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International Conversation Forum Pt. VII
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Headlines from last one:

UR is being divvied up by conquering nations. I still haven't heard from Dave about what happens next.

Awesome-o-saurus has joined the group as the URSA states of Washington and Oregon.

Shock and Awe has joined the group as the Republic of Scotland.

Oklahoma has seceded from the URSA and joined its next-door neighbor Texas. Texas is negotiating with Louisiana and Arkansas: Prusso-Egypt is also looking into the area.

And...I think that covers most of it.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:14 pm
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Washington and Oregon have combined in all but name. People are trying to think of name, in fact. We need a place for our new-found army of old surplusses to go. Also, negotiations look to be hopeful with British Columbia and Yukon. It's still too early to tell though.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:19 pm
Quoting Michael Ford
Headlines from last one:

UR is being divvied up by conquering nations. I still haven't heard from Dave about what happens next.

Awesome-o-saurus has joined the group as the URSA states of Washington and Oregon.

Shock and Awe has joined the group as the Republic of Scotland.

Oklahoma has seceded from the URSA and joined its next-door neighbor Texas. Texas is negotiating with Louisiana and Arkansas: Prusso-Egypt is also looking into the area.

And...I think that covers most of it.

It appears the midwestern states had been brainwashed by the Democrat's new "Star and Gear" mercenaries. Texas now controls New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and is negotiating with Louisiana.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:19 pm
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In acknowledgement of the RA's agreement to allow SSW open facilities in the URSA, the SSW will further extend the invitation to open factories in Alaska as well. The SSW will build the facilities on its own accord; meaning with its own money. The specified units open to development are as follows: LUTs, LATs, ALRVs, and ISUs.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:22 pm
In more recent news, the governor of Louisiana has landed on the Heliport in the Capitol grounds and is currently signing the "Oklahoma City Pact." It turns out the plane was struck by lighting and had one out of the eight engines fail, but the plain landed safely never-the-less.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:25 pm
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With Texas opening negotiations with several States, the SSW feels obliged to do the same. Namely, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama. Seeing as though their economies and culture are the same as that of the SAP, the SSW would like to peacefully extend itself upon these States to upon commerce and stability.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:26 pm
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The goverment of Oregon-Washington, after gathering an army, and now having nowhere to put it, have come up with the idea to have the idle armies start a large marksmenship tournement to further train soldiers. And, the final name suggestions are in:

1: Oregon-Washington (long but simple)
2: Cascadia (stolen from a past seccesionist movement from the days of the USA)
3: Pacific Union (makes it sound more like a nation than a state)

The voting now begins...


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| August 21, 2009, 10:32 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
The goverment of Oregon-Washington, after gathering an army, and now having nowhere to put it, have come up with the idea to have the idle armies start a large marksmenship tournement to further train soldiers. And, the final name suggestions are in:

1: Oregon-Washington (long but simple)
2: Cascadia (stolen from a past seccesionist movement from the days of the USA)
3: Pacific Union (makes it sound more like a nation than a state)

The voting now begins...


I like Pacific Union, but you should decide.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:34 pm
Is everyone gone?
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| August 21, 2009, 10:43 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
I like Pacific Union, but you should decide.


I posted them to see what people's thoughts were.

And elsewhere, in some small town in northern Alberta, the negotiations with the two Canadian provinces (that's what they're called, right) have gone well. In exchange for some new industry and exporting oppurtunities, along with better goverment funding, British Columbia and the Yukon Territory have decided to join the United Republican States of America. Alaska is now linked with the other states.

Now, Michael Ford, should we divide them up under our control, or are you find with Alaska?
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| August 21, 2009, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Is everyone gone?


I'm here, but working on my F-22 at the same time.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:44 pm
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Oregon-Washington: I Agree I think Pacific Union.

Plans are Being drawn up to invade a Portion of Bulgaria. During the Turkish Civil war Bulgaria took the land around Istanbul and I plan on taking it back.

Mikoian is planing to unveiled a new high speed high altitude interceptor tomarrow. It is planned to be sold on the export market and serve little in the Armenian Air Force. The main customers are planned to be Eastern Russia and Oregon-Washington. We are also planning to convince the Ukraine, Alaska, Nathania, and Japan to purchase it.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:48 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
With Texas opening negotiations with several States, the SSW feels obliged to do the same. Namely, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama. Seeing as though their economies and culture are the same as that of the SAP, the SSW would like to peacefully extend itself upon these States to upon commerce and stability.

I'll now let the Kaiser Pharaoh speak- he should be doing the talking-

"Do not forget, friend, that my empire is in possession of all eastern American states besides your original four and Nathania's northern states. However, we have little interest in Alabama and Mississippi. Their governors shall be glad to negotiate, I'm sure."

I'm now also thinking about once more attempting to replicate the 2035 map and keep it updated- through any means necessary. I may even attempt to print out a map, color it, then take pictures of it and post them. Not that Mr. Ford doesn't do a good job or anything, it's just that I like maps and I like to keep things updated.

More news- after our 'propaganda' was first seen in the western states, quite many African nations, faced with horrendous problems as usual, are begging to be annexed. The Pharaoh and his Vizier are currently negotiating with just about all of the north African nations and some of the west African ones- namely Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, and Chad.
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| August 21, 2009, 10:58 pm
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Seeing as though peace has prevailed with British Colombia and company, the SSW would like to create a port in Oregon-Washington. Seeing as though the named territory is rather fresh, military protection to ease the RA's over-extended forces would do them good. If anything, I think it would be beneficial to let the promised forces sent from Panama and the SAP to stay in the area for at least one to three months to allow Oregon-Washington to stabilize.

Speaking of which, the Pacific Union sounds best for namesake purposes.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:00 pm
Fellow leaders, tonight a nation will fall, and that nation will be North Korea. With their men demoralized and their resources depleted we will attack. I call on all leaders, that stand for justice to rally with me and destroy Pyongyang.
My fighter-bombers will be dropping MOABs on several HVTs and inner-city buildings. If you have any troops in the area please assist Texas and SSW in the fight against a tyrant. Within the hour a combined force of around 15,000 troops will storm Pyongyang Aided by artillery.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:03 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I'll now let the Kaiser Pharaoh speak- he should be doing the talking-

"Do not forget, friend, that my empire is in possession of all eastern American states besides your original four and Nathania's northern states. However, we have little interest in Alabama and Mississippi. Their governors shall be glad to negotiate, I'm sure."

I'm now also thinking about once more attempting to replicate the 2035 map and keep it updated- through any means necessary. I may even attempt to print out a map, color it, then take pictures of it and post them. Not that Mr. Ford doesn't do a good job or anything, it's just that I like maps and I like to keep things updated.

More news- after our 'propaganda' was first seen in the western states, quite many African nations, faced with horrendous problems as usual, are begging to be annexed. The Pharaoh and his Vizier are currently negotiating with just about all of the north African nations and some of the west African ones- namely Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, and Chad.

Indeed. I do apologize for the inconveniences and failure of my memory. Anyhow, you've stated possession of Alabama and Mississippi, but what is the status of Tennessee. I'm assuming it belongs to Prusso-Egypt as well? Moving on, if it does I will propose a purchase of 5 billion backed by trade of military goods, as well as more essential goods such as rice, timber, etc.

Also, I may add that portions of Morocco are currently under MU control.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:05 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Seeing as though peace has prevailed with British Colombia and company, the SSW would like to create a port in Oregon-Washington. Seeing as though the named territory is rather fresh, military protection to ease the RA's over-extended forces would do them good. If anything, I think it would be beneficial to let the promised forces sent from Panama and the SAP to stay in the area for at least one to three months to allow Oregon-Washington to stabilize.

Speaking of which, the Pacific Union sounds best for namesake purposes.

Anyhow, the SSW representatives have been sent to the earlier-mentioned States for negotiations. Without a doubt, Alabama will join to relieve political and economic pressure. Mississippi, however, may choose to pardon itself with Texas. Tennessee is a fairly strong State in its-own and may decide to stay neutral, but there is a possibility of it joining the SAP for the shared reasons as Alabama.

I would like to ask Alaska and the SSW for the go-ahead to invade Pyongyang. Tonight we crush all communist opposition.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:05 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
I would like to ask Alaska and the SSW for the go-ahead to invade Pyongyang. Tonight we crush all communist opposition.

The SSW will begin mobilization and assault preparations. The flag for attack has been woven.

Also, please keep an eye out for my Raiders on the ground. They'll be tagged by infrared strobes.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:08 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW will begin mobilization and assault preparations. The flag for attack has been woven.

Also, please keep an eye out for my Raiders on the ground. They'll be tagged by infrared strobes.

I believe your Raiders shall have no problems seeing as most of the HVTs are in large inner city buildings or rural bunkers.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:10 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Seeing as though peace has prevailed with British Colombia and company, the SSW would like to create a port in Oregon-Washington. Seeing as though the named territory is rather fresh, military protection to ease the RA's over-extended forces would do them good. If anything, I think it would be beneficial to let the promised forces sent from Panama and the SAP to stay in the area for at least one to three months to allow Oregon-Washington to stabilize.

Speaking of which, the Pacific Union sounds best for namesake purposes.


The forging of Oregon-Washington is now official, the Pacific Union has been created, a super-state, if you will.

And you have permission to create a port, the best place would be British Columbia, as Oregon and Washington's good port spots have already been taken, and anything else on the coast is not able to be used for large ships.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:11 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
I believe your Raiders shall have no problems seeing as most of the HVTs are in large inner city buildings or rural bunkers.

Very good. I simply wanted to state that notion based upon your dropping of MOABs.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:11 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Very good. I simply wanted to state that notion based upon your dropping of MOABs.

I see.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:14 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

The forging of Oregon-Washington is now official, the Pacific Union has been created, a super-state, if you will.

And you have permission to create a port, the best place would be British Columbia, as Oregon and Washington's good port spots have already been taken, and anything else on the coast is not able to be used for large ships.

Very good. If possible, I would like to open this port near Kitimat. This is near the middle designation of both Alaska and the Pacific Union, which would allow the facilities promised to be built here as well. Thus, the shipping of goods will be a one-area task for the most part and the price of building the facilities will be reduced.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:16 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Very good. If possible, I would like to open this port near Kitimat. This is near the middle designation of both Alaska and the Pacific Union, which would allow the facilities promised to be built here as well. Thus, the shipping of goods will be a one-area task for the most part and the price of building the facilities will be reduced.


Very well, proceed when ready.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:19 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Very well, proceed when ready.

Thank you. Also, I believe I may boost the economy a bit by inviting the civilians in the area to help with this notion. I believe it was stated earlier the economy in the area was failing a bit, so I believe a bit of construction work may do the area some good.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:21 pm
Mt troops have made it to the city limits with very few casualties some reports range from 15-7.
We have 23 wounded and 134 Korean troops dead. (Death toll is so high because we spare no prisoners)

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| August 21, 2009, 11:25 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Thank you. Also, I believe I may boost the economy a bit by inviting the civilians in the area to help with this notion. I believe it was stated earlier the economy in the area was failing a bit, so I believe a bit of construction work may do the area some good.


