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International Conversation Forum Pt.XXVII
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The other one has reached it's limit and I'm doing this at midnight, so I'll do the highlights later. Use this thread.
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| March 21, 2010, 11:57 pm
Australia would like to announce the development of a new technology known as Antimatter Thrust. This new propulsion, (powered by antimatter, of course), will theoretically deliver enough power for aircraft to reach hypersonic speeds and allow an aircraft to stay airborne for decades. It will be fitted onto Australia's new Air Superiority aircraft, along with the F-35 fleet.

In other news, I'm at the airport in Quito and soon going home to Toronto.
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| March 22, 2010, 6:44 am
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Quoting Connor Mulders
Australia would like to announce the development of a new technology known as Antimatter Thrust. This new propulsion, (powered by antimatter, of course), will theoretically deliver enough power for aircraft to reach hypersonic speeds and allow an aircraft to stay airborne for decades. It will be fitted onto Australia's new Air Superiority aircraft, along with the F-35 fleet.

In other news, I'm at the airport in Quito and soon going home to Toronto.


Do you know how expensive antimatter is to create, and how hard it is to store?


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| March 22, 2010, 12:11 pm
@Awsome
Yes I do, but I know how to store it effectivly and safely. It won't cost more than 30 billion dollars, and anyways, I'm only making small batches of a few micrograms per fighter, although if anybody wants any (which I doubt, no one cares about my programs), I will sell some of my antimatter for a million a speck.
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| March 22, 2010, 2:24 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders
@Awsome
Yes I do, but I know how to store it effectivly and safely. It won't cost more than 30 billion dollars, and anyways, I'm only making small batches of a few micrograms per fighter, although if anybody wants any (which I doubt, no one cares about my programs), I will sell some of my antimatter for a million a speck.

Trust me, you may be able to harness its power but at this stage there is NO WAY to safely contain it. If anyone would use this stuff it would be us, Prusso-Egypt always makes enormous investments in scientific research. Seven of our best scientists were killed while attempting to contain antimatter. Please, don't mess around with that stuff.
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| March 22, 2010, 10:12 pm
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This morning construction crews left from Russia by barge to renovate Goodfellow AFB. They are being escorted by an Aircraft carrier. They should arrive in Texas later in the week, and hopefully work can begin early next week.
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| March 23, 2010, 12:32 am
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Trust me, you may be able to harness its power but at this stage there is NO WAY to safely contain it. If anyone would use this stuff it would be us, Prusso-Egypt always makes enormous investments in scientific research. Seven of our best scientists were killed while attempting to contain antimatter. Please, don't mess around with that stuff.

Agreed, It was too much of a hastle to work with antimatter at least for now. What we need to do is figure out the opposing characteristics of antimatter and use them to contain it... I think.....
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| March 23, 2010, 1:15 am
NROI would like to inform that Cambodia and Laos has surrender and officially joining under NROI power to once again bring peace to surrounding nations. We also would like to inform that we're planning to change the name of our nation from New Republic of Indonesia(NROI)into United South East Asian nations(USEAN) as soon Vietnam and (hopefully) Myanmar willing to Surrender..

We also planning to host an International Fleet review 2036 from mid April to end of April in Bunaken Island ( the very same place as IRF'09). Every foreign Nations are allowed to participate in the event.
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| March 23, 2010, 2:28 am
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Trust me, you may be able to harness its power but at this stage there is NO WAY to safely contain it. If anyone would use this stuff it would be us, Prusso-Egypt always makes enormous investments in scientific research. Seven of our best scientists were killed while attempting to contain antimatter. Please, don't mess around with that stuff.


Uh, yes there is a way to contain it. Watch Angels and Demons and you will see that they contain it in a magnetic field. Same principal for Australia. Anyways, what we do with our science is our problem. So if you wake up in a few days to find that the project backfired and Sydney is gone, you know to blame ME and ME only.

@Evan
Ah, but this is the future. I could put any amount of money into the project.
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| March 23, 2010, 6:33 am
Quoting Connor Mulders

Uh, yes there is a way to contain it. Watch Angels and Demons and you will see that they contain it in a magnetic field...


True but, how do intend to use the antimatter, if memory serves me correctly if the antimatter comes into contact with matter, it would create the "Big Bang" explosion, not too mention the amount of power that will be needed to contain the antimatter aswell as keep the magnetic field up and operational.

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| March 23, 2010, 4:54 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
As an admin, I retain the power to shoot down any ridiculous and/or out of context claims that may be made. This one of those claims.

Keep the technology to some limits here, don't do anything radically different than what could be feasible by today's standards. Just stick to modern - near future technology, not animatter use or anything else ridiculous.

Seconded.

In any case, SSW forces in Maldives have reached a progression level nearing 64% captured or secured. Some of the NLSUs in the area were Jerry-rigged to prevail as barges reducing the need to travel along targeted inter-island pathways (many of which are sand-based). Hopefully, a surrender will be issued later this week granted that little resistance has actually been observed. If this is actually a plan of deceit, another week should end the war in Maldives.
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| March 23, 2010, 6:17 pm
Idaho Intelligence has found that Peruvian rebels are planning something, something big. A new 1,000 troops were landed today and are going to be protecting the major buildings.
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| March 23, 2010, 11:08 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Idaho Intelligence has found that Peruvian rebels are planning something, something big. A new 1,000 troops were landed today and are going to be protecting the major buildings.

AIS forces are also on high alert and have been retreated back to entirely owned villages and towns along with vehicles. Checkpoints have been situated at entrances to the towns, and a fresh 1500 troops have been landed in Peru. 700 of these are to remain in Lima, the rest will meet the main AIS assault force at Pucallpa in east-central Peru.

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| March 24, 2010, 12:58 pm
Texas has now unveiled its very first multi-role aircraft platform with the HAA-36 (formerly the MFJ-36) and will shortly be redesigned into the MFJ-36 Mk. II. We have now decreased our independence on foreign aircraft, cutting lotsa spending that was going to have to be done sometime.
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| March 24, 2010, 7:13 pm
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The Chief of Staff, RA was pleased today to find he had a few minutes of free time after computer class to hop on MOCpages.

The clash between Texas and some of the PCU states seems to have resolved without blows...though I must say it's inconclusive. Alaska will not stand for such devision on the continent. We can't afford it: you know that as well as I do.


Alaska is in the process of designing a 6th-gen fighter to replace the last legacy fighters and bolster the F-22 and F-35...also the 2040 bomber is in the testing phase. By the time I get back home I'll be ready to start building.
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| March 24, 2010, 7:50 pm
Quoting Michael Ford
The Chief of Staff, RA was pleased today to find he had a few minutes of free time after computer class to hop on MOCpages.

The clash between Texas and some of the PCU states seems to have resolved without blows...though I must say it's inconclusive. Alaska will not stand for such devision on the continent. We can't afford it: you know that as well as I do.


Alaska is in the process of designing a 6th-gen fighter to replace the last legacy fighters and bolster the F-22 and F-35...also the 2040 bomber is in the testing phase. By the time I get back home I'll be ready to start building.

Although I would like to say Texas can forget, I must say we will continue to fly solo.
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| March 24, 2010, 8:10 pm
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The SSW has just passed the billing for the IMESS Mk.II infantry system to be produced under the title of Future Infantry Combat Integration System (FICIS or "fy-sus"). This new upgrade of the IMESS will be the full involvement of the generalized infantryman with all ground forces. Direct communication with armour and their remote automated systems (i.e. CROWS) and said vehicles wide-band communication array; direct communication with all unmanned systems upon command; and squad health relay. All other previous systems will be kept minus the self-contained wide-band array granted direct vehicle links will mean no need for this.

Also, the SSW is interested in investing at least 40 "Jackson" MBTs to be utilized by the SRMC. These will serve as first-wave invasionary armour. Payment is of your choice.
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| March 24, 2010, 8:18 pm
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Many thanks go to Macedonia. All accommodations for the use of industrial centers will be settled, so feel free to utilize them at your whim. Same goes for the FICIS program.
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| March 24, 2010, 8:56 pm
The Idaho Military has developed a new type of missile to be fitted on to jets, bombers, boats, and helicopters. It's 99% effective, with a low fail rate.
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| March 26, 2010, 9:56 pm
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Marines in the Maldives have secured all of their objectives as of early this morning. SRMA soldiers will be deployed to take the place of the reserved Marines on the island so that they may return to the bases in the UAE as to finish their training with Armenian trainers. Macedonian troops within the collaborative forces may begin with their withdrawal without error now granted all areas are under strict security protocol.

