my defense and bunker systems :P)


I really do not care since my mission is a simple in-and-out affair. Take down military government, establish (true) democracy, and leave before it becomes like Iraq.
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| June 24, 2011, 12:12 am
Quoting Matt Hacker

I really do not care since my mission is a simple in-and-out affair. Take down military government, establish (true) democracy, and leave before it becomes like Iraq.


Oh goodie:D That means more fun for me...overthrowing a goverment, getting a new chunk of land and with all the hardware as the cherry on top:D
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| June 24, 2011, 12:50 am
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
You deorbit your eyes in the sky over my latitudes and longitudes, and I'll deorbit mine over yours. Otherwise we do not have a deal, and forced removal of Kaoxiang property will be considered hostile action.

Very well, we have a deal.

Should we say 24 hours, is that agreeable? After all, surveillance of your territories is interesting, though unnecessary since there are treaties in place, are there not?

If agreed upon, our Saviors will not fire upon them until outside of that window. If ours are found in your window outside that time frame, have fun with them anyway you see fit. Otherwise, they will be removed as they are in violation.

Do we have an accord?
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| June 24, 2011, 12:52 am
It is with great pleasure that the Pharaoh's administration announces the completion of two new projects- The Hyperfalcon II(might change that name) and a new class of destroyer that has yet to be named. Photos of these new machines of war are to be released on the morrow.
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| June 24, 2011, 1:46 am
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Quoting TheSpectre 117

Oh goodie:D That means more fun for me...overthrowing a goverment, getting a new chunk of land and with all the hardware as the cherry on top:D


I hope that you do not "overthrow the government" as that would make my operation completely pointless. Also, the hardware that could be gained from Myanmar is negligible, especially after our little conflict with them.
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| June 24, 2011, 10:51 am
Im baaaaack. All is well in the neutral nation of the Caucasus Republic. We are planning an eventual invasion of though. Plans are still being made, and the invasion will be later this year.
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| June 24, 2011, 1:07 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
...and just replace 1-1 with stuff you have, or whatever.

Point of confusion/clarification here, does that mean I would need to replace all of the RCAF F-18s with my F-29s, and do the same for all the navy hardware I inherited? That would be cool, I'd love 30 Steel-class subs, I just didn't think it was a have-to.

Quoting Connor Nandell (Arcancilia at War)

Do you have a Flickr account? That's also a highly suggested, if not vital, thing for you to set up.
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| June 24, 2011, 2:48 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Very well, we have a deal.

Should we say 24 hours, is that agreeable? After all, surveillance of your territories is interesting, though unnecessary since there are treaties in place, are there not?

If agreed upon, our Saviors will not fire upon them until outside of that window. If ours are found in your window outside that time frame, have fun with them anyway you see fit. Otherwise, they will be removed as they are in violation.

Do we have an accord?


We have an accord, our satellites are moving into new orbits or going away. We've got new ones coming up soon anyway.

@Mynamar business: You know that as soon as you put a democracy in, it's going to collapse... Not at all due to my anti-democracy agenda.
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| June 24, 2011, 3:23 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The
@Mynamar business: You know that as soon as you put a democracy in, it's going to collapse... Not at all due to my anti-democracy agenda.


I have plans to prevent that. Devious plans.
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| June 24, 2011, 3:47 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Matt Hacker

I have plans to prevent that. Devious plans.


Challenge accepted.
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| June 24, 2011, 4:30 pm
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Quoting Tom Neumo
You only do 1-1 replacement with equipment you START with, for your clarification.

Ohhhh, gotcha.

Quoting Connor Nandell (Arcancilia at War)
No I don't, do I need to have one?

Yes, it's a good idea. My flickr is linked on my homepage, just follow that to set it up. If your email is Yahoo, you're 75% of the way there and you'll use the same login info.

Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
We have an accord, our satellites are moving into new orbits or going away. We've got new ones coming up soon anyway.