I bet they'll like the notion of that. Time to fight unemployment! You have go-ahead for that as well.

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| August 21, 2009, 11:27 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Mt troops have made it to the city limits with very few casualties some reports range from 15-7.
We have 23 wounded and 134 Korean troops dead. (Death toll is so high because we spare no prisoners)

Raider Sniper quipes Conjointes
(Joint Sniper Teams) will be sent to provide forward elimination of opposing targets while several other teams designate targets for heavier firepower. Also, several LATs have made it into the area as well.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:28 pm
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to continue the conversation from the last forum...


Pyongyang will not fall until Ukraine and China have fallen first. Ukranian Storm Troopers have been placed three miles outside of Pyongyang, as well as thousands of Chinese Soldiers. Every North Korean civilian over 16 and under 40 has been issued an AK-47, 300 rounds of ammunition, a pot helmet, a radio, a headset, a shrapnel suit, and a medikit. If you wish to advance, brace yourselves for the largest land battle since the Battle of the Bulge.

Oradea has fallen, and Bucharest appears to have been evacuated. Bombing will continue.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:35 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
to continue the conversation from the last forum...


Pyongyang will not fall until Ukraine and China have fallen first. Ukranian Storm Troopers have been placed three miles outside of Pyongyang, as well as thousands of Chinese Soldiers. Every North Korean civilian over 16 and under 40 has been issued an AK-47, 300 rounds of ammunition, a pot helmet, a radio, a headset, a shrapnel suit, and a medikit. If you wish to advance, brace yourselves for the largest land battle since the Battle of the Bulge.

Oradea has fallen, and Bucharest appears to have been evacuated. Bombing will continue.

Jump-start conscripts generally last no more that 30 minutes in combat. Even so, SSW snipers will continue eliminating opposition, just as the Raiders will still designate targets. Also, several Raider teams have been armed VDS MAARS-01s (Medium Anti-Aircraft Rocket System). These systems are easily adaptable to fire a cluster bomb-type rocket, as well as AT rockets.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:43 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Fellow leaders, tonight a nation will fall, and that nation will be North Korea. With their men demoralized and their resources depleted we will attack. I call on all leaders, that stand for justice to rally with me and destroy Pyongyang.
My fighter-bombers will be dropping MOABs on several HVTs and inner-city buildings. If you have any troops in the area please assist Texas and SSW in the fight against a tyrant. Within the hour a combined force of around 15,000 troops will storm Pyongyang Aided by artillery.
The Emperor of Korea has been assasinated by his own cabinet. The cabinet has been thourougly thanked... tee hee. The CAS War Department will now take control of the North Korean Armies actions. Su-51s of Jagdstaffel 23, 24, 17, 19, and 34 have been sent to intercept the MOAB laden figher/bombers and escort eachother. Mines have been layed in a massive field on the South of Pyongyang. SAM sites in Pyongyang have been readied for action. This fight will be a costly one...

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| August 21, 2009, 11:46 pm
Scottish Royal Marines have commenced night operations just past the British-Scotland border as of tonight. What's left of the British military have been greatfully cooperating with Scottish forces. A British radical group has been engaged at the cost of 8 radicals killed and 2 RS Royal Marines wounded.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:46 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
The goverment of Oregon-Washington, after gathering an army, and now having nowhere to put it, have come up with the idea to have the idle armies start a large marksmenship tournement to further train soldiers. And, the final name suggestions are in:

1: Oregon-Washington (long but simple)
2: Cascadia (stolen from a past seccesionist movement from the days of the USA)
3: Pacific Union (makes it sound more like a nation than a state)

The voting now begins...


do not use pacific union. the initials are P.U.! use cascadia.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:47 pm
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Quoting Shk Ad Aw
Scottish Marines have commenced night operations just past the British-Scotland border as of tonight. What's left of the British military have been greatfully cooperating with Scottish forces. A British radical group has been engaged at the cost of 8 radicals killed and 2 RS Marines wounded.

With that said. The SSW troops stationed in the NBP can mobilize armoured columns within the hour and enter London in a thirty minute follow-up. Your call.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:48 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Will Gober
Fellow leaders, tonight a nation will fall, and that nation will be North Korea. With their men demoralized and their resources depleted we will attack. I call on all leaders, that stand for justice to rally with me and destroy Pyongyang.
My fighter-bombers will be dropping MOABs on several HVTs and inner-city buildings. If you have any troops in the area please assist Texas and SSW in the fight against a tyrant. Within the hour a combined force of around 15,000 troops will storm Pyongyang Aided by artillery.
The Emperor of Korea has been assasinated by his own cabinet. The cabinet has been thourougly thanked... tee hee. The CAS War Department will now take control of the North Korean Armies actions. Su-51s of Jagdstaffel 23, 24, 17, 19, and 34 have been sent to intercept the MOAB laden figher/bombers and escort eachother. Mines have been layed in a massive field on the South of Pyongyang. SAM sites in Pyongyang have been readied for action. This fight will be a costly one...

Our troops are now inside the city taking heavy tolls from mines, but we are pleased to announce most of the MOABs had already been dropped inside the city.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:49 pm
Although the MOABs targeting the rural bunkers where shot down in air destroying seven fighter/bombers. As I have stated, the mines are giving our troops one heck of a rough time, the Sam Houston MBTs are not. With their thick armor plating and their nuclear warfare hardened design we are are glad to report that only one has been destroyed and that is because a high tech Fuel-Air RPG struck the tracks and rendered it immobile.
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| August 21, 2009, 11:56 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
With that said. The SSW troops stationed in the NBP can mobilize armoured columns within the hour and enter London in a thirty minute follow-up. Your call.

You have the go-ahead. Remember that British forces have been deemed "Friendly" by Scottish forces, whether they will sympathize with SSW forces is currently unknown. Scottish troops (which are much farther north, so it really doesn't matter) are wearing IR identifiers on their uniforms and helmets; the radicals do not and have been commonly found wearing civilian clothing, but are heavily armed. Scottish forces should arrive in London around noon or later, tomorrow. Thanks for the assistance.
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| August 22, 2009, 12:00 am
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
You have the go-ahead. Remember that British forces have been deemed "Friendly" by Scottish forces, whether they will sympathize with SSW forces is currently unknown. Scottish troops (which are much farther north, so it really doesn't matter) are wearing IR identifiers on their uniforms and helmets; the radicals do not and have been commonly found wearing civilian clothing, but are heavily armed. Scottish forces should arrive in London around noon or later, tomorrow. Thanks for the assistance.

If you need any assistance besieging London just wave the flag and my bombers will be on the way.
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| August 22, 2009, 12:09 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Indeed. I do apologize for the inconveniences and failure of my memory. Anyhow, you've stated possession of Alabama and Mississippi, but what is the status of Tennessee. I'm assuming it belongs to Prusso-Egypt as well? Moving on, if it does I will propose a purchase of 5 billion backed by trade of military goods, as well as more essential goods such as rice, timber, etc.

Also, I may add that portions of Morocco are currently under MU control.

"Alabama and Mississippi have been sold, and the trading is much appreciated as well. As for Tennessee, my friend, no sale shall take place, for it is of personal interest to Filed Marshal Cliffe (train museums and mother's side of family). I am also somewhat pleased to hear of the status of Morocco; that's one less nation to worry about.

About Africa- as Kaiser Pharaoh, I am traveling there now via air. I am to meet with Pharaoh Ramesses, his Vizier and the governments of Algeria and Tunisia. They are highly interested in joining the empire."
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| August 22, 2009, 12:11 am
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Quoting Maverick Mitchell
do not use pacific union. the initials are P.U.! use cascadia.


Pacific States Union will have to do. PSU, a name of a school here in Portland. But it can be shortened to Pacific Union. Just don't abbreviate it...
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| August 22, 2009, 12:15 am
<<<ACCESSING TEXAS MARINE SERGEANT LEHR HEADSET>>>
GUNFIRE IN BACKGROUND
Marine 1: SAY HI TO STALIN IN H*LL YOU COMMIE!!!
<SCREAMING>
Marine 2: RPG Six O'clock!
<ROCKET FIRE>
<SCREAMING>
Marine 1: Ahh!
<MULTIPLE EXPLOSIONS MIXED WITH GUNFIRE>
Marine 3: Here comes the armor boys!
<TANK RUMBLING>
<UNINTELIGABLE KOREAN SHOUTING>
Tank Commander: FORWARD MEN!
<GUNFIRE>
Theres more where that came from!
<UNINTELLIGABLE SHOUTING>
Marine 2: We did it boys!
Marine 3: Huzzah!
Tank Commander: We won we- <CUT OFF BY LARGE EXPLOSION>
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| August 22, 2009, 12:32 am
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Quoting Will Gober
<<<ACCESSING TEXAS MARINE SERGEANT LEHR HEADSET>>>
GUNFIRE IN BACKGROUND
Marine 1: SAY HI TO STALIN IN H*LL YOU COMMIE!!!
<SCREAMING>
Marine 2: RPG Six O'clock!
<ROCKET FIRE>
<SCREAMING>
Marine 1: Ahh!
<MULTIPLE EXPLOSIONS MIXED WITH GUNFIRE>
Marine 3: Here comes the armor boys!
<TANK RUMBLING>
<UNINTELIGABLE KOREAN SHOUTING>
Tank Commander: FORWARD MEN!
<GUNFIRE>
Theres more where that came from!
<UNINTELLIGABLE SHOUTING>
Marine 2: We did it boys!
Marine 3: Huzzah!
Tank Commander: We won we- <CUT OFF BY LARGE EXPLOSION>


Hmm... You guys need any back-up over there in Asia? I have all those surplus Texan vehicles just sitting here...
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| August 22, 2009, 12:38 am
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Pyongyang has fallen. A nasty suprise awaits your advancement.
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| August 22, 2009, 1:35 am
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Quoting Jack Ford
Pyongyang has fallen. A nasty suprise awaits your advancement.


That can't be good. Well, if things go south, I'll just send the Port Orford fishing fleet to go pick up anyone left in Korea.
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| August 22, 2009, 1:40 am
Quoting Jack Ford
Pyongyang has fallen. A nasty suprise awaits your advancement.
Wait, Weren't you WITH North Korea?

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| August 22, 2009, 7:27 am
Quoting Michael Ford
Headlines from last one:

UR is being divvied up by conquering nations. I still haven't heard from Dave about what happens next.

Awesome-o-saurus has joined the group as the URSA states of Washington and Oregon.

Shock and Awe has joined the group as the Republic of Scotland.

Oklahoma has seceded from the URSA and joined its next-door neighbor Texas. Texas is negotiating with Louisiana and Arkansas: Prusso-Egypt is also looking into the area.

