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International Conversation Forum Pt.XXI
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The other one is getting long.

High Notes:
-The S. American conquest continues.
-A new faction has joined.
-Prussia is hosting an international show of air power.

Other things are happening, too. I'm just too lazy to add them.
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| December 10, 2009, 5:26 pm
So now everyone's colonizing South America... what's next after that? Central Asia, or Antarctica?
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| December 10, 2009, 5:32 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
So now everyone's colonizing South America... what's next after that? Central Asia, or Antarctica?

How about Egyptian deserts?
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| December 10, 2009, 5:40 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
So now everyone's colonizing South America... what's next after that? Central Asia, or Antarctica?

As long as there is more then one nation there will be a lust for land.
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
How about Egyptian deserts?

Ouch.
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| December 10, 2009, 5:46 pm
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The new Mi-57 Halladay is now on the open market. It will be used in the AAF, the AA, the AN, and the Armenian Civil rescue. I will give the person that figures out the reference one free of charge.
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| December 10, 2009, 5:54 pm
Quoting Sammy Harris
As long as there is more then one nation there will be a lust for land.
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
How about Egyptian deserts?

Ouch.

Heh.
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| December 10, 2009, 5:56 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
How about Egyptian deserts?

What is with you these days? Why do you feel a need to constantly insult me? Did I ever do anything significantly wrong to you?

Or maybe you're just being weird... and there's nothing wrong with that(just look at me)!
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| December 10, 2009, 5:58 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
The new Mi-57 Halladay is now on the open market. It will be used in the AAF, the AA, the AN, and the Armenian Civil rescue. I will give the person that figures out the reference one free of charge.

I commented on it, saying "I see Bell UH-1 Iroquois 'Huey' written all over it." Do I get a cookie?
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| December 10, 2009, 6:01 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
What is with you these days? Why do you feel a need to constantly insult me? Did I ever do anything significantly wrong to you?

Or maybe you're just being weird... and there's nothing wrong with that(just look at me)!

Maybe, maybe I'm ticked off that someone always weasels their way out of a war.
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| December 10, 2009, 6:01 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I commented on it, saying "I see Bell UH-1 Iroquois 'Huey' written all over it." Do I get a cookie?

Nope it is in the name and purpose, not the design.
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| December 10, 2009, 6:02 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Would that be Roy Halladay of the Toronto Blue Jays?

that's have the other half is in its purpose and his nickname.
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| December 10, 2009, 6:07 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
You said on your page it is a med evac, med evac, Doctors, Doc, Roy Halladay. DING!

DING! DING! DING! We have a winner! You get a free Mi-57 Halladay. And did you know that before or did you look it up?
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| December 10, 2009, 6:11 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Maybe, maybe I'm ticked off that someone always weasels their way out of a war.

I weaseled my way out of a war, you think???

Actually, I didn't try to end the war until I got several recommendations to do so. At first, I was even hoping to go on the offensive.
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| December 10, 2009, 6:17 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
I am a Minnesota twins fan, so I know most of the players on rival teams. I knew Halladay. I didn't know his nickname though. That I looked up.

This is getting off topic but i love talking baseball. What is your email?
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| December 10, 2009, 6:20 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
My email address contains my last name, which I'm not supposed to put on the interwebs.

Okay no problem.
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| December 10, 2009, 6:28 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
Organization of the West African nations is going quite well, as aid supplies are flowing to the region in a steady stream. Volunteers are of no shortage and many MUAR units in the are have sent their medics to aid as well. Routine airdrops of food and supplies via our outdated Savior aircraft have become commonplace.

Other than that, the MU doesn't have much news to announce today.


At least it isn't "Another nation has decided to join X today..."

Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Maybe, maybe I'm ticked off that someone always weasels their way out of a war.


Surrendering is hardly weaseling. Weaseling is always finding a way around war at the last minute, as us PCU have done twice in East Russia, before setting sights somehwere else.

Speaking of somewhere else, the neo-colonialism-ish-ness goes well in South America. To a degree. Most of the Ecuadorian guerillas have been killed, captured or surrendered. Here are the borders between the Texan half and PCU half: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4158802061/
Not exactly halves...

In Peru, the rebels have really sprung up everywhere. There is no front, only one warzone. Our troops there should be sufficient to fight it, but we're gonna send more. We don't want what happened in Iraq back 30 years ago to happen here. Any form of goverment in Peru has broken down, and only our limited military force is keeping the order in some cities. We're in for a long fight.

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| December 10, 2009, 6:48 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

At least it isn't "Another nation has decided to join X today..."

Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Maybe, maybe I'm ticked off that someone always weasels their way out of a war.


Surrendering is hardly weaseling. Weaseling is always finding a way around war at the last minute, as us PCU have done twice in East Russia, before setting sights somehwere else.

Speaking of somewhere else, the neo-colonialism-ish-ness goes well in South America. To a degree. Most of the Ecuadorian guerillas have been killed, captured or surrendered. Here are the borders between the Texan half and PCU half: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4158802061/
Not exactly halves...

In Peru, the rebels have really sprung up everywhere. There is no front, only one warzone. Our troops there should be sufficient to fight it, but we're gonna send more. We don't want what happened in Iraq back 30 years ago to happen here. Any form of goverment in Peru has broken down, and only our limited military force is keeping the order in some cities. We're in for a long fight.

True.
Breaking News from Trinidad:
Some sort of extremely large explosive device went of in the Trinidad city of San Fernando.
It left quite a mushroom cloud and destroyed the whole city. Although no EMPs are in effect so it was not a "suitcase nuke."
Death tolls are high and many of the newly installed leaders were killed in the blast.
Among all the hullabaloo in Trinidad Texas leaders overlooked a coup in Guiana, where a guerrilla drug-lord bribed one of the Texan-installed leaders. Rebel groups have sprung up everywhere and Marshall law is en act.
We are now assuming, but not making the connection that this is a cover-up of an even bigger uprising.
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| December 10, 2009, 7:08 pm
Idaho's fleet arrived off the coast off Peru and the 25,000 men it holds with it will be landing via LCAC, LCAs, and HAH-1s tomorrow and Saturday. The landing will start around 12:00 and I am going to try and see if I can pull out some stops on this...
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| December 10, 2009, 8:43 pm
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As of 1643 hours EST, 3,000 SSW troops have mobilized from the hold off in Mendoza and north towards La Rioja. Although somewhat un-utilized by the Argentine radical forces, it's been said several hundred or even possibly nearing a thousand troops have been retreated and positioned themselves there. 5 Tu-118s and 4 Su-51s will drop limited payloads on the city once SOFs confirm that the enemy is present in said city. Once that is done around 2315 hours tonight, 1,700 of the 3,000 ground forces will sweep through the city from the south. 300 reinforcing and commanding footmen will stay in the initial assault point while the rest trek north to encompass the higher exiting points of the city. Hopefully, the city will under SSW control by late tomorrow or early the day after.

From there, more paratroopers will be dropped into both Mendoza and La Rioja to begin the Momentum Warfare proposed earlier during the continuance of the Prusso-Swiss War (commonly referred by Swiss officials as the Northeastern Conflict). At the same time, the men from La Plata and Buenos Aires will be pushing west as the before mentioned forces move east. This should create a narrowing gap that should trap the enemy to push north where they can easily be intercepted. Talks with Paraguay will start to create a border-intercept array in return for protection against the expanding empires that are pressing the continent.
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| December 10, 2009, 9:10 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
-Prussia is hosting an international show of air power.

Hmm... I think I might join in on the Airshow of power, a little friendly competition would hurt.

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| December 11, 2009, 12:11 am
As KL now in our hand and the surrounding teritory until border, NROI had capture several very important oil refinery. as more malaysian have moved to borneo, our forces can capture many cities with minimal threat
total casualties as follow:
- NROI
infantries- 350
armour- 15
aircraft- 19
ships- 1

-malaysia
infantries- 701
armour- 30
aircraft- 67
ships- 15

now the NROI also planned to attack borneo malaysia and papua guinea..
all for now
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| December 11, 2009, 12:59 am
Quoting Thomas N Yes I am selling my artillery. Getting them to you may be a problem though. I don't want to send cargo planes over Malaysia for risk of them being shot down.

However, they are 1.5 million USD each. How many would you like? (You may pay in any manner of your choosing, be it cash, equipment trades, or whatever.)


Dont worry, malaysia now under NROI's feet. i prefer about 24 artilleries. please do ship them in two convoy. which one you prefer for payment, AMF-17's ( 80 million USD each) or natural resources?

