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International Conversation Forum Pt. XXII
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The other is full, but here are some highlights:

-The US factions are attempting to re-unite the western continental US.

-The wars in S. America still continue.

And some other stuff I don't care to mention or I forgot about.
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| December 20, 2009, 12:15 pm
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Sorry for my prolonged absence. I'll have to blame it on the tools I use this time.

Anyhow, the war in Argentina has experienced no further development aside from the occasional pockets of resistance as the joint forces in the north attempt to subdue the nearing cities that cross the path south. It's apparent all factions in this war will be attempting a counter-offensive quite shortly. No further news is available on that note.

In other news, the SSW will be discharging a number near 8,000 military individuals. Most of these men and women have be wounded in combat and should be receiving homestead care for the rest of their days granted their injuries may cause further harm in the long run. However, a better deal of the discharged militants will be released upon the basis of setting the ground work for the new Federal Law Enforcement. The FLE is the recently branded force that will replace the multi-factional police forces in the SSW with a de facto force that can operate in all borders of the SSW. By March of next year, the FLE will be fully operational.
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| December 20, 2009, 12:22 pm
Peruvian mortar fire continued through the night and ended around 3 a.m. this morning. HAH-1s dropped the Special Operation teams and we flushed out one hill and the other one was evacuated by a truck. So far we have teams sweeping the hills and XUV-1s are trying to coordinate missle strikes with each other so we don't end up firing 18 missles at the smae thing.
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| December 20, 2009, 12:23 pm
We have decided to use the Mariana Islands as the Pacific Base for the PCU forces. Base construction will begin tomorrow and the base will take up three islands near the northern tip of the islands. The base should be operational near March of 2010 and will be able to build ships and launch them by July.
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| December 20, 2009, 12:30 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
We have decided to use the Mariana Islands as the Pacific Base for the PCU forces. Base construction will begin tomorrow and the base will take up three islands near the northern tip of the islands. The base should be operational near March of 2010 and will be able to build ships and launch them by July.

Uhhh I don't mean to seem like a pain or anything but in this group, ts the year 2035.
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| December 20, 2009, 12:34 pm
^I said it would be operational by March 2010. If I was to be correct I would say 2036 but I wanted to actually tell you the real-life time.
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| December 20, 2009, 12:55 pm
We of the PCU have discussed the underground base idea too, so don't rule out that. Of course, we are going to make it realistic.
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| December 20, 2009, 1:05 pm
The few times we ever discussed it we just said that we should make a Underground Base that could hold some vehicles and maybe make them and also be like the White House, but entirely underground.
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| December 20, 2009, 1:13 pm
Idaho Officials have officially made the MCR the official weapon of the Idaho Army and the Air Force.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4200143523/

The Marines and Navy will continue to use this weapon and the Idaho Army is coming soon.
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| December 20, 2009, 1:26 pm
Out of the remaining 24,350 men in the Idaho Marines, we are going to take out 15,000 men and officially make the Army of Idaho. The Marines will make the landings and the Army will do the rest. The remaining 9,350 men of the PCU Marines are now going to retreat towards the coast and land in Lima. We need two fronts now. I estimate the Marines will arrive in Lima by Christmas.
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| December 20, 2009, 1:30 pm
The MCR in all of its glory.


Stock-http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4200143523/

Sniper-http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4198520481/in/photostream/

Shotgun-http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4200067401/in/photostream/

Tactical-http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4199288920/in/photostream/

The sniper version will be used by all branches of the Idaho Military as well as the police and SWAT teams.
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| December 20, 2009, 1:49 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Ah, my apologies. I thought he was questioning the use of a "base" in the whole Dave Smith fashion that we all just loved so much.

No just pointing out the RA-CAS-UEN timeline, I wouldn't question anyones bases.
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| December 20, 2009, 1:50 pm
The Army of Idaho has marched up the last hill and is now currently engaged with some resistance fighters who just won't surrender.

In other news, the MAH-1 is now the official helicopter of the Idaho Navy and the HAH-1 is for the other branches. When the MRH-1 comes out and joins the Idaho Armed Forces, it will replace all of these.

In other news, the Idaho Government Guard has adopted the MCR as the official weapon of choice.
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| December 20, 2009, 3:22 pm
Seems as though everyone is showing off their weaponry, so this is the State of Hawaii's newest assult rifle system, the M-TAR (no relation to the Tavor):
http://www.flickr.com/photos/daleksam/4200483173/
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| December 20, 2009, 3:26 pm
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The Oregon/Washington gun is better: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4177743201/
It's even called the cool gun! And don't make me post the flame thrower attachment.

And what's this of bombing Nevada? It's a frakkin' American state! We don't bomb our own states! I liked Michael's idea (I think it was) of just sending in some forces and special ops taking out the leader.

Anyways, in answer to your question about Peru, Nick, most of the Peruvian air force is with us, but there are some rebel fighters. From what we gather, they're striking from the Peruvian Amazon, or maybe even Brazil. The ground strikes continue to happen, mostly small little skirmishes or IED's going off. There have been more civilian deaths than military, but only by a small margin. The northern coast is mostly secure, but everywhere else, it's unpredictable. A plan is in mind to just advance in two waves through the nation, one from the south, one from the north, to weed out resistance and push them to one point. This plan has yet to be fully thought up of, though.
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| December 20, 2009, 3:59 pm
^I like that plan. I am also securing the north through casualties and brute force. The Army of Idaho just took the last hill with a grand total of 38 casualties throughout this Hill Offensive. The plan now is to keep moving east and north and keep weeding the rebels out.

The Idaho Air Force has been given orders to down any planes that interfer with the battles of Idaho. That includes any Peruvian Air Force planes. You will be downed if you interfer or if you don't use your FoF.
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| December 20, 2009, 4:37 pm
There is a problem in The Pacific, We're losing Guadalcanal by some sort of unknown terrorist faction. The (fictional) Missus is really pissed at me for fighting along my own men so that's why we got our butts kicked.

-Tioseco Out!
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| December 21, 2009, 5:47 am
Quoting Sammy Harris
Seems as though everyone is showing off their weaponry, so this is the State of Hawaii's newest assult rifle system, the M-TAR (no relation to the Tavor):
http://www.flickr.com/photos/daleksam/4200483173/

Got this from "pimp my gun" didn't ya!?
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| December 21, 2009, 5:49 am
Quoting Brian Tioseco
There is a problem in The Pacific, We're losing Guadalcanal by some sort of unknown terrorist faction. The (fictional) Missus is really pissed at me for fighting along my own men so that's why we got our butts kicked.

-Tioseco Out!


If you like, im invading Oceania now and it will stop on guadalcanal. Maybe i would assist you in eliminating those terrorist..

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| December 21, 2009, 9:32 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout

If you like, im invading Oceania now and it will stop on guadalcanal. Maybe i would assist you in eliminating those terrorist..

Maraming Salamat Po. I have many thanks. We need get Guadalcanal. BTW, would you like to join the Manila-Pact? Because The Philippines is no longer communist (2015-2035), The Pact became bigger because of the succession of state.
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| December 21, 2009, 9:39 am
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As of 0924 hours on the day of December 21st the Argentine War has ended with the demolition of the faulty rebel regime of North Argentina. Because of this resolute, Argentina has been unified under the SSW government and is now noticed as wholesome country once more.

Now, all of this isn't to say there is still no resistance. Pockets of excommunicated areas have not been notified of the enemy's surrender and are still combating Dutch forces. By end-week, Argentina should be on the road to reconstruction.

Moving along, the contract for a medium-role gunship has been recognized by the SSW with promising results already about. Although the LCG is well-suited for primary assault and a bit of urban CAS, it just cannot reach the standard payload needed. The current contract will be a craft similar to the AAUC already in service. No further news has been issued.
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| December 21, 2009, 12:03 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
As of 0924 hours on the day of December 21st the Argentine War has ended with the demolition of the faulty rebel regime of North Argentina. Because of this resolute, Argentina has been unified under the SSW government and is now noticed as wholesome country once more.

Now, all of this isn't to say there is still no resistance. Pockets of excommunicated areas have not been notified of the enemy's surrender and are still combating Dutch forces. By end-week, Argentina should be on the road to reconstruction.

Moving along, the contract for a medium-role gunship has been recognized by the SSW with promising results already about. Although the LCG is well-suited for primary assault and a bit of urban CAS, it just cannot reach the standard payload needed. The current contract will be a craft similar to the AAUC already in service. No further news has been issued.

Hey doctor, would you please moderating the air battles in the 2035 International Aerospace Olympics?
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| December 21, 2009, 1:48 pm
Some important news:

Previously, Prusso-Egypt has... moderated, let's say, the media, particularly the news. This has never been good for our image.

However, my school friends proposed probably the best idea I've heard all year- why not just make the media non-profit? Genius.

So, the Bureau of Technocrats approved it, and required not only the news, but insurance companies, banks, and other important things to be non-profit. These firms will still receive income, however; they'll just use it for their organization's minimal needs and then give the rest to either charity, the government, or back to the people in some other creative way.

Also, Kaiser Pharaoh Timekh I, the emperor of Prusso-Egypt, has a new funny hat. I hope to post him and some other minifigs sometime soon... when I get around to it... when my brain is once more functional after being fried from studying for end of semester final exams...
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| December 21, 2009, 2:01 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

If you like, im invading Oceania now and it will stop on guadalcanal. Maybe i would assist you in eliminating those terrorist..


Hey, before you go on a PCU-style grand crusade, just beware, I think we have some holdings in Oceania. I know we have the Marshall islands, Mariana islands, Johnston Atoll, and a few others. Nick has the whole list, but be careful not to invade our territories out there, or else bad things will happen between our relations.
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| December 21, 2009, 3:01 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Hey doctor, would you please moderating the air battles in the 2035 International Aerospace Olympics?

I'm afraid I cannot due to present technological errors that seem to be arousing my distaste for the human dependency on contemporary technologies . . . Presently, I have to utilize another computer system that is much slower than my own. Thus, I'll be greatly absent over the course of the next few days with of course the occasional synopsis of SSW activity. Sorry.
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| December 21, 2009, 4:08 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
The Oregon/Washington gun is better: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4177743201/
It's even called the cool gun! And don't make me post the flame thrower attachment.

And what's this of bombing Nevada? It's a frakkin' American state! We don't bomb our own states! I liked Michael's idea (I think it was) of just sending in some forces and special ops taking out the leader.

Anyways, in answer to your question about Peru, Nick, most of the Peruvian air force is with us, but there are some rebel fighters. From what we gather, they're striking from the Peruvian Amazon, or maybe even Brazil. The ground strikes continue to happen, mostly small little skirmishes or IED's going off. There have been more civilian deaths than military, but only by a small margin. The northern coast is mostly secure, but everywhere else, it's unpredictable. A plan is in mind to just advance in two waves through the nation, one from the south, one from the north, to weed out resistance and push them to one point. This plan has yet to be fully thought up of, though.

Hey, It was all Sammy and Shelton. I did send special forces. And once we get some moderation *ahem* then Nevada will hopefully be mine. I really actually said "Hold up there cowboy!"
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| December 21, 2009, 4:27 pm
I would now like to ask of Sammy that his bombers refrain from destroying any more cities until we get moderation. Because I and the head Governator do not approve of the killing of Americans like this. For crying out loud I said I was trying to reunite this country.
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| December 21, 2009, 4:33 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I would now like to ask of Sammy that his bombers refrain from destroying any more cities until we get moderation. Because I and the head Governator do not approve of the killing of Americans like this. For crying out loud I said I was trying to reunite this country.

I guess I didn't specify I was only bombing military instalations, but my planes are now providing recon.
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| December 21, 2009, 4:49 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
Time to step in and do some moderating of this Nevada Conflict. Presently, the deployed units from American nations have faced very little resistance, as expected, and have in many cases found help from the locals. Locals in the areas of the conflict have risen up against Nevadas government in favor of the incoming American nations.
The armed forces of Nevada have been dissolving and deserting in the face of incoming superior forces. Combat is expected to become less and less frequent as the American nations push their way through Nevada from both sides.
So far, around 55-60 miles or land have been unified on each side of Nevada and this number is expected to increase regularly with the help of the local population in cooperating with the incoming military.
All in all, Nevada is estimated to be taken completely within a week. Resistance after the conflict is over will be nonexistent, as the civilians are already clearly content with the intentions of the incoming militaries.