On the home-front, taxes on civilian sales and localized lotteries have been reduced to make a better keeping with the residents. This will hopefully reduce the tension of the overexercised tax dollar and the troubled government forcing it into payment.
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| March 29, 2010, 5:12 pm
The AIS would like to know about the status of the giving of a part of Iceland from the SSW. The SSW had previously said that they would give a part of Iceland to the AIS, but we would not longer like to receive a part of Iceland. In exchange we would like an area of Florida, perhaps the Tampa Bay area. Any sum will be paid in addition to the submission of territory in Iceland.

As for the war it Peru, there has been a major rebel attack on the AIS and PCU forces at Pucallpa. The rebels regrouped after a short break in the fighting and formed a huge 4000-man battle force. They attacked late last night, a dark, foggy, moonless night and razed the town. Almost all vehicles were sabotaged, and PCU/AIS casualties are estimated at 700 dead and 850 dead. At least 1040 civilians have been confirmed as dead. AIS authorities have vowed a terrible vengeance upon "These horrible terrorists."

3000 fresh troops and 50 AH-72s have been landed in Peru. They have already been sent to Pucallpa to aid in cleanup and protection of the town.
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| March 29, 2010, 7:19 pm
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Quoting Rocky W.
The AIS would like to know about the status of the giving of a part of Iceland from the SSW. The SSW had previously said that they would give a part of Iceland to the AIS, but we would not longer like to receive a part of Iceland. In exchange we would like an area of Florida, perhaps the Tampa Bay area. Any sum will be paid in addition to the submission of territory in Iceland.

Misreading on Iceland. It was told that basing rights with militant sovereignty (acting without need to contact local government) would be given so that the AIS would not need to make a presence nor have to re-supply the area from so far below. On note of Florida, the SAP is closed to all foreign governments from entering the area because of the need to protect certain assets.
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| March 29, 2010, 9:08 pm
The variation of the new C-F/A-22E Velociraptor has been approved and has also already been named the C-F/A-22F Silence Raptor!
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| March 30, 2010, 8:05 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
The variation of the new C-F/A-22E Velociraptor has been approved and has also already been named the C-F/A-22F Silence Raptor!

I would suggest "Silent Raptor" instead of "Silence Raptor." :-)
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| March 30, 2010, 10:02 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
I would suggest "Silent Raptor" instead of "Silence Raptor." :-)

Thats reserved for the H variant, you should see the list I have for C-F/A-22 aircraft names!
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| March 30, 2010, 10:07 pm
AIS forces are at high alert in Pucallpa. The town is in lockdown. No vehicles save AIS/PCU vehicles and confirmed and searched medical vehicles are being admitted into the city.

Several wounded soldiers and civilians have died, bringing the death toll of troops to approx. 1000 and of civilians to approx. 1425.

Operation Esparta, as the AIS/PCU joint venture of vengeance agains the rebels is being called, is in full swing. A village taken over by the rebels has been liberated. Rebels are slowly being pushed out of the country because of the new morale for vengeance. Public support for the war has surged now because of the media coverage of the mass killing of their troops and civilians.
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| March 30, 2010, 11:08 pm
A Special Operations Squad affiliated with the PCU infiltrated the Rebel headquarters in Peru, after weeks of searching for it. A flare was popped on top of the underground area, and the rebels engaged the troops. An airstrike hit the bunker, destroying the heavily fortified entrance. Three more squads moved in and attacked the compound. After a few tense hours of flushing out the resistance in the compound, we have found that the three main rebel leaders either escaped in the confusion, or were not there.

Idaho Intelligence, although pleased with the results, have still retained the high alert in Peru.
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| March 30, 2010, 11:09 pm
Operation Esparta has been approved by the Idaho Intelligence, and steps to protect our assets have been taken.

In a large town with paved roads in East Peru, PCU troops have barricaded the town after a bombing and have tried to search every building. After finding many rebels in hiding, Idaho has placed three PCU Temporary Command Bases around the city and on the edge of the forests.
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| March 30, 2010, 11:27 pm
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SSW Marines were successfully withdrawn and replaced with troops from the SRMA during the latter part of yesterday and the final mop up teams will be sent in today to secure any non-secure caches of foreign equipment. Localized markets have been reopened and Maldivian life continues.

In other news, the SSW has opened a specialized training program for night combat. This will relay an extensive amount of time being dedicated to applying skills found in SOFs as well as more exampled tracking skills. Armour training schools have been opened in the UAE and Argentina as well for extreme terrain and environmental exercising. These schools will also go hand-in-hand with the two new SRMC expeditionary units that have been established.
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| March 31, 2010, 2:06 pm
AIS forces would like to be allowed command of PCU and Idaho Intelligence forces pledged to Operation Esparta. PCU can take away as many troops and vehicles as they would like from the project, or not even join in. PCU forces would likewise be allowed command of AIS forces also pledged to Operation Esparta.

AIS officials have allowed entry into research/logistics/real-time battle assistance roles by the AIS's Organizacin de Inteligencia Encubierta (OIE), or Covert Intelligence Organization. The OIE is the AIS's bureau of intelligence, one might say. The OIE is now taking said roles in Peru.

In other news, another rebel attack has occured at Pucallpa. This time, AIS/PCU joint forces were ready. Thanks to quick work by Idaho Intelligence and OIE officers, AIS/PCU forces stationed at the town were prepared for the attack and routed the rebels, suffering very few losses, inflicting rather heavy losses on the rebels themselves.
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| March 31, 2010, 10:11 pm
Rebel forces were bombed by PCU Manta Bombers today at 2:00 Eastern Time Zone. Expected casualties are to be higher than 300. Immediately afterwards, PCU Special Forces moved through the forests looking for wounded and dazed stragglers.

PCU Casualties: 2
PCU Wounded: 7
PRM Casualties: 478
PRM Wounded: 600
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| March 31, 2010, 10:13 pm
Quoting Rocky W.
AIS forces would like to be allowed command of PCU and Idaho Intelligence forces pledged to Operation Esparta. PCU can take away as many troops and vehicles as they would like from the project, or not even join in. PCU forces would likewise be allowed command of AIS forces also pledged to Operation Esparta.

You are allowed command of Idaho Intelligence as of now. I have to consult the rest of the PCU on whether or not you can have partial command of them as of now.
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| March 31, 2010, 10:19 pm
Over fifteen thousand troops are being sent to White Sands, New Mexico for the new Sherman Training Operation, which will improve Texas troops skills in desert warfare.
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| March 31, 2010, 10:57 pm
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Today we welcome in a new dawn of Arabian military doctrine. All over seas combat operations will be shelved for the time being. A full quarter of my active duty forces will be reassigned to the new Homeland defense branch. This new branch will be responsible for defending against an invasion by air land or sea until strike forces can be arranged. For the time being they will receive all of the T-90ARs still on active duty, 10,000 AHMCAVARs, 500,000 active duty troops, all of the new AABMSs, a full 200 of the new Otokar Turtles and 400 of the multi purpose T-117s. The first full squadrons of the SR-171 Spacebird and the Tu-183 Vulture will be under the control of the new Low Space Command. The first five Arabian Class submarines are being commissioned today. They will provide the third prong in my nuclear triad. The Air Force will receive over the next 5-10 days 300 of the Ar-53 Friar light fighter. An evolution of the F-16 but less expensive and stealthy than the F-35.
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| April 1, 2010, 5:02 pm
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@ Texas: I respect your wish to remain free from the URSA, but it really makes me nervous when you and the PCU get up in arms. Take the hint, those PCU members to whom that comment applies...

Following the explosion of a central boiler on board USS Nimitz, the carriers are being brought back to port as able in order to thoroughly examine each carrier and determine which need to be replaced. Several Maintainance experts have suggested the Nimitz be scrapped and the iron used to build a late-generation Ford class carrier. Whether outgoing Nimitz-class ships will be re-built, replaced by Ford-class ships, or replaced with something new entirely is still in debate.

In the mean time, Nimitz's aircraft have been reassigned to Guam and Okinawa to minimize loss of strength in the Pacific. In addition, Air Reserves F-15s have been activated in Alaska to free up another half-dozen Raptors for the Pacific.
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| April 1, 2010, 7:49 pm
Texas has passed a law to organize war into six-degrees, the first of which being Aerial Intervention, where only the Air-Force is utilized to take out small rebellions and what-not. The second degree of war, Military intervention, is where forces like the Army and National guard are used, with a combination of the Air Force and Navy to take out the enemy without declaring war on the nation itself. The third degree of war, Tactical-Warfare, is where the LSR declares war on a nation and does not cease until an agreement is made or the enemy is defeated. All branches of the military are utilized. The fourth, and hopefully the highest degree to ever be used, is Total War, where any living or non-living thing that benefits the country that has been declared war on is the enemy. The military also has the power to use all available resources. The enemy consists of factories, office building, even civilians that benefit your government. All military forces are used, agreements are not accepted, and the fighting will not cease until the said country is utterly destroyed. Anyone who intervenes is an enemy of Texas and will be treated as such.
The fifth degree, a last resort for Texas, is Ballistic-Missile Warfare, where all conventional ICBMs are used when all hope is lost. The sixth and final degree is Tactical Nuclear War, used ONLY as a means of defense when another country fires a nuclear weapon of any type against another country, during tactical nuclear warfare, the country that fires first will probably be invaded captured, and have government and military officials executed. Those my friends, are the Lone Star Republic's "Degrees of warfare."
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| April 1, 2010, 9:07 pm
Quoting Will Gober
Over fifteen thousand troops are being sent to White Sands, New Mexico for the new Sherman Training Operation, which will improve Texas troops skills in desert warfare.

