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International Conversation Forum Pt. XXV
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Highlights:
-War in southern African continues.
-Scandinavia is being invaded by west Europe.
-The war in Russia is still happening.

And some other stuff.
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| January 25, 2010, 7:37 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Highlights:
-War in southern African continues.
-Scandinavia is being invaded by west Europe.
-The war in Russia is still happening.

And some other stuff.

What's happening in Russia?


We're mowing down Kelsey Jewell's "army".

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| January 25, 2010, 8:19 pm
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It has become of great interest in the SSW to research hydrofoils as a stealth unit. Not only for the latter reason, but efficiency in range and speed should be of great increase. No further news upon this as of yet.

In south Africa, 820 POWs were taken today as most of the western provincial militants have lost morale after the steep advances made. In the east, combat is still very grueling. An estimated high of 84 casualties were accounted today after a large number of mortar and various other artillery shells were shot in an intermediate CP today. Raiders have been sent as of 2237 hours EST to search for and destroy said weaponry. 15 Tu-118s acquired from Armenia will be flown to air bases in South Africa to follow through with the, for lack of a better term, obliteration of the enemy fortifications.

On note of Zambia, SSW forces have been able to drop paratroopers along the borders for early reconnaissance and harassment of the reinforcements. The Guerrilla Regiment will be following in en suite and have been granted permission to utilize any means necessary to eliminate the new opposition. Talks to have said nation to no longer take action have commenced, but no response has been given.
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| January 25, 2010, 11:46 pm
My men have reached Fredricton, New Brunswick and will commence the attack in about an hour or so. We have air support at the ready aswell as the bombers!
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| January 26, 2010, 4:47 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I am replacing the aging and poor performing Black Albatross fighters: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/161200 with more StormHawks. Before Ijust scrap em' all, I'm willing to sell them. I place them at $500,000 USD each. Any takers?

May I purchase 14 Fighters?
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| January 26, 2010, 6:41 pm
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Has the 2 week rule kicked in on Maverick?
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| January 26, 2010, 8:53 pm
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Ford checking in from the far North: I haven't been on in a few weeks, but am alive and well. The school dorms have awful internet, so I won't be able to be on too often, but I should be on at least once a week.

News: Alaska has done some support in the Russia campaign, but claims no credit for the feats of Texas and the PCU. As always, our forward location Air Bases at Galena and King Salmon are open. We are also discussing reopening Shemya as a fully-operational Air Base, which may be unneccessary if the Kamchatka is to remain in Allied hands. Any thoughts on the matter from people who might use the base? (PS: it's out at the end of the Aleutians)

@ Dr. S, little work thus far has been done on the Modular Vehicle. The design crews expect to have rough drafts available by next week.
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| January 26, 2010, 10:20 pm
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Very little progress has been made on neither the political or combative fronts in Botswana. However, the SSW has established a future governing body for the nation if (or when, rather) it is formally conquered. The casualties sustained yesterday were made up for, in a sense, today once a majority of the POWs were organized and intel was able to be gathered from them. The main focus of this information was that Botswana will be withdrawing its national military into Zambia for further campaigns at a later date. Granted the retreat will have to be by foot/ground transport or by the limited air space not yet taken by Swiss forces, a great deal of these militants will be intercepted.

Also, although the current combat situation is not one of insurgency, the SSW will be resorting to COIN strategies to overtake the urban enemy near the capital area. Thus, a new COIN airframe may be in the near future.

On note of happenings in the Nordic War, the SSW will be sending an additional 5,000 Marines and a majority of the Sovereign Republics' National Air Reserve (SRNAR) will be sent to Germany for reinforcements in the skies. Intermediate Coastal Missile Emplacements (ICMEs) will be taking a greater part in coastal target elimination in Denmark as a hopeful portion of the forces sent to designated cities shall be in need of destroying dug-in targets. No further news is to be reported without word from the CM.
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| January 27, 2010, 12:07 am
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On note to the PCU, or Oregon-Washington to be case-specific, are we on consensus for the island of Sakhalin?
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| January 27, 2010, 10:52 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
On note to the PCU, or Oregon-Washington to be case-specific, are we on consensus for the island of Sakhalin?


Yes we are.
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| January 27, 2010, 11:57 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Yes we are.

Excellent. Also, the PCU will of course be granted military service in the area; something rightfully empowered. In any case, I'll mobilize some of my forces bunked in Japan to said area and send the funds in any means necessary. Perhaps we could also start a joint-direct petroleum corporation similar to some of the newer industry established by myself in China?
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| January 28, 2010, 12:00 am
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Excellent. Also, the PCU will of course be granted military service in the area; something rightfully empowered. In any case, I'll mobilize some of my forces bunked in Japan to said area and send the funds in any means necessary. Perhaps we could also start a joint-direct petroleum corporation similar to some of the newer industry established by myself in China?


Perhaps we can... We'll think about it.

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| January 28, 2010, 12:23 am
Quoting Thomas N
Sure! I'll ring that up for you. How would you like them delivered?

If it's OK I'll send in a few men and then we'll fly back to our base in Greenland.
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| January 28, 2010, 6:04 pm
New Brunswick has fallen and is now under my jurisdiction!

-We may change the name of the country from Canada to 'The Federation of Osea' but, I recently found out that the word Canada is native (translation = big village) and givin the fact that I too am a Native Canadian called Mi'Kmaq (woot woot) it makes it difficult to change it's name, but I'll think of something!!!
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| January 28, 2010, 6:09 pm
Anyone that lays claim to Cuba please speak up now, otherwise a small peacekeeping force will land and spread the news of its new addition to the Republic.
Do not take this lightly we will fight for it depending on your country's status towards us.
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| January 29, 2010, 9:45 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Anyone that lays claim to Cuba please speak up now, otherwise a small peacekeeping force will land and spread the news of its new addition to the Republic.
Do not take this lightly we will fight for it depending on your country's status towards us.


I think Cuba is owned by the RA. Armenia gave us it and Puerto Rico, if I remember right.

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| January 29, 2010, 10:07 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I think Cuba is owned by the RA. Armenia gave us it and Puerto Rico, if I remember right.

Oh, for some reason Rocky thought it was mine. I do have Hispania though.
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| January 29, 2010, 10:22 pm
Quoting Thomas N
sorry about that earthquake there 26 years ago.

Yeah, at least I own all the 5 Billion dollars worth of oil they found on the fault line. Good thing the Eco freaks wouldn't let them use it, until now.

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| January 29, 2010, 10:51 pm
PCU riot soldiers dealt with a riot today in the Federal District of Portland. The riot soldiers quickly set up defenses while PCU Reserve Troops shot smoke grenades. Barb wire, riot shields, and light PDWs were used and there were two civilian casualties. The casualties were caused by a shotgun being pulled up and a riot soldier shooting rapidly, killing the shotgunner and wounding the person behind him. The wounded civilian was taken to a PCU Hospital but died from the bullets.

A total of 27 people were arrested for public disturbance and were put in for 5 years in Federal Prison. PCU Riot Soldiers are still manning posts while PCU HLH-1s patrol the skies and look for potential riots. That's all for today.
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| January 29, 2010, 11:15 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU riot soldiers dealt with a riot today in the Federal District of Portland.

What the fish are people rioting about?
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| January 30, 2010, 2:32 am
Quoting Gus Indo
Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU riot soldiers dealt with a riot today in the Federal District of Portland.

What the fish are people rioting about?

Gus Indo, Texas intelligence has reason to believe that you were drawing up plans to attack not only sovereign Texas soil, but the SSW as well. ---- -----has confirmed this via -----. We do not want war, but if this is what the whole PCU thinks of Texas then so be it. America may have just lost any future that it had.
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| January 30, 2010, 11:39 am
Quoting Gus Indo
Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU riot soldiers dealt with a riot today in the Federal District of Portland.

What the fish are people rioting about?

How the PCU is at war all the time?
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| January 30, 2010, 11:42 am
Quoting Will Gober
Gus Indo, Texas intelligence has reason to believe that you were drawing up plans to attack not only sovereign Texas soil, but the SSW as well.

LOL, someone didn't read the whole conversation! That was, by all means, an analysis of the major superpowers of RA CAS UEN, and our relations with said states. We determined SSW and Texas allies and some others (you can guess) to be enemies. We were simply analyzing the outcomes of certain scenarios and ideas. I think I know who the mole was, him being the only one not present at the time of the conversation and most likely read the first comment and jumped to conclusions.
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| January 30, 2010, 12:00 pm
The AIS is sending a force of 50 F-37s, 70 AH-72s, and 9000 troops to Nigeria for takeover of the country. Talks to hand over the country to URSA (and AIS) jurisdiction have gone well, but civilians and mercenaries, as well as some of the country's army have rebelled against this decision. Any help in this situation by my allies would be much appreciated, and will be compensated.
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| January 30, 2010, 12:12 pm
Quoting Will Gober
Oh, for some reason Rocky thought it was mine. I do have Hispania though.

