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International Conversation Forum Pt. VIII
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Yet the time has come, neigh do we dare silence ourselves.

Headlines:

-Ukraine has taken Romania

-SSW has issued 10,000 troops to Korea

-Germany may be shifting power
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| August 28, 2009, 4:44 pm
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The SSW will be mobilizing some 4,000 more troops into the state of S. Germany to make an advance on the Czech Republic. With this maneuver in place, we may be able to pinch the enemy forces into the capital city as to overcrowd and cause a lack of supplies in the long-haul.

Anyhow, 250 AMBTs have been ordered to be fall in with the Army. 'Tis a small number as of yet, but the estimated number of completion will be 5,000 by mid-year 2036. A third of the order should be completed end-year.
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| August 28, 2009, 5:06 pm
This morning my BrickLink order of 50 tank tread links was shipped. Work on a new Prussian tank will begin as soon as they arrive.
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| August 28, 2009, 5:19 pm
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SSW troops have been primed for the simultaneous invasion of the Czech Republic and Slovakia. If the schedule is made true, we should reach the Slav's capital by 2300 hours being the latest. The Czech capital should be reached by 0500 at latest. The Czech capital should be the hardest to take control of, but should fall within 5 days maximum; the Slav capital should be taken within 3.

An assault on Serbia is being question seeing as though their government is having second-thoughts on engaging the SSW whatsoever. Also, the state of South Germany has been officially annexed and the paperwork should be completed within 2 days.
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| August 28, 2009, 9:11 pm
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My operation in Bulgaria was a success. My bombers effectively neutralized the Bulgarian Air force. Then my navy destroyed the bulgarian beach defense with the help of the new Ankara-class battle cruisers. My marines completed their objective by capturing an air base where i could fly in reinforcements. The new BMP-5's and T-115's both preformed spectacularly. My forces are holding a line along the greek border north to 25 miles west of Silven to the Ukrainian border.
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| August 28, 2009, 10:24 pm
The 9th Armored has been attacked in Tibet by Rebels of a new Terrorist Cell. We do not know yet what is the name of said Cell.

Back to National Heroes day:

There will be military parades throughout the weekend. They will show the new weapons, equipment, and vehicles. There will also be an airshow in Fort Santiago and will Demonstrate the Upgraded MiG-X's.
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| August 29, 2009, 6:17 am
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with the Romania conflict over, we will now concentrate on conquering the surrounded and out-gunned country of Moldova.

Dr. Spontaneous:
Since we are now neighbors in the Balkans,
I would like to propose a loose Alliance. Namely, I don't shoot you, you don't shoot me.
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| August 29, 2009, 10:56 am
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SSW forces have pushed into Bratislava. Surprisingly, the city is quite dead in terms of civilian activity. It seems the Slovakian government had already known we'd invade there first. We may have to switch up our tactics a bit. Forces from Hungary will be stationed out Szob and then high-tail it to Galanta. Galanta is a fairly dense highway center, making it a very likely area for the Slovakian troops to pass through and move into the eastern portion of the country.

Anyhow, the forces sent to take Prague have encountered a high deal of pocketed resistance. The northern SSW forces have been halted several miles from Plzen. MCAPs will be sent around noon today to bombard the city and its outer defenses, which includes the enemy forces attacking my troops. The southern SSW troops, however, are seeing a tad less resistance. Several armoured columns have pushed Znojmo, where they will divide into two groups. One will head east to the city of Brno. The other, will head west to the city Trebrc, and ultimately, to the cities surrounding Prague.
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| August 29, 2009, 11:03 am
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Quoting Jack Ford
with the Romania conflict over, we will now concentrate on conquering the surrounded and out-gunned country of Moldova.

Dr. Spontaneous:
Since we are now neighbors in the Balkans,
I would like to propose a loose Alliance. Namely, I don't shoot you, you don't shoot me.

I believe that will be most beneficial to both of us. Thus, I haven't engaged your troops in N. Korea as to prevent an outbreak of war between our nations. However, border fortifications will still be built; this is a formality of sorts.
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| August 29, 2009, 11:04 am
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Today is a grand day in the Pacific Union, for we have a flag! http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/3867756949/in/photostream/

Further more... We now have completed our first tank design, a heavy assault vehicle: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/3868363155/ Testing is already underway. It is unknown if they will be available for foreign purchase.
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| August 29, 2009, 11:27 pm
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Seeing that the ukraine plans on invading moldavia we will set up a processing centers on the new Armenian-moldavian border to make sure no moldavian soldiers enter the new territory of east bulgaria.

Defensive Fortifications will be built along the syrian-armenian and iraqi-armenian borders due to the increasing amount of Terrorist attacks along the borders.

We plan on sending 10,000 combat engineers to Oep'o, an island of the the coast of the 38th parallel. They will establish a Refugee camp and an air field. It will be able to accomidate 12,000 refugees and 8,000 of my combat troops. 10 MiG-51's and 10 C-128 transport planes will be based at the air field. It will be also opened to injured combatants.

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| August 30, 2009, 12:38 pm
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The SSW Bureau of National Defense and Development has officially acknowledged the bill to further develop LASER-based technology. The plan is to develop the technology to become a cheap(er) and effective way to base the units on warships and some small-medium sized mobile platforms to intercept high-risks targets. i.e. nuclear warheads. Although the technology for such a feat should already be under hand, the sheer size of the available units make things a bit impractical.

In other news, the SSW has plans to incorporate the remaining German military into its own. With that being the case, some 2,000+ veteran soldiers will be dismissed of duty based upon their standing in combat. The only ones being released will be those who have fought in three or more campaigns/theatres.

Moving on, the SSW has reopened its gunship project in hopes of finishing the already started craft. It's final development should be released by end-week. Also, the promised AMBT should be released either today or tomorrow given if the final design needs to be tweaked.
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| August 30, 2009, 12:51 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW will be mobilizing some 4,000 more troops into the state of S. Germany to make an advance on the Czech Republic. With this maneuver in place, we may be able to pinch the enemy forces into the capital city as to overcrowd and cause a lack of supplies in the long-haul.

Anyhow, 250 AMBTs have been ordered to be fall in with the Army. 'Tis a small number as of yet, but the estimated number of completion will be 5,000 by mid-year 2036. A third of the order should be completed end-year.

Dr., there is a new problem with your annexation of Germany.

Previously, I had invited some MOCers to rule thee nations in my empire like I have done recently. One of those was Tom Reinacher. I gave him the position of Chancellor of Germany. It seems I had forgotten that Germany was actually under my control when you decided to annex it. Worse still, he IS a German himself. If you would be kind enough, Dr., please allow me to have Germany back.
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| August 30, 2009, 5:23 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Dr., there is a new problem with your annexation of Germany.