So, I guess we'll take the western portions, and you'll take the eastern portions, Texas? Or do we return the state to RA direct control?
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| December 21, 2009, 5:31 pm
The Army of Idaho have reached the official start of the Andes in Peru. We aren't going to attempt to climb them. So we are now going to move down them towards the south and hoipefully airdrop Paratroops into the other side.

Over the night, hit and run tactics used by the rebels seemed to be hit and miss. In some camps, there was many casualties, but in others, there were none. GAF-1 counterstrikes have defended the base well from attack as well.

On a side note. Ryan, you touch my land, and I will severly hurt you.
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| December 21, 2009, 9:45 pm

Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

So, I guess we'll take the western portions, and you'll take the eastern portions, Texas? Or do we return the state to RA direct control?

I believe I made an agreement with Sammy to give 100% of the gambling revenue and 25% of the state revenue. Now unless PCU forces aid in the assault the deal will stay the same but we pretty much have things under control.
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| December 21, 2009, 11:29 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I believe I made an agreement with Sammy to give 100% of the gambling revenue and 25% of the state revenue. Now unless PCU forces aid in the assault the deal will stay the same but we pretty much have things under control.


Can do...

Now, how to make this post useful?

South America is the same. Engineers at OAAE/OEAA whatever it's called, they're up to no good as usual... Yea. Not much going on. The Governator of Oregon is sick, so he's just taking it easy.
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| December 21, 2009, 11:50 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Hey, before you go on a PCU-style grand crusade, just beware, I think we have some holdings in Oceania. I know we have the Marshall islands, Mariana islands, Johnston Atoll, and a few others. Nick has the whole list, but be careful not to invade our territories out there, or else bad things will happen between our relations.


Then you better give me those list before those island get invaded by accident for the sake of our relationship . But keep in mind that i only invade part of Oceania. My main objective was to take New guinea and solomon island and then extend the teritory south to new caledonia and east to vanuatu and tuwamu. your parts are far north from our objective..
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| December 21, 2009, 11:58 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

Then you better give me those list before those island get invaded by accident for the sake of our relationship . But keep in mind that i only invade part of Oceania. My main objective was to take New guinea and solomon island and then extend the teritory south to new caledonia and east to vanuatu and tuwamu. your parts are far north from our objective..


Imma dig through gmail.. I know the list is around here somewhere.

Well, after ten minutes of searching for various terms, I can't find it. I know Nick has it though. We'll need to wait for him to log on tomorrow to give it to us. Too bad he just went to bed...

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| December 22, 2009, 12:31 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Imma dig through gmail.. I know the list is around here somewhere.

Well, after ten minutes of searching for various terms, I can't find it. I know Nick has it though. We'll need to wait for him to log on tomorrow to give it to us. Too bad he just went to bed...


Just to remember, that my forces had complete control and now advancing to solomon island. ETA 4 hours. If you have a tiny or even micro islands in Solomon, informe me immediately. My convoy will start its bombardment as soon in attacking range and lets hope the shells dont hit any of your belongings..


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| December 22, 2009, 2:17 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

Just to remember, that my forces had complete control and now advancing to solomon island. ETA 4 hours. If you have a tiny or even micro islands in Solomon, informe me immediately. My convoy will start its bombardment as soon in attacking range and lets hope the shells dont hit any of your belongings..



I think Solomon was on Nick's hit list back in September, but we have nothing there. Just be sure to alert us to your next island takeover, because names might spur my memory.
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| December 22, 2009, 3:18 am
The AIS is sending a troop surge of 3000 to aid in Peru. 1000 will be sent to Lima to take orders from the PCU, the other 2000 will be sent to Easter Island for takeover. The troops will be sent along with 30 AH-72s, 10 of which will remain in Lima, the other 20 will go with the assault force on Easter Island. The initial surge is expected to be completed in 3 hours, the Easter Island invasion is expected ot finish three and a half hours after that.
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| December 22, 2009, 3:35 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
The PCU always is fighting, isn't it?

Brendan Dore is always goofing isn't it?
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| December 22, 2009, 5:41 pm
To Blackout: I was pushing to take over Solomon but was told to stop colonzing, Awe, so I did not have it. The complete list is: Johnston Atoll, Hawaii, and the Mariana Islands.
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| December 22, 2009, 5:44 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
To Blackout: I was pushing to take over Solomon but was told to stop colonzing, Awe, so I did not have it. The complete list is: Johnston Atoll, Hawaii, and the Mariana Islands.


I swear we had the Marshall islands too...
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| December 22, 2009, 6:39 pm
The AIS troop surge has indeed completed right on schedule. 1000 Troops are awaiting PCU orders in Lima. The other 2000 troops have already secured the beachhead of Easter Island, and are up against light enemy resistance. So far only seventeen casualties have occured on Easter island. AH-72s are bombarding the enemy bunkers on the mainland.
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| December 22, 2009, 6:54 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
To Blackout: I was pushing to take over Solomon but was told to stop colonzing, Awe, so I did not have it. The complete list is: Johnston Atoll, Hawaii, and the Mariana Islands.


You sure thats All? Anyone else want to submit their list of tiny island on Oceania? If not i'll start the bombardment over objective island now.. since nobody have any belongings in the Oceania, i'll enlarge the teritory to nauru to north ,kiribati to east and tokelau to the south
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| December 22, 2009, 9:52 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The other is full, but here are some highlights:

-The US factions are attempting to re-unite the western continental US.



Great news has come up. If Texas can win the wars in Nevada and S. America then a vote will be called. Amongst all RA-CAS-UEN members. I need you to act as voters to vote weather or not Texas should join the RA. I will not go by majority rules, but I need feedback. Is Texas doing okay as a "Lone Star" or not?
I will tell you when I need a vote.
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| December 22, 2009, 10:16 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx

Great news has come up. If Texas can win the wars in Nevada and S. America then a vote will be called. Amongst all RA-CAS-UEN members. I need you to act as voters to vote weather or not Texas should join the RA. I will not go by majority rules, but I need feedback. Is Texas doing okay as a "Lone Star" or not?
I will tell you when I need a vote.


You're doing fine as a lone star, but I think you'd do finer amongst us.

And yes, things are the same in South America.
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| December 22, 2009, 10:26 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I swear we had the Marshall islands too...

Oh yes! We od have those. I was going to sneak in the Caroline Islands and say we owned it but I just knew that Mr. Spon would pounce.
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| December 22, 2009, 11:41 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Quoting Nick Shelton
Brendan Dore is always goofing isn't it?

I'm pretty sure I'm a human, not an it.

No, you're CAS. Not RA. That makes you un-human. =P
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| December 22, 2009, 11:42 pm
In Peru, the last of of the enemy forces near the Hill of the Angels near the Andes have been flushed out. We are bombarding the top with some very light bombs so as not to cause much collateral damage. Rebel trucks haven't left so we are wary of a FOAB.
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| December 22, 2009, 11:44 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
No, you're CAS. Not RA. That makes you un-human. =P

I AM IRON MAN!!!! =D
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| December 23, 2009, 12:27 am
Okay, givin some problems with territories it has been pointed out that I do not control some Canadian Provinces so therefore I am launching an invasion on the following locations (not in order of attack);

Baffin Island
British Columbia
Labrador
Newfoundland
Quebec

All I need now are the conflict mediators to well moderate this invasion..
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| December 23, 2009, 12:31 am
^Ssshhh.
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| December 23, 2009, 9:50 am
Quoting Rocky W.
The AIS troop surge has indeed completed right on schedule. 1000 Troops are awaiting PCU orders in Lima. The other 2000 troops have already secured the beachhead of Easter Island, and are up against light enemy resistance. So far only seventeen casualties have occured on Easter island. AH-72s are bombarding the enemy bunkers on the mainland.

The assault of Easter Island has indeed finished on schedule, at 2300 Hours last night the final enemy forces were defeated.
AIS Casualties: 57, 1 AH-72
Enemy Casualties: Est. 1000, at least 11 Tanks, 4 Helicopters, 1 Jet Fighter
150 Soldiers have been left on Easter Island along with 2 AH-72s, the rest of the troops and helicopters have gone to the mainland at Lima to regroup with my other forces, under orders from the PCU.
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| December 23, 2009, 11:10 am
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Quoting Nick Shelton
I was going to sneak in the Caroline Islands and say we owned it but I just knew that Mr. Spon would pounce.

>_>

Moving along, the SSW will begin withdrawing a small amount of its engineers from North Poland (as dubbed by Swiss officials). These engineers being withdrawn will head towards Argentina for reconstruction of some more devastating collateral damage sustain by enemy militants. No fear, Prussia, you'll still have a majority of what I promised to you.

On another note, the SSW is leading for another MBT and will simply be dubbed the Mk.II of the AMBT. This time, the AMBT will be given a 130mm cannon stolen from our Ukrainian neighbors (almost wanted to say allies) for maximum destructive force.

Aside from all this hustle of beyond-the-stead works in progress, the SSW will begin settling down a bit in the European chapter of its homestead to allow the majority of the taxpayers to recuperate from all the stress and mischief their government has put them through. Lots of trade is what we're looking for.
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| December 23, 2009, 11:33 am
The AIS forces have been moved from Lima to Angel Hill to assist in Shelton's finishing up of the enemy forces. 2793 troops, plus 27 AH-72s have met up with Shelton's forces, awaiting orders.
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| December 23, 2009, 12:16 pm
Thanks Rocky! Those helicopters will now move on to Tantalus Hill to soften up the defensives.

Idaho Armed Forces have officially taken Angel Hill by planting the PCU Flag on top. The fact that it was almost immediately shot down by mortars is not mentioned. GAF-1s are starting to drop AGMS-1s on the summit of Tantalus so as to help out the helicopters of Rocky.

In Oceania, Idaho is going to launch the invasion of Caroline Islands with some troops I have stationed at the Marshall Isalnds. Not to much, only 1,500 troops and some 26 GAF-1s. They will land via airdrop from a C-5 tonight around midnight.
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| December 23, 2009, 12:29 pm
Quoting Thomas N
British Columbia is PCU. Good luck with that.

Hmm in that case I'll leave British Columbia alonethen since I have nothing agains the PCU
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| December 23, 2009, 12:45 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
Okay, givin some problems with territories it has been pointed out that I do not control some Canadian Provinces so therefore I am launching an invasion on the following locations (not in order of attack);

Baffin Island
British Columbia
Labrador
Newfoundland
Quebec

All I need now are the conflict mediators to well moderate this invasion..

My good friend, I wish to aid you in this invasion! I always support Nova Scotian expansion!

BTW, it would be AWESOME if you were to someday rename your country the Osean Federation. You're already so much like it... you even have Sand Island.
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| December 23, 2009, 2:05 pm
Quoting Thomas N
My friend Maxime hasn't been heard from for almost the past month. This troubles me. He is supposed to have an aircraft carrier in the works, and I also have plans I need to run by him, as he is the supreme commander of the Navy.

Other than that, I have no news recently. all militarial developmednt projects have been finished. I really have nothing more to report.

Why don't you make some political or cultural posts like me(occasionally) for a change? I think everyone focuses a little too much on military here...
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| December 23, 2009, 2:08 pm
To fill in the tank buster role for our military, Idaho Labs is going to build a plane similar to the A-10 Thunderbolt II. I think it will be beast. Work will begin after Chrstmas.
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| December 23, 2009, 2:23 pm
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Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
Hmm in that case I'll leave British Columbia alonethen since I have nothing agains the PCU


That's a very good choice.

Anyways, to make Cliffe happy, a little bit about the holidays in Portland. The big-arse tree in Pioneer square was put up some time ago, and everyone is in the holiday spirit.