I own the rest of the Caribbean though, correct?
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| January 30, 2010, 12:18 pm
Quoting Rocky W.
I own the rest of the Caribbean though, correct?

Hispania equals Haiti?
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| January 30, 2010, 12:28 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Gus Indo, Texas intelligence has reason to believe that you were drawing up plans to attack not only sovereign Texas soil, but the SSW as well. ---- -----has confirmed this via -----. We do not want war, but if this is what the whole PCU thinks of Texas then so be it. America may have just lost any future that it had.


For the record, I was against any kind of war, and I have a no-fire agreement with the SSW. And as Gus said, it was an analysis of various big powers. CAS and Prusso-Egypt were mentioned as well, if you read all of it.
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| January 30, 2010, 12:41 pm
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Early this morning, SSW forces discovered a mass grave of Botswana citizens. They were not just whites, but all inhabiting races. This is a similar situation found in Yugoslavia, but with no regards to a generalized minority. Efforts to catch up to the retreating forces heading towards the narrow border of Zambia has increased greatly. MCAPs have dropped over 120,000 pounds of munitions in the past two days with increased enemy casualty rates. Raiders and relief forces have been dropping in norther cities to provide a line of retreat for the targeted people. Thus far, friendlies have been able to protect the minority of bulk and in-line cities, but pot-shots and mortar fire assures civilian loss. It is said that Botswana now denounces having an official military and government and may make a public/citizen surrender. The officials trapped in the capital have been trying desperately to escape to their allies in the north, but the SSW now controls the skies.

Also, the SSW has been pressuring for Lesotho to resign independence and accept aid from the Union. These talks are in their infancy as of yet and no further news is to be reported.

Moving along, with the recent purchase of Sakhalin, SSW forces stationed in northern Japan will be sent to secure the area and make temporary fortifications to assure no insurgent militants are present. Two new factories are expected to built in the area to provide self-sustaining state. One of the smaller commercial ports in the north of the island will be re-instituted as a military installation to provide maximum security from the recently colonized Russia. And as promised, 15% of the annual resources/profit will be sent to the PCU.

Happenings in the Nordic War have been of great advance as recorded by friendly forces. Most of the forces organized in the area have said to be successfully landed and resistance is unorganized. An additional 10,000 forces will be sent to Norway and Sweden to relieve the initial fatigue. Now, all we wait for is word from the CM.

In notice of internal affairs, the Union Minister (think overall President) has been upgraded from a 6-year term to an 8-year term and may be promised up to four terms. The State Minister (think state governor/PM) have been recognized from a 4-year term to a 6-year term and may be promised up to three terms. This means more structural support in the upcoming years that are sure to promise great conflict.
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| January 30, 2010, 12:46 pm
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Quoting Rocky W.
I own the rest of the Caribbean though, correct?

The Caribbean belongs to Armenia because of prior invasions some time before your coming to power.
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| January 30, 2010, 12:47 pm
Quoting Will Gober
Hispania equals Haiti?

Hispania equals Haiti plus the Dominican Republic.
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| January 30, 2010, 12:57 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU riot soldiers dealt with a riot today in the Federal District of Portland. The riot soldiers quickly set up defenses while PCU Reserve Troops shot smoke grenades. Barb wire, riot shields, and light PDWs were used and there were two civilian casualties. The casualties were caused by a shotgun being pulled up and a riot soldier shooting rapidly, killing the shotgunner and wounding the person behind him. The wounded civilian was taken to a PCU Hospital but died from the bullets.

A total of 27 people were arrested for public disturbance and were put in for 5 years in Federal Prison. PCU Riot Soldiers are still manning posts while PCU HLH-1s patrol the skies and look for potential riots. That's all for today.


If I had been present for a riot in my own city, I would have released the HAT-1s.

Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The Caribbean belongs to Armenia because of prior invasions some time before your coming to power.


But Cole gave up a bunch of territories to us Americans.
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| January 30, 2010, 1:02 pm
Seeing that Awe has not responded to my idea of Australia's independence, I will not make alliances or declare war unless attacked
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| January 30, 2010, 3:38 pm
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Quoting Connor Mulders
Seeing that Awe has not responded to my idea of Australia's independence, I will not make alliances or declare war unless attacked


It's not up to me to decide, it's up to Scotland to decide.
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| January 30, 2010, 4:18 pm
Today will mark a historic day in Texas history no matter what the outcome. Six super-wells are being set up on the Haitian fault-line to drill for oil. We may strike gold, or we may cause a huge natural disaster. We have emergency units on standby.
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| January 30, 2010, 4:46 pm
Relief units have been setup if any natural occurrence is to happen in Haiti/Dominic Republic since Texas is drilling. They are being put together and will be on their way in 2 hours.
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| January 30, 2010, 4:52 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith Declaring this action is declaring war on Rome as a whole.

And then, of course, the whole UNS would have to get involved.
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| January 30, 2010, 6:37 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
And that's just not fun for anyone. No need to have the world go to war over some confusion over an African nation. Also, Erik, your MRNCs have served their purpose quite well in escorting my troops to the shores. Do you want your control of them back as the landing area is now entirely secure with my own vessels?

If you have no use for them, I'll send them to Denmark to increase coastal assurance. So, if you find you no longer have service for them, I'll remove them from your way and carry on.
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| January 30, 2010, 6:46 pm
And here, gentlemen, may be the biggest news you've heard since the MU turning into the Roman Republic...

...even though that wasn't that long ago at all.

Sometime last week, King Friedrich II and Pharaoh Ramesses II suddenly disappeared.
Thirty minutes into the ensuing nation-wide search, an unimaginably loud voice was heard all over Egypt.

The voice was speaking Coptic, the Egyptian language. It stated that the missing monarchs had decided they should end their time on earth, and had returned to heaven and the gods. It added that the searchers(presumably who it was speaking to) would "find thy names of destiny" at the thrones of each ruler.

This voice was immediately recognized by Egyptians as Amun-Re, ruler of the gods. Immediately following the hearings of this voice, letters were found on the thrones of both leaders. Written on them in each king's own handwriting were names, and nothing else. On Friedrich's throne- Friedrich IV, the real next heir to the throne of Prussia. On Ramesses' throne- Akhnekemhotep, the real heir to the Egyptian throne, who had no clue and at the time was a manager for a solar-steam powerplant in Upper Egypt(southern Egypt).

Immediately after these discoveries, the two men descended to their proper thrones.

Then, Timekh I, then the ruling emperor, felt it was time for him to step down as well. At the crowning ceremony for the two new kings, he walked in on my speech and crowned me(with his own crown) the new Kaiser Pharaoh of the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt. This is my last post as "Field Marshal Cliffe"

So I am now the true leader of Prusso-Egypt.

...

I bet this will make all the realists in the group happy, won't it? :-)
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| January 30, 2010, 6:48 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Quoting Rocky W.
The AIS is sending a force of 50 F-37s, 70 AH-72s, and 9000 troops to Nigeria for takeover of the country. Talks to hand over the country to URSA (and AIS) jurisdiction have gone well, but civilians and mercenaries, as well as some of the country's army have rebelled against this decision. Any help in this situation by my allies would be much appreciated, and will be compensated.
False. Rome annexed Nigeria along with many other West African nations in a program to refurbish their societies end economies. Nigeria has been under Roman control and support for months now. Declaring this action is declaring war on Rome as a whole.

And why isn't that on the map? I'm removing my forces, but it wouldn't have happened if I had known you have it.
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| January 30, 2010, 7:03 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I bet this will make all the realists in the group happy, won't it? :-)

Yep.

YAY!!! :D

Also, this is officially my first post as Kaiser Pharaoh.

YAY!!! :D

This is a really good day...
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| January 30, 2010, 7:41 pm
Progress in Norway has been halted in wait of the CM. So far, 7,000 Scottish Royal Marines have successfully landed on western and southern beaches of Norway. No resistance was incountered upon landing, as the RAF and RN provided air superiority and ship support. Ports along the coast will/have been taken so Army forces can offload. Parachute Battalions have been dropped inland inorder to secure airfields for Army vehicles, personal, and armor to be flown in.

Quoting Connor Mulders
If you agree, Australia will separate as a single party parliamentary republic, with you as supreme head of state, therefore allowing you to ask for military, economic or political assistance at anytime during the world conflict. However, this will mean that Australia has complete control over it's own decisions, but each time we make a decision you will be notified.
The Scottish Parliament has agreed to your request. Australia will share the same allies as the UNS, being that your nation will be a satellite of the UNS. Military inspections will also be conducted by Scottish officals, to make sure everything is "ship shape." Your color on the map should be dark tan (while Scotland is normal/bright tan) to show that you're partially affiliated with Scotland.