Ps- if you never heard the AMF-17's, go here http://www.flickr.com/photos/44922185@N06/4153120548/
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| December 11, 2009, 1:07 am
I will be sending a group of 4 Gyrfalcons to Egypt for the Global Air Show. Hopefully, this will be a demonstration to the rest of the world that the PCU is an emerging power in military might.
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| December 11, 2009, 7:25 pm
Quoting Gus Indo
I will be sending a group of 4 Gyrfalcons to Egypt for the Global Air Show. Hopefully, this will be a demonstration to the rest of the world that the PCU is an emerging power in military might.

One of my Eagles shall acompany them.
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| December 11, 2009, 7:46 pm
5 IF-1s will follow them. Depending on the propulsion, we should get their around the same time, give or take a few hours.
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| December 11, 2009, 9:02 pm
Work has resumed on the mini AC-130 and it has made substantial progress on the interior. I should have it up in the next couple days. Oh wait, I have to get a new card for my camera. So maybe two weeks.
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| December 11, 2009, 9:05 pm
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The SSW has confirmed enemy presence in La Rioja; however, it's greater than once thought. Upon approach, a small convoy of enemy vehicles was seen entering the area. Upon viewing images from "captured" satellites, it became apparent that they came from Catamarca and a small outpost in between the two cities. It's also been noted that civilians in both cities have been bribed to harass SSW troops in the area. So, by 2250 hours, MCAPs will fly north towards Catamarca to destroy supply lines and things of the like. At the same time, the boys on the ground will try and finish off La Rioja via contained explosive specialized for opening holes in building walls, etc. Granted some of the city has more narrow roads because of the historic background surrounding its construction. Because of this, most of the fighting will indeed be building-to-building. Collateral damage should be kept at a minimum with just minor structure damage, but war can't be fought on paper.

Towards the east, forces are being organized to head northbound in an attempt to combat the cities of Santa Fe and Parana. By Sunday morn, 9,000 individuals with accompanying vehicles will head towards said cities with air cover only occurring before the en masse assault on the cities themselves. Most of the SRAF in Argentina will be trying to hunt down the enemy aircraft hidden throughout the area so that the Momentum Warfare portion of the theatre will be rather easy.

As stated some time before, the SSW was looking into founding several federal mining companies in Namibia and Botswana. These were successful and within the next half year, $6.4 billion USD shall be invested in these promising companies. The output after this half year should be exponential and by end summer, $7.8 billion USD is speculated to be put into the SSW economy and the two African "allies". This term has been dubbed because arms defense programs and treaties have been signed today as well to aid each other in this fickle globe.

Anyhow, the Swiss economy will no longer use the Euro as the standard unit of funding. In place of it, the Oro (coming from the French word "or" meaning "gold") will be used at a backing of about 1:1 with the US dollar. Instead of the modern fiat money, commodity will be put in place. Fiat can easily become inflamed due to tax increase or failure to comply to paying taxes. Commodity on the other hand is the overall basis of equilibrium of the all markets in an economy; with of course, the backing of valued materials such as gold to hold further stability beyond marketing.
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| December 11, 2009, 10:07 pm
Landings of the Idaho Marines was by far the easiest landing of the career of most of them.
Upon landing, some rebels launched small arms fire and RPGs into the bay that we landed which was around the Peru/Ecuador border.
Casualties amounted to 100 which is no small number but the lowest ever in a combat situation landing for the Idaho Marines. Attack helicopters quickly gave support to the troops and the landing was completed around one or two hours ago. The infantry will begin moving into the jungle/mountains tonight and helicopters and GAF-1s are as we speak pounding the forest/mountains with bombs and machine guns. Shastas aquired from California are aboard a C-5 on its way towards Peru and they will drop it at the first available landing strip. So far, the casualty count stands at 100 Marines and other Idaho personnel, 2 attack helicopters, 1 GAF-1, 1 disabled LCA, and 236 wounded. Next report will be sent tomorrow night.
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| December 11, 2009, 10:34 pm
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Peru is now a churning vat of trouble. Nationalists, and anti-North Americans have been causing havoc and death all over, including an attempted theft of a HAT-1, which was fortunately foiled.

But what's the real news is a bomb going off in the PCU HQ in Lima, Peru, killing several hundred of our staff, not to mention more hundreds of civilians. It seems to be a much smaller version of the one that went of on Trinidad earlier this week, instead of destroying a whole town, it only destroyed about a city block. Luckily, our highest ranking officers survived, having been out inspecting the newly arrived MT-1 Hoods and MBT Shastas. It is suspected that this bombing is linked to the one in Trinidad, and our agents are on the job.

As previsouly stated, the stability of Peru is plumetting down, perhaps into civil war. We forsee a long fight against these rebels. Let us hope that it doesn't spread into newly-acquired Ecuador. Also, in order to end this fast, the PCU will begin implementing programs to win over public opinion in favor of us, mostly attempts to reduce poverty in this 3rd world nation.
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| December 12, 2009, 2:15 am
Sorry again for the late post. I got married (in THIS universe).

Indonesian, Prussian, and Egyptian diplomats along with ours were in a summit at the Imperial Hall. Apparently, they were talking about some sort of joint mission about this "new faction" What's it called anyways?
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| December 12, 2009, 9:52 am
Idaho officials are strongly displeased with bombing of Lima, Peru and the deaths of some of our most prestigous staff. Extra measures will be taken to see that nothing ever happens in a PCU base ever again.

On the warfront, PCU Marines have taken a half a mile but have lost 20 men in the process. 1 jet was lost last night when it dodged a missle and then hit a tree before getting out of the way of the said tree.
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| December 12, 2009, 11:26 am
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
So now everyone's colonizing South America... what's next after that? Central Asia, or Antarctica?

Maybe...
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| December 12, 2009, 11:27 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Peru is now a churning vat of trouble. Nationalists, and anti-North Americans have been causing havoc and death all over, including an attempted theft of a HAT-1, which was fortunately foiled.

But what's the real news is a bomb going off in the PCU HQ in Lima, Peru, killing several hundred of our staff, not to mention more hundreds of civilians. It seems to be a much smaller version of the one that went of on Trinidad earlier this week, instead of destroying a whole town, it only destroyed about a city block. Luckily, our highest ranking officers survived, having been out inspecting the newly arrived MT-1 Hoods and MBT Shastas. It is suspected that this bombing is linked to the one in Trinidad, and our agents are on the job.

As previsouly stated, the stability of Peru is plumetting down, perhaps into civil war. We forsee a long fight against these rebels. Let us hope that it doesn't spread into newly-acquired Ecuador. Also, in order to end this fast, the PCU will begin implementing programs to win over public opinion in favor of us, mostly attempts to reduce poverty in this 3rd world nation.

It was determined that several Peruvian revolutionaries in disguise as business men and construction workers had smuggled in not just one, but several of some old Venezuelan model FOABs that were circa 2009. It appears that the Peruvian revolutionaries are actually proving a formidable foe.

In Brazil the casualties are heavy with almost every M-2036 "DEATHTRAP" IFV (scrap) we sen in being destroyed by RPGs, nevertheless we continue to "inch" forward through the jungle.
A paratrooper assault, dubbed Destrucción de Brasil (Brazilian Destruction), will also be launched this after-noon, just after several Mexican A10 Thunderbolts pave the way.
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| December 12, 2009, 1:01 pm
@Dore: It was low because it was using its MGs to clear the canopy so it could see the floor. When the RPG came out of the canopy towards it, the GAF-1 flew to the right and the wing hit a tree, causing it to lose control and slam into more trees.
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| December 12, 2009, 1:35 pm
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La Rioja has been captured for the most part due to the large push last night. However, 23 SSW militants were killed in the process do to excessive militia IED attacks. However,the SSW is prepared to counter further IED deaths because of the apparent MRAP systems in the Swiss arsenal. Pockets of resistance are still present in the city, but they should smolder in the next couple of days.

Now, the main target is Catamarca. This area has served as the major supply hub for northwestern Argentina and should be eliminated with extreme prejudice. The MCAPs sent last night destroyed three confirmed ammunition depots and one fueling station. A various array of vehicles were destroyed as well. Through all of this action, only one casualty was taken; an MCAP shot down by a Stinger missile system. However, an AAUC was dispatched with several SSW Raiders to recover the pilot. The mission was success.

So far, Operation: Hay Holder has been moving nicely and shall continue throughout the rest of the war.
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| December 12, 2009, 1:39 pm
The Single Warhead Intercontinental Missle has been purchased by Idaho from Idaho Labs for $1,000,000. Idaho Labs will build 100 missles and the first order of these 100 missles will be completed May 12. The first 5 built are being loaded into a C-5 to Peru and they will arrive tomorrow at 6 p.m. Not to worry guys, this missle is not a nuke. Just a heavy missle for destorying things.
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| December 12, 2009, 1:43 pm
The small amount of reinforcements I sent to Chile is almost to their destination, and is approaching San Felix island. They are expected to arrive by tomorrow.