Yup. Nothing unusual going on. To our men in South America: too bad you aren't here, but we have colonial/imperialist ambitions, just like everyone else.
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| December 23, 2009, 3:28 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

That's a very good choice.


Yea I forgot that B.C. Was under foreign rule...
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| December 23, 2009, 6:04 pm
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Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle

Yea I forgot that B.C. Was under foreign rule...

Just thought I'd quote you to congratulate your accomplishment of quoting another person correctly. ;-p
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| December 23, 2009, 6:15 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Why don't you make some political or cultural posts like me(occasionally) for a change? I think everyone focuses a little too much on military here...

Well. There are some controversial things going on in Texas. Global warming has been debunked by all of our officials and top scientists and it is illegal to hold protests about it. We used a certain computer program created by Rick Larson to prove the star of Bethlehem. (It's already been done. It's an interesting documentary too.) I don't want to start a fight so den't reply if it offends you.
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| December 23, 2009, 6:27 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
My good friend, I wish to aid you in this invasion! I always support Nova Scotian expansion!

Excellent, I welcome any assistance you can give me, besides those Provinces aren't living up their potential and the leader has NOT been active in at least two months.

Another problem that has also arisen Conner Mulders is a new member that is now laying claim to some territory that is under my jurisdiction I have givin him a warning if he persists to say that my territory his his I'll have now choose but to take action, it may not be a favored way to do it bit it might be our only alternative...
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| December 23, 2009, 6:38 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Well. There are some controversial things going on in Texas. Global warming has been debunked by all of our officials and top scientists and it is illegal to hold protests about it. We used a certain computer program created by Rick Larson to prove the star of Bethlehem. (It's already been done. It's an interesting documentary too.) I don't want to start a fight so den't reply if it offends you.


<Insert rant in the style of a communist d-bag who makes atheists look bad who is in my philosophy class>

In the PCU, at least Oregon-Washington, we've got plenty of nationalism, propoganda, you name it. It's like stepping back into WWII, posters all over. If anyone gets foolish and invades, they're going to be fighting just about every single person in the land, except mabye the commie d-bags like the one mentioned above. You see, every citizen is to be trained in basic marksmanship by the end of next year... And issued their own weapons, all in good time. Gotta crack down on crime first. Crack down hard.
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| December 23, 2009, 6:44 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great


to make Cliffe happy

Aw, how nice of you! Must be the holiday spirit, no?
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| December 23, 2009, 11:50 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great


to make Cliffe happy

Aw, how nice of you! Must be the holiday spirit, no?


Perhaps. Even the cold computers need to celebrate the holidays.
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| December 23, 2009, 11:55 pm
in Oceania conquest, NROI just finished the last terorist of guadlacanal and will return the land to Brian Tioseco. Our next objective is to take new caledonia as mentioned before and vanuatu to the east. As Idaho now invading Palau island which is part of caroline island, im putting a no fly zone between the border of NROI and Caroline. Any plane pass here will be escorted out of the teritory. Not because i dont trust Idaho, its just for safety of both nation. lately there was some unidentified aircraft passing the airspace from north east.
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| December 24, 2009, 12:21 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Just thought I'd quote you to congratulate your accomplishment of quoting another person correctly. ;-p

Thanks, I'd never thought I'd get a "congrats" on a quote I made!!
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| December 24, 2009, 12:21 am
Angel Hill is toast and Tantalus is next. Invading forces have reached said hill and have started the ascent to the top. The AH-72s sent by the AIS suffered three casualties and the LAH-1s suffered 5. What a shame.
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| December 24, 2009, 12:25 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout
in Oceania conquest, NROI just finished the last terorist of guadlacanal and will return the land to Brian Tioseco. Our next objective is to take new caledonia as mentioned before and vanuatu to the east. As Idaho now invading Palau island which is part of caroline island, im putting a no fly zone between the border of NROI and Caroline. Any plane pass here will be escorted out of the teritory. Not because i dont trust Idaho, its just for safety of both nation. lately there was some unidentified aircraft passing the airspace from north east.

Thanks Blackout. You took the intiative and made a no-fly zone AND told me which island I was going to invade. Good job indeed.

One casulaty was suffered inthe drop this morining. One paratrooper was shot with a shotgun from a bush. Not to worry, we shot them natives. The alertness there is on Code Purple. Nobody is getting hurt so we won't use force. Hopefully it remains that way.
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| December 24, 2009, 10:59 am
Oh and another thing, the M2 mingun, http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4211337176/, will now be in service in all branches of the Idaho Armed Forces. It will now be sent to all corners of Idaho's reach and be fitted on any vehicle that currently uses another gun. Helicopters too.
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| December 24, 2009, 11:01 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
As Idaho now invading Palau island which is part of caroline island, im putting a no fly zone between the border of NROI and Caroline. Any plane pass here will be escorted out of the teritory. Not because i dont trust Idaho, its just for safety of both nation.


There might be a few Washington and Oregon troops in there... Maybe. It's probably mostly Idaho though. Anyways, that no-fly zone is a good idea, because anyone foolish enough to go in it would probably be an enemy of both of us.

In Lima today, a series of bombings went off all across the city, killing a few dozen civvies and a few dozen of our soldiers. These attacks seems to be concentrating on us, and we are still investigating where they are coming from.
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| December 24, 2009, 2:30 pm
^I'm telling you. Them commies don't know when to stop.

To prevent these bombings, the Marines that arrived today, 5,000 in all, will now proceed to Lima's center, spread out, and take out any of these bombers.

Merry Christmas to the troops. After this war, I promise that they will get two months leave.
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| December 24, 2009, 3:11 pm
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The difficulties of communication within the SSW have been resolved and quotidian social behavior will resume.

The developing contract for the AMBT Mk.II has been finalized and production will stop on the Mk.Is and will be replaced with the Mk.IIs. However, because of the factory reform needed to accommodate the newer, larger beast of war, fewer units will be produced first-off. Thus, only 200 will be operational by summer of 2036.

On note of the south African companies established by the SSW, the areas purchased for the establishments have been granted sovereignty just as an aircraft carrier is sovereign territory of the represented nation. As of now, nearly 212 sq. mi. belong to the SSW government in both Botswana and Namibia.

Because of the UAE's joining of the SSW, some economic relief has been present with said state's high GDP. Still, it is known that three contemporary nations occupy the Saudi Peninsula with petroleum and other items being harvested from said area. In order to protect these assets from foreign attack, the SSW is proposing to Ukraine and Armenia a pact of commerce defense. Dubbed exactly that, the Saudi Commerce Defense Pact, the SSW is presenting a loose-trail joining of the three nations to create a common defense force and relinquishment of any current or future embargoes. Opinions are welcome and needed.
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| December 24, 2009, 5:55 pm
@SSW: Isn't UAE going under some financial woes in this day and time?
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| December 24, 2009, 8:07 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
@SSW: Isn't UAE going under some financial woes in this day and time?

In our day and age, the UAE has experienced a slight decline in progressive marketing due to the drop in value of the American Dollar. However, every nation has experienced this because the US is the hub of international commerce. Thus, by this near-future age it would have recuperated by some means. Plus, with more stability from the presence of the near Armenian empire, the UAE would most likely increase its lean towards said nation. It's just a study of economics.
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| December 24, 2009, 10:02 pm
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Although the war in Argentina is over, a civil dispute in south-central Africa may bring SSW forces into combat once more to protect its assets established in Namibia. The Angolan government has always been one of disputed fickle aspects in terms of centralization. Since its release from Portugal in 1975, guerrilla factions have been ever-present to establish themselves as the dominant force in Angola. On note of the current situation, one of these groups has attacked the northwestern portion of Namibia with brutal efficiency granted the Namibian military is not one of great establishment. This assaulting group known as FLEC has been largely growing in recent decades and has reported that they have plans to expand their financial resources further south. With all of this said, FLEC has independently declared war upon Namibia with "support" from the Angolan hierarchy. All of this is without mention of the recently declared SSW mining territory located near the combat zones. Before these establishments, an arms pact was noticed between the SSW, Namibia, and Botswana. We have to live up to it.

Negotiations will commence tomorrow near 0545 hours EST. If an agreement is not met by 1745 hours of said day, the SSW will engage all of Angola under the terms of said country dismissing any pretense of restraining an organization in their nation.
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| December 24, 2009, 11:28 pm
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It has come past my recollection that some months past when the SSW was first on the prowl of bringing itself upon par, a war prior to the recent one occurred in the Siberian area. With the same recollection, the SSW had proposed a venture/promise to Alaska for a modular vehicle platform that would withstand the weather there; however, it never got of the ground.

Now, the SSW would like to reopen that venture as a joint project between the URSA and the SSW for exactly the same vehicle. Trends seem to always stay on the popular spectrum and I'd dare say you all will step foot on that Western Frontier. If you decline, the SSW would like to swing the offer over to the CAS/Ukraine knowing that the Bear likes rest. What say you?
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| December 25, 2009, 11:40 am
Knowing that I am not in URSA and probably not the one who should talk, I am sure that we won't invade Siberia any time soon.
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| December 25, 2009, 11:53 am
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Knowing that I am not in URSA and probably not the one who should talk, I am sure that we won't invade Siberia any time soon.

Idaho falls under the PCU, no? And the PCU falls under the URSA. Thus, making you apart of the URSA. Politics. They're mad.
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| December 25, 2009, 12:00 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Don't you people have anything better to do on Christmas than this?

Obviously you don't either if your complaining about our presence with your own. Countries don't run themselves without leaders.
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| December 25, 2009, 12:04 pm
We got snowed in with waist deep snow everywhere. So quiet.
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| December 25, 2009, 1:28 pm
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As is commonly known, the SSW neighbors the nation of Liechtenstein quite closely. For the most part, it has had its independence for the entirety of the SSW outward expansion; however, influence from Swiss culture is greatly present. Thus, the Liechtenstein government has resigned its monarchy in name-place for the ability to join the union that is the SSW. With Liechtenstein's joining of the SSW, more pathways between Switzerland and Austria have been opened without need to mobilize all the steed north, so to speak.

Further south, the talks with Angola are going without resolve. Thus, the representatives are near the breaking point of outbursting the official declaration of physical involvement. The Namibian government has issued the green flag for the SSW forces present in South Africa to move through their territory to defend all assets both foreign and domestic to the SSW and Namibia. War is dawning.
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| December 25, 2009, 1:49 pm
Seeing as how Idaho lacks a "real" Special Operations Team. I am going to make one. In the spirit of Delta Force, I am going to create the Snakes. Named by the Snake River, they will train from March to May. They will have such a short training program because they have already all went through military operations in at least 3 campaigns. The forces will be extracted from all walks of service in the PCU and will be sent on missions during their training. Much like the SPARTANS of Halo.

In Peru, Peruvian fighters flew overhead spraying bullets all over the rebels. In return, we are going to protect Lima a little more. Back to the war. Idaho forces pushed into the hill today and Peruvian Rebels have planted some bombs in the deepest part of the hill. Normally, we would let them blow up the hill. There is a reason however. Tantalus is one of the highest hills in the regionand can't be passed up as a observation/artillery area. So the push to find the bombs goes on.

In the Caroline Island, some tanks have blocked the way into the town on the island we were on. The Islanders don't want us there it seems. We are going to give them two hours to get out of the way or the tear gas and flashbangs are going in. But for now, I am going to go play Left 4 Dead 2 or Halo 3: ODST.
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| December 25, 2009, 2:44 pm
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As of 1640 hours, the SSW formally resigns its place in the UEN. Talks with Scotland, the MU, and the SSW have erupted in the past month with the consensus being that the UEN is faltering quite quickly with little effort to preserve itself as a defense organization between European nations. Wars have erupted, failures in communication have been more common, and only the MU and the SSW have established the UEN presence with aid from Scotland as well. Because of this, all three of said nations will be founding a close-knit, independent defense organization known as the Union of the North Sea (UNS). This will be known as the Christmas Resolute.