Previously, I had invited some MOCers to rule thee nations in my empire like I have done recently. One of those was Tom Reinacher. I gave him the position of Chancellor of Germany. It seems I had forgotten that Germany was actually under my control when you decided to annex it. Worse still, he IS a German himself. If you would be kind enough, Dr., please allow me to have Germany back.


I smell conflict again...
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| August 30, 2009, 5:31 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I smell conflict again...

Task forces are readying to deploy to Germany as we speak.
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| August 30, 2009, 5:34 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Dr., there is a new problem with your annexation of Germany.

Previously, I had invited some MOCers to rule thee nations in my empire like I have done recently. One of those was Tom Reinacher. I gave him the position of Chancellor of Germany. It seems I had forgotten that Germany was actually under my control when you decided to annex it. Worse still, he IS a German himself. If you would be kind enough, Dr., please allow me to have Germany back.

Negative. After re-reading the previous ICFs, you only took the state of North Germany. Also, you can invite all the members you want to control your states, but they play no role in this storyline itself seeing as though they aren't independent nations.
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| August 30, 2009, 6:24 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Negative. After re-reading the previous ICFs, you only took the state of North Germany. Also, you can invite all the members you want to control your states, but they play no role in this storyline itself seeing as though they aren't independent nations.

Alright then, it's yours. Besides, it'll go very well with Austria, and it'll be nice to have stupid Bavaria out of our way.
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| August 30, 2009, 6:44 pm
The IAC-3 Halftrack has finally been released. It is now entering mass production and will soon replace a little over half of the Prussian Army's current IAC-1 Werewolves.
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| August 30, 2009, 7:49 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Due to the recent political stress between the SSW and Prusso-Egypt, the MU's sale of military equipment to Prusso-Egypt has been cancelled. The ordered products will not be shipped and any money paid to the MU by Prusso-Egypt will be returned to them.

We just don't want our good friends the SSW being attacked with MU tech in the event war breaks out. Such an event could spark unwanted tensions with the SSW. Obviously, the MU does not wish for this so to prevent any unnecessary tensions, the deal will be cancelled.

Anyway, the first day of Phase Two of the MU assault in Morocco has met moderate resistance for the first time in this campaign. The resistance was still dealt with accordingly and the assault will continue as scheduled.

Also, the Armenian port in Morbihan is ready for use. The PCU port in Malta will be ready in five more days.

Wow. Everyone seems to think Spontaneous and I are on the brink of war. NOT SO! I consider the SSW an ally, in fact! Maybe we should have another political stances thread.
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| August 30, 2009, 8:15 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
I'm not saying on the brink, it is just the recent tension in central Europe could possibly erupt at any moment. If you can't see the tension, just put your shoes in that of a person from central Germany in 2035.

Say your mother's side of the family is in Prusso-Egypt's land. You visit them occassionally and enjoy seeing them. But your father's side lives in Austria, recently taken by the SSW. You still do not know of their fate and you are worried.

And now the SSW is annexing south Germany as well. Do you decide to saty with the SSW and favor their government over Prusso-Egypt's? Or decide to move in with your mother's family in Prussia to escape the SSW? What if you here yur father's side is safe and happy and you wish to join them?

Even just small family matters like that can affect many civilians, clearly causing tension. It could just fade, or it could erupt.

I see. Well, I think peace will easily solve those problems. I think Spontaneous and I should have open borders, too.
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| August 30, 2009, 8:45 pm
International energy sales will now begin. Who wants to buy petroleum and/or electricity???
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| August 30, 2009, 8:58 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
International energy sales will now begin. Who wants to buy petroleum and/or electricity???


No thanks, we here in the Pacific Union have taken to using hydrogen fuel cells and have set up large solar panel arrays in the barren plains of Eastern Oregon, not to mention the swathes if wind turbines in the Columbia Gorge.
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| August 30, 2009, 9:07 pm
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As of right now, borders with North Germany will be on high alert seeing as though I still have to deal with stabilization of the new SSW order in the area. I don't like dividing the people of Germany, however my pride and personal morals do tend to get in the way. I suppose Germany will once again see the darkness of two powers looming over their nations; one of the new Western order and one of old.

In other news, the SSW plans on adapting a half-track of its own. Seeing as though mechanization in Europe can be a bit advantageous or grueling depending on the country, half-tracks offer a very wide array of operational standpoints seeing as though it has the best of both worlds. Although many Western militaries halve done away with hybrid vehicles of the sort, the SSW is more utilitarian on the field to make do with the somewhat limited array of available resources.
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| August 30, 2009, 9:07 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
I'm not saying on the brink


Quoting Jeffery Smith
could possibly erupt at any moment.


Quoting Jeffery Smith
It could just fade, or it could erupt.


To obtain least confusion, the bottom quote would have been right where the second quote is. I was a bit "huh?" until I saw the bottom quote.


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| August 30, 2009, 9:09 pm
I don't have much to report. But if any of my allies need any military support or would like to trade, I'd be happy to due so. In other news, the vehicles and troops given to Scotland by Texas, will be stationed in Maryland.
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| August 30, 2009, 9:14 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
I don't have much to report. But if any of my allies need any military support or would like to trade, I'd be happy to due so. In other news, the vehicles and troops given to Scotland by Texas, will be stationed in Maryland.

Would you like to buy some oil or electricity?
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| August 30, 2009, 9:16 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

No thanks, we here in the Pacific Union have taken to using hydrogen fuel cells and have set up large solar panel arrays in the barren plains of Eastern Oregon, not to mention the swathes if wind turbines in the Columbia Gorge.

Ha ha! Now that's something that we greatly admire here in Prusso-Egypt! Good going!
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| August 30, 2009, 9:18 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Would you like to buy some oil or electricity?

I may be interested in some petrol for our aircraft. What's the price per barrel?
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| August 30, 2009, 9:18 pm
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Quoting Shk Ad Aw
I don't have much to report. But if any of my allies need any military support or would like to trade, I'd be happy to due so. In other news, the vehicles and troops given to Scotland by Texas, will be stationed in Maryland.

Have you made up your mind on the MiG-51's, MiG-68's, and Ar-59's. We are also offering the BMP-5 and T-115 for sale to Scotland.
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| August 30, 2009, 9:26 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
I may be interested in some petrol for our aircraft. What's the price per barrel?

Well, there's about 40 gallons in a barrel, it's 30 cents per gallon in Prusso-Egypt, so... it's about $12.00 USD per barrel.

DO A BARREL ROLL! lolz
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| August 30, 2009, 9:32 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Have you made up your mind on the MiG-51's, MiG-68's, and Ar-59's. We are also offering the BMP-5 and T-115 for sale to Scotland.