And...I think that covers most of it.
Teka lang, Ano nag yari? Kakainis to! PUTANG INA!

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| August 22, 2009, 7:28 am
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Based upon what Ukraine has just stated, I suggest we secure the area and gather intel from any existing POWs; namely the ones the Raiders captured. Knowing the basic scheming ideals of the Ukrainian government, they will either drop FOABs on our forces or will begin bombing runs. Then again, they have obtained a great deal of jump-start conscripts that may lead a large wave of human forces to push us out. With all of that being said, our small group of coalition forces will not be able to sustain much more combat; contact with the RA will be crucial. We can always pull out of the city at any time. The main target will be to capture the supply lines leading to the front-line.
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| August 22, 2009, 11:29 am
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
contact with the RA will be crucial.


Ready and waiting, friend in the SSW. (One small problem, I'm going up to Washington today, and won't be back until tommorow. I won't have a lot of time for internet.)

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| August 22, 2009, 11:34 am
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Ready and waiting, friend in the SSW. (One small problem, I'm going up to Washington today, and won't be back until tommorow. I won't have a lot of time for internet.)

Your help would a great benefactor in our efforts; however, seeing as though you are just beginning in the process of advanced militarization and stabilization, I have second-thoughts of bringing you into this conflict. Still, it's your call.

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| August 22, 2009, 11:42 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Based upon what Ukraine has just stated, I suggest we secure the area and gather intel from any existing POWs; namely the ones the Raiders captured. Knowing the basic scheming ideals of the Ukrainian government, they will either drop FOABs on our forces or will begin bombing runs. Then again, they have obtained a great deal of jump-start conscripts that may lead a large wave of human forces to push us out. With all of that being said, our small group of coalition forces will not be able to sustain much more combat; contact with the RA will be crucial. We can always pull out of the city at any time. The main target will be to capture the supply lines leading to the front-line.

No worries sir, my Sam Houstons can handle large numbers of conscripts although FOABs would destroy our forces and leave us outnumbered. In other news with the four new territories that Texas has gained we have also had many men joining up to fight in armed forces, plus the armies of the other nations.
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| August 22, 2009, 11:42 am
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Your help would a great benefactor in our efforts; however, seeing as though you are just beginning in the process of advanced militarization and stabilization, I have second-thoughts of bringing you into this conflict. Still, it's your call.


True... I think we'll build up my forces more, and if you guys get really in trouble, we'll head over. For now, the Pacific States Union will be defending the RA in case anyone foolishly invades.

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| August 22, 2009, 11:51 am
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It seems Hungarian forces no longer have the will to fight. My forces have pushed forward to Satoraljaujhely in the north and Mateszalka in the south; leaving Zahony the only standing city left to take. Two Raider squads will be sent beforehand later tonight, which will be followed by airborne troops. Further information will be give once the operation has begun.

Now, onto note of the Korean theatre. SSW forces can mobilize a highly amassed ground-based force into the area, but we require air cover. The SSW AF is weak and not as diverse as it needs to be. This notion is directed to the RA.
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| August 22, 2009, 12:01 pm
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Quoting Brian Tioseco
Quoting Jack Ford
Pyongyang has fallen. A nasty suprise awaits your advancement.
Wait, Weren't you WITH North Korea?

Yes, I am with North Korea. We did not have time or power to hold the battle front at Pyongyang.
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| August 22, 2009, 1:17 pm
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This has never been clear to me, so please forgive my ignorance, but why exactly is there combat in Korea? From a Western POV, N. Korea is nowhere near Western progression in terms of technology and medicine. This causes problems for the general populace and the overall stance of the nation. On the other hand, from a more traditional POV, I can understand the overall stance of power and might. A nation must assert itself in any way necessary, but at what cost? Once someone answers my overall notion, I will propose a new notice.
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| August 22, 2009, 1:41 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I posted them to see what people's thoughts were.

And elsewhere, in some small town in northern Alberta, the negotiations with the two Canadian provinces (that's what they're called, right) have gone well. In exchange for some new industry and exporting oppurtunities, along with better goverment funding, British Columbia and the Yukon Territory have decided to join the United Republican States of America. Alaska is now linked with the other states.

Now, Michael Ford, should we divide them up under our control, or are you find with Alaska?


Personally I like Pacific Union...Northwest Union might be an option..?

If you want to divvy them up, I could take Yukon, but if you'd like them both, go ahead.
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| August 22, 2009, 1:47 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In acknowledgement of the RA's agreement to allow SSW open facilities in the URSA, the SSW will further extend the invitation to open factories in Alaska as well. The SSW will build the facilities on its own accord; meaning with its own money. The specified units open to development are as follows: LUTs, LATs, ALRVs, and ISUs.


In return for a few of these excellent vehicles, we would be glad to exchange land for production facilities as well as an option of additional funding and manpower.
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| August 22, 2009, 1:50 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford

In return for a few of these excellent vehicles, we would be glad to exchange land for production facilities as well as an option of additional funding and manpower.

That would be greatly appreciated. Also, after viewing your statistical standpoint, the VDS Aeronautics Division would like to release the schematics for both the AAUC and LAA to Boeing. Seeing as though the Osprey has great potential, but is currently available in small numbers according to your post, the small and agile AAUC would be able to fill the gap. Also, the LAA is a highly capable UAV that can do quite a bit of work.
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| August 22, 2009, 2:15 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
This has never been clear to me, so please forgive my ignorance, but why exactly is there combat in Korea? From a Western POV, N. Korea is nowhere near Western progression in terms of technology and medicine. This causes problems for the general populace and the overall stance of the nation. On the other hand, from a more traditional POV, I can understand the overall stance of power and might. A nation must assert itself in any way necessary, but at what cost? Once someone answers my overall notion, I will propose a new notice.

Well, Dr. S, way back right after Taxas and the UR declared peace, we saw a common enemy, North Korea. This battle is noth only about territorial gain or grudges, it is about freeing the poor souls of South Korea that have been opressed far too long, and it is about ridding the world of communsim, one step at a time.
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| August 22, 2009, 2:27 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Well, Dr. S, way back right after Taxas and the UR declared peace, we saw a common enemy, North Korea. This battle is noth only about territorial gain or grudges, it is about freeing the poor souls of South Korea that have been opressed far too long, and it is about ridding the world of communsim, one step at a time.

A noble cause, but will never lead a common avail. Communism will always be around, it generally the first step in a functioning democracy. Also, if you are fighting for the oppressed, aren't you in turn oppressing those you fight? I can fully understand you cause, it is one told for a long time, but it will never be resolved. Personally, I wish for a united Korea, and perhaps with the assassination of the leader of the North Korean state, it can occur. Emperors are dictators, and dictators are oppressors. With that said, both have been eliminated and peace can be the final standpoint without a radical leader standing in the way. From what I can put together, all sides in this conflict are in debt and have gained a high amount of casualties. Times lead to change, and we can make a change for the better without war.
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| August 22, 2009, 2:36 pm
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Quoting Brian Tioseco
Quoting Michael Ford
Headlines from last one:

UR is being divvied up by conquering nations. I still haven't heard from Dave about what happens next.

Awesome-o-saurus has joined the group as the URSA states of Washington and Oregon.

Shock and Awe has joined the group as the Republic of Scotland.

Oklahoma has seceded from the URSA and joined its next-door neighbor Texas. Texas is negotiating with Louisiana and Arkansas: Prusso-Egypt is also looking into the area.

And...I think that covers most of it.
Teka lang, Ano nag yari? Kakainis to! PUTANG INA!


Well, does this mean you've agreed to hire a Filipino translator for me?
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| August 22, 2009, 3:05 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
It seems Hungarian forces no longer have the will to fight. My forces have pushed forward to Satoraljaujhely in the north and Mateszalka in the south; leaving Zahony the only standing city left to take. Two Raider squads will be sent beforehand later tonight, which will be followed by airborne troops. Further information will be give once the operation has begun.

Now, onto note of the Korean theatre. SSW forces can mobilize a highly amassed ground-based force into the area, but we require air cover. The SSW AF is weak and not as diverse as it needs to be. This notion is directed to the RA.


A recon flight has just confirmed our fears. Rather than mass to retake P'yongyang, CAS forces have charged their way down the opposite coast, where none of us have strong defenses, being as the focal point of the mission was P'yongyang. We have the city in hand, but we lost nearly thirty miles of ground to the East. Alaskan efforts will be concentrated on blunting the assault.

As for air cover, we are glad to provide what we can. We have one full fighter squadron we could probably spare, or if you will be operating in the vicinity of our troops, the Air Force will be better able to offer full coverage.
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| August 22, 2009, 3:08 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford

A recon flight has just confirmed our fears. Rather than mass to retake P'yongyang, CAS forces have charged their way down the opposite coast, where none of us have strong defenses, being as the focal point of the mission was P'yongyang. We have the city in hand, but we lost nearly thirty miles of ground to the East. Alaskan efforts will be concentrated on blunting the assault.

As for air cover, we are glad to provide what we can. We have one full fighter squadron we could probably spare, or if you will be operating in the vicinity of our troops, the Air Force will be better able to offer full coverage.

Hmm...The SSW will be able to supply troops in full-drive with your confirmation. However, mobilization of my forces to Korea may take one to three days based upon weather conditions and the speed my crewman can ready what is needed. Still, I believe we may unite Korea with peace instead of force.
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| August 22, 2009, 3:14 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
This has never been clear to me, so please forgive my ignorance, but why exactly is there combat in Korea? From a Western POV, N. Korea is nowhere near Western progression in terms of technology and medicine. This causes problems for the general populace and the overall stance of the nation. On the other hand, from a more traditional POV, I can understand the overall stance of power and might. A nation must assert itself in any way necessary, but at what cost? Once someone answers my overall notion, I will propose a new notice.


North Korea seems to be good at getting leaders who are:
1) obnoxious to deal with
2) oblivious to the fact they're not a superpower
3) rather fond of Nuclear WMDs.

When the Civil War tore the US apart, the North Korean dictator at the time decided to take advantage of South Korea's protector, the US, being out of commision and invaded. Sympathizers were evacuated, when possible, to Japan, and when the Civil War finally cooled and the URSA emerged, our first objective was to retake South Korea and establish the US' former presence there, as it is of strategic locale as a buffer zone. But just like in the first Korean war, China and Russia got involved, and now we're battling back and forth to and fro from the SAAAAAME place it always was - the 38th parallel.

We're continuing the war there mainly because we'd rather fight in Korea than in Japan. In Korea, RA aircraft stationed in Japan can launch bombing raids, provide Close Air support, and shuttle men over. Japan also provides a staging area for the next assault to take place. If we were to lose Korea and the conflict moved to Japan, our nearest staging area would be Adak Island, too small to be of much value, or Hawaii.
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| August 22, 2009, 3:15 pm
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The SSW's mobilization towards Zahony is coming along nicely. First-rate artillery has bombarded the city in an effort to soften the resistance up a bit. By 2300 hours, the city should fall under the sheer presence of the large amount of troops and equipment that will be in and around the city. Paratroopers will be sent in first, followed by two armoured columns that will then break into pairs and provided "headlight" cover. Artillery barrages will then resume targeting the middle of the city, which should bring the overall resistance level down to about 20%. Finally, relief forces will be sent in to mop up.