Also, the re-organizing of Prusso-Egypt's military is almost complete. Field Marshal Strike just needs to put his MOCs in the proper folders. Factories in Prussia and Egypt are being re-fitted to, in the future, produce his vehicles and equipment. All obsolete vehicles and equipment will be sold or scrapped as they are replaced.
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| December 12, 2009, 2:03 pm
@Cliffe: What is going on in Chile that requires the reinforcements?
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| December 12, 2009, 2:19 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
@Cliffe: What is going on in Chile that requires the reinforcements?

A little while ago, in the last ICF, Chile joined the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt out of fear of being crushed by the other expansionist powers in the region. We're sending them backup in case that starts to happen.
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| December 12, 2009, 2:24 pm
@Cliffe: These powers are PCU, Texas, and SSW correct?
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| December 12, 2009, 2:26 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
@Cliffe: These powers are PCU, Texas, and SSW correct?

Yes, plus Ukraine(in Brazil), but he's my ally.
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| December 12, 2009, 2:29 pm
PCU has already withdrawn threats towards Egypt and no attacks are on the drawing board in the War Room. SSW and Texas, I can't speak for them, might be drawing some attacks up but I don't know.
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| December 12, 2009, 2:31 pm
Operation No Bomb is now being intiated. There will be checkpoints around Lima and any other major military installation. There will be a lightly guarded one 5 miles from the installation, at the edge of the installation, and every mile into the installation. In short, they will be no more bombings via FOABs if PCU can help it. The second phase of this operation will include fighters and bombers of PCU to bomb and shoot up any potential enemy units on the roads and fields to Lima and the Idaho forces. This Operation will be on-going until after we have gained control of Peru.
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| December 12, 2009, 7:33 pm
According to the front line warriors of the 22nd Marine Division, GAF-1s are doing their job well and there has only been one more casualty other than the tree incident. HAT-1s have started to push forward and the enemy casualty count has quickly amounted to 157. Enemy wounded has amounted to 136 and the captured stands at 18. HAT-1s are doing well combat wise and only one major incident has occured.

A HAT-1 was pushing throughsome dense bushes when a Humvee full of Marines drove in front of the bush, the HAT-1 drivers, thinking that it was some enemy militia, hit the accleration and slammed through thue bushes, making the Humvee roll on its side and almost get pancaked by the massive tank. One of the men was killed and 4 were wounded.
In other news, the C-5 with the Shastas landed 5 minutes ago and the Shastas will be sent into active duty tomorrow afternoon.
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| December 12, 2009, 7:45 pm
Republican America/Texas/PCU Currency. It has come to my attention that we all purchase things in, well, U.S. dollars. And the U.S. hasn't been around for about a decade so Texas would like to take it up with the governators about a new American currency.
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| December 12, 2009, 8:31 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Republican America/Texas/PCU Currency. It has come to my attention that we all purchase things in, well, U.S. dollars. And the U.S. hasn't been around for about a decade so Texas would like to take it up with the governators about a new American currency.

As the only Governator online, I will stick with Awe's saying about the Oro crisis and say that nothing will change.
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| December 12, 2009, 8:47 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Republican America/Texas/PCU Currency. It has come to my attention that we all purchase things in, well, U.S. dollars. And the U.S. hasn't been around for about a decade so Texas would like to take it up with the governators about a new American currency.

It was proposed that a unit noted as the Amero would come about during the very beginning of the 21st century. This was thought to help trade between Mexico, America, and Canada. Perhaps you could adopt this very system granted the URSA and Texas contain lands in all three before stated countries.
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| December 12, 2009, 8:47 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
As the only Governator online, I will stick with Awe's saying about the Oro crisis and say that nothing will change.

Swiss currency is a crisis is it? Please elaborate so trade won't be impinged upon in the future because of communication slack.
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| December 12, 2009, 8:48 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Swiss currency is a crisis is it? Please elaborate so trade won't be impinged upon in the future because of communication slack.

Sorry Doctor, I said that because everyone seemed to want to switch over to the Oro which would cause a crisis of sorts.
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| December 12, 2009, 9:00 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Sorry Doctor, I said that because everyone seemed to want to switch over to the Oro which would cause a crisis of sorts.

No one else said they'd switch to the Oro. Only the MU. Texas implied that the American powers could create a new currency system. Plus, the SSW won't allow anyone to produce the Oro unless we conclusively say so.
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| December 12, 2009, 9:01 pm
Miswording can start wars. I will keep that in mind.
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| December 12, 2009, 9:04 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Is anyone actually invading Cyprus?

In other news, Brendonia will begin developing a hybrid carrier with missile launchers on it. It will also be capable of sending new F-5As from its "flight deck".

I Inherited Turkeys base on Cyprus so as long as you leave my troops alone and allow me to keep my base go ahead and invade.
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| December 12, 2009, 9:12 pm
@Texas: I would work with you to make a new currency but I'd like it be simpler. Like 5 Agros for One dollar. That way everything will be shorter. Or we could keep it easier and use the 1 Agro=1 dollar.
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| December 12, 2009, 9:20 pm
Not to be rude, but I wouldn't attack with force unless they attacked you first. Then I'd bomb 'em! =)
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| December 12, 2009, 10:25 pm
It won't be easy inf you make yourslef look like a dictator to the natives. If you do, they are going to rebel and you might lose that province.
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| December 12, 2009, 10:30 pm
SWIM-1s have arrived on the scene of the Peru conflict and they will be used in the folllowing week. Meanwhile, the PCU Marines ran into a small town about a mile off the coast and they are having a hard time pushing through it. Helicopters are of no use as these particular rebels are using Stinger missles on rooftops and they are taking down some jets with some SAM sites. How they acquired them, I have no idea.
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| December 12, 2009, 11:27 pm
Increased fighting has risen in the seaside town I mentioned earlier. Casualties are quickly going up with the current number at 15. 26 wounded have been shuttled off to the ships waiting on the shore via LAV-1s and HAT-1s are just now arriving on the scene. Looking to see how the Shastas work, I have approved that they be released tonight. They will reach the town in 20 minutes.
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| December 13, 2009, 12:29 am
A tank has finally reached the top of Idaho Labs priorities while the HAP-1 has been postponed probably indefinetly. The MT-2 Bromley, the working title of this tank, will have its work begun in the week following Christmas with the first prototype getting worked on sometime this week.
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| December 13, 2009, 12:33 am
News from the Idaho Armed Forces is that the village assault failed and the casualty count reached 32 over the night. Another assault will commence tonight and the Shastas will provide support. HAT-1s with missle launchers are going to fire missles at building and collapse them on the enemy and minimum civilian casualties are expected.
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| December 13, 2009, 12:22 pm
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All the forces around Taiwan are ready to begin the invasion the only problem is there are American warships in the harbor. I cannot begin the invasion until these ships are out of the harbor.
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| December 13, 2009, 1:32 pm
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For training and defensive purposes, the SSW is asking to buy the Chile portion of Tierra del Fuego from Prusso-Egypt. As noted some time before, the SSW has been establish offshore defense platforms to reduce illegal trafficking and to control commerce during wartime. However, with Tierra del Fuego split, political exhaustion occurs quite rapidly. The purchase price being presented is $12.4 million SSO (Swiss Standard Oros). This is roughly the same price in USD. If agreed, the citizens that live on the island will be given two months to travel elsewhere in Chile or become SSW citizens.
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| December 13, 2009, 2:03 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
All the forces around Taiwan are ready to begin the invasion the only problem is there are American warships in the harbor. I cannot begin the invasion until these ships are out of the harbor.


From which American power are they? I can try and make them leave I have the authority.

News from Peru is always coming, and the main concentration of rebels seems to be deep in the Larento province, commonly known as the Peruvian Amazon. Our greatest fear is the rebels striking into Ecuador, but our assault on that area will have to wait until we get the coasts cleaned up. The mountains are seeming to be another concentration of rebels, and because our planes have better things to do, the first batch of MT-1/HA-1 Reid Artillery Tanks will be arriving on Tuesday, fresh from the factories of the Pacific Northwest. In two weeks time, our currently unnamed MT-1/AGMS-3 Missile Artillery Tanks will be landing and put into use, along with several other unnamed, undesignated variants nearing completion.

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| December 13, 2009, 2:11 pm
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Granted the short distance all from MU territory to any initial point in the Mediterranean, the counter-offensive staged by said nation should already be making contact with enemy forces.

The primary missile barrages have been launched and have struck targets with 78% source-to-target efficiency. This means over three-fourths of all missiles launched so fare have hit their targets. With nearly 20,000 Brendonian forces in the area, it isn't hard to find targets. The initial wave of invaders has indeed been reduced greatly with one out of every five landing craft actually making it to shore. The Cyprus defenders have kept close communication with the MUAF in the area and only a severely small amount of Brendonian forces have been able to mobilize any further than 1.5 miles on average from their targeted area.

