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International Conversation Forum - Part XXVIII
 Group admin 
Isn't this wierd? Michael doing Admin work...

Last thread summary: Cliffe was apparently getting his butt handed to him by the rest of the world, and has resigned from the group. Brendan has brought up an offer for surrender.

Ukraine has been thrashing Israel, who has not made an appearance on MOCpages in forever, and even if he had he'd probably still get beat up. The Israelis will be speaking Russian if things continue the way they are now.

If there's something else important going on, I missed it.
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| April 7, 2010, 7:45 pm
In light of recent events, PCU wishes to claim Chile from Cliffe. Last time I checked, he owned it, and since it has been left out of combat reports, and it near Peru, another PCU stronghold, we would like to have it.
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| April 7, 2010, 7:53 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
In light of recent events, PCU wishes to claim Chile from Cliffe. Last time I checked, he owned it, and since it has been left out of combat reports, and it near Peru, another PCU stronghold, we would like to have it.

The SSW will be pushing into southern Chile to lay claim to the southern waters that go along with it.
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| April 7, 2010, 7:56 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW will be pushing into southern Chile to lay claim to the southern waters that go along with it.

Agreed, as long as PCU maintains the majority of the land. It's not that we don't want you to have it, more like we want it more.

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| April 7, 2010, 7:59 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
In light of recent events, PCU wishes to claim Chile from Cliffe. Last time I checked, he owned it, and since it has been left out of combat reports, and it near Peru, another PCU stronghold, we would like to have it.

Chili as a whole rightfully belongs to the SSW, this is not your war so you can't just take his land.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:00 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
In light of recent events, PCU wishes to claim Chile from Cliffe. Last time I checked, he owned it, and since it has been left out of combat reports, and it near Peru, another PCU stronghold, we would like to have it.

These little things are the situations that make me uneasy about the PCU.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:01 pm
I would like to announce that the Bolivian Republic has been formed. We are at this time neutral to all countries.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:02 pm
@Will: I seriously don't c@re Will. You guys forgot the land, so I said I wanted it. Just because you forgot it, you can't blame me for the mistake. And about being uneasy about the PCU, that's your problem. We haven't done anything but say things, which you get uneasy about.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:03 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
These little things are the situations that make me uneasy about the PCU.


And we get uneasy when you have desert training operations right near our borders, or when you go off giving the image of a preparation for war, or when you state that there will be no American re-unification with all the close borders we share...

My point is, we're equally uneasy about you as you are of us.

Do you really think we'd attack you?
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| April 7, 2010, 8:04 pm
Quoting John Dawn
I would like to announce that the Bolivian Republic has been formed. We are at this time neutral to all countries.

Hello Mr. Dawn. PCU would like to help you, but since you haven't got in a war (can't tell if that's a good OR bad thing) all we can do to back up our alliedship if you agree would be a trade of planes, tanks, and helicopters.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:05 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
I would like to announce that the Bolivian Republic has been formed. We are at this time neutral to all countries.


What is up now, Bolivia? On behalf of the Pacific Union, we welcome you. And warn you, too. Look out for major superpowers, they have a tendency for surprise attacks if you get too powerful (and don't have the MOCs to back it up).

Whether or not we PCU are a superpower is up for debate, but I'd be careful of us too.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:08 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Hello Mr. Dawn. PCU would like to help you, but since you haven't got in a war (can't tell if that's a good OR bad thing) all we can do to back up our alliedship if you agree would be a trade of planes, tanks, and helicopters.

Thank you, I will accept your offer. (I don't have many creations right now, working on more.)
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| April 7, 2010, 8:08 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

What is up now, Bolivia? On behalf of the Pacific Union, we welcome you. And warn you, too. Look out for major superpowers, they have a tendency for surprise attacks if you get too powerful (and don't have the MOCs to back it up).

Whether or not we PCU are a superpower is up for debate, but I'd be careful of us too.

Thank you for the warning.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:09 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
@Will: I seriously don't c@re Will. You guys forgot the land, so I said I wanted it. Just because you forgot it, you can't blame me for the mistake. And about being uneasy about the PCU, that's your problem. We haven't done anything but say things, which you get uneasy about.

We didn't forget it. I think it's easy to say the expending hundreds of thousands in troops at the hearth would lead to a swift invasion in the extension. That's what it wasn't invaded up till yet. The probable invasion was going to be tomorrow. In any case, the land divide will look like this: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dr_spontaneous/4500889359/
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| April 7, 2010, 8:15 pm
Since SSW is invading the SOUTHERN half, PCU is claiming the NORTHERN HALF. I am willing to make a DMZ-like area between the two, in the middle, or we can just have a border.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:16 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore


You're probably going to be brutally crushed and your nation partitioned up like Texas and us partitioned Ecuador. Then you might be kicked from the group.

Or they'll stop their war and you'll be left under threat like Cliffe was for a while.

We'll see.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:16 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Jeff said I MIGHT be a satellite nation of the UNS. Might.


Like I said, left under threat, and maybe limited in strength.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:19 pm
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The Chile Divide has been settled with what seems to be a fair land claim proposed by the two parties in question. The area is still an active war zone, so the division isn't rightly settled at the moment.

In other news, the SSW will begin air dropping troops into the Central African Republic. The staging point is from Equatorial Guinea and will be trying to fly close to Roman lines in Cameroon for a bit of safety in terms of air security. 35,000 will be engaged in this operation for the moment with an additional 15,000 on the rebound for reinforcements.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:24 pm
PCU is going to commission fifty more destroyers to complete the 100 already finished and undergoing water trials. Medical transports in Egypt/Greece will be picking up old relics from the history of the countries to be added to the IMAH.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:25 pm
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As rebel activity in the Peruvian Amazon dies down (they can only go on for so long), we'll be withdrawing a company of armor to the south of Peru, in support of Idaho's ambitions in Chile (if all goes to plan).
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| April 7, 2010, 8:29 pm
Quoting John Dawn
I would like to announce that the Bolivian Republic has been formed. We are at this time neutral to all countries.