This operation is now being spread across all desert like areas in the LSR, to increase training rates.
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| April 1, 2010, 9:10 pm
As of now, 12:16 Central time, the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt officially declares war on the Democratic Republic of Armenia. The action to be taken immediately, plus all other plans of action, have already been forwarded to the conflict moderator as well as my allies directly participating in this operation.

In this "crusade" Prusso-Egypt vows to reclaim what is rightfully Egypt's and finally liberate the people of the Middle East. Armenia's unending power hunger ends now. Now, we fight, and we conquer, for the freedom of political and cultural independence belongs to the people, always and forever. For Egypt, for the people, for the world, HOOOAH!!!!
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| April 2, 2010, 1:30 am
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
As of now, 12:16 Central time, the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt officially declares war on the Democratic Republic of Armenia. The action to be taken immediately, plus all other plans of action, have already been forwarded to the conflict moderator as well as my allies directly participating in this operation.

In this "crusade" Prusso-Egypt vows to reclaim what is rightfully Egypt's and finally liberate the people of the Middle East. Armenia's unending power hunger ends now. Now, we fight, and we conquer, for the freedom of political and cultural independence belongs to the people, always and forever. For Egypt, for the people, for the world, HOOOAH!!!!

Jefferys the conflict mod right?
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| April 2, 2010, 2:14 am
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
As of now, 12:16 Central time, the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt officially declares war on the Democratic Republic of Armenia. The action to be taken immediately, plus all other plans of action, have already been forwarded to the conflict moderator as well as my allies directly participating in this operation.

In this "crusade" Prusso-Egypt vows to reclaim what is rightfully Egypt's and finally liberate the people of the Middle East. Armenia's unending power hunger ends now. Now, we fight, and we conquer, for the freedom of political and cultural independence belongs to the people, always and forever. For Egypt, for the people, for the world, HOOOAH!!!!

Hey dude who is the conflict Mod?
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| April 2, 2010, 2:46 am
Quoting Cole Atelian
Jefferys the conflict mod right?

Yes, but unfortunately for you he's taking part in the invasion, as well as a few other familiar faces...

...MUAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!

...sorry...
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| April 2, 2010, 3:27 am
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Yes, but unfortunately for you he's taking part in the invasion.

...MUAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!

...sorry...

Wait Wait. No way is a participant being the conflict monitor.
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| April 2, 2010, 3:31 am
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I say Jack should be or Awesome should be. Michael is just not on enough.
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| April 2, 2010, 10:25 am
Texas will remain neutral in all this, but we will be sending an extremely large warfleet into international water and keep it near Africa in cas it gets too bad, we will also be doing reconnaissance over the battle sites and if fired upon will fire back.
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| April 2, 2010, 12:52 pm
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The SSW officially declares war upon Armenia; however, combat has not been seen as of yet. 230,000 allied forces have been dedicated to this cause for the moment. The Armenian training officials in the UAE were captured overnight in an attempt to gain intelligence and the UAE borders have been closed with Martial Law now in effect.
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| April 2, 2010, 1:56 pm
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As of 1600 hours EST, Operation: Kingsmen has been launched. 40,000 mechanized invasionary troops will be mobilizing into through the undefined desert border zone between Saudi Arabia and the UAE. And additional 20,000 have been dispatched to land in and around the areas of Dhahran and Ad Dammam. This landing consists of UACs and MRNCs under MCAP escort in the sky and Su-51 flights to make sure the skies are clear enough in and beyond the area. 10 of the new Jackson tanks acquired from Macedonia and 30 AIFVs will make up the armoured corps for the Marines attacking these areas.
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| April 2, 2010, 4:59 pm
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The Republic of Ukraine will remain neutral in the upcoming conflict. Any un-authorized forces to enter Ukranian territory will be fired upon. (This does not include the lower Suez Canal or Red sea, in which passing forces will be escorted.) Texan standby forces, while neutral, will be allowed to refeul/dock/etc at Madagascar or Somalia, if need arises. I do not wish to become militarily involved in the war, but I will if need be. Fighter patrols will be doubled over Ukranian Territory. 'Tis all for now...
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| April 2, 2010, 5:14 pm
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I'll do the moderation, perhaps Jack and I could team up. He does know more about this military business than I.
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| April 2, 2010, 6:57 pm
I pledge 10 GAP-1s and 10 GAF-1s to the invasion. No ground troops as of yet. However, fifteen Calahaw class destroyers will be stationed in the Mediterranean Sea loaded with 3,000 PCU Marines in case their needed. They should be there in three-four days
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| April 2, 2010, 8:33 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Remember, Rome will offer you resupplies and refuels at your military base in Malta. Take advantage of this strategic element should your commitment heighten. Just something for you to keep in mind, Rome is able to assist.

Thanks, I will remember that in the event that I become involved in the conflict, or I just need to stop in and get some ammo.
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| April 2, 2010, 8:42 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
When ordered today to attack, Brendonian B-2s escorted by F-109s will bomb key cities in Bulgaria. The citizens have been warned in the area and are beginning to evacuate. Which cities will be bombed are highly classified, but they will be key, administrative areas.

For the Navy, Task Force Alpha will proceed to the naval base in Cyprus and will await there for further orders from allies. Task Force Beta will proceed to blockade the Armenian Navy from entering into the group of islands near Greece. From there, they (Reuttiger-Class aircraft carriers) will launch F-17s to bomb key areas and targets and F-109s to provide support. That is all for now.

EDIT: Sorry, I meant B-1s; they really look like B-2s.

Your naval forces need not head to Cyprus- Egypt has that whole side of the Mediterranean covered. Your navy is to immediately crush any Armenians in the Aegean Sea threatening your homeland(DUH!), then head to the Black Sea and take out any enemy forces there. You should get support from Macedonia, who has just joined the conflict, as stated above.

IF there are no Armenian fleets or ships otherwise in the Aegean or Black seas, then your forces and Macedonia's are free to back up mine near Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean.

And Evan, I must thank ye for your joining the conflict. I've created quite the bandwagon here haven't I? We've had quite a lot of these "bandwagon wars" in the past, haven't we... they're certainly becoming a trend.
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| April 2, 2010, 10:15 pm
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The Combined State of Oregon-Washington is staying neutral in this conflict, but we will be upping military alerts as standard protocol during large scale war. The other Pacific Union member states may join if they wish, thus was the vote.
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| April 2, 2010, 10:38 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Your naval forces need not head to Cyprus- Egypt has that whole side of the Mediterranean covered.

Remember you only have 100 ships and no stealth air craft.
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| April 2, 2010, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
The Combined State of Oregon-Washington is staying neutral in this conflict, but we will be upping military alerts as standard protocol during large scale war. The other Pacific Union member states may join if they wish, thus was the vote.

So Awesome you are moding the conflict right?
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| April 2, 2010, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
So Awesome you are moding the conflict right?


Yup. I'll get started later tonight, when everyone's made their move. Funnily enough, I noticed you pulled forces back to Armenia right before Cliffe attacked. You must be well informed, or have foresight... It's also ironic that everyone is attacking with Cliffe, instead of attacking he himself. Seems a bit backwards.
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| April 2, 2010, 10:50 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Yup. I'll get started later tonight, when everyone's made their move. Funnily enough, I noticed you pulled forces back to Armenia right before Cliffe attacked. You must be well informed, or have foresight... It's also ironic that everyone is attacking with Cliffe, instead of attacking he himself. Seems a bit backwards.

No i just ended all foreign expansion it was getting to expensive for my economy. You will get my plans in a few minutes.
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| April 2, 2010, 10:59 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
No i just ended all foreign expansion it was getting to expensive for my economy. You will get my plans in a few minutes.


Sounds good.