On note of the Brendonian reinforcements, the MU Navy has engaged them utilizing forces already in the air and around the seas, the foreign defenders have made short work of Brendonian carrier-based aircraft. The stealth craft launched by the MU have been able to target most of the Brendonian aircraft right after launch. Given that the "Howitzers" are somewhat small vessels, they have turned about-face to retreat from the barrage of stealthy assault. However, the battleships sent by the Brendonian task force have been causing some hassle sinking two MPNS craft. However, the volume of direct-interface missiles launched from MU craft have been exacted to execute said opposing ships. No further damage report upon either forces has been received, but casualty rates seem one-sided with the superior strategy leaning towards the waiting MU Navy and co.No totaled number has yet been made.
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| December 13, 2009, 5:52 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
I will also be sending a fresh Plato-class Missile cruiser/carrier ASAP to improve odds of winning. Now if only Erik could make moderate this.

I'll put that in the next one.

On note of the war in S. America, the troops told for Santa Fe have geared up and are on their way. Reconnaissance has confirmed a rather heavy population of enemy troops as well as improvised defenses. LCGs will be sent some hours ahead of the ground units to eliminate some of the more professional targets. MCAPs will then be sent some minutes before the ground assault begins to drop napalm on the outer edges of the city to make sure the forces are delayed by dime-defenses. Bombing runs will also be set to level the center of the city to promote more exterior combat and relieve dense fighting as well.
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| December 13, 2009, 7:17 pm
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As a small addition to the last combat moderation, Brendonian forces have made a swift progress to capture one exterior base upon the island. However, only approx. 41% of the original landing parting made it ashore at full combat status.

In the seas, regular missile launches have been occurring with the hint of downing or sinking a craft here and there. The new ship made by the Brendonian regime has yet to actually make it to the rest of the accompanying fleet due to choppy waters, but it looks promising.

Still, no casualty specification has been made.
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| December 13, 2009, 7:24 pm
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Because of the increasing fatalities in Peru, mostly pilots because the rebels somehow have SAM weapons, the PCU's first UAV has been created, heavily based on the MQ-3 (I think), that once served in a similar situation for the old USA: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4183488810/
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| December 13, 2009, 8:36 pm
^@Awe: Since your UAV-1 is 10 times better than mine, I will designate my excuse for a UAV as XUV-1. They will be strictly training.
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| December 13, 2009, 9:28 pm
Reports from the sea-side town have been good so far. Heavy bombing and tank attacks have proved effective and a group of 500 men attacked from the south and took out alot of dug in positions with mortars and Machine Guns. One Shasta was lost in the offensive as well as a heavily damaged HAT-1. Medium casualties have come from the attack and the forces have taken roughly 3/4 of the town while some 175 militia men have holed up in some apartment buildings but due to civilians in the building too, we can't go and bomb them.
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| December 13, 2009, 9:34 pm
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With join operations with Paraguayan militants, the Argentine provinces of Salta, Misiones, and Formosa have been captured with both combat and paying off some rather desperate Argentine militiamen. Because of this, several more weeks of fighting have been reduced to controlled defense.

Now, a small assault of 4,300 joint Dutch and Paraguayan soldiers will be trying to take the rest of the northern edge with Jujuy and Corrientes in mind as the better targets. The latter province will be seeing the greater focus because of its resource amount and size. Two days from now, SSW officials hope to hold both places mostly under control.

Aside from destruction and control, the SSW has opened nearly 23 refugee camps during the entirety of the war. Most of them are merely stations where said people can evacuate into SSW territory, but a small number on still on the front-lines. Thus, the SSW is asking that we may temporarily relocate them to some northern, established areas. Namely, I'd like to ask the aid of Texas in this process. All that is asked, if you accept of course, is that a few acres be set aside in your territory to accommodate refugees until the war is over. You will be reimbursed for your aid and everything will be handled by my government.
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| December 13, 2009, 9:55 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Republican America/Texas/PCU Currency. It has come to my attention that we all purchase things in, well, U.S. dollars. And the U.S. hasn't been around for about a decade so Texas would like to take it up with the governators about a new American currency.

The vote passed in Texas.
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| December 13, 2009, 11:03 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Because of the increasing fatalities in Peru, mostly pilots because the rebels somehow have SAM weapons, the PCU's first UAV has been created, heavily based on the MQ-3 (I think), that once served in a similar situation for the old USA: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4183488810/

I am telling you the rebels are quite a formidable foe. Well the same is happening in North Brazil, the FJ-96s are getting shot down by SAMs, old model SAMs at that.
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| December 13, 2009, 11:07 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
The vote passed in Texas.


No votes were held, the motion passes by my authority. We agree about this new American currency. What shall it be called?
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| December 14, 2009, 12:51 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

No votes were held, the motion passes by my authority. We agree about this new American currency. What shall it be called?

International American Currency. IAC for short. This will not apply to my South American colonies.
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| December 14, 2009, 8:44 am
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
International American Currency. IAC for short. This will not apply to my South American colonies.

Or the Amero for short. >_>

Also, what say you to allowing the SSW utilizing a few acres of your territory for refugee holding until the Argentine War is over? If you read my last post you can view the details.
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| December 14, 2009, 4:58 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Or the Amero for short. >_>

Also, what say you to allowing the SSW utilizing a few acres of your territory for refugee holding until the Argentine War is over? If you read my last post you can view the details.

Texas will set aside 1000 acres of Venezuelan land for any refugees fleeing from the war. Also out of that 1000, 159 acres will be set aside for an international refueling station, but only for our allies, any Prussians flying over my airspace will be shot down if you get my just.
In other breaking news a series of bombs went of in Abilene Texas today at the county jail and city hall. They were double suicide bombings in an attempt to kill several "infidel" Venezuelan ambassadors. The bombers were also identified to be Peruvian in nationality. These bombings are connected to the PCU-Peru and Texas-Trinidad bombings.
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| December 14, 2009, 5:39 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Texas will set aside 1000 acres of Venezuelan land for any refugees fleeing from the war. Also out of that 1000, 159 acres will be set aside for an international refueling station, but only for our allies, any Prussians flying over my airspace will be shot down if you get my just.
In other breaking news a series of bombs went of in Abilene Texas today at the county jail and city hall. They were double suicide bombings in an attempt to kill several "infidel" Venezuelan ambassadors. The bombers were also identified to be Peruvian in nationality. These bombings are connected to the PCU-Peru and Texas-Trinidad bombings.

Greatly appreciated. This should reduce a great amount of transportation fees to send them to further territories in the South. Again, you will be reimbursed for your charity.

With that aside, SSW forces will be relocating a greater portion of the Argentine refugees to above stated area to reduce the political stress of possible in-state massacres. Hopefully, this will all go according to plan. The first 2,500 of said people will be flown overnight tonight to Venezuela to get organization flowing and see how things go.

On note of the Argentine War itself (more officially dubbed the Argentine Civil War) SSW forces have made a regular advancement in the northernmost provinces of Argentina. Last night several short-stop night operations between joint forces of Paraguayan and Dutch troops have left most of the Jujuy area under SSW control. Pamphlets were let loose sometime after the last official post to hopefully reduce fighting; this was successful. Granted that that entire corner of Argentina has been captured, any enemy militants there were sure to be defeated with no retreat. Less than 55sq.mi. has yet to be taken. Most of this being urban area.

However the story goes differently towards the east. The province of Corrientes has shown great resistance. Both mercenary, militia, and official armsmen have been known to be in the area. Sorties were kept at a minimum last night to make way for more southern offensives; namely the one aimed at Santa Fe. The reinforcements promised from the European mainland have finally arrived in Buenos Aires where pockets of resistance still pop up here and there. By end mid-week, said forces should be organized to be distributed towards the median of Argentina to finally end the war. No further news shall be given at this point.

With all of this going on, it has been kept rather discreet has to the status of those who started the coup d'etat. Eight have been confirmed to have started it with more than 122 lesser individuals supporting them. Of the eight mentioned, three have been captured. Two dead by their own hand and one scheduled for execution. Most of the latter individuals have been speculated to have left the country after seeing the first strike by the SSW. No further information is available.
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| December 14, 2009, 6:17 pm
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On note of the war in Cyprus, the Brendonian forces have been held up in the water. Although several thousand troops and several new vessels have been sent to the battered beach-planters, Cyprus as a whole seems to be holding out quite well. Because of the quick mobilization of MU forces, several hundred MU militants have made it around the southeastern shores. This would include the cities of Lamaca, Paralimni, Varosha, Famagusta, and even Zyyl towards the west and Aradhippou. However, none this means that MU forces are by no means thinned, for they are just that.