Done and done. Remember, if they stray back, we're not responsible for what happens, just as you won't be for ours that stray your way.
/Situationaverted

Or, since you've got new ones coming, for the mere price of $2 million we could dispose of the old ones for you? =P
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| June 24, 2011, 5:03 pm
This just in:

Algerian students fed up with decades under an oppressive dictatorship have taken to the streets to demand that the government step down. Anti-riot squads have already deployed and seem well capable of holding back the students at this time. However, the masses grow by the hundreds perhaps even thousands by the hour. The protests have been mostly peaceful, with little rock throwing yet. More coverage later this evening.
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| June 24, 2011, 6:08 pm
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Today, in the USNA...

Well, not too much to report, stuff goes on. We have a new flag.

Oh, I finally have pictures of the Savior I BMD system:
http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=275406&id=/user_images/14536/1308972221m

As you can see, two more are being built and should be launched by the end of July. Even though all of the powers that be on the continent wish our demise, we're still out to protect them from nasty foreigners with ballistic missiles. You can thank us later. Or, you can donate to the rather costly project, we take cash, credit, and paypal...

Oh, Matt? We'll probably be needing our ace pilots back soon, if you're done using them?
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| June 24, 2011, 11:30 pm
The IDU is very, very interested in the events going down in Algeria. So much so that we cannot help but support the proponents of freedom.

Channels are to be opened up with the protestors, offering our help.

While we realize the Spanish may feel it is their affair, due to the matters of Islam and the Arab, Berber and Bedouin peoples, it is more the IDU's affair.

Tunisia is fortifying its border, but allowing any refugees through. A vote is being held between the IDU councils of Tunisia and Libya to decide on possible courses of action towards assisting the protestors/rebels. Egypt is not to be involved unless absolutely necessary, and to instead focus on Sudan.

Speaking of which- Sudan report!

Wadi Hafa has been secured with minor resistance. Enemy milita appears to have fled on sight of the frigates bearing down the river. A part of the force of marines and equipment have disembarked and are establishing a first base of operations. The rest of them are continuing. Many of those left behind will be called upon later.

The 512th Mechanized Brigade sighted a medium-sized force of enemy technicals and tanks. They appeared to be escaping to the southeast, but not for long. We didn't want to let them get away towards better defenses. MI-24s ran down the enemy armor, eliminating all of the tanks and a few of the technicals, most of whom had abandoned the slower tanks and made tracks.

The Brigade is now continuing on its way to El-Atrun.

The First Army's 2nd Corps bearing at Abu Hamad encountered very minor resistance, and are just entering the town. More word later.

The fighters in the sky have eliminated one squadron of enemy fighters with no losses. The patrolling and sweeping will continue, to look for signs of straggling or fleeing enemy aircraft. It would appear as if the enemy is attempting to hide their aircraft to protect them from harm.
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| June 24, 2011, 11:34 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Today, in the USNA...

Well, not too much to report, stuff goes on. We have a new flag.

Oh, I finally have pictures of the Savior I BMD system:
http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=275406&id=/user_images/14536/1308972221m

As you can see, two more are being built and should be launched by the end of July. Even though all of the powers that be on the continent wish our demise, we're still out to protect them from nasty foreigners with ballistic missiles. You can thank us later. Or, you can donate to the rather costly project, we take cash, credit, and paypal...

Oh, Matt? We'll probably be needing our ace pilots back soon, if you're done using them?

I thought weapons in space were not allowed.
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| June 24, 2011, 11:36 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
I thought weapons in space were not allowed.


Indeed true, however this is an anti-missile satellite, of which are allowed.

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| June 24, 2011, 11:39 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
I thought weapons in space were not allowed.

Neither is double-posting, come to think of it.

It's a BMD system, these were launched months ago with admin approval, you must have missed that.
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| June 24, 2011, 11:40 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Neither is double-posting, come to think of it.

It's a BMD system, these were launched months ago with admin approval, you must have missed that.

