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International Conversation Forum: Summer 2035 ('09), Part III
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OK, here's what was happening in the last forum:

Force 13 is attacking parts of Prusso-Egypt.

The UR is making some shaky political moves; some have called for invasion. The URSA will attempt to settle the matter peacefully if possible before seeing the American continent torn by war.

The Iceland nuclear threat has been smoothly wiped away by a strike force of F-22s.

Armenian defence systems were shot down by an extremely advanced missile system. The URSA had nothing to do with it...by the way we'll loan you some of our defence equipment until you can get yours back online.
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| July 7, 2009, 1:23 pm
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Wow! I must have slept too long, or fell asleep at the wrong time because I sure had a lot of reading to do.

Anyhow, the SSW is preparing for an invasion that may come very soon. With that in mind, a new ship design for my small Navy is being built and is approx. 33% finished. Also, seeing as though many of the VTOL transports use rotor-wing design, the SSW is going to attempt and switch things up a bit and make a VTOL of which utilizes jet engines.

On a more primary note, the SSW has secured the land of which it set out to conquer in the British campaign. Now, I need a higher authorization to acknowledge this and secure the land to my title. So, President Ford, I would like to ask you if I can have what I strive for? Also on this very note, I have been talking with the MU about acquiring a bit of conquered land from them, but the actual land still needs your authorization to be claimed under the MU name: http://www.flickr.com/photos/29672298@N06/3621956163/
So again, up to you President Ford.

Well, I think that's all I have to say for now...What a mouthful.
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| July 7, 2009, 3:18 pm
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It seems it was rather rude of me not to give you a visual image of the land portions I was talking of.
Here is what I wish to obtain from my British campaign (the gray portions): http://mocpages.com/user_images/13803/1245177334m_DISPLAY.jpg
And here is what I wish to purchase from the MU (the black portion): http://mocpages.com/user_images/13803/12469312341_DISPLAY.jpg

So, I hope you approve of both items and of the MU's expansion.
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| July 7, 2009, 3:24 pm
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your sattelites would be a great temperary help to my nation. We plan to have a new generation of satelites being launched by january 2036.

With the wrekage from the ukraine having arrived one hour ago we have been able to find tiny pieces of the missile which have been traced to a company based in turkministan. Our missile tracking and warning system has been able to pin point the launch to a point over the northern pacific. The only plane in the turmini air force that can deliver these missiles is the Russian built Su-37 Flanker-F. We are seeking support from friendly nations in the area to help set up an embargo on turministan and a no fly zone over the country. This is all to force the goverment to pay for my new satalites.

We are wondering if the URSA government would be willing to sell us RAM and advanced avionics and see if boeing would be willing to send us experts on blended wing air craft.

Considering we are not a european nation we are seceding from the U.E.N. and are forming a new alliance of Central Asian, North African and Arab nations called the U.A.N. (United Arab Nations)
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| July 7, 2009, 5:35 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
your sattelites would be a great temperary help to my nation. We plan to have a new generation of satelites being launched by january 2036.

With the wrekage from the ukraine having arrived one hour ago we have been able to find tiny pieces of the missile which have been traced to a company based in turkministan. Our missile tracking and warning system has been able to pin point the launch to a point over the northern pacific. The only plane in the turmini air force that can deliver these missiles is the Russian built Su-37 Flanker-F. We are seeking support from friendly nations in the area to help set up an embargo on turministan and a no fly zone over the country. This is all to force the goverment to pay for my new satalites.

We are wondering if the URSA government would be willing to sell us RAM and advanced avionics and see if boeing would be willing to send us experts on blended wing air craft.

Considering we are not a european nation we are seceding from the U.E.N. and are forming a new alliance of Central Asian, North African and Arab nations called the U.A.N. (United Arab Nations)


As Ukraine has already forged alliances with two North African countries, Libya and Somalia, the Ukranian Government wishes to close all hostilities with the UAN countries and open trade routes between Ukraine and the UAN. The Ukranian Government would appreciate a peace alligance with the countries of the UAN.
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| July 7, 2009, 7:45 pm
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Force 13 has been dealt a staggering blow just inside the Ukranian border. A flight of Mil-24 Hinds carrying soldiers of Force 13, 24th squadron, were blown to peices by Su-51 Fafnirs as the Hinds attempted to make an assault on Kiev. Over 30 Hinds, with approxamately 180 soldiers, along with unknown amounts of infantry and tanks, were utterly destroyed. No Force 13 soldiers were taken prisoner, with at least one thousand killed and three wounded. These escaped into Turkey. No chase will be attempted. It is highly unlikely that they will strike again for a week or so, but they will want revenge...
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| July 7, 2009, 8:05 pm
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We plan on hunting down the force 13 terrorist in turkey considering it is one of my provinces.

yes we believe a peace agreement between the Ukraine and the U.A.N would be most profitable. We were wondering if the Ukraine still had combat troops in Turministan?

Would you be interested in loaning us tupolov designers for help on us designing a new stratigic bomber.

how is your stealth bomber coming along.
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| July 7, 2009, 11:00 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
We plan on hunting down the force 13 terrorist in turkey considering it is one of my provinces.

yes we believe a peace agreement between the Ukraine and the U.A.N would be most profitable. We were wondering if the Ukraine still had combat troops in Turministan?

Would you be interested in loaning us tupolov designers for help on us designing a new stratigic bomber.

how is your stealth bomber coming along.

As of Janurary 2035 no CAS troops are left in Turkmenistan. Ukraine would be glad to help on your bomber design. As for our flying wing, I(as in me) ran out of Lego plates, so it wont be built full scale, but the Bomber, (speaking for Ukrainian gov.) is scheduled to enter service in August or September. There remain a few glitches in the radar, but they will be ironed out. As Tupolev is currently waiting for Zaktron to perfect the Radar, the design borough would be glad ot lend assistance to your country. We are quite relieved in the UAN's choice not to pursue hostility.
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| July 7, 2009, 11:25 pm
We've reached MU just in time. Force 13 and the Neo-Nazis were nearly going to attack MU's Northern borders. We also Reached Germany. Cliffe, Germany is an Ally. There are rebels fighting the Neo-Nazis in your southern borders and their northern borders.
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| July 8, 2009, 4:31 am
The Dragon Isles (future Japan) Navy carrier fleet is standing by near Iceland awaiting orders.
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| July 8, 2009, 4:52 am
Quoting Christian Collins
The Dragon Isles (future Japan) Navy carrier fleet is standing by near Iceland awaiting orders.

Are you CAS? After all, Japan is in Asia.
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| July 8, 2009, 4:56 am
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Are you CAS? After all, Japan is in Asia.

I consider myself independent. The military is half mercenary and will fight for anyone who pays, excluding the Neo-Nazis and Force 13.
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| July 8, 2009, 4:58 am
Quoting Christian Collins
I consider myself independent. The military is half mercenary and will fight for anyone who pays, excluding the Neo-Nazis and Force 13.

Thank goodness. Wait, what happened to The Emperor of Japan? He isn't really in power, so is he considiered a Celebrity there(Like in England with their monarchs)
or a military General like me?
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| July 8, 2009, 5:01 am
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Nice to here from a new voice in the group. It's been awhile since someone new joined in on the conversation.

Thanks. I've actually been a part of the RA-CAS-UEN for a couple months, but I just now got let in to the group.
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| July 8, 2009, 5:51 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Quoting Christian Collins
Thanks. I've actually been a part of the RA-CAS-UEN for a couple months, but I just now got let in to the group.
You say you will fight for who pays highest, the MU will keep this in mind if we are ever involved in a conflict that we believe is too difficult for us. I would like to estblish trade agreements between the two of us, since you are not a member of an enemy group.

Sounds like a deal.
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| July 8, 2009, 5:55 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
You say you will fight for who pays highest, the MU will keep this in mind if we are ever involved in a conflict that we believe is too difficult for us. I would like to estblish trade agreements between the two of us, since you are not a member of an enemy group.

I second this motion in representation of my nation.
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| July 8, 2009, 6:07 pm
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Ukraine is launching a mass air strike against Israel at 0200(2:00 am), July 9, in retaliation to recent hostilities. Over 100 fighters and Fighter/bombers will be launched from Ukrainian carriers in the Northern Red Sea and Black Sea and Air force bases from Ukraine. After the fighters have finished their sortie, Tupolev Tu-22s will bomb key missile silos in Northern Israel. Hopefully this will halt the missile bombardments and threatening messages from Israel.
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| July 8, 2009, 6:31 pm
I'm back, and with great news- the Republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have joined Prusso-Egypt in thanks for defending them. Meanwhile, a woderous discovery was made- the Neo-Nazi base IS in fact in Bavaria! I thought I had triple checked and it wasn't there- but it's REALLY deep underground! So, the Neo Nazis are making their last stand in Bavaria to try and let Force Thirteen get away across Poland and into Belarus. We'll have to cut them off from the North while Ukraine gets them from the south. The Prussians in Germany and the German rebels will take care of the situation in Bavaria.
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| July 8, 2009, 7:21 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I'm back, and with great news- the Republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have joined Prusso-Egypt in thanks for defending them. Meanwhile, a woderous discovery was made- the Neo-Nazi base IS in fact in Bavaria! I thought I had triple checked and it wasn't there- but it's REALLY deep underground! So, the Neo Nazis are making their last stand in Bavaria to try and let Force Thirteen get away across Poland and into Belarus. We'll have to cut them off from the North while Ukraine gets them from the south. The Prussians in Germany and the German rebels will take care of the situation in Bavaria.

At 0300 tomorrow the 7th Carrier Fleet will be launching two squadrons of F-22's along with four B-2 Spirit Bombers, all armed with laser guided bunker-busters and cluster bombs in an attempt to weaken the Neo-Nazi's defenses.
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| July 8, 2009, 9:48 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I'm back, and with great news- the Republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have joined Prusso-Egypt in thanks for defending them. Meanwhile, a woderous discovery was made- the Neo-Nazi base IS in fact in Bavaria! I thought I had triple checked and it wasn't there- but it's REALLY deep underground! So, the Neo Nazis are making their last stand in Bavaria to try and let Force Thirteen get away across Poland and into Belarus. We'll have to cut them off from the North while Ukraine gets them from the south. The Prussians in Germany and the German rebels will take care of the situation in Bavaria.

Cliffe, did you find my glass eye?
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| July 9, 2009, 5:08 am
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Cliffe, did you find my glass eye?