We're most interested in the MiG-68, and we'd like to purchase one unit for test and evaluation.
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| August 30, 2009, 9:32 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Well, there's about 40 gallons in a barrel, it's 30 cents per gallon in Prusso-Egypt, so... it's about $12.00 USD per barrel.

DO A BARREL ROLL! lolz
Alright, Scotland will come up with a barrel amount within the next day.

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| August 30, 2009, 9:33 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Ha ha! Now that's something that we greatly admire here in Prusso-Egypt! Good going!


We have a very unique enviroment here in the Pacific Northwest of North America, we'll do everything we can to preserve it. Temperate rainforests ftw!
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| August 30, 2009, 9:35 pm
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Quoting Shk Ad Aw
We're most interested in the MiG-68, and we'd like to purchase one unit for test and evaluation.

It will be delivered imediatly. My men are preparing a A varient right now. The price will be 130 million USD.
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| August 30, 2009, 9:39 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Well, there's about 40 gallons in a barrel, it's 30 cents per gallon in Prusso-Egypt, so... it's about $12.00 USD per barrel.

DO A BARREL ROLL! lolz
Alright, Scotland will come up with a barrel amount within the next day.

Very good. Thank you for shopping at Prusso-Mart!
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| August 30, 2009, 9:43 pm
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Moldova has fallen, and with the extra land, Ukrainian power companies have gained permission to build ten more Nuclear power plants. These will be used to generate the power, and no weapons will be made with the reactors.

The Korean front is still going sssllloowwllyy...


By the way, Michael and I have been reeaaally busy lately, and it is unlikely that we will have daily access to the forum until September ~15, so please be patient if we don't comment or reply in a while. (We are going to go moose hunting and the packing and preparing process is simply outrageous...)
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| August 31, 2009, 10:55 am
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
Quoting Jack Ford

By the way, Michael and I have been reeaaally busy lately, and it is unlikely that we will have daily access to the forum until September ~15, so please be patient if we don't comment or reply in a while. (We are going to go moose hunting and the packing and preparing process is simply outrageous...)
Us moderators should keep it all under control while you two are gone. Best of luck with your hunt! If you get anything be sure to oat it on Flickr like you did with your bear. Have fun.

We now have the power of the world in our hands...>:-)
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| August 31, 2009, 3:54 pm
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The SSW has officially started the mass production of the AMBTs. Minor tweaking from the original couple hundred or so has lead to a bit more sophistication and ease of production. Also, the gunship program is nearing 45% completion and the final product looks promising. It has been dubbed the Advanced Aerial Gunship, or AAG, and is aptly compared to a flying tank; nothing to be ashamed of.

Moving on, a political reform in Germany is occurring. The SSW is implementing its ministries and the like, of which should offer a great deal of stabilization in the area. After peering over the border, it is already apparent of how different the North and South are. Also, the state of South Germany is now officially that. The SSG promises to host a great deal of resources for the SSW to harness and a new outlook on its actions in terms of policies and war.
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| August 31, 2009, 8:41 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW has officially started the mass production of the AMBTs. Minor tweaking from the original couple hundred or so has lead to a bit more sophistication and ease of production. Also, the gunship program is nearing 45% completion and the final product looks promising. It has been dubbed the Advanced Aerial Gunship, or AAG, and is aptly compared to a flying tank; nothing to be ashamed of.

Moving on, a political reform in Germany is occurring. The SSW is implementing its ministries and the like, of which should offer a great deal of stabilization in the area. After peering over the border, it is already apparent of how different the North and South are. Also, the state of South Germany is now officially that. The SSG promises to host a great deal of resources for the SSW to harness and a new outlook on its actions in terms of policies and war.

Question- will the Deutsches Bahn (German Railroad) still be able to opertate between north and south Germany?
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| August 31, 2009, 10:25 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW has officially started the mass production of the AMBTs. Minor tweaking from the original couple hundred or so has lead to a bit more sophistication and ease of production. Also, the gunship program is nearing 45% completion and the final product looks promising. It has been dubbed the Advanced Aerial Gunship, or AAG, and is aptly compared to a flying tank; nothing to be ashamed of.

Moving on, a political reform in Germany is occurring. The SSW is implementing its ministries and the like, of which should offer a great deal of stabilization in the area. After peering over the border, it is already apparent of how different the North and South are. Also, the state of South Germany is now officially that. The SSG promises to host a great deal of resources for the SSW to harness and a new outlook on its actions in terms of policies and war.

Question- will the Deutsches Bahn (German Railroad) still be able to operate between north and south Germany?

And remember, there is still a little slice of Prussia down there you need to avoid.
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| August 31, 2009, 10:27 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Question- will the Deutsches Bahn (German Railroad) still be able to operate between north and south Germany?

And remember, there is still a little slice of Prussia down there you need to avoid.

Accordingly, yes. However, the SSW will be requiring permits to operate on our side of Germany. Also, what portion of Prussia are you referring to?
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| August 31, 2009, 10:31 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
The IAC-3 Halftrack has finally been released. It is now entering mass production and will soon replace a little over half of the Prussian Army's current IAC-1 Werewolves.
May I buy some from you comrade?

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| September 1, 2009, 5:02 am
Now wat is going on? I leave for a trip to Utah where i have absolutely no computer access and suddenly, we have another foum. Wat the holy heck is blasted going on?
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| September 1, 2009, 2:48 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
Reconstruction with what money, Dave? You seem to have forgotten or just ignored the fact that your country was absolutely shattered. You would have no source of income to fund reconstruction or even move yourself from America overseas to New Zealand. You honestly need to be a bit more realistic with things, and you can't just say you've taken something like New Zealand without declaring your assault first and having built creations for your army.

Without stating that beforehand or having any creations, you have no legitimate way to say to any of us that you have spontaneously controlled New Zealand with some magically earned money after your own country was reduced to ash.


I was about to ask the same thing. And underwater caves are often highly unstable and dangerous.

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| September 1, 2009, 3:06 pm
I would like to join the PCU with my state as Idaho. No jokes about Idaho please.
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| September 1, 2009, 3:27 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
I would like to join the PCU with my state as Idaho. No jokes about Idaho please.


Keep it on the down low... I don't want a bunch of people to join suddenly, you know. Welcome to the Pacific Union, remember that we still answer to Alaska ultimately.
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| September 1, 2009, 3:29 pm
Yes sir.
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| September 1, 2009, 3:36 pm
Sorry, Awe. Gmail failed on me.
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| September 1, 2009, 3:45 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
Sorry, Awe. Gmail failed on me.


Same, how odd...

I think we'll send an expedition back in time to find out the problem... PCU, to the past!
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| September 1, 2009, 3:48 pm
Bringing no fores with me. :P
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| September 1, 2009, 3:50 pm
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With the MU in the UEN, it has been acclaimed the top superpower due to various reasons. The SSW will now claim the MU an official ally of which may open new doors in terms of initial operation without having to think to keenly on opposing alliances.

