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International Conversation Forum Pt.XX
 Group admin 
Room, it's gone.

Anyhow, high-notes:
-Ukraine is pushing through the Saudi Peninsula.
-South America is being dominated by several nations.
-Indonesia is expanding.
-The SSW is talking with the UAE.

And everything else I failed to mention is happening, too, just without me remembering what it is. Get over it.
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| December 2, 2009, 9:40 pm
In just a minute, the Federal Empire of Prusso-Egypt will change its name to the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt. Standby.
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| December 2, 2009, 9:48 pm
4 MAB-1s are now heading out from Idaho to drop some leaflets over the capital of Ecuador and Peru and there will be some men and tanks on standby incase of bad things...
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| December 2, 2009, 9:50 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
In just a minute, the Federal Empire of Prusso-Egypt will change its name to the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt. Standby.

Heh.
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| December 2, 2009, 9:52 pm
I think I'm done. Whew, that was fast. I thought I would have to change a lot more than that. Well then, what do you all think? Do you guys like the new name?
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| December 2, 2009, 9:56 pm
Oh, and thanks to Egypt's extremely successful harvest this year, I'm excited to begin trading with people for once. So, what do all have? What do you need? I have tons to offer.
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| December 2, 2009, 9:57 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Oh, and thanks to Egypt's extremely successful harvest this year, I'm excited to begin trading with people for once. So, what do all have? What do you need? I have tons to offer.

How could you have a good harvist after I bombed and infected your fields during the war?
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| December 2, 2009, 10:03 pm
5 Desroyers re-done with stealth abilities are now being sent out to Peru to help in the war..
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| December 2, 2009, 10:12 pm
First order: The budget for next year is one trillion dollars

Second Order: One million will be sent to the Johnston Atool for the PCU-joint operation...
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| December 2, 2009, 10:20 pm
The Poland conflict is officially over in my eyes so I will now extract all of the men form that area and make them go to Peru/Ecuador and they will arrive next Thursday..
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| December 2, 2009, 10:22 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton


Second Order: One million will be sent to the Johnston Atool for the PCU-joint operation...


Which will be constructed under the watch of Oregon-Washington. Tropical island, military base, 1 billion dollars. It's a good guess as to what's going there.
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| December 2, 2009, 10:23 pm
2,000 troops have been funneled from the Idaho colonies and they will be trained via the 3 week training program and then the last 3 weeks will be in the field were the ideal training will occur...
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| December 2, 2009, 10:25 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
How could you have a good harvist after I bombed and infected your fields during the war?

I have no recollection of you infecting any Egyptian farmland, and although you did bomb some farms, your ground forces never penetrated mainland Egypt. Plus, even if you did manage to bomb a lot of Egyptian farmland, well, there's tons of it all along the Nile, stretching right along into Sudan as well. Harvest was definitely successful down there. Also, I really wish I had heard form the conflict moderator during the war about how my air force was holding up against yours. It's not like there was no competition; I'm sure some of my BatHawks, Black Eagles, Vector Hawks and maybe a few fresh Ho-XIIs knocked down at least a few of your bombers. Probably not too many, though- the Armenian Air Force is probably the best in the world right now. Honestly, I'm still a big fan of it. Go MiG!!!
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| December 2, 2009, 10:47 pm
Quoting Thomas N
Giant Strip-Club Island Resort?

LOL. Excellent guess, Tom.
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| December 2, 2009, 10:49 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Go MiG!!!

Sorry, I take that back... I'm actually a huge fan of Sukhoi; though I still love the MiG-29 and MiG-1.44.
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| December 2, 2009, 10:51 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Giant Strip-Club Island Resort?


Of course. But that's a side project...
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| December 2, 2009, 10:54 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
LOL. Excellent guess, Tom.

Here is the exact comment " The bombers dropped incendiary bombs and defoliants on many Egyptian farms to weaken part of their economy and shorten the food supply."
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| December 2, 2009, 10:56 pm
While the artilleries soften up the coastal targets (such as military ports, ships, coastal defences), Some 5000 paratroops and 100 AMTs ( 25% of it are veterans of the yemen war)are now enroute to LZs behind the beach defences to neutralize AA and enemy ground concentrations. Also Ar-59s are beginning its run over fuel and vehicles depots. Elsewhere, Tu-225s and AMF-17s are guarding the skies and surface from any possible threat to the invasion fleet that due arrive 4 hours later at shore of malaysia. More news later..

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| December 2, 2009, 11:07 pm
My Invasion fleet have arrived in coast of malaysia and already open fire to smash coastal targets, while Tu-225s keep the malaysian armored units away from the LZs and my AMF- 17s had shot down 5 Su-30MKMs with 1 AMF damaged. Also Some 100.000 infantries with Air and armour supports are deployed to land on the beaches and secure surrounding areas. The Ar-59s had done their job very well on hitting fuel dumps and vehicles depot. Thats all the report on NROI conquest on malaysia..
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| December 3, 2009, 3:45 am
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The delegates sent to the UAE have finished their talks with the one more nation in the Union. The SSW will immediately undergo a distribution of armed forces to the UAE to provide a larger defense against the shifting Saudi Peninsula. Also, Operation: Harbinger will be commencing in 14 hours from the time of the post. This will be an ongoing resolve to remove radicals and the like from the area to provide more efficiency. The likelihood of the operation spreading along the entire SSW is quite high and hopeful. A greater delegation with neighboring nations will be held quite soon to increase commerce.

In other news, the bill for the space program to open in South Africa has been passed, but with a tad less funding than proposed. Also, the bill will fund to make a expand and the one in Florida, but said station will only operate has a secondary station instead of a primary.

On note of training, the SSW armed forces will begin expanding its amphibious and airborne forces. Both are the primary source of overseas engagements; the major type the SSW practices. The SSW engineers will be receiving quite a bit of attention as well, for they'll be getting a bit more funding and equipment. The SRAF (Sovereign Republics Air Force) will getting the same treatment. As the SSW expands and becomes more involved, the accompanying AF diversity is getting smaller. That'll soon change.
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| December 3, 2009, 4:27 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Here is the exact comment " The bombers dropped incendiary bombs and defoliants on many Egyptian farms to weaken part of their economy and shorten the food supply."

"Many" could very well be only a small portion of farmland. It didn't say how much it shortened the food supply either. To me, it implies that the damage wasn't light, nor was it heavy. It was moderate. Plus, Egyptian farmland on the banks of the Nile stretches all the way from the top of Egypt of the bottom of Sudan. That's a lot of farmland.

Also, defoliants aren't infectants. They don't spread, at least not significantly, like infectants are supposed to. Therefore, they don't have as long-lasting an impact as infectants would.

Besides, there is lots of technology implemented in Egyptian farming that can help protect crops and recover lost ones. When defoliants are detected among the crops, the irrigation system can be utilized to quickly flood the chemicals out of the crop fields and into an emergency contaminant holding pond To speed regrowth of plants, there are also special solar towers that not only power the farm, but also separate useful nutrients from the suns rays and directs them in rays at the crops.
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| December 3, 2009, 6:38 pm
NROI Tu-225s has engage and sunk several malaysian transport ship, its origin believed from the malaysian teritory in borneo island. Also
more Malaysian fighters have been destroyed by my airforce. So far, ground forces had pushed 6 miles inland toward KL.
Our casualties are light. More news later..


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| December 3, 2009, 6:51 pm
I will, in a minute or two, commence the sorting of my LEGO. Because I will have help, I am hoping to finish tonight or some time tomorrow. Once I am done, it shall be the beginning of a new age...

Also, the Cosmic Corps of the Grand Egyptian Navy has been removed from the Grand Navy and is now the Egyptian Cosmic Corps. As so, it will receive more funding and will be able to get a lot more done. Projected goals are to: set up a space station between Earth and the Moon, establish an outpost on the Moon, gradually(probably over the course of a few years) expand that outpost into a base, establish a small outpost on a large asteroid, and conduct a manned mission to Mars.

These things will be a primary focus now that the war is over. Trading will be a large part in gathering the materials required for these missions.

That's it for now.
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| December 3, 2009, 6:57 pm
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/sigh. Jeffery, if you'll be as kind as to settle the farming dispute, I'll love you forever.

Also, Gus, your comment never showed up. Thus, it may have gone through the MOCpages filter instead of the group moderators' one.
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| December 3, 2009, 8:31 pm
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Thank you, Jeff. Now, I must love you forever; again. Also, I can vouch for what is said. S. Carolina is notably all agriculture and a few farmers have lost a great deal of the crops with a bit of over-use in terms of "pest-control".
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| December 3, 2009, 9:38 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Also, Gus, your comment never showed up. Thus, it may have gone through the MOCpages filter instead of the group moderators' one.


oh well, I hope it gets through, because Kelso gets away with so much... not that I complain, his commentary is very funny
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| December 3, 2009, 9:42 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
To settle the debate, there was no successful Egyptian harvest. Coming from a farming oriented town, I'm well aware what a simple ill timed cold can do to crop harvests. Now imagine how insignificant some frost is compared to raging fires and defoilants dropped on those farms. The majority of Egyptian crop output this year was decimated, but the ashes from the burned plants will serve as a rich fertilizer for next year's harvest. But for now, you've only got enough food to sufficiently keep your population nourished.

:(

But how could the damage be so widespread? With all that land all the way from Egypt to Sudan, plus air cover? Did my planes and anti-aircraft do absolutely nothing?
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| December 3, 2009, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
To settle the debate, there was no successful Egyptian harvest. Coming from a farming oriented town, I'm well aware what a simple ill timed cold can do to crop harvests. Now imagine how insignificant some frost is compared to raging fires and defoilants dropped on those farms. The majority of Egyptian crop output this year was decimated, but the ashes from the burned plants will serve as a rich fertilizer for next year's harvest. But for now, you've only got enough food to sufficiently keep your population nourished.