Nope. Sorry. Didn't know you had one either... how did you lose your real eye?
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| July 9, 2009, 12:35 pm
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@ Christian Collins: According to the e-mails I have saved, the Dragon Isles were an independent nation located in the Bahamas..? Japan is still open, but operating as Japan has a few strings attached. Namely the URSA (United Republican States of America) 3rd Air Force, much of the Pacific Fleet, and considerable Army divisions are all camped out in Japan, from whence they carry on the campaign in South Korea.

The Bahamas on the other hand, while they're certainly capable of becoming their own nation, would find it quite necessary to find some allies, since they would have difficulty in taking on one of the major superpowers.

Anyway, I would like some clarification on which you choose...

@ Cole Atelian: The Republican Council has agreed to export the requested information, and the request has been sent to Boeing. They have replied that they would be willing to train your designers in the states. Sending a few of your designers over to work with the legendary team at PhantomWorks would certainly be benefitial for your aircraft industry, and no doubt ours as well.
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| July 9, 2009, 7:15 pm
Quoting Michael Ford
@ Christian Collins: According to the e-mails I have saved, the Dragon Isles were an independent nation located in the Bahamas..? Japan is still open, but operating as Japan has a few strings attached. Namely the URSA (United Republican States of America) 3rd Air Force, much of the Pacific Fleet, and considerable Army divisions are all camped out in Japan, from whence they carry on the campaign in South Korea.

The Bahamas on the other hand, while they're certainly capable of becoming their own nation, would find it quite necessary to find some allies, since they would have difficulty in taking on one of the major superpowers.

Anyway, I would like some clarification on which you choose...

@ Cole Atelian: The Republican Council has agreed to export the requested information, and the request has been sent to Boeing. They have replied that they would be willing to train your designers in the states. Sending a few of your designers over to work with the legendary team at PhantomWorks would certainly be benefitial for your aircraft industry, and no doubt ours as well.

I think I'm gonna take Japan, I like it better.
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| July 9, 2009, 7:17 pm
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Quoting Commander Dave Smith of the 198th Legion
wait is it microsoft Office word?

I think MS Paint is the program he was referring to...I'll e-mail you a screenshot.
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| July 9, 2009, 7:20 pm
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Quoting Christian Collins
I think I'm gonna take Japan, I like it better.


OK. In that case, I suggest allegience with the URSA...since we live in your backyard! :-)

We welcome you to the glorious political chaos of 2035.
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| July 9, 2009, 7:31 pm
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@ Dr. Spontaneous: The URSA acknowledges the takeover of portions of Britain. We will encourage the British to attempt to coexist peacefully: we would like to ask in their behalf that SSW military support and escort be granted to refugees who wish to remain under the Crown to be relocated to other portions of Britain.
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| July 9, 2009, 8:07 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford
@ Dr. Spontaneous: The URSA acknowledges the takeover of portions of Britain. We will encourage the British to attempt to coexist peacefully: we would like to ask in their behalf that SSW military support and escort be granted to refugees who wish to remain under the Crown to be relocated to other portions of Britain.

Thank you, Mr. President. Now on concern of the refugees, or 'loyalists' as I call them, have been evacuated since the territory has been secured. Also, since you have acknowledged the territorial gains, checkpoints will now be set until the end of the first week in August as to allow loyalists to secure and collect any valuables they were not able to transport during the beginning of the campaign. Adding to this subject, any person or persons of which wish to stay in their homes under the jurisdiction of the NBP may do so and can file the correct forms as to be acknowledge as a full-fledged citizen of the SSW. Adding still, I will address a member of my Cabinet to take role as the Prime Minister of the NBP by 2300 hours tonight. After doing so, I will have arranged a meeting with the British Parliament to settle the exact borders and settled areas of my territory. I will not be there myself, but the NBPPM, Minister of State Development and the Minister of State Defense will be attending. That is all I have to say as of now.
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| July 9, 2009, 8:29 pm
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Also, President Ford, I understand that you are still struggling in the Korean theatre? If so, the please let me know so that I can send additional forces to aid you in your campaigns. Of which will be sent is 1/3 of my standing navy as well has a division of my own troops.
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| July 9, 2009, 8:49 pm
Scratch my last posts, I dont own carriers or f-22's or b-2's. So, lets say I just blew the crap out of a North Korean freighter carrying weapons and supplies.
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| July 9, 2009, 10:18 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Nope. Sorry. Didn't know you had one either... how did you lose your real eye?

In real life, I didn't. But in this universe, I was the leader of the New People's Army. I was shot by a sniper really.
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| July 10, 2009, 6:30 am
Quoting Brian Tioseco
In real life, I didn't. But in this universe, I was the leader of the New People's Army. I was shot by a sniper really.

Ooh, painful. Well, if we find, it, I'll let you know. As of now, I'm sick as a dog again- coughing nonstop and aching like I'm 90. However I can still type! :-D
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| July 10, 2009, 2:08 pm
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@ Christian Collins: That's hardly a setback! As long as you remain allied with the URSA, we'll be glad to provide you with the F-22, and although the B-2 would be hard to come by since they're so expensive, if you would like to assist in our 2040 Stealth Bomber program, we'll get some awesome 5th-generation bombers online within five years. In the mean time you can lease B-1s, and use F-22s in the strike role for penetration bombing.
As for carriers, we could offer you some of our mothballed ones to fill the gap until we can bolster Japan's navy.

@ Dave Smith: Alaska currently does not see the need of lethal Tazer weaponry...but we appreciate the offer and will consider it if we discover need for it. Until then, bullets work fine for us.
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| July 10, 2009, 2:10 pm
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@ Dr. Spontaneous: we would appreciate all the help we can get in the Korean theater. At present we have reclaimed up to the 38th parallel, but well entrenched Chinese forces are stalling progress. Our current plan of action would be to stealthily force a landing beyond enemy lines and attempt to outflank them, in which case your Patrol Boats would be most useful. We intend to drop elites or SEALs beyond the beach to clear a landing zone, then we'll use amphibious craft, landing craft, and helicopters to insert conventional troops. If you're in, we welcome you.
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| July 10, 2009, 2:20 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Ooh, painful. Well, if we find, it, I'll let you know. As of now, I'm sick as a dog again- coughing nonstop and aching like I'm 90. However I can still type! :-D


Good lad! Never give up!

Either that or you're obsessed...
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| July 10, 2009, 2:21 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford
@ Dr. Spontaneous: we would appreciate all the help we can get in the Korean theater. At present we have reclaimed up to the 38th parallel, but well entrenched Chinese forces are stalling progress. Our current plan of action would be to stealthily force a landing beyond enemy lines and attempt to outflank them, in which case your Patrol Boats would be most useful. We intend to drop elites or SEALs beyond the beach to clear a landing zone, then we'll use amphibious craft, landing craft, and helicopters to insert conventional troops. If you're in, we welcome you.

I think my boys are ready for a bit more fight. So, the fleet will be sent out immediately and will sport a division of armed men and MRNCs with full load-outs. Please expect my forces in a week's time seeing as though we must travel the entire length of Africa and the Indian Ocean. Further elaboration on this development will be released at a later date.

Now, on note to the UR, my nation thanks you for your offer, but we have no need for them at the moment. We have no SP at the moment, and we do acquire one, we will be sending satellites instead of manned flights.

On a separate subject, the SSW is finally designing its own attack plane. Seeing as though we only have two squadrons of purchased MU stealth bombers, we have a great need for our own elaborated Air Force. Seeing as though we are a Jack-of-all-trades and a master-of-none, the aircraft will sport many different roles that will be achieved sufficiently, but not well. Still, we will finally have a plane of our own.
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| July 10, 2009, 3:40 pm
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At 1900 hours today, several members of my Cabinet will be meeting with the British Parliament to establish the exact borders and jurisdiction of the NBP. Also, the Prime Minister of the NBP was announced yesterday, and he is now in command of the forces in his area. So, as such, he will be attending the Parliamentary meeting. As will the Minister of Defense and the Minister of Development.
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| July 10, 2009, 6:10 pm
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At 2000 hours, the meeting with the British Parliament was ended. All objectives were accomplished. Upon returning to their vehicle at 2013 hours, the members of my Cabinet were fired upon by a sniper. The Minister of Development was shot and killed and the Minister of Defense was critically wounded. A third person, a British civilian, was hit by a stray bullet and was killed. The assassin was arrested and was put under SSW custody. The rifle was Russian-made, but we do not believe him to be associated with any faction at the moment. Most likely, he is a radical loyalist of which is distressed about my campaign upon British soil. Currently, the matter is an internal affair.
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| July 10, 2009, 11:21 pm
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The strike was a complete success and we have postponed Israeli missile bombardment for at least a month. Although the Israelis will retaliate as soon as they can, there is nothing they can do at the moment that the CAS couldn't stop. Another strike package is to be sent out after the Israeli Air Force Bases, this strike made 100% Stealth. If everything goes as planned, Israel will be forced to operate their fighters from South-central Israel; a position in which they would be inable to bomb Ukranian cities with Raptors while in Stealth mode.

The Ukranian Elite Force is once again being deployed in China and North-East North Korea in an effort to stop the RA advancement into North Korean ground. North Korea has recently achieved one hundred Flak cannons and is setting them up in Air force and army bases in Southern territory. As well as the Flak, Kraz trucks and Kamov helicopters have been shipped into Korea under a lend-lease programme. North Korea is not going down without a fight...
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| July 11, 2009, 12:41 am
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Quoting Michael Ford
@ Dr. Spontaneous: we would appreciate all the help we can get in the Korean theater. At present we have reclaimed up to the 38th parallel, but well entrenched Chinese forces are stalling progress. Our current plan of action would be to stealthily force a landing beyond enemy lines and attempt to outflank them, in which case your Patrol Boats would be most useful. We intend to drop elites or SEALs beyond the beach to clear a landing zone, then we'll use amphibious craft, landing craft, and helicopters to insert conventional troops. If you're in, we welcome you.

I think my boys are ready for a bit more fight. So, the fleet will be sent out immediately and will sport a division of armed men and MRNCs with full load-outs. Please expect my forces in a week's time seeing as though we must travel the entire length of Africa and the Indian Ocean. Further elaboration on this development will be released at a later date.

Now, on note to the UR, my nation thanks you for your offer, but we have no need for them at the moment. We have no SP at the moment, and we do acquire one, we will be sending satellites instead of manned flights.

On a separate subject, the SSW is finally designing its own attack plane. Seeing as though we only have two squadrons of purchased MU stealth bombers, we have a great need for our own elaborated Air Force. Seeing as though we are a Jack-of-all-trades and a master-of-none, the aircraft will sport many different roles that will be achieved sufficiently, but not well. Still, we will finally have a plane of our own.