In other news, the SSW will be sending 350 AMBTs (nearly the entire current production) to Germany with an additional 8,000 troops. Also, several air divisions will be sent to cover the two basic masses available, air and land.

Moving on, ambassadors will be sent to the nations of South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland. With the nations of North Africa shifting power, there is reason to believe the same may happen in the south. With that being the case, it is best to know you have an upper-power that can control the masses well.
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| September 1, 2009, 4:41 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Reconstruction with what money, Dave? You seem to have forgotten or just ignored the fact that your country was absolutely shattered. You would have no source of income to fund reconstruction or even move yourself from America overseas to New Zealand. You honestly need to be a bit more realistic with things, and you can't just say you've taken something like New Zealand without declaring your assault first and having built creations for your army.

Without stating that beforehand or having any creations, you have no legitimate way to say to any of us that you have spontaneously controlled New Zealand with some magically earned money after your own country was reduced to ash.

Ditto(you do know that you have awesome things to say jeff and it would be annoying and repetitive to copy you:) ) and doesn't Phillip hold Newzealand or something?
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| September 1, 2009, 5:15 pm
What the...?? that is not possible!!! A flight of 8 F-5 tigers was jumped by a number no less than 16 aircraft bearing Nu and SSW markings. during the esnsuing violent dogfight, 6 of the tigers were shot down and 11 of the supposed MU and SSW aircraft shot down and the rest bugged out south. Jeff, Doc, are you guys missing any aircraft because the fighters encountered were your puma 2 aircraft. what the heck is going on? My BEST friend was the flight lead and was killed when one of "your" pilots shot him down. Talk to you later
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| September 1, 2009, 7:12 pm
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Quoting Maverick Mitchell
What the...?? that is not possible!!! A flight of 8 F-5 tigers was jumped by a number no less than 16 aircraft bearing Nu and SSW markings. during the esnsuing violent dogfight, 6 of the tigers were shot down and 11 of the supposed MU and SSW aircraft shot down and the rest bugged out south. Jeff, Doc, are you guys missing any aircraft because the fighters encountered were your puma 2 aircraft. what the heck is going on? My BEST friend was the flight lead and was killed when one of "your" pilots shot him down. Talk to you later

SSW flights are all controlled via my personal ministry. All military command officials must relay the proposed plans/strategies to me before getting my seal of approval. Also, the SSW has a limited AF and the only combat planet we fly is the MCAP, of which, is not suitable for air-to-air combat.
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| September 1, 2009, 7:35 pm
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Seeing as though Scotland has taken the British Parliament and her nation, this would include the Falklands in note of them being controlled/accepted under British rule. With that said, the SSW is requesting a strategic placement of a division of its forces. An immediate response would be greatly appreciated.

In other news, Swaziland has promised to join the SSW in hopes of establishing a better rule in the area. The current Lesotho government is highly considering the offer and should have a reply by late tomorrow. However, South Africa is still doubtful that the SSW can fully support such a remote nation in terms of distance from the Swiss government. Still, seeing as though the area has a great British influence, a good word from Scotland may put the SSW in keen sights.

Moving on, UUCs have been put on the top list for mass production to fill the military gap in Germany. New factories in the area will arise within this month and old ones will be refurbished to further extend production.

In note of production, the industries built in British Colombia will begin operations tomorrow with the entirety of the facility completed. These industries should boost both the RA and SSW economy greatly, while at the same time, developing the PCU's military a bit more. If interested AMBTs will be available to the RA, namely the PCU seeing as though Alaska still uses the Abrams.
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| September 1, 2009, 9:04 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Accordingly, yes. However, the SSW will be requiring permits to operate on our side of Germany. Also, what portion of Prussia are you referring to?

It's called Hohenzollern:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Province_of_Hohenzollern
It's in Baden-Wrttemberg.
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| September 1, 2009, 9:11 pm
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
The IAC-3 Halftrack has finally been released. It is now entering mass production and will soon replace a little over half of the Prussian Army's current IAC-1 Werewolves.
May I buy some from you comrade?

Of course! They're $1,000,000 a unit. How many would you like?
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| September 1, 2009, 9:13 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
It's called Hohenzollern:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Province_of_Hohenzollern
It's in Baden-Wrttemberg.

Hmm...I see. This province will be quarantined by the SSW and no support shall come from my portion of the state. You'll have fly in your supplies seeing as though the railroad system into the area is shutdown due to stabilization of the area.
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| September 1, 2009, 9:18 pm
Quoting President Dave Smith of the Union Republic
the UR is being reconstucted. our under water cave is still active but we don't use it as much. we are rebuilding in new zeland but only 1 of the islands we can not tell you witch until reconstuction is complete and sense new zeland is the worlds top producer of dairy we will be back in buisness. the reconstuction will end soon and our nation will be back and when ready well ill tell you were are we are on both islands. but when our army is up and ready we will go to the european front and fight ukraine but we will never go to war with an RA nation or UEN nation unless they demand land.

Jeffrey is right as usual, so there is no way you're really in New Zealand. Just to make sure, though, the Egyptian Navy will take a nice little cruise through the Suez right down to New Zealand, see what's going on, and blow you and your remaining forces out of the water if we see you. Good luck! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Evil is FUN :D
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| September 1, 2009, 9:27 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Seeing as though Scotland has taken the British Parliament and her nation, this would include the Falklands in note of them being controlled/accepted under British rule. With that said, the SSW is requesting a strategic placement of a division of its forces. An immediate response would be greatly appreciated.
I give you permission to station troops in the Falklands.
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| September 1, 2009, 9:43 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
With the MU in the UEN, it has been acclaimed the top superpower due to various reasons. The SSW will now claim the MU an official ally of which may open new doors in terms of initial operation without having to think to keenly on opposing alliances.

In other news, the SSW will be sending 350 AMBTs (nearly the entire current production) to Germany with an additional 8,000 troops. Also, several air divisions will be sent to cover the two basic masses available, air and land.

Moving on, ambassadors will be sent to the nations of South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland. With the nations of North Africa shifting power, there is reason to believe the same may happen in the south. With that being the case, it is best to know you have an upper-power that can control the masses well.

Just to let you know- The actual state of Prussia in northern Germany is no longer completely dominant. The German states that historically surrounded it have been re-instated, forming the Republic of Greater Germany. There is debate in the Bureau of Intellectuals (our legislature) over whether the rest of the northern German states, except Brandenburg, should be ceded to Germany or not. I will probably make that decision up to President Reinacher.

Its funny, wherever we take new territories, Dr. S, I always seem to take the north and you the south. It's already like that in Europe and America, now Africa? Madness!