Although I cannot speak for the MU nor Scotland, I can establish the foundation upon which the UNS will be set upon. The main interest is to protect our domestic and foreign assets from other oppressors with Scotland hosting the major sea power, the SSW land-based power, and of course the MU with supreme air presence. Also, the UNS will better expand our empires with the opening of use with all three elements of attack under one sweep of command. A common currency known as the Swiss Oro will be in use by at least two of the three members to better establish common commerce.

All of this is not to say we will disregard the UEN; however, we feel the need to stray away from the staggering union in favor of a more decisive one that can accommodate common interests. The UEN is far too scramble at the moment to fulfill the latter.

If Scotland and the MU would be so kind as to follow en suite with their statements, we can solidify our union.
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| December 25, 2009, 4:30 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Countries don't run themselves without leaders.


agreed, without leaders the countries would be in nothing but chaos, which would be incredibly funny!!

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| December 25, 2009, 4:37 pm
@Dr. Spontaneous, I have read the news of you making the Union of The North Sea (UNS), and I know may not have any business in doing so but would you be considering the Union of Nova Scotia to join in your Union?

It could be very beneficial to you and your allies as I would allow you (and your allies) access to any of my bases as you wish which would include maitanance, refueling, repairs, ect.

If it is ok with you and the others of coarse.
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| December 25, 2009, 4:50 pm
Tanks broke rank and were either retreating or firing at the troop in the Caroline Islands. Some spare Manta Bombers flew overhead and dropped some light bombs. Some resistance popped up and some firefighting ensued. 10 wounded and 2 dead. A special airlift with some 2,000 Marines from Lima will soon arrive in the Caroline Islands to help out. The should arrive by tomorrow night. In other times, LAV-1 production has stepped up due to the high need for a fire support vehicle like a Stryker. One hundred LAV-1s that were rolling off the production line last month will now see service in the Caroline Islands. Expect them by New Year's Eve.
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| December 25, 2009, 5:57 pm
The rapid detoriation and breakup of the UNE has startled me. I do have some questions for the new country.

-Will the UNS be allies with the PCU?

-Will UNS honor the pledge from SSW that I get to keep those ports in Poland?

-Will the name be changed from RA-CAS-UEN to RA-CAS-UNS?
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| December 25, 2009, 6:45 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
The rapid detoriation and breakup of the UNE has startled me. I do have some questions for the new country.

-Will the UNS be allies with the PCU?

-Will UNS honor the pledge from SSW that I get to keep those ports in Poland?

-Will the name be changed from RA-CAS-UEN to RA-CAS-UNS?

Everything will be kept as it was. The UNS will still be tied to the URSA as the main source of overseas alliance and everything promised will still be granted to whoever is involved. The sheer fact of the matter is that all of the three allying nations want action not brought by the UEN. No worries.
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| December 25, 2009, 7:22 pm
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Granted the UNS is just on the plate, we'll need a few days to organize the three of us. Thus, we'll have to delay any new membership outside of the three founding nations. This isn't to say we won't address you. Give us a day to sort out and we'll get to other members.
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| December 25, 2009, 7:34 pm
awsome i forgot did u give my back my land or somin like that
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| December 25, 2009, 8:05 pm
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Although the SSW has experience in warfare, combined forces have not seen experience in extreme waters. That is to say we have not practiced combat in colder, choppy seas. To accomplish this, expeditionary forces will be practicing roles in seas near the Arctic and just outside of the Scandinavian controlled waters. This exercise should last a few weeks.

In Africa, the Angolan government did not take heed to the talks that were issued earlier today. Thus, the SSW will shortly exercise a declaration of war once forces have moved into the heated area already being attacked. However, it is unsure if national Angolan militants will actually take place in the combat situation against Swiss, Namibian, and Botswana forces. To further bring fear into the FLEC, 10 of the AMBT Mk.IIs will be exercised in southeast Africa. A beastly war machine weighing a couple dozen tonnes always does well to strike fear into a guerrilla's heart. Anyhow, at least 24,000 Belgian, German, and British troops will fight in this campaign. No leading operation has been verified as of yet.
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| December 25, 2009, 8:40 pm
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
awsome i forgot did u give my back my land or somin like that


After you vanished for another month or two, yes, we did cede it back in return for money from your CAS friends. Then we went to South America. Seeing as how you declared war then went away, we have no choice but to assume we're still at war. Do you want peace, or do you want to come to the American west coast and fight this out with us?
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| December 25, 2009, 10:21 pm
COME TO AMERICA! COME TO AMERICA! >:P

In Peru, the first bomb was found but the second bomb was a trick for a fighter to drop one on the hill. The hill's north side is now demolished.

In the Caroline Islands, we have declared war on the Caroline Islands for injuring and killing 15 soldiers of the PCU Armies. Those 1,000 Marines from Lima have been pushed up to land three in the morning, tomorrow morning. Any spare forces will be pushed up to active duty. Code Red is in effect no in the Caroline Islands as the ambassadors prepare for the trip to the capital.
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| December 25, 2009, 11:14 pm
In Caledonia, the naval bombardment has stop and now deploying 3000 NROI Marines to the shores. But because we're short of personnel, another 8000 fresh Marines were dispatched from new guinea in order to help out remaining forces finishing the defenders of caledonia. expect them to arrive in 2 days from now. So far the diplomats refused to accept the negotiations.

On side note, the remaining objective are vanuatu island,Tuvalu,Vanutatu,Nauru and Kiribati. We expected to complete the conquest at the end of January.
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| December 26, 2009, 12:10 am
Scotland will also be joining the UNS. In turn, Scotland will no longer be a member of the UEN.

In other news, Scotland will be releasing it's lastest military project in the comming days.

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| December 26, 2009, 12:15 am
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It has unanimously been settled that no new membership will be permitted into the UNS as of yet nor for awhile without excellent reason to do so otherwise. We'd rather keep the UNS on a geographical closeness instead of political favor. Although this is said, pacts, agreements, and all things of the like will still be allowed.

Thus, in recognition of Nova Scotia's statement of wanting increased political kinship, I'm sure we can come across an agreement. Therefore, the SSW is bringing the North Atlantic Arms Recognition (NADR) to the table. The NADR includes, currently, the following: The use of each others seas no matter the cause; minute use of each others military installations for preliminary defense matters; no setting of embargoes; and finally, unrestricted use of offshore airspace. If you agree to these terms and the other two involved in the UNS agree as well, immediate implication of this doctrine will be recognized.

In other news, the now designated Tri-African Defense Council (TADC) has officially declared war upon both the FLEC and Angola. A people is associated with a place, and said place is hosting said people. The leading operation will be Operation: Prairie Fire. This will include the entire opposition of the FLEC forces and the re-established control of Namibia's northern territory. HE and napalm has temporarily been allowed until the 28th of this month. Fast assaults and rapid sorties will make great use of this temporary allowance.
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| December 26, 2009, 3:14 pm
The Marines that landed last night have made some signifigant progress. For one, some natives who were shooting up the advancing tanks were subdued by the Marines via stun and flashbang grenades. Some Marines were wounded in a pass by a helicopter. One was killed by a shotgun blow to the head by a native. Time to blow 'em up.
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| December 26, 2009, 5:09 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

You sure thats All? Anyone else want to submit their list of tiny island on Oceania? If not i'll start the bombardment over objective island now.. since nobody have any belongings in the Oceania, i'll enlarge the teritory to nauru to north ,kiribati to east and tokelau to the south


I have an airfield in Guam...but I think that's among the Marianas that the PCU has.
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| December 26, 2009, 11:12 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx

Great news has come up. If Texas can win the wars in Nevada and S. America then a vote will be called. Amongst all RA-CAS-UEN members. I need you to act as voters to vote weather or not Texas should join the RA. I will not go by majority rules, but I need feedback. Is Texas doing okay as a "Lone Star" or not?
I will tell you when I need a vote.


You're holding your own as a foreign power, but if you're thinking about rejoining the union we'd be glad to have you. And really not much would change...most of your recent campains have been hand-in-hand with the PCU.

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| December 26, 2009, 11:14 pm
@Micheal: Mostly because us and Texas are really, really cool with each other. Also we have mostly the same ideas and such.
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| December 26, 2009, 11:33 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
It has come past my recollection that some months past when the SSW was first on the prowl of bringing itself upon par, a war prior to the recent one occurred in the Siberian area. With the same recollection, the SSW had proposed a venture/promise to Alaska for a modular vehicle platform that would withstand the weather there; however, it never got of the ground.

Now, the SSW would like to reopen that venture as a joint project between the URSA and the SSW for exactly the same vehicle.


I have no current plans on Arctic campaigns, but I think it high time Alaska gave up using snow tires on Stryker APCs and built a fully-specialized polar vehicle. I would be glad to join in your venture. The only hitch is that I will be unable to do any actual building until this summer, as I'll be away from my LEGOs. I shall therefore be stuck with concept design.

Insider tip from an Alaskan: if this is to be a truly front-line arctic vehicle, it will definitely have to be a half-track. They're waaaaay more efficient in the snow.

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| December 26, 2009, 11:47 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
@Micheal: Mostly because us and Texas are really, really cool with each other. Also we have mostly the same ideas and such.


My point exactly: for all practical purposes, Texas has been operating like a state of the union.
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| December 26, 2009, 11:55 pm
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Quoting Michael Ford
I have no current plans on Arctic campaigns, but I think it high time Alaska gave up using snow tires on Stryker APCs and built a fully-specialized polar vehicle. I would be glad to join in your venture. The only hitch is that I will be unable to do any actual building until this summer, as I'll be away from my LEGOs. I shall therefore be stuck with concept design.

Insider tip from an Alaskan: if this is to be a truly front-line arctic vehicle, it will definitely have to be a half-track. They're waaaaay more efficient in the snow.

Sounds good. If I'm not mistaken, we're practically on the same path as we were during the first attacks in the Arctic campaign.

Presently, the powerplant is finished along with the cab. Thus, a half-track is plausible at this point. Granted the entire vehicle will be modular, a working of a completely wheeled vehicle can be set as well. With that in mind, I can utilize the factory stationed in British Columbia to manufacture the half-track variant for your use and my homestead factories can produce the tractor truck primary frame. Overall, I'm sure we can figure some means of agreement.
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| December 27, 2009, 12:07 am
Quoting Michael Ford
You're holding your own as a foreign power,


I would have to agree with Michael, you have been doing very well as a "Lone Nation"!

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| December 27, 2009, 2:06 am
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Because this Governator hates mass media, the Pacific Union, at least Oregon and Washington (Perhaps BC too), will begin formulating plans on creating one sub-national (because we are URSA, technically) news channel, government owned, immune to the sensationalist hypes that plague media so. There will be local channels for local areas, government owned as well. All other channels will be shut down.

Though we toyed with the idea of having them government run, we thought the people would think we were editing stories to make us look good. That's not what we do, we just want to bring -real- news back, not the celebrity stalking, missing pretty white girl, newest scandal, human refuse that goes in toilet news that's been going on for years. Real news people, it's important.

And the second batch of MT-1 variants are entering production, they should be posted here in the next few days. South America is the usual annoyance, though we're clearing those rebels from the coastal regions slowly. Slowly but surely.
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| December 27, 2009, 4:16 pm
The time has come to finally begin this war in Canada, We will begin at Baffin Island and move to Newfoundland/Labrador.

We has launched a joint offencive of a few Jet Fighters and Bombers, aswell as ground forces.
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| December 27, 2009, 4:22 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I can't speak for Cliffe. But I would like to see if we would join the UNS, as soon as I get approval from my superior that we may do so.

Jefferey Flickrmailed me about a month ago discussing this upcoming change, and I would like to know if this could include me or not.

<<<Kaiser Pharaoh>>>
By the power of my imperial might, I sanction the joining of the Union of the North Sea by the Kingdom of Prussia and the Baltic Union.

You heard the emperor. We're requesting to join. It's quite alright if you want otherwise, we're also happy on our own.