So, far some 2,433 POWs have been taken at the loss of 42 soldiers and 13 vehicles. The final casualty rate for the Hungarians is far beyond that and cannot be presently concluded.
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| August 22, 2009, 5:18 pm
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With the Emperor of North Korea dead and buried, his son has inherite the throne. But he has been ordered to obey orders from the CAS president or else be imprisoned for life. Now with Korea a baited trap, all that is left is to wait. North Korean Ka-50s and Mil-24s have been preforming combat patrols over the 38th, and anyone seen that is non-CAS is considered an enemy and will be fired upon.

Ka-65s have been assigned to "Free Hunter" role. Any enemy they see is fair game. APCs are taking a beating from these airborne threats, and it is unlikely that they will be able to cross the minefield in enough numbers to overtake our infantry. Defenses are being set up along the coasts to prevent a landing attempt.

Romania is losing ground fast, and Cluj Napoca and Arad have both fallen. Resistance is still small, but evident. Another Tu-225 went down to a AAA. It appears to be that the remaining Romanian Air Force has fled to Serbia.
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| August 22, 2009, 7:08 pm
Quoting Michael Ford

Well, does this mean you've agreed to hire a Filipino translator for me?
Here's what it means: Wait, What happened? *Censored due to profanity*!

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| August 22, 2009, 8:45 pm
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Looks like the war in Korea just got tougher. 3 million CAS soldiers? Tactical nuke? MOAB bombardment? Or have they hidden in bunkers or amongst civilians?
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| August 22, 2009, 8:53 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Looks like the war in Korea just got tougher. 3 million CAS soldiers? Tactical nuke? MOAB bombardment? Or have they hidden in bunkers or amongst civilians?

More like three million teenage conscripts, some surplus planes, and a few circa-Vietnam land mines.
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| August 22, 2009, 9:00 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
More like three million teenage conscripts, some surplus planes, and a few circa-Vietnam land mines.


I think you guys can take them. My back-up is standing by in case things go wrong. Well, it's dinner time for the Governor of the Pacific States Union, he shall return later for continuing strategizing.
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| August 22, 2009, 9:06 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Looks like the war in Korea just got tougher. 3 million CAS soldiers? Tactical nuke? MOAB bombardment? Or have they hidden in bunkers or amongst civilians?


When the going gets tough, the tough get going. And the toughest thing in our arsenal is the A-10 Thunderbolt II. A-10s will be flying anti-infantry sorties protected by a top cover of F-35s bolstered by F-22s. Sporatic strikes by F/A-18s and F-15Es will help to keep their heads low, as long as we can keep out of the attention of China, Ukraine, and Russia's Su-51s and Su-57s.

As far as ground forces, they outnumber Allied forces nearly 2-to-1, but are more likely to be poorly trained and equipped.

Strategically, I think it is in our best interests to attempt an assault on the base of their advance, thus isolating a portion of their forces. If they concentrate their forces to prevent this from happening, we can attempt to either land north of the minefield, or to sweep a path through it. If they don't take the bait, the surrounded troops will be stuck.
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| August 22, 2009, 9:09 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
More like three million teenage conscripts, some surplus planes, and a few circa-Vietnam land mines.


Some of that three million is well trained infantry, but a good portion of it is, no doubt, poorly trained and equipped by our standards. Intelligence has suggested that the purchase of the obsolete MiGs may indicate an attempt at low-cost Cruise Missile production...

The mine belt should be simple to forge at least a narrow hole through, provided we can distract them.
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| August 22, 2009, 9:12 pm
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In notice of the land mine troubles in Korea, Swiss engineers are adapting an old mine-disposal unit to be mounted on the SSW's MRNCs. Further information will be released once the final test-runs have been completed.

Also, the design of the promised gunship has been completely reworked in favor of a craft similar to the Euro Tiger and Apache. However, the overall payload and equipment will remain the same seeing as though they are compatible with the new unit.

On another note, the order to mobile some 10,000 SSW troops has been placed. The finalization of the order should take place within two hours. The majority of these forces will settle as relief for the more hardened RA troops in the area. Also, many of the troops being sent will be pseudo-engineers that will have enough wit to know exactly how to dispose of mines and fortify areas effectively. However, these men will not engage Ukrainian troops themselves seeing as though this would mean a declaration of war with the named nation itself; of which would be futile seeing as though Ukraine is a close neighbor with a superior Air Force.
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| August 22, 2009, 9:18 pm
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Thank you for your assistance. I'm sure your men will find plenty Chinese and Russian targets as an alternative to neutral Ukrainians.
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| August 22, 2009, 9:32 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In notice of the land mine troubles in Korea, Swiss engineers are adapting an old mine-disposal unit to be mounted on the SSW's MRNCs. Further information will be released once the final test-runs have been completed.

Also, the design of the promised gunship has been completely reworked in favor of a craft similar to the Euro Tiger and Apache. However, the overall payload and equipment will remain the same seeing as though they are compatible with the new unit.

On another note, the order to mobile some 10,000 SSW troops has been placed. The finalization of the order should take place within two hours. The majority of these forces will settle as relief for the more hardened RA troops in the area. Also, many of the troops being sent will be pseudo-engineers that will have enough wit to know exactly how to dispose of mines and fortify areas effectively. However, these men will not engage Ukrainian troops themselves seeing as though this would mean a declaration of war with the named nation itself; of which would be futile seeing as though Ukraine is a close neighbor with a superior Air Force.

Then how am I supposed to fight back, without being crushed by Ukraine, the CAS superpower?
This may be my last battle, seeing as how engaging any forces that are not Korean could be seen as an act of war. It looks like Texas may not live to fight tomorrow.
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| August 22, 2009, 9:34 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Then how am I supposed to fight back, without being crushed by Ukraine, the CAS superpower?
This may be my last battle, seeing as how engaging any forces that are not Korean could be seen as an act of war. It looks like Texas may not live to fight tomorrow.

If you've been keeping note, most of the Ukraine's actual involvement is via aircraft, training North Korean forces, or giving them equipment. The actual Ukrainian troop involvement is fairly low in regards to the Korean militant populace. As he said, the CAS has sent collaborative forces into Korea, not just Ukrainian. For the most part, my forces will be fighting these forces instead of the entire homestead
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| August 22, 2009, 9:40 pm
On a positive note, RS forces have successfully "taken over" most of England; the southern coast is currently being cleared of radical forces. All British military forces and vehicles have been annexed into the RS military, including the falling-apart ships of the British Royal Navy, which will be upgraded and repaired. SSW forces in London may now return to their territory if they please, but there's no rush, as it gives a chance for our forces to socalize(get to know each other).
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| August 22, 2009, 10:30 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
If you've been keeping note, most of the Ukraine's actual involvement is via aircraft, training North Korean forces, or giving them equipment. The actual Ukrainian troop involvement is fairly low in regards to the Korean militant populace. As he said, the CAS has sent collaborative forces into Korea, not just Ukrainian. For the most part, my forces will be fighting these forces instead of the entire homestead

Shall we begin carpet bombing a path for our men?
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| August 22, 2009, 10:32 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
On a positive note, RS forces have successfully "taken over" most of England; the southern coast is currently being cleared of radical forces. All British military forces and vehicles have been annexed into the RS military, including the falling-apart ships of the British Royal Navy, which will be upgraded and repaired. SSW forces in London may now return to their territory if they please, but there's no rush, as it gives a chance for our forces to socalize(get to know each other).

Have you forgotten the language barrier?
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| August 22, 2009, 10:33 pm
Quoting Will Gober
Have you forgotten the language barrier?

I've got translators, a few anyway. RS Royal Marines are also taught mulitple languages as part of their training. The Army and Air Forces guys might have a bit of trouble, though.
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| August 22, 2009, 10:36 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
I've got translators, a few anyway. RS Royal Marines are also taught mulitple languages as part of their training. The Army and Air Forces guys might have a bit of trouble, though.

Army guys, pshhhh. :P
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| August 22, 2009, 10:40 pm
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As you already stated, the CAS's forces are somewhat random. Ukrainian Infantry are well equipped and with first-class training. Chinese on the other hand, are equipped with whatever the government can get their commie hands on, while their training is mediocre. Other CAS nations have also sent soldiers, also under-equipped by Ukrainian standards. However, with the male population of China extremely large, the potential for eager soldiers is endless, and Ukraine has had a large number volunteer for the Foreign Legion.

The mines are first-class Ukraine/Russian built mines, manufactured by Vympel.

Our planes are among the finest ever manufactured, and the Su-51 is nearly identical to the F-22 in performance. It has:

A slightly faster top speed

An identical stall speed

Identical payload

Worse Radar

Better Pitch and High Alpha

Poorer yaw response

MUCH cheaper manufacturing cost, due to less avionics and Russian building standards.


As Dr. Spontaneous stated, our troop involvement is fairly low, with only 10,000 Storm Troopers and 100 Special Forces Elites(10 squadrons)
These are mainly backup forces to the much more powerful Chinese Army.

To attempt to counter the heavy losses due to A-10s, Zaktron low-band radars are being set up, as well as Vympel R-77 SAMs. Su-27s and MiG-29s are also being sent out hog-hunting.

Tu-225s are being sent out to hinder the mine removing mission with their massive rocket payload.

Heavy defenses are being built on the Coastline. We are ready for your next move...*sinister laugh*


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| August 22, 2009, 10:46 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Have you forgotten the language barrier?

Language barrier?
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| August 22, 2009, 10:51 pm
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The Romanian Army has made it's appearance 7 miles south-west of Arad. They appear to be well dug-in, and an assault is to take place tommorow at 0400. 20 Tu-225Bs of the 11th squadron are to strafe the Romanian Soldiers with 80mm Rockets and 30mm cannon fire, while Tu-225s of the 9th Air Division will pulverise armored opposition with Vikhr Anti-Tank missiles, 125mm rockets, and 1,000lb bombs. At 0515 the Storm Troopers will swarm over the wrecked defenses and fight the Romanians first-hand.
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| August 22, 2009, 11:03 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Language barrier?

Do your troops speak English?
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| August 22, 2009, 11:05 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Do your troops speak English?

All members of the SSW are competent of speaking English, French, and German.
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| August 22, 2009, 11:13 pm
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The Governor of the combined states of Oregon and Washington has returned. He decided Pacific States Union sounds bad, he'll change it back to Pacific Union, but it'll be abbreviated to PCU. Just rolls better of the tongue, you know? Also, British Columbia will be incoporated into our state, kind of. Yukon will be given to Alaska, giving them more of a direct link to other states.