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| January 30, 2010, 8:23 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
It's not on the map because it is not a permenant territory. It is being temporarily annexed for the next few months in an attempt by me to re-strengthen the economies and militaries of these nations to form a useful ally in Africa.

Alright. Sorry about the mixup.
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| January 30, 2010, 9:34 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
And as Gus said, it was an analysis of various big powers.


What I want to find out is who within the PCU actually thinks it's a good idea to leak internal files to other nations. Especially altering what was said. I hope that Texas will realize what a big misunderstanding this is.
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| January 30, 2010, 9:41 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
YAY!!! :D

Also, this is officially my first post as Kaiser Pharaoh.

YAY!!! :D

This is a really good day...


The Pacific Union Governators send you congratulations and gift basket.
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| January 30, 2010, 9:57 pm
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Quoting Gus Indo

What I want to find out is who within the PCU actually thinks it's a good idea to leak internal files to other nations. Especially altering what was said. I hope that Texas will realize what a big misunderstanding this is.


*cough*Nick Shelton*cough*

Shall sanctions be issued?
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| January 30, 2010, 9:59 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

*cough*Nick Shelton*cough*

Shall sanctions be issued?

I would hope sanctions are not placed over Idaho, that would be a problem. I have to take responsibility for it all. Nick told me over Xbox LIVE that Gus had said these things, then I told him I was disturbed by the fact that the PCU would think of that and wanted to post a comment from my iPod. Nick, being in my Xbox LIVE party told me not to and then didn't take me seriously. When Nick finally took me seriously he told me that you were just going through scenarios and told me that you said those names were thrown in as a joke. Then it was who did not take him seriously and posted my comment, thus sparking this whole thing.
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| January 30, 2010, 11:45 pm
Quoting Will Gober
So you are saying that two key leaders of your country got sucked right into the sky?

We didn't see how they left...
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| January 31, 2010, 1:06 am
Thank ye kindly, good sir. And I believe relations will be much better, although the old emperor is now the administrator of our primary legislative body. He hasn't left the building yet! But don't worry, he's really a good guy, trust me.
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| January 31, 2010, 1:08 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

The Pacific Union Governators send you congratulations and gift basket.

Thank ye very much! What's in the basket? Napalm? :D
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| January 31, 2010, 1:10 am
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Thank ye very much! What's in the basket? Napalm? :D

Napalm? I think you forget the PCU's views on overkill good Kaiser Pharaoh.
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| January 31, 2010, 1:15 am
Quoting Will Gober
I would hope sanctions are not placed over Idaho, that would be a problem. I have to take responsibility for it all.

Thank you for understanding, and don't worry about Idaho, Nick's not in any trouble really. Just don't want the wrong words going out to the masses.
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| January 31, 2010, 1:35 am
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Thank ye very much! What's in the basket? Napalm? :D


No, your very own pet Ebola Zaire virus.
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| January 31, 2010, 2:22 am
Today, I am going to issue an apology. The Governator of Idaho did not mean to bring down such accusations on the PCU and cause this mess. We did not believe Texas when they said it until we checked the ICF, and by then it was too late. I hope that the members of the group will accept my apology and we can go back to our regular schedule. If sanctions are going to be brought down on Idaho's head, so be it. They are necessary for what I've done. Good day.
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| January 31, 2010, 2:12 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

No, your very own pet Ebola Zaire virus.

D:

DO NOT WANT

Even though I've never heard of such a virus. Sounds extremely deadly nonetheless.
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| January 31, 2010, 3:29 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
D:

DO NOT WANT

Even though I've never heard of such a virus. Sounds extremely deadly nonetheless.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ebola_virus
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| January 31, 2010, 4:15 pm
The new Pharaoh Akhnekemhotep, in Pharaonic tradition, has started work on his tomb. It will be a pyramid, constructed by tax labor at a new necropolis on exactly the opposite side of the Nile from Giza. This is going to be a record breaker, planned to be 40% larger than the Great Pyramid. Worry not for the economy, though- large new surpluses of limestone and granite have been found in Upper Egypt and Kush. Also, the workers will use the most cutting edge technology to build, like exo-skeletal power suits and other highly advanced construction machines.

The pyramid will be constructed primarily of limestone, with an outside casing of smooth, gleaming white Tura limestone and a dark red band of granite at the bottom, all topped by a pyramidion, or capstone, gilded with pure gold leaf.

The project is estimated to be completed in around three years, a LONG time for this group. Good luck, Pharaoh. You're probably going to need it for anything this size.
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| January 31, 2010, 4:21 pm
The new Pharaoh Akhnekemhotep, in Pharaonic tradition, has started work on his tomb. It will be a pyramid, constructed by tax labor at a new necropolis on exactly the opposite side of the Nile from Giza. This is going to be a record breaker, planned to be 40% larger than the Great Pyramid. Worry not for the economy, though- large new surpluses of limestone and granite have been found in Upper Egypt and Kush. Also, the workers will use the most cutting edge technology to build, like exo-skeletal power suits and other highly advanced construction machines.

The pyramid will be constructed primarily of limestone, with an outside casing of smooth, gleaming white Tura limestone and a dark red band of granite at the bottom, all topped by a pyramidion, or capstone, gilded with pure gold leaf.

The inside will contain several large shafts leading to the burial chamber. After the Pharaoh is actually placed inside his tomb, lots of fun and deadly booby-traps will be rigged to eliminate future tomb robbers. If that isn't cliche, I don't know what is.

The project is estimated to be completed in around three years, a LONG time for this group. Good luck, Pharaoh. You're probably going to need it for anything this size.
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| January 31, 2010, 4:23 pm
Im planning a possible invasion on thailand and its bordering nations. Before all of that, i have a couple questions.

@Jack: is it fine im doing this?

@Admins: should i get a moderation on this?

Thanks
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| January 31, 2010, 6:40 pm
Now the Hyperfalcon is uploaded and entering service in the Prussian Luftwaffe, Royal Egyptian Air Force, and Grand Egyptian Navy. There is currently a squadron if them in each of these branches. Also, please let me know if you would like to purchase any!
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| January 31, 2010, 9:16 pm
Beginning tomorrow at 9:00 hours, Prusso-Egypt and its faithful ally Ukraine will start the annexation of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Cameroon, People's Republic of the Congo, Gabon, and Equatorial New Guinea. These nations have until then to decide if they want to come to us peacefully or not. If the Roman Republic has any of these territories, please speak up now.

This is mainly because:
-we want more land, of course
-I want to cut off further expansion into Africa from the south; I fear a certain someone might get dangerously close to Egypt...
-as with just about all of Africa, these nations are horrendously unstable and would benefit greatly from our rule
-the Pharaoh wants to uphold Egypt's reputation as the "Caretaker of Africa;" gaining land on the coast of the Gulf of Guinea is an excellent strategic position for fending off invaders from the Americas with the help of the Romans
-getting land on the coast of the Gulf of Guinea is very, very useful in many, many other ways
-I am excited about simply sharing borders with those awesome Romans :D

So, Jack, are ya ready?

Let's do this...

LEEROOOOOY JENKINS!
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| January 31, 2010, 9:32 pm
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You do realize that having land masses won't stop me from expanding near Egypt, right? I'll just start north with bidding from Rome or just fly in and do a bit of damage with the backing of the UNS. If I cared about invading, I would have started with you before I did anything in South Africa.

Also, if you are to access these lands, I ask that you continue to abide by the terms Armenia and I have set. If not, a "peacekeeping" force will intervene.
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| January 31, 2010, 9:37 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
You do realize that having land masses won't stop me from expanding near Egypt, right? I'll just start north with bidding from Rome or just fly in and do a bit of damage with the backing of the UNS. If I cared about invading, I would have started with you before I did anything in South Africa.

Also, if you are to access these lands, I ask that you continue to abide by the terms Armenia and I have set. If not, a "peacekeeping" force will intervene.

What would "peacekeeping" entail? A full invasion, or just peacekeepers walking around making sure nothing gets out of hand?

Anyway, I think those old terms of yours and Armenia's should have expired by now. It's been five months since the last war, my economy is definitely back online, and I have lots of new military units I need to produce. Plus, I am a MUCH wiser man now that I've experienced almost being crushed to bits, plus I've seen other people's foolery. I think you should start worrying less about me and more about matters in America. There is a sense of nationalism going on over there, you know. They're almost certainly going to want that land of yours back sometime soon.