<<<King Friedrich II of Prussia>>>
As King of Prussia, I will now also officially change our currency to the Swiss Oro. The glorious people of Prussia approve of its apparent versatility.
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| December 27, 2009, 6:04 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
The time has come to finally begin this war in Canada, We will begin at Baffin Island and move to Newfoundland/Labrador.

We has launched a joint offencive of a few Jet Fighters and Bombers, aswell as ground forces.

<<<Pharaoh Ramesses II>>>
I shall send a carrier task force with one marine battalion and one army battalion to aid you.

<<<King Friedrich II of Prussia>>>
I will also send a battalion composed of infantry and panzers with their grenadiers. A company of tank destroyers will also accompany them.

(just me)
Both forces should arrive in around three days. Any objections, doc? Is that too soon? Anyway, I'll see you soon, Weagle. I'm taking personal command of the Prussian forces.
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| December 27, 2009, 6:10 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Because this Governator hates mass media, the Pacific Union, at least Oregon and Washington (Perhaps BC too), will begin formulating plans on creating one sub-national (because we are URSA, technically) news channel, government owned, immune to the sensationalist hypes that plague media so. There will be local channels for local areas, government owned as well. All other channels will be shut down.

Though we toyed with the idea of having them government run, we thought the people would think we were editing stories to make us look good. That's not what we do, we just want to bring -real- news back, not the celebrity stalking, missing pretty white girl, newest scandal, human refuse that goes in toilet news that's been going on for years. Real news people, it's important.

And the second batch of MT-1 variants are entering production, they should be posted here in the next few days. South America is the usual annoyance, though we're clearing those rebels from the coastal regions slowly. Slowly but surely.

That's how my media was run until just recently. I forced all media to be non-profit. You should try that out.
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| December 27, 2009, 6:13 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I'll see you soon, Weagle. I'm taking personal command of the Prussian forces.


Excellent, I would like for you send approx. 1/2 to 1/3 of your forces to Newfoundland and the rest to Baffin Island hopefullywe should have a solid enough foothold in both locations, I'll give you landing coordinates/locations in day or two, may glory come to us and our men!
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| December 27, 2009, 6:52 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I'll see you soon, Weagle. I'm taking personal command of the Prussian forces.


Excellent, I would like for you send approx. 1/2 to 1/3 of your forces to Newfoundland and the rest to Baffin Island hopefullywe should have a solid enough foothold in both locations, I'll give you landing coordinates/locations in day or two, may glory come to us and our men!
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| December 27, 2009, 6:52 pm
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In notice of Prusso-Egypt joining of the UNS, we have to decline. Presently, we're trying to get all things settled and would like to keep our numbers low. In all actuality, we're establishing a close-knit NATO-esque faction that will rival the UEN in effectiveness if not entirely envelop it several fold over in that regard.

Now, on notice of you sanctioning the Swiss Oro, I'll have decline your use of it. If not for the fact that it is a commodity system, then for the reason of our low trade ratio. Perhaps in the near future when we have more positive history instead of negative collateral disruptions.

And feel free to aid the unification of Canada. I'm sure you have enough reserves that didn't action in Poland that will do just fine overseas.
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| December 27, 2009, 7:04 pm
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The war in southwest Africa has made no progress today. A majority of the TADC forces sent to defend Namibia have made it to the specified zones and will digging in overnight. Even though the ground forces have just made it, sorties of the joint air forces have been keen on making sure very few shots were fired during today's set. Much of the enemy-controlled areas are currently burning with a few dozen confirmed casualties on their side. One of the MCAPs sent today was indeed shot down. The pilot was not recovered as is now considered KIA. No further news has been reported.
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| December 27, 2009, 9:05 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In notice of Prusso-Egypt joining of the UNS, we have to decline. Presently, we're trying to get all things settled and would like to keep our numbers low. In all actuality, we're establishing a close-knit NATO-esque faction that will rival the UEN in effectiveness if not entirely envelop it several fold over in that regard.

Now, on notice of you sanctioning the Swiss Oro, I'll have decline your use of it. If not for the fact that it is a commodity system, then for the reason of our low trade ratio. Perhaps in the near future when we have more positive history instead of negative collateral disruptions.

And feel free to aid the unification of Canada. I'm sure you have enough reserves that didn't action in Poland that will do just fine overseas.

Alright, both are fine with me.
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| December 27, 2009, 10:48 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle

Excellent, I would like for you send approx. 1/2 to 1/3 of your forces to Newfoundland and the rest to Baffin Island hopefullywe should have a solid enough foothold in both locations, I'll give you landing coordinates/locations in day or two, may glory come to us and our men!

Roger that. The Prussians and I will land on Newfoundland and the Egyptians to Baffin Island. I'll see you there, Admiral. This should be a fun little break from wars against actual people. Unless that one guy gets on the ICF and starts sending out F-35s... but our air forces are overwhelming enough! :D
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| December 27, 2009, 10:53 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Alright, both are fine with me.

Again, if I failed to mention, this is by no means a grudge against you because of our contemporary conflicts. The main fact of the UNS is we all agreed on keeping membership on the basis of only nations that neighbor the North Sea; for now at least. On the note of currency, because the Oro is a commodity system, a well-established backing is needed to keep it in place. Presently, you're rebuilding after two severe and punishing wars. Thus, you'll need to recover awhile. Perhaps mid-Summer you may switch over if you haven't found an alternative.
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| December 27, 2009, 10:53 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Again, if I failed to mention, this is by no means a grudge against you because of our contemporary conflicts. The main fact of the UNS is we all agreed on keeping membership on the basis of only nations that neighbor the North Sea; for now at least. On the note of currency, because the Oro is a commodity system, a well-established backing is needed to keep it in place. Presently, you're rebuilding after two severe and punishing wars. Thus, you'll need to recover awhile. Perhaps mid-Summer you may switch over if you haven't found an alternative.

Nations that border the North Sea? Um... Prussia and the Baltic Union do, I believe. (X) SCRATCH THAT, I was getting confused with the Baltic Sea. I'm an idiot. :-P But anyway, I understand. No grudges remain. We have left the past to rot in its grave. :-)
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| December 27, 2009, 11:25 pm
W Russia is now preparing to invade India and E Russia, posibly Australia and China.
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| December 28, 2009, 1:27 am
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
W Russia is now preparing to invade India and E Russia, posibly Australia and China.

Let me get this straight, Moscow's Russia is invading your territory?

If it's the other way around with you being the invader, please consider my following counsel. Australia is protected by Scotland, the MU, and myself. You might want to rethink that portion. Also, China is protected by the CAS and is considered the one of the most respected individual countries in it. If you invade China, the CAS may remove you from its union and declare war on you. Keep that in mind. Although I'm not certain on India's position in terms of collaboratives, it has a low resource-to-population ratio. Meaning, you'll be sustaining it's several billion people out-of-pocket and not getting much in return. However, I encourage you head for the unification of Russia. But, you should post a few more de facto technologies so we know you can boast enough power to do so. Again though, its position in the CAS may provide to become an obstacle.
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| December 28, 2009, 1:50 am
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Roger that. The Prussians and I will land on Newfoundland and the Egyptians to Baffin Island. I'll see you there, Admiral.

Alright, I have done some research on;

Baffin Island
-Population: Approx. 11,000 (as of 2007)
-Largest City: Iqaluit (pop. 6,184)
Objective: Establish STRONG foothold in Baffin Island and conquer Iqaluit.

Newfoundland & Labrador
-Population: 510,272 (as of July 2009)94% on Newfoundland
-Largest City: St. John's (pop. 100,646 as of 2006)
Objective: Take St. John's fortify it and 'storm' West and move up to Labrador.

Field Marshal Cliffe your NEW orders are to send the Prussians to Baffin Island and send the Egyptians to Newfounland, hopefully the invasions will go smoothly. The invading forces in Baffin Island will start to the North and move South, and the Newfoundland invading forces will progress west and move north to Labrador.

Both teams will then (hopefully) meet/surround Quebec upon there our goal will be to strike hard and fast toward the city of Montreal.

More info will be provided once we start the invasion of Quebec.

- Admiral A.C. Out!
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| December 28, 2009, 1:59 am
Well, either we hit Montreal or we go and conquer Quebec City. But we don't have to worry about that until we reach Quebec anyway.
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| December 28, 2009, 2:21 am
What with 2,000 men storming a city, it gets pretty hectic. Caroline Island forces have been pushed almost to the edge of the first city and there is expected to be LAV-1 support tonight. In the meanwhile, Manta bombers and GAF-1s are making short work of the enmey fighters due to the use of outdated things as F-16s and MiG-29s. All casualties seem to be from hit-and-run attacks so we will have to work on getting those cut down to a number of our liking.

In Peru, the Marines in Lima have stopped two bombing attacks so far but another slipped through their grasps and a bomb was set off. Killing 13 civilians and 10 Marines.

In North Peru, the Army is making quick work off the remaining rebels. Most are retreating towards a basin around 30-40 miles away from Lima where they are going to initiate a last-stand type thing. Many of those areas have been popping up now since they are willing to die for freedom. How cute. The Army is starting to initiate Operation Frogger, a plan to hop over some minor hills and towns via troop transport planes and land nearer to the objective, the basin.
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| December 28, 2009, 9:51 am
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
W Russia is now preparing to invade India and E Russia, posibly Australia and China.

Invasion of Russia, India or China is a declaration of war against the CAS, and will be treated as such.
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| December 28, 2009, 1:49 pm
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
W Russia is now preparing to invade India and E Russia, posibly Australia and China.

Invasion of Russia, India or China is a declaration of war against the CAS, and will be treated as such.
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| December 28, 2009, 1:50 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Invasion of Russia, India or China is a declaration of war against the CAS, and will be treated as such.

Chaos in the CAS. What a rare event, I'll gram mah popcorn.
In other news all operations in South America have been halted since Christmas Eve and will remain so for the time being. (Until we win in Nevada.)
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| December 28, 2009, 2:20 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Roger that. The Prussians and I will land on Newfoundland and the Egyptians to Baffin Island. I'll see you there, Admiral.

Field Marshal Cliffe your NEW orders are to send the Prussians to Baffin Island and send the Egyptians to Newfounland, hopefully the invasions will go smoothly. The invading forces in Baffin Island will start to the North and move South, and the Newfoundland invading forces will progress west and move north to Labrador.

Both teams will then (hopefully) meet/surround Quebec upon there our goal will be to strike hard and fast toward the city of Montreal.

More info will be provided once we start the invasion of Quebec.

- Admiral A.C. Out!

Copy that. Moving fleets to comply with orders. Also, this will be the first time many of our "rainbow warriors" from Mag Strike will see action. I'm looking forward to that.
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| December 28, 2009, 10:10 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Copy that. Moving fleets to comply with orders.

Okay, I have a set of landing coordinates here;

Baffin Island;
- Location: Artic Bay
- Coordinates: 73 2' 11" N, 85 9' 9" W

Newfoundland & Labrador;
- Location: St. John's
- Coordinates: 47 33' 3" N, 52 42' 26" W
(= degrees)
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| December 28, 2009, 11:27 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton

In North Peru, the Army is making quick work off the remaining rebels. Most are retreating towards a basin around 30-40 miles away from Lima where they are going to initiate a last-stand type thing. Many of those areas have been popping up now since they are willing to die for freedom. How cute. The Army is starting to initiate Operation Frogger, a plan to hop over some minor hills and towns via troop transport planes and land nearer to the objective, the basin.


And then we get to go after the rebels in the jungle. That'll be fun.
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| December 29, 2009, 12:15 pm
Just like Vietnam, eh? I am going to load my troops onto C-130s and paratroop them down into the basin sometime tomorrow. I suggest that you, Awesome, attack from the ground and air.
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| December 29, 2009, 12:39 pm
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The TADC has progressed considerably for being the short time of engagement in Namibia. Originally, the FLEC forces had subservient the Namibian provinces of Kaokoland, Owamba, Kavango, and Boesmanland. Thus far TADC militants, mostly Swiss, have retaken Boesmanland. Also, the province of Kaokoland has been mostly re-originated with joint forces pushing up all the way to Opawo. Owamba and Kavango are showing to be a bit more agitating, but TADC forces have shown progress. By next week all Namibian territory should be reclaimed and the front will be moved to Angola until said nation submits to the TADC. To be noted as well, Angolan militants have been shown to pocket themselves with the FLEC and thus are considered evidential enemies.
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| December 29, 2009, 1:37 pm
@Cliffe: the attack on Artic Bay (Baffin Island) will begin at 15:00h and the attack on St. John's will begin at 15:30h (moc time).