A Ukranian Navy Nuclear Submarines has found the SSW ships and is following them. It will be forced to turn back at Cape Cod and return to Libya for provisions. From Cape Cod the SSW convoy will be intercepted out of Somalia by PT boats and a Sub. No shots will be fired unless in self-defense.

The Ukranian Navy is deploying one of their five Aircraft Carriers in the South China Sea to provide fighter support if needed in Korea. It is unlikely that it will be used, as North Korea already operates the fifth generation Su-53 out of five Air Force bases in Korea.
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| July 11, 2009, 12:52 am
An armored division is fueled and ready to assist in NKorea.

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| July 11, 2009, 5:50 am
Hey Comrade Cliffe, I'm in Berlin. (not in real life) I just dropped by to see you. King Fredric and I were playing Chess this morning and guess what? I fell asleep from jet lag in the middle of the game. I'm in the Hotel room. Your king also found my eye. It was under his throne cushion. We laughed all day
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| July 11, 2009, 7:02 am
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Hey Comrade Cliffe, I'm in Berlin. (not in real life) I just dropped by to see you. King Fredric and I were playing Chess this morning and guess what? I fell asleep from jet lag in the middle of the game. I'm in the Hotel room. Your king also found my eye. It was under his throne cushion. We laughed all day

Wonderful! You and 'old Fritz' must be great friends. He is a most excellent chess player, no? But how did the eye get under his throne cushion...? Ah well. Weird things can happen in Berlin. It was very nice to see you comrade! P.S.- I suggest a travel to Egypt next to see Ramesses. He doesn't get many visitors besides Freddy.
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| July 11, 2009, 8:23 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Wonderful! You and 'old Fritz' must be great friends. He is a most excellent chess player, no? But how did the eye get under his throne cushion...? Ah well. Weird things can happen in Berlin. It was very nice to see you comrade! P.S.- I suggest a travel to Egypt next to see Ramesses. He doesn't get many visitors besides Freddy.

Under his cushion was his "Lost and found" in a way. But I'm on my way to Cairo to visit the Pharaoh. I'm trying to kill of my jet lag. Anyways, an F13 spy was captured in Berlin. I just woke up after passing out then I saw a man in a military uniform and it said 'F13' then I tackled him. Do they think that their own uniform can pass up as a Prussian fatigue? They're idiots!
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| July 11, 2009, 8:51 pm
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Well, it seems my fleet to the Korean theatre is making great time seeing as though it has already reached the Western Sahara territory. Mostly due to fair weather conditions, of which will worsen as my boats reach the southern tip of Africa; some of the most treacherous waters because of Antarctic currents. Anyhow, upon entering the area, my forces encountered a small patrol of pirates. It consisted of three boats, two of which retreated and didn't engage; however, one did. Demonstrating sheer power, the one MRNC fired rounds into the small ship after it engaged. No survivors were identified.

Now, onto the note of the Ukrainian submarines intercepting my fleet: I do not see this as a threat, except for the fact of possible torpedo strikes; however, you have claimed terms of self-defense and simple guidance out of your Somalian territory. Therefore, we will not engage unless fired upon and will try to keep on the skirts of your territory.
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| July 11, 2009, 9:40 pm
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Under his cushion was his "Lost and found" in a way. But I'm on my way to Cairo to visit the Pharaoh. I'm trying to kill of my jet lag. Anyways, an F13 spy was captured in Berlin. I just woke up after passing out then I saw a man in a military uniform and it said 'F13' then I tackled him. Do they think that their own uniform can pass up as a Prussian fatigue? They're idiots!

Thank you! That spy probably just got in the country, because our officers otherwise would have spotted him immediately- a you have to be a Prussian to know a Prussian! Yes, they are quite stupid- they don't know when to quit.
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| July 11, 2009, 11:37 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Well, it seems my fleet to the Korean theatre is making great time seeing as though it has already reached the Western Sahara territory. Mostly due to fair weather conditions, of which will worsen as my boats reach the southern tip of Africa; some of the most treacherous waters because of Antarctic currents. Anyhow, upon entering the area, my forces encountered a small patrol of pirates. It consisted of three boats, two of which retreated and didn't engage; however, one did. Demonstrating sheer power, the one MRNC fired rounds into the small ship after it engaged. No survivors were identified.

Now, onto the note of the Ukrainian submarines intercepting my fleet: I do not see this as a threat, except for the fact of possible torpedo strikes; however, you have claimed terms of self-defense and simple guidance out of your Somalian territory. Therefore, we will not engage unless fired upon and will try to keep on the skirts of your territory.


As you already mentioned, the Sub gives very little threat, as there are only four anti-armour Torpedoes and one 20mm gatling gun for armament. The reason you are being trailed is to maintain accurate knowledge as to where you are. There are no CAS Sattelites for the majority of the time around South Afrifa, so sonar/radar lock is the only way of accurate knowledge of your fleet's position. No harm is intended for now. That may change in North Korean waters...
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| July 11, 2009, 11:53 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford

As you already mentioned, the Sub gives very little threat, as there are only four anti-armour Torpedoes and one 20mm gatling gun for armament. The reason you are being trailed is to maintain accurate knowledge as to where you are. There are no CAS Sattelites for the majority of the time around South Afrifa, so sonar/radar lock is the only way of accurate knowledge of your fleet's position. No harm is intended for now. That may change in North Korean waters...

I see. If needed, we can set-up a temporary relay channel as to communicate coordinates until my fleet exits your area of jurisdiction. Just a little suggestion so I don't set false, and possibly harmful, pretenses while I'm close to your shores. And as you said, things may change in North Korean waters. I view you as a worthy opponent, and I hope to make things a bit interesting once we enter the CZ.
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| July 11, 2009, 11:59 pm
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Now, onto a note to Mr. Collins: I was wondering, is the Toyota Corporation still intact and operational as to create technological relay and trade? If so, I would like to create a commerce agreement that will benefit both our nations. Please tell me your thoughts on this.

Still on the trading note, this time directed at President Ford. Seeing as though you still have many new and dated aircraft in your arsenal, I was wondering if you have any Sea Harriers? My need for a utility-type jet has lead me to the Harrier design, and close-up "models" would be perfect for development. If you don't have any physical units, perhaps our engineers could work together as to fix the hole in my AF.
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| July 12, 2009, 12:03 am
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Another act of terrorism erupted in the NBP today at 1215 hours today. Upon a security detail, a UUC was patrolling a series of roads when a IED exploded inside a parked car. The explosion killed three civilians and two patrolling MPs on foot. The men inside of the UUC exited the vehicle with a few bruises and no other resulting injury. Two collateral building received quite a few damages as well. The attack does not seem orientated with the assassination that occurred recently, but it does seem that the culprit is another RL (Radical Loyalist). Security will be tightened greatly.
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| July 13, 2009, 8:17 pm
The Red Army has assaulted and F13-N.N. garrison near MU's border. I even joined in the fray. Luckily, they didn't know I was the emperor but a common Commissar, They really are idiots! Man we need to get smarter enemies.
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| July 14, 2009, 5:12 am
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The SSW fleet heading towards the Korean theatre has just rounded past Port Elizabeth, S. Africa. Being close to the Antarctic current has lead to turbulent seas, but the revolutionary design of the MRNC(b) has heightened the performance of the ships and handling of the rough waters.

In note of the NBP, security has been tighten exponentially. Roadblocks have been set up every couple of blocks and MPs have been greatly armored and armed to check cars for IEDS, etc. The borders of the NBP are being fortified like that of other SSW states.

Finally, after seeing the number miles already traveled by my fleet and the amount of fuel expected to be used on the way to Korea, I have decided to plan for an invasion of Panama. This will allow me to control the Panama Canal and in turn, the fleets of other nations. Leading the way will be the Third Invasion Fleet, and in pursuit, the Second Expedition Regiment.
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| July 14, 2009, 2:36 pm
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Dr. Spontaneous: At present the AV-8B Harrier has been phased out of service and replaced with the F-35B - however, Boeing still has the plans for the aircraft, which it obtained when they bought out McDonnel Douglas. I have no doubt that they would be glad to reach an agreement.

It would appear your naval detachment plans to sail through the hostile seas of SE Asia...we suggest staying close to friendly Australia. We will dispatch a Marine Corps escort carrier with F-35Bs for air support and reconaissance.
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| July 14, 2009, 2:59 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW fleet heading towards the Korean theatre has just rounded past Port Elizabeth, S. Africa. Being close to the Antarctic current has lead to turbulent seas, but the revolutionary design of the MRNC(b) has heightened the performance of the ships and handling of the rough waters.

In note of the NBP, security has been tighten exponentially. Roadblocks have been set up every couple of blocks and MPs have been greatly armored and armed to check cars for IEDS, etc. The borders of the NBP are being fortified like that of other SSW states.

Finally, after seeing the number miles already traveled by my fleet and the amount of fuel expected to be used on the way to Korea, I have decided to plan for an invasion of Panama. This will allow me to control the Panama Canal and in turn, the fleets of other nations. Leading the way will be the Third Invasion Fleet, and in pursuit, the Second Expedition Regiment.


I was going to suggest using the canal. Panama isn't on the friendliest terms with us, but I've found that a properly trained eight-inch gun usually persuades them to allow us to pass. If they prove to be a pain in the something-rather to deal with, we will support you with what we have. Hmm...this would be a good opportunity to give Special Forces Bravo a chance at combat...snicker snicker.
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| July 14, 2009, 3:05 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
The strike was a complete success and we have postponed Israeli missile bombardment for at least a month. Although the Israelis will retaliate as soon as they can, there is nothing they can do at the moment that the CAS couldn't stop. Another strike package is to be sent out after the Israeli Air Force Bases, this strike made 100% Stealth. If everything goes as planned, Israel will be forced to operate their fighters from South-central Israel; a position in which they would be inable to bomb Ukranian cities with Raptors while in Stealth mode.

The Ukranian Elite Force is once again being deployed in China and North-East North Korea in an effort to stop the RA advancement into North Korean ground. North Korea has recently achieved one hundred Flak cannons and is setting them up in Air force and army bases in Southern territory. As well as the Flak, Kraz trucks and Kamov helicopters have been shipped into Korea under a lend-lease programme. North Korea is not going down without a fight...


...both moves the RA isn't going to let happen without a fight. IAI and Boeing have been working together...you may find Israeli Raptors have longer legs then you thought.

F-22s led a pinpoint attack on another supply train carrying SAM components to North Korea. The military was contemplating sending Bravo behind the lines to see what they could do, but the Kappa disaster was hard to swallow, and we have resolved not to repeat it. Bravo is not going in until we have a more complete plan.