Everyone else, turn your plans in to me, I'll smash them together and see what happens.
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| April 2, 2010, 11:00 pm
Five Manta bombers, who were over the Caroline Islands when the declaration of war on Cole happened, have been redirected to Malta, where they will refuel, then they will fly above the combat zone for 7 hours before finally landing in Egypt, if allowed.
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| April 2, 2010, 11:01 pm
The NROI will also remain neutral in this conflict, but we will be sending a small fleet consisting of unarmed supply ships and small number of armed ships to suez canal and set up a neutral First aid/medical station somewhere in there if allowed.
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| April 2, 2010, 11:47 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
I pledge 10 GAP-1s and 10 GAF-1s to the invasion. No ground troops as of yet. However, fifteen Calahaw class destroyers will be stationed in the Mediterranean Sea loaded with 3,000 PCU Marines in case their needed. They should be there in three-four days

In the best interest of peace and prosperity, Idaho has decided NOT to invade Armenia, and to remain allies with them. Invitation to Armenia and Allies again would be welcomed, and I apologize for not helping Cliffe, when I said I would.

In other news, all ships and troops who were pledged are now heading to Peru for a special mission.
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| April 2, 2010, 11:51 pm
Instead, one aircraft carrier, the HGS Oceania, is moving towards Mediterranean waters. Aboard, is ten HAH-1s, 100 PCU troops, and tons of humanitarian aid equipment. Civilians can proceed to three pick up points in the capitals of Armenia and Egypt, and will be held until it is safe for them to return. Pick-ups will proceed until the conflict ends, with three pick-ups a day. Please proceed to your pick-up point now.
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| April 3, 2010, 12:13 am
Givin that a war has broken out the 'Union of Nova Scotia' will put all forces on Emergency Standby condition Red. This is only used as a precaution, offencive stratagies will not be put into action unless directed otherwise by yours truely...
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| April 3, 2010, 1:41 am
Quoting Cole Atelian
Remember you only have 100 ships and no stealth air craft.

Haha, WRONG!!!! That expired long ago. The Hyperfalcon itself is very stealthy! And I've even made the G.E.N. Egypt, a modern battleship, since the last war! Sorry, you were just too inactive to notice, and I believe Spontaneous may have even approved of my expanding numbers at some point... anyway, I must update my statistics page soon. My armies have grown quite large since our last confrontation.
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| April 3, 2010, 2:05 am
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Haha, WRONG!!!! That expired long ago. The Hyperfalcon itself is very stealthy! And I've even made the G.E.N. Egypt, a modern battleship, since the last war! Sorry, you were just too inactive to notice, and I believe Spontaneous may have even approved of my expanding numbers at some point... anyway, I must update my statistics page soon. My armies have grown quite large since our last confrontation.

I agreed to Prussian expansion, but to a reserved limit. Conscripts don't make a dedicated military.
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| April 3, 2010, 2:14 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I agreed to Prussian expansion, but to a reserved limit. Conscripts don't make a dedicated military.

...conscripts???

And man, you're up late!
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| April 3, 2010, 2:18 am
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Cliffe does have a point, it's been a while since that last war, plenty of time to get his military back on the move.

Expect the first war update tomorrow, I'm procrastinating right now (this is how things will go with me as conflict mod, by the way).
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| April 3, 2010, 2:23 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Cliffe does have a point, it's been a while since that last war, plenty of time to get his military back on the move.

Expect the first war update tomorrow, I'm procrastinating right now (this is how things will go with me as conflict mod, by the way).

Yeah, no kidding. I procrastinate as well, and am often busy on top of that. Imma need to update my statistics SOON... when I feel like it...
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| April 3, 2010, 2:25 am
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
...conscripts???

And man, you're up late!

Well, to train regulars and meet the updated numbers I'm sure you're imagining, you'd need a better portion of time than what you've had to build up an elaborate and dedicated unit of force. Most US troops are still considered pretty "green" up until four to six months after their extensive training. And I'm sure any contemporary or future military would just get a smacked wall of individuals wanting to sign up at one time. Conscripts would make the time and numbers match up. But then again, this is only the man-power. My late-night two-cents probably doesn't count for much.
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| April 3, 2010, 2:33 am
Ships of the PCU Humanitarian Fleet have passed Hawaii, saying "Hi!" to Sammy as we go. ETA to the pickup points is 1600 tomorrow.
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| April 3, 2010, 8:57 am
<<<Pharaoh Akhnekemhotep>>>
Greetings, all! It is I, Akhnekemhotep, king of Egypt. I will be speaking on behalf of myself quite often now, so please, be not confused and bear with me!

In non-war related news, my great engineers in Lower Egypt(which is northern Egypt, for those who don't know!) have developed a new model of lightning-power powerplant. A few are already being installed in Lower Egypt, and many more are being shipped to Prussia, where it will be of most use. However, I am looking most forward to trading these machines with my best friends in Greece and Macedonia, for we have nicknamed these massive power stations "Zeus's Batteries." Lolz.

And I sooooo MUST thank ALL OF YOU LOVELY PEOPLE for your joining of my "crusade" against Armenia! This all means more to me than anything else in my life previously, maybe besides building my pyramid(which is still under construction, of course)!!! I truly love you all, and good luck with your parts of the plan!
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Thank ye, Pharaoh, well said.

Wow... things have REALLY slowed down in Prussia these days. I have no clue what Friedrich Wilhelm is doing anymore besides working on Prussia's next MBT, although that is going VERY slowly at the moment. I talked to the leader of one of Prussia's numerous guilds/chivalric orders/fancy-clubs, and he said "Haha, if we were not patriotic and smart as all Prussians are, we would certainly revolt out of sheer boredom!"
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| April 3, 2010, 12:37 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
<<<Pharaoh Akhnekemhotep>>>
Greetings, all! It is I, Akhnekemhotep, king of Egypt. I will be speaking on behalf of myself quite often now, so please, be not confused and bear with me!

In non-war related news, my great engineers in Lower Egypt(which is northern Egypt, for those who don't know!) have developed a new model of lightning-power powerplant. A few are already being installed in Lower Egypt, and many more are being shipped to Prussia, where it will be of most use. However, I am looking most forward to trading these machines with my best friends in Greece and Macedonia, for we have nicknamed these massive power stations "Zeus's Batteries." Lolz.

And I sooooo MUST thank ALL OF YOU LOVELY PEOPLE for your joining of my "crusade" against Armenia! This all means more to me than anything else in my life previously, maybe besides building my pyramid(which is still under construction, of course)!!! I truly love you all, and good luck with your parts of the plan!
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Thank ye, Pharaoh, well said.

Wow... things have REALLY slowed down in Prussia these days. I have no clue what Friedrich Wilhelm is doing anymore besides working on Prussia's next MBT, although that is going VERY slowly at the moment. I talked to the leader of one of Prussia's numerous guilds/chivalric orders/fancy-clubs, and he said "Haha, if we were not patriotic and smart as all Prussians are, we would certainly revolt out of sheer boredom!"

With more and more forces invading Armenia, I am becoming antsy about joining the war, however I will fight the urge and continue to send war-fleets to patrol, by the time this is over Texas should have 650,000 troops in the water and 420 jets patrolling the skies at once, The Desert Training has been cut short just enough for the troops to get their feet wet, or dry I should say.
Bad news for enemies of Texas, we have successfully produced 136 (not including the original 75) MFJ-36 "Bobcat" Heavy attack aircraft, and are beginning to produce 200 more M-35 HMAAC MBTs. Cliffe, you have now ended the Era of Good times in Texas, and will probably cause a third world war.
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| April 3, 2010, 2:28 pm
Quoting Will Gober
Cliffe, you have now ended the Era of Good times in Texas, and will probably cause a third world war.

Its looking like it...
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| April 3, 2010, 3:47 pm
@Texas: Calahaw patrols funded by Idaho would like to tag along, along with three Idaho Intelligence officers.
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| April 3, 2010, 3:59 pm
We are sending adiitional People, aircraft, equipment and/or supplies over to U.N.S.(Union of Nova Scotia) NAVAL Base and the Thule Air base.

In other news, an expansion project for the Thule Air base has been approved, we plan to add 2 more runways a few more aircraft Hangars aswell as a new Radar system!
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| April 3, 2010, 4:12 pm
New SPAM missiles are to be added onto all helicopters, boats, aircraft carriers, tanks, jets, bombers, and destroyers currently in service.
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| April 3, 2010, 4:14 pm
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25 prototypical H-MMCT/CVs have begun fielding with 10 being tested in a cross-country exercise in Europe and 15 being flown in tonight to test in the harsh Saudi desert. Production en masse should occur as soon as the finalized data is relayed mid-week.

On the homefront, the Panama Canal will be closed to all military vessels not within the UNS because of defense issues. This should end a week from now once security forces are able to be recognized and located accordingly.

Amphibious training has opened in marine bases in Sweden and Denmark in case of a secondary offensive. Armoured columns have been running exercises from area starting in the Netherlands to Serbia to ready up for reinforced cross-country combat.
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| April 3, 2010, 8:29 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

On the homefront, the Panama Canal will be closed to all military vessels not within the UNS because of defense issues. This should end a week from now once security forces are able to be recognized and located accordingly.