Hey jeff can we get a complete casualty report from the war please? Thanks.

The MiG-39K will be available to any Armenian ally. A slightly reduced capability, highr rcs and tracking devise version will be available on the open market.
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| December 3, 2009, 10:49 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Hey jeff can we get a complete casualty report from the war please? Thanks.

yes please Jeff...

Quoting Cole Atelian The MiG-39K will be available to any Armenian ally. A slightly reduced capability, highr rcs and tracking devise version will be available on the open market.


can i have some of those for my carrier fleet??. my AMF really not suitable to sea enviroment.

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| December 4, 2009, 12:46 am
Sorry I was out. Typhoons Ondoy, Pepeng, Santi, and Tiago took out the communications.

News:

-The Philippines is no longer a communist country but the crown's power is still limited to the military.

-Indonesia is part of the Manila-Pact so It should stop south of Mindanao.

-There is a new Prime minister installed: Benjino Aquino V he is the great-grandson of Ninoy Aquino who was assassinated during the time of Marcos.
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| December 4, 2009, 5:41 am
Quoting Thomas N
Giant Strip-Club Island Resort
Good Idea. I could use something to get my mind off of the General's yipping.

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| December 4, 2009, 5:53 am
Quoting Brian Tioseco

News:
Indonesia is part of the Manila-Pact so It should stop south of Mindanao.

Umm... I own indonesia (NROI). Hi Brian, Cliffe told me you are a great friend of him and a great ally . Perhaps we can be good neighbours?

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| December 4, 2009, 7:45 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout
Umm... I own indonesia (NROI). Hi Brian, Cliffe told me you are a great friend of him and a great ally . Perhaps we can be good neighbours?

Yes we may. Thank God you're not hostile.
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| December 4, 2009, 7:49 am
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
:(

But how could the damage be so widespread? With all that land all the way from Egypt to Sudan, plus air cover? Did my planes and anti-aircraft do absolutely nothing?


Dont worry, i can help you with your farm problem. A steady stream of food(mainly rices) supply perhaps?

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| December 4, 2009, 7:51 am
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Yes we may. Thank God you're not hostile.

I currenty attacking malaysia for malacca strait and oil, there is no way im attacking other nation.. Maybe you want to join?

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| December 4, 2009, 7:57 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout
I currenty attacking malaysia for malacca strait and oil, there is no way im attacking other nation.. Maybe you want to join?

Malaysia again? How many times must I invade them? Oh well.... TO WAR!
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| December 4, 2009, 8:07 am
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Malaysia again? How many times must I invade them? Oh well.... TO WAR!

I do suggest you to attack the borneo part of malaysia, Because im attacking the mainland. So far its 5.5 miles away from KL...
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| December 4, 2009, 8:26 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout
I do suggest you to attack the borneo part of malaysia, Because im attacking the mainland. So far its 5.5 miles away from KL...

The Lapu2 and the Juno were launched in Subic.
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| December 4, 2009, 10:04 am
Quoting Brian Tioseco
Sorry I was out. Typhoons Ondoy, Pepeng, Santi, and Tiago took out the communications.

News:

-The Philippines is no longer a communist country but the crown's power is still limited to the military.

-Indonesia is part of the Manila-Pact so It should stop south of Mindanao.

MY WORD! You're finally back! I have missed you so much, good comrade! I'm terribly sorry to hear of FOUR freaking typhoons hitting your area... that must be insanely rough. I always worry about the weather dangers over there.

Anyway- interesting to see you've lost interest in communism. If anything, that should make Gober and the PCU happy, lol.

Also, I'm sure Indonesia won't get near Mindanao. Ryan is only expanding through Malaysia, then north into Thailand and and mainland southeast Asia. He may also quickly trample over East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the east. Don't worry about it, it'll be great for him.

If you need to know what's going on, ask Jeffrey or Dr. Spontaneous, but I'll tell you what's been going on with me:

After the initial Chukotka incident, my American territory was attacked by Texas and the PCU. I fought back and had some small successes, but then Prussia was attacked by the SSW. I basically died from the sheer overwhelmingness of the situation. I was forced to pull all forces out of America, give it up, and defend the homeland. Then, Armenia attacked Egypt. I died. I almost gave up all hope completely. I was ready to quit MOCpages! But then, Jeffrey gave some very kind and encouraging words, which persuaded me to fight for my survival. As the war went on, I had some moderate successes on both fronts. Eventually, though, I realized I had to surrender. Negotiations were fierce, as I wouldn't and never will give up my original territories. It all ended when the Admins made Sponty accept my minimal terms. I also accepted some of his. Same kind of went for Armenia. So now, I'm just sitting here not really knowing what to do except Egyptian space missions, maybe to some trading(for once), maybe aid Indonesia somehow, and of course, rebuild and restore the damage done in Prussia and Egypt, as well as in the SSW and Armenia.

So, that's what went down. At least with me, that is.
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| December 4, 2009, 6:23 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I should be able to help you by giving food as well. The potato crop did quite nicely this year, and many fish were also pulled up from the Baltic. Plus, our crops of Winter wheat and rye have just started rolling in. We can send you anything you like.

Oh, thanks! But like Jeffrey said, there should be plenty enough to sustain the population. I was only upset because I wanted a humongous surplus like we usually do so I could have fun trading. Oh well. I love the fishing industry, you should start trading with the other members. With permission from the Kaiser Pharaoh, the Bureau of Technocrats, and I, of course. Just laws and regulations all states in the federation must follow.
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| December 4, 2009, 6:28 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe

Anyway- interesting to see you've lost interest in communism. If anything, that should make Gober and the PCU happy, lol.


Those dirty reds just make our blood boil! Power to the wealthy forever!

Speaking of wealth, our teams in Peru have discovered the Peruvian goverment split over the issue of joining our union. Split, as in, violently split. We have pesky guerilla rebels to deal with now. Release the HAT-1s.

Ecuador, already mostly subjugated by our Texan homies, has all but fallen, save a few holdouts in the mountains. Gee, that was fast. Plans for the division will be sent to Texas.

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| December 4, 2009, 7:18 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Those dirty reds just make our blood boil! Power to the wealthy forever!

Speaking of wealth, our teams in Peru have discovered the Peruvian goverment split over the issue of joining our union. Split, as in, violently split. We have pesky guerilla rebels to deal with now. Release the HAT-1s.

Ecuador, already mostly subjugated by our Texan homies, has all but fallen, save a few holdouts in the mountains. Gee, that was fast. Plans for the division will be sent to Texas.

Yes, yes, very good.Texas; Spreading capitalism to the four corners of the earth.
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| December 4, 2009, 8:15 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Yes, yes, very good.Texas; Spreading capitalism to the four corners of the earth.


PCU: Bringing dangerous nationalism and overkill to a 3rd world country near you.

Anyways, I'm about to Flickr mail you the potential plans.
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| December 4, 2009, 8:22 pm
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My forces in Brazil have managed to secure an airport in Salvador. Tu-22s, Tu-160s, and Ar-59s will be sent over and operate out of this airfield. With the bomber flight, An-124s loaded with tanks and vehicles will be shipped over, as well as three AWACs, MiG-29s, Su-27s, Su-25s, Tu-225s, Il-78 refueling aircraft, and MiG-27LLRs (Low Level Reconnaissance). 2,000 more Storm Troopers are to be flown to Brazil. Jeez cripes this is one big flight... =D
My casualties are at 412, and I have managed to push 19 miles inland. The Brazilian Air Force is making hit-and-run attacks on my bomber flights, and they have managed to take down several Tu-225s and severely damage an Su-51. That's all for now folks!
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| December 4, 2009, 8:30 pm
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Please re-read the following post; especially number 3:
http://mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=259&topicid=36972

Lotta breaking of that one.
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| December 4, 2009, 9:03 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Please re-read the following post; especially number 3:
http://mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=259&topicid=36972

Lotta breaking of that one.


Until you start enforcing that one with removals, I don't think anyone will listen. And sometimes you just need to make a small post to get someone's attention.
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| December 4, 2009, 9:05 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Until you start enforcing that one with removals, I don't think anyone will listen. And sometimes you just need to make a small post to get someone's attention.

I have been removing quite a few; however, the sheer number of them is getting rather suffocating and fruitless. You're a Mod too, so if you wouldn't mind, please do keep an eye out as well. Do you mind?
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| December 4, 2009, 9:09 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I have been removing quite a few; however, the sheer number of them is getting rather suffocating and fruitless. You're a Mod too, so if you wouldn't mind, please do keep an eye out as well. Do you mind?


Very well. No more short or off topic posts from me.

Talks are on with Texas, no response yet. We've got time yet to wait though.
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| December 4, 2009, 9:10 pm
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The Armenian high command has announced the invasion of taiwan. The goal of this is to secure a foot hold in eastern Asia. Since America does not reconize the country of Taiwan and the CAS has given the go ahead the invasion will begin in 5 days.

SSW:Armenia would like to offer assistance in the eradication of the radicles in the U.A.E.

Ukraine: would you be interested in Armenain AWAC support.

Indonesia: Are you interested in purchesing the MiG-39K?
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| December 4, 2009, 9:16 pm
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The SSW has dropped 5,000 paratroopers and various equipment within the UAE for temporary support until more forces from all over the SSW can accommodate the negative military space still present in said country. The main political worry is the rolling in of Ukraine; however, the SSW is working at hand to persuade doubting parties.

Also, Operation: Harbinger has commenced as promised. Negative political members are being dealt with accordingly and swiftly; and overseas coup d'etat would be devastating to the SSW image.

On a smaller, yet more important note, the SSW will be removing 15 nuclear warheads. World ease should be set a bit higher because of the action.
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| December 4, 2009, 9:16 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
SSW:Armenia would like to offer assistance in the eradication of the radicles in the U.A.E.