I'd expect the attack on Artic Bay to last no more than one hour but, Id like most buildins to remain standing so we can convert the small town into a command base.

However, the attack on St. John's to last longer because of the size and population of the city however, you are autherized to use multiple types/sizes of bombs and other munitions but I'd like approx. 25% of the city to be intact so we can set up a base there.

Field Marshall Cliffe, you'll be supervising to attack on St. John's, Newfoundland. If needed you can use the Sand Island Base to refuel and/or re-arm your men and aircraft. The troops in the north (Baffin Island) will use he Thule Base in Greenland for the same purposes.

Cliffe, if you have any complaints don't be affraid to say anything!
-Admiral A.C. Out!
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| December 29, 2009, 1:54 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
@Cliffe: the attack on Artic Bay (Baffin Island) will begin at 15:00h and the attack on St. John's will begin at 15:30h (moc time).

I'd expect the attack on Artic Bay to last no more than one hour but, Id like most buildins to remain standing so we can convert the small town into a command base.

However, the attack on St. John's to last longer because of the size and population of the city however, you are autherized to use multiple types/sizes of bombs and other munitions but I'd like approx. 25% of the city to be intact so we can set up a base there.

Field Marshall Cliffe, you'll be supervising to attack on St. John's, Newfoundland. If needed you can use the Sand Island Base to refuel and/or re-arm your men and aircraft. The troops in the north (Baffin Island) will use he Thule Base in Greenland for the same purposes.

Cliffe, if you have any complaints don't be affraid to say anything!
-Admiral A.C. Out!

Someone owns Canada and Labrador.
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| December 29, 2009, 2:53 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Someone owns Canada and Labrador.

I am well aware that Adam Travis owns Baffin Island Newfoundland &Labrador, and Quebec the rest of Canada (except British Columbia and uhh, I forgot the other one, The territory due west) are mine.
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| December 29, 2009, 3:40 pm
Caroline Government officials have spilt the government in half today which is making West Islands, who are allied with us, and the East Islands, who aren't. The East ones, the ones closest to us, are not liking us very much, so they continue to battle us. We are going to provide the West Islands are going to receive the LCR and AR-2 battle rifle systems in return for support in the war.
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| December 29, 2009, 4:01 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
I am well aware that Adam Travis owns Baffin Island Newfoundland &Labrador, and Quebec the rest of Canada (except British Columbia and uhh, I forgot the other one, The territory due west) are mine.

The Jeffrey will have to moderate this.
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| December 29, 2009, 5:07 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
The Jeffrey will have to moderate this.

As you wish...
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| December 29, 2009, 5:46 pm
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To add to the security of assets outside of the European homestead, the SSW will be sending more boys to the overseas territories. The SAP will be receiving 2,500 troops just as Argentina will. Panama will be granted another 850 that will be divided and sent to the Antilles as well. In South Africa, 3,200 men will be sent for defense and war purposes granted the present situation. 400 will be sent to the UAE.

Also, I'm asking for confirmation from Scotland presently as to the control of Australia. Is it currently under full Parliamentary control? If so, shall I affirm my presence in the promised portion of it during your operations there?

On note to the CAS, the SSW is opening the possibility of opening several government-owned corporations in and Hong Kong. 28% of profits will go to the SSW directly, 12% will go to the CAS benefactor, and 60% will go to the markets. Perhaps if not in this manner, we can still work out a deal.
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| December 29, 2009, 6:50 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

On note to the CAS, the SSW is opening the possibility of opening several government-owned corporations in and Hong Kong. 28% of profits will go to the SSW directly, 12% will go to the CAS benefactor, and 60% will go to the markets. Perhaps if not in this manner, we can still work out a deal.
This seems agreeable to me.

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| December 29, 2009, 7:09 pm
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In response to the final west Peru rebels, the Reid Heavy Artillery tanks are being sent in to pound them to dust, coordinated with air strikes from IF-2S Fulmar's and Idaho's air wings. This will be the first official action the MT-1/HA-1 Reid tanks will see.

And now that the rebels in the west are meeting their end, we still have to deal with the smart/cowardly ones who have moved across the Andes into the deep Peruvian Amazon. We're expecting a much tougher fight here, and to get things going, we're sending in a squadron MT-1s with bulldozer blades through the passes to clear away for an armored convoy now preparing at an undisclosed location. In case anyone wants to help the rebels and seriously set back PCU operations. But, they should be able to clear enough to get the HAT-1s through before the winter storms seriously set in. It's snowing in Portland (in real life too), so we can only imagine how it's going to be in the high Andes.
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| December 29, 2009, 7:11 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

On note to the CAS, the SSW is opening the possibility of opening several government-owned corporations in and Hong Kong. 28% of profits will go to the SSW directly, 12% will go to the CAS benefactor, and 60% will go to the markets. Perhaps if not in this manner, we can still work out a deal.
This seems agreeable to me.

Sounds good then. Officials will be flown into the area overnight tonight to find some construction companies to contract or even finds some dwindling companies that can be bought out. The reconnaissance of the above action should be over by the end of the week and I'll inform you of the progress. Presently, we're looking to increase the presence in the shipping industry which would bring in quite a bit of revenue. Do you have any objections to any of this?
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| December 29, 2009, 7:15 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Sounds good then. Officials will be flown into the area overnight tonight to find some construction companies to contract or even finds some dwindling companies that can be bought out. The reconnaissance of the above action should be over by the end of the week and I'll inform you of the progress. Presently, we're looking to increase the presence in the shipping industry which would bring in quite a bit of revenue. Do you have any objections to any of this?

I have no objections. Your aircraft will not be fired upon, but may be escorted by fighters along the way.
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| December 29, 2009, 7:23 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Just like Vietnam, eh? I am going to load my troops onto C-130s and paratroop them down into the basin sometime tomorrow. I suggest that you, Awesome, attack from the ground and air.

My troops will now be heading to an airport and should be lading at the other side of the mountains at 5 p.m. tonight. My Shastas, only 10, will be heading towards the airport as well but the HAT-1s will be retreating to the beach, should take three days, and be shipped out to the Caroline Islands, should take till January Seventh.
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| December 30, 2009, 11:25 am
All personel in Thule Air Base (Greenland) and the Air Command Base (Sand Island Base) are preped and ready, the briefing is completed and are now awaiting Field Marshal Cliffe's Troops.

There is a slight change in command, the time period of attack will be delayed by 1 hour.
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| December 30, 2009, 3:07 pm
Egyptian forces and Prussian forces should have landed in their respective spots by now. The Egyptians are deploying their Hellhawk VTOL gunships and Egret heavy dropships, dropping Grizzlys. Their tanks are the Super Tank Gen.2 Mk.2, and they are receiving artillery support from the air from HG-123s and Buzzard attack planes. Fighter support will be provided by Skeeters and Sun Hawks. All of these are from Mag Strike(with the exception of the Sun Hawks).

On the Prussian side of things, the first thing to hit the beaches are the King Jagdtigers. After that come the infantry in their HalfTracks backed up by Prowlers supported by Panzer Grenadiers. Artillery comes from the King Jagdtigers. Air Support will come, as always, in the form of Black Eagles and Ho-XIIs for fighter escort. Reichsadlers will come in for strategic bombing once the sky is clear of enemy fighters. Some of Mag's LRVs in the Prussian Army will be included as well.
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| December 30, 2009, 3:17 pm
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Resistance in Brazil is still heavy, and Ukrainian forces have only managed to gain 24 miles this month. Our casualties are nearing 1,000, but over 5,000 Brazilian soldiers have died. Exact casualties are unknown. The Brazilian Air Force is suffering incredible casualties, and they no longer confront our forces regularly, but rather go for hit-and-run tactics. Their succes rates have dropped considerably, and they have failed to take down a single aircraft this month, (although they severely damaged a Tu-225,) and Ukranian forces have managed to destroy five F/A-18s, two F-5s, and a Dassault Mirage 2000.

New license produced Ho-XIIs and F/A-38s will be sent to Brazil. They have been outfitted with Russian radars and missile systems, and now that enemy aircraft are mostly inactive against air-superiority flights, non-stealth aircraft can roam the skies with little threat of enemy confrontation. Brazilian supply lines have been cut off, and they are bound to run out of SAMs soon. Bombing runs will continue.

A revolution has sparked in Somalia, and Storm Troopers from nearby territories have been sent to fight off the rebels. A large division of Helicopters is stationed in Eastern Somalia, and the rebellion should be halted by March.
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| December 30, 2009, 6:38 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

On note to the CAS, the SSW is opening the possibility of opening several government-owned corporations in and Hong Kong. 28% of profits will go to the SSW directly, 12% will go to the CAS benefactor, and 60% will go to the markets. Perhaps if not in this manner, we can still work out a deal.

I just talked to Michael, and apparently the RA has Japan. I was unaware of this fact, but it would appear to be that the RA is the one in charge over there. You may still travel over CAS countries though to reach Japan.
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| December 30, 2009, 7:13 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
I just talked to Michael, and apparently the RA has Japan. I was unaware of this fact, but it would appear to be that the RA is the one in charge over there. You may still travel over CAS countries though to reach Japan.

Hong Kong is part of China, so I don't think Japan has any interference with our business. Please inform me if I'm wrong.
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| December 30, 2009, 7:16 pm
Breaking news in technology-

Egyptian and Prussian scientists have come up with two new systems that can detect and track any aircraft, stealth or non. Any of my allies who wish to know the details, please let me know. I wish to keep this confidential to everyone else.
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| December 30, 2009, 7:21 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Hong Kong is part of China, so I don't think Japan has any interference with our business. Please inform me if I'm wrong.

Ah, dang it I read Hong Kong and thought Tokyo. Business can carry on normally. Sorry 'bout that.
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| December 30, 2009, 7:22 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Breaking news in technology-

Egyptian and Prussian scientists have come up with two new systems that can detect and track any aircraft, stealth or non. Any of my allies who wish to know the details, please let me know. I wish to keep this confidential to everyone else.

Is this something you could post in the "Prussia-Egypt and Allies" group?
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| December 30, 2009, 7:27 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Breaking news in technology-

Egyptian and Prussian scientists have come up with two new systems that can detect and track any aircraft, stealth or non. Any of my allies who wish to know the details, please let me know. I wish to keep this confidential to everyone else.


But how can it be credible to all us out here, if we don't know what it is? Unless you intend to pass it by allied admins who know their stuff...
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| December 30, 2009, 7:28 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Ah, dang it I read Hong Kong and thought Tokyo. Business can carry on normally. Sorry 'bout that.

It's all good. Speaking of which, the field reconnaissance has taken noticed in the Shanghai company known as China Shipping Container Lines. It's owned by the state and all substantial commerce goes to the government. Perhaps a second department could be opened in Hong Kong?
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| December 30, 2009, 7:30 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
It's all good. Speaking of which, the field reconnaissance has taken noticed in the Shanghai company known as China Shipping Container Lines. It's owned by the state and all substantial commerce goes to the government. Perhaps a second department could be opened in Hong Kong?

Any corporation that brings money into the CAS is more than welcome. =D
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| December 30, 2009, 7:42 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Egyptian and Prussian scientists have come up with two new systems that can detect and track any aircraft, stealth or non.


Don't suppose I can get my hands on this type of technology??
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| December 30, 2009, 7:42 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

But how can it be credible to all us out here, if we don't know what it is? Unless you intend to pass it by allied admins who know their stuff...