Oh right, I remember that now. :P Silly me. Thanks. Good to know!
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| June 24, 2011, 11:43 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Bla bla I'm the 1337 religious organization


Just because you're the Islamic union doesn't give you claim to meddle in affairs of Muslim countries. Also, it's not just Spain. It's the Ibero-African Union
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| June 24, 2011, 11:47 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Every other nation on the continent wishes our demise.

I literally have no problems with you besides our little land dispute. What with all that Canada you have now, you could let me have my land back with no effects! >.>
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| June 24, 2011, 11:52 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
I literally have no problems with you besides our little land dispute. What with all that Canada you have now, you could let me have my land back with no effects! >.>

Lulz, silly Nick!

5-6 months of good behavior, and we'll see about it.
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| June 24, 2011, 11:59 pm
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The incoming Altays bought from the Byzantines will be shipped to Ukraine to be upgraded upon their reception. Ukrainian upgrades on older tanks have been regarded as some of the finest in Eastern Europe and we look forward to the results; rather, the JDIC looks forward to said results seeing as though this is where they're going. Anyhow, the Union State is looking to employ workers whose property was damaged in the civil disruption in Ukraine and offer at least some sort of welding or dismantling skill. This should build the trust and confidence amongst the citizens in regards to the Union State government. These jobs are also offered to the members of "independent" Ukraine so the same feelings can be felt.

The Federal Assembly's fiasco involving funding and the like is still not over, leaving many military programs lacking in results. However, once all the fiddling and filibustering is over in the legislature, the now well-rested research teams should be churning out new products before schedule has them due.

Finally, the mix-gendered combat divisions are being greatly commended by the Top Brass after recent exercises were held around the Capital District. In no way has the professional behavior of the military been compromised, something we had previously feared. The number of female officers is presently on the rise as their abilities in the field have shown that they can dictate commands and situational awareness just as easy as men. Of course this may lead to off-duty suspicion and jealousy amongst the males feeling imposed upon, but these feelings shan't be known once they get back in the filth; otherwise, severe consequences have been organized.
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| June 25, 2011, 12:04 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Lulz, silly Nick!

5-6 months of good behavior, and we'll see about it.

6 MONTHS. :(
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| June 25, 2011, 12:11 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Lulz, silly Nick!

5-6 months of good behavior, and we'll see about it.

That's WC harsh. Wouldn't expect that kind of behavior from the USNA. >_>
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| June 25, 2011, 1:07 am
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Quoting Tom Neumo
No, the WC wouldn't have given him a chance at all. In fact, if the WC were still around, they'd probably be trying to take more land.

Thank you. That's completely true.

Unless I miss my guess (which is possible) than I am now the world's largest country by size?

Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
That's WC harsh. Wouldn't expect that kind of behavior from the USNA. >_>

The USNA would no more cede two sovereign states (no matter how they were obtained) to a foreign nation than the WC would.

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| June 25, 2011, 8:34 am
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Oh, Matt? We'll probably be needing our ace pilots back soon, if you're done using them?


Indeed, they were most helpful in training my Air Force, and hopefully their lessons will be taught by our instructors as well.
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| June 25, 2011, 9:53 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Thank you. That's completely true.

Unless I miss my guess (which is possible) than I am now the world's largest country by size?


Russia's got you beat.
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| June 25, 2011, 12:58 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Done and done. Remember, if they stray back, we're not responsible for what happens, just as you won't be for ours that stray your way.
/Situationaverted

Or, since you've got new ones coming, for the mere price of $2 million we could dispose of the old ones for you? =P


No thanks, we've got plans. >.>

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| June 25, 2011, 3:36 pm
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Quoting Will G.
Russia's got you beat.

Do they? Canada's the second largest nation by size, and although I don't have B.C., Alberta, and Newfoundland, I do have the first and third largest states in the contiguous US. Not to mention all the other states I've got. Nevada ranks up there pretty large too.
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| June 26, 2011, 2:57 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Do they? Canada's the second largest nation by size, and although I don't have B.C., Alberta, and Newfoundland, I do have the first and third largest states in the contiguous US. Not to mention all the other states I've got. Nevada ranks up there pretty large too.