That'd be greatly appreciated. Although we've been successful in the elimination of more blatant officials, I'm quite sure you have intelligence as to the more "quit" ones and where the loyalty lies; their money, too. We await your presence.

Also, I failed to quote your invasion of Taiwan, but the SSW is willing to send aid if need be. Still, I suppose there's nothing I have that you don't.

Oh, and thank you, Awe, for your help.
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| December 4, 2009, 9:20 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
That'd be greatly appreciated. Although we've been successful in the elimination of more blatant officials, I'm quite sure you have intelligence as to the more "quit" ones and where the loyalty lies; their money, too. We await your presence.

Spetznaz paratroopers will jump into the southeastern areas were more radical muslims are hiding. They believe in Arabian soverignty and want to expel the "infidels".

We will not need your assistance in Taiwan. But if we are not granted access to Chinese Air bases than may we use your Australian bases?
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| December 4, 2009, 9:31 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
Spetznaz paratroopers will jump into the southeastern areas were more radical muslims are hiding. They believe in Arabian soverignty and want to expel the "infidels".

We will not need your assistance in Taiwan. But if we are not granted access to Chinese Air bases than may we use your Australian bases?

Understood. And please feel free to use the Australian emplacements.

In other news, just to fill this post, a removable paddock of anti-ship and/or -air missiles has been issued by the SSW to be placed in MRNCs for future support missions.

Also, a possible new, larger gunship is being contemplated. The LCG is an excellent model for purpose of limited action, but it lacks payload. The new idea seems to be promising.

On note of commerce, ALRV Mk.IIs are now on the market for sale. Granted one has the means to deploy them, the Mk.IIs are an excellent means of light transport for first-running missions and moving squadron-based payloads.

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| December 4, 2009, 9:41 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I am seeking permission. I will wait for the confirmation of all three.

The Bureau of Technocrats has made a consensus agreeing you should be allowed to trade freely with all nations around you. The Kaiser Pharaoh has also given consent, and so do I, of course. You are now free to trade!
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| December 4, 2009, 10:00 pm
Jack, Cole, I have been wondering... do either of you have any spare Su-37s, Su-47s, or MiG-1.44s lying around? If so, how many? I may be interested in buying some. I have been playing Ace Combat 5 again recently, and I've come to remember how much I love those Russian jets; especially the MiG-1.44, which is so far the best plane I've unlocked in the game, in my opinion.
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| December 4, 2009, 10:09 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Jack, Cole, I have been wondering... do either of you have any spare Su-37s, Su-47s, or MiG-1.44s lying around? If so, how many? I may be interested in buying some. I have been playing Ace Combat 5 again recently, and I've come to remember how much I love those Russian jets; especially the MiG-1.44, which is so far the best plane I've unlocked in the game, in my opinion.

I have old Su-37s and modified MiG-1.44 that are relegated to reserve duty. They will be equipped with tracking devises that will be on every military thing i sell you.
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| December 4, 2009, 10:21 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
The Armenian high command has announced the invasion of taiwan. The goal of this is to secure a foot hold in eastern Asia. Since America does not reconize the country of Taiwan and the CAS has given the go ahead the invasion will begin in 5 days.

SSW:Armenia would like to offer assistance in the eradication of the radicles in the U.A.E.

Ukraine: would you be interested in Armenain AWAC support.

Indonesia: Are you interested in purchesing the MiG-39K?
No thank's for the AWACs. I already have enough to support my needs.

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| December 4, 2009, 11:05 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Jack, Cole, I have been wondering... do either of you have any spare Su-37s, Su-47s, or MiG-1.44s lying around? If so, how many? I may be interested in buying some. I have been playing Ace Combat 5 again recently, and I've come to remember how much I love those Russian jets; especially the MiG-1.44, which is so far the best plane I've unlocked in the game, in my opinion.
I can sell you all of the above. (Please read my comment in the "Prusso-Egypt surrender accords.") I will trade Sukhois and MiGs for your ex-military fighters.

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| December 4, 2009, 11:06 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Jack, Cole, I have been wondering... do either of you have any spare Su-37s, Su-47s, or MiG-1.44s lying around? If so, how many? I may be interested in buying some. I have been playing Ace Combat 5 again recently, and I've come to remember how much I love those Russian jets; especially the MiG-1.44, which is so far the best plane I've unlocked in the game, in my opinion.
I can sell you all of the above. (Please read my comment in the "Prusso-Egypt surrender accords.") I will trade Sukhois and MiGs for your ex-military fighters.

Wonderful... I remember seeing that comment somewhere. Anyway- I won't be trading any Ho-XIIs, because I don't have very many of them and they are my best aircraft. Same goes for my Hyperhawks. But, I guess I could trade you some BatHawks, Black Eagles, and Vector Hawks.

Well then, lets get started...

First, how about ten squadrons of Vector Hawks for five squadrons of Su-47s?
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| December 4, 2009, 11:51 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Wonderful... I remember seeing that comment somewhere. Anyway- I won't be trading any Ho-XIIs, because I don't have very many of them and they are my best aircraft. Same goes for my Hyperhawks. But, I guess I could trade you some BatHawks, Black Eagles, and Vector Hawks.

In our surrender agreements you agreed to get ride of all stealth aircraft.

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| December 5, 2009, 12:34 am
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Wonderful... I remember seeing that comment somewhere. Anyway- I won't be trading any Ho-XIIs, because I don't have very many of them and they are my best aircraft. Same goes for my Hyperhawks. But, I guess I could trade you some BatHawks, Black Eagles, and Vector Hawks.

Well then, lets get started...

First, how about ten squadrons of Vector Hawks for five squadrons of Su-47s?

That will work. I am highly interested in your Ho-XIIs. If possible, I would like to licence produce them in exchange for one squadron of Su-35s, and one squadron of MiG-35s. As Cole has seen to it that you are not allowed to have stealth fighters, I could provide you with an "upgrade" package for your flying wings. I could provide them with more powerful engines, more powerful radar, built it ECM, and other humdingers, giving your jets a much larger radar cross section.

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| December 5, 2009, 12:38 am
Quoting Cole Atelian
Indonesia: Are you interested in purchesing the MiG-39K?


yes, 15 Mig -39k will do. ship them to my new carrier in the Mallacca strait. i want to see its perfomance over malaysian airspace..
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| December 5, 2009, 1:50 am
I saw the most amazing sport celebration EVER!!!! The Montreal Canadiens (NHL) were celebrating their 100th Centennial Annaversary, which was an 1 1/2 hours long , they retired #3 in honor of a player named Bouchard, and #16 in honor of a player named Lach, it was soo cool italmost brought a tear to my eye. Plus they played against the Boston Bruins too(Final score: MTL 5 - BOS 1).

Anywhey,
Experimenting in the "Frozen North" has begun. We are wanting to see what affects happen to sertain Military Personel and Equipment during prolonged exposures to the freezing temperatures of the North. Oooh especially now since winter is around the corner(+Christmas) the results should proove to be somewhat adequatly useful in the future.
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| December 5, 2009, 2:00 am
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Taking example from the northern states of S. America, North Argentina has experienced a successful coup d'etat. Intelligence has gathered that the former leader has been "strung" across their capital city of Buenos Aires. To add insult to injury, the new totalitarian regime has declared war on the SSW to reclaim South Argentina. Of course, the SSW will be sure to stomp the resistance; however, Chile has been asked to join North Argentina.

In any case, Operation: Denizen will commence at 1315 hours EST. This will be an hour ahead of the Argentinian offensive scheduled for today. The forces amassed in Argentina over the past couple of months should prove to be enough. Some 40 MRNCs will push into Buenos Aires and an additional 20 shall go into the city of La Plata. MCAPs will be doing continuous runs throughout the neighboring area while the 15 Su-51s sent to the SSA will be trying to take air superiority in the eastern part of the North Argentina.

If Chile marks into the fray, a similar phase of assault will be issued.
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| December 5, 2009, 1:02 pm
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Operation: Denizen is now two hours in and only 23 casualties have been taken. On MRNC was target to an artillery battery resulting in the loss of 8 men's death and 4 moderately wounded. Another ship nearly ended in the same fate, but it was able to deploy its payload and bunk ashore while engineers worked upon the damage hull; only 1 crewman was harmed.

Anyhow, granted the Argentinian military is one of vast exports, their equipment is somewhat dated and minor compared to the newer generation of the SSW military. Thus, greater casualty rates have been reported on the North Argentinian military. The Ukrainian planes have been of great use thus far and have destroyed 2 enemy aircraft.

SOFs have been dropped directly within the enemy capital has of 1437 hours with the goal of eliminating AAA and other heavy batteries that'll be sure to wreak havoc upon the Marines. After doing so, they will designate dug-in targets for precision strikes.

The public cheer for renewal will be short-lived.
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| December 5, 2009, 3:26 pm
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Looks like South American Conquest II has begun. Except this time, the descendants of the North American colonists are in on it.

Ecuador continues to be problematic in the deep jungles and mountains, but we're getting up there. Unfortunately, out HAT-1s are too heavy to ascend up the narrow passes, thus rendering them useless. Instead, they're being regulated to a show of force, and duty in Peru. Time to send in the fresh from the factor MT-1s. And Shasta's, if California chooses to do so. And, the IF-3 Fulmar is being used to a so far great effect. 1 total rebel plane shot down. That's a 100% effectiveness there.

Anti-foreign militias have popped up all over in Peru, causing a total of 20 PCU deaths so far. As Oregon and Washington are the only states with troops there to our knowledge, these deaths all are our deaths.
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| December 5, 2009, 3:57 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
That will work. I am highly interested in your Ho-XIIs. If possible, I would like to licence produce them in exchange for one squadron of Su-35s, and one squadron of MiG-35s. As Cole has seen to it that you are not allowed to have stealth fighters, I could provide you with an "upgrade" package for your flying wings. I could provide them with more powerful engines, more powerful radar, built it ECM, and other humdingers, giving your jets a much larger radar cross section.