Also, I'm now feeling secure enough to where I may even offer you a slice of the cake if you're nice :-)

And no, the cake is NOT a lie.
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| January 31, 2010, 9:58 pm
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America is secure for the moment. The MU and myself have done enough to guard the borders long enough to support a potential war. Anyhow, I was merely asking that you don't go to far as to conscript several million and say you now have the most well-trained and largest armed forces in the world. I guess I should have clarified. In any case, if things go too far and the joint forces you establish go on a streak of invading all of Africa, per se, an invasion will be in order. You make have Ukraine's backing, but I have all of Western Europe, the Baltic Union and Australia as the preliminary outsource. And I'm sure a few Americans have a bit of resentment. In any case, I'm interested in Equatorial Guinea for intermediate of-state shipping. Perchance I could establish a few ports if I give a bit of aid?
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| January 31, 2010, 10:04 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In any case, I'm interested in Equatorial Guinea for intermediate of-state shipping. Perchance I could establish a few ports if I give a bit of aid?

Perfect! That was what I was going to offer, in fact. It's a deal.
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| January 31, 2010, 10:08 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Perfect! That was what I was going to offer, in fact. It's a deal.

Very good. I'll send a preliminary force of 5,000 marines to blockade the immediate areas of Isla de Bioko to halt the supply lines reaching the capital. From there, we can evacuate those wishing to leaver after the initial kick-in of SSW presence. From there, I'll be accepting your orders as to what you wish accomplished and in what fashion.
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| January 31, 2010, 10:31 pm
Idaho forces (3,000 troops, 10 MT-2s, 5 HLH-1s, and 10 LAV-1s) have officialy left Russia due to war there pretty much over. The rest of the Idaho force that wwas withdrawn is to be sent to the Caroline Islands, were things have heated up considerably.

In the Caroline Islands, the East has taken to suicide runs by loading vehicles, planes, and even people with explosives and then running them into the West's resources and troops. PCU Marines stationed there have taken casualties from these attacks too and have begun employing tactics that include HLHs and HAHs flying above suspected attack areas and spotting for troops on the ground. MT-2s have just arrived in some areas of the Caroline Islands. They have used their bulldozer/minesweeper to take down light defenses and dug in guns.

In Peru, GAP-1s have arrived in East Peru and have begun attack runs too. A total loss of one plane has been recorded due to SAM fire. A review of the GAP has put it as better than the GAF-1 but the lack of bomb bays heavily hampers its combat worth. Manta Bombers have been depolyed more often to compensate and they have caused more casualties.

In PCU lands, the Governator of Idaho has left leadership of Idaho to General Hamilton and has left for the Camp David of the PCU and will be back in two days. Until then, General Hamilton will attend all Governator meetings and will report them to the "real" Governator.
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| January 31, 2010, 10:56 pm
YEA!!! First comment using my NEW PlayStation 3! Ahem anyway, renaming the country from Canada to Osea isn't take place for a while, so, I made it possible for the people of Canada to decide whether to change the country's name or not...
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| February 1, 2010, 2:02 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Very good. I'll send a preliminary force of 5,000 marines to blockade the immediate areas of Isla de Bioko to halt the supply lines reaching the capital. From there, we can evacuate those wishing to leaver after the initial kick-in of SSW presence. From there, I'll be accepting your orders as to what you wish accomplished and in what fashion.

Wait a minute, I thought Cliffe wasn't allowed to expand.

Not for an extended amount of time. Plus, there's no where to go in Europe and so little to do in Africa other than gain resources.
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| February 1, 2010, 4:26 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
we discovered the the Belorussian Monarch, and the entire royal family was dead of suicide.


Since when did Belarus have a king/queen?
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| February 1, 2010, 6:25 pm
To kick off my new government's term, I'm gonna improve relations with the Aborigines. I've decided to create nations within a nation. Each tribe is going to have land to hunt on, rehab facilities installed and money to help build their new nations. In return they are to send military assistance when needed, including soldiers and pilots. And yes, they do have modern fighting experience
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| February 1, 2010, 6:37 pm
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^ That's odd...usually revolutions end up beheading Monarchs... :-P

It recently came to my attention that a few comments were deleted for content: I'll paraphrase them here. Both were from Kelsey Jewell expressing frustration (to dramatically understate) at the current state of affairs in Russia, the second threatening nuclear retaliation. Coupled with his no-explenations-added thread titled "Goodbye.....forever." I would have to conclude that the Russian leader has left the political scene, and perhaps commited suicide. Alaskan intel teams will look into the situation.

If I'm not on here that often, don't delete me. I'm currently the squadron Cadet Commander for the Galena Civil Air Patrol, and since we're currently kick-starting a brand new squadron it's rather time-consuming.

With no further word from Japan's leadership, Alaska would like to announce the formal adoption of Japan as an RA territory. Japan will be given the same governmental rights as the Yukon Territories were, and will be represented in State politics.
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| February 1, 2010, 9:03 pm
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I don't mean to shift the topic on an off-word note, but is anyone else having problems loading MOCpages?

Anyhow, with Russia settled down apparently, the SSW will be withdrawing its observing forces that were bunking with Ukrainian soldiers. All that is needed is the good-word that SSW aircraft can use said nation's airspace to transport our troops out.

Moving along, two more mass graves have been found near the border in southern Africa. Granted their relatively close vicinity to the actual political boundary, it is assumed that most, if not all, official militants have fled the nation. However, Botswana itself is not secured under Swiss rule. Once the actual Representative Building itself has been secured, the process to annex the territory will take place.

On other news of Africa, the SSW will be distributing all of the citizenship forms that have been being registered. The entire process should take another one to three months to make sure everything is secure.

On note of the Nordic War, 20,000 fresh troops will be sent to Denmark and Sweden. Hopefully, the lack of enemy tactical notice should allow for little need for further troop strain. Su-51s will be making regular flights near the shorelines to make sure there are no potential problems in terms of enemy retreat or fortification.
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| February 1, 2010, 9:25 pm
Since the declaration of the plans to invade several African countries, only the Central African Republic responded, agreeing to join peacefully. They have been, after all, one of our best trading partners in Africa. All other nations have failed to give a response in any form- it seems the technology we've sold to them is not being used properly at all.

Therefore, the annexation of Cameroon, Equatorial New Guinea, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the People's Republic of the Congo, and Gabon has commenced.

The CAR has already sent militants into Cameroon to make way for the Egyptian Armies on their way. So far, no combat has broken out (excepting that among Central African and Cameroonian militants), as the armies have yet to reach the combat area. However, they will shortly, as they are approaching enemy borders as we speak. The first combat report will come tomorrow.

Also, the Pharaoh is planning a state executive trip to Rome. He's been very excited to see Rome, an old... "friend," I guess... of Egypt's. Much political, economic, and even social business should be conducted. How fun, maybe I should come.
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| February 1, 2010, 10:11 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Im planning a possible invasion on thailand and its bordering nations. Before all of that, i have a couple questions.

@Jack: is it fine im doing this?

Yes, I have no objections.

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| February 1, 2010, 11:14 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe

So, Jack, are ya ready?

I am ready to rock. I'm going to start pulling troops out of Russia. (I'm assuming we pretty much won by now?)

Ukraine has begun construction on a top-of-the-line attack helicopter, scheduled to be combat-ready by late March-early April. (I build slowly, and this is one complicated design...) =|
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| February 1, 2010, 11:19 pm
Yesterday, 5 F-45s were on patrol in the Arafura sea when they came across an old (think 1980's) U.S destroyer. After flying by a number of times while trying to make radio contact, a SAM was fired at the lead plane, Tiger one, who evaded and then gave the order to attack. The ship took 3-4 AGM-88E hits before the ammo deck exploded and blew the bow off. I have submarines searching for the wreckage as we speak. Now, I don't think this was anyone's ship, and I suspect that this was the work of UMN terrorists, but if it was your ship, I will pay you back heartily in military aid.
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| February 2, 2010, 5:34 pm
Quoting Michael Ford
With no further word from Japan's leadership, Alaska would like to announce the formal adoption of Japan as an RA territory. Japan will be given the same governmental rights as the Yukon Territories were, and will be represented in State politics.

Does this mean that PCU forces can go to Japan to fuel? Nice. All PCU forces in Caroline Islands are now reporting to Japan if possible.
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| February 2, 2010, 7:20 pm
A new plane was designed today by officials in the PCU army. It will serve AWACS, Close fire support, refueling in mid-air, dropping bombs and troops, and being a recon plane. I will post it Friday.
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| February 2, 2010, 7:25 pm
MUP/R is now 80% finished. The roof is still unfinished. It has a fuel rod sticking out the back and it goes all the way out and clears the tail boom.
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| February 3, 2010, 7:52 pm
Not everyone stays on the computer or checks the computer everyday. Though I am surprised only three people have commented in 24 hours.
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| February 3, 2010, 8:26 pm
In Africa, Egyptian troops have entered Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The latter is where most fierce resistance is occurring- mostly from organized crime syndicates and para-military organizations. That is where I wish you to concentrate your forces, Jack and Spontaneous. Details on just about everything will come later when I have more time- this is it for now.
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| February 3, 2010, 9:19 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
For now, it's up for the invading nations to work out territorial divisions.