Speaking of Kappa, we finally have everyone accounted for in the disaster. We lost seven of sixteen Comanches, and two of five Wenatchees. A squad of eleven went in, their numbers soon boosted to nineteen by released POWs. Three were evacuated alive. Many of the others were accounted for. But seven, including a shot-down pilot, were MIA for over a year until a few days ago, when Alaskan radar picked up several small vessels crossing the Bering Sea from Russia. Investigating aircraft discovered six of the missing troops had made it to the coast and gotten across in light craft. All in all there were twenty-nine casualties and thirty-three survivors of the ordeal.
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| July 14, 2009, 3:17 pm
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Quoting Commander Dave Smith of the 198th Legion
As of now there there are UR troops in the middle east trying to finish of the spetnez troops. UR troops have thought and thought but we have now decided to take new york and pennsylvania.


Before anything happens in New York and Pennsylvania, I need to look into the absence of...whoever had the Eastern US...
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| July 14, 2009, 3:19 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford
Dr. Spontaneous: At present the AV-8B Harrier has been phased out of service and replaced with the F-35B - however, Boeing still has the plans for the aircraft, which it obtained when they bought out McDonnel Douglas. I have no doubt that they would be glad to reach an agreement.

It would appear your naval detachment plans to sail through the hostile seas of SE Asia...we suggest staying close to friendly Australia. We will dispatch a Marine Corps escort carrier with F-35Bs for air support and reconaissance.

I see. I will contact Boeing immediately to see if we can reach an agreement to obtain the designing blueprints.

Now, onto note of my fleet. They do intend to sail through hostile waters, seeing as though we have no relations to Panama as of now. So, I welcome your suggestion and thank you for your additional forces.
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| July 14, 2009, 3:31 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford

I was going to suggest using the canal. Panama isn't on the friendliest terms with us, but I've found that a properly trained eight-inch gun usually persuades them to allow us to pass. If they prove to be a pain in the something-rather to deal with, we will support you with what we have. Hmm...this would be a good opportunity to give Special Forces Bravo a chance at combat...snicker snicker.

Seeing as though aggressive terms have to be used to pass via the canal, I believe the invasion and control of Panama will be righteous in itself. My forces will be sent within two days, seeing as though all Marines and sailors have been refreshed in training. Also, your Special Forces will be greatly appreciated.
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| July 14, 2009, 3:39 pm
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It seems having large bank accounts help to "negotiate" in the political world. The plans for the AV-8B Harrier II have been leased to the SSW for just under 3 million dollars. Although we have had the majority of the design settled without the aid of Boeing, tweaking the powerplant and additions to the "jump-jet" system had to be applied. Matter of fact, the first prototype will be taking flight within three hours. And if all goes well, the order for the first generation of the Medium Combat Air Platform (MCAP) will be sent late tonight.

On a separate note, the invasion of Panama has been pushed to launch tonight as well. It seems a storm front will be entering the area tomorrow, and the only opening is today; unless we want to wait for another week. Anyhow, the fleet will be sent at 0000 hours tonight.
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| July 14, 2009, 5:19 pm
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The IAF Raptors are able to hit the southern areas of Ukraine, but before they hit Ukraine, they must cross over hundres of miles of un-friendly territory; risky buisness with multi-million dollar aircraft. Ukrainian Fafnirs are flying regular patrol over Ukraine.

A North Korean SAM shipment was bombarded, destroying neaarly 1/6 of North Korea's SAM order. The remainder of the SAMs will be shipped by an escorted convoy through the South China Sea. The Kamov helicopters arrived safely in North Korea, but the Kraz trucks were ambushed and 1/7th of them were destroyed beyond recovery by Raptors. How the @#$% the Raptors made it through Chinese and Russian airspace undetected by air patrol remains a mystery to the CAS War Department. Fafnir patrols are being reinforced by Su-27-30s and MiG-29s.

The Ukranian Aircraft carrier reached the South Cina Sea safely, assompanied by a battleship, three cruisers, four PT boats and five Submarines. One PT boat (originaly five were sent) was hit by an Australian torpedo and forced to return to Somalia.


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| July 14, 2009, 5:59 pm
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The Ukrainian strike fleet has proceded to the Sea of Japan. An RA Cruiser was fired upon by the U-2,000 Kirichenko, a Zaktron class battleship, the most powerfull battleship in the CAS. The cruiser appeared to avoid being hit and beat a hasty retreat outside of the Kirichenko's gun range. Su-51s have been readied for flight on the deck of the
Carrier. Another flight of Ukranian Su-51s is being deployed in China in an Air Force base thirty miles East of Shenyang. (30-50 miles from the North Korean/Chinese border)

A flight of twelve Russian Air force Su-53s are escorting another shipment of SAMs into North Korea.

Another Ukrainian Patrol Boat was seriosly damaged by a cruise missile from an unknown adversary. It is suspected that it was launched from an F-35 out of Kadena AFB. ten of the sailors on board were killed and another fourteen wounded. The ship has been sent home to Somalia.

An F-15 was shot down by a missile from a Skua-class Battle Cruiser. The F-15 was identified as a South Korean figgter from the 21st air wing.

A Ukranian Air Force Su-51 was shot down by a South Korean finger four flight of F-35s. The F-35s escaped unharmed. Ukranian pilots have been advised to fly at high altitude at mach 1.7 to avoid being jumped.
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| July 14, 2009, 7:18 pm
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Quoting Christian Collins
I think I'm gonna take Japan, I like it better.


As my invasian fleet is within thirty miles of your coastline, I would like to inquire of your political relationship with Ukraine. I'm assuming that since you "blew the cr@p out of a North Korean freighter," we're enemies, but i'd like to make sure.
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| July 14, 2009, 7:44 pm
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Dr. Spontaneous, we copy. Bravo will be inserted in key positions at 1:30 AM. If your ships could create a diversion, the first locks of the canal will be in RA hands by 3:00. There will be blood tonight!
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| July 14, 2009, 9:50 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford
We copy. Bravo will be inserted in key positions at 1:30 AM. If your ships could create a diversion, the first locks of the canal will be in RA hands by 3:00. There will be blood tonight!

Hmm...You seem kind of excited about the blood portion. Is the RA a Pagan nation? Kidding.

Anyhow,for a diversion, I can mount a fair-sized invasion with artillery barrages and a bunch of other large noises if that suits your pleasure. Also, several AAUCs will be transporting Raiders a few miles inland to set mortars and the like. Coordination is the key. Also, my fleet's schedule has been moved ahead and they shall be entering the area 45 minutes before you enter the area.
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| July 14, 2009, 9:59 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Hmm...You seem kind of excited about the blood portion. Is the RA a Pagan nation? Kidding.

Anyhow,for a diversion, I can mount a fair-sized invasion with artillery barrages and a bunch of other large noises if that suits your pleasure. Also, several AAUCs will be transporting Raiders a few miles inland to set mortars and the like. Coordination is the key. Also, my fleet's schedule has been moved ahead and they shall be entering the area 45 minutes before you enter the area.


45 minutes...right then. We will make a few adjustments and insert Bravo twenty minutes after your barrage begins. The first two locks of the canal are within our capabilities to seize...they are heavily protected, but due to some (hopefully fatal) oversight, only large-caliber anti-ship guns and AAA are in the immediate area. We ask that you hold your fire against any aircraft flying less than 600 feet during the first half hour of combat. The MH-6 pilots will clear you to fire once they have safely exited the hot zone.

With the first two locks in our hands, we should be well able to land some of the troopships and using the captured locks as an initial handhold, spread out along the canal. Our sattelites indicate that most of the US-built barricades are still standing, so if your troops would carry ashore several dozen turret-mountable machine-guns, I'd say we could hold the position until daybreak, by which time enough SSW troops should be ashore to hold the position against any attack.

After the initial attack, it may be prudent to capture an airfield. With an airfield in our hands, it would be a piece of cake to land any additional troops we'd need to hold our territory, and eventually to expand our holdings to undisputed control of the canal.
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| July 14, 2009, 10:10 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
The Ukrainian strike fleet has proceded to the Sea of Japan. An RA Cruiser was fired upon by the U-2,000 Kirichenko, a Zaktron class battleship, the most powerfull battleship in the CAS. The cruiser appeared to avoid being hit and beat a hasty retreat outside of the Kirichenko's gun range. Su-51s have been readied for flight on the deck of the
Carrier. Another flight of Ukranian Su-51s is being deployed in China in an Air Force base thirty miles East of Shenyang. (30-50 miles from the North Korean/Chinese border)

A flight of twelve Russian Air force Su-53s are escorting another shipment of SAMs into North Korea.

Another Ukrainian Patrol Boat was seriosly damaged by a cruise missile from an unknown adversary. It is suspected that it was launched from an F-35 out of Kadena AFB. ten of the sailors on board were killed and another fourteen wounded. The ship has been sent home to Somalia.

An F-15 was shot down by a missile from a Skua-class Battle Cruiser. The F-15 was identified as a South Korean figgter from the 21st air wing.

A Ukranian Air Force Su-51 was shot down by a South Korean finger four flight of F-35s. The F-35s escaped unharmed. Ukranian pilots have been advised to fly at high altitude at mach 1.7 to avoid being jumped.


The RA is most ticked-off by this appearance. USS Gerald R. Ford, USS Abraham Lincoln, and USS Nimitz have been repositioned to counter any moves you wish to make. While the many of the carriers' aircraft are non-stealthy, and all are inferior in performance to the Su-53, F-22s from Kadena are in perfect position to attack the enemy fleet's flank, while fighters from Misawa can attack head on. And I'll warn you this, those F-39s can put up one heck of a fight against anything.

Two Zumwalt-class destroyers have been dispatched to shadow the Ukrainean fleet, and to take any shots that show themselves. The Zumwalts were a deliberate choice, since they're stealthy enough to require a Ukrainean VID before they can open fire, while we can attack anything that approaches. Sometimes it pays to have destroyers with the RCS of a fishing boat.
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| July 14, 2009, 10:22 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford

45 minutes...right then. We will make a few adjustments and insert Bravo twenty minutes after your barrage begins. The first two locks of the canal are within our capabilities to seize...they are heavily protected, but due to some (hopefully fatal) oversight, only large-caliber anti-ship guns and AAA are in the immediate area. We ask that you hold your fire against any aircraft flying less than 600 feet during the first half hour of combat. The MH-6 pilots will clear you to fire once they have safely exited the hot zone.

With the first two locks in our hands, we should be well able to land some of the troopships and using the captured locks as an initial handhold, spread out along the canal. Our sattelites indicate that most of the US-built barricades are still standing, so if your troops would carry ashore several dozen turret-mountable machine-guns, I'd say we could hold the position until daybreak, by which time enough SSW troops should be ashore to hold the position against any attack.