You can certainly have the license to produce Ho-XIIs. The Horten Brothers have agreed so. I absolutely LOVE MiG-35s, but I'm not that big of a fan of the Su-35. I like Su-37s as much as I do MiG-35s, though; so either two squadrons of MiG-35s or Su-37s, or one squadron of each.

About the upgrading... I don't think Cole is barring me from using stealth planes, just stealth ships in the Grand Egyptian Navy. Upgrades sound good, but I'd like to keep my planes stealth. Thanks though!
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| December 5, 2009, 8:31 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
As Oregon and Washington are the only states with troops there to our knowledge, these deaths all are our deaths.

Troops from the mainland and some pulling out from Chukotka are en route. Time to get my brand new vehicles a little bloody.
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| December 5, 2009, 8:35 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
About the upgrading... I don't think Cole is barring me from using stealth planes, just stealth ships in the Grand Egyptian Navy. Upgrades sound good, but I'd like to keep my planes stealth. Thanks though!

In our surrender agreement you agreed to no stealth air craft.
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| December 5, 2009, 8:42 pm
25,000 men should be arriving in Peru/Ecuador Thursday and 2,000 are already there...
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| December 5, 2009, 9:13 pm
As of 10:44 pm CDT the Republic of Texas is formally declaring war on the Republic Vaiano. That includes Guiana (conquered) Suriname (conquered) and the non-existent French space program.
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| December 5, 2009, 11:48 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
25,000 men should be arriving in Peru/Ecuador Thursday and 2,000 are already there...

25,000 wont be needed in Ecuador.
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| December 5, 2009, 11:50 pm
Gracias Senor, now I can concentrate my forces on those pesky guirella fighters.

In other news, the Idaho Government has changed the main weapon of the Idaho Marines from the M4 Carbine/SCAR-H to the Bushmaster ACR. Full upgrade to the new weapon should be complete by February and the old weapons will be shipped off to those training courses and the back-up weapons...
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| December 6, 2009, 12:27 am
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
You can certainly have the license to produce Ho-XIIs. The Horten Brothers have agreed so. I absolutely LOVE MiG-35s, but I'm not that big of a fan of the Su-35. I like Su-37s as much as I do MiG-35s, though; so either two squadrons of MiG-35s or Su-37s, or one squadron of each.

About the upgrading... I don't think Cole is barring me from using stealth planes, just stealth ships in the Grand Egyptian Navy. Upgrades sound good, but I'd like to keep my planes stealth. Thanks though!

By Su-37, are you meaning Berkut? I believe the Su-37 was an upgrade for the Su-27 that never entered service. I may be wrong though. I will send 2 squadrons of MiG-35s.
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| December 6, 2009, 12:27 am
The ALC-1 has entered the production phase and the first 100 will be entering service January 8, 2009. New variants for it, much like the MT-1s multiple variants, will be uploaded as they are made. The crane version will be fitted on the first 25 ALC-1s to be made too...
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| December 6, 2009, 12:47 am
Just now, The NROI airforce have complete control over malaysian airspace, so far with 2 AMF shot down by AAA fire. As Now Kuala Lumpur within sight, the Assault on KL can begin. Luckily, most of the civilians already been moved out from the city. our Scouts reported that around 977 brave malaysian soldiers make a stand hopelessy in the city without any air/ armour support. first wave consisting over 2000 infantries with armour support already on their way to central KL. Else where on south china sea, NROI Tu-225s managed to sunk 19 transport ships and 3 cruisers. We belive that most of the cargo they bring are Supplies and troops. thats all for now..
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| December 6, 2009, 1:02 am
For the holidays, I'll also be selling and trading PCU issue, California designed vehicles to friendly and allied countries. Several vehicles are now in production namely the:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gus_indo/sets/72157622775952789/

The AF-3 Gyrfalcon, so affectionatly dubbed
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
our official bad-"as" fighter of the whole PCU.
Makes a great large scale present for your air force!

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/169831

In the medium range gift list, we have the brand new Shasta MBT mk. II. This tank has made it onto the explore page actually. If you need a modern tank, or an APC, this is the one to buy! It holds 8 troopers.

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/164092

In the stocking stuffer category we have the Ripsaw MS-4! This little guy is remote control and features a machine gun! great for ambush checking and scouting ahead of a tank or infantry group.

Happy holidays!



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| December 6, 2009, 12:24 pm
@Gus: How many of thar Shastas will Idaho receive? I don't need maybe but 5 Gyrofalcons and maybe 10 Ripsaws...
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| December 6, 2009, 12:39 pm
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An additional 1,200 SSW soldiers consisting of Panamanian and American forces have been sent to the CZ in Buenos Aires and La Plata. The initial invasion force has done well to push 3-11 miles into and around the capital. Two LESs have been positioned accordingly and will begin bombarding the capital with its ballistic missiles. This will buy the reinforcements enough time to divide and conquer; the main primary target being La Plata. Once said city has been taken, it'll serve as the standing point further pushes into the capital with few logistical casualties; war isn't cheap.

In support of the war, some 12,000 more troops and accompanying vehicles will be sent in case of severe loss or the entrance of Chile favoring North Argentina. On note of said reason, some 1,000 paratroopers will be dropped Mendoza tonight. Once deployed, they will serve to eliminate initial combatants while a second wave of 800 more troops are dropped behind the enemy emplacements to destroy secondary defenses. Once done, another 1,500 troops will be dropped in the area. If all goes well, at leas 3,200 able men will be available for swift movement into the Chile capital. That's not to say they'll be the only force available. If Chile chooses to enter the fray, 750 troops will be dropped just outside of their AAA range each day until they submit. Hopefully, that doesn't happen.
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| December 6, 2009, 2:32 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
@Gus: How many of thar Shastas will Idaho receive? I don't need maybe but 5 Gyrofalcons and maybe 10 Ripsaws...

I think we are reconfiguring our combined PCU air force to be Gyrfalcons as fighters and Fulmars as intercept or ground attack fighters. You have your own air force, but this is for PCU to share. You know, bases spread across our territory and for combined uses. We share the fighters, but if you want some for your own air force, thats fine too. I'll send the Shastas and Ripsaws now.
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| December 6, 2009, 3:17 pm
Oh, I didn't know that. Sorry for Idaho having to scrounge tanks off the other nations, I have no treads and I'd probably lack the ability to make them at all. In return for the Shastas I will send you 15 ALC-1s with 5 sporting the crane variant....
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| December 6, 2009, 3:45 pm
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It has become apparent in recent battles that the SSW is lacking an individualized artillery piece. Thus, a possible contract has arisen for the making of one. The next best option is to make an additional weapons package to be mounted on an already existing chassis.

On note of commerce, Germany will be opening two new Mercedes-Benz factories for increased export to neighboring countries and those overseas. Also, the BMW plant in S. Carolina will be given an expansion to create a smaller logistics fee of sending said vehicles to North America.
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| December 6, 2009, 8:25 pm
In response to the new PCU Space Program, Idaho has decided to build some cheap satellites to monitor the battles of the PCU Marines closer. 100 should be built depending on the size.
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| December 6, 2009, 8:34 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Quoting Jack Ford
By Su-37, are you meaning Berkut? I believe the Su-37 was an upgrade for the Su-27 that never entered service. I may be wrong though. I will send 2 squadrons of MiG-35s.

I thought it was SU-47 Berkut?
Yes, it is the Su-47 Berkut. The prototype designation was S-37 though, and I'm wondering if that was what Cliffe was talking about. To the best of my understanding, the Su-37 is a upgraded Su-27, with thrust vectoring and canards.
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| December 7, 2009, 1:41 pm
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Overnight, the some 1,000 paratroopers dropped in Mendoza have done their job, but at a great cost. The coup-based government in North Argentina have apparently hired mercenaries and militiamen from bordering countries to counteract foreign "oppressors" such as myself. Of the number of sent soldiers, 45 were killed and another 137 are ranging in injury status. Still, a foothold has been made in the city and the reinforcements promised yesterday will be dropped. However, instead of 800, 875 will be dropped to make up for yesternight's losses.

In any case, Chile still has not fully responded to Argentina's plead for assistance and no action has been played in the open political standard. However, rumors have been heard of a coup d'etat taking place there as well and a union of sorts shall play out. Hopefully, this does not occur. But, if it does, the SSW will try and hire some members to "persuade" the antagonists to stay out of the fray or join the SSW in its challenge against the remaining Argentinian officials.

On a country-wide note, some 4 enemy planes have been shot of the sky today and yesterday with only minor damage to one of our own. This will surely lead to an advantage later on. Also, La Plata stands at about one half occupied by SSW troops and an offensive will go on tonight to destroy the remaining enemy troops. If the attacks plays to no avail, MCAP sorties will begin around the clock to destroy supply lines and level the enemy's portion of the city.

At this time, no further news is available.
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| December 7, 2009, 4:40 pm
On the PCU side of the war, the work on the potential variants of the ALC-1 have been postponed with only the crane variant ordered. The satellite project has recieved some work and should be up in a week. The first order of the Bushmaster/Remington/Masada ACR is due to be completed by February 26, 2010 and the first ACRs will reach the Idaho Spec Ops teams by Christmas...
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| December 7, 2009, 11:44 pm
In KL, 65% part of the city have been taken by NROI forces, but with a price. Around 214 NROI troops have been killed and twice that number wounded with casualties in malaysian side about 400 people. We expected to take Kuala Lumpur completely over 3 days from now..

Elsewhere, scouts reported that most of malaysian armour and infantries are transported to borneo to act as the last defenders of malaysian teritory. On the way 7 transport ships have been sunk by our airforces. In the skies with NROI dominate the skies, malaysian jets seems to be nowhere. In Total, AMF jets shot down 54 malaysian aircraft with casualty 9 AMF destroyed.
that is all for now..