I took the time to add up the square mileage of your entire union, or at least the best I could with all the odd borders [Washington, Alberta, Oregon, etc.], and it consists of about 4,700,000 square mileage [I got 4,707,459 to be "precise"]. For the Union State, I have roughly 6,672,955 square miles and that doesn't include my bit of Ukraine, S. Ossetia, or Abkhazia. Still, there is of course a margin of error and such, so you can pretty much disregard my silly math. We may very well be matching up quite closely if I added terribly wrong. Dunno.
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| June 26, 2011, 3:25 pm
Woohoo, you guys are the largest nations in the world.
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| June 26, 2011, 4:02 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I took the time to add up the square mileage of your entire union, or at least the best I could with all the odd borders [Washington, Alberta, Oregon, etc.], and it consists of about 4,700,000 square mileage [I got 4,707,459 to be "precise"]. For the Union State, I have roughly 6,672,955 square miles and that doesn't include my bit of Ukraine, S. Ossetia, or Abkhazia. Still, there is of course a margin of error and such, so you can pretty much disregard my silly math. We may very well be matching up quite closely if I added terribly wrong. Dunno.

Wow, that must have taken awhile! Thank you!

You're still larger? >.>

brb, gotta go snatch up some land...someplace for the lulz...

Quoting Nick Shelton
Woohoo, you guys are the largest nations in the world.

Hey, we gotta brag about something. Let us have our moment.
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| June 26, 2011, 4:15 pm
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Today the elements which will make up our invasion of Myanmar were assembled, and have departed our various naval bases, and we are very thankful for Byzantium's lending of 2 Acheron Amphibious assault ships for the operation.

We will be sending 4 divisions total, as we desire this to be a swift and brutally effective campaign against the extremely poorly equipped Burmese.

If the invasion needs to be "total" we will inform the Chinese of our advance towards their border, although our campaign will likely end at Naypyidaw and the installation of the publicly demanded government.
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| June 26, 2011, 4:18 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Quoting Nick Shelton
Woohoo, you guys are the largest nations in the world.

Hey, I gotta brag about everything. Let me have my moment.

Fixed. :P
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| June 26, 2011, 4:51 pm
BREAKING NEWS:

Shots were heard just a few minutes ago in the Algeria capital, Algiers. Reporters are now trying to figure out the source of the shots amidst a now very angry crowd. The government is assumed to be responsible, perhaps beginning a mass crackdown on the protests for democracy.
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| June 26, 2011, 5:27 pm
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Today, in the USNA...

A fifth Steel-class submarine has slipped her berths in Corpus Christi, being christened the USS Anneal. Also, another PTR-class vessel has been completed in the RCA. The conversion of one FTC into an LPD has proven to be a success, carrying twice the material as an Austin-class LPD can.

Production of the M90 has been set to 500 total units, with production resuming as replacements are needed. The M80 has been set to 150 units. M6 Norrises will go to about 120 units. The F-40 to 350 (with 50 going to the marines and 100 to the Air Force). A/B-3 will be set at 100. Ah-10 to 300. F-89 production has been halted as has the F-29.
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| June 26, 2011, 5:34 pm
I vote for )1.
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| June 26, 2011, 9:37 pm
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Either one is good by me.
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| June 26, 2011, 10:03 pm
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Due to a disturbing announcement made by Myanmar pro-government forces, our priorities in the region have shifted from a quick campaign, to a much longer counter-insurgency campaign. The message essentially said that they would resist until their deaths and would continue to resist the new government (the usual). Due to this, additional ground forces are slated to head to the theater roughly on 7/8. Our men know that this means a long and bloody conflict is in store, but simultaneously, our young men are enthusiastic at ending nearly 100 years of tyranny and bloodshed in the region.