I will check this out and see how it would work. I've come up with several, including rows of billions of cameras mounted on a dish, and air-disturbance detectors, etc., but none of them seem likely. I'll see what this thing can do...
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| December 30, 2009, 7:44 pm
All Idaho Army personnel are now on the other side of the Andes. After drop, they were immediately attacked by Rebels. They fought valiantly but we still lost about 13 troops. Until the rest of the PCU gets across the Andes, I am going to hold the pass that they are in.
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| December 30, 2009, 8:00 pm
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Speaking of the passes, the MT-1s have cleared a route, with the help of aircraft triggering avalanches ahead of them to get rid of that risk, and have encountered no resistance. Whatever rebels are in the mountains, they're either in the jungle now, or hiding.

A column of HAT-1s, MT-1 variants of every type, including ones we have not yet made public, and a heck lotta' APCs and trucks have started up and are on their way over the Andes. They'll be watched over by IF-2S's and IF-3's, and further amounts of aircraft will be looking for the enemy. This -is- the entire Armored Legion and several divisions of mechanized infantry constricted to a narrow series of passes, after all.
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| December 30, 2009, 8:18 pm
Ok, Jack, Weagle, I'm posting my ideas in my allies group. Standby.
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| December 30, 2009, 8:21 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Ok, Jack, Weagle, I'm posting my ideas in my allies group. Standby.

Your concept is very feasible, but it would only be suitable for close-range detection. It would definitely be a major improvement over visual detection though. Excellent concept!
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| December 30, 2009, 9:20 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Your concept is very feasible, but it would only be suitable for close-range detection. It would definitely be a major improvement over visual detection though. Excellent concept!

Now I feel paranoid. Thanks.
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| December 30, 2009, 10:34 pm
Field Maeshal Cliffe what do have to report on the attack in St. John's?

The attack in Artic Bay was a success, we are now covertong the town into a base! Tomarrow we begin moving south towards Iqaluit.
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| December 30, 2009, 11:19 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Now I feel paranoid. Thanks.

don't worry that much, the range wouldn't be all that great, and air turbulence and cloud cover would make it almost impossible to track a fighter.
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| December 30, 2009, 11:32 pm
East Caroline Islands are now apart of the PCU due to them wanting to join. We have given them the TR-1 and the LCR to their military and I am going to send their forces towards the West Caroline Islanders.

In the West, we are still pwning their measly air force but we are not doing as well on the ground. They are using conventional military and using militia fighters. I expect another two weeks before we have taken Palau Island.
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| December 30, 2009, 11:54 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
don't worry that much, the range wouldn't be all that great, and air turbulence and cloud cover would make it almost impossible to track a fighter.

The second scanner is supposed to be very long ranged, and doesn't detect air turbulence. It's a lot more expensive, though. I'd probably just give it to AWACs, who can then relay info back to pilots. It's supposed to work underwater, too. There, intelligence vessels can use it against subs and stealth ships.
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| December 31, 2009, 12:00 am
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
Field Maeshal Cliffe what do have to report on the attack in St. John's?

First, the battleships opened up and tore apart the enemy beach defenses. Then, the marines hit the beach. There wasn't much left after the bombardment, so casualties were light. As the units moved towards the city, they encountered some resistance. Hellhawks were able to keep the enemy's heads down long enough to where the infantry could take them out. Outside the city, artillery softened it up, and then the marines penetrated. First, heavy troopers went in to establish a hold inside their lines using dropships. They cleared the way. Then, the rest of the troops came in. The city is currently 100% occupied. Resistance was minimal, as usual in these kind of fights. Forces will be ready to move out in the morning.

Man, that was the quickest capture of a city I ever saw... well, they are Egyptian Marines. That's what they do.
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| December 31, 2009, 12:30 am
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Forces will be ready to move out in the morning.

Man, that was the quickest capture of a city I ever saw... well, they are Egyptian Marines. That's what they do.


Perfect, our main goal for Newfoundland is complete! Now all you need to do is to battle your way to the North-Western corner of the island, then "jump" over to Labrador!
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| December 31, 2009, 1:48 am
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It has been decided by the UNS that even though we all boast powerful militaries, they are not mingled enough with each other to provide maximum efficiency in defense. Because of said reason, each nation will be establishing their strong points with their allies. This means, Scotland shall send a portion of her Navy to the MU and the SSW, the MU shall send a portion of her Air Force to Scotland and the SSW, and the SSW shall send a portion of its Army to Scotland and the MU. An equilibrium will be established to further respectable defense timing; thus, a common standard. Each nation will of course have to specify their sent forces. Anyhow, this should lead to a greater network of troop-appreciation.
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| December 31, 2009, 3:49 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous Dr. S, i only wish to expand for resources.Not for violece, but if nessisary i have troops ready.
Let me get this straight, Moscow's Russia is invading your territory?

If it's the other way around with you being the invader, please consider my following counsel. Australia is protected by Scotland, the MU, and myself. You might want to rethink that portion. Also, China is protected by the CAS and is considered the one of the most respected individual countries in it. If you invade China, the CAS may remove you from its union and declare war on you. Keep that in mind. Although I'm not certain on India's position in terms of collaboratives, it has a low resource-to-population ratio. Meaning, you'll be sustaining it's several billion people out-of-pocket and not getting much in return. However, I encourage you head for the unification of Russia. But, you should post a few more de facto technologies so we know you can boast enough power to do so. Again though, its position in the CAS may provide to become an obstacle.


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| December 31, 2009, 4:49 am
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
Dr. S, i only wish to expand for resources.Not for violece, but if nessisary i have troops ready.

No matter the cause, violence will be steadily interfering. The CAS has already stated it will fight you to the teeth. Consider what you'll be combating and the resources having to go out to support your war(s). You'll be combating veteran mass militants with the highest ratio of troop-to-vehicle effectiveness. Not to mention the combined air power that is sure to intercept a majority of your forces.
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| December 31, 2009, 1:17 pm
Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell

I personally believe you should not be able to expand your borders seeming as you have been in this group for quite some time, but have failed to upload one single creation pertaining to the group. All you have to do is slap together a pile of multi-colored bricks like that Mag-Strike kid. Instead, you leave for three months, come back to find half your country in ruins and then proceed to make some agreement with the PCU about a no-fire zone. If I were the PCU, your Communist Russia would be no more. Take that as a warning. Because I find it rather displeasing that you "beat" the PCU without a single creation.
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| December 31, 2009, 1:39 pm
East Caroline Islanders have mobilized their army of around 4,000 natives and are now on their way to the West Islands, they should arrive by January Second.
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| December 31, 2009, 1:41 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
The second scanner is supposed to be very long ranged, and doesn't detect air turbulence. It's a lot more expensive, though. I'd probably just give it to AWACs, who can then relay info back to pilots. It's supposed to work underwater, too. There, intelligence vessels can use it against subs and stealth ships.

Your second scanner would definitely be a longer range scanner, but it is far to large to put on a fighter-size jet. You could build an AWACS that could you put a scanner of that size on, and then you would have an incredible advantage over enemy aircraft.
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| December 31, 2009, 2:09 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I personally believe you should not be able to expand your borders seeming as you have been in this group for quite some time, but have failed to upload one single creation pertaining to the group. All you have to do is slap together a pile of multi-colored bricks like that Mag-Strike kid. Instead, you leave for three months, come back to find half your country in ruins and then proceed to make some agreement with the PCU about a no-fire zone. If I were the PCU, your Communist Russia would be no more. Take that as a warning. Because I find it rather displeasing that you "beat" the PCU without a single creation.


He didn't beat us. We would have wiped him off the face of the planet.

It's the CAS that beat us. 20 million troops fighting 70,000? We would have put up one heck of a fight, something to be remembered for generations, but for the sake of our people and economy, we agreed to withdraw for 5 billion dollars and run off to South America.

If this guy invades other CAS countries, the PCU will gladly attack him again.
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| December 31, 2009, 2:24 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

He didn't beat us. We would have wiped him off the face of the planet.

It's the CAS that beat us. 20 million troops fighting 70,000? We would have put up one heck of a fight, something to be remembered for generations, but for the sake of our people and economy, we agreed to withdraw for 5 billion dollars and run off to South America.

If this guy invades other CAS countries, the PCU will gladly attack him again.

Hence the quotation marks.
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| December 31, 2009, 2:32 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Hence the quotation marks.


Ah, I see.

...Anyways, the convoy in the passes of the Andes has reached the summit of the journey, and the road should be mostly down hill from here. There was a rebel attack earlier against the lead tanks, but it was dealt with quickly. Apparently, they were intending to bomb the road, but they fortunately failed. When our forces reach the jungle, the purge of these rebels begin.

On a further note, a small attachment of tanks and troops (Three HAT-1s, ten MT-1s, and 600 soldiers, plus a Sandy EWP) has been left in the mountains, to make sure we're not being followed by a hypothetical rebel force, or the passes aren't bombed out behind us, thus making our return journey a long one through the jungle up to Ecuador, which would allow plenty of ambushes by any renewed rebellion.
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| December 31, 2009, 2:37 pm
ANYway...

The Luftwaffe's new fighter is up.
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/175698
Please, check it out to see all that it has to offer

We hope to export planes and licences to many of our allies. CAS, if you want a license to produce these, you can haz if you give me some FOABs. I just learned about those... Same goes for Nova Scotia, but you can haz the license for free!

My main intended customer, however, is the AIS, whom has no current fighter that I can remember... come on and buy some of these!
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| December 31, 2009, 2:56 pm
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The enemy forces in Namibia have been pushed to the very limits of the formal boundaries of Angola and Namibia. Precision air strikes should make short work of any dug-in defenses. Because of the fast actions by the TADC, the FLEC should be receiving the better, or worst rather, end of the casualty rate. However, this success isn't to go without failure. Because the FLEC forces were so quick to invade Namibia without any significant resistance from said nation, the people are doubting their government's ability to protect the nation. Even worse, the higher-ups in the military are slowly recessing from direct order systems. A coup d'etat is imminent.

On note of the shipping industry in Hong Kong, the finalization to market another branch from the earlier-stated Shanghai-based company is underway. Swiss officials will be contracting several dozen construction companies to help build a new shipping dock and expansive low-bay areas for protection against high-tide and stray storms. Of course, with the stamp of approval from the CAS. This may be the ground-breaking moment in which a true European nation has involved with the CAS on an actual constructive bias.
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| December 31, 2009, 2:58 pm
Texas News Headlines
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Texas' borders have officially expanded. Fighting continues throughout North Brazil, but governments are being installed in Manaus and Belem. The border line is now the Amazon River.
No more troops will be sent to S. America for the mean time. The same goes with Nevada.
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Talks between Texas and the RA have increased and it was even suggested to reunite America once more. That however cannot currently be accomplished due to allied European control over most of the "Deep South."
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The Republic of Texas has officially crowned the M35 H-MAAC as our Main Battle Tank. Now all we need is a name...
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Amero progress has halted.
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| December 31, 2009, 3:37 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Talks between Texas and the RA have increased and it was even suggested to reunite America once more. That however cannot currently be accomplished due to allied European control over most of the "Deep South."

Haha. I knew this would come about. Soon talks will begin to push the SSW out of America. I'll deny. War would be brought subliminally. You'd deny it. Possible buying-out would occur. I'd deny the money. War. Severe losses. Political terms are lost.

I've already known this time to come. Don't think you'll take me by surprise. I've increased my defenses and the UNS as a whole will be brought to the American front because of the abiding standards. Not to mention Scotland also holds Maryland so joint interest is in term.

However, I believe the main ignorance is how limited Swiss intervention is in the South. We mainly hold military interest and resource development. The SSW hasn't reformed the area with European influence being the main source of development. Everything has been kept American. Plus, I've already noted I will eventually relinquish the territory in the future. However, this mean the standards of reunification must be in effect; thus, no factions. I highly doubt this will come to be so I will keep my hold in the area.

This is not a note of hostility, just some initiative for your future out-group talks.
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| December 31, 2009, 3:48 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Haha. I knew this would come about. Soon talks will begin to push the SSW out of America. I'll deny. War would be brought subliminally. You'd deny it. Possible buying-out would occur. I'd deny the money. War. Severe losses. Political terms are lost.