Hmm, that'll affect fleet movements, but since it os only for the week, it's alright.
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| April 3, 2010, 11:23 pm
Quoting Will Gober
Cliffe, you have now ended the Era of Good times in Texas, and will probably cause a third world war.

Whatever did I do to end an "Era of Good Times" for Texas? In fact, I haven't done a single thing to Texas directly for... oh... maybe a year or two? Unless you count Armenia as one of your allies, which is quite foolish, seeing how inactive it has been for nearly the same amount of time save sporadic posts mainly on homeland security(how ironic).

And I think not that I shall cause a third world war, but shall you. Your behavior over the past month or two has been most... interesting.
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| April 3, 2010, 11:54 pm
MT-2 tanks in Peru were ambushed by a superior force today. The two tanks were surrounded when they just moved forward, crushing up to 20 rebels under the treads.
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| April 4, 2010, 12:05 am
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The troops in the Maldives have officially declared the area secured. The remains of the Coast Guard will be on security detail under the supervision of the Marines left for task command. Martial Law is now in effect until the combined governing party made of both Maldivian and "inner-Swiss" officials. Also, the once the governing finalization occurs, Sakhalin and the Maldives will be become the Combined Eurasian Atoll Provincial Administration (EAP in contraction).

In other news, urban centers throughout the SSW will begin vertical farming. This is a concept that has been around for quite awhile, but without actually becoming tangible. Construction companies in these areas have been sign-on for the effort to get at least 30% of the farms running by mid- to late summer. Fifteen desalination centers will opened with similar efforts. This will reduce the need on fresh water sources inland and also lower some of the tide levels that are excessively high. Namely in the Netherlands, if asked.
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| April 4, 2010, 2:03 pm
The AIS has officially declared war on Armenia. No troops will be sent yet, however, if any shall be sent. 500 OIE operatives and 15 AH-72s have currently been pledged to the operation. The operatives and vehicles have been flown to Armenia to await further orders and to join the PCU troops.

On the Peruvian front, Idaho Intelligence and OIE operatives were airdropped behind enemy lines last night, like an operation a few days ago. BEL (behind enemy lines) operations are to be continued by OIE and II operatives for the next few nights.

Troops and AH-72s are being sent to the towns the operatives are airdropped into to mop up any remaining resistance. OIE and II operative involved are to be returned to Pucallpa to prepare for another covert airdrop mission after the towns are secured.
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| April 4, 2010, 4:37 pm
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Alright, let's see what's going on in the war:

Cole has 600 MiG 68's going around to stop Prussians, 500 more to stop Greeks. That's a lot of planes. The 600 MiG's are engaging Cliffe's Hyperfalcons. The MiG's are semi-stealthy, which is giving the Hyperfalcons a hard time getting a missile lock or whatever they do nowadays, and the Hyperfalcons have the speed advantage (I think). But, the Prussian-Egyptian fighters are being overwhelmed through sheer numbers. Where's the AA? See below.

Tu-183s have been launched from Iran to take out stuff. 15 of them were supposed to shoot down GPS, communication, and spy satellites (they have 10 missiles each). Of who? The Prusso-Egyptians, I guess. And since no one has satellites with weapons, I guess they all got shot down. Cliffe is going to need to use landlines and radio now. Teenage girls will cry as their cell phones are useless.
25 of them are supposed to take out Cliffe's AA batteries all around. Since the Tu-183 is a super high altitude bomber, they're out of missile range, but since they're so high up, they probably missed a few batteries down there.
The final ten bombers are attacking Greek and Prussian-Egyptian government centers, but I recall something about Cliffe having lasers, I think. No idea, you guys will have to fill me in on that so I can conclude the bombing part.

20,000 Greek forces have invaded Bulgaria, but are under attack by Cole's 300 Ar-59's and 400 MiG-75's. F-109's engaged them, but couldn't stop all of them (Cole has a lot of planes!). Thus, the Greeks took some substantial losses from this uber-bombing. 20,000 more Macedonians are en route for back up. Despite the bombing, the Greeks have advanced pretty far into Bulgaria. I don't know how far, I can't tell how far an army under attack from the air can move.

400 MiG-75s and 300 Ar-59's are attacking the Egyptian invasion force, while Sa-27s cover Cole's army as they retreat from Sinai. 300 MiG-51s are flying 300 miles in from the front over Aremenian territory, looking for any aircraft that slip past the uber plane shied on the front. 250 Tu-118s and 75 Tu-22M6's were sent to attack the Egyptian Navy, but they missed them, the navy had already moved out of the Suez. Then 350 2S23s started bombarding the Egypt side of the canal, and will do so until the Egyptian invasion force is near. That shouldn't be too long now.

Meanwhile, at sea, the Greek-Prussian-Egyptians are doing pretty good. Armenian minelayers moved out to mine the Bosporus, but the Greeks beat them there. Now they'll have to worry about the Black Sea Fleet and it's planes. The PE fleet is beating the Aremenians, but it's only a matter of time before those planes find them.

And that is my first war report. It was pretty hard, because you people have so much stuff going all over. I guess that's what happens when you attack the guy with thousands of planes.
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| April 4, 2010, 8:24 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Alright, let's see what's going on in the war:

Cole has 600 MiG 68's going around to stop Prussians, 500 more to stop Greeks. That's a lot of planes. The 600 MiG's are engaging Cliffe's Hyperfalcons. The MiG's are semi-stealthy, which is giving the Hyperfalcons a hard time getting a missile lock or whatever they do nowadays, and the Hyperfalcons have the speed advantage (I think). But, the Prussian-Egyptian fighters are being overwhelmed through sheer numbers. Where's the AA? See below.

Tu-183s have been launched from Iran to take out stuff. 15 of them were supposed to shoot down GPS, communication, and spy satellites (they have 10 missiles each). Of who? The Prusso-Egyptians, I guess. And since no one has satellites with weapons, I guess they all got shot down. Cliffe is going to need to use landlines and radio now. Teenage girls will cry as their cell phones are useless.
25 of them are supposed to take out Cliffe's AA batteries all around. Since the Tu-183 is a super high altitude bomber, they're out of missile range, but since they're so high up, they probably missed a few batteries down there.
The final ten bombers are attacking Greek and Prussian-Egyptian government centers, but I recall something about Cliffe having lasers, I think. No idea, you guys will have to fill me in on that so I can conclude the bombing part.

20,000 Greek forces have invaded Bulgaria, but are under attack by Cole's 300 Ar-59's and 400 MiG-75's. F-109's engaged them, but couldn't stop all of them (Cole has a lot of planes!). Thus, the Greeks took some substantial losses from this uber-bombing. 20,000 more Macedonians are en route for back up. Despite the bombing, the Greeks have advanced pretty far into Bulgaria. I don't know how far, I can't tell how far an army under attack from the air can move.

400 MiG-75s and 300 Ar-59's are attacking the Egyptian invasion force, while Sa-27s cover Cole's army as they retreat from Sinai. 300 MiG-51s are flying 300 miles in from the front over Armenian territory, looking for any aircraft that slip past the uber plane shied on the front. 250 Tu-118s and 75 Tu-22M6's were sent to attack the Egyptian Navy, but they missed them, the navy had already moved out of the Suez. Then 350 2S23s started bombarding the Egypt side of the canal, and will do so until the Egyptian invasion force is near. That shouldn't be too long now.

Meanwhile, at sea, the Greek-Prussian-Egyptians are doing pretty good. Armenian minelayers moved out to mine the Bosporus, but the Greeks beat them there. Now they'll have to worry about the Black Sea Fleet and it's planes. The PE fleet is beating the Armenians, but it's only a matter of time before those planes find them.

And that is my first war report. It was pretty hard, because you people have so much stuff going all over. I guess that's what happens when you attack the guy with thousands of planes.

I suppose I forgot to mention the part where my Hyperhawk supersonic interceptors go take out Cole's space bombers... well, here's the Hyperhawk- http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/103487

We always have some emergency replacement satellites ready, thankfully, but only for the military and they're not near as high quality as the other ones since they are made to be launched quickly as temporary replacements only.

Also, our awesome new stealth-detecting AWACS, although unfortunately never posted on MOCpages, IS in service. Here it is on Flickr:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/34643041@N07/4275080747/

To combat the overwhelming numbers of the Armenian Air Force, we call upon the help of the Roman Aerial Legionnaires. Plus, I am sending the Pharaoh reinforcements from the Prussian Luftwaffe- mainly Ho-XIIs, about 250 of them, plus 250 Black Eagle IIs.