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| August 22, 2009, 11:37 pm
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Zahony has fallen. Most of the troops lost interest in combat and fled to Slovakia. Officially, Hungary is now under SSW control; however, the Hungarian has not surrendered. Negotiations will begin immediately. If worst-comes-to-worst, the Hungarian officials will be assassinated to make way for the new government.

In other news, the military established meant promised by Croatia has been fully established. Now, mobilization of troops and equipment must be organized to fill the space.

Also, it seems a great deal of riots have been occurring in the very south of Germany because of civil unrest. It seems with Prussia occupying the north of the nation, a lack of a stable reformed government has lead the citizens to believe that their current leaders are incompetent. Some 500 SSW Peacekeepers will be sent to help with the current Southern Germany.
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| August 22, 2009, 11:45 pm
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I've taken matters into my own hands, and am making a map of North America in it's current situations. I got the RA outlines, most of Texas, but I have a few questions:

Is Lousiana officially with Texas?

Who controls the eastern states? I really don't want to look back through all these threads.

Who is in eastern/central Canada?

And is anyone in central America outside of the Panama Canal (SSW is there, I know that)?
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| August 23, 2009, 12:23 am
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
I've taken matters into my own hands, and am making a map of North America in it's current situations. I got the RA outlines, most of Texas, but I have a few questions:

Is Lousiana officially with Texas?

Who controls the eastern states? I really don't want to look back through all these threads.

Who is in eastern/central Canada?

And is anyone in central America outside of the Panama Canal (SSW is there, I know that)?

As far as the States are concerned, Louisiana is now a part of Texas. Also, the SSW official controls Mississippi, Alabama, N. and S. Carolina, Florida, and Georgia. The New England States are currently controlled by Prusso-Egypt, I do believe.
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| August 23, 2009, 12:29 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
I've taken matters into my own hands, and am making a map of North America in it's current situations. I got the RA outlines, most of Texas, but I have a few questions:

Is Lousiana officially with Texas?

Who controls the eastern states? I really don't want to look back through all these threads.

Who is in eastern/central Canada?

And is anyone in central America outside of the Panama Canal (SSW is there, I know that)?

Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. Yep that's pretty much it.
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| August 23, 2009, 12:32 am
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
As far as the States are concerned, Louisiana is now a part of Texas. Also, the SSW official controls Mississippi, Alabama, N. and S. Carolina, Florida, and Georgia. The New England States are currently controlled by Prusso-Egypt, I do believe.


Prusso-Egypt (odd combination, but whatever) controls: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Conneticut, and Rhode Island?

And who controls the remaining states? I remember something about Maquette and some guy called Davis...
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| August 23, 2009, 12:35 am
Quoting Will Gober
Have you forgotten the language barrier?
Indeed I have. Bakit? Sama ba to?

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| August 23, 2009, 3:48 am
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The Hungarian government has officially surrendered. However, they had to be "encouraged" to do so via the assassination of two government officials. With this surrender, Hungary and its citizens are now apart of the SSW.

On a more pessimistic note, the Peacekeepers mobilized into South Germany were engaged. A "Dirty" bomb was released in Munchen killing 32 SSW Peacekeepers and some 183 civilians and German police officers. What remains of the German government has sent a notice for aid. Acknowledging this, the SSW will be mobilizing some 3,000 troops to high-tension cities around Germany.

In other news, the 10,000 troops being sent to Korea have set sail. 3 new submarines will be sailing with them. In their arsenal, there are several dozen cluster-munitions that can be used on light-skinned vehicles, infantry, and more importantly, land mines. However, the main role of these subs will to engage hostile supply ships and to destroy docking areas.
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| August 23, 2009, 12:27 pm
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Yo Michael, Squirrely wants to join the group. It seems my presence is attracting attention from my regular reviewers...


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| August 23, 2009, 5:15 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Yo Michael, Squirrely wants to join the group. It seems my presence is attracting attention from my regular reviewers...


Awesome, you are gonna lead kiddies here like Fed did to flickr.
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| August 23, 2009, 6:09 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Yo Michael, Squirrely wants to join the group. It seems my presence is attracting attention from my regular reviewers...


No offense to Squirrely, but I don't believe he's cut-out for this particular LEGOverse. Matter-of-fact, many members similar to him seem to drop-out after a few weeks of interest. Then again, it's not my take to make the calls.
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| August 23, 2009, 6:39 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Prusso-Egypt (odd combination, but whatever) controls: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Conneticut, and Rhode Island?

And who controls the remaining states? I remember something about Maquette and some guy called Davis...

Nathania (my Scandinavian ally) has control of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, the old UR- the country Dave Smith was President of. I also gave Indiana to Nathania simply because I had no particular interest in it. All others states in the eastern US are mine.
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| August 23, 2009, 7:58 pm
"Kaiser Pharaoh here- since my trip in Africa, both Algeria and Tunisia have joined Prusso-Egypt. Not only that, but they chose to join themselves with Libya and call themselves the 'United Sultanate of North Africa,' USNA for short.

Not much has been heard from the western states, however. However, I believe they will notice soon."
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| August 23, 2009, 8:16 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Awesome, you are gonna lead kiddies here like Fed did to flickr.


Yea, that bothers me. I told him though, you need to be active, and I outlined all the rules and everything. If he joins, at least he's not gonna be threatening you with plasma guns, AT-AT style walkers, and superlasers mounted on the moon. Also, judging by his replies, he didn't exactly like the concept of all this talk. We'll see though, Squirrelly seems to be intent on joining. If he's gonna stay active and interested, that remains to be seen.


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| August 23, 2009, 9:26 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Wow, no one on today...weird.

School. 'nuff said.

Moving on, the SSW is upgrading its armoured divisions with a new MBT. The MBT will be smaller than the American Abrams, relatively faster, but just as heavily armed and armored. The ABT currently serving as the SSW's MBT will not be entirely phased out of service. Matter of fact, it will be upgraded in the future for another 15 years of service; however the ABT will be phased out as the main combative force on the ground, armour-wise.

In other news, the some 3,000 of the proposed 10,000 have reached Korea. I now believe the overall number of SSW troops there amounts to around 12,000; the final proposal should be 19,000. The troops will be given a week's time to dig-in and scrounge up any available intel.

Still on the war-front, the troops being sent to South Germany for riot control have entered the German border. The SSW troops will be stationed at Konstanz until further progress has been made to contain the overall populace.
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| August 24, 2009, 6:04 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
Wow, I get removed from a weekend of the computer and there is a whole new thread and everything! I got in a fight in hockey Friday and was suspended for three games so my parents took away the computer for the weekend. Can somebody please fill me in on what is happening? Just an overall look at what happened while I was gone.

If you go to the "I'm back" thread, or something of that nature, I wrote the basic over-look.
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| August 24, 2009, 6:23 pm
I just posted an MOC similar to Michael, Jack, and Scotty's recruitment MOCs. Hopefully it will attract new leaders in Prusso-Egypt, which is now very much like a coalition, like CAS or UEN, but also a strong, unified empire at the same time.
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| August 24, 2009, 10:33 pm
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Mobilization of forces into Croatia to complete the "inventory", so to speak, now stands at 40% completion. Also, with the SSW exerting quite a few nations into war within the past couple of months, many structural reforms have been occurring in lands close to Hungary. Rumors of coups and possible dictatorships have been surfacing quite a lot because of these reforms; only time will tell if these are true.

Anyhow, Hungarian citizens will be issued their SSW citizenship forms by end-week. Many privately owned construction companies have been contracted to rebuild the area. The estimated time to fully complete construction nears three to four years.
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| August 24, 2009, 10:34 pm
Sorry I wasn't able to report. The Araw ng Wika Festival kinda gave me a (fictional) hangover. The Royalties of Prusso-Egypt, China and Japan were what we call "nose bleeding" from the stress of not knowing any Tagalog. Sorry guys, that was the point of the holiday. :P
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| August 25, 2009, 9:19 am
Update, King kristian here. I'm back!!! thatnks to Tim's elite doctors and surgeaons helping our elite, Mav and i have recovered. mav's younger brother is now returning to his air cavalry unit with an extra two ranks under his belt for helping my son govern in our(mav and i) place.
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| August 25, 2009, 10:51 am
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A rather young company on the corporate scene, Oregon Aeronautics and Engineering (OAAE), has accepted the URSA contract for a light, easy to produce, point-defense fighter. Two versions are to be made, the manned one, and an unmanned one. Tests of a completely unmanned aircraft are under way, to improve on the perfromance of all UAV's and their AI. Thought the world would like to know what the Pacific Union is up to while waiting to see if things get bad in North Korea.
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| August 25, 2009, 2:28 pm
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A collaborative force of Slovakian and Serbian troops have entered Hungary. Seeing as though the SSW has just established its reign in Hungary, fortifications are a minimum. However, SSW armed forces still have the main advantage of being dug-in. Some leeway has been given seeing as though we lack the proper defenses to hold every inch of ground; however, both forces have been kept at a hold right now. LAAs have been working around the clock to provide additional intel and to eliminate key targets, such as lead vehicles. We are currently acquiring permission from Croatia to mobilize our forces across their mainland in hopes of striking a surprise attack. Also, it has been rumored that the Czech Republic will be annexed by Slovakia to provide more stability; which means the Czech military will be fighting the SSW as well.

Even so, the SSW is fully confident that we can reverse the tables and bring the fight to them. Still, it seems several ministers in the SSW government have lead to birth their own hidden agendas. This may cause problems in the future, which has lead the SSW to think about a two-year totalitarian regime to combat hidden politics.
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| August 25, 2009, 6:58 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
A rather young company on the corporate scene, Oregon Aeronautics and Engineering (OAAE), has accepted the URSA contract for a light, easy to produce, point-defense fighter. Two versions are to be made, the manned one, and an unmanned one. Tests of a completely unmanned aircraft are under way, to improve on the perfromance of all UAV's and their AI. Thought the world would like to know what the Pacific Union is up to while waiting to see if things get bad in North Korea.

We would like to offer a contract to the PCU to manufacture MiG-51 Foxdogs to boost their fledgling aircraft indestry and sell you Ar-59 Blowtorch bombers. The bombers manufacturing would be split between yourself and my companies. And to the Republic of Scotland we would like to sell you AR-59 Blowtorch bombers and MiG-68 fighters.
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| August 25, 2009, 7:20 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
two-year totalitarian regime to combat hidden politics.


Be careful, the hidden politicians and their shady allies might not like that.
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| August 25, 2009, 7:21 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
We would like to offer a contract to the PCU to manufacture MiG-51 Foxdogs to boost their fledgling aircraft indestry and sell you Ar-59 Blowtorch bombers. The bombers manufacturing would be split between yourself and my companies. And to the Republic of Scotland we would like to sell you AR-59 Blowtorch bombers and MiG-68 fighters.


We accept your contract offer. The MiG-51 design will be produced by Oregon Aeronautics and Engineering, of course with some differences (our own engines, all the controls in english, you know). We still lack the right fuel and materials for the F-22's, but Boeing is on it up in Seattle.