Everyone seems to be on holiday now... i think

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| December 8, 2009, 5:32 am
Quoting Jack Ford
By Su-37, are you meaning Berkut? I believe the Su-37 was an upgrade for the Su-27 that never entered service. I may be wrong though. I will send 2 squadrons of MiG-35s.

It never entered service? Aw man, what a shame... Anyway, yes, by Su-37 I mean Su-37 Terminator or Super Flanker, the Su-27 Flanker upgrade. If you don't have any of those, I'll gladly take some Berkuts if you have them or more MiG-35s. I can't get enough of those beauties!
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| December 8, 2009, 2:57 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Brendan Dore
Quoting Jack Ford
By Su-37, are you meaning Berkut? I believe the Su-37 was an upgrade for the Su-27 that never entered service. I may be wrong though. I will send 2 squadrons of MiG-35s.

I thought it was SU-47 Berkut?

Su-37

upgraded Su-27, with thrust vectoring and canards.

http://www.milavia.net/aircraft/su-37/gallery/su-37_20.jpg

http://vayu-sena.tripod.com/pix/su37-9.jpg

*drooling*
IT'S SO PRETTY...

If you don't have any operational weapons-capable Su-37s, then you could either make some or just slap some canards on an Su-35 and I'll be happy =D
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| December 8, 2009, 3:03 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
http://www.milavia.net/aircraft/su-37/gallery/su-37_20.jpg

http://vayu-sena.tripod.com/pix/su37-9.jpg

*drooling*
IT'S SO PRETTY...

If you don't have any operational weapons-capable Su-37s, then you could either make some or just slap some canards on an Su-35 and I'll be happy =D

Ah, OK. I do have Su-37s, but I wasn't sure if you wanted them or Berkuts. I will send you one squadron of Su-37s immediately. I can also offer you licences to produce them (and Su-47s, MiG-35s, etc) in Prusso-Egypt.
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| December 8, 2009, 4:31 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
I can also offer you licences to produce them (and Su-47s, MiG-35s, etc) in Prusso-Egypt.

THAT WOULD BE AWESOME.

Thank you very much, I love Russian planes. I guess I never got any foreign planes before is because of my extreme sense of individualism... and I guess playing Ace Combat 5 again made me kind of forget that. YAY!
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| December 8, 2009, 4:49 pm
On a related note...

The Prussian Luftwaffe will focus much more heavily on its pilots rather than its planes. Pilots will be trained more heavily than ever before, with new techniques and exercises. This will include live dogfights between Prussian squadrons and, if given permission, Ukrainian, Russian, Malenconian, Brendonian, and Nova Scotian squadrons. Don't worry- no one is going to die. Live missiles will only be used for the most intense training for the most experienced and highly trained pilots. Otherwise, inactive warheads with hit indication sensors will be used.
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| December 8, 2009, 4:57 pm
Idaho Marine Corps voted 3-1 today to accept the UAV that Idaho Labs designed as a prototype. 5 have been ordered so far and the prototype will be boxed up and sent to Peru tomorrow.

Also, the Idaho Marine Corps voted 4-0 to use the LAB-1 as its assault boat and the first 200 of them will be done January 10, 2009 as the construction is just air and the metal motor...
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| December 8, 2009, 5:34 pm
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Today marks another day of combat in S. America for the SSW. Last night's drops upon Mendoza were successful with only five casualties. As far as intel goes, it's been rumored that Chile is harboring retreating Argentinian militiamen and others of the like. So, several LAA flights will occur tonight to track some suggested trails and see if the reports mark true. If that is the case, the SSW will not engage Chile directly, but instead send the Vingt-Eeuxième Détachement Spécial de Guérilleros (Twenty-Second Guerilla Task Force). Said elite unit will intercept retreating forces and possible incoming supplies using the environment as the enemy's enemy. Guerrillas have been successful in the past against conventional armies, so the SSW will utilize them to attack the maturing Argentinian military.

On note of the air, another two enemy air craft were knocked out of the sky and a strafing run near the border of S. and N. Argentina totalled another six. One MCAP was lost during this run and the pilot has yet to be recovered; he is presumed to be dead or a POW.

In direction of the amphibious assaults, La Plata is standing on the edge of a cliff, so to speak. Much of the resistance was destroyed during the nightly raid granted only a small portion of the enemy operates NVGs and a standard piece of equipment. Now, only pockets remain, but have the potential to gain spur-of-the-moment troops and push us out back to the original standings. MCAPs will be flying over these pockets tonight to try and leave only a handful of enemy soldiers left.

Now on standing of Buenos Aires, much of the city has been fortified in the weakest meaning of the word. A great deal of them are crude and unorganized with the central officials still trying to organize themselves. Much confusion has been recorded as individual officers are taking command of separate groups without reporting in to a higher official. Because of this SOFs have been making swift elimination runs to neutralize said militants while the main SSW force embarks in the early morning. Flyers will begin being dropped to persuade civilians to either flee or take refuge in established camps.

By mid- to end-month, the war should be over and the SSW can recover from the past couple of conflicts.
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| December 8, 2009, 5:41 pm
Today, with the new government in South America stable, Texas will be officially adding the following as states into our Republic.
Trinidad, Northwest Ecuador, Guiana, and Suriname.
With that said combat is still heavy in North Brazil. We are not pushing any further than the Amazon River, or Belem.
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| December 8, 2009, 6:25 pm
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The SSW is interested in trade with California once more. From what I can tell, your MBT ranks rather well in comparison with the SSW's own AMBT. Thus, the SSW is offering a trade of two MRNCs from the factory in British Columbia for two of your "Shasta" MBTs. If agreed, one of them will be sent back to Europe for field testing for statistical data and one will be sent to Argentina on the front-lines for the same purpose. Please inform of your answer.
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| December 8, 2009, 6:30 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW is interested in trade with California once more. From what I can tell, your MBT ranks rather well in comparison with the SSW's own AMBT. Thus, the SSW is offering a trade of two MRNCs from the factory in British Columbia for two of your "Shasta" MBTs. If agreed, one of them will be sent back to Europe for field testing for statistical data and one will be sent to Argentina on the front-lines for the same purpose. Please inform of your answer.

I'm sorry, but what is an MRNC again? So many abbreviations! but if it's of VDS design, I'll be glad to trade. I enjoy your builds greatly.

Wait, if its the Multi Role Naval Combat craft then my answer is a for sure yes. Those things rock!
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| December 8, 2009, 6:53 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Anyone else, if you have designs you'd like to suggest I purchase, I'd be more than happy to check out anyone's offerings.

My Tu-118 is open for trade. But it will have to have a tracking devise because you are part of Prussia-Egypt.
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| December 8, 2009, 7:08 pm
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Quoting Gus Indo
I'm sorry, but what is an MRNC again? So many abbreviations! but if it's of VDS design, I'll be glad to trade. I enjoy your builds greatly.

Wait, if its the Multi Role Naval Combat craft then my answer is a for sure yes. Those things rock!

You know it goes, the military loves abbreviations. But, yes, it is indeed the Multi-Role Naval Craft. For later use I will refer to them as "Eddies" to reduce confusion. In any case, your ships should be arriving by early morning tonight and I'll send an NSLU from the British Colombia factory to receive my end of the bargain when they are ready.

Oh, and in response to Mr. Dore: Hush! You weren't even on Flickr when I build the MRNC, so I highly doubt you were aware of Aleksander Stein's Rockfish. So, thanks for gypping other peoples pun. ;-P
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| December 8, 2009, 7:26 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
NSLU

ummmm... ?!?

and glad to do business with you! I hope you enjoy your Shastas!
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| December 8, 2009, 7:32 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Thank you Cole, I am interested in your planes, they are quite good, don't worry about me though, tracking device or not, I have no desire to go to war with you. What will you be willing to take for some?

Your new jamming technology seems interesting. how about 10 of those for 6 of my Tu-118s.
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| December 8, 2009, 7:36 pm
Shastas are nice, speaking of which, what is the status of the Shastas I was sent, Gus?
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| December 8, 2009, 7:40 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Shastas are nice, speaking of which, what is the status of the Shastas I was sent, Gus?

Idaho is only a few days from California. They should be there now.
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| December 8, 2009, 7:49 pm
The King of Prussia just received direct contact from the President of Chile. Apparently, Chile has been barricading itself and stockpiling resources in preparation for any future expansionist attack that may occur. Now, Chile is coming to Prusso-Egypt for assistance. They are almost begging to join the Imperial Federation, and show a lot of affection towards their old ally, Prussia.

Prusso-Egypt's legislative bodies, most importantly the Bureau of Technocrats and the Bureau of State Executives(the "State Leaders Club") have commenced a vote and issued a written opinion. The vote was quite narrow; a ratio of about 9 to 7. The opinion states that the Republic of Chile will be included into the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt, but that it is a risky maneuver that may cost the Federation later, so action must be taken immediately.

Thus, being sent to keep the peace and fortify Chile are a moderately small fleet of Egyptian warships carrying a battalion of Marines and a corps of Battle Helicopter Mk. 2s escorting a few ships carrying a Prussian panzer battalion accompanied by a company of panzer grenadiers, a company of infantry and two corps each of cavalry and heavy cavalry. Luftwaffe Black Eagles, Reichsadlers, Vector Hawks, Commando Gunship Mks.2s and even leftover Polish F-16s and MiG-29s will provide air cover and will also fortify Chile.
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| December 8, 2009, 8:55 pm
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In response to Prussia's advance, if the earlier stated intel if confirmed, then the SSW Guerrillas will still be operating in Chile no matter the take. A nation harboring the enemy is still my enemy.