And YES, we have lasers! On pretty much every ship of the Grand Egyptian Navy, used for shooting down missiles, aircraft, and even for boring small holes in enemy ships below the waterline. We also have some land based ones, although they've never been built or MOC'd.

Oh, one last thing- please call my forces Egyptians, because that's really all there is down there except for the Prussian Luftwaffe reinforcements.

Well, thank ye for moderating, good job so far. Keep up your hard work.

/salute
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| April 4, 2010, 8:53 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe

If you don't have them on MOC pages it doesn't matter what you say you have.
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| April 4, 2010, 8:59 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
I suppose I forgot to mention the part where my Hyperhawk supersonic interceptors go take out Cole's space bombers... well, here's the Hyperhawk- http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/103487

We always have some emergency replacement satellites ready, thankfully, but only for the military and they're not near as high quality as the other ones since they are made to be launched quickly as temporary replacements only.

Also, our awesome new stealth-detecting AWACS, although unfortunately never posted on MOCpages, IS in service. Here it is on Flickr:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/34643041@N07/4275080747/

To combat the overwhelming numbers of the Armenian Air Force, we call upon the help of the Roman Aerial Legionnaires. Plus, I am sending the Pharaoh reinforcements from the Prussian Luftwaffe- mainly Ho-XIIs, about 250 of them, plus 250 Black Eagle IIs.

And YES, we have lasers! On pretty much every ship of the Grand Egyptian Navy, used for shooting down missiles, aircraft, and even for boring small holes in enemy ships below the waterline. We also have some land based ones, although they've never been built or MOC'd.

Oh, one last thing- please call my forces Egyptians, because that's really all there is down there except for the Prussian Luftwaffe reinforcements.

Well, thank ye for moderating, good job so far. Keep up your hard work.

/salute


Well then, looks like the the bombings were suddenly not as effective as they were first thought to be. Lasers were hit, lasers shot down stuff, and those sub-orbital bombers have your Hyperhawks to contend with. So there's a few satellites left after all.

Your move, Cole!

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| April 4, 2010, 9:00 pm
Cliffe, since some Satellites of yours were destroyed (I think, if I read Awesome's report correctly) I'll send some "parts" & info for link up to my Comm. Satellite!
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| April 4, 2010, 9:00 pm
The first pickup of Egyptian civilians occurred today, in the Egyptian lands, and Greece. One cargo plane was shot down, killing 126 civilians and 20 PCU Soldiers. Thankfully, hundreds more were saved.
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| April 4, 2010, 9:06 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
The first pickup of Egyptian civilians occurred today, in the Egyptian lands, and Greece. One cargo plane was shot down, killing 126 civilians and 20 PCU Soldiers. Thankfully, hundreds more were saved.


Why in the name of the Caupo would someone shoot down a plane with civilians?
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| April 4, 2010, 9:10 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
Cliffe, since some Satellites of yours were destroyed (I think, if I read Awesome's report correctly) I'll send some "parts" & info for link up to my Comm. Satellite!

Thanks, man! You're the greatest!
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| April 4, 2010, 9:16 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Why in the name of the Caupo would someone shoot down a plane with civilians?

Because a bomb got dropped on it, and it was also a military plane in a conflict. Just a simple matter of wrong place at the wrong time.

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| April 4, 2010, 9:17 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Thanks, man! You're the greatest!

No problem, its always great to think ahead!

The Union of Nova Scotia will also be sending in;
10 C-F/A-22A Harrier Raptors
10 C-F/A-22B Carrier Raptors
10 C-F/A-22C Super Sea Raptors
10 C-F/A-22D Global Raptors
10 C-F/A-22E Velociraptors
26 F-24A Eagle Talons
20 F-24B Razor Bats
30 X-47B Pegusus'
20 of all U.A.V. "V" types each
20 F/K-19A Ki-Dogs
20 F/K-19B Soktors
12 FB-22 U.N.S. Strike Raptors

to assist Cliffe and his allies!
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| April 5, 2010, 12:22 am
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The SSW has agreed to complete a transaction with the Baltic Union that includes 20 UACs. 18 of the units will be sold 127.8 million SSO and two of them will be sent off as a UNS compliment. The craft should arrive mid-afternoon today.

The money from the above transaction will go into the production of several new Intermediate Armour Brigades consisting of 40 H-MMCT/CVs, 30 LSSUs, 60 MUTs, and 15 AIFVs.
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| April 5, 2010, 1:31 am
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It's hard not to join in and go shooting someone here...
Ukraine is lauching a humanitarian effort to help injured or endangered civilians in and around the battlefield. Refugee camps have been set up in Yemen and Oman, as well as in Eritrea. Ukranian Antonov 140 turboprops and Ka-57 rescue helicopters will be undergoing semi-regular flights around the edges of the combat zone for various reasons. They are painted blue and white, and firing upon them will be viewed as a declaration of war, and will be treated as such. *cackles evily*
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| April 5, 2010, 1:42 am
The first NROI aerial convoy have arrived in the suez and now setting up a small medical station outside the city of Al Qantarah in hope to aid any injured troops from the conflict. The Naval convoy that containing more medical equipment and supply for the conflict are expected to arrive 4-6 Days at the gulf of Suez. Anyone stupid enough to attack it will be consider as an offense for our nation and will declare war to said nation.
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| April 5, 2010, 9:57 am
Quoting Jack Ford
It's hard not to join in and go shooting someone here...
Ukraine is lauching a humanitarian effort to help injured or endangered civilians in and around the battlefield. Refugee camps have been set up in Yemen and Oman, as well as in Eritrea. Ukranian Antonov 140 turboprops and Ka-57 rescue helicopters will be undergoing semi-regular flights around the edges of the combat zone for various reasons. They are painted blue and white, and firing upon them will be viewed as a declaration of war, and will be treated as such. *cackles evily*

Since PCU is doing mainly the same thing, shall we coordinate relief efforts?
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| April 5, 2010, 4:56 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Since PCU is doing mainly the same thing, shall we coordinate relief efforts?

That is a great idea. I have very good hospitals and medical facilities located throughout my territories, and LOTS of transport aircraft, but very few large boats/transport ships. I have two aircraft carriers in the Indian Ocean vicinity, but hey are needed in the Persian Gulf for their medical abilities. If I could operate helicopters and turboprop rescue craft of your aircraft carriers, that would increase effectiveness tremendously. Currently, the spots in which I am not able to provide medical relief are along the North-East coast of the Mediterranean Sea. I am able to cover Saudi Arabia and Turkey with great efficiency, but in between I am at risk of attack from Israel... which reminds me....

AS OF NOW, THE REPUBLIC OF UKRAINE OFFICIALLY DECLARES WAR ON ISRAEL. I do not want any military aid. As he is no longer active, I will do the moderating myself.
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| April 5, 2010, 6:44 pm
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Ukraine has launched Operation Hydra as of 2:12. Tu-225s and Attack helicopters have moved in on Israel, covered by Su-51s and MiG-67s. They are moving in from Somalia, and were under fire from ground crews and AAA for a while as they passed through the crossfire in the Egyptian/Armenian war, but have all managed to get though. One Tu-225 took some light damage, but is still able to keep on. IAF F-35s have been scrambled to meet the Ukranian onslaught, and are expected to meet the UAF any time now. One Ka-63 has been shot down by an Israeli SAM battery. Both of the crew members survived, and a rescue mission is underway. 'Tis all for now..
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| April 5, 2010, 6:58 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
That is a great idea. I have very good hospitals and medical facilities located throughout my territories, and LOTS of transport aircraft, but very few large boats/transport ships. I have two aircraft carriers in the Indian Ocean vicinity, but hey are needed in the Persian Gulf for their medical abilities. If I could operate helicopters and turboprop rescue craft of your aircraft carriers, that would increase effectiveness tremendously. Currently, the spots in which I am not able to provide medical relief are along the North-East coast of the Mediterranean Sea. I am able to cover Saudi Arabia and Turkey with great efficiency, but in between I am at risk of attack from Israel... which reminds me....

AS OF NOW, THE REPUBLIC OF UKRAINE OFFICIALLY DECLARES WAR ON ISRAEL. I do not want any military aid. As he is no longer active, I will do the moderating myself.

Two aircraft carriers will be diverted from Oceania Protection to serve as jumpers to the Mediterranean Sea. More planes and helicopters will also be diverted. I'm hesitating to bring in the MT-2/C to pick up survivors in the rubble of bombing or war-torn area.

Also, who owns Israel?
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| April 5, 2010, 6:59 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Two aircraft carriers will be diverted from Oceania Protection to serve as jumpers to the Mediterranean Sea. More planes and helicopters will also be diverted. I'm hesitating to bring in the MT-2/C to pick up survivors in the rubble of bombing or war-torn area.

Also, who owns Israel?