All who participated in the invasion of Russia, please visit the "East Russia division" topic.
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| February 4, 2010, 1:53 am
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Hey just got my computer what have i missed?
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| February 4, 2010, 7:55 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
Hey just got my computer what have i missed?

-The war in East Russia is over with land divides being settled and the "official" leader leaving our group.
-Egypt is expanding west to cut the SSW's possibilities of making major neighboring borders with said nation.
-The Nordic War is awaiting your moderation.
-Greece is expanding.
-We have a new mapmaker.
-Alaska took Japan officially.
-The SSW is conflicting in southern Africa.

That should cover it for you.
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| February 4, 2010, 10:43 pm
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All objectives in Scandinavia have been taken with very few loses due to the Nathania's lack of a modern army. The heaviest loses have been in the air where Nathania has decent strength. Although no counter attacks have been initiated.
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| February 4, 2010, 11:03 pm
Just now, NROI officially invading thailand for more teritories and fuel. Airforce Bombers are now dropping their load on military targets. Some 2000 Troops are now advancing to the border in order to establish a supply line for the invading forces. We also Requesting their goverment to Surrender and join the power of NROI..
More later
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| February 5, 2010, 5:36 am
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
In Africa, Egyptian troops have entered Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The latter is where most fierce resistance is occurring.
I will concentrate on the Congo for now. Helicopter strikes will begin tonight, and I'll ship some Tu-225s down from Somalia. I've got MiG-29s in Tanzania, and they will be good enough for air-to-air roles.

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| February 5, 2010, 11:16 am
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As of 2217 hours EST, Botswana has been designated has "secure" in the entirety with the official remains of what is now being called a "quorum" preparing their terms of power loss and representation. A slight order of troop withdrawal will be issued once said government has been dealt with. These forces will then be heading for a two-month term in Equatorial Guinea to reinforce the area while the Union can organize the appropriate fresh relief.

In other news, with all assets in Scandinavia secured according to the CM, the SSW will be running supply lines and additional forces all the way through Denmark to branch out and mop up the more centralized defenses that are assured. However, the main goal will be to make sure a direct route can be well-established to conduct further Martial operations in Sweden/Norway. All of this should include 14,000 additional troops.
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| February 5, 2010, 5:20 pm
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Quoting Thomas N

@ Cole, I'm not sure if you're allowed to trade with my nation, being the conflict moderator over me right now, but I am requesting more Tu-118s. They are quite remarkable aircraft and my current campaign calls for more bombers than I currently have.
If Cole is not able to trade with you, I would be glad to sell Tu-225s in exchange for AWACs. The Tu-225 is not designed for high altitude bombing, but at low altitude it is highly effective.

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| February 5, 2010, 8:24 pm
I'm sorry for barging in, but does anybody hear own any part of Antarctica?
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| February 6, 2010, 8:44 am
Work on the MCP-1 has been nearly completed but the AWACS version has been replaced by heavy avionic modules under and on top of the plane. The recon version will be posted first, followed by a refueling version. Sadly, there will not be a infantry version for some time because of the inability for a fig to stand, only sit.
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| February 6, 2010, 10:46 am
Quoting Connor Mulders
I'm sorry for barging in, but does anybody hear own any part of Antarctica?

Sanctions=You no get Antarctica or else the superpowers come down on your head.
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| February 6, 2010, 11:38 am
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Quoting Connor Mulders
I'm sorry for barging in, but does anybody hear own any part of Antarctica?

No. The Antarctic Treaty has since expired by this time, but it is still subject to geographic research. Although it is theoretically possible to "invade and conquer" said land mass, a good number of us have hinted at keeping it a neutral zone.
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| February 6, 2010, 11:46 am
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The order and bill was passed today to recycle all or most First Age Weaponry. With newer technologies and interests, most of the FAW is obsolete and will not see enough service in its expected life term to be useful. All of these materials will be made for the current Third Age and future Fourth Age arms. However, a small portion of the FAW will be reserved for international selling and private distribution to "developing" militaries. If any person(s) is interested in purchasing the weaponry, they can visit the "Statistics" thread to see what's up for grabs.

In other news, the SSW is readying the production of a new IFV/ICV to make a stepping stone for future diversity in this field and to fill the rather large gap between light and heavy vehicles that is ever present in our military. This vehicle will be open on the international market in limited numbers.

On note of Botswana, the SSW has officially taken the state under control as the remnants of their government have resigned and will tried for crimes against their people(s). The installation has already been put in place and will serve a preliminary six-month term until otherwise told. Talks with Botswana's neighbors have ensued these past few days have been opened to see if they will release the fleeing militants that no longer act as the defense force for said nation; thay have been marked as "fugitives and traitors".

In mid-Africa, the blockade around Equitorial Guinea's capital island is going rather well. However, the enemy coastal defense ships have been somewhat of a problem as they make intermediate assaults on MRNCs to make a break in our lines. The Marines aboard the ships will be landing tonight and will mark the opening of Operation: Polycephaly. The main center will be the southern portion of the island as the blockade sets strong on the north. An additional 10,000 individuals will be sent to the actual continental portion of the nation within the next two days to finish the preliminary stages of Operation: Polycephaly.
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| February 6, 2010, 4:40 pm
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25 prototypes of the new IFV design have been manufactured as of late last night. 20 of them will be heading for the Nordic front and the other five are off to Equatorial Guinea. The boys on the field will evaluate their efficiency to an extent of which the finalization of a contract can be established.

On note of the Nordic War, the SSW will sending the Third Expeditionary Marine Battalion to open up the front in Iceland. MCAPs will begin making bombing runs until the Marines actually detach/land upon their DZs. Su-51s will also be in the skies to make sure the enemy AF is kept on the ground.

In internal politics, the memorial that was under construction has been completed. The ceremony honoring those who have fallen will take place later today as the final name is etched into the columns. Elsewhere, several riots have erupted in Slovakia as the Czech Republic is claiming ownership over western Slovakia. Previous problems with the Czech government have erupted before and the SSW may try to establish dominance over said nation if the resounding issues are not resolved internally. Peacekeepers have been dispatched to protect the border and subdue the public for the moment. The SRMA will be sent shortly to make sure the Czech military doesn't attempt to do anything too rash. And crossing of the border by any one militant will be an immediate of hostile intent.
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| February 7, 2010, 12:36 pm
Well since a few people have already done this, I've decided to make an AWACS (probably codename it Thunder-Head), and a new U.A.V. is also being constructed under the codename "Long Dart".

In other news, renaming the country of Canada to Osea is still at a standstill, with all residence finally finished casting their votes, we are now tallying it up...
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| February 9, 2010, 2:46 am
War! UMN terrorists have attacked bases and airfields all around Australia's northern coast. The Australian Military Forces have discovered, through numerous questionings, that the terrorist forces fled Indonesia and areas and have decided to invade Australia. Canberra has declared full war against these forces, which seem to posses post-Vietnam weaponry.
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| February 9, 2010, 4:59 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders
War! UMN terrorists have attacked bases and airfields all around Australia's northern coast. The Australian Military Forces have discovered, through numerous questionings, that the terrorist forces fled Indonesia and areas and have decided to invade Australia. Canberra has declared full war against these forces, which seem to posses post-Vietnam weaponry.

To react to this action,NROI will establish a no tresspassing zone across the southren border
and WILL fire upon ANY passing ships and planes..
@Connor: if you drop even a single firecracker on my land, i WILL declare a WAR on you. So keep that in mind..

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| February 9, 2010, 6:35 pm
Quoting Ryan Blackout
if you drop even a single firecracker on my land, i will declare a war on you. So keep that in mind..

Trust me, you won't find a speck of desert dust floating above Indonesia.

By the way, can I purchase 200 Komodo MBT's for about 12 billion?
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| February 9, 2010, 6:57 pm
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Because Australia is an asset of the UNS, the SSW will be positioning Peacekeepers just outside of Indonesian waters to make sure the boundaries are respected and to grant a third-person perspective in case of accidental combative reasoning. Also, permission is needed directly from Australia to operate within your waters granted you are a UNS satellite.
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| February 9, 2010, 7:36 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Because Australia is an asset of the UNS, the SSW will be positioning Peacekeepers just outside of Indonesian waters to make sure the boundaries are respected and to grant a third-person perspective in case of accidental combative reasoning. Also, permission is needed directly from Australia to operate within your waters granted you are a UNS satellite.


Thank you for your understanding, SSW. I've been busy with Thailand invasion and a simple terrorist threat seem to much for me.