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| August 25, 2009, 7:26 pm
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Would you also like to buy 20 Ar-59 Blowtorch Heavy bombers to supplement your fighter wings.
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| August 25, 2009, 7:56 pm
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The invasion of Bulgaria will begin tomarrow morning at 3 a.m. with a Stealth bomber strike on communication stations, and air bases. similtanous with the first cruise missile launch naval bombardment. Shortly after the bombardment ends stealth fighters and bombers will destroy main military bases. After the strikes Marines will land on the south shore. Paratroopers will land 10 miles inland.
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| August 25, 2009, 8:15 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
Would you also like to buy 20 Ar-59 Blowtorch Heavy bombers to supplement your fighter wings.


Sure, we could use those.
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| August 25, 2009, 8:29 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Be careful, the hidden politicians and their shady allies might not like that.

Even so, these ministers have no control over the armed forces themselves, which puts me in the position of power. Even if they start a coup, it would be crushed within a few hours.
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| August 25, 2009, 8:34 pm
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Sorry I wasn't able to report. The Araw ng Wika Festival kinda gave me a (fictional) hangover. The Royalties of Prusso-Egypt, China and Japan were what we call "nose bleeding" from the stress of not knowing any Tagalog. Sorry guys, that was the point of the holiday. :P

LOL
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| August 25, 2009, 8:56 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
And to the Republic of Scotland we would like to sell you AR-59 Blowtorch bombers and MiG-68 fighters.

And how much would each type of aircraft cost?
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| August 25, 2009, 9:00 pm
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Quoting Shk Ad Aw
And how much would each type of aircraft cost?

About 750 million fly away cost for the Ar-59 and about 130 million for the MiG-68. ( prices based of F-22 and B-2)
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| August 25, 2009, 9:06 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
And how much would each type of aircraft cost?

Gaah, Football practice, homework, algebra 1! My brain is, is not functioning well enough to maintain a country at this time. Please refrain from- (head falls asleep on keybord and proceeds to drool and therefore electrocute himself, to death))
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| August 25, 2009, 9:10 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
About 750 million fly away cost for the Ar-59 and about 130 million for the MiG-68. ( prices based of F-22 and B-2)

Pie does sound good, no I don't have the noodles as of late.
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| August 25, 2009, 9:11 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Pie does sound good, no I don't have the noodles as of late.

What?
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| August 25, 2009, 9:13 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
What?

Excuse but, I did not ask you what your Parrot's name was sir? Step back or be annihilated from the popcorn.
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| August 25, 2009, 9:17 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
What?

What's going on? Whats North Korea been up to?
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| August 25, 2009, 9:19 pm
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The 10,000 troops sent to N. Korea have all been accounted for in that area. Once we make contact with the RA on their plan of action, my troops will take immediate action. Still, they will not engage Ukrainian troops directly as to prevent a close-to-home war. Also, the SSW will begin emergency planning as to evacuate a large mass of S. Korean citizens if the time ever comes.
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| August 25, 2009, 9:22 pm
Quoting Maverick Mitchell
Update, King kristian here. I'm back!!! thatnks to Tim's elite doctors and surgeaons helping our elite, Mav and i have recovered. mav's younger brother is now returning to his air cavalry unit with an extra two ranks under his belt for helping my son govern in our(mav and i) place.

So glad to hear back from you, your highness!
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| August 25, 2009, 10:06 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Excuse but, I did not ask you what your Parrot's name was sir? Step back or be annihilated from the popcorn.

EPIC LOL
President Gober, you share my favorite sense of humor- in my country, we like to call it confusion humor, or Egyptian humor. It's widely used in 'the sandbox'(Egypt).
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| August 25, 2009, 10:12 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
The Malenco Union has withdrawn its fighters from North America sooner than planned due to low tension levels. They have returned home to the Malenco Union.

But as those troops return, other MU troops have made an offensive to take the entirety of Morocco, rather than the portion we control. This new territory will offer large coastal areas for the MU to use for trade. This will also reinforce our control of the Strait of Gibraltar.

Several infantry divisions of MUAR troops trained for urban and desert combat have been deployed from current MU territory in Morocco. Accompanying these troops are two divisions of U-288 IFVs for medium armored support and transport. The assault should be swift and take no more than a month or two due to the poor state of the Moroccan military.

To provide air support, MUI-5 Panthers will be on standby in case of any air threat or a fortified building our infantry encounter. This initial attack will, over the next week, secure cities within a 100 mile distance from the current MU border. This is an estimated timeframe, but such an assault has been planned by the MU for quite some time now.

A second phase will initiate next week, hopefully. Details about it will be kept classified until the phase has already begun.

Well then, because Prusso-Egypt now has Algeria and Tunisia, you'll be our neighbors :-)

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| August 25, 2009, 10:14 pm
Emporer Collins is back! Band camp is over and with Theatre class sparking my imagination, I'm rejoining our politically unstable world!
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| August 25, 2009, 10:16 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
EPIC LOL
President Gober, you share my favorite sense of humor- in my country, we like to call it confusion humor, or Egyptian humor. It's widely used in 'the sandbox'(Egypt).

Yes, score to for the moldy pudding! And no, FOR THE LAST TIME, clonetards cannot eat watermelon in various chatrooms on Pluto!
LOL I ruined it. Hah you're the second person to call me, errm funny.
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| August 25, 2009, 10:20 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
About 750 million fly away cost for the Ar-59 and about 130 million for the MiG-68. ( prices based of F-22 and B-2)

The RS (Republic of Scotland) will keep you in mind, but we'd like to "shop around" a bit, first.
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| August 25, 2009, 11:14 pm
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Fine but you will not find a better stealth heavy bomber.
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| August 25, 2009, 11:35 pm
i will be invading mexico and i ask thhat i can set up embassys in each country
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| August 26, 2009, 1:14 am
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
i will be invading mexico and i ask thhat i can set up embassys in each country


Hmm... Mexico has always been on the annoying side.

Yo Michael, can I invade Baja California?
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| August 26, 2009, 1:55 am
The Imperial Party of the People has allowed the only following businesses to be sold in the Philippines:

-Coca-Cola Company
-LEGO
-Lockheed-Martin
-Mercedes-Benz

Back to international news:

The Philippines has launched an offensive in the Solomon Islands and is requesting any of the Allies beside the Manila-Pact to help me with my mission. The Army is rearming with the AK-215.
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| August 26, 2009, 4:21 am
Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
i will be invading mexico and i ask thhat i can set up embassys in each country

I'm afraid Texas cannot allow you to do so. The death of any Texan innocent Mexicans or Mexican soldiers will result in an act of war and the immediate elimination of your men from Mexico.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:48 am
The RS is currently interested in buying F-22 Raptors and possibly a B-2 Stealth Bomber, if anyone currently has any for sale, let me know.
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| August 26, 2009, 11:31 am
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Brendonia is sending 2 FA-3 and 2 FA-18 Superhornet squadrons over Romania and Bulgaria to search for resistance and crush them immediately. After, everything is crushed our ground forces will seize and conquer that slice o' land.

Romania is already being engaged by Ukrainian forces in an effort to either take control of the country or to force it into the CAS; their complete motives are unclear.

In note to Scotland, the Republic portion is redundant, the SSW would like you to consider the purchase of AAUCs or MCAPs; possibly both. Although both are short-range, both are VTOL-capable and are very maneuverable.

Moving along, Croatia has denied our request to move along their mainland seeing as though many of the civilians in the country are protesting our presence their. Even so, the SSW will prevail to neutralize Serbia and Slovakia. MCAPs have suppressed their main mobilization until the SSW has amassed itself correctly for the push into both nations. As said earlier Slovakia is pushing the Czech Republic to create a single, unified nation to combat the SSW. If this goes as Slovakia hopes, the SSW will mobilize it's troops from Germany and into the Czech Republic.

On to note Russia, the SSW will deny your request for in embassy in our land seeing as though times are rough at the moment. Plus, with you allied to the CAS, there is always the threat of you collaboration with Ukraine in notes of war.
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| August 26, 2009, 4:12 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In note to Scotland, the Republic portion is redundant, the SSW would like you to consider the purchase of AAUCs or MCAPs; possibly both. Although both are short-range, both are VTOL-capable and are very maneuverable.

Cost per unit?
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| August 26, 2009, 4:29 pm
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Quoting Shk Ad Aw
Cost per unit?

AAUCs go for $64.8 USD million per unit; in response to the V-22's estimated $159.7 million. MCAPs are $15.3 million USD per unit; in response to the AV-8B's cost of around $19.5 million.
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| August 26, 2009, 4:41 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
AAUCs go for $64.8 USD million per unit; in response to the V-22's estimated $159.7 million. MCAPs are $15.3 million USD per unit; in response to the AV-8B's cost of around $19.5 million.

Scotland would like to purchase three AACU's for test and evaluation. How your payment is recieved and how you'd like to ship them to the RS, is up to you.
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| August 26, 2009, 6:02 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore

Oh. I guess Bulgaria and Albania. Would not want to spark up conflict with the CAS.

My forces are already planning on invading Bulgaria. My forces are moving in at 6 am tomarrow morning. We will agree to split Bulgaria with you. I only want the southern half of bulgaria but you can have the northern half.
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| August 26, 2009, 6:23 pm
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Quoting Shk Ad Aw
Scotland would like to purchase three AAUC's for test and evaluation. How your payment is recieved and how you'd like to ship them to the RS, is up to you.

Wiring the money will be fine. Your order of AAUCs will be shipped within a day's time after a two-hour delay to conclude the transaction without fail; a stabilization order of sorts.
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| August 26, 2009, 7:00 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore

That doesn't make any sense though! The southern half is right near Greece! <Sigh> I guess I can take the northern part.

You have to move swift and efficiently in the political world, mate.
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| August 26, 2009, 7:14 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore

That doesn't make any sense though! The southern half is right near Greece! <Sigh> I guess I can take the northern part.

Let me refraise that you can have the north and west while all I want is the south east. And would you like to purchase MiG-51's(70 million) to bolster your air force and T-115(2.8 million) and BMP-5's(1.5 million) for you army.
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| August 26, 2009, 7:16 pm
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We are also offering the T-115 Main Battle Tank and the BMP-5 infantry fighting vehicle.
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| August 26, 2009, 7:22 pm
Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
i will be invading mexico and i ask thhat i can set up embassys in each country

And So help me God, if your boys lay one foot on Texas soil the Texas Marine Corp will rain down he-- on your troops.
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| August 26, 2009, 7:23 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Wiring the money will be fine. Your order of AAUCs will be shipped within a day's time after a two-hour delay to conclude the transaction without fail; a stabilization order of sorts.
The money has been wired.

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| August 26, 2009, 7:35 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
And So help me God, if your boys lay one foot on Texas soil the Texas Marine Corp will rain down he-- on your troops.