After the initial attack, it may be prudent to capture an airfield. With an airfield in our hands, it would be a piece of cake to land any additional troops we'd need to hold our territory, and eventually to expand our holdings to undisputed control of the canal.

Sounds good. As said before, Raiders will be sent in before the barrage and landings begin and they can clear most of the preliminary AAA. Also, UAVs will be in-air for the first three hours of combat. This may be useful. Also, we may have to adjust our combat styles to face Guerrilla Warfare. Although Panama does strike as a conventional military, much of the area is covered in forests, of which they will most likely use to their advantage. Seeing as though I am striking from the east and we have to work in phases, we may have to land troops in the west via air transport to see that they don't try any espionage before we can reach the final gates. Also, if we are to launch troopships into the canal, we have to make sure that the Panamanians don't try flooding the forward area and causing the aft floodgates to be damaged or break completely. In any case, Godspeed to you and your men.
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| July 14, 2009, 11:54 pm
The Neo-Nazis in Bavaria are making their last stand in Munich- they shall not last long. Force Thirteen has been chased through Prague in between Austria and Slovakia, through Hungary, and they are now holding up for the moment is Serbia. Troops from Egypt have landed in Greece to cut them off from the south- if Ukraine can cut them off from the east, and the MU from the West, we'll have them. Maybe even for good! What do you say, gentlemen? Sound like a plan?
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| July 15, 2009, 1:21 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
The Neo-Nazis in Bavaria are making their last stand in Munich- they shall not last long. Force Thirteen has been chased through Prague in between Austria and Slovakia, through Hungary, and they are now holding up for the moment is Serbia. Troops from Egypt have landed in Greece to cut them off from the south- if Ukraine can cut them off from the east, and the MU from the West, we'll have them. Maybe even for good! What do you say, gentlemen? Sound like a plan?


Ukraine is capable of performing this action, but over half of our effective force is deployed in Eastern China in the North Korea campain, and another third is busy with Israel, but the remainder of the AF, with thirty five Tu-225s, will aid in the camppain, and 2,000 Storm Troopers have been left in Ukraine in case of an emergency, so they can help.

Will 2,000 infantry, 35 Tu-225s, and 40 Attack Heli's do the job?
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| July 15, 2009, 2:33 pm
Quoting Jack Ford

Ukraine is capable of performing this action, but over half of our effective force is deployed in Eastern China in the North Korea campain, and another third is busy with Israel, but the remainder of the AF, with thirty five Tu-225s, will aid in the camppain, and 2,000 Storm Troopers have been left in Ukraine in case of an emergency, so they can help.

Will 2,000 infantry, 35 Tu-225s, and 40 Attack Heli's do the job?

Certainly! Be prepared to cover the eastern flank tomorrow. Thank you!
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| July 15, 2009, 10:22 pm
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My Korean fleet has finally reached Australia as of 1753 hours today. The final reach will be the Korean front.

In other news, the Panama campaign has kicked off nicely for the SSW-RA joint operation. Hopefully, by week's end, we shall have overtaken the entire canal and most of the actual nation. It is unclear who will govern the nation after it is captured. So far, one of the canal lock systems has been taken thanks to RA efforts and their elite men. The Miraflores Lake is almost entirely ours after several MRNCs entered the area via the Miraflores lock system. The combat is fairly bland because of the relatively untried Panamanian military. So far, SSW casualties stand at 12 men dead/wounded and 2 vehicles disabled. Also, intel has be collected about a possible coup d'etat may occur during this campaign. This may or may not work to our advantage.

Finally, the MCAP flight was a success and mass production will be placed to build our blank AF.
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| July 15, 2009, 10:56 pm
One question: Where do I fit in here? As far as I know, I'm only allowed to defend.
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| July 15, 2009, 11:33 pm
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Quoting Christian Collins
One question: Where do I fit in here? As far as I know, I'm only allowed to defend.

You'd probably have to bring that up with the RA seeing as though they have occupied Japan for some time now. But, I do believe you are allowed to do trade, build a militia, and launch your own attacks.
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| July 15, 2009, 11:43 pm
We're enemies.
Quoting Jack Ford

As my invasian fleet is within thirty miles of your coastline, I would like to inquire of your political relationship with Ukraine. I'm assuming that since you "blew the cr@p out of a North Korean freighter," we're enemies, but i'd like to make sure.


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| July 16, 2009, 12:02 am
There's been a transmission from Pyong-Yang. Here it is:

<Play record>
NK Soldier-What was that!?
Filipino Solder-I guess it was artillery from the...
*boom!*
Filipino Soldier-PUTANG INA!
NK Soldier-Mayday! Mayday! We are..*Static* Artillery from...*Static*2...*Static*1 cup
<end Transmission>

This war can not go on! China has mobilized its Army to Korea. This is a warning from me. By now, They are liberating Pyong-Yang as we speak.
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| July 16, 2009, 7:43 am
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Whoohoo! Yeah! I mean... *ahem*

Greetings Gentlemen, I have just returned from a most exhilarating tour of the Panama operation. As Dr. Spontaneous reported, the capture of the canal is going extremely well. Only two Special Forces members went down...and one was revived by the heroic efforts of an MH-6 crew who flew him to an SSW ship where they restarted his heart. He has since been flown to the States, and it appears he will survive, albeit he is in rough shape.

The airport in the small city of Gamboa was seized by Alaskan Special Forces, and additional men and supplies are being flown in to support the remainder of the operation.

As for the question of government, all the URSA asks is permission to use the canal unchallenged. We trust the SSW will find an agreeable method of government. One less drug-smuggling dictator in the world...
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| July 16, 2009, 7:35 pm
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Quoting Christian Collins
One question: Where do I fit in here? As far as I know, I'm only allowed to defend.


Countries are allowed to go on the offensive...as long as they have enough political standing to make everybody else agree to it. Right now the Ukrainean and East Russian Navies are in the China Sea and Sea of Japan, so the URSA would definitely jump at the chance to combine forces and have one heck of a naval battle.

If you're thinking of starting up a campain, I would suggest getting on Wikipedia or something and doing a bit of research on both your own forces, and your opponents. And of course you can build up your own strength by building stuff or trading stuff. Once you have the firepower to do it, find an ally who will help you out, and go for it. If the superpowers all think it's a bad idea, we'll be certain to tell you that.

While I'm on the topic of war, Jack and I had gotten to wondering what would happen if two controlled nations went head-to-head. Well, the situation in specific is the Korean front. The Ukrainean Navy is in the China Sea, East Russia (Kelsey Jewell, newest member in the group) has a huge Navy in the area, and they're pitted against the Republican Navy of America, and probably against the Japanese Navy too, at least if they get too close to shore.

Our initial idea to solving such confrontations was a game along the lines of Axis and Allies, but that really only helps Jack and me. Any other suggestions?
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| July 16, 2009, 7:44 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford
Whoohoo! Yeah! I mean... *ahem*

Greetings Gentlemen, I have just returned from a most exhilarating tour of the Panama operation. As Dr. Spontaneous reported, the capture of the canal is going extremely well. Only two Special Forces members went down...and one was revived by the heroic efforts of an MH-6 crew who flew him to an SSW ship where they restarted his heart. He has since been flown to the States, and it appears he will survive, albeit he is in rough shape.

The airport in the small city of Gamboa was seized by Alaskan Special Forces, and additional men and supplies are being flown in to support the remainder of the operation.

As for the question of government, all the URSA asks is permission to use the canal unchallenged. We trust the SSW will find an agreeable method of government. One less drug-smuggling dictator in the world...

Oh...you mean you wanted me to stop drug-smuggling. I mean...umm...Yes, of course.

Anyhow, with the governmental issue settled, I will bring this to order in my Cabinet and then further down to the Council or Representatives. Of course, the canal is opened to the RA, and I welcome you to build an AF base there. Also, several SSW Raider teams were sent to combat the western portion of the canal as to prevent any espionage from happening.

In other news, my Korean fleet will be arriving on the front shortly. So, President Ford, your orders and intel are welcome.
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| July 16, 2009, 7:49 pm
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As of now, the SSW has launched over 55,000 troops. 30,000 in Panama and 25,000 on the Korean front. Our population is growing, something I thought we could settle by invading Britain for further expansion; this is not the case. Before the campaign, our population stood at about 15 million; with trade and immigration, our population is nearing 45 million. This is too large for our resources.

At present, the Netherlands sports about 50,000 military personnel, a small fraction of our own. So, at 0000 hours, several MCAP flights will begin bombing and attack runs. This will go on for four hours before the main invasion force of 40,000 strong enter the area and begin conquering the country. Naval invasions will head North and begin landing an additional 5,000 to trap and lock the enemy.

Another front will be opened as well. This time, in Austria. Austria stands at 45,000 strong, many of which are young, 16-18 year-old conscripts who haven't seen any military action. Their defense budget is very small, but they are well armed. Again, several MCAP flights will enter the area and will bomb and attack the are for four hours. This time only 35,000 will enter the area after Bérets d'Honneur do several stealth missions to disable what remains of their armour.

Hopefully, the campaigns will be resolved within a matter of weeks seeing as though both militias haven't seen action for some time.
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| July 16, 2009, 8:18 pm
Egypt now sets its sight on Saudi Arabia. Because no one complains when Dr. Spontaneous takes over another country, I think we are safe as well. Two armies and two panzer battalions have been sent through Israel and Jordan to conquer Saudi Arabia and its southern neighbors. Dubai will be a most magnificent addition to the wonderful places in our empire.
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| July 16, 2009, 10:35 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Egypt now sets its sight on Saudi Arabia. Because no one complains when Dr. Spontaneous takes over another country, I think we are safe as well. Two armies and two panzer battalions have been sent through Israel and Jordan to conquer Saudi Arabia and its southern neighbors. Dubai will be a most magnificent addition to the wonderful places in our empire.

lol. No offense meaning to be dealt when I say this, but do you find it offensive when I conquer a nation?
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| July 16, 2009, 10:46 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
lol. No offense meaning to be dealt when I say this, but do you find it offensive when I conquer a nation?

Heck no! I love imperialism!
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| July 16, 2009, 11:05 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Heck no! I love imperialism!