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| February 9, 2010, 10:48 pm
Who has Iceland?
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| February 10, 2010, 11:06 am
Also, progress report from Peru:

AIS troops are making quite a lot of progress in Peru. Rebels are being wiped out slowly, village by village. Fighting is at a low however, as the rebels are only attacking us in their villages.

Current AIS casualties:

1000 Troops dead or injured
17 Troops MIA
9 AH-72s destroyed
3 AH-72s damaged
3 F-37s destroyed
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| February 10, 2010, 11:09 am
Quoting Rocky W.
Who has Iceland?

Never mind about this. I saw the SSW is attacking. If I send in a small number of troops, will I be able to be compensated with a bit of land?
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| February 10, 2010, 11:10 am
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Quoting Rocky W.
Never mind about this. I saw the SSW is attacking. If I send in a small number of troops, will I be able to be compensated with a bit of land?

No need. Once the island is captured, I'll allow you a naval installation. Presently, the UNS is experimenting with combat effectiveness in the Nordic War, so external aid is wanted at a minimum.
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| February 10, 2010, 4:01 pm
Quoting Ryan Blackout
To react to this action,NROI will establish a no tresspassing zone across the southren border
and WILL fire upon ANY passing ships and planes..
@Connor: if you drop even a single firecracker on my land, i will declare a war on you. So keep that in mind..

Intervention time.
Seeing as Connor is a new leader, and Ryan is not one to be toyed with, Texas will be sending a blockade to the North of Australia from Mexico, it will consist of most men that toured in New Zealand and Korea. This will be a peacekeeping force only, but if needed will be given clearance to fire. Please, do not take this as a threat, we will only be IDing ships searching them etcetera...
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| February 10, 2010, 6:13 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
No need. Once the island is captured, I'll allow you a naval installation. Presently, the UNS is experimenting with combat effectiveness in the Nordic War, so external aid is wanted at a minimum.

Alright, thank ye, thank ye.

Also, 2000 AIS reserve troops are being sent to combat drills in Alaska.
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| February 10, 2010, 6:17 pm
Quoting Rocky W.
Alright, thank ye, thank ye.

Also, 2000 AIS reserve troops are being sent to combat drills in Alaska.

Combat drills don't exist. That was just my cover-up for it.
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| February 10, 2010, 6:27 pm
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Three Czech citizens were killed in riots near the border of the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The Peacekeepers sent by the SSW have had difficulties within the past two days of subduing the ethnically confused civilians. The SRMA has said to have arrived just some hours ago and will be establishing a heavily armed boundary some thirteen miles away from the international border. The financial district of Slovakia has been ordered to close by the SSW in fear of possible terrorist targeting that may occur. The Czech Conservative Reform Party (the political party presently in power) has declared that Slovakia is presently standing as their territory and attempts to capture the state will be occurring within a short time frame. No talks will ensue with said party. Physical confrontation has been recognized by the SSW as the only possible means to subdue the continual threats, but no declaration of war has been set until the enemy mobilizes their military over the shared border.
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| February 10, 2010, 6:45 pm
In response to Texas' possible intervention:

The more foreign forces that become involved with this plight, the more complicated the political situation becomes. I believe that the SSW and New Zealand forces in the area will be significant in holding the peace. If Texas still wishes to send a peacekeeping force, I believe a small "police-like" force will suffice. Connor may be newly appointed, but Scotland is keeping him in check.
Scotland doesn't want this reply to offend Texas in anyway, but as a member of the UNS and Australia's being a UNS satellite, Scotland is obligated to respond to a possible "blockade" near or of one of its related territories, regardless of the reasoning for the said action.
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| February 11, 2010, 1:49 am
Quoting Connor Mulders
By the way, can I purchase 200 Komodo MBT's for about 12 billion?


Sorry, I dont accept trading from a possible enemy that will use my own tanks againts me..

Anyway, With more foreign forces in the Arafura Sea, NROI requesting Ukraine's help to deal with this problem..
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| February 11, 2010, 5:14 am
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
In response to Texas' possible intervention:

The more foreign forces that become involved with this plight, the more complicated the political situation becomes. I believe that the SSW and New Zealand forces in the area will be significant in holding the peace. If Texas still wishes to send a peacekeeping force, I believe a small "police-like" force will suffice. Connor may be newly appointed, but Scotland is keeping him in check.
Scotland doesn't want this reply to offend Texas in anyway, but as a member of the UNS and Australia's being a UNS satellite, Scotland is obligated to respond to a possible "blockade" near or of one of its related territories, regardless of the reasoning for the said action.

No offense taken, in fact, if I were being blockaded I would do the same. Your ships are granted to refuel with my carriers if needed.
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Texas has declared "An era of well being" (because of all the resources discovered in Haiti, Venezuela and Columbia)
This will go down in history books as a-possibly short-period of time where Texas' economy is/was booming and our borders are/were
expanding. Now because we are doing quite well, we are going to keep it on the down low, kick back, relax, and keep the peace when needed.
Protesters are beginning to settle down because of the ending of all of our wars and our withdrawal from foreign nations. This is not to say, justice will not be served to those who need a big dose of it, but we have been quite aggressive lately, causing a some tension between other nations and want to make it up.
To do so, all embargoes are lifted from Prussia and "Liberated Russia". Trading is also open for all leaders. We are willing to sell oil at
56 US dollars a barrel, or 100 million US dollars for one million barrels.
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Russian governors were installed today and the Texas-Liberated Russia census is being taken. The Texas census, taken not over a period time, but as more territories are gained, will also be taken over this month.

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| February 11, 2010, 6:31 pm
Comment moderation needed.
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| February 11, 2010, 6:32 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Comment moderation needed.

It went to the MOCpages Administration.
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| February 11, 2010, 6:44 pm
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Quoting Connor Mulders
Trust me, you won't find a speck of desert dust floating above Indonesia.

By the way, can I purchase 200 Komodo MBT's for about 12 billion?

Granted Indonesia has rejected your offer, I'm sure either Rome or myself can grant you tanks to hold you over until you can either establish your own design or try for another order elsewhere or with Indonesia once more. Just food for thought.
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| February 11, 2010, 6:48 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
It went to the MOCpages Administration.

A cr-pload of writing, gone to waste.
Scr-w you little babies of mocpages!
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| February 11, 2010, 6:59 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Anyway, With more foreign forces in the Arafura Sea, NROI requesting Ukraine's help to deal with this problem..

I am at hand to provide military support at your call. My Navy division from Madagascar regularly roams the Indian Ocean, so they will be able to assist. If you would allow me to station an air wing in East Timor, I could station as many as 25 Su-51s, one Ar-59, and 30 Tu-225s to be used in case of emergency.
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| February 11, 2010, 7:37 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
I am at hand to provide military support at your call. My Navy division from Madagascar regularly roams the Indian Ocean, so they will be able to assist. If you would allow me to station an air wing in East Timor, I could station as many as 25 Su-51s, one Ar-59, and 30 Tu-225s to be used in case of emergency.


My airfields always open for fellow CAS member.
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| February 11, 2010, 8:48 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
In response to Texas' possible intervention:

The more foreign forces that become involved with this plight, the more complicated the political situation becomes. I believe that the SSW and New Zealand forces in the area will be significant in holding the peace. If Texas still wishes to send a peacekeeping force, I believe a small "police-like" force will suffice. Connor may be newly appointed, but Scotland is keeping him in check.
Scotland doesn't want this reply to offend Texas in anyway, but as a member of the UNS and Australia's being a UNS satellite, Scotland is obligated to respond to a possible "blockade" near or of one of its related territories, regardless of the reasoning for the said action.

No offense taken.
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Texas is declaring this a period of "Prosperous Times." With our economy and borders booming the Texas economy is at the highest point in history. Weather this is a long period of time or a few months is up to how things go. We have discovered more oil in Haiti and Venezuela than Texas could imagine. However we will not let this get to our heads. We will just go were the wind blows us. The pr*testers are even calming down with the Liberation of Russia and withdrawal of troops from S. America.
This does not mean we wont serve justice when needed, but we feel we've been a bit arr*gant, even aggr*ssive towards several nations that did not deserve it. Troops on the Louisiana border are even being reduced by 1/3 to please the SSW. Our oil is being priced at 43 dollars a barrel, or 80 million dollars per million barrels purchased. Trade embargoes are even being lifted from Prussia and its satellites.
(This was my needs moderation comment)
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| February 11, 2010, 11:22 pm
Finally, it's time for a report on the African invasion...