Brendonia has made some progress. The cities of Polis and Peyla have been greatly taken over during the night. Granted, the Cyprus self-defense forces are still in each city trying to keep them from moving any further. With MU aircraft in the air most of the time, further landings have been delayed and Brendonian air power isn't holding too great of a resistance notice against the greatly veteran pilots of the MU, whom have just seen great combat some months before.

No further news is available presently.
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| December 14, 2009, 6:42 pm
Today on the front, the Marine Sniper Teams 1-3 were stationed on buildings surrounding the big hotel-type building on the east side of town. The snipers took out around 20 men throughout the day who foolishly passed a window during the fighting.

Marines, inserted via HAH-1s on the roof, flushed out three entire floors on the eight-floor building. On going fighting is on the second and third floors and civilians are about 99% flushged out. The vote is passing to High Command to bomb the building and deal with the casualties as COWs.
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| December 14, 2009, 9:45 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
For training and defensive purposes, the SSW is asking to buy the Chile portion of Tierra del Fuego from Prusso-Egypt. As noted some time before, the SSW has been establish offshore defense platforms to reduce illegal trafficking and to control commerce during wartime. However, with Tierra del Fuego split, political exhaustion occurs quite rapidly. The purchase price being presented is $12.4 million SSO (Swiss Standard Oros). This is roughly the same price in USD. If agreed, the citizens that live on the island will be given two months to travel elsewhere in Chile or become SSW citizens.

Sounds like a deal, doctor. A pleasure doing business with you. I bet that new currency of yours will do you well!

While I'm at it...

The G.E.N. Egypt, the Grand Egyptian Navy's latest warship, was launched at noon today. It is our second true battleship, and the first ship in Prusso-Egypt's history to bear the name Egypt. Have no worries, my former enemies- this ship will be replacing an old ship, so my navy's number will remain at the same low since the war.

The reinforcements sent to back up Chile have arrived, and are busy setting up some moderate defenses should anything go awry down there. From what I've heard, all is wonderful down there- the Prussians love working with and seeing their old allies again, and the Egyptians love the weather, culture, and...um...bananas.

Now that Chile is being secured, mercantilism will ensue. Although the banana was introduced to Egypt some time back in the early 2030's during the rise of Prusso-Egypt, more bananas and other produce and crops will be sent to Egypt and Kush to back up the food reserves over there that have taken a toll from the past war.
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| December 14, 2009, 9:57 pm
ALL defenses in the sea-side town are now swept away but the straggling militia member will always appear in a conquest right? So I am going to label this city as 99%. I am leaving Charlie Company, the number of men in Charlie is 500, to defend the city while the rest of the 22nd Division, around 24,350, will be moving towards the rest of PCU.

Back on the home front, the first design for the MT-2 Bromley was made and it should be worked on after Christmas when PCU, or at least Idaho, will make a bulk purchase from Bricklink.

Back on the war front, A XUV-1 was spotted over the sea-side city today and it gave the various squads relief to know that they were being watched from above. GAF-1 strikes were ordered after the building was finished, and the building was succesfully destroyed while all civilians were moved to another town that had not been touched by the war.
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| December 14, 2009, 11:27 pm
The AIS would be interested in signing a peaceful occupational treaty with the SSW in reference of Panama. We would like to really just share the landmass with you, in hopes of a trade agreement, as well as possibly put in a military or naval base.
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| December 15, 2009, 10:21 am
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
International American Currency. IAC for short. This will not apply to my South American colonies.

The AIS would like to participate in this new Cuurency project as well.
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| December 15, 2009, 10:22 am
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Quoting Rocky W.
The AIS would be interested in signing a peaceful occupational treaty with the SSW in reference of Panama. We would like to really just share the landmass with you, in hopes of a trade agreement, as well as possibly put in a military or naval base.

This will have to be looked upon further; right now Swiss officials are indecisive in allowing a another power within the restricted area that is Panama. As it is commonly known, Panama greatly supplies both the free world (commerce) and official world (military) with transport to and fro between oceanic bodies; however with international wars becoming too common, it's been safely protected with little exterior happening. Thus, granted the scenario of you possibly joining the antagonist of my government, you can most likely attack Panama with ease. So, it's a bit iffy at the moment. Perhaps we can set a limited commerce agreement as of now and see how things develop?

Still, none of this is to say the SSW is greatly restricting itself from interacting with you. Trade from the South, South Africa, and Europe is all greatly welcomed to you.
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| December 15, 2009, 3:59 pm
Alright, fair enough Fine Doctor. Would you lieke to purchase some of my AH-72s?
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| December 15, 2009, 4:05 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Sounds like a deal, doctor. A pleasure doing business with you. I bet that new currency of yours will do you well!

Thank you for both the land and compliment. As said earlier, the citizens of what was once Chile's portion of the island will be given two months to either withdraw or become SSW citizens. Militants from southern Argentina will be aiding in relocating the loyalist to the Chile mainland as well as organizing the citizenship of the rest.

In other news, the SSW will be greatly revising the military forces in Aruba and the Netherlands Antilles. New military ports will be established in both areas to protect against expanding powers along with whatever may come along later in life. A small dispatch of forces will be sent from Panama to establish said ordeal.

On note of the Argentine War, joint troop forces were successful enough to capture nearly 2,300 enemy militants last night and the better part of this morning and afternoon. Many northern enemy troops have lost morale and seem to be quite unresponsive to fighting back. A great deal of time will be given into seeing if any of these prisoners are conspirators in reference to the coup d'etat.

Moving along, the province of Jujuy has fully been captured by Dutch and Paraguayan troops as of 1445 hours today. With this, nearly the entire northern portion of Argentina is under control. It is hoped by tonight the stubborn forces in Corrientes will either surrender or be defeated. A large push will be held at 2017 hours to push most of the forces outwards towards the skirts of the province. This will be done via LCGs providing support and UUCs mounted with secondary missiles that will be armed with petrol-based substances. If we can't capture them nor their equipment, we'll burn it all.
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| December 15, 2009, 4:14 pm
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Quoting Rocky W.
Alright, fair enough Fine Doctor. Would you lieke to purchase some of my AH-72s?

Granted the SSW is contracting a new gunship program, we'll go ahead and purchase two for now. These will be used for comparison to the already in-service LCG and the before mentioned gunship.
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| December 15, 2009, 4:18 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Granted the SSW is contracting a new gunship program, we'll go ahead and purchase two for now. These will be used for comparison to the already in-service LCG and the before mentioned gunship.

M'kay, that'll be a total of $36 Million. Cash or credit?
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| December 15, 2009, 4:20 pm
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Quoting Rocky W.
M'kay, that'll be a total of $36 Million. Cash or credit?

Freebie?

Jokingly saying that of course. The money will wired to whatever account specified and once you've confirmed the total, it will be finalized and documented.
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| December 15, 2009, 4:23 pm
The rest of my Marines, minus Charlie Company, have gained about a mile with 8 casualties. To prevent casualties, XUV-1 strikes have begun and the total kill count is closer to 20. We came upon a tiny village in a two acre area and we had one man suffer injuries due to some poison arrows. Darn mestizos.

To the nation of AIS, what country do you have exactly? I forgot.

To SSW, Bolivia is of no concern to me now.

To Texas, how is the prevention of FOAB detonations going in your towns and cities? I'd like to know so I can implement those techniques.

To Cliffe, my planes and helicopters are now being loaded onto the C-5 and will be seen flying away in one hour.

To PCU, I am going to link up with the the rest of you guys around 25 miles east of Lima, which is where I estimate you will be in January when I get there. In the meanwhile, I'd like to put in for some more HAT-1s, my HAT-1s are doing their jobs well but it is always nice to have a little more you know? When the Bromley is done I'll send them back with new paint and all! Deal?


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| December 15, 2009, 4:29 pm
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Cyprus War Today:

The Brendonian troops have alas challenged the remaining presence of the Cyprus military in the cities of Polis and Peyla with a staggering victory by the invaders. Utilizing the aspect of MU forces not being in the area, Brendonian troops were able to push the defenders towards the southeast and northeast where they were forced to retreat further, die, or be captured. Currently, they are reinforcing the cities and trying to get more troops onto the island for further assault. However, the MUAF has made sure not too many make any further. No further progress has been made by Brendonian forces.

Now onto the MU. Most of the available forces are trying to spread quickly to the western coasts of Cyprus to hold off further invasions; however, a moderate storm occurred during the night resulting in severe flooding in some areas of the MU advance. This does not mean they aren't on track. Currently, the western most point they've made is the city of Limassol. To the north, ground-based forces have made it to Dhali. Almost the entirety of the east coast is protected by join forces, so no advancement there.