Edit: Oh, and after lots of discussion on tank production rates, it has been determined that Ultra's order of tanks is ready and will be shipped ASAP, with a scheduled delivery within a few days.
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| June 26, 2011, 11:10 pm
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Within the next 24 hours, the UNC will finally reveal our long delayed JAS-43 "Sparv" (Sparrow) fighters. With the official full reveal, the Sparv will also have entered full service, convenient timing right before both the war in Myanmar and the still-inevitable AW2.
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| June 27, 2011, 3:28 pm
Ah, where was my lulz. :p
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| June 27, 2011, 4:39 pm
In the SC...

With all of the EC bombs removed, all branches of the SC Armed Forces have been declared free of explosives and fully capable. Also a large order of ships have been completed for the SCN.

Many high ranking officers in the Armed forces have been debriefed on the current situation and have begun putting plans out if needed. The Mexican Line and SOUAD have been given new orders and the Mexican Line has been bolstered with new SAM and AA Systems. Also the whole Confederation has been bolstered with new AD systems.
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| June 27, 2011, 5:16 pm
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Quoting Matt Hacker
ending nearly 100 years of tyranny and bloodshed in the region.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_MgmAVppXU

In China:
-Building stuff, as usual.
-Supporting the forces of autocracy everywhere.
-Indoctrinating the populace against the so-called democracies of the West. >.>
-Rockets are launching out of our bases, I wonder what they're doing.
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| June 27, 2011, 6:00 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great


What, feeling a little threatened, Awe?

This brings me to some other Myanmar campaign-related news. After some negotiations with our good allies Russia and Byzantium, we have managed to assemble a rather sizable fleet to head off there, something along the lines of
3x Amphibious assault ships
2x GMCs
7x GMDs
13x Frigates
2x Attack Subs
This fleet is intended to be able to support and supply the ground forces and project the power of democracy to the region.
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| June 27, 2011, 6:36 pm
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Quoting Matt Hacker
What, feeling a little threatened, Awe?


I consider East Asia my personal playground, excluding friendly nations like Singapore, Indo-Union, and Japan. So it's not "Uh oh, I'm next" it's "What's this guy doing on mah turf?"
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| June 27, 2011, 6:49 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I consider East Asia my personal playground, excluding friendly nations like Singapore, Indo-Union, and Japan. So it's not "Uh oh, I'm next" it's "What's this guy doing on mah turf?"


Up to some shenanigans, to be sure.
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| June 27, 2011, 6:50 pm
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Well, that was...unexpected. A waste of paper too, how many trees did you kill to do that, Will? Gaia isn't happy with you...(your hippies are probably protesting now, you know. They like to do that sort of thing for no reason periodically).

I'm sure we all appreciate the humor in that, however, all good things must come to an end sooner or later, right?

The War Department, with the consent of Congress, has issued a statement to the effect that any further incursions into USNA airspace in any manner will be met with the fullest possible aggression and constitute an act of war against the nation of the USNA. The have also approved the Masterson Defense Plan, giving the War Department almost a blank check.

Basically, Will, next time you come over, your planes better be mounting missiles too, 'cause they'll be needing them badly.
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| June 27, 2011, 6:55 pm
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Quoting Matt Hacker

Up to some shenanigans, to be sure.


Of course, of course. Remember, Team Tyranny is always watching. Actually, it's not so much tyranny as it is people don't get to have a say in the government. >.>
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| June 27, 2011, 7:00 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Of course, of course. Remember, Team Tyranny is always watching. Actually, it's not so much tyranny as it is people don't get to have a say in the government. >.>


You can be assured that we do not threaten you or your allies' way of life.
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| June 27, 2011, 7:05 pm
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Quoting Matt Hacker

You can be assured that we do not threaten you or your allies' way of life.