I didn't know Texas liked Mexico... I take it the illegal immigration problem is over, now that NAFTA died with old America?
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| August 26, 2009, 8:10 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I didn't know Texas liked Mexico... I take it the illegal immigration problem is over, now that NAFTA died with old America?

Texas can't have new neighbors. I'm sure the border patrol wont take to kindly to Fascist Stormtroopers walking up and down the Rio Grande. I mean yes the immigration problems decreased after Texas was declared unstable nation during the Second Civil War.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:18 pm
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I thought that texas controlled mexico.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:18 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Texas can't have new neighbors. I'm sure the border patrol wont take to kindly to Fascist Stormtroopers walking up and down the Rio Grande. I mean yes the immigration problems decreased after Texas was declared unstable nation during the Second Civil War.

What I mean is, it would upset the people to have a bunch of radicalists moving in next door.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:22 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Texas can't have new neighbors. I'm sure the border patrol wont take to kindly to Fascist Stormtroopers walking up and down the Rio Grande. I mean yes the immigration problems decreased after Texas was declared unstable nation during the Second Civil War.


Well, as a former URSA state, Texas can count on the PCU for help. Our army looks like one of the cobbled together militias of Africa, but still fights well.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:23 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
I thought that texas controlled mexico.

No, errm, but, Texas is willing to protect its neighbors at any costs. Errm, we are also looking into Mexico seeing as how errm, Mexicans might rather be annexed by errrm, Americans than, Europeans. Texas is a little more successful at the moment.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:24 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Quoting Cole Atelian
I thought that texas controlled mexico.

No, errm, but, Texas is willing to protect its neighbors at any costs. Errm, we are also looking into Mexico seeing as how errm, Mexicans might rather be annexed by errrm, Americans than, Europeans. Texas is a little more successful at the moment.

Ya but on the Michael's alliance page it says you invaded and conquered mexico.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:28 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
Ya but on the Michael's alliance page it says you invaded and conquered mexico.

Lots of things have strayed from the original storyline, so a bit of improvisation isn't bad.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:37 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Lots of things have strayed from the original storyline, so a bit of improvisation isn't bad.

Actually, according to
Michael I do own Mexico!
The Mexican annexation vote passed with 7/5ths of the Mexican population voting for integration with Republican America. The Senate has 'suggested' to Texas that they refrain from acting independently on such scale. Mexico, welcome to the Republic!
Also, If you invade Baja Cali-Is that part of Mexico? Well if anybody invades any part of Mexico all of the Texas, and PCU military, thanks to Awesome, will rain down on your head.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:41 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Our army looks like one of the cobbled together militias of Africa, but still fights well.

That's what the SSW is trying to fix for you. Also, the SSW military will be releasing a new MBT some time soon, and would like to offer you the ability to purchase 10 or more of the new design. They may not be as in large as the Texan counterpart, but you can't go wrong with Swiss engineering.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:41 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Actually, according to
Michael I do own Mexico!
The Mexican annexation vote passed with 7/5ths of the Mexican population voting for integration with Republican America. The Senate has 'suggested' to Texas that they refrain from acting independently on such scale. Mexico, welcome to the Republic!
Also, If you invade Baja Cali-Is that part of Mexico? Well if anybody invades any part of Mexico all of the Texas, and PCU military, thanks to Awesome, will rain down on your head.

Baja California is technically part of the US in modern terms.
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| August 26, 2009, 8:42 pm
Scotland would like to purchase Maryland from Prusso-Eygpt, if possible.
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| August 26, 2009, 9:42 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
That's what the SSW is trying to fix for you. Also, the SSW military will be releasing a new MBT some time soon, and would like to offer you the ability to purchase 10 or more of the new design. They may not be as in large as the Texan counterpart, but you can't go wrong with Swiss engineering.

+Good day, Dr.- I am Friedrich, King of Prussia. I am highly interested in your new tank project. The Prussian Army has been looking for a new tank for quite some time now, and I wish to know if Prussia can assist in designing and developing your new vehicle. We will purchase an enormous amount of units if our collaboration is successful.+
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| August 26, 2009, 9:48 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
+Good day, Dr.- I am Friedrich, King of Prussia. I am highly interested in your new tank project. The Prussian Army has been looking for a new tank for quite some time now, and I wish to know if Prussia can assist in designing and developing your new vehicle. We will purchase an enormous amount of units if our collaboration is successful.+

We are offering the T-115 as a competitor to the SSW tank project. The T-115 also has enough room to carry a squad of infantry man plus the normal lay out.
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| August 26, 2009, 9:52 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Also, If you invade Baja Cali-Is that part of Mexico? Well if anybody invades any part of Mexico all of the Texas, and PCU military, thanks to Awesome, will rain down on your head.


I offered to go into Baja and take it for URSA because we could use some nice resorts in our territory, and because it's always nice to have more coast line.
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| August 26, 2009, 9:54 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I offered to go into Baja and take it for URSA because we could use some nice resorts in our territory, and because it's always nice to have more coast line.

Resort spas ahoy! Technically it's already your's.
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| August 26, 2009, 9:55 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
That's what the SSW is trying to fix for you. Also, the SSW military will be releasing a new MBT some time soon, and would like to offer you the ability to purchase 10 or more of the new design. They may not be as in large as the Texan counterpart, but you can't go wrong with Swiss engineering.


Yes, we might need a MBT. We've got a heavy assualt tank coming out, but it's too big and costly to be a main tank.

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| August 26, 2009, 9:58 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Resort spas ahoy! Technically it's already your's.


Oh, cool. Spas ahoy!
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| August 26, 2009, 9:59 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Oh, cool. Spas ahoy!

I suggest scavenging the ruins of legoland, seeing as how it was hit by a communist Chinese/Megablox joint airstrike during the Civil War. ;)
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| August 26, 2009, 10:01 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
+Good day, Dr.- I am Friedrich, King of Prussia. I am highly interested in your new tank project. The Prussian Army has been looking for a new tank for quite some time now, and I wish to know if Prussia can assist in designing and developing your new vehicle. We will purchase an enormous amount of units if our collaboration is successful.+

The SSW will only be selling the new MBTs to selected nations and states. So, your best bet would to go with the Armenian T-115.
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| August 26, 2009, 10:13 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW will only be selling the new MBTs to selected nations and states. So, your best bet would to go with the Armenian T-115.

And I suppose these "Select Nations" are the PCU and the Republic of Scotland.
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| August 26, 2009, 10:16 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
And I suppose these "Select Nations" are the PCU and the Republic of Scotland.

Namely the URSA and Scotland, yes. The offer would extend to the MU, but they have the "Punisher".
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| August 26, 2009, 10:18 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Namely the URSA and Scotland, yes. The offer would extend to the MU, but they have the "Punisher".

Hmm? I can't find the punisher. I assume it is on par with the Sam Houston?

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| August 26, 2009, 10:22 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Hmm? I can't find the punisher. I assume it is on par with the Sam Houston?

http://mocpages.com/moc.php/67359
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| August 26, 2009, 10:29 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Yes, we might need a MBT. We've got a heavy assualt tank coming out, but it's too big and costly to be a main tank.

You could also consider the T-115 as a new main battle tank.
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| August 26, 2009, 10:39 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
http://mocpages.com/moc.php/67359

Woops. I was looking on the wrong account! LOL that's really good.
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| August 26, 2009, 10:40 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
You could also consider the T-115 as a new main battle tank.

Quiet you! :-P Even so, even though the Armenian T-115 is a great tank, the sheer size makes it look as though it lacks a high deal of maneuverability. The dubbed SSW AMBT is much smaller than traditional MBTs and contains two separate motor systems. Also, the reduced size makes for a denser mass of armor and less-than-traditional defense mechanisms that will be released on its final post.
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| August 26, 2009, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Quiet you! :-P Even so, even though the Armenian T-115 is a great tank, the sheer size makes it look as though it lacks a high deal of maneuverability. The dubbed SSW AMBT is much smaller than traditional MBTs and contains two separate motor systems. Also, the reduced size makes for a denser mass of armor and less-than-traditional defense mechanisms that will be released on its final post.

I believe that a mixture of both tanks would be the best. This would allow countries to maintain more traditional tank tactics while beginning to integrate the newer more unique AMBT. If it is similar to your original tank. Also despite its size with advances in armor and engines it is suprisenly light and fast, but again your tank is probably more manuverable and unique.
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| August 26, 2009, 10:54 pm
Quoting President Dave Smith of the Union Republic
back! my bro wouldn't let me on the computer for a while. but well to buisness. The UR might have lost its country but it still has a secret base that only the UR and i think texas knows of. it is in an under water cave so don't try to shot missles at it its is under the only island of texas territory that we didn't give back after our war. the base is almost imposible to find if you don't know were to go. it is gaurded by a small force of 200 soldiers 6 tanks and 4 under ground missle silos and there is only 1 way in so there is no suprise attacks here most of the men are always at the only entrance. we still live and of course the axis concured the UR and yes to the UR you of course are the axis. and well Dave loggin out. see ya
You know, since UR is being reconstructed. You don't have to go Saddam. You can be ambassador for the New Union Republic. It's about time I heard from you.

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| August 27, 2009, 4:49 am
On August 31, it will National Heroes Day. We will be saluting our heroes like: Jose Rizal, Andres Bonfiacio, and our comrades who lost their lives during the Malaysian, F13, and UR campaigns. Their will be a military Parade in Manila. I would also like to invite Michael Ford, The Royalties of Prussia and Egypt, Jack Ford, and Jeffery Smith.

International News:

-The Solomon Campaign has been canceled because of *CENSORED*

-As an Ally during the UR campaign, The Philippines is part of Reconstruction.

That is all. Mabuhay! (Mah-boo-high)

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| August 27, 2009, 5:02 am
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
Scotland would like to purchase Maryland from Prusso-Eygpt, if possible.

I'm not sure you saw this.
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| August 27, 2009, 3:31 pm
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The SSW has confirmed that the Czech Republic and Slovakia are now in a order of their own; a coalition in other words. However, this does not come as a surprise. The SSW military has already planned for such an occurrence and has decided to amass itself in respects to capital each nation's capital to put them in political chaos. The Slovakian capital lies very near northern Austrian, thus making it a key target. The Division de Calvaire Blinde D'abord Expditionnaire will be sent beforehand to designate the city's overall achievement. Later, the Troisime Division d'Armure Avance will be sent to actual besiege and conquer the city. Although the Slav military is highly respectable, their numbers of operation are quite low in stature. Their armour is in low quantity and their overall operations are quite small. The SSW will prevail based upon the given statistics and standards.

In note to the Czech Republic, the same plan is in order with a few altercations that will not be released. However, the Czech military is highly modernized and highly structured. Combat with the Czech Republic will be fierce, but I am confident in my forces.