Speaking of Africa, there is good news and bad news. The good news is that Chad, Niger, Mali, and Mauritania are very interested in joining the empire, and that Eritrea, Djibouti and Ethiopia have officially joined. That's where the bad news comes in. Somalia, which is now ruled by Pirate Warlords, is not very happy about having imperial neighbors. Pirates have been rampaging off the coast and militias rampaging in Ethiopia. So, an army group, under my command as Field Marshal, and an Egyptian naval task force has been sent to deal with those pesky African buccaneers.
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| September 1, 2009, 9:47 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Very good. Thank you for shopping at Prusso-Mart!

Unfortunately, Scotland's purchase of petrol from Prusso-Eygpt will have to be temporarily postponed. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
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| September 1, 2009, 9:49 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
Unfortunately, Scotland's purchase of petrol from Prusso-Eygpt will have to be temporarily postponed. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

No problem, take your time! Just speak when you are ready.
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| September 1, 2009, 9:52 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
No problem, take your time! Just speak when you are ready.

There seems to have been a disagreement in the Parliament. And Scotland would like to re-open the order, purchasing 5,000 barrels at the cost of 60,000 USD. Could the order be shipped ASAP?
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| September 1, 2009, 10:00 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
There seems to have been a disagreement in the Parliament. And Scotland would like to re-open the order, purchasing 5,000 barrels at the cost of 60,000 USD. Could the order be shipped ASAP?

Certainly! The barrels will arrive by train, then ship, by tomorrow morning.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:11 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
No problem, take your time! Just speak when you are ready.

If Scotland's order of barrels could be transfered into the hands of the MU (for them to ship to me) that would be great, as it makes it easier for me, and you don't have to worry about your ships coming all the way to Scotland. Thanks.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:13 pm
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With permission from Scotland, a convoy of some 40 fully-loaded MRNCs and two submarines will arrive in the Falklands. They will be sailing from Panama, reducing the trip to about two day's time instead of five. The estimated number of SSW troops stationed in the area should be around 1,200 and 12 tanks will also accommodate them.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:16 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
If Scotland's order of barrels could be transfered into the hands of the MU (for them to ship to me) that would be great, as it makes it easier for me, and you don't have to worry about your ships coming all the way to Scotland. Thanks.

Roger that, train is departing for Paris.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:17 pm
In other news, the Scottish Parliament has spoken to South Africa as a favor for an allied nation and South Africa has agreed to join the SSW.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:18 pm
I am sending a AC-130 Gunship with about 20 PCU troops on it for a week long recon mission to Montana, Wisconsin,and Utah. Departing tomorrow at 7 A.M.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:23 pm
Texas has now become of aware that our oil resources are dwindling and we refuse to buy it foreign, so, Seeing as how we now have Mexico we are planning on launching scouting missions to Venezuela in case we need to attack. I would also like to ask if Michael ever lifted those drilling-bans in Alaska?
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| September 1, 2009, 10:25 pm
Quoting Squirelly .
I am sending a AC-130 Gunship with about 20 PCU troops on it for a week long recon mission to Montana, Wisconsin,and Utah. Departing tomorrow at 7 A.M.

Hmm, seeing as how they are already part of the URSA what interest could you have in them?
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| September 1, 2009, 10:27 pm
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With aid from Scotland, the SSW now controls the southern-most tip of Africa. This will now appropriately enable the SSW to control various shipping routes between nations. Also, seeing as though South Africa and neighbors are fairly developed in terms of technology and overall social/economic status, stabilization should be short. However, border fortifications will be a must with the ever-shifting powers of Africa. Military industries in the area will be opened to add might quickly and efficiently to the area.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:28 pm
I am sending three Apache helicopters and two Blackhawks helicopters in case of emergency. They will never be more than a half a mile away.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:28 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Hmm, seeing as how they are already part of the URSA what interest could you have in them?

I would just want to explore. Or I could use it as a staging ground...
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| September 1, 2009, 10:29 pm
Quoting Squirelly .
I would just want to explore. Or I could use it as a staging ground...

For?
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| September 1, 2009, 10:30 pm
Quoting Squirelly .
I would just want to explore. Or I could use it as a staging ground...

What's there to explore?
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| September 1, 2009, 10:30 pm
Seeing as I haven't officially sent those troops and aircraft out yet. I recall them. I am still sending 5 A-10 Warthogs to Utah. I don't care if that is my state or not. I am sending some.

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| September 1, 2009, 10:32 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
For?

A larger ground attack of course...
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| September 1, 2009, 10:33 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
What's there to explore?

The state.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:34 pm
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SSW forces have pulled out of the Czech Republic. A truce has been named seeing as though neither side is making any ground. However, the Republic will be helping the SSW to finish off Slovakia. Bratislava has already been taken, but the main hub of governmental actions has been shifted to the east portion of the country. Also, Serbia has been accepted into the truce as well; however, they were never truly involved. In a token of good will, the SSW will be reconstructing and paying for any damaged sustained during combat.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:35 pm
I am now sending a AC-130 Gunship to Kamchatka. 20 troops and 5 102 Delta Daggers are going to accompany it.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:38 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
I am now sending a AC-130 Gunship to Kamchatka. 20 troops and 5 102 Delta Daggers are going to accompany it.

Ok i am a little confused the F-102's were retired in 1976 this time line is 2035 they are so out of date they are not even suited to being combat drones let allown a combat air craft. I would recommend buying new combat aircraft from either from my self(MiG-68, MiG-51, and Ar-59 bombers) or the MU.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:44 pm
I am using the Idaho National Guards equipment as of present day...
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| September 1, 2009, 10:45 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
I am using the Idaho National Guards equipment as of present day...

Non of your fighter air craft have been in service for over thirty years even in the national guard. They would be shot down before they get of the ground, and they are not capable of firing modern weapons.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:49 pm
I was told to use Idaho National Guard's equipment by Micheal Ford. Was I wrong?
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| September 1, 2009, 10:50 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
I was told to use Idaho National Guard's equipment by Micheal Ford. Was I wrong?

no you are correct but i still don't believe that the Idaho National Guard operates F-102 and P-51 mustangs( almost a hundred years old) also you can buy new aircraft from other countries.
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| September 1, 2009, 10:53 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Negative, Mav, it was not an MU aircraft. All of ours airborne within the last few hours were just making a transfer to SSW airbases and are all accounted for on the ground. Even if it was the MU, the fighters airborne at the time were MUI-5 Panther stealth fighters that wouldn't have even been detected. It was not the MU who attacked you, but since your pilots saw the markings did they ID the type of aircraft?