That's what they all say. We're watching you. /evil eye
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| June 27, 2011, 7:24 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

That's what they all say. We're watching you. /evil eye


Its more like you try to interfere or some other kind of funny business, then we have a problem. In the meantime, have a pleasant day :)
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| June 27, 2011, 7:40 pm
Designing has begun on a guided missile littoral patrol craft. This job will be given the largest priority of all of BAE's design jobs currently. The craft will need to be able to carry at least 4 ASMs and have a 5 in. gun.

Tank designing will be beginning soon, and hopefully the vehicle will be completed within two weeks. For now the Arctic Wolf along with the Challenger 3 will need to be the MBT of our forces.
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| June 27, 2011, 7:56 pm
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Maybe I should have the Arketers drop giant foam trollfaces...
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| June 27, 2011, 10:41 pm
Idea time: Send in the navy to shoot of fireworks that create the symbols of all the world's major religions off the shores of Israel. Take that, "God's Chosen People"!
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| June 27, 2011, 11:38 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
- Across the PCU/USNA border and the IDU/Israeli border, Axis soldiers have been throwing trash into the wind, so it lands over the border.

In the spirit of things, the PCU must have very good arms if they can lob candy wrappers into the wind and have it go a good enough distance east to land on my side of the border. That is, the continental US is in the prevailing easterlies, not the westerlies.

/meteorologisttalk
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| June 27, 2011, 11:40 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
In the spirit of things, the PCU must have very good arms if they can lob candy wrappers into the wind and have it go a good enough distance east to land on my side of the border. That is, the continental US is in the prevailing easterlies, not the westerlies.

/meteorologisttalk

/catapults lining the border, full of pamphlets.
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| June 28, 2011, 12:15 am
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Quoting Nick Shelton
/catapults lining the border, full of pamphlets.

Who are you going to reach with your messages? Apparently, all of your 'loyalist' citizens went with you, remember? So, the only ones left must want to stay, right?
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| June 28, 2011, 12:19 am
Quoting Ultramarine .
Who are you going to reach with your messages? Apparently, all of your 'loyalist' citizens went with you, remember? So, the only ones left must want to stay, right?

For the lulz.
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| June 28, 2011, 12:40 am
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Who are you going to reach with your messages? Apparently, all of your 'loyalist' citizens went with you, remember? So, the only ones left must want to stay, right?


That's like, the Crusaders taking all the loyal Christians with them from Jerusalem when Saladin showed up, and then saying they wouldn't try to convert more people somewhere else (cough Baltic nations cough). Nick is attempting to bring more over to his side, I'd imagine. Or he's trolling.
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| June 28, 2011, 12:54 am
Quoting Matt Hacker
Due to a disturbing announcement made by Myanmar pro-government forces, our priorities in the region have shifted from a quick campaign, to a much longer counter-insurgency campaign. The message essentially said that they would resist until their deaths and would continue to resist the new government (the usual). Due to this, additional ground forces are slated to head to the theater roughly on 7/8. Our men know that this means a long and bloody conflict is in store, but simultaneously, our young men are enthusiastic at ending nearly 100 years of tyranny and bloodshed in the region.


Hey as I have said before, my troops in the area would be on a 24 hour full alert and would be ready to support your forces if needed. The S'porean govt believes in establishing a true democratic goverment in the country as their military-backed government in Myanmar is considered a threat to the country. My forces in the south would be ready to move into Myanmar by tommorow to seize the Tanintharyi Region.

-----In other news:
- After days of fighting, the 2nd Infantry regiment has finally secured the Thai capital, Bangkok as the bulk of the main taskforce, lead by the 9th Armoured brigade, now moves north. Resistance from the Thai military is slacking as most of the high ranking officers were captured or killed in a raid on the main military base last night and we expect to secure all of thailand by next week. (Don't ask me how we're gonna do it. I guess we just have really ambitious generals! )

- Production of the QUAKE missile system has begun, with the first batch ready by friday.