Presently, no further news is available.
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| December 15, 2009, 5:18 pm
Since alot of casualties are starting to pop up around the war, I am going to issue some protective vests in use by the Army today for intnse situations. They'll hold up to some pistol and AK rounds, but not no MG.
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| December 15, 2009, 5:34 pm
Using some satellites I believe I wrangled from Texas, I am going to set up a network over Peru to see where the enemy is. Of course, the XUVs are doing their job bu it is good to have backup.
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| December 15, 2009, 5:53 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
I can't wait to see how badly my economy is gonna be damaged after this war!

Then why not pull out while the going isn't too bad? Your forces are going against the grain and the island is bound to be covered with joint forces of both the Cyprus military and the aid from the MU. Within a week's time, the MU will probably reinforce neutral cities to the maximum extent as well as blockading your current forces.
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| December 15, 2009, 5:54 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Freebie?

Jokingly saying that of course. The money will wired to whatever account specified and once you've confirmed the total, it will be finalized and documented.

M'kay. Order confirmed. I'll even throw in a 20 mm minigun pod with each for free. Wire the money to the AIS government please.
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| December 15, 2009, 7:13 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
We just don't want our trade partner Cyprus to be taken by anyone else. I would just like to be reimbursed for my losses and those of Cyprus though, but that would cost less than continuing this war any longer.



Looks like someone wants Cyprus for himself. But hey, we're taking over Peru for no reason.

Also, on an unrelated note: Why should he be made to pay for a (short) war you technically started?

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| December 15, 2009, 7:35 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Looks like someone wants Cyprus for himself. But hey, we're taking over Peru for no reason.

Also, on an unrelated note: Why should he be made to pay for a (short) war you technically started?

Technically, Brendonia broke the status quo. The MU stated its purpose before the actual engagement and had long been trading with Cyprus before the before stated nation came to be. So, wouldn't you be as keen to protect your assets?


Anyhow, to officially document the end of the war, the SSW ask that both Brendonia and MU officials travel to Bern for a third-party assessment and witness.
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| December 15, 2009, 7:41 pm
New modifications to the C-F/A-22D Global Raptor has been completed however, we will NOT give it a new name/letter because we do not see any reason to do so until another refit.
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| December 15, 2009, 9:22 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Technically, Brendonia broke the status quo. The MU stated its purpose before the actual engagement and had long been trading with Cyprus before the before stated nation came to be. So, wouldn't you be as keen to protect your assets?


Anyhow, to officially document the end of the war, the SSW ask that both Brendonia and MU officials travel to Bern for a third-party assessment and witness.


Sure, I'll send some officials.

O_o

Brendan, you're acting a bit strange... first, you're like "Oh, hey I'll invade this island!" Then you're like "Oh, hey, the MU's coming to aid Cyprus; Let's fight!" Now you're like "Oh, you think I should stop the war now? Oh, OK!" Now I'm expecting a "That was fun, wasn't it? Yay!"

I'm really not criticising or making fun of you in any way, it's actually just kind of funny and kind of odd how this little event went. This is merely an observation of that. But man, you're something, Brendan...
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| December 15, 2009, 9:45 pm
Today in Peru, three more men died in the push through the forested mountains. Two rebels were killed with another two wounded. GAF-1 strikes were consistent throughout the day and one of the GAF-1s were lost when a Stinger missle hit the jet. Lucky shot for a rebel.

In Boise, the C-5 full of goods we sent to Russia has arrived and out of it we take our vehicles and planes and helicopters as well as some pretty good shots of some of the events our journalists were spectating.

In Portland, High Command is debating the Cyprus War, or 24-hour War, as it is being called on the home front. They are currently saying that in our interests we might want to get some information on the war and maybe use this info in the future. The result is not known to us though. Anyways, High Command leaders, *ahem* me *ahem*, are trying to see if a vote on the Amero involving every country who might use it. I will try to get it passed Texas, but we ain't liking change well.
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| December 15, 2009, 10:17 pm
An explosion was just seen about a mile in front of the advancing Marines. The sight of the blast appears to be a small village with trucks and some technicals. No Marines were hurt in the blast but civilian and rebel casualties equal up to about 37 deaths. FOAB protection was out of the question, it wasn't in the range of a town or base. The Marines are now on Code Orange, the second highest alert level. Code Red will be if the bomb comes closer to the Marines.
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| December 15, 2009, 10:32 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
The rest of my Marines, minus Charlie Company, have gained about a mile with 8 casualties. To prevent casualties, XUV-1 strikes have begun and the total kill count is closer to 20. We came upon a tiny village in a two acre area and we had one man suffer injuries due to some poison arrows. Darn mestizos.

To the nation of AIS, what country do you have exactly? I forgot.

To SSW, Bolivia is of no concern to me now.

To Texas, how is the prevention of FOAB detonations going in your towns and cities? I'd like to know so I can implement those techniques.

To Cliffe, my planes and helicopters are now being loaded onto the C-5 and will be seen flying away in one hour.

To PCU, I am going to link up with the the rest of you guys around 25 miles east of Lima, which is where I estimate you will be in January when I get there. In the meanwhile, I'd like to put in for some more HAT-1s, my HAT-1s are doing their jobs well but it is always nice to have a little more you know? When the Bromley is done I'll send them back with new paint and all! Deal?


Basically, we listen in on phone calls look at potential Peruvian terror suspects and send them away for a very long time.
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| December 15, 2009, 10:34 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
An explosion was just seen about a mile in front of the advancing Marines. The sight of the blast appears to be a small village with trucks and some technicals. No Marines were hurt in the blast but civilian and rebel casualties equal up to about 37 deaths. FOAB protection was out of the question, it wasn't in the range of a town or base. The Marines are now on Code Orange, the second highest alert level. Code Red will be if the bomb comes closer to the Marines.

Watch out though, where there is one FOAB there are usually more.
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| December 15, 2009, 10:37 pm
By the looks of it, there wasn't enough trucks to be carrying more than one. If they did, they would have had to have used the villagers or use a bunch of men to carry it. Thanks for the consideration though. I will up the Code Orange to Code Red just because of that.
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| December 15, 2009, 10:44 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Basically, we listen in on phone calls look at potential Peruvian terror suspects and send them away for a very long time.

Cool, but what if they use codewords or meet in public or just go out by themselves with it?
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| December 15, 2009, 10:45 pm
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The Portland government is still trying to figure out how these 3rd world countries got FOABs, and where they are getting their support. It's like a movie, but in the real world (as in, a lego group)! And Nick, your request for HAT-1s will be met, but how many do you want?
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| December 15, 2009, 10:54 pm
^They are getting them from the commies, duh!

^I want....maybe 10 or 15?
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| December 15, 2009, 10:57 pm
Texas, me, Sammy, and Awe all voted yes on the use of the Amero as the official currency of PCU and Texas. Since I assume you want it as well, work should begin on the currency outlook tomorrow.
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| December 15, 2009, 11:15 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
^They are getting them from the commies, duh!

^I want....maybe 10 or 15?


Give it two weeks, they'll be coming.

And the Amero, as Nick said, has passed in the PCU. That's two American powers. Any other voters?
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| December 15, 2009, 11:17 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
The Portland government is still trying to figure out how these 3rd world countries got FOABs, and where they are getting their support. It's like a movie, but in the real world (as in, a lego group)! And Nick, your request for HAT-1s will be met, but how many do you want?

My troops will finaly get some action. I'm sending them to fight the terrorists in Peru. My four availible Eagles will preform sweeps to locate any SAMs or FOABs, and once located my HAT-1's and 2's will go rat them out.
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| December 15, 2009, 11:21 pm
I made a WIP of it because I thought that we were the only people voting.
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| December 15, 2009, 11:21 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Give it two weeks, they'll be coming.

And the Amero, as Nick said, has passed in the PCU. That's two American powers. Any other voters?

Just a note of inquiry, but will the SAP be able to receive supplementary use of the Amero for commercial purposes? The major point I'm attempting to get at is that the entire American front would be utilizing the Amero, but granted the South is a portion of the SSW it would be odd to have an absolutely divided currency system. In simplistic terms, will the South be able to utilize the Amero in small portions instead of the full use of the Oro?
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| December 15, 2009, 11:22 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Just a note of inquiry, but will the SAP be able to receive supplementary use of the Amero for commercial purposes? The major point I'm attempting to get at is that the entire American front would be utilizing the Amero, but granted the South is a portion of the SSW it would be odd to have an absolutely divided currency system. In simplistic terms, will the South be able to utilize the Amero in small portions instead of the full use of the Oro?


Hmm.... Sure, why not. Well, Texas is head of the idea, so I'll let them answer officially. But we have no objections.