In any case, the SSW recently purchased two mining companies in Namibia. These companies will still be on the market globally, but much of their product will be going to SSW ordinance factories; that is to say that these companies mine uranium, lead, and tungsten. Money is also being set towards buying a gem mining company as well to increase global revenue. Also, talks with Botswana have erupted about the SSW hosting several new mining companies. It has been projected that there are large quantities of uranium, copper, and oil yet to been fully utilized or even unburied yet. With all of the above materials, the SSW may be on its way to a nice recovery rate from all the wars passed.
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| December 8, 2009, 9:53 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In response to Prussia's advance, if the earlier stated intel if confirmed, then the SSW Guerrillas will still be operating in Chile no matter the take. A nation harboring the enemy is still my enemy.


No need, good doctor; now that Chile is in the Imperial Federation, we will make sure that no refugees are harbored and that they are immediately sent to SSW controlled Argentina.
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| December 8, 2009, 10:09 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
On a related note...

The Prussian Luftwaffe will focus much more heavily on its pilots rather than its planes. Pilots will be trained more heavily than ever before, with new techniques and exercises. This will include live dogfights between Prussian squadrons and, if given permission, Ukrainian, Russian, Malenconian, Brendonian, and Nova Scotian squadrons. Don't worry- no one is going to die. Live missiles will only be used for the most intense training for the most experienced and highly trained pilots. Otherwise, inactive warheads with hit indication sensors will be used.
I will allow you to attend CAS Air Combat training. CAS members (with exceptions) are invited to come and train against each other, providing experience against an immense array of "enemies". This would allow you to train against CAS Su-51s, MiG-35s, Su-35s, etc.
This is basially a CAS version of the American Red Flag, but with a much wider variety of aircraft.
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| December 8, 2009, 10:35 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
No need, good doctor; now that Chile is in the Imperial Federation, we will make sure that no refugees are harbored and that they are immediately sent to SSW controlled Argentina.

Well, it will still take you a week or week and a half minimum to establish yourself and reorientate your officials to make sure everything fits accordingly. Not to mention the distance decay of communication throughout all of Chile. I'll keep you to your word in any case.

On another note, the SSW has recently been contemplating a global telephone network. Although some communication companies operate outside of their stationary countries, most of the globe has to utilize separate companies and pay higher fees to transfer data to each other. Although the Internet covers some of these fields, it still has be brought through via a telecommunications corporation. So, with the help of some greatly influential countries (international powers) this can become a realization. If the network becomes complete, it will be hosted by a nation's internal telecommunications companies (so that they don't become bankrupt) with a set rate of 22% of the income from said companies going directly to the hosting countries government. Thus, the entire world will have access to information found in MDCs while not having to pay excessive amounts of money for it.

In simplification this diagram should help: World->International Power->All Nations->Telecommunications Company.

And the profit will go:
International Power->Telecommunications Company and Government.
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| December 8, 2009, 10:38 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
CAS members (with exceptions) are invited to come and train against each other, providing experience against an immense array of "enemies". This would allow you to train against CAS Su-51s, MiG-35s, Su-35s, etc.
This is basially a CAS version of the American Red Flag, but with a much wider variety of aircraft.
May i send my elite first squadren? They fly the MiG-68. They are usually tasked with defending provicial capitols.

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| December 8, 2009, 10:39 pm
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Armenia, the SSW is interested in purchasing a rather promising number of your SA-27s. Currently, the SSW doesn't operate a fully devoted AAA system, and yours looks quite promising. Again, perhaps a equipment for equipment trade?
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| December 8, 2009, 10:45 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
It's a done deal. Would you like us to send you ten complete packages and have you install them yourself? Or if you wish, you may send the ships you wish to have it installed on to our closest base to you (Portugal) and have our engineers install them for you for no extra fee? (I will reimburse you for fuel used by your ships in getting there)

You Tu-118's are being shipped from turkey now. They should arrive in 6 hours. I have four missile escort cruisers in my base in france Why don't you send four there and have your engineers install four there and send the rest to turkey. My engineers will learn how to install them there.

If any of you guys remember earlier this year my military and comm satilites were shot down. Our space systems are almost complete and the first is set to go up on december 18th, 2035. We are interseted in teaming up with the SSW in there space program. I would also like to purchese 3 spy satillites from the RA.
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| December 8, 2009, 10:48 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Armenia, the SSW is interested in purchasing a rather promising number of your SA-27s. Currently, the SSW doesn't operate a fully devoted AAA system, and yours looks quite promising. Again, perhaps a equipment for equipment trade?

How many would you like to purchase?
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| December 8, 2009, 10:49 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
If any of you guys remember earlier this year my military and comm satilites were shot down. Our space systems are almost complete and the first is set to go up on december 18th, 2035. We are interseted in teaming up with the SSW in there space program.

The SSW would be more than happy to have a joint space program. Although the one South Africa has not yet fully developed its command center, the one if Florida is fully operational.

Also, out of curiosity, Michael or Jack, what is the status of the ISS?
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| December 8, 2009, 10:52 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
How many would you like to purchase?

It'll probably come in two orders, but the SSW is looking for around 80 of them to start off with for the end of this year. Opening next year, the SSW would like to order another 40-60 depending on economic prosperity of drop and if we come up with our own system.
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| December 8, 2009, 10:54 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
It'll probably come in two orders, but the SSW is looking for around 80 of them to start off with for the end of this year. Opening next year, the SSW would like to order another 40-60 depending on economic prosperity of drop and if we come up with our own system.

Ka for the first order i was thinking for the 80 SA-27 for 80 ALRV mk.2 and 40 MACVs. For the second order I will have to see what we need then.
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| December 8, 2009, 10:57 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
Ka for the first order i was thinking for the 80 SA-27 for 80 ALRV mk.2 and 40 MACVs. For the second order I will have to see what we need then.

The sounds fine. I'll mobilize several NLSUs to retrieve them once ready with your goods on-board. The second order is a fallback as of right now, but these first few are an absolute need for the expanding SSW.
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| December 8, 2009, 11:01 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
@Dr. Spontaneous: I would like to trade for some MRNC "Eddies" 2-4 would be great, if possible.

The SSW will gladly supply you with 4 "Eddies". The can be sent out in two days and we can keep the payment at an "IOU" basis granted a few new items are resting on the development list and I'm not entirely sure of what I absolutely need.
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| December 8, 2009, 11:16 pm
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Quoting Thomas N

Jack Ford, I am really interested in your TU-225, and would like to discuss purchasing some of those.

I can sell you Tu-225s for 11 million each. How many do you want to buy?
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| December 8, 2009, 11:20 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Also, out of curiosity, Michael or Jack, what is the status of the ISS?
i don't remember what that is. Could you be so kind as to remind me?

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| December 8, 2009, 11:21 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
i don't remember what that is. Could you be so kind as to remind me?

My apologies. Anyhow, it's the International Space Station.
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| December 8, 2009, 11:23 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
Quoting Jack Ford
CAS members (with exceptions) are invited to come and train against each other, providing experience against an immense array of "enemies". This would allow you to train against CAS Su-51s, MiG-35s, Su-35s, etc.
This is basially a CAS version of the American Red Flag, but with a much wider variety of aircraft.
May i send my elite first squadren? They fly the MiG-68. They are usually tasked with defending provicial capitols.
You may certainly attend. The training is held in Russia.

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| December 8, 2009, 11:24 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
My apologies. Anyhow, it's the International Space Station.

Hmmm... I don't remember it, so I can't tell what the status is at. Sorry. =)
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| December 8, 2009, 11:28 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Would you like to do some equipment trades for some?

That would be fine.
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| December 8, 2009, 11:29 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
What would you like? I have my list posted up in that long comment.

First off, I need to know how many Tu-225s you want. I would like to get a hold of a lot of heavy artillery, some heavy tanks (not very many though), some missile batteries, and some infantry support vehicles.
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| December 8, 2009, 11:41 pm
Well guys, HAST troops were deployed into KL a few weeks back. I'm still a bit out of the loop here. After recovering from those typhoons, we are still trying NOT to go to war. Plus, may I request any of my Allies to help us in our time of need.
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| December 9, 2009, 7:40 am
After long talks, the countries of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvadore, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua have formed an Alliance known as the Alliance of Independent States. We would like to join the alliance of the URSA.
-New Economy, stretched out budget, but
+Trained soldiers, advanced leaders, Alliance weaponry factory built, Guatemala Tach vehicle factory built
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| December 9, 2009, 9:23 am
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Quoting Thomas N
I would like five please.

OK. does five Tu-225s for twenty heavy artillery and five missile batteries? This is oen to negotiation too. The Tu-225s come fully loaded with munitions and anti-tank missiles.
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| December 9, 2009, 1:23 pm
Quoting Rocky W.
After long talks, the countries of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvadore, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua have formed an Alliance known as the Alliance of Independent States. We would like to join the alliance of the URSA.
-New Economy, stretched out budget, but
+Trained soldiers, advanced leaders, Alliance weaponry factory built, Guatemala Tach vehicle factory built

Greetings. Texas would like you to know that we are in fact RA friendly and we would also like to give you any surplus items that you so choose according to availability. You can find them by looking over my flickr but the top rated are these following.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_domain_of_awesome/4153963185/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_domain_of_awesome/3630646103/in/set-72157619805707844/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_domain_of_awesome/3514708126/in/set-72157617889822372/
And 5 of these will be sent to you from Mexico free of charge.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_domain_of_awesome/3961284442/in/set-72157617889822372/
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| December 9, 2009, 5:11 pm
Alrighty then...

Thank you everyone that has agreed to train with the Air Forces of Prusso-Egypt. This includes so far:

Prussian Luftwaffe

Royal Egyptian Air Force(REAF)

Grand Egyptian Navy

MUAF

Ukrainian Air Force

Red Air Force(Jack? CAS? Right?)

Armenian Air Force

Anyone else is free to join. Sorry Tom, but I forgot to ask if the Baltic Union wants to train with us(you certainly can if you want)!

The training/competition/wargame/whatever will be held in Russia, the greatest warplane maker ever. It will start tomorrow evening and will continue on through the weekend. It will end on Monday.