Also, the SSW is now trying to annex South Germany. The exact portion can be found here: http://mocpages.com/user_images/13803/1251404588m_DISPLAY.jpg

In other news, five of the dubbed AMBT have been released for field testing. By week's end, the tank will officially be released; hopefully...
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| August 27, 2009, 4:25 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore

I would like to purchase 10 MIG-51's and 20 BMP-5's but I have no need for T-115's Brendonia is developing it's own main battle tank.

They will be shipped tomorrow morning.
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| August 27, 2009, 5:13 pm
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Romania has fallen. The Romanian army surrendered at 0900 this morning. After the Romanian fortifications were strafed hundreds of times by Barracuda's and Heli's, Ukranian Storm Troopers RPGed the forticications and stormed the bunkers and buildings, killing over 1,000 Romanian soldiers against a loss of 223 Ukranian Storm Troopers. The de-moralized Romanian army surrendered after only half an hour of hand-to-hand combat. 1/2 of the air-wing stationed in the Romanian Front will be shipped to Korea, while the other half puts down any rebelions that may occur.

The 38th parralel has been re-mined, with a new layer of Air-dropped mine canisters being layed by Tu-225s, MiG-27s, Su-25s, and Helicopters.

Mikoyan has been hired to build a small but lethal gunfighter to be mass produced by next Spring. Tupolev's bomber has encountered some glitches, and it is expected to enter service anywhere from October to May. The bomber is expected to be the most succesfull flying wing bomber ever built, with the possible exeption of the Armenian Blowtorch.
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| August 27, 2009, 7:43 pm
Quoting Brian Tioseco
On August 31, it will National Heroes Day. We will be saluting our heroes like: Jose Rizal, Andres Bonfiacio, and our comrades who lost their lives during the Malaysian, F13, and UR campaigns. Their will be a military Parade in Manila. I would also like to invite Michael Ford, The Royalties of Prussia and Egypt, Jack Ford, and Jeffery Smith.

International News:

-The Solomon Campaign has been canceled because of *CENSORED*

-As an Ally during the UR campaign, The Philippines is part of Reconstruction.

That is all. Mabuhay! (Mah-boo-high)

Everyone here agrees to come. And, by the way, the 'UR' isn't exactly being reconstructed... just its territory, which now belongs to Nathania. Just in case you got confused.
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| August 27, 2009, 7:54 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
I'm not sure you saw this.

Oh, sorry. Um... Maryland... sure, it's not that important to me. I'll sell it for $13 million.
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| August 27, 2009, 7:59 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW has confirmed that the Czech Republic and Slovakia are now in a order of their own; a coalition in other words. However, this does not come as a surprise. The SSW military has already planned for such an occurrence and has decided to amass itself in respects to capital each nation's capital to put them in political chaos. The Slovakian capital lies very near northern Austrian, thus making it a key target. The Division de Calvaire Blinde D'abord Expditionnaire will be sent beforehand to designate the city's overall achievement. Later, the Troisime Division d'Armure Avance will be sent to actual besiege and conquer the city. Although the Slav military is highly respectable, their numbers of operation are quite low in stature. Their armour is in low quantity and their overall operations are quite small. The SSW will prevail based upon the given statistics and standards.

In note to the Czech Republic, the same plan is in order with a few altercations that will not be released. However, the Czech military is highly modernized and highly structured. Combat with the Czech Republic will be fierce, but I am confident in my forces.

Also, the SSW is now trying to annex South Germany. The exact portion can be found here: http://mocpages.com/user_images/13803/1251404588m_DISPLAY.jpg

In other news, five of the dubbed AMBT have been released for field testing. By week's end, the tank will officially be released; hopefully...

The rest of Germany has finally been annexed by Prussia. Sorry, but I just can't let someone else get Germany. Germany has almost always been with Prussia, one way or another.

Prussia has now decided to design its own new tank. It will, indeed, be much of a combination between the T-115 and the Swiss AMBT. The previous ABT really appealed to me with its futuristic tracks, which is almost certainly something we shall implement in one way or another.
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| August 27, 2009, 8:06 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
They will be shipped tomorrow morning.

The Royal Egyptian Marines would like to purchase 345,000 T-115s as their main MBT.
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| August 27, 2009, 8:11 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
The rest of Germany has finally been annexed by Prussia. Sorry, but I just can't let someone else get Germany. Germany has almost always been with Prussia, one way or another.

I find this to be an outrage! You have denied the state of South Germany in short of a year and yet you lay claim to it because another government tries to do right by restoring order. Northern Germany contains both capital cities, which leaves the south in chaos. Also, annexation takes the consent of two. I honestly believe South Germany would reject your rights to annex the state for the sheer fact you have rejected them a proper government. In note of your final statement, Germany has modernly rejected the notion of Prussia since its collapse. Germany has become a Western power of democracy, of which abolishes monarchy as an absolute. Prussia is obsolete in the standards of all true Western powers. I neigh claim myself to be superior, but I do take notice in my political and historic prowess. Finally, I conclude that you revoke your notion and let the SSW continue as it was because of the listed reasons above; also, some 3,000 troops have already been mobilized into South Germany as of late last week or early this week.
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| August 27, 2009, 9:13 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Oh, sorry. Um... Maryland... sure, it's not that important to me. I'll sell it for $13 million.

The money has been wired to you.
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| August 27, 2009, 9:31 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I find this to be an outrage! You have denied the state of South Germany in short of a year and yet you lay claim to it because another government tries to do right by restoring order. Northern Germany contains both capital cities, which leaves the south in chaos. Also, annexation takes the consent of two. I honestly believe South Germany would reject your rights to annex the state for the sheer fact you have rejected them a proper government. In note of your final statement, Germany has modernly rejected the notion of Prussia since its collapse. Germany has become a Western power of democracy, of which abolishes monarchy as an absolute. Prussia is obsolete in the standards of all true Western powers. I neigh claim myself to be superior, but I do take notice in my political and historic prowess. Finally, I conclude that you revoke your notion and let the SSW continue as it was because of the listed reasons above; also, some 3,000 troops have already been mobilized into South Germany as of late last week or early this week.


Do I smell war brewing?
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| August 27, 2009, 9:41 pm
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If a war breaks out between Prusso-egypt and the SSW then the T-115 orders will be canceled.
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| August 27, 2009, 9:42 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
The Royal Egyptian Marines would like to purchase 345,000 T-115s as their main MBT.

Dear God, you can't be serious. 345,000 T-54s?!?!
They haven't even manufactured those since, since 1983! And they only made 100,00. You sir are absurd, there is no possible way in the world that you could afford that many.
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| August 27, 2009, 9:44 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Dear God, you can't be serious. 345,000 T-54s?!?!
They haven't even manufactured those since, since 1983! And they only made 100,00. You sir are absurd, there is no possible way in the world that you could afford that many.


He said T-115. And I agree, 345,000 is insane. I could see them making that many, say, Panzer I's from the 1930's, but those are century old tanks now (which is why they could make so many), we have new tanks that are worth 20 old ones, and are 20x more expensive. 100,000 tanks would be pushing it. A more realistic would be 20,000, maybe only 10,000.
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| August 27, 2009, 9:48 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
The Royal Egyptian Marines would like to purchase 345,000 T-115s as their main MBT.

My Army (maybe even my whole military) doesn't have have that many personel...
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| August 27, 2009, 9:50 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
If a war breaks out between Prusso-egypt and the SSW then the T-115 orders will be canceled.

I thank you for your hospitality. I know we have never made much contact beyond minor trade and political issues, but please know I highly respect your nation and its equipment.
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| August 27, 2009, 10:01 pm
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I agree that is way to many tanks. Not only would my companies not be able to handle it but it would cost up ward of a trillion dollars(about a thousand times greater than the entire us military budget)
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| August 27, 2009, 10:05 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I thank you for your hospitality. I know we have never made much contact beyond minor trade and political issues, but please know I highly respect your nation and its equipment.

Thank you doctor. Spontaneous and know that I think the same of you.
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| August 27, 2009, 10:06 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I find this to be an outrage! You have denied the state of South Germany in short of a year and yet you lay claim to it because another government tries to do right by restoring order. Northern Germany contains both capital cities, which leaves the south in chaos. Also, annexation takes the consent of two. I honestly believe South Germany would reject your rights to annex the state for the sheer fact you have rejected them a proper government. In note of your final statement, Germany has modernly rejected the notion of Prussia since its collapse. Germany has become a Western power of democracy, of which abolishes monarchy as an absolute. Prussia is obsolete in the standards of all true Western powers. I neigh claim myself to be superior, but I do take notice in my political and historic prowess. Finally, I conclude that you revoke your notion and let the SSW continue as it was because of the listed reasons above; also, some 3,000 troops have already been mobilized into South Germany as of late last week or early this week.

I think, as usual, that you are right. My dearest apologies, doctor. Take Germany- we no longer have any interest in it.
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| August 27, 2009, 10:29 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I think, as usual, that you are right. My dearest apologies, doctor. Take Germany- we no longer have any interest in it.

Please note that I did not intend to come across in a rude way. However, some political stances have to be set straight as to prevent confusion. Still, I only require the the state of Southern Germany that I have outlined. You may still take heed to the North if you'd like. Your call, I do apologize again if I came along quite too strong.
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| August 27, 2009, 10:47 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
The Royal Egyptian Marines would like to purchase 345,000 T-115s as their main MBT.

This is something I have put off for a long time Mr. Cliffe but, do you really think the Radical Islam nations of North Africa would let you annex them freely?
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| August 27, 2009, 10:49 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
This is something I have put off for a long time Mr. Cliffe but, do you really think the Radical Islam nations of North Africa would let you annex them freely?

The mentioned nations of the beforehand notion, are not radical. Northern Africa is fairly Western in many aspects and are as stable as it gets for not being apart of the Western development of the past. Still, these nations do lack a bit of stability as a whole in terms of military collaboration; but, times change, and generally for the better as a individual unit.
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| August 27, 2009, 10:54 pm
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Former Romanian citizens have been granted Ukrainian citizenship, and it appears unlikely that any rebellions will occur.

In the Korean Front, the conflict is slow. With Enemy forces making no concentrated efforts to breach our defenses, counter attacks have become a regular occurrence. MiG-29s have been deployed to back up the Sukhois in the hog hunting role. State-of-the-art counter measures have been added to the MiG-29s and Su-27s to lower losses to radar and IR missiles.
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| August 28, 2009, 3:40 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
This is something I have put off for a long time Mr. Cliffe but, do you really think the Radical Islam nations of North Africa would let you annex them freely?

Dr. Spontaneous is right; but even if they were radical, it wouldn't matter anyway because they were paying more attention to the benefits of joining the empire.
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| August 28, 2009, 5:13 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Please note that I did not intend to come across in a rude way. However, some political stances have to be set straight as to prevent confusion. Still, I only require the the state of Southern Germany that I have outlined. You may still take heed to the North if you'd like. Your call, I do apologize again if I came along quite too strong.

Yes, northern Germany will remain mine... all is good.
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| August 28, 2009, 5:16 pm
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