Woot!
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| July 16, 2009, 11:38 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Egypt now sets its sight on Saudi Arabia. Because no one complains when Dr. Spontaneous takes over another country, I think we are safe as well. Two armies and two panzer battalions have been sent through Israel and Jordan to conquer Saudi Arabia and its southern neighbors. Dubai will be a most magnificent addition to the wonderful places in our empire.
As Saudi Arabia is a close Ally of Armenia we will oppose any and all offenseve actions against them. We are sending a squadren of focus ground attack aircraft, squadren of flash air superiority fighters, a full division of infantry and a battalion of T-95's and T-110 battle tanks. We are also putting all stratigic bombers on alert to strike targets in prussia and egypt if you don't stop all offenseve action against saudi arabia.

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| July 16, 2009, 11:49 pm
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At 2315 hours, my Korean fleet landed an amphibious assault on the city of Ongjiri. So far, only 15% of the city and its outskirts have been taken. The combat is fierce, but casualties are rather low at the moment. The aided N. Korean military is fairly trained and well-equipped. If the city can't be taken, or at least the majority of the city, by the end of tomorrow, my forces will fall back and establish HQ on the outskirts of P'yongt'aek.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:00 am
Quoting Cole Atelian
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Egypt now sets its sight on Saudi Arabia. Because no one complains when Dr. Spontaneous takes over another country, I think we are safe as well. Two armies and two panzer battalions have been sent through Israel and Jordan to conquer Saudi Arabia and its southern neighbors. Dubai will be a most magnificent addition to the wonderful places in our empire.
As Saudi Arabia is a close Ally of Armenia we will oppose any and all offenseve actions against them. We are sending a squadren of focus ground attack aircraft, squadren of flash air superiority fighters, a full division of infantry and a battalion of T-95's and T-110 battle tanks. We are also putting all stratigic bombers on alert to strike targets in prussia and egypt if you don't stop all offenseve action against saudi arabia.

Ummmm... i'll hold off the invasion for now while I try to get a special friend's attention here... Oh, and about those bombers, hypersonic interceptors of mine are always on alert, and are now on high alert.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:07 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Woot!

Hey, pal... could you help me out here? Maybe if you could support me in invading Saudi Arabia, I'll give you tons of its oil. Sound like a deal?
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| July 17, 2009, 12:09 am
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Hey, pal... could you help me out here? Maybe if you could support me in invading Saudi Arabia, I'll give you tons of its oil. Sound like a deal?

I will after I close the front in Panama and as soon as I can make sure the ball is in my hand in the European campaigns.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:13 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I will after I close the front in Panama and as soon as I can make sure the ball is in my hand in the European campaigns.

THANK YOU!!! I will assist you in those other fields in order to speed up the process. In the meantime, we will invade Jordan to make way.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:15 am
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Also, Mr. Cliffe, you said you are going to invade Saudi Arabia's neighbors, correct? If so, does this include the UAE?
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| July 17, 2009, 12:16 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Also, Mr. Cliffe, you said you are going to invade Saudi Arabia's neighbors, correct? If so, does this include the UAE?

Yes. (Curious) Any problem with that?
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| July 17, 2009, 12:19 am
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Yes. (Curious) Any problem with that?

No. I was going to open a campaign there to seize their riches and establish rule under my own.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:20 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
No. I was going to open a campaign there to seize their riches and establish rule under my own.

I say we split it, and we each get half of glorious Dubai.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:21 am
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I say we split it, and we each get half of glorious Dubai.

No, all is well. No need to split a city.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:23 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
No, all is well. No need to split a city.

Then... who gets it? Because I would like it also.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:24 am
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Then... who gets it? Because I would like it also.

It's yours. I have no need for any other lands as of now. Plus, with the Ukrainian military base so close, I feel they may take it as a threat. Still I will assist you in your conquest.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:28 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
It's yours. I have no need for any other lands as of now. Plus, with the Ukrainian military base so close, I feel they may take it as a threat. Still I will assist you in your conquest.

Thanks again. Now, to aide you in Panama- Jägers will be deployed to help finish up the situation. Another note- I will be gone tomorrow from 10:00 in the morning until sometime in the afternoon at Six Flags. I will report to you whn I am back. As of now, I must be to bed. I yawn. Field Marshal Cliffe signing off.
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| July 17, 2009, 12:34 am
i am invadeing western usa.(no one is claiming it)
if i do not get a reply in 24 HOURS I WILL NUKE THE STATE OF USA!!!!!
thank you for your time
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| July 17, 2009, 1:28 am
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
i am invadeing western usa.(no one is claiming it)
if i do not get a reply in 24 HOURS I WILL NUKE THE STATE OF USA!!!!!
thank you for your time

Western America is under Filipino command, I do believe.
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| July 17, 2009, 1:32 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Western America is under Filipino command, I do believe.

i am part fillipino,i will still invade
my top scientist have built a tec suit
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| July 17, 2009, 1:34 am
Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
i am part Filipino,i will still invade
my top scientist have built a tec suit
It is not under Filipino control. I went there for a diplomatic mission. WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO to prove it!?

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| July 17, 2009, 4:18 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Western America is under Filipino command, I do believe.
No it's not. I was there for a diplomatic mission (really a vacation)

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| July 17, 2009, 4:20 am
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As saudi arabia and jordan are members of the U.A.N then any offensive action against them will be considered an act of war on Armenia.
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| July 17, 2009, 11:01 am
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Quoting Brian Tioseco
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Western America is under Filipino command, I do believe.
No it's not. I was there for a diplomatic mission (really a vacation)

I see. My apologies; the map seems to represent the Philippines as having the Western US under their command. >_>
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| July 17, 2009, 1:56 pm
me to.i didnt have my glasses.bbut now i invade alaska! 12 hours to comply
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I see. My apologies; the map seems to represent the Philippines as having the Western US under their command. >_>


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| July 17, 2009, 2:30 pm
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The assault on Ongjiri has finally made great progress. My forces have wedged themselves in the center of the city, and with few casualties thus far. I have great respect for all of Korea, but the war here must come to an end and the only way to do so is for it to fall under one command. Still, this bias cannot get in the way of combat. My division of men have set artillery positions to pinpoint exact targets as to reduce collateral damage.

In other news, the Austrian front is coming along nicely. The conscripts are possessing little threat, but their equipment is very powerful. Still, we have spearheaded through very nicely as of now. Feldkirch, Mittenwald, Innsbruck and Worgl are under our control, but with pockets of resistance still at hand.

The Netherlands front is a different story. Having been one of the oldest militias in the world, the Netherlands' military is quite proud and powerful. My forces only stand at the borders for the Netherlands and have only taken four cities; Maastricht, Heerland, Sittard and Weert. My amphibious assault has pushed through their Navy and will be landing in two cities; Haarlem and Beverwijk. Hopefully, with the taking of these two cities, my forces will have a lucrative way to enter and take Amsterdam.

The Panama campaign boast even greater news. My assault on the western portion of the nation has lead to the besiegement of Panama City; the capital. The city hasn't surrender quite yet, which has lead to artillery strikes bombarding the city. Hopefully, the RA SEALs will be able to capture the Panamanian President.
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| July 17, 2009, 3:40 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The assault on Ongjiri has finally made great progress. My forces have wedged themselves in the center of the city, and with few casualties thus far. I have great respect for all of Korea, but the war here must come to an end and the only way to do so is for it to fall under one command. Still, this bias cannot get in the way of combat. My division of men have set artillery positions to pinpoint exact targets as to reduce collateral damage.

In other news, the Austrian front is coming along nicely. The conscripts are possessing little threat, but their equipment is very powerful. Still, we have spearheaded through very nicely as of now. Feldkirch, Mittenwald, Innsbruck and Worgl are under our control, but with pockets of resistance still at hand.

The Netherlands front is a different story. Having been one of the oldest militias in the world, the Netherlands' military is quite proud and powerful. My forces only stand at the borders for the Netherlands and have only taken four cities; Maastricht, Heerland, Sittard and Weert. My amphibious assault has pushed through their Navy and will be landing in two cities; Haarlem and Beverwijk. Hopefully, with the taking of these two cities, my forces will have a lucrative way to enter and take Amsterdam.

The Panama campaign boast even greater news. My assault on the western portion of the nation has lead to the besiegement of Panama City; the capital. The city hasn't surrender quite yet, which has lead to artillery strikes bombarding the city. Hopefully, the RA SEALs will be able to capture the Panamanian President.

Hey, isn't the Netherlands under Nathanian control? Anyway- I'm back, and ready for action. Will we take Jordan first?
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| July 17, 2009, 8:44 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Hey, isn't the Netherlands under Nathanian control? Anyway- I'm back, and ready for action. Will we take Jordan first?

I believe you're thinking of Denmark. Anyhow, it seems you've already made plans to take to Jordan, so I suppose I'll move along with that. As of now, I can only give air support and a small amount of MRNCs; 12 to be exact. My flights will be flying over MU territory and then to Egypt to use your air bases with you permission.
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| July 17, 2009, 8:56 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I believe you're thinking of Denmark. Anyhow, it seems you've already made plans to take to Jordan, so I suppose I'll move along with that. As of now, I can only give air support and a small amount of MRNCs; 12 to be exact. My flights will be flying over MU territory and then to Egypt to use your air bases with you permission.

Permission given. Initiating assault.
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| July 17, 2009, 9:22 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Permission given. Initiating assault.

Please give a one hour delay for the flights,and a three hour one for the MRNCs.
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| July 17, 2009, 9:31 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Please give a one hour delay for the flights,and a three hour one for the MRNCs.

Acknowledged- and, as it is late, let us commence the attack in the morning.
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| July 18, 2009, 12:38 am
yes, it is aggreed
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Acknowledged- and, as it is late, let us commence the attack in the morning.


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| July 18, 2009, 4:52 am
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Quoting Jack Ford

Ukraine is capable of performing this action, but over half of our effective force is deployed in Eastern China in the North Korea campain, and another third is busy with Israel, but the remainder of the AF, with thirty five Tu-225s, will aid in the camppain, and 2,000 Storm Troopers have been left in Ukraine in case of an emergency, so they can help.

Will 2,000 infantry, 35 Tu-225s, and 40 Attack Heli's do the job?

Ukraine: We would be willing to trade you 5 AR-59 Blowtorch bombers for eight Su-51 Fafnirs. Oh and we are requesting your assistance on the matter of Prusso-egypt invading saudi Arabia.

Jordan and Saudi Arabia: we have called up the Guard and the army reserves and are sending a another two divisions of infantry, one armoured division, two more flash squadrens and one focus squadren to Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

Space: The first of our planned next generation sattalites are schedualled to be launched to be launched August 25, 2035.