Scott Hansen owns Israel, but he has not been on in over a year, and has expressed almost no interest in RA-CAS-UEN
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| April 5, 2010, 10:53 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
That is a great idea. I have very good hospitals and medical facilities located throughout my territories, and LOTS of transport aircraft, but very few large boats/transport ships. I have two aircraft carriers in the Indian Ocean vicinity, but hey are needed in the Persian Gulf for their medical abilities. If I could operate helicopters and turboprop rescue craft of your aircraft carriers, that would increase effectiveness tremendously. Currently, the spots in which I am not able to provide medical relief are along the North-East coast of the Mediterranean Sea. I am able to cover Saudi Arabia and Turkey with great efficiency, but in between I am at risk of attack from Israel... which reminds me....


Can i join this medical effort too? I currently covering Suez area and can be moved if necessary.
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| April 5, 2010, 11:06 pm
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As of 1900 hours EST, the SSW renounces war with Armenia and declares the joint state of Prusso-Egypt as the new enemy under the backing that it has disrupted an established peace. SSW forces that "attacked" Armenia never engaged in the use of lethal force and have been slowly reinforcing the Armenian lines. The "POWs" taken in the UAE have been granted all the enemy information to stage a correct counter offensive.

As of 1910 hours EST, Operation: Stalemate will succeed the pseudo-operation known as "Kingsmen". At this time, 130,000 mechanized infantry and airborne troops will begin the combat with Prussia on its soil. 240 H-MMGTVs (25 MGS, 5 observation, 210 infantry support and carrying vehicles), 42 AMBT Mk. IIs, 80 AIFVs, and various other supporting vehicles will be wedging their way through to Warsaw just three miles from the designated zone of a war past.
As this attack occurs near the border, 40,000 marine-based infantry will press into the cities of Ustka and Gdynia via UACs and MRNCs with the backing 25 AMBT Mk.IIs, 15 Jackson tanks, 45 AIFVs, 60 H-MMCT/CV (18 MGS, 2 observation/ command, and 40 infantry support and carriers) along with other supporting vehicles.
40 of the 90 Su-51s acquired from Ukraine will be focused on the duty of this war alone leaving the air filled with one of the best-fitting contemporary aircraft. MCAPs are of great supply and shall begin bombing runs after the use of SRBMs upon coastal and border targets. These bombings will last from 1920 hours to 1700 hours tomorrow under SOF target designation.

The 60,000 troops mobilized into Armenia will be linking up indefinitely and will await targets from said nation. Supply lines will be running between the UAE and Saudi to supply allied troops in case of emergency and LARAs will flying near Ukrainian borders to watch for possible invasionary forces. These scouting missions will occur in Europe as well.

At this moment, Macedonia is encouraged to withdraw from their allied company with Prussia as to not cause a UNS-friendly engagement. If said nation does not comply, active force will be applied to protect the state of the UNS.
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| April 6, 2010, 7:07 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Brendan Dore
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

Please tell me your not attacking me.

No declaration of war has been set on Greece up to this moment, by the SSW at least.
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| April 6, 2010, 7:40 pm
As of 1900 hours CDT, the Lone Star Republic is declaring Total War upon Prusso-Egypt, the war-fleets sent out where not part of defense efforts but, will be let through the Suez canal and will follow along in the invasion on Egypt. Operation: General Sherman is in effect, all citizens are advised to leave their homes, they are enemies of the state and will be treated as such, along with government officials. All factories are potential supporters of the Federal Empire and will be destroyed, the same goes for office buildings, and Stock Market centers.
On a personal note to Cliffe, I would like to ask, how could you be so blind as to not see this coming? Hint #1: Cole conveniently pulled all his men back before he attacked
Hint #2: All of your regular enemies were your friends
Hint #3:I did not retaliate against you (that's a biggie)
Hint #4: I did not retaliate, but instead sent 650,000 men out to Africa.
I love to be the one to say this, but these are the final days of "Prusso" Egypt, and probably Egypt, any retaliation will result in war, Texas will put every ounce of manpower into fueling this war and we will not cease until The Federal Empire of Prusso-Egypt is no more.
Awe, you have my plans, so if you will?
Cliffe, it is your turn.
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| April 6, 2010, 7:53 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

Please tell me your not attacking me.

Anyways, about 350000 troops will be utilized in the defense of Montenegro, along with 500000 in the coastal defense of Greece. They will be installing Anti-ship, anti-air, and anti-missile batteries to protect the coasts from a potential amphibious assault. Also, once enemy ships get in range, Plato-class missile cruisers will begin firing missiles at the opposing forces to fend off any assault. Which reminds me, Task forces Alpha and Beta will return to the Apenine and Aegean Seas, for coastal defense purposes. On the ground, about 45000 troops will be utilized in the defense of Montenegro and 85000 will be used in the defense of Greece. Brendonian B-2s and escort fighters will be returning to Greece to then launch further attacks on major cities in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Also, major naval bases in islands off of Greece have been returned to Greek and Montenegrin cities. As the battleships and carriers have been considered as high value targets, they will be closely protected and watched by satellites. Also, speaking of satellites, Brendonian ships will be launching modified missiles to cripple Rome's and Armenia's communications. I hate myself for getting into this war...

As of 1900 hours CDT the Lone Star Republic has declared total war on Brendonia, this war will not be fought as hard as the African war, but the same goes for your civilians as in my previous comment. In case you didn't read, they need to get out.
However, this is only if you fire on my ships.
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| April 6, 2010, 7:59 pm
The Union of Nova Scotia shall join in on the War with Cliffe although, it was kind of obvious since we already sent in communication tech and aircraft...
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| April 6, 2010, 9:09 pm
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And so the betrayal goes. Oregon-Washington will continue to remain neutral, and the rest of the Pacific Union is seeming to go along with that stance until further notice.

As for my moderation, it's coming soon. I meant to do one last night, but I got a bad headache, and last time I took medicine for that I had stomach problems for two months. Those just went away a few weeks ago, so I could suffer a night of pain in exchange for feeling better naturally the next day. But yes, I will get a moderation on this war up tonight, probably after I have dinner.
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| April 6, 2010, 9:15 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
My Army, still in The Baltic Union, has been placed on high alert and will be assisting the SSW in a final invasion of Prussia, as soon as Sponty gives the orders.

Feel free to engage. Target-choice is all yours. 15,000 troops will be mobilized within Scandinavia and into your territory within the next two ours to assist in field command, direction, and internal command security. All else is under you discretion.

Also, with the Baltic Union joining in, the UNS will now automatically assume the 2/3 engagement rule. The entire Union of the North Sea is now at war. Martial Law is in effect.

Also, to aid allied forces stationed/coming from Macedonia, 50,000 mechanized infantry and armour detachments will be sent via the Serbian border. 35 AMBT Mk.IIs, 40 AMBTs, 35 AIFVs, and other supporting vehicles will make up a strengthened spine for support. 36 MCAPs, 10 Tu-118s and 2 Ar-59s acquired from Armenia some time ago will be stationed on high alert and will engage all designated targets.
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| April 6, 2010, 9:23 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Jeffery Smith
If you're joining in on Cliffe's side, have fun getting your aircraft to him without passing within range of any of the nations currently at war with him.

Agreed. Mobile and stationary SAMs remain all over and aircraft are obviously in the air claiming the skies.
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| April 6, 2010, 9:25 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
The Union of Nova Scotia shall join in on the War with Cliffe although, it was kind of obvious since we already sent in communication tech and aircraft...

Yes, good luck getting out of Canada. I will not declare war, but If my men run into yours when attacking Cliffe, I will open fire. Your planes will not leave the ground.
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| April 6, 2010, 9:52 pm
That's it. I've had enough of the heartl3ss people in this group. I'm leav1ng and creating my own. Anyone not attack1ng me is entirely welcome to join(that means you, Brendan! You too, Weagle!). It will be a group where cru3lty and h8red towards others simply because they are different and unique will NOT be tolerated, and where kindness and glorious chivalry will be abundant.

Prusso-Egypt will never d1e.

NEVER.

EVER.

And there's nothing you can do about it.

But before I go...

We will make one brief last stand. For the people of the world, whom we as a nation have pledged to guide, strengthen, and stand by from the very beginning until now, the very end. Hyperfalcons, into the sky, Jagdtigers, across the plains, fight for what you know and what you have always believed in.


SUUM CUIQUE

To each his own.
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| April 6, 2010, 10:26 pm
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Yea, I saw that coming... Cliffe, I doubt your words mean much to them. But for the record, I at least will miss your spirit (even if we've had our differences).

I have the feeling us PCU would be next if were not for me, and that's not even a guarantee.