Yes my pilots did ID the aircraft. according to the pilots, they were your delta-winged Puma II fighters.
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| September 2, 2009, 12:13 am
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Of course! They're $1,000,000 a unit. How many would you like?

Just a hundred units for the Red Army
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| September 2, 2009, 4:02 am
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Well we haven't operated the Puma II for several years now. All of these aircraft are either in museum displays or being recycled. I think you must have mistaken them for something else.

they were delta winged and looked a little like the F-4, like your Puma. It could be a copy, you know, like the Israeli nesher and French mirage 5
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| September 2, 2009, 9:00 am
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Quoting Cole Atelian
no you are correct but i still don't believe that the Idaho National Guard operates F-102 and P-51 mustangs( almost a hundred years old) also you can buy new aircraft from other countries.


I don't recall him mentioning P-51's... It's like the time Tedious said something about T-54's when someone was talking about T-115's. Are people here confused by names and numbers?


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| September 2, 2009, 2:06 pm
On Wikipedia it said that the Idaho National Guard uses P-51s. A-10s are still used by the US so I think they qualify...
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| September 2, 2009, 2:09 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
On Wikipedia it said that the Idaho National Guard uses P-51s. A-10s are still used by the US so I think they qualify...


P-51's? Madness. They're good fighters, but they're hardly even a match for a MiG 15, let alone a MiG 51, a modern fighter in this timeline.
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| September 2, 2009, 2:15 pm
So what should I do? I think that I have alot more modern fighters in my stats but I need you to probably double check them. :P
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| September 2, 2009, 2:16 pm
Don't trust Wiki. Go to the Idaho National Guard offical website (if they have one), or talk to a recruiter or someone else in the Idaho NG.
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| September 2, 2009, 3:40 pm
Uh. I don't live IN Idaho. I live in Oklahoma.
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| September 2, 2009, 3:43 pm
My troops have arrived in Russia.No resistance as of yet. In other news, Idaho scientists are at the first stoppage point for the new PCU APC.
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| September 2, 2009, 4:34 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
My troops have arrived in Russia.No resistance as of yet. In other news, Idaho scientists are at the first stoppage point for the new PCU APC.


What are you doing in Russia?
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| September 2, 2009, 6:14 pm
Exploring.
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| September 2, 2009, 6:15 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
Exploring.


Ah, I guess I'll send some "explorers" of my own. Ready the fishing boats, men, we're going to Russia! Or would container ships be better? We don't have what you'd call a navy, you know.
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| September 2, 2009, 6:26 pm
I am going to redirect existing forces to Chukotskiye. I am also sending 5,000 more troops on C-130 Transports to that country. A-10 Warthogs number in at about 15. I have some 10 Abrams tanks rolling onto the teansports and some Apaches too. About 10 of them.
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| September 2, 2009, 6:35 pm
15 MiG-51s will be accomodating my A-10s.
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| September 2, 2009, 6:42 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
An American nation importing MiGs? Sounds a bit out of place...


We're new and desperate for any form of military. DON'T JUDGE US!
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| September 2, 2009, 6:48 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
Haha, I'm not judging, just merely questioning having to hassle for aircraft from across the world while you are located right in the US where you can by locally from the RA, for example. Having the same aircraft as them would help if you ever need to make an emergency landing in Alaskan territory, as they would have the right parts to fix you up. Whereas if you landed there with a MiG, you would probably be out of luck.


It would, but until we get our own planes functioning, we're using the MiG's.
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| September 2, 2009, 6:52 pm
10 C-130s will be given to Oregon for troop transports....
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| September 2, 2009, 6:53 pm
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Because it'll take a good many C-130's to get my "explorers" to Russia, we're gonna go ahead and borrow some from other states, such as California, to supplement the ones in from Washington and Idaho. If Alaska is feeling kind, maybe we can get some from them as well.
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| September 2, 2009, 6:58 pm
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Some 20,000 SSW troops now accommodate Germany. By the end of this week, 50,000 should be in the area. This may seem too high given the time, but with already existing SSW states in the area, transportation is swift and efficient. Also, Phase One of the naval convoy sent to the Falklands has arrived. This means some 400 soldiers will be offloading within the next two to five hours. The other two phases should arrive later tonight.

Anyhow, a collaborative convoy of NBP and Belgian troops will be sent to South America. Although the area is indeed an African nation, of which Africa is stereotyped with having poor militaries, South Africa uses a very Western approach as to combat and command. Also, many of the people speak English, so reasserting the military in the nation won't be a problem. Although much of the nation is controlled by the African people, a great deal of foreign (white) peoples have immigrated to the area. So, xenophobia and social acclimatization shouldn't be a problem.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:00 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
15 MiG-51s will be accomodating my A-10s.

I will be sending the order to the Oregon company that produces the american version. They will produce them but MiG will pay for them.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:04 pm
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In response to the PCU, the SSW company of VDS can supply you with 30 MCAPs; 10 as a token of good will and 20 at $15.3 million USD per unit. Much of the MCAP is Western in design and can easily be repaired and supplemented by American parts. Plus, seeing as though the US carried the Harrier some time, being accustomed to the MCAP shouldn't be a problem.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:06 pm
So you are sending 10 to who? Me and Awe. Then I think we should split 5/5 right Awe?
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| September 2, 2009, 7:08 pm
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^^^Oregon Aeronautics and Engineering would be glad to build the fighters.

As for other things, the first wave of C-130's has been launched to Russia, everyone not onboard (A lot) are en route up to Alaska, decreasing the travel distance for the C-130's. Hopefully we can get a hold of some ships while we're there.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:09 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In response to the PCU, the SSW company of VDS can supply you with 30 MCAPs; 10 as a token of good will and 20 at $15.3 million USD per unit. Much of the MCAP is Western in design and can easily be repaired and supplemented by American parts. Plus, seeing as though the US carried the Harrier some time, being accustomed to the MCAP shouldn't be a problem.


Well, thank you. Send them to Alaska, that's where a good deal of my army will be waiting.

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| September 2, 2009, 7:10 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
So you are sending 10 to who? Me and Awe. Then I think we should split 5/5 right Awe?


Yea, we'll use them to get our fully army into Russia.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:11 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
Speaking of ships, your two ports in Malta are ready for your occupation. Perhaps one of those C-130s or another transport might need to be rerouted to Malta to drop off the staff of your ports and their personal objects.


Nah, we'll "borrow" a 747 at PDX for that. Whoa! Why didn't I think of that before? Oh, that's right, civilian jets need proper airports, don't they.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:13 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
15 MiG-51s will be accomodating my A-10s.

The Ar-59 is a good plane to supplement the MiG-51's and about 1/3 of the parts are made by boeing.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:13 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
You have clearance to land at an MU commercial airport in Malta. It is located 25 miles to the east of your ports so a short drive will be needed for you to reach your port.