What is the situation in the Balakans.
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| July 18, 2009, 10:33 am
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Quoting Commander Dave Smith of the 198th Legion
As of now there are UR troops in Amesterdam. We could pull them out for 10,000 dollars or you can accept our help in an invasion. Amsterdam is a rich city so the UR will be willing to split the UR has north Netherlans you have south. Amsterdam is in the border you get south amsterdam i get north. so yes or no?

Negative. You have never laid claim to the Netherlands in any forum, and you have no equipment to supply your troops for the duration of this campaign. I will give you $1 million to exit the country and not intervene with what I am trying to accomplish. Obviously, you have no idea why I am invading the Netherlands and Austria. My nation's population is growing exponentially, and I need all the resources I can get to supply my citizens. Splitting a nation will do no good if this is the case. Please, pull out before any unnecessary lives are taken. Because of intervention, naval and air defense will be increased.
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| July 18, 2009, 3:40 pm
Since this morning, we have battled hard all day in Jordan- and we have finally captured Amman. Jordan is ours! Now we must plan our attack on Saudi Arabia. Dr. Spontaneous, do you have any ideas?
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| July 18, 2009, 4:09 pm
Quoting Commander Dave Smith of the 198th Legion
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The assault on Ongjiri has finally made great progress. My forces have wedged themselves in the center of the city, and with few casualties thus far. I have great respect for all of Korea, but the war here must come to an end and the only way to do so is for it to fall under one command. Still, this bias cannot get in the way of combat. My division of men have set artillery positions to pinpoint exact targets as to reduce collateral damage.

In other news, the Austrian front is coming along nicely. The conscripts are possessing little threat, but their equipment is very powerful. Still, we have spearheaded through very nicely as of now. Feldkirch, Mittenwald, Innsbruck and Worgl are under our control, but with pockets of resistance still at hand.

The Netherlands front is a different story. Having been one of the oldest militias in the world, the Netherlands' military is quite proud and powerful. My forces only stand at the borders for the Netherlands and have only taken four cities; Maastricht, Heerland, Sittard and Weert. My amphibious assault has pushed through their Navy and will be landing in two cities; Haarlem and Beverwijk. Hopefully, with the taking of these two cities, my forces will have a lucrative way to enter and take Amsterdam.

The Panama campaign boast even greater news. My assault on the western portion of the nation has lead to the besiegement of Panama City; the capital. The city hasn't surrender quite yet, which has lead to artillery strikes bombarding the city. Hopefully, the RA SEALs will be able to capture the Panamanian President.
As of now there are UR troops in Amesterdam. We could pull them out for 10,000 dollars or you can accept our help in an invasion. Amsterdam is a rich city so the UR will be willing to split the UR has north Netherlans you have south. Amsterdam is in the border you get south amsterdam i get north. so yes or no?

I also fully support Dr. Spontaneous. If you do not withdraw, what little forces you have will be crushed. Prussia itself borders the Netherlands, you know.
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| July 18, 2009, 4:12 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Since this morning, we have battled hard all day in Jordan- and we have finally captured Amman. Jordan is ours! Now we must plan our attack on Saudi Arabia. Dr. Spontaneous, do you have any ideas?

Nice to see Jordan is ours. However, we cannot move all of our forces to Saudi Arabia. According to the UAN, they are sending reserves and are trying to obtain help from Ukraine. We, more so you, will have to fortify the capital and important highways to transport goods. Still, we have the element of speed and surprise, seeing as though reserve forces are all that are being sent. Air raids and various sorties should be flown upon the air bases that are placed in Saudi Arabia and neighboring allies. Separate armour columns should be sent via the major highways and commence on the capital. If we can establish forces in three separate directions and area, the forces we are working with can cover a more effective area. With all being said, I may have to withdraw my forces to be sent to the Netherlands front here shortly depending on the UR's actions. And better yet, to the RA seeing as though they maybe in distress. I trust you can handle things if I withdraw, correct?
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| July 18, 2009, 4:25 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Nice to see Jordan is ours. However, we cannot move all of our forces to Saudi Arabia. According to the UAN, they are sending reserves and are trying to obtain help from Ukraine. We, more so you, will have to fortify the capital and important highways to transport goods. Still, we have the element of speed and surprise, seeing as though reserve forces are all that are being sent. Air raids and various sorties should be flown upon the air bases that are placed in Saudi Arabia and neighboring allies. Separate armour columns should be sent via the major highways and commence on the capital. If we can establish forces in three separate directions and area, the forces we are working with can cover a more effective area. With all being said, I may have to withdraw my forces to be sent to the Netherlands front here shortly depending on the UR's actions. And better yet, to the RA seeing as though they maybe in distress. I trust you can handle things if I withdraw, correct?

Correct. Three panzer divisions are now being sent to Riyadh on three desert roads. Bombers will commence air raids on Saudi airfields that we will not use. Forces have also set up a defensive artillery perimeter around Amman. The Egyptian Navy has already secured the Persian Gulf and Egyptian Marines are Landing in the UAE. Abu Dhabi will be ours shortly.
One more thing- we also already took Muscat, capital of Oman.
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| July 18, 2009, 4:45 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Correct. Three panzer divisions are now being sent to Riyadh on three desert roads. Bombers will commence air raids on Saudi airfields that we will not use. Forces have also set up a defensive artillery perimeter around Amman. The Egyptian Navy has already secured the Persian Gulf and Egyptian Marines are Landing in the UAE. Abu Dhabi will be ours shortly.
One more thing- we also already took Muscat, capital of Oman.

Very good. I'll have to withdraw a portion of my troops and planes. No worries though, Austria has become a small challenge and should fall within a week's time. So, my reserves should enter the CZ soon. Out of the 12 MRNCs, 480 soldiers, and 12 MCAPs sent; I will be withdrawing all but 6 MRNCs, 300 soldiers,and 4 MCAPs. These forces are at your command.
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| July 18, 2009, 4:55 pm
Abu Dhabi is ours- and with it the United Arab Emirates!
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| July 18, 2009, 4:58 pm
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We are scrambeling Flash squadrens to intercept the bombers and the flash squadrens to bomb the tank divisions. The Ar-59's are also bombing marines in the UAE.
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| July 18, 2009, 6:45 pm
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The SSW is beginning to phase out troops from the joint-operation in Saudi Arabia and the like. With the UR in the Netherlands, we may have to post additional forces to fight two separate groups. With no reply as of yet, this gives additional time to arm and prime the MCAP flights, as well as dividing the troops for a possible push through Amsterdam.

With that aside, the Austrian front is going well. The conscripts all but cower after seeing the amour columns that flow through their cities. The elite of Austria do put up a good fight, however. The Leopard IIs are a bit dated in places, but still good opponents. By next week's end, Austria should be secured.

The Panamanian front is even better. The center of the nation has been completely captured, which leads to the full use of the Panama Canal. Now, forces must develop to the North and South to push out any pockets of resistance. All should be secured by the mid of next week. Forces will be phased to the RA if we can make heads or tails of what is actually going on and if they are indeed in distress.
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| July 18, 2009, 6:54 pm
hey crazy i am russia
Quoting Commander Dave Smith of the 198th Legion
Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
i am invadeing western usa.(no one is claiming it)
if i do not get a reply in 24 HOURS I WILL NUKE THE STATE OF USA!!!!!
thank you for your time
Nuking the US will be a massive mistake. As you all know the UR have the Largest Nuculer Arsenal in hte World. So you Nuke Western US I Nuke you back because we have troops there mining Uranium gold and silver. Also we really need the land in New York and Pennsylvannia because the UR population is growing and if the UR hopes to stay in the top 3 richest countrys in the world we need the land.


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| July 18, 2009, 8:55 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
We are scrambeling Flash squadrens to intercept the bombers and the flash squadrens to bomb the tank divisions. The Ar-59's are also bombing marines in the UAE.

Black Eagles are covering the tanks. Bat-Hawks have been sent to back up the bombers and have intercepted the Ar-59s- an air battle is ensuing. But.. um... how do we decide who wins? Mr. Ford?
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| July 18, 2009, 9:13 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Black Eagles are covering the tanks. Bat-Hawks have been sent to back up the bombers and have intercepted the Ar-59s- an air battle is ensuing. But.. um... how do we decide who wins? Mr. Ford?

I think that's an on-going problem. I don't think the Admins have settled a sure-proof way yet. Personally, I would just say size up the equipment and go from there.
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| July 18, 2009, 10:02 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I think that's an on-going problem. I don't think the Admins have settled a sure-proof way yet. Personally, I would just say size up the equipment and go from there.

Thanks! Good idea.
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| July 18, 2009, 10:08 pm
Well, because you never said your bombers had escort, I think they are destroyed, Mr. Atelian.
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| July 18, 2009, 10:10 pm
Panzer Division A and their infantry support have also reached and captured Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, by now. The government is being held hostage. For every half hour Armenia does not begin withdrawing troops, a politician will be executed.
Another note- the other two panzer divisions I sent were fakes. Rubber shapes on top of remote controlled cars. It is confirmed they have been annihilated by Armenian bombers
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| July 18, 2009, 10:18 pm
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The focus bombers i sent against the Panzer divisions were highly monuveravable at low speeds and were equiped with two air to air missiles each. I am wondering what you sent against the Bombers in the UAE. most of my forces were stationed in and around the saudi capital. Also seeing that my forces are regulars that have seen service in Turkey and Iran i doubt your forces were able to over run them. we are also launching a naval strike package against egypt.
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| July 18, 2009, 10:26 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Egypt now sets its sight on Saudi Arabia. Because no one complains when Dr. Spontaneous takes over another country, I think we are safe as well. Two armies and two panzer battalions have been sent through Israel and Jordan to conquer Saudi Arabia and its southern neighbors. Dubai will be a most magnificent addition to the wonderful places in our empire.


I regret to inform you, but as an ally to the UAN, I must stand against your forces.

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| July 18, 2009, 10:55 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
The focus bombers i sent against the Panzer divisions were highly monuveravable at low speeds and were equiped with two air to air missiles each. I am wondering what you sent against the Bombers in the UAE. most of my forces were stationed in and around the saudi capital. Also seeing that my forces are regulars that have seen service in Turkey and Iran i doubt your forces were able to over run them. we are also launching a naval strike package against egypt.

Alright- I think we need to stop or something, this is getting crazy and out of hand. I think it is best that we wait until the admins find a way for us to fight appropriately. Temporary truce?
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| July 18, 2009, 11:00 pm
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In respect to our less powerful ally, the Republic of Armenia, Ukraine will counter-attack the invading forces with all it's available power; 25 Su-51s and 34 Tu-225s at 2:00 AM tommorrow morning. Immediately following, 58 Ka-50 Black Sharks will sweep in, destroying all they can. After giving the Kamovs an hour to work, Mil-8s will air-lift 200 Storm Troopers. With luck, this will be the deciding factor of this war. Peace negotiations are still open.