Well, time to get the moderation report under way...
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| April 6, 2010, 10:30 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
>>>ACTIVATING INTERDIMENSIONAL TRANSPORTATION BEAM ARRAY

Men, this is your chance to get a brief last glance at his horr3dous world, as well as your last chance at a little r3v3nge. Have at it. Everyone else, sit tight, the satellite is deploying the array. Last minute repairs from age are underway- we had a few spacemen fly up in Hyperhawks, heh heh! Like I said before, you won't notice anything except the disappearance of a lot of things, mostly terrestrial war damage and enemy forces(well, enemy nations as a whole, really.) So sit back and enjoy the ride, if you can manage to feel it! Heh heh heh!

<<<Pharaoh Akhnekemhotep>>>
I'm going to miss a lot of those guys, you know.
---

You know Brendan's almost certainly coming, right?

<<<Pharaoh Akhnekemhotep>>>
WHOOOOO!!!! AWESOME!!!!!
---

Heh heh heh. Awesome indeed.

<<<King Friedrich Wilhelm IV>>>
Wir gehen jetzt! ZUM DEUTSCHLAND!!!

Alright, let's go!!!

If you wanna play it that way...
You can get banned from the group, ain't no space laser blowin' up me.
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| April 6, 2010, 10:41 pm
Quoting Will Gober
If you wanna play it that way...
You can get banned from the group, ain't no space laser blowin' up me.

Who deleted Cliffes comment, that was a keeper!
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| April 6, 2010, 10:43 pm
Idaho, though @ngered by the betrayal of Cliffe, will stay neutral as not to be caught up in it. However, medical evacuation of citizens, or soldiers, will be done for Cliffe, and the UNS/Texas alliance, but the two nations civvies will be brought to different locations.
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| April 6, 2010, 10:47 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe I'm leav1ng and creating my own.


I'll join, I love this kind of stuff (I ain't leaving here either though).

Quoting Will Gober
Who deleted Cliffes comment, that was a keeper!


I know, right?

About the moderation, yes, it's coming. I got distracted by second dinner though.

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| April 6, 2010, 10:55 pm
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In light of recent events (that will surely get people sent to the ninth circle if Dante is right [which I'm pretty sure he isn't]), I've made some changes. This was originally about the tactical stuff, but I thought about Cliffe's leaving over my second dinner (for I am many hungry teen's)...

Therefore, I shall say this: A great deal of nations have suddenly turned on PE in an orchestrated event that has not really been a surprise to anyone, given the past history of these nations. The Prusso-Egyptian leadership has vanished off the face of the planet, which was rather surprising. Where'd they go?

We'll let the power vacuum figure it out. Various PE military officials have taken the war into their own hands, and being good officers, are going to have them and their men fight to the death. Invading nations, this is what you're up against, though it shouldn't be much of a problem, given that Texas is about to land about half a million men in Egypt soon. They're expected to blast through any resistance.

SSW and the Baltic Union together will eat up what is left of Prussia in Europe.

But onto the Greeks and their plight. Roman and Macedonian forces have turned tail, cut across the backs of the Greeks in Bulgaria, and are now en route into Greece itself, while the Roman forces at Cyprus make for Crete, the Aegean Islands, and northern Egypt.

Armenia's plan has either been lost in my memory from a pain-induced haze of last night, or I never got one. Cole, please remind me which is right.
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| April 6, 2010, 11:11 pm
The Scottish Royal Navy is being deployed to the Baltic Sea in order to engage targets within Poland. Three Carrier Battle Groups will be present. 72 F-35's will be used to gain air superiority and to engage air-defense systems in Poland. After doing so, other RN aircraft and RAF aircraft will conduct combat sorties attacking all available targets. TLAMs and other weapons will be launched/fired from naval vessels.

In other news, Scotland released its newest version of the LAV series today, the LAV-25A4. The vehicle will be available to the majority of Scotland's allies for purchase. 20 LAV-25A4's will be given to the SSW as, what one could call, a gift.
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| April 6, 2010, 11:43 pm
Quoting Will Gober
Yes, good luck getting out of Canada. I will not declare war, but If my men run into yours when attacking Cliffe, I will open fire. Your planes will not leave the ground.

Or so you think, as said by some one, I forgot, "No guts. No glory!"
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| April 6, 2010, 11:57 pm
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Seeing as he has left, and hurting his feelings is all over, I have officially declared war on Prusso-Egypt in hope of expanding my African territory. I wish to obtain Sudan, and possibly a little bit of Egypt. Ukranian Armed Forces have launched an attack on Sudan. As Cliffe had almost no defenses on the border facing me, I will probably be successfull in obtaining a foothold. Tu-225s have been sent in to soften up any resistance, but more to terrorize the defenders...

By the way, Cliffe still has a pretty big army. Just 'cuz he left doesn't mean it's a cakewalk to take over his territory. Not saying we won't be able to, but plan in at least a month of all-out war.

After three attempts, Ukranian forces still have failed to make a successfull landing in the Gaza Strip. Extra Tu-225s from Yemen are to be sent to provide better cover from Israeli Attack Helicopters. Almost all visible radars and early warning systems on the Gaza Strip have been destroyed by Ukranian Forces, and without them, Israeli fighter planes are unable to counter my attacks efficiently. Ukranian forces have managed to down a confirmed nine F-35s, thirteen IAF-39 attack helicopters, four Apaches, and one IAF High-Speed interceptor. So far five MiG-57s, nine Ka-63s and one Su-51 have gone down to Israeli forces. An un-counted number of Israeli fighters and helicopters have also been destroyed on the ground. With luck, the Ukranian Storm Troopers will successfully make a landing tonight.
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| April 7, 2010, 2:26 am
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
given that Texas is about to land about half a million men in Egypt soon. They're expected to blast through any resistance...


I would HIGHLY suggest a few days of missile bombardment before you attempt such a feat. Egypt has all kinds of scary defenses that he told me about, and probably some that he didn't. There are lazer turrets here and there. I'm assuming his mines are still there that he layed in the last major war with Armenia.

My suggestion; since almost all his defenses face the sea (The only logical place for enemies to attack in his eyes) Airplanes could hit them from behind if they came through my territory. If you station low-flying attack aircraft in Ethiopia, you could hit his coastal defenses from behind. Also, keep below 300 feet. I know this is pretty low, but if you keep low his lazer turrets can't shoot you. It's all up to you, but I'd highly not reccomend an old-fashion D-day style invasion.
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| April 7, 2010, 11:17 am
Quoting Jack Ford
I would HIGHLY suggest a few days of missile bombardment before you attempt such a feat. Egypt has all kinds of scary defenses that he told me about, and probably some that he didn't. There are lazer turrets here and there. I'm assuming his mines are still there that he layed in the last major war with Armenia.

My suggestion; since almost all his defenses face the sea (The only logical place for enemies to attack in his eyes) Airplanes could hit them from behind if they came through my territory. If you station low-flying attack aircraft in Ethiopia, you could hit his coastal defenses from behind. Also, keep below 300 feet. I know this is pretty low, but if you keep low his lazer turrets can't shoot you. It's all up to you, but I'd highly not reccomend an old-fashion D-day style invasion.

Exactly what I was thinking, and I know lasers are feasible and all, but Cliffe can't just claim he has laser turrets set up all over. Just like he said he would blow up continents with his space laser, I recommend a moderator declare Egypt a zone of anarchy, seeing as how ludicrous claims are being made.
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| April 7, 2010, 5:45 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Go to Flickr, and my F-109 is there. THAT is stealth.

If that's what you call stealth I might as well call my plane stealth, and the rest of your planes are so small if they got hit by one shell of a 30mm cannon they'd be dead.
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| April 7, 2010, 6:04 pm
 Group admin 
@ Brendan: research Stealth Technology and see if you can answer that question. I'd love to offer some pointers but I can't get on Flickr very often...so I have no clue what it looks like. Essentially. steath doesn't like right angles, or 45* angles. Stealth does like smooth, fluid curves, weird angles, and flattened, chined fuselages (chining is that ridge around aircraft like the F-22, F-35 and SR-71 - it eliminates the radar hot-spot left by the flattened fuselage).

Cliffe has left the group...is that a good thing?

Alaska is leery of Ukraine's expantion in the Middle East. We'll be watching you.
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| April 7, 2010, 7:38 pm
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'bout time for a new thread if you ask me. Thread closed! New one opening in a few seconds...
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| April 7, 2010, 7:40 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Michael Ford

Is it bad if I get a bit scared when I see that you posted?

In any case, the SSW greatly thanks Scotland for its hospitality in gifting off a few killing machines. If the favor can be repaid, please say what you wish.

With the main governing figure removed from Prussia, I'm sure a morale drop has occurred. In any case, the armour sent to said country will increase to hopefully make this morale depletion indefinite.
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| April 7, 2010, 7:46 pm
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