- Since i've just found out that anti-missile satellites are actually allowed here, i will be uploading the picts soon. Meanwhile, i would be needing help launching the thing into space again. Help anyone?
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| June 28, 2011, 10:13 am
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Quoting TheSpectre 117
Quoting Matt Hacker
Due to a disturbing announcement made by Myanmar pro-government forces, our priorities in the region have shifted from a quick campaign, to a much longer counter-insurgency campaign. The message essentially said that they would resist until their deaths and would continue to resist the new government (the usual). Due to this, additional ground forces are slated to head to the theater roughly on 7/8. Our men know that this means a long and bloody conflict is in store, but simultaneously, our young men are enthusiastic at ending nearly 100 years of tyranny and bloodshed in the region.


Hey as I have said before, my troops in the area would be on a 24 hour full alert and would be ready to support your forces if needed. The S'porean govt believes in establishing a true democratic goverment in the country as their military-backed government in Myanmar is considered a threat to the country. My forces in the south would be ready to move into Myanmar by tommorow to seize the Tanintharyi Region.


We could be most effective if we coordinated our timing- my forces will arrive in theater on the 7/2. I am glad that you wish to aid us in this campaign.
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| June 28, 2011, 10:23 am
Quoting Matt Hacker
Quoting TheSpectre 117
Quoting Matt Hacker
Due to a disturbing announcement made by Myanmar pro-government forces, our priorities in the region have shifted from a quick campaign, to a much longer counter-insurgency campaign. The message essentially said that they would resist until their deaths and would continue to resist the new government (the usual). Due to this, additional ground forces are slated to head to the theater roughly on 7/8. Our men know that this means a long and bloody conflict is in store, but simultaneously, our young men are enthusiastic at ending nearly 100 years of tyranny and bloodshed in the region.


Hey as I have said before, my troops in the area would be on a 24 hour full alert and would be ready to support your forces if needed. The S'porean govt believes in establishing a true democratic goverment in the country as their military-backed government in Myanmar is considered a threat to the country. My forces in the south would be ready to move into Myanmar by tommorow to seize the Tanintharyi Region.


We could be most effective if we coordinated our timing- my forces will arrive in theater on the 7/2. I am glad that you wish to aid us in this campaign.


Okay, but I'll be sending SpecOps teams in first to stir up some trouble first :)(round up pro-democracy supporters, equip them, scout/recon, plant stuff....)
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| June 28, 2011, 11:14 am
Hey brikkr, would you like to have another war game? on my turf?
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| June 28, 2011, 12:07 pm
Quoting luke peterson
Hey brikkr, would you like to have another war game? on my turf?

Sure, I don't see any problems with that.
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| June 28, 2011, 12:42 pm
*declassified stuff
*other stuff happens...
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| June 28, 2011, 1:16 pm
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Quoting TheSpectre 117
- Since i've just found out that anti-missile satellites are actually allowed here, i will be uploading the picts soon. Meanwhile, i would be needing help launching the thing into space again. Help anyone?

Russia is willing to put your satellite(s) into space. We're not too picky about the price so long as it covers all the essentials [fuel, crew wages, etc.].

In other news, the Union State has placed Independent Ukraine and Adjara under its protective custody as indefinite protectorates. Independent Ukraine is still licking its wounds and even with Byzantine support [which is now withdrawing slightly], they cannot overcome the loss of their coastline nor southern peoples. We will eventually work out their re-unification process so the Ukrainian people are better served, but the nation will remain divided for the moment. As for Adjara, although its independence from Georgia is a big leap forward for its people, it cannot sustain itself in matters of defense due to their relatively weak budget. We will help the small nation progress along and eventually build its trade sector so it may begin to exponentially increase the amount of hardware in its arsenal.
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| June 28, 2011, 1:23 pm
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Today, the Sparv has officially been accepted as the standard Air Superiority of the UNC Air Force.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/46019508@N07/5881573536/

http://mocpages.com/moc.php/277568

Since production has been going on for nearly 2 months, deliveries for the Commonwealth and Baltic Union will commence tomorrow, and production will commence for the Russian order.


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| June 28, 2011, 5:20 pm
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