Thank you, we're sending our people. Now the PCU has a port clear out in the middle of the Mediterranian!
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| September 2, 2009, 7:17 pm
I issue 5 Black Hawk helicopters to Oregon to carry some of Oregon's troops to Alaska.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:20 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
I issue 5 Black Hawk helicopters to Oregon to carry some of Oregon's troops to Alaska.


A few lucky troops are getting rides today... Anything to get to Russia faster.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:21 pm
Quoting Squirelly .
Seeing as I haven't officially sent those troops and aircraft out yet. I recall them. I am still sending 5 A-10 Warthogs to Utah. I don't care if that is my state or not. I am sending some.

Negatory. I'm sending some FJ-96s to search the area, any of your men seen will be shot on sight. Attacking Utah, If I am correct would be an act of war on your own country.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:22 pm
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The new atlantic floatilla has left for the port in france. They will arrive there in one day. It will contain two Armavir-class destroyers and four MPNCAR's.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:24 pm
It's not an attack, just recon. I could send some larger craft though...
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| September 2, 2009, 7:25 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Negatory. I'm sending some FJ-96s to search the area, any of your men seen will be shot on sight. Attacking Utah, If I am correct would be an act of war on your own country.


You are correct. But he isn't attacking. I really don't know why he sent them there anyways.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:26 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Negatory. I'm sending some FJ-96s to search the area, any of your men seen will be shot on sight. Attacking Utah, If I am correct would be an act of war on your own country.

Although, if you get this approved by Michael then we'll have a chat about it and get this "America vs. America" thing resolved.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:28 pm
All 5 A-10 Warthogs are going to be re-routed to Russia.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:29 pm
Quoting Squirelly .
A larger ground attack of course...

Does this not imply attacking?
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| September 2, 2009, 7:29 pm
That was a comment regarding Montana. Not Utah. Alll forces in Utah are gone now.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:31 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Although, if you get this approved by Michael then we'll have a chat about it and get this "America vs. America" thing resolved.


Nothing is going on in Utah, sorry for the misunderstanding. I don't think our friends in Idaho knew Texas had an interesting Utah. Well, the PCU forces are headed to eastern Russia now, we've got our own work to do...
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| September 2, 2009, 7:31 pm
Idaho apoligizes for this misunderstanding...
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| September 2, 2009, 7:32 pm
Quoting Squirelly .
That was a comment regarding Montana. Not Utah. Alll forces in Utah are gone now.

Montana, if I am correct, is also URSA territory.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:32 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Montana, if I am correct, is also URSA territory.


Don't know what they're doing there, either. Probably just a recon team checking for any unreported instability, the kind that plagues many mid-western states these days.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:34 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Nothing is going on in Utah, sorry for the misunderstanding. I don't think our friends in Idaho knew Texas had an interesting Utah. Well, the PCU forces are headed to eastern Russia now, we've got our own work to do...

I wouldn't attack Russia; especially East Russia seeing as though a leader already accommodates that nation. Your economy is militarily built-up enough to sustain combat in such a vast area. Also, the Siberian cold season has already started and sending enough rations to withhold the weather would be tedious. Even more, Ukraine fully supports East Russia and war with them would mean defeat for you; no offense meant.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:34 pm
I was misinformed yesterday. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:35 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I wouldn't attack Russia; especially East Russia seeing as though a leader already accommodates that nation. Your economy is militarily built-up enough to sustain combat in such a vast area. Also, the Siberian cold season has already started and sending enough rations to withhold the weather would be tedious. Even more, Ukraine fully supports East Russia and war with them would mean defeat for you; no offense meant.


This guy in charge of East Russia, I've never seen him do anything in any of these. And I was under the impression that the URSA was at war with the CAS.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:38 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Nothing is going on in Utah, sorry for the misunderstanding. I don't think our friends in Idaho knew Texas had an interesting Utah. Well, the PCU forces are headed to eastern Russia now, we've got our own work to do...

No, I don't want Utah, I just didn't want to see more dead Americans. My interests are in Arizona and California. Although I doubt the URSA is willing to give those up. I would rather take Venezuela. Seeing as how the Mexican Royal Marines wont have any trouble taking out the southern third-world countries.
As a matter-of-fact they are preparing for drop off in C-130 gunships as we speak.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:40 pm
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My reply went to be moderated, Doctor.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:40 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
I'll review it, hold on.


And there it appears, a few comments up.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:42 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

And there it appears, a few comments up.

All they have to do is crush him like Dave Smith or whoever was in the UR. I would also like to ask, who controls Venezuela.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:48 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
I do not believe there is any member controlling it. I think it would be up for grabs, and I don't think any members in South America are active nough to be bothered by it.

Full scale invasion it is. Now I have more oil. Muwahahahahahahahaha! Alright, sorry for the immaturity.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:53 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
All they have to do is crush him like Dave Smith or whoever was in the UR. I would also like to ask, who controls Venezuela.


Yea, that's what I was thinking. The only problem would be the Ukraine and their CAS friends if they coming hunting for heads. In any case, they'll need to choose between focusing on the Korean front, or getting back east Russia, in all it's empty and desolate glory.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:53 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

This guy in charge of East Russia, I've never seen him do anything in any of these. And I was under the impression that the URSA was at war with the CAS.

It is; however, the URSA is currently and heavily involved in Korea. Directing an attack on East Russia may bring unnecessary economic loss depending on the outcome.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:53 pm
URSA isn't in Russia. PCU is.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:55 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
It is; however, the URSA is currently and heavily involved in Korea. Directing an attack on East Russia may bring unnecessary economic loss depending on the outcome.


As I said above: In any case, they'll need to choose between focusing on the Korean front, or getting back east Russia, in all it's empty and desolate glory.

It's pretty much a distraction. They can deal with us or not deal with us. Continue the fight in Korea and let us have east Russia, or take east Russia back and pull more things out of the Korean conflict, allowing URSA and the rest to face less resistance.
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| September 2, 2009, 7:59 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
URSA isn't in Russia. PCU is.

The PCU is directed under the URSA. Anyhow, in note to the PCU, I'd wait to attack East Russia. Like I've said, the Siberian cold front has already started and the weather in the area is inhospitable from the direction you're trying to attack from.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:04 pm
My ING is outfitted with cold trooper armor...
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| September 2, 2009, 8:08 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Dr., there is a new problem with your annexation of Germany.

Previously, I had invited some MOCers to rule thee nations in my empire like I have done recently. One of those was Tom Reinacher. I gave him the position of Chancellor of Germany. It seems I had forgotten that Germany was actually under my control when you decided to annex it. Worse still, he IS a German himself. If you would be kind enough, Dr., please allow me to have Germany back.