But the question remains... how the heck is this going to work? I suppose our friendly neighborhood conflict moderator is the first and most likely answer, but there still may be a more interesting and fun or more effective way to do it, probably in addition to conflict moderation. Ideas, anyone?
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| December 9, 2009, 5:17 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Alrighty then...

Thank you everyone that has agreed to train with the Air Forces of Prusso-Egypt. This includes so far:

Prussian Luftwaffe

Royal Egyptian Air Force(REAF)

Grand Egyptian Navy

MUAF

Ukrainian Air Force

Red Air Force(Jack? CAS? Right?)

Armenian Air Force

Anyone else is free to join. Sorry Tom, but I forgot to ask if the Baltic Union wants to train with us(you certainly can if you want)!

The training/competition/wargame/whatever will be held in Russia, the greatest warplane maker ever. It will start tomorrow evening and will continue on through the weekend. It will end on Monday.

But the question remains... how the heck is this going to work? I suppose our friendly neighborhood conflict moderator is the first and most likely answer, but there still may be a more interesting and fun or more effective way to do it, probably in addition to conflict moderation. Ideas, anyone?

Meh. I need an airforce. Hint hint to any nations with considerably nice air power.
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| December 9, 2009, 5:23 pm
Quoting Thomas N
Sure, this sounds interesting, I'll send a couple squadrons of goshawks down, and later, a surprise will arrive. I'm not telling what it is though.

Sounds great.

A surprise? YAY!!! NEW WORK FROM THOMAS!!! I LOVE HIS WORK!!!
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| December 9, 2009, 5:24 pm
In a small note...

As I found out on Flickr that Cyprus is unclaimed(if it's yours, claim it now AND back it up), Egypt will be immediately sending a small fleet of ships with a company of Marines to secure it and a battalion of normal army troops to occupy it. Thank goodness it has a small population... they will nevertheless be allowed to choose what state government they want.

Also, do any of you American factions, or even other nations, have or produce any of these beauties?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Boeing_F-15_Silent_Eagle-topshot.jpg

I would be very interested in buying some. I love the Eagle.
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| December 9, 2009, 5:29 pm
Quoting Thomas N
@Cliffe, are you still getting rid of some equipment from the military restrictions imposed on you by Armenia? If so, I'll be happy to see what you've got to get rid of, and see whether or not I'd like some of it.

On a side note, I'm in the process of liquidating my Estonian Snow Corps, and the Ice Hawk fighters are being phased out. I still have several squadrons of Ice Hawks, fit to fly, in boneyards. I know you've expressed interest in them before, as their skis would work well in the Egyptian desert. If you'd like to purchase some, they are available at low low prices!

Yes, I am getting rid of some things according to my terms with Cole and Sponty. However, you must not forget that you are a part of Prusso-Egypt; therefore, you can't have them either!(at least I think you can't)

The Royal Egyptian Air Force is very excited about getting Ice Hawks. They're perfect for Egypt! We'll call them "Sun Hawks" now. Just add a little tan or gold to the paintjob and ship 'em on over! They might even become Egypt's new primary fighter... we'll begin producing them, too, if you give us the plans and other required stuff.
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| December 9, 2009, 5:37 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Meh. I need an air force. Hint hint to any nations with considerably nice air power.

You've got a pretty nice fighter, I'd say. Just produce more of those, with maybe a ground attack version. It's got forward swept wings, man! That's a pretty advanced feature!

But if you really aren't satisfied, I'd recommend shopping from Armenia. Their air force is probably the biggest and baddest in the world.
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| December 9, 2009, 5:41 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I think Armenia is mainly concerned with Egypt, as I'm nowhere in his vicinity, he might not mean the ban to be imposed on me, of course, I could be dead wrong on that assumption.


How many sunhawks do you want. each squadron consists of ten aircraft, and I'll need numbers before I send them off.

Better let the ruler of Egypt himself handle this...

[Pharaoh:]
{I'll take all the hawks you have available to liquidate. All Egypt has of an air force are retired Luftwaffe airplanes! Although we shall be getting a number of "MagStrike inc." aircraft fairly soon as well... no matter, we still need all the planes we can get.}
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| December 9, 2009, 5:50 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
I could possibly offer you some of the MUAF airframes for a discounted price due to the holiday season.

I've got the MUI-5 Panther stealth strike fighter that features 3-D thrust vectoring, the U-909 Eclipse large stealth bomber designed for heavy raids against fortified enemiies and has a load capacity ranging from incendiary to nuclear weapons, the MUI-112 Anaconda swing-wing strike fighter, MUI-20B Thunderhead attack aircraft, and our array of helicopters as well.

What I really need are some of the MUI20B Thunderheads. Those are impressive. I'll have to have 17 Thunderhead Bs and 6 Panthers. If we like what we get we may order again. If of course those are reasonable number just throw up a cost and TExas will try to pay it, in oil or in cash, or if you like, in 756,000 tons of coffee.
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| December 9, 2009, 5:58 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Alrighty then...

Thank you everyone that has agreed to train with the Air Forces of Prusso-Egypt. This includes so far:

Prussian Luftwaffe

Royal Egyptian Air Force(REAF)

Grand Egyptian Navy

MUAF

Ukrainian Air Force

Red Air Force(Jack? CAS? Right?)

Armenian Air Force

Anyone else is free to join. Sorry Tom, but I forgot to ask if the Baltic Union wants to train with us(you certainly can if you want)!

The training/competition/wargame/whatever will be held in Russia, the greatest warplane maker ever. It will start tomorrow evening and will continue on through the weekend. It will end on Monday.

Cliffe, NROI airforce also like to join. Im sending 5 AMF from malaysian airspace. They probably the best i have so far.

Guys, im suggesting that we should enlarge the training event to an international airshow. So any nation in this small planet can not only join the training, but also can offer/sell their products to other costumers. This can improve good relationship between nations..

Anyway ,just a suggestion..
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| December 9, 2009, 6:38 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Better let the ruler of Egypt himself handle this...

[Pharaoh:]
{I'll take all the hawks you have available to liquidate. All Egypt has of an air force are retired Luftwaffe airplanes! Although we shall be getting a number of "MagStrike inc." aircraft fairly soon as well... no matter, we still need all the planes we can get.}
Expanding your air force is against your current restrictions, as your military is needed to be reduced, not increased. Doing this would go against the ceasefire agreement. Cole would have every right to attack you again if you breached the agreement.

Also, your military plans for Chile and Cyprus are going to have to be denied by me. I hate to be the bad guy here, but it is also in the agreement that you retain only your original territory. Eventually you will be able to expand, but for now you need to stay as you are and be content with what you have.

This time right now is for you to rebuild from your destruction in the war and reorganize your military and obey the guidelines as strictly as possible to ensure Prusso-Egypt's eventual full recovery. You can't lose a war then go violate the ceasefire by expanding your military and your borders.

Alright, I won't go take Cyprus, but Chile begged to be a part of the federation. They wanted protection, and they are an old ally- we can't let them down!

Plus, we are a federation- it is our cause to let others join our cause! It isn't for imperialist, military, or economic reasons, it's because we care greatly about the welfare of other cultures and societies.

I also must complain, not argue, but just complain; I constantly feel like Cole is trying to weaken me to where I'm pretty much defenseless so that he can attack me again. He claims to have said in the terms that I should have no stealth aircraft- I only remember no stealth ships in my navy. Just about every other air force in the world, including his, is dominated by stealth capable planes. Why should mine have absolutely zero stealth when it's a world standard? Why doesn't he just tell me to get rid of all my radar networks and AWACS while he's at it?! Then I'll have no chance of surviving...

Also, with the SunHawks... I'm really just transferring military equipment, not getting more of it(the Baltic Union IS part of Prusso-Egypt, you know). In fact, once the SunHawks arrive, all obsolete Prussian warplanes will be scrapped. All of them. Plus, once the Russian planes I ordered arrive in Prussia, all obsolete planes will be scrapped there as well, and I'll even reduce my number of Black Eagle multirole aircraft, because I honestly know I have way too many of those...

So that's my stance. I won't take Cyprus(as long as no one else tries to get it), and I am in fact reducing the numbers of my military. I will, however, let Chile join the Imperial Federation. I don't see why that would be a problem- it'll mostly just sustain itself, aside from us giving it some extra defense help to prepare for any attacks made on it by the expansionist forces in the region.

This where I stand; and I'm not going to budge, because I KNOW I'm being perfectly reasonable. If all of you call say I'm being stubborn and ridiculous and gang up on me again, then God help me. I can't agree to anything less.
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| December 9, 2009, 7:50 pm
Quoting Ryan Blackout
Cliffe, NROI airforce also like to join. Im sending 5 AMF from malaysian airspace. They probably the best i have so far.

Guys, im suggesting that we should enlarge the training event to an international airshow. So any nation in this small planet can not only join the training, but also can offer/sell their products to other costumers. This can improve good relationship between nations..

Anyway ,just a suggestion..

WOW. This event is becoming so huge, I'm going to have to change a few things...

I now officially christen this future event the International Aerospace Olympics. All things Ryan suggested will be taken in... and now I'll invite the rest of the world. That's the USRA, the PCU, the SSW, the Philippines, Israel, and Scotland.
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| December 9, 2009, 7:55 pm
Quoting Thomas N
Ok Jeff, I'll call off the flight. However, I beleive that these aircraft I would have sent would just have replaced all the stealth aircraft Cole ordered destroyed. These sun hawks would very well just stand as non-stealth planes that take the place of the stealth planes he had to get rid of.

Don't cancel the flight, Tom. The Sun Hawks will replace all fighters currently serving in the Egyptian air forces, so I will actually be reducing my numbers.
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| December 9, 2009, 7:58 pm
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I'd like to differ on Chile's begging. We all know everyone makes up what an untaken country says we can take them; I'm no exception.