The Egyptian army sent from Nubia to to the target nations has made great progress. In fact, they're doing better than expected. Half of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has been occupied by Egyptian and Ukrainian forces, despite moderately heavy resistance. A few small towns have been reduced to rubble due to the surprising fact that there were no civilians in the vicinity, only militants and drug traffickers. The 16th Regiment's 23rd Chariot Corps and 4th Attack Recon Corps are dominating the grasslands beyond the Congo River, and on the other side of the River, the infantry, a few tank corps and the hilos are hastily securing and occupying the towns and cities making up the civilized half of this place.

In the People's Republic of the Congo, companies of mechanized infantry, chariots and attack recon units are sweeping across miles of seemingly nothing. We're not sure what happened here- there just doesn't seem to be much "left" here, and we don't know if there was anything much there in the first place.

In Cameroon, much great progress has been made with the help of militants from the Central African Republic. There sure are a lot of RPGs out there, but the hilos and air support help deal with that.

I expect the rest of the DRC to be ours at least by the end of next week, and the People's Republic of the Congo by the middle of next week. Don't quite know what to expect of Cameroon, but it should be ours by sometime next week. That is all for now, thank ye for your continuing support, Jack and Doc.
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| February 12, 2010, 1:21 pm
The Egyptian Army has completed work on its new Super War Chariot. The front of the body has been majorly re-done, it has a new bubble windshield, a rack of six anti-tank missiles, and an even better engine, all while maintaining the same size. The chariot is now an effective tank killer.
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| February 12, 2010, 1:38 pm
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The first wave of Marines hit Iceland awfully hard earlier today. Our intel suggest that the MCAP flights have leveled the majority of the coastal defenses and few immediate casualties were sustained. However, granted the island had some time prepare before the SSW actually arrived, the enemy should be nice and frosty. Now, I wait for the CM to justify the actual combative suggestion.

The Czech military has been mobilized today. Their armour has been tracking miles by the dozens and is heading towards the border. The SSW has been tracking their movement quite closely with UAVs. If the enemy crosses the border at any time, said aerial units will be eliminating the chain of command in fast succession. Most of the actual conflict will be happening in eastern Czech granted the industrial centers of the west are wanted to survive once the war does commence. Time is the only barrier as of yet.
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| February 12, 2010, 8:23 pm
Australia would like to declare a formal apology to the Republic of Indonesia. We meant that the terrorists were driven out from Indonesia, not coming and going as they please. All Australian Navy and Australian Air Force personnel are to pull out from the area and we will pay you $15 billion Australian for compensation.

@Dr. Spontaneous
Sure, can I have 300 Advanced Main Battle Tanks for 20 billion?
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| February 13, 2010, 2:25 pm
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Quoting Connor Mulders
Australia would like to declare a formal apology to the Republic of Indonesia. We meant that the terrorists were driven out from Indonesia, not coming and going as they please. All Australian Navy and Australian Air Force personnel are to pull out from the area and we will pay you $15 billion Australian for compensation.

@Dr. Spontaneous
Sure, can I have 300 Advanced Main Battle Tanks for 20 billion?

Granted you're a great interests in the UNS, I'll grant you 50 of the AMBTs as a gift and reduce the price to $3.5 billion SSO for the rest. You'll also receive ten of the newer Mk.IIs in the near future to boost your what would be 4.5 generation land defenses.
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| February 13, 2010, 2:37 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Granted you're a great interests in the UNS, I'll grant you 50 of the AMBTs as a gift and reduce the price to $11.5 billion SSO for the rest. You'll also receive ten of the newer Mk.IIs in the near future to boost your what would be 4.5 generation land defenses.


As a thanks, I will send a squadron of my new F-35A+ fighters to Africa to help in the conflict.
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| February 13, 2010, 4:25 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders
Australia would like to declare a formal apology to the Republic of Indonesia. We meant that the terrorists were driven out from Indonesia, not coming and going as they please. All Australian Navy and Australian Air Force personnel are to pull out from the area and we will pay you $15 billion Australian for compensation.

@Dr. Spontaneous
Sure, can I have 300 Advanced Main Battle Tanks for 20 billion?

That's about 70 million per tank.
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| February 13, 2010, 6:58 pm
70 Millon per tank is a lot. You could use that money in case of an economic downturn.
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| February 13, 2010, 7:17 pm
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The Czech Republic made it's move as of 2035 hours EST today. Several dozen armoured columns advanced over the respect boundary into Slovakia. The UAVs in the area were able to eliminate most of the preliminary forward enemy units and the mobilized SRMA forces were able subdue the enemy advancements for the moment. Su-51s have been scrambled quickly to make sure air dominance is ours. As this happens, MCAPs will be flying the entire theatre to destroy the armour from above once the mobile AAA is destroyed. The citizens in the area have been removed from the immediate area and the few that remain will be left to their fate. Victory is rest assured in any case due to their landlocked situation. Further news will be released at a later date.
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| February 13, 2010, 9:45 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders
Australia would like to declare a formal apology to the Republic of Indonesia. We meant that the terrorists were driven out from Indonesia, not coming and going as they please. All Australian Navy and Australian Air Force personnel are to pull out from the area and we will pay you $15 billion Australian for compensation.

Apology accepted, it wasnt your fault. I believe i also contributing in this problem.

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| February 14, 2010, 12:03 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout
Apology accepted, it wasnt your fault. I believe i also contributing in this problem.


Even still, as a sign of respect, I will allow you to have access to all of the Australian Air Force bases for refueling and re-arming.
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| February 14, 2010, 3:24 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
Hey all. Ever since I started mapping here, y'all seem kind of cool, so I thought I'd try to jump in, if you don't mind. Territory wise, I'd like to claim modern-day Republic of Macedonia. Government type would be a federal democracy, capitalist economic system (good social programs though). Faction wise, I support the UNS.

Militarily, I have a small (13000ish) strong military armed mostly with highly upgraded US hardware imported around 2025ish). No navy (landlocked), and I am interested in acquiring some good multi-role aircraft for my inventory.

I am willing to sell you air craft.
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| February 18, 2010, 8:56 pm
War with the Caroline Islands is nearly over, with one last island left. Military units have surrounded the last government building and tanks and helicopters are starting to prepare for the final assault. In the Western Caroline Islands, they have been granted semi-control of the government, sort of like 13 colonies but not a colony, just an area we control.

In Peru, PCU forces have made a strong push, controlling a large portion of the rain forest. Some of the PCU forces stationed there under my control have started to leave due to other PCU territories and the AIS being there and not being needed.

In PCU, riots have finally ended as the military has stated they will use military force if they are prompted to.

In response to Evan joining, we'd love to help you out sometime.
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| February 18, 2010, 9:07 pm
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Governing ministries, districts, and military acting zones will be re-organized through the rest of this month and the next. Since the large land-takes have increased the SSW exponentially, issues of representation have been of concern. The American States will still retain their traditional system to allow an ease of transition back into the whole US once it is united in the proper sense. If the Czech Republic is ever administrated, a single ministry will be set for said nation and Slovakia because the people(s) of both areas are quite similar.

On note of the Czech War, a great portion of their armour has been neutralized thanks to the UAVs and the SRAF acting quickly to the invasion party. The enemy has been noted to be withdrawing with artillery strikes covering their retreat. Target designation will occur tonight to provide an opening for the SRMA to mobilize. Also, Operation: High-Point will be launched tonight as well to capture the Wounded Beast. The targets will the cities of Ostrava and Zin. If all goes well, this will provide a net behind their lines and a clear path to mop-up and head for Prague for the claim of victory.
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| February 18, 2010, 9:15 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
Thanks for the warm welcome all. :)

Well, I need to equip my armed forces more than they are at the start, so I'm looking for a good multi-purpose jet. Thanks for the offer Cole.

No problem.
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| February 18, 2010, 10:29 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
I am interested in acquiring some good multi-role aircraft for my inventory.

Perhaps you'd be interested in some of my U.N.S.F/A-18 Blue Hornets or some of my earlier models of my C-F/A-22s.
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| February 19, 2010, 12:29 am
Quoting Evan Melick
Thanks for the warm welcome all. :)

Well, I need to equip my armed forces more than they are at the start, so I'm looking for a good multi-purpose jet. Thanks for the offer Cole.

Hyperfalcons, Ho-XIIs and Black Eagle IIs are for sale here.
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| February 19, 2010, 5:17 pm
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The operations last night went quite well with the estimated enemy casualty rate being near 250 killed and at least another 1,100 neutralized via injury. Also, internal contacts (insurgents) have been made of use within the Czech Republic. They have been able to designate targets within Urban areas utilizing IR beacons resembling cell phones. Precision bombings were able to eliminate mortar teams, controlled urban centers, MG nests, and a variety of other harassing elements. Ostrava and Zin are expected to be lost to the enemy completely in two weeks' time and the majority of their forces should be neutralized in another three. However, with the enemy in retreat and a promising foothold has been established in their lines, most of these dates can be pushed forward. Hopefully.