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| December 15, 2009, 11:54 pm
*TV Channel ABS-CBN* Today was a special day in Manila. It is his Majesty's birthday (seriously). There was a military march held in Manila where they showed the newest of our nation's arsenal. The Indonesian Ambassador and King Tioseco talked about the trade of bolo machetes TO Indonesia. The details are classified.
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| December 16, 2009, 5:32 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Just a note of inquiry, but will the SAP be able to receive supplementary use of the Amero for commercial purposes? The major point I'm attempting to get at is that the entire American front would be utilizing the Amero, but granted the South is a portion of the SSW it would be odd to have an absolutely divided currency system. In simplistic terms, will the South be able to utilize the Amero in small portions instead of the full use of the Oro?
I suppose the SAP will be able to get the Ameros too, but we'll need the SAP to turn in their Oros unless they have government clearance by you. (ie, Ambassadors, governors, government workers soldiers ex.)

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| December 16, 2009, 8:34 am
Wait a minute... what is this Amero? Is it your new currency. The AIS has also expressed interest in this ambitious new currency program.
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| December 16, 2009, 11:10 am
It has been Officilly declared/decided, we will make a new military vehicle (Land Based or Aircraft) and as odd as it will be it will be named after my dalmation dog; Kia (pronounce: K*eye*Yah) and her name does not mean Killed In Action (Although thats the nickname I gave her). The reason I am doing this is because the dog is 9 y.o. and Dalmations live up to 10 or 11 years + she has arthritis which is expected in full breed Dalmations and she has Lymes Decease.
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| December 16, 2009, 1:12 pm
Quoting Rocky W.
Wait a minute... what is this Amero? Is it your new currency. The AIS has also expressed interest in this ambitious new currency program.

It is our projected currency.
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| December 16, 2009, 5:33 pm
Nothing happened last night after Code Red was projected. Some trucks were spotted on a gravel road heading towards our troops but a few Shastas made them turn away. Code Orange is now the level of alertness. GAF-1 strikes are still goin' on to let you know.
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| December 16, 2009, 6:21 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I suppose the SAP will be able to get the Ameros too, but we'll need the SAP to turn in their Oros unless they have government clearance by you. (ie, Ambassadors, governors, government workers soldiers ex.)

Currently, the Oro hasn't reached distribution in the SAP seeing as though its just barely reached the clearance board. So, before if is officially issued the SSW would like to issue a small amount of the Oro into the SAP granted national trade within America will be done in the Amero. So, perhaps your capital can release a small amount to the SAP in favor of the SSW granting you annual backing (most likely some sort of valued material) to continue shipping the Amero to the SAP?
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| December 16, 2009, 7:02 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Currently, the Oro hasn't reached distribution in the SAP seeing as though its just barely reached the clearance board. So, before if is officially issued the SSW would like to issue a small amount of the Oro into the SAP granted national trade within America will be done in the Amero. So, perhaps your capital can release a small amount to the SAP in favor of the SSW granting you annual backing (most likely some sort of valued material) to continue shipping the Amero to the SAP?

I suppose that will work, yes.
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| December 16, 2009, 7:33 pm
Texan officials are putting Tex-def on code yellow for certain reasons yet to be released.
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| December 16, 2009, 10:52 pm
The PCU Daily Reoprt brings some less than good news.

No casualties were taken today because tanks were driving in front, middle, and back, and some on the outside. UAVs were patrolling the airspace as well as GAF-1s so there was not any enemy air force. We saw some really old "Hueys" flying around but they weren't armed so we weren't firing. We also came over a hill and saw another town. We are going to set up shop on the said hill and the name is going to be Camp Cavity. Cavity's defenses include mortars and some Bolters. The movement into the town will begin tomorrow.
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| December 16, 2009, 10:55 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Texan officials are putting Tex-def on code yellow for certain reasons yet to be released.

<_<

Idaho will follow suit and up the Alert to Code White.
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| December 16, 2009, 11:13 pm
As NROI forces approach the last city of malaysia. the new formed Pacific Division are conducting an invansion on new guinea and beyond. probably stop on solomon Island, exactly on guadalcanal. As new guinea have small and old aircraft such as UH-1 "hueys" as scouts reported, we expected to control the local airspace in a day and with the brand new bombers, we should starting our bombing runs on military targets as soon the airspace cleared.

But today,the remote jungle had slow down our advance to 8 km a day due to heavy mud and thick jungle. so far, there are no enemy forces sighted. Else where in Capital city, Many military advisor said that the Ocenia conquest expected to end in a week. that is all for now..

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| December 17, 2009, 5:05 am
The only report given today was that when we went through that city today, the civilians were in the road cheering. This a huge marole boost and it was good to see some friendly natives. The push to PCU goes onward.
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| December 17, 2009, 7:03 pm
The (Sparkly) New F/K-19 Ki-Dog has been completed and we have already planned/begun work on a variant of the Aircraft + the variant of the C-F/A-22D Global Raptor is comming along smoothely (so far), I can't wait to unveil them both!! :D
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| December 17, 2009, 8:00 pm
Today, while some cargo trucks were bringing supplies to the troops through the town mentioned today, see civilians welcoming us, we were attacked by militia men. Three casualties were immediately taken from a C4 thrown on one of the trucks. A couple of Marines riding with the trucks in Humvees dismounted and opened fire and they started to run back to their homes or just hide.
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| December 17, 2009, 10:12 pm
It appears that a new man has sdteppe up, a certain Sam Nineham, and claimed Nevada for his own. Every day America is getting split up more and more. This cannot be tolerated by us major governments so Texas will be taking action. With the consent of the PCU, Texas will basically surround Nevada with a small invasion force and demand diplomatic negotiations with Mr. Nineham. Troops are leaving for Nevada tonight. Mr. Nineham if you don not respond within by tomorrow at noon your homeland will be invaded.
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| December 18, 2009, 7:04 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Ryan Blackout
Pacific Division


The who? This name is extremely close to our own, this could cause... problems...
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| December 18, 2009, 7:11 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
It appears that a new man has sdteppe up, a certain Sam Nineham, and claimed Nevada for his own. Every day America is getting split up more and more. This cannot be tolerated by us major governments so Texas will be taking action. With the consent of the PCU, Texas will basically surround Nevada with a small invasion force and demand diplomatic negotiations with Mr. Nineham. Troops are leaving for Nevada tonight. Mr. Nineham if you don not respond within by tomorrow at noon your homeland will be invaded.

Will Texas take over Nevada? Is Texas ever going to rejoin America? Will America EVER be completely reunited? Find out on the next exiting episode of RA-CAS-UEN...
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| December 18, 2009, 7:17 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

The who? This name is extremely close to our own, this could cause... problems...

Problems that can be solved with Texas' help perhaps?
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| December 18, 2009, 7:27 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Nick Shelton
As the only Governator online, I will stick with Awe's saying about the Oro crisis and say that nothing will change.


What is the basis of the Amero? Since Alaska's primary export is oil, which is bought and sold in US dollars, it seems in our best interests to maintain the dollar: however, if the international markets were to select a more modern currency for oil we may be interested.
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| December 18, 2009, 8:41 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
It appears that a new man has sdteppe up, a certain Sam Nineham, and claimed Nevada for his own. Every day America is getting split up more and more. This cannot be tolerated by us major governments so Texas will be taking action. With the consent of the PCU, Texas will basically surround Nevada with a small invasion force and demand diplomatic negotiations with Mr. Nineham. Troops are leaving for Nevada tonight. Mr. Nineham if you don not respond within by tomorrow at noon your homeland will be invaded.

As a member of the PCU, I am with any attempt to reunite America. I approve. I am also willing to assist in the assult in any way I can (However small my armed forces may be). Would you be willing to accept some help?
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| December 18, 2009, 8:57 pm
Quoting Sammy Harris
As a member of the PCU, I am with any attempt to reunite America. I approve. I am also willing to assist in the assult in any way I can (However small my armed forces may be). Would you be willing to accept some help?

I accept your offer, but may I ask, to whom will the land belong after it is conquered?
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| December 18, 2009, 9:14 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I accept your offer, but may I ask, to whom will the land belong after it is conquered?

Sense you're most likely sending more troops then I can offer, it would only be fair that it went to you, although I would like at least a small fraction of the spoils; be it resourses or an incredibly small sliver of land.
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| December 18, 2009, 9:21 pm
Quoting Sammy Harris
Sense you're most likely sending more troops then I can offer, it would only be fair that it went to you, although I would like at least a small fraction of the spoils; be it resourses or an incredibly small sliver of land.

How about all the revenue from the casinos and half the state revenue.
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| December 18, 2009, 9:32 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
How about all the revenue from the casinos and half the state revenue.

With the kind of money Sin City makes, you got yourself a deal. 4 Eagles are en route, and should be there in a matter of hours. Ground support in the form of HAT-1s and 2s will be sent from Hawaii, and be there in three days for back-up.
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| December 18, 2009, 9:43 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

The who? This name is extremely close to our own, this could cause... problems...

Dont worry, its just a name. Pacific division only consist of marines and
Its necessary component to invade ocenia. If you find it unpleasant, i could change it to Ocenia division or another name..