I've already known this time to come. Don't think you'll take me by surprise. I've increased my defenses and the UNS as a whole will be brought to the American front because of the abiding standards. Not to mention Scotland also holds Maryland so joint interest is in term.

However, I believe the main ignorance is how limited Swiss intervention is in the South. We mainly hold military interest and resource development. The SSW hasn't reformed the area with European influence being the main source of development. Everything has been kept American. Plus, I've already noted I will eventually relinquish the territory in the future. However, this mean the standards of reunification must be in effect; thus, no factions. I highly doubt this will come to be so I will keep my hold in the area.

This is not a note of hostility, just some initiative for your future out-group talks.

Our plan to make you paranoid is working! >:]
Actually we haven't even mentioned you in our conversations. This stuff is all in your head. Although the civilians can't like the increasing military presence. Heh. Talks over Xbox Live show that Scotland more or less wants to hand over Maryland. Especially seeing as how there are 5,000+ Texas troops stationed in and around Maryland.
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| December 31, 2009, 3:57 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Our plan to make you paranoid is working! >:]
Actually we haven't even mentioned you in our conversations. This stuff is all in your head. Although the civilians can't like the increasing military presence. Heh. Talks over Xbox Live show that Scotland more or less wants to hand over Maryland. Especially seeing as how there are 5,000+ Texas troops stationed in and around Maryland.

I've had paranoia since my purchasing of the territory. And the military presence is kept away from civil life. More or less, Swiss officials are just thinning out the long-standing individuals have been based in the area and replacing them with more freshened-up veterans. There's plenty of military installations to host the reinforcements.

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| December 31, 2009, 4:00 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I've had paranoia since my purchasing of the territory. And the military presence is kept away from civil life. More or less, Swiss officials are just thinning out the long-standing individuals have been based in the area and replacing them with more freshened-up veterans. There's plenty of military installations to host the reinforcements.

I suppose it wouldn't help if I buffered troops along the Louisiana border. Maybe a few Sam Houstons wouldn't hurt. :P

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| December 31, 2009, 4:05 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I suppose it wouldn't help if I buffered troops along the Louisiana border. Maybe a few Sam Houstons wouldn't hurt. :P

I couldn't care less. Go for it. If attacks were commence, I'd just have marshes and military density on my side.

And so the Cold Civil War begins.
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| December 31, 2009, 4:07 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I couldn't care less. Go for it. If attacks were commence, I'd just have marshes and military density on my side.

And so the Cold Civil War begins.

If this is how it shall be. Then so be it.

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| December 31, 2009, 4:10 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe

We hope to export planes and licences to many of our allies. CAS, if you want a license to produce these, you can haz if you give me some FOABs. I just learned about those...

I'm not interested in these aircraft, but I will trade FOABs for Ho-XIIs. Keep in mind though, that a FOAB can only be dropped by a very large bomber; this is a bomb that no fighter will ever be able to carry.
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| December 31, 2009, 6:11 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe

We hope to export planes and licences to many of our allies. CAS, if you want a license to produce these, you can haz if you give me some FOABs. I just learned about those...

I'm not interested in these aircraft, but I will trade FOABs for Ho-XIIs. Keep in mind though, that a FOAB can only be dropped by a very large bomber; this is a bomb that no fighter will ever be able to carry.

Right. Reichsadlers may be able to carry it. We will send more Ho-XIIs right away. Thanks!
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| December 31, 2009, 6:14 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
If this is how it shall be. Then so be it.

:-O
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| December 31, 2009, 6:16 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Right. Reichsadlers may be able to carry it. We will send more Ho-XIIs right away. Thanks!

A Reichsadler could carry the FOAB, but that would be the only bomb it could carry. (The FOAB is a very heavy bomb.)
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| December 31, 2009, 6:32 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I personally believe you should not be able to expand your borders seeming as you have been in this group for quite some time, but have failed to upload one single creation pertaining to the group. All you have to do is slap together a pile of multi-colored bricks like that Mag-Strike kid. Instead, you leave for three months, come back to find half your country in ruins and then proceed to make some agreement with the PCU about a no-fire zone. If I were the PCU, your Communist Russia would be no more. Take that as a warning. Because I find it rather displeasing that you "beat" the PCU without a single creation.


if you remember, i have 2 creations in this group. the reason i havnt bin building is because i suffer builders block.i remember that (i think jack or someone) said that it doesnt matter each country has its own resources.good day sir.
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| December 31, 2009, 8:40 pm
Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell

if you remember, i have 2 creations in this group. the reason i havnt bin building is because i suffer builders block.i remember that (i think jack or someone) said that it doesnt matter each country has its own resources.good day sir.

Building isn't that hard, I'm one of the newest members of the group and I've already got more creations then you. And if you don't start building, you'll just be using old and out-dated equipment. An old M1 Abrams wouldn't stand half a chance aganist a new and squeeky HAT-1.
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| December 31, 2009, 8:50 pm
Quoting Major General O-5 Sam Nineham
Bombing Nevada!!!??? Or taking out the leader? I have missed so much in my near month long inactivity. May i ask why people want to bomb my state or take me out? I'm going to go and check the International Conversations and see what's up.

Also, I will get to posting a tank and some other things at some point, I just need to cease being busy.

EDIT: I've just seen that Nevada was invaded and some other things. I can explain the absence very clearly. My main PC crashed and I have had limited access to a laptop. All of hat time was used to try and get iTunes to work so that I could actually sync my iPod with it. I have explained it once before, I beleive. So, sorry I haven't noticed anything.

I'm sorry, but Nevada is basically won over. All we have to do is install governments and get a comment from Jeffrey.
@Kelsey I need some links.
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| December 31, 2009, 8:56 pm
Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell

if you remember, i have 2 creations in this group. the reason i havnt bin building is because i suffer builders block.i remember that (i think jack or someone) said that it doesnt matter each country has its own resources.good day sir.

I don't see any. A Transforma-Tank does not count...
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| December 31, 2009, 8:59 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I'm sorry, but Nevada is basically won over. All we have to do is install governments and get a comment from Jeffrey.
@Kelsey I need some links.


http://mocpages.com/moc.php/144267
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| December 31, 2009, 9:01 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Same goes for Nova Scotia, but you can haz the license for free!


Tempting, however I will give you 20-30 of my F-18s and 2 C-F/A-22A-Ds (2 each) for the license after all of your gonna get some FOABs you need some aircraft to carry them!

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| December 31, 2009, 9:05 pm
Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell

http://mocpages.com/moc.php/144267

A transforming tank would not work in combat in the year 2035. It would take quite some time to transform and then would walk slowly and awkwardly. The weapons would not be powerful enough to take out a Willy's Jeep.
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| December 31, 2009, 9:13 pm
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell

if you remember, i have 2 creations in this group. the reason i havnt bin building is because i suffer builders block.i remember that (i think jack or someone) said that it doesnt matter each country has its own resources.good day sir.

Keep in mind that current resources would get the ---- beaten out of them by the top-of-the-line American equipment.
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| December 31, 2009, 9:15 pm
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Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Same goes for Nova Scotia, but you can haz the license for free!


Tempting, however I will give you 20-30 of my F-18s and 2 C-F/A-22A-Ds (2 each) for the license after all of your gonna get some FOABs you need some aircraft to carry them!
I'm afraid the F/A-18 and F/A-22 are both faaaar to small to carry a weapon as large as a FOAB.

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| December 31, 2009, 9:16 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Keep in mind that current resources would get the ---- beaten out of them by the top-of-the-line American equipment.

We have a controversy on our hands Jack. Jewell here says he has two creations when in reality he has a transforma-tank. Is that even feasible. I mean mass-productive main vehicle wise?
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| December 31, 2009, 9:18 pm
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Brasilia, the capitol of Brazil has fallen to Ukranian forces. Progress is now much faster, and many white flags are to be seen in surrounding Brazilian towns. Sao Paulo AFB was suprise-bombed by ten Ar-59s carrying 2,000 lb guided munitions. Over 50 enemy fighter planes were bombed on the ground, destroying 1/5th of their active fighter forces. Seven Mirage 2000s, fourteen F-5 Tigers, and twelve F/A-18s went down to Ukranian planes over Brasilia. UAF losses for today were three MiG-35s, four Tu-225s, and a Flanker.
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| December 31, 2009, 9:26 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
A transforming tank would not work in combat in the year 2035. It would take quite some time to transform and then would walk slowly and awkwardly. The weapons would not be powerful enough to take out a Willy's Jeep.

transformatanks are not for main combat reasons, they are for recon and sabatoge missions. also for clearing buildings safely
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| December 31, 2009, 9:29 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
We have a controversy on our hands Jack. Jewell here says he has two creations when in reality he has a transforma-tank. Is that even feasible. I mean mass-productive main vehicle wise?

Those thing are small to the point that an HAT-1 is invincible to them. The HAT-1 is so beastly that the bullets would more likely than not bounce off the armour. Transformers are very costly, so they are not favorable for mass production. A target that small would only be able to take one hit from an HAT-1. I believe the odds would faaar in favor of the HAT-1. (As in, the odds are faaar in Arnold Schwarzenegger's favor in a fight with an 8th grader...) =D
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| December 31, 2009, 9:33 pm
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell
transformatanks are not for main combat reasons, they are for recon and sabatoge missions. also for clearing buildings safely

The Recon and sabotage roles have been almost entirely taken over by helicopters. I would not recommend mass-producing a transformer-tank.
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| December 31, 2009, 9:36 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
The Recon and sabotage roles have been almost entirely taken over by helicopters. I would not recommend mass-producing a transformer-tank.

It's even feasible? It seems as if the transforming would take minutes to complete.

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| December 31, 2009, 9:40 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
It's even feasible? It seems as if the transforming would take minutes to complete.

Transforming is feasible, but very impractical. It would probably take minutes to transform, and transformers are naturally not as rugged as solid vehicles. All the mechanisms make the structure not as strong.
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| December 31, 2009, 9:43 pm
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Quoting Emperor Kelsey Jewell

http://mocpages.com/moc.php/144267


Yea. A Shasta could take that out easily, let alone the big MT-1s or massive HAT-1s. If war comes to war, I think you're going to get steamrolled.

@Doctor Spontaneous: The PCU has no desire to see war with you. Just thought I'd get that out there.
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| December 31, 2009, 9:43 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Yea. A Shasta could take that out easily, let alone the big MT-1s or massive HAT-1s. If war comes to war, I think you're going to get steamrolled.

@Doctor Spontaneous: The PCU has no desire to see war with you. Just thought I'd get that out there.

Has Nick told you?
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| December 31, 2009, 9:48 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Has Nick told you?


No, Nick's told me nothing much.
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| December 31, 2009, 9:53 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

No, Nick's told me nothing much.

Nick is supposed to be forwarding you a message from me.
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| December 31, 2009, 9:56 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Nick is supposed to be forwarding you a message from me.


Well, he hasn't. I haven't seen him on since noon.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:03 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Well, he hasn't. I haven't seen him on since noon.

I sent him a FM at 3:30 or so, and I asked him to forward it to you. I was going to send it directly to you, but we're not contacts on Flickr.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:06 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
I sent him a FM at 3:30 or so, and I asked him to forward it to you. I was going to send it directly to you, but we're not contacts on Flickr.


I'll make you one than.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:12 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Well, he hasn't. I haven't seen him on since noon.

I'll send you both what I sent him.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:13 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I'll make you one than.

I sent you the message.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:18 pm
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I got the message, and I replied, Jack. Now, it's waiting time.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:19 pm
Hrrmph! My Xbox LIVE time has ruined my knowledge of foriegn events. Okay, I don't want to fight SSW, I think that we should be one big happy family.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
I got the message, and I replied, Jack. Now, it's waiting time.

I'm able to go on your time.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:48 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Hrrmph! My Xbox LIVE time has ruined my knowledge of foriegn events. Okay, I don't want to fight SSW, I think that we should be one big happy family.

Or becuase you know we'd get kicked half way around the world.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:50 pm
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