On note of internal affairs, the European districts have been re-organized and will go in-effect at the conclusion of the Nordic War. America has also been completed and will serve as two districts for ministry representation, but will otherwise still function as an American system. South America has been made into five new districts and will be adhered to immediately granted most of the issues there are minuscule. All other states are still in development.
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| February 19, 2010, 5:18 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
I am interested in acquiring some good multi-role aircraft for my inventory.

I can sell you some F-35A+'s with radar upgrades.
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| February 19, 2010, 5:24 pm
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The SSW has taken great interest in Macedonia and the assurance of its governing health. It has been requested that a Peacekeeping brigade be dispatched to said nation because of neighboring upset due to the new rise of power. It has been suggested that armed measures (combative retaliation) may be of some entailment. An armoured air wing of 30 LCGs will also be flown in tonight to provide a bit of cover in allied skies. Also, delegates to negotiate the actual placement of Macedonia in the UNS and contemporary SSW alliance will be sent to begin talks. If anything is deemed false or incorrect, Macedonia can be addressed to vouch for all of the above actions.
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| February 20, 2010, 12:07 am
Sad news, with the health of my dog steadily decreasing with problems with her hips and a torn tendon (in her hip/upper leg), it has been decided that further variation(s) on the F/K-19s will be cancelled...
It saddens me to leave mydog as I am going to Florida for a week on Tuesday in case the worst possiblity happens while I am away, because I don't wish to leave her since we have been through so much, like the time I was laying down on the floor, and she came around and sat on my chest. It was pretty funny because she wouldn't let me get up and every time I tried to get up she'd look at me and (playfully)growl.
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| February 20, 2010, 1:53 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
Aight, thanks. Just name your price, I'm looking for two dozen. Also an estimate of about how long it will take to deliver the aircraft. Once I get my footing I may be back for some gunships and/or transport helicopters, idk.

I am willing to supply gunships, if you want them. I have another gunship in the making, but is still a very slow work in progress. It won't be combat ready for at least a month.
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| February 20, 2010, 5:17 pm
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As an unlucky circumstance of war, a high-ranking officer was killed in action today on during his transit the new field CP. Artillery barrages were able to make a few hard hits during today's early morning hours before major bombing runs were initiated. This has put a great anxiety on security and actual battlefield effectiveness. An investigation has been opened in lieu of a possible internal unit of opposing insurgents.

Elsewhere in the Czech Republic, the operations in Zin and Ostrava are making excellent progress with lessening resistance due to the force-concentration east and the supplements to Prague for capital reinforcements. Hopes are that Zin will fall first so a further airdrops can be made in the area. The more extended view is that a coup can be staged within Prague to overthrow the totalitarian regime while keeping the western factories intact.

In other news, the much larger counterpart to the small LUT has reached the full production phase after field alterations have delayed its public appearance. This unit follows under the acronym of MUT, or Medium Utility Truck, and has been in service for the past three months. The first supplement on the international market to meet the Macedonian order.
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| February 20, 2010, 11:14 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
I am interested in acquiring some good multi-role aircraft for my inventory.

Welcome, and I on behalf the the Pacific Union will offer you the sales of our Gyrfalcon. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gus_indo/sets/72157622775952789/
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| February 21, 2010, 12:16 am
The Caroline Islands War has finally finished with PCU and Eastern Caroline Islander Forces finally dispelling of the Western Caroline Forces from their resistance. HAH-1s flew over the capitol building this morning and dropped confetti while tank crews and infantry celebrated before they return to Oregon on Monday. A new Governor has been chosen by the Official Governators to head the new country and will be arriving sometime in the next few hours to deliver a speech to the new territory. In the meantime, plans for a naval and Air Force base on the Caroline Islands called Olivia Ann Naval and Air Base (named after one of my non-h@ted cousins). Plans so far have been successful but a vote will be needed.

In Peru, forces also had a celebration, although on a much smaller scale. When news came in of PCU victory, there were cheers but a mortar landing in the midst of the base quieted them and they returned to business, although with much higher morale. The 10,000 Idaho troops in Peru will soon be joined by the 5,000 that will be flying in from Caroline, after their two-week leave of course.

Plans have been drawn up to re-build our MAV-1 due to it having wheels and not tracks. MAV-1 orders have stopped and the new MAV-2 plans have been issued to them. Use of the same parts will greatly benefit Idaho Labs but they will have to modify existing MT-2 track systems to fit the new MAV-2. A fascinating week in PCU has finally come to an end.
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| February 21, 2010, 9:55 am
Canberra is proud to announce success against the invading UMN troops. Today at 12:00 p.m., Australian F-35A+'s were able to intercept and destroy a convoy of about 80 enemy T-80 tanks and BMP-1 IFV's along the coast near the captured city of Darwin. Another convoy of 28 tanks was ambushed by 32 "Dingo" Advanced Main Battle Tank received from Vigilance Defense Systems. Neither Australian force lost any equipment to the convoys.

Also, 4 F-35A+'s were scrambled to intercept 10 Su-27 "Flanker" fighters. After a direct warning through both radio and radar, the F-35A+'s unleashed their medium-range infrared AIM-85 Scorpion missiles. All Flankers were shot down, and although all enemy pilots ejected, they were captured and taken in for questioning.

As a final note, Sredlum Industries is developing a new air-superiority fighter for the Australian Air Force. It is to be called the F-65 Death Adder, and will be similar in design and shape to the Sukhoi PAK FA.
It is due to be delivered in a few months.
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| February 21, 2010, 6:50 pm
Aggrivating News to share, Okay, when I head down to Florida I was hoping to see NASA launch a Weather Satellite that was going to take place on March 1st but, NASA postponed the launch until the next day (March 2nd) which happens to be the day I return home. It's infuriating >:(
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| February 21, 2010, 11:47 pm
Liberty! That was the cry in Darwin after the Australian Army managed to secure the city and it's suburbs. The fight for the city began at 9:00 a.m by launching F-35A+'s equipped with anti-tank missiles over the city to bomb all armor that the UMN had at it's disposal. After enemy armor was eliminated, Dingo tanks advanced on the Government of the Northern Territory buildings. Although they faced heavy enemy resistance for several hours, they managed to secure the entire city by 6:00 p.m. However, the city came under fire from cruise missiles around 6:40 p.m launched from destroyers out in the harbor. In response, the Australian Navy's Sydney class aircraft carrier RAS Melbourne and the 3rd Carrier Fleet were sent to dispose of the destroyers. After numerous air strikes, all 4 destroyers were under the waves.

Losses for Australian Army:
-26 killed
-51 wounded
-1 Dingo knocked out
-2 damaged

Losses for Australian Air Force:
-2 F-45 Redbacks destroyed
-1 F-35A+ heavily damaged
-Light Damage to other craft
-12 ground crew killed when enemy SU-27 dropped bomb on air base

Losses for Australian Navy:
-58 men killed
-One PT boat sunk
-Heavy damage to destroyer RAS Glorious
-Light damage to RAS Melbourne

Losses for UMN:
-120 killed
-200 POWs
-25 SU-27 shot down
- 5 SU-25 destroyed
-39 T-80 tanks destroyed
- 4 destroyers sunk
-3 cruisers sunk

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| February 22, 2010, 6:18 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
I just realized you posted this sorry. :(

I'd like to actually order twenty four of these, as I find these a better alternative to Rome's aircraft (although I will be back for some attack aircraft...). If you could name the price for twenty four of your Gyrefalcon and aprox. how long delivery would take it would be awesome. Thank ye.


If you have interest in acquiring a gunship, NROI would like to introduce our new gunship, GH-78 "Annihilator" gunship to your new nation
http://www.flickr.com/photos/shoot_first_ask_later/4355658254/
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| February 23, 2010, 6:13 am
As I am currently waiting for the aircraft to land so we can head down to Florida I might as well continue posting I the group or annoy my sister by slapping out some rectal gas heehee;

New variants of the Magnetic Thrust Vectoring Nozzels has been comming along smoothly, it will have a switch which will activate and deactivate the magnets and also to open and shut the pellet injection tubes. My reasons for having the magnets power ajustable is this:
When the engines are on and burning the pellets are injected into the engines and will continue to be injected into the engines until they are shut off. This however causes the melted pellets to resolidify and fuse the insides of the engines, after looking at the old engines and running a lot of tests we came up with this MAJOR flaw in the Thruster's design.

Okay for this to work all Magnets and pellet injectors MUST be shut off until after takeoff, once in the air turn on the components and carry on your way. When you are finished your mission or whatever, and your on your way back shut off ALL Magnetic Thrust Components when your about 10-15 minutes away from landing, this way you burn out excess melted iron and you will not get a massive build up of melted iron in your engines.
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| February 23, 2010, 6:53 am
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