In the future, please refer any possible recruits to one of the Admins. Thanks.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:11 pm
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Everyone please read and re-read the "Moderation" thread.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:11 pm
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Just a hundred units for the Red Army

Very good. The units will be transported as you ship the money.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:11 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I would also like to ask if Michael ever lifted those drilling-bans in Alaska?


First thing we did was DRILL BABY, DRILL! Yeah, we've allowed a lot more drilling than the previous government. That's how we paid the bills for a while, and is still our biggest source of income.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:17 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The PCU is directed under the URSA. Anyhow, in note to the PCU, I'd wait to attack East Russia. Like I've said, the Siberian cold front has already started and the weather in the area is inhospitable from the direction you're trying to attack from.


As I wait for the water to boil, I shall answer. I don't personally know too much about the weather of eastern Russia, but it is plausible the cold is begining in September. Very early september. If we do this fast, we can dig in with proper fortifications and hold out in through the winter.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:17 pm
Plus my ING troops are outfitted with snow armor. I am posting them with my tank

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| September 2, 2009, 8:19 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
Plus my ING troops are outfitted with snow armor. I am posting them with my tank

Although the term "snow armor" sounds fine, there is no such thing. Armor generally obtains outside temperatures rather than produce it's own. Also, if you are referring to thermal projection units (internal heaters), they are too bulky and expensive to be practical.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:21 pm
I mean like suits you wear only in the snow.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:24 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
I was told to use Idaho National Guard's equipment by Micheal Ford. Was I wrong?


My bad, I had no clue the Idaho National Guard was still using F-102s. The National Guard up here flies F-15s.

With the military being a generation more current by 2035, your F-102-era units would be replaced by F-15s and F-16s, while your front-line fighters (not in the National Guard but stationed in Idaho) would be F-22s and F-35s.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:24 pm
Okay. Can I still use thos A-10s? I am quite fond of them....
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| September 2, 2009, 8:26 pm
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Quoting Squirelly .
I mean like suits you wear only in the snow.

If you are referring to a parka-type suit, then those are plausible; however, calling them "armor" is a bit flattering. Still, the Siberian winter generally devastates even the most well-prepared armies.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:32 pm
Well, since my APC isn't completley finished. I will add a heater type mechanism into it and I will send them too Russia.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:36 pm
Quoting Michael Ford

In the future, please refer any possible recruits to one of the Admins. Thanks.

Sorry, I was to tell you of several new recruits- they are the newest leaders in Prusso-Egypt:

Architect of Vonthako, Eastern America
Mag Strike, South Poland
Thomas N., Estonia
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| September 2, 2009, 8:36 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

It would, but until we get our own planes functioning, we're using the MiG's.


By next week, Boeing will have had enough time to get the Raptors rolling again. And since we've paid off the development cost, they're only 140 million.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:38 pm
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Ukraine won't take kindly to PCU/URSA activity in Eastern Russia: MiG and Sukhoi are located in Komsomolsk.

Signing off for about a week.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:38 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford
Ukraine won't take kindly to PCU/URSA activity in Eastern Russia: MiG and Sukhoi are located in Komsomolsk.

Signing off for about a week.


We're not expecting to get that far, Korkodon is a realistic estimate of how far we're gonna get.

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| September 2, 2009, 8:43 pm
I think are main goal is to have a small foothold so if we wanted to take it further in the future we could.
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| September 2, 2009, 8:45 pm
Quoting Michael Ford
Ukraine won't take kindly to PCU/URSA activity in Eastern Russia: MiG and Sukhoi are located in Komsomolsk.

Signing off for about a week.

Michael, how much would you say Arizona and California cost?
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| September 2, 2009, 8:56 pm
You can buy states?!
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| September 2, 2009, 9:31 pm
African leaders from all over north and west Africa have been discussing the prospect of joining Prusso-Egypt. Some have been a bit weary. With the Swiss probably to come in from the south soon, the Central African Republic and Cameroon asked to join the empire to create a kind of border between North and central/southern Africa- we agreed, thinking most of the Africans had made up their minds about joining us. Apparently, we weren't quite right. Islamist an other political and militant groups in Nigeria and southern Chad have become outraged, and immediately attacked. To our surprise, militant 'justice' groups in Cameroon sprang to the defense, and an African militant war ensued. So far, the Cameroonians are winning, and the Egyptian Marines will arrive soon to assist. Air support from the Egyptian Air Cavalry is already being provided.
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| September 2, 2009, 10:11 pm
Quoting Squirelly .
You can buy states?!

Errrm, annex them.
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| September 2, 2009, 10:19 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
The combat in Somalia has been very successful. Somaliland has already fallen, and the Prussian Army is now proceeding into Puntland- they will split up ant take it north and south. Royal Egyptian Marines have already landed in and overwhelmed Mogadishu, where the Islamist government was captured. The Marines will proceed to maintain control of the rivers and highways in Al-Shabab, then, if resistance is still met, fan out from them slowly to occupy the rest of the province.

I thought that the Ukraine was close allies with Somalia and had considerable military force there. Armenia also has a fleet based there and if there is any hostile actions against my ships an invasion will ensue.
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| September 2, 2009, 10:21 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
I thought that the Ukraine was close allies with Somalia and had considerable military force there. Armenia also has a fleet based there and if there is any hostile actions against my ships an invasion will ensue.

Thank you Mr. Atelian! Well, I can scratch that then. Now I can better deal with the sit-rap in Nigeria and Cameroon.
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| September 2, 2009, 10:28 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Thank you Mr. Atelian! Well, I can scratch that then. Now I can better deal with the sit-rap in Nigeria and Cameroon.

No problem i just didn't want to countries so close to home going to war.
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| September 2, 2009, 10:30 pm
Does ANYONE else besides the MU have any territories or alliances in north or west Africa? Speak now or forever hold your peace.
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| September 2, 2009, 10:30 pm
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South Africa, Lesotho, ans Swaziland have all officially raised the SSW flag. Integration of SSW military forces will take several months seeing as though South Africa is large state in itself and Africa is always shifting power-en-power. Also, offshore patrols will be taking place quite frequently and all passing merchant and military vessels must register beforehand and obtain the required permits. These patrols will occur up to 50 miles offshore with the waters beyond that point become intense and dangerous.
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| September 2, 2009, 11:00 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Michael, how much would you say Arizona and California cost?


As Michael stated earlier, he has signed off for a week. I'm now temporarily taking his place as official URSA d00d. We have our own interests in California and Arizona. But we wouldn't mind you taking eastern Arizona off our hands.. Let's maintenance for us, and there's not too many there, compared to California. As much as Alaska likes to think so, the lower 48, er, however many we have now, are needed. We can't loose too many more to you outside powers, even if you are allies.
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| September 2, 2009, 11:39 pm
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