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| December 18, 2009, 9:45 pm
Quoting Sammy Harris
With the kind of money Sin City makes, you got yourself a deal. 4 Eagles are en route, and should be there in a matter of hours. Ground support in the form of HAT-1s and 2s will be sent from Hawaii, and be there in three days for back-up.

Don't invade just yet. He needs time to respond. Keep your units on standby.
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| December 18, 2009, 10:01 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Dont worry, its just a name. Pacific division only consist of marines and
Its necessary component to invade ocenia. If you find it unpleasant, i could change it to Ocenia division or another name..


No, it's fine, I just wanted to know what it was. Making sure you didn't re-name your country after mine or something insane. Or make fun if our conquering tenancies and call us dividers rather than uniters, which is actually kinda funny to me.
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| December 18, 2009, 10:11 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Don't invade just yet. He needs time to respond. Keep your units on standby.

By your command.
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| December 18, 2009, 10:12 pm
 Group admin 
...and it might be prudent to check his orientation politically. This might be more of a political battle then a military conquest.
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| December 18, 2009, 10:17 pm
Quoting Michael Ford
...and it might be prudent to check his orientation politically. This might be more of a political battle then a military conquest.

If you're reffering to me and/or Tedious, Nevada ain't an ally, and he took Gus' land to start. I'm showng Hawaii's ability to show action without being ordered about by the rest of the PCU. He took our land, I'm making sure it's back in allied hands.
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| December 18, 2009, 10:29 pm
Please watch out for installation 51 (Groom Lake) as it remains my territory. I'm on the border, and I am neutral for the time being.
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| December 18, 2009, 11:09 pm
Quoting Michael Ford
...and it might be prudent to check his orientation politically. This might be more of a political battle then a military conquest.

Well actually, he's not very active and he just joined for the heck of it so, his political orientation wont matter.
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| December 18, 2009, 11:41 pm
i think the times almost up for mr sam nineham for negotiations..

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| December 19, 2009, 10:59 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout
i think the times almost up for mr sam nineham for negotiations..

I'm going on Texas time and being nice.
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| December 19, 2009, 11:33 am
The''Chimera'' bombers perfomed their first duty very well on bombing enemy weapon arsenal. Using their FAB, there was fireworks lasting for about 2 hours. They also wiped out many enemy guerilla fighter in thick jungle of guinea...

In case you never heard it,Chimera bomber page:
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/172701


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| December 19, 2009, 11:39 am
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I'm going on Texas time and being nice.


But before all of that,
do you think its necessary to put Nineham out of action? Im remember that Gus dont mind about the teritory..

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| December 19, 2009, 11:50 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout

But before all of that,
do you think its necessary to put Nineham out of action? Im remember that Gus dont mind about the teritory..

Quite frankly I do think it is necessary for the welfare of America. If we ever wish to have America reunited then it must be stable, just like the good Doctor said.
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| December 19, 2009, 11:52 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Brendan Dore
I thought you were busy with flying school or whatever you called it...


Yah, that's why I haven't been on in weeks...

I'm not giving a yea or nay to the operation, just advocating that we do this with the least possible damage to America.

At present it looks as though a swift military occupation may be the most prudent option, since he hasn't showed up to give any sort of clarification as to what he'll do. I think with some special forces in government buildings and some tanks just for show, the general populace will give in without a fight.
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| December 19, 2009, 1:23 pm
Quoting Michael Ford

Yah, that's why I haven't been on in weeks...

I'm not giving a yea or nay to the operation, just advocating that we do this with the least possible damage to America.

At present it looks as though a swift military occupation may be the most prudent option, since he hasn't showed up to give any sort of clarification as to what he'll do. I think with some special forces in government buildings and some tanks just for show, the general populace will give in without a fight.

Texas isn't signaling the attack yet though. We have a secret project that is having some technical difficulties as of late. But it should be ready for the assault.
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| December 19, 2009, 3:28 pm
It is now 3:21 Texas time and still no response. (I even commented on is page) The secret project that was sent to Nevada has been unveiled and is undergoing mass production. The invasion of Nevada commences now.
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| December 19, 2009, 4:22 pm
Since I am eager to be involved in this, I am going to send 10 LAH-1s to provide air support for Texas and some 5 GAF-1s to air-strike Carson City if needed. If not needed, they will simply attack tanks and other craft.


In Peru, we lost 17 men when some rebels engaged the PCU Marines some 1.5 miles from the coast. Immediate air support was summoned and we lost a jet in that attack. Some technicals were firing on the troops but one armed with a AT4-HS blew 'em up. Yay PCU!
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| December 19, 2009, 6:49 pm
The secret project that was sent to Nevada is now ready and the real fighting will begin shortly, ahem if we can get a conflict moderator in I'm ready for some war.
It has come to my attention that the secret project wasn't even specified in my previous comment. Here goes:
The new MBT of the Republic of Texas Army Corp has been released. The M35 H-MAAC is an 85 ton heavy tank built for urban/desert/jungle warfare. It may go on sale later this week. (Preferably before Christmas)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/the_domain_of_awesome/4197678169/
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| December 19, 2009, 7:06 pm
I'm still neutral, and simply planning and building for the war in South America. My opinion on the matter is that Sam had hopped on the bandwagon and just didn't realize what's going on fully. Also I think that Texas is a bit anxious to take land. A good and bad thing, as he is our ally, but Sam wasn't against us either.
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| December 19, 2009, 8:30 pm
Is the Peruvian Armed Forces with us or against us? I hope they are because we saw some F-16 Fighting Falcons flying over the hilss today and we wanted to shoot them but didn't know. Or at least I didn't.
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| December 19, 2009, 8:57 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
It is now 3:21 Texas time and still no response. (I even commented on is page) The secret project that was sent to Nevada has been unveiled and is undergoing mass production. The invasion of Nevada commences now.

The waiting IF-5s have begun bombing runs, and a nearby 250 soldiers (who have just wrapped up the multi-month long training I ordered a LONG time ago) will arive latter tonight, and the HATs will be arriving early Monday.
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| December 19, 2009, 9:29 pm
Since Sammy has pretty much initiated the war, I will begin bombing runs as well. The bombs dropped will include JDAMs and some AGM-158 JASSMs. Airstrikes and bombing runs begin at 11pm. Manta bombers will start to drop the LDMs at 10pm at government targets near the Idaho/Nevada border. Let's have a good battle.
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| December 19, 2009, 11:09 pm
The latest news report has reported that Peruvian Rebels have acquired some mortars and a copius amount of shells and holed up in some hills around the valley we are currently moving through. As it is only about 3.5 miles from the last town passed, we aren't listing it as a heavy one. Tanks are starting to fire rounds at the tops but it seems they have built tunnels and some crude bunkers. HAH-1s will airdrop some paratroopers later tonight around 1 pm. In the mean time, Manta bombers will drop LDMs on the tops and try to flush the rebels out. Plus, Bolters will be firing towards the middle and try to find any roads that may lead to the top.
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| December 19, 2009, 11:37 pm
Quoting Gus Indo
I'm still neutral, and simply planning and building for the war in South America. My opinion on the matter is that Sam had hopped on the bandwagon and just didn't realize what's going on fully. Also I think that Texas is a bit anxious to take land. A good and bad thing, as he is our ally, but Sam wasn't against us either.

You fool, learn the meaning of the word before you go throwing it around. Anxious means you have anxiety over the subject, and I believe I have no anxiety about taking out another pesky little kid hopping on the RA-CAS-UEN bandwagon and then forgetting about it. You just listen now, God isn't making any more land in this world and the PCU could probably benefit by having Texas as a neighbor. But this doesn't mean I'm some evil power hungry warmonger trying to steal land. I want to reunite America and stabilize it and there is no way in h--- that will happen if I listen to annoying kids trying to boss me around. Remember like Abraham Lincoln said, a house divided cannot stand.

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| December 20, 2009, 12:03 am
Quoting Sammy Harris
The waiting IF-5s have begun bombing runs, and a nearby 250 soldiers (who have just wrapped up the multi-month long training I ordered a LONG time ago) will arive latter tonight, and the HATs will be arriving early Monday.

We don't want that much damage. Hold up cowboy.
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| December 20, 2009, 12:15 am
Guess the little Nineham dont really care of his role in the group or maybe he in vacation so he didnt know that his homeland are invaded..

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| December 20, 2009, 1:00 am
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
We don't want that much damage. Hold up cowboy.

Very well, Eagles will now be swapping tactics from bombing to providing reconnaissance for ground troops.
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| December 20, 2009, 10:26 am
My bombing has just destroyed any crops that exist in the northern region. No government targets were destroyed because we realized that the citizens are innocent, the leader isn't.
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| December 20, 2009, 11:38 am
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