Anyhow, moving on note to the Argentinian war, the SSW has laid claim to La Plata and and several small towns just outside of the perimeter. From henceforth, most military operations in the Argentinian theatre will operate out said city.

So far, no enemy flights have been spotted. Utilizing this, the SSW sent several MCAP sorties to scope out any grounded planes, but only found three (these were of course destroyed). As far as we can tell, the enemy is probably masking their aircraft in the brush below waiting for an opportune moment to strike an offensive.

On a technological standpoint, the proposed AAAV has been put into material. Right now, these are only prototypes and will be sent to Argentina to check their hold-outs. Some tweaking is assured, but fielding a product is the entire designing game.

In terms of homeland defense, air security will be increased with all of the trafficking air craft to and fro for the Prussian air hosting. No aircraft other than those found in the MU will be allowed to fly through SSW airspace; if they are caught, they will be shot down.
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| December 9, 2009, 8:01 pm
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The SSW will not be participating in the Global Air Show, as dubbed by Swiss officials. We only operate generalize airframes that show little promise in besting other nations. Plus, a great deal of the SRAF is made of foreign planes. In time of need, our pilots can and will hold out, but will not boast themselves about as a major Air Force power. So, SSW presence will be limited, if not entirely absent from the GAS.
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| December 9, 2009, 8:05 pm
Quoting Thomas N
So you're getting rid of your current forces and replacing them with the sun-hawks? That makes sense. I have fifty on hand, they'll fly in 5 packs of 10 in half-hour intervals over a period of 2 hours. I will paint them now, and send them on their way once I have confirmation that the fighters they will replace are gone. I'd like to know you receive these after the other ones are out of the way, that way I won't be held responsible by anyone for your aircraft forces being increased at any time.

Incidentally, what types of planes are you planning to get rid of?

Bat Hawks and Vector Hawks. Fitting, isn't it? Out with the old hawks, in with the new.
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| December 9, 2009, 8:17 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I also must complain, not argue, but just complain; I constantly feel like Cole is trying to weaken me to where I'm pretty much defenseless so that he can attack me again. He claims to have said in the terms that I should have no stealth aircraft- I only remember no stealth ships in my navy. Just about every other air force in the world, including his, is dominated by stealth capable planes. Why should mine have absolutely zero stealth when it's a world standard? Why doesn't he just tell me to get rid of all my radar networks and AWACS while he's at it?! Then I'll have no chance of surviving...

I have no intention of invading you again. The no Stealth Aircraft clause is so that i will have ample warning if you attempt to attack me. That is why i didn't get ride of your radar systems. Which by the way i attack in my initial attack.
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| December 9, 2009, 8:27 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
I have no intention of invading you again.

O RLY?

You sure about that? Then why did you attempt to box me in by taking Sudan and Libya? Why are you constantly building up your military forces? Why don't you seem to be focusing on anything else? The only posts you've made in this forum so far have been either regarding my surrender terms and my "violations" or your upcoming military projects. Sounds like a future invasion to me.

Of course, this all could be merely coincidence and I could be completely wrong in every way... but I have a hunch the chances of that are pretty darn slim.

Plus, I am a man who believes history can give hints towards the future- in the past, after the Roman Empire fell, the Arabs took Egypt from the Byzantine Empire, or Eastern Roman Empire. Ever since, it has been Arab. Of course, until around 2033, in this universe. Now, I'm betting you want Egypt back, as part of the United Arab Nations, an empire stretching from [what appears to be]Hungary or Turkmenistan all the way to the Sinai, and now even Libya. Funny... those are VERY similar to the borders of the Arab Umayyad Dynasty and the Ottoman Empire.

Not to offend you or anything, of course; I just love a good argument :-)
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| December 9, 2009, 9:18 pm
I don't know at the moment wether or not the PCU will participate in the Global Air Show, picked up from our SSW allies, but I will definetly try to send some observers to the show and they can take some notes. Do I have to send fighters to get in? If so I'll send the semi-discontinued IF-1.
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| December 9, 2009, 9:25 pm
@Cliffe: I don't know why you are so hyped up about getting invaded. You have CAS on your side so you don't need to jump on the slightest hint. I would take it in stride and count it up as someone not to trade too...
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| December 9, 2009, 9:27 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
I don't know at the moment wether or not the PCU will participate in the Global Air Show, picked up from our SSW allies, but I will definetly try to send some observers to the show and they can take some notes. Do I have to send fighters to get in? If so I'll send the semi-discontinued IF-1.

You don't have to send anything, but anything is welcome. We would love to see the Gryfalcon and that Hawaiian fighter perform.
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| December 9, 2009, 10:01 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
WOW. This event is becoming so huge, I'm going to have to change a few things...

I now officially christen this future event the International Aerospace Olympics. All things Ryan suggested will be taken in... and now I'll invite the rest of the world. That's the USRA, the PCU, the SSW, the Philippines, Israel, and Scotland.

Texas will not take place in such tomfoolery, even though we did not receive and invitation. To do so would ruin our reputation. The only time my fighters will see combat with yours is when they are armed to the tooth and ready to kill. You sir, can go eat your sour krout and worship your Egyptian cats for all I care.
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| December 9, 2009, 10:16 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Sounds good, I'll also buy another one for your asking price of 11 million, so that should be six in total. how would you like your vehicles transported down to Ukraine?

If possible you could send them through Prussia, then into Ukraine.
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| December 9, 2009, 10:29 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe


Red Air Force(Jack? CAS? Right?)

The Red Air Force refers to the West Russian air corps (which will participate). The CAS doesn't have a "CAS Air Force," as the CAS is a coalition of countries with individual air forces. I think it would be safest to not fire live missiles, but AWACs and "dummy" missiles are a favorable option for "kills".

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| December 9, 2009, 10:36 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Greetings. Texas would like you to know that we are in fact RA friendly and we would also like to give you any surplus items that you so choose according to availability. You can find them by looking over my flickr but the top rated are these following.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_domain_of_awesome/4153963185/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_domain_of_awesome/3630646103/in/set-72157619805707844/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_domain_of_awesome/3514708126/in/set-72157617889822372/
And 5 of these will be sent to you from Mexico free of charge.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_domain_of_awesome/3961284442/in/set-72157617889822372/

Huh. Well that's very nice of you. I could use some tanks, perhaps we start it out at 20 SCRAPs and 10 of the others? I don't need much now, just enough to hold off until I get everything up and running.
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| December 9, 2009, 11:39 pm
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The Combined States of Oregon and Washington will be sending IF-2S's and IF-3s, as they've never been in true combat before. I'm interested in seeing their capabilities against other modern fighters.
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| December 9, 2009, 11:59 pm
Quoting Thomas N
Baltic News:

heavy artillery: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/167188

*Only limited numbers of starred creations will be sold or traded.


is the heavy artillery on sale? i would purchase them for my army if available..
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| December 10, 2009, 12:08 am
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
that Hawaiian fighter perform.

You rang? Anyways, I only have 5 of those at the moment, but they're not realy doing anything at the moment. I'll send one if I get an aye-okay from Awe.
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| December 10, 2009, 12:42 am
On a different note, some idiot threw a grenade at a civilian school. Hey, it was Mindanao. It's always chaotic. You Ry, can you help me with this?
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| December 10, 2009, 8:45 am
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My air fleet is in Brazil and is ready for combat operation. Beginning tommorow Operation Barracuda, intense shock and awe mission, is to be carried out with stunning force. Tu-225 pilots are instructed not to return to base until their entire payload is empty. The Brazillian Air Force is putting up a good fight, and I have lost three MiG-35s to Brazilian F/A-18s. Sixteen Brazilian aircraft have been destroyed by Su-51s, and two have gone down to Su-37s.
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| December 10, 2009, 1:29 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Texas will not take place in such tomfoolery, even though we did not receive and invitation. To do so would ruin our reputation. The only time my fighters will see combat with yours is when they are armed to the tooth and ready to kill. You sir, can go eat your sour krout and worship your Egyptian cats for all I care.

Prussians generally don't eat sauerkraut... they eat this!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C3%B6nigsberger_Klopse

The Egyptians still worship cats though... literally and hyperbolically.

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| December 10, 2009, 4:56 pm
Quoting Brian Tioseco
On a different note, some idiot threw a grenade at a civilian school. Hey, it was Mindanao. It's always chaotic. You Ry, can you help me with this?

Where in the heck did he get a hand grenade???
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| December 10, 2009, 5:00 pm
Onto note of re-organizing my military...

I've now been taking the time to replace all of Prussia and Egypt's old, obsolete vehicles with Field Marshal Strike's(YEAH, THAT'S RIGHT, he's a field marshal like me now) superior engineering. This is going to fill up a LOT of needs in all branches of my military. He has over 165 military MOCs!!!

But REMEMBER- this is not going to increase the numbers of my military, it's simply going to replace old units, so don't you worry, Cole and Sponty.

By the way, I must ask again... do ANY of you American factions, Texas, PCU, anything else USRA, have any F-15SEs?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Boeing_F-15_Silent_Eagle-topshot.jpg
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| December 10, 2009, 5:09 pm
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The SSW will begin its own large offensive tomorrow directly after the Ukrainian one. We'll be utilizing the devastating shock from the Brazil as a distraction point to mask our own operation.

This will be known as Operation: Hay Holder. Intelligence officers and strategist have well-predicted that Argentine aircraft will be flying after the first part of the Ukrainian attack granted it would most likely seem like an assault by the SSW. While the enemy flies north, Su-51s will fly from the south and try to catch them by surprise. Hopefully, the SRAF will be able strike down near a quarter of the FAA, or AAF depending on what your lingual orientation. However, the main wish is for the enemy to ground their planes and keep hidden while MCAPs fly over and soften up enemy cities for the array of paratroopers that will follow directly after the majority of the air combat has slowed.
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