Ukraine would be glad to trade eight Su-51s for the Bombers.
For your benifit, Ukraine is also offering Ka-65 Stealth Helicopters and Tu-225s if they are deemed usefull to your fleet.


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| July 18, 2009, 11:05 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
In respect to our less powerful ally, the Republic of Armenia, Ukraine will counter-attack the invading forces with all it's available power; 25 Su-51s and 34 Tu-225s at 2:00 AM tommorrow morning. Immediately following, 58 Ka-50 Black Sharks will sweep in, destroying all they can. After giving the Kamovs an hour to work, Mil-8s will air-lift 200 Storm Troopers. With luck, this will be the deciding factor of this war. Peace negotiations are still open.

Ukraine would be glad to trade eight Su-51s for the Bombers.
For your benifit, Ukraine is also offering Ka-65 Stealth Helicopters and Tu-225s if they are deemed usefull to your fleet.


All troops are to be redirected towards the UAE. We are abandoning Saudi Arabia. Are you still going to fight?
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| July 18, 2009, 11:15 pm
I'm about to fall asleep, so please do not act upon my forces until you hear from me in the morning. signing offjlotygilhjk
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| July 18, 2009, 11:39 pm
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Prusso-Egypt: I do agree a cease fire is in order but not until all of your troops have left the arabian pennisula and the middle east. We would be have no problems with your expansion as long as you don't invade my allies.

Ukraine: The eight Fafnir's would be more than satisfactory we do not require the extra air craft. We are also wondering if you would like to enter a joint venture for a large cargo aircraft?

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| July 18, 2009, 11:41 pm
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With no word from the UR, SSW Marines have made enough progress to enter the Amsterdam area. If they agree to withdraw, they will be given safe passage. If not, two armour columns will enter the city after several MCAP sorties administer precision bombing. So, it’s all up to you, Mr. Dave Smith.

In other news, all forces are shipping back to SSW territory. With Ukraine intervening in the Saudi Arabian campaign, and with the UR intervening in the Netherlands, no unnecessary losses need to be created.

Also, the Panamanian front is almost entirely cleared up. Pockets of Guerrillas still resist, but this is only minor. A squadron of MCAPs will be flying overseas to give additional data in its combat effectiveness.

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| July 18, 2009, 11:44 pm
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With the UR out of the picture, the Netherlands campaign rolls on. After guiding UR troops out of the Amsterdam area, the Marines that landed earlier have entered the city. The enemy seems sure not to lose their city, I can't blame them, but it must be had. Combat in the south is growing bit less weary. Using the same tactics and strategy in Austria, we have wedged our selves as to fight them off from all fronts. MCAP sorties still fly ahead and waste most of their defenses.

Austria is going even better. The capital of Vienna has been captured, but not secured. Armour columns have become more frequent and the Austrian elite have held their positions for some time. The younger conscripts on the other hand, have become more prone to surrender. Some three thousand POWs have been captured.

Panama is almost completely sealed and conquered. With just under 80% claimed and secured, we have made sure that we can capture the rest.
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| July 19, 2009, 12:56 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Prusso-Egypt: I do agree a cease fire is in order but not until all of your troops have left the arabian pennisula and the middle east. We would be have no problems with your expansion as long as you don't invade my allies.

Ukraine: The eight Fafnir's would be more than satisfactory we do not require the extra air craft. We are also wondering if you would like to enter a joint venture for a large cargo aircraft?

Alright. Just because I don't feel like fighting, my troops will leave the Arabian peninsula immediately.
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| July 19, 2009, 5:21 pm
I am happy to say, I have readied an invasion force of massive size and am about to level Pyongyang to the ground.
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| July 19, 2009, 6:04 pm
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Thank you Mr. Cliffe I hope this spark in hostileties between our two nations does not happen again.
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| July 19, 2009, 8:16 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
Since the MU is close to Austria, we can house some of those POWs if you wish.

A kind offer, but the POWs will stay in their homeland. Transportation of the size would cost too much of my tax-payer's dollars and I would like my public to feel they are apart of something righteous.
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| July 19, 2009, 8:58 pm
Quoting Commander Dave Smith of the 198th Legion
Quoting Will Gober President of the Republic of Texas
I am happy to say, I have readied an invasion force of massive size and am about to level Pyongyang to the ground.
Great! Now when South Korea is ours we will have a foot hold in Asia Then WE all push north and we will have a massive offencive ready for China. But now is not the time.

what is your country
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| July 20, 2009, 3:23 am
Quoting Commander Dave Smith of the 198th Legion
The UR troops that were in Netherlands are now in Scotland. Knowing that the SSW is not there we plan to push to only a little bit of England But all of Scotland. We will also try to take London IF the MU allows it. If not. We will stick with Scotland and Northern England.

are you in the uen
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| July 20, 2009, 3:25 am
F13 soldiers have attacked a Prussian post in Saudi Arabia and are heading west to Egypt. Cliffe, I have sent a new Weapons system that your men will use. It can withstand tremendous heat of the jungles and deserts along with the Hell-Cats lead by General "Kitty". You remember her right? Well, The Philippines is ready to aid a comrade in need. Also, The F13 leader has been captured. They probably attacked the Prussian soldiers because of that. None the less, I'LL AVENGE YOU!
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| July 20, 2009, 7:49 am
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It seems the Korean front is about to heat up. If the MU sends reserves and aid to China, and later engages in Korea, this may be the first time the MU and SSW engage each other. Still, I have not heard any word from President Ford and this means I will have to go ahead on my own until I have the intel I need from his troops. In any case, the battles in Ongjin have ceased and have lead to a grueling victory for the SSW. Our presence here may lead to several counter-offensive assaults, which has lead to the fortification of the city. Anti-submarine pylons and charges have been placed along the peninsula to offer a bit of protection. AA emplacements have been set, as well as standard artillery.

In other news, Panama has been completely taken with the aid of the RA. However, stabilization reforms within the government must be set to help reboot the economy and give aid to those who have lost property or possessions during the combat period. Shipyards will be built along both coast of Panama to set a boost in the economy and reduce costs back home.

Also, the campaigning in the Netherlands is growing very dramatic. It seems the Netherlands has pulled troops from its immediate borders to give aid to those in Amsterdam. The Marines sent there are now in a deadly pocket. Relief forces will be sent at 1300 hours via the capture port-cities to reinforce the Marines combating in the capital. Even so, the campaign still goes well.

Adding to the campaign note, Austria is filled with chaos. The forces are no longer fighting in unison since the capital was taken. It seems insubordination is occurring more frequently amongst the younger Austrian soldier. Hopefully, we can end the combat soon as to reduce the number of casualties and damage. Still, both campaigns should be over within this week's time.

Finally, I would like to open a pact; the Nuclear Defense and Reduction Agreement (NDRA). The NDRA will make each nation reduce their nuclear warheads to 200 max.; launch a joint-operation to set up Intercontinental Nuclear Defense Satellites (ICNDS); and it also sets agreement that no nation under this agreement will fire nuclear arms at one another.
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| July 20, 2009, 1:05 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
Prusso-Egypt: I do agree a cease fire is in order but not until all of your troops have left the arabian pennisula and the middle east. We would be have no problems with your expansion as long as you don't invade my allies.

Ukraine: The eight Fafnir's would be more than satisfactory we do not require the extra air craft. We are also wondering if you would like to enter a joint venture for a large cargo aircraft?


Ukraine is quite content with the performance of the An-124 cargo lifter, but Antonov designers would be glad to help in your design.
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| July 20, 2009, 2:20 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
All troops are to be redirected towards the UAE. We are abandoning Saudi Arabia. Are you still going to fight?

Conflict with Prusso-Egypt is the last thing that Ukraine needs. If possible, peace would be desireable. With Israel showing more definite signs of hostility, Ukraine needs all the troops it can get. We are greatly thankfull for your choice to evacuate Saudi Arabia.
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| July 20, 2009, 2:24 pm
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Ukraine is quite @#$%ed off at recent hostility in Israel. A small Ukranian Ambulance was ambushed by an Israeli "Special" ops corp. The crew, including an injured soldier, were taken to a small Airforce/army base and forced to stand with their back to the wall or be shot. In sheer anger, a nearby squad of Storm Troopers mounted an assault on the enemy position. The Assault was a failure, but the Medics managed to escape in the Melee. A "Vengance flight" of Tu-225s is sheduled to pulverise the Cr*p out of the Israeli Base. War in inevitable. We will win or die trying.

This is a real story it really happened in the LEGO war game! ;-) I'm actually going to use Shturmoviks, but...
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| July 20, 2009, 2:33 pm
Quoting Commander Dave Smith of the 198th Legion
No. I'm not RA or CAS either. I'm UR. Michigan, Wisconson, Minnesotia!

then i nuke you(maby,only if you upset me)
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| July 20, 2009, 3:53 pm
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
then i nuke you(maby,only if you upset me)

I am not sure if Michael has explained the rules to you yet but if you nuke somebody the rest of us get to nuke you.
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| July 20, 2009, 4:20 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
I am not sure if Michael has explained the rules to you yet but if you nuke somebody the rest of us get to nuke you.

Yup. And the Admins have "Administrative" ICWs.
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| July 20, 2009, 4:59 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
I am not sure if Michael has explained the rules to you yet but if you nuke somebody the rest of us get to nuke you.

read what i said "ONLY IF YOU UPSET ME"read better
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| July 20, 2009, 5:08 pm
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Yes i realize this. i was just making sure you knew.

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| July 20, 2009, 5:20 pm
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
read what i said "ONLY IF YOU UPSET ME"read better

The case of which you launch a nuke doesn't matter; you launch one, everyone launches one back.
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| July 20, 2009, 5:41 pm
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Since this page takes a bit too long to scroll down, future comments will be posted in Part IX (4)


LOCKING CONVERSATION THREAD...
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| July 20, 2009, 6:03 pm
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Since this page takes a bit too long to scroll down, future comments will be posted in Part IX (4)


LOCKING CONVERSATION THREAD...
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| July 20, 2009, 6:03 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Since this page takes a bit too long to scroll down, future comments will be posted in Part IX (4)


LOCKING CONVERSATION THREAD...

it was a joke ok!!!!(plus we are building an under ground base in case of nucler war.NOTE we are still BUILDING,so we are testing designs.)
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| July 20, 2009, 6:28 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Since this page takes a bit too long to scroll down, future comments will be posted in Part IX (4)


LOCKING CONVERSATION THREAD...

Already?! It seems we're a loquacious this summer...
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