The Lone Star Republic would like to cordially welcome you into the harsh world of the RA-CAS-UEN, I think you'll do just fine. I also believe I fall under the "ruthless superpower" that Awesome-O was describing, but I'm not all that bad, I've just been here long enough to know two things to keep true to "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" and "Keep your friends close and your enemies closer."
I own most of the land to the North of you, acquired by war, and I will, if you accept offer you 10 Eisenhower Behemoth APCs and 15 Sam Houston Super-Assault Tanks for free which should get you started.
Here's some advice from me, watch out for commies and totalitarians. ;)

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| April 7, 2010, 8:49 pm
With the okay from the air force commander giving us an okay, the Baltic Army, and contingents of The SSW pushed into towards the Polish border. We are pushing our way into Prussia, the first few miles were kept clear by the air force, and we covered them quickly, we expect to begin meeting enemy forces soon, but we have more than enough tanks and vehicles to deal with it.


One question, is Awesome still moderating this conflict;ict, because if so I need to put together some battle plans for him.
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| April 7, 2010, 8:51 pm
Quoting Will Gober
The Lone Star Republic would like to cordially welcome you into the harsh world of the RA-CAS-UEN, I think you'll do just fine. I also believe I fall under the "ruthless superpower" that Awesome-O was describing, but I'm not all that bad, I've just been here long enough to know two things to keep true to "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" and "Keep your friends close and your enemies closer."
I own most of the land to the North of you, acquired by war, and I will, if you accept offer you 10 Eisenhower Behemoth APCs and 15 Sam Houston Super-Assault Tanks for free which should get you started.
Here's some advice from me, watch out for commies and totalitarians. ;)

Thanks for the advice and the generous gift.
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| April 7, 2010, 9:07 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
The Lone Star Republic would like to cordially welcome you into the harsh world of the RA-CAS-UEN, I think you'll do just fine. I also believe I fall under the "ruthless superpower" that Awesome-O was describing, but I'm not all that bad,


Here's some advice from me, watch out for commies and totalitarians. ;)


I was actually referring to the great bulk of the UNS and some of the CAS, but I guess you can be in there if you want. Hey, we're probably in there too.

Totalitarians= PCU, for sure.

Commies= Jack Ford? Ryan Blackout?

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| April 7, 2010, 9:11 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I was actually referring to the great bulk of the UNS and some of the CAS, but I guess you can be in there if you want. Hey, we're probably in there too.

Totalitarians= PCU, for sure.

Commies= Jack Ford? Ryan Blackout?

Ryan and some Asian guy, I forgot his name, I was gonna quote Michael and say, minor superpower, I thought you were referring to us back-stabbers that ripped Cliffe/ are currently ripping Cliffe apart.
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| April 7, 2010, 9:16 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I was actually referring to the great bulk of the UNS and some of the CAS, but I guess you can be in there if you want. Hey, we're probably in there too.

Totalitarians= PCU, for sure.

Commies= Jack Ford? Ryan Blackout?

Do I need to send battle plans for the invasion of Prussia, or are we moderating our own battles now that Cliffe is gone?
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| April 7, 2010, 9:17 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Ryan and some Asian guy, I forgot his name, I was gonna quote Michael and say, minor superpower, I thought you were referring to us back-stabbers that ripped Cliffe/ are currently ripping Cliffe apart.


Let's cut the losses and say I meant everyone.
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| April 7, 2010, 9:18 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Do I need to send battle plans for the invasion of Prussia, or are we moderating our own battles now that Cliffe is gone?


You can moderate your own battles against his forces, my job is to moderate for/against Brendonia now.
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| April 7, 2010, 9:23 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
Only some of the UNS is totalitarian...some of us are warm and fuzzy if you come visit...

Oh yes, we're normally very nice!

And on that note, the Baltic Union heartily welcomes John Dawn in his beginning of a country in Bolivia.
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| April 7, 2010, 9:24 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
They didn't accept my surrender thing?


I don't know, they're talking about it or something.
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| April 7, 2010, 9:35 pm
With that, I will make this statement:

We have begun by pushing a few miles into Prussian territory, we have now halted land forces to set up the front lines and await further clearing of the skies.

StormHawks have been flying excellent cover but it has recently come to the attention of the Military high command that our meek bomber force and non-existent attack helicopters won't do well in eliminating Cliffe's aircraft on the ground. Therefore, we have called in asistance from Ukraine to fly over and take on some of the larger air bases further west. We hope that the combined tactics will be enough to achieve air dominance quickly and easily.
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| April 7, 2010, 9:44 pm
The Bolivian Republic would like to announce that a new supply of lithium will be on the market due to the new government witch no longer sees a need for tourism of the salt flats.
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| April 7, 2010, 9:48 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
With that, I will make this statement:

We have begun by pushing a few miles into Prussian territory, we have now halted land forces to set up the front lines and await further clearing of the skies.

StormHawks have been flying excellent cover but it has recently come to the attention of the Military high command that our meek bomber force and non-existent attack helicopters won't do well in eliminating Cliffe's aircraft on the ground. Therefore, we have called in asistance from Ukraine to fly over and take on some of the larger air bases further west. We hope that the combined tactics will be enough to achieve air dominance quickly and easily.

Although I love the support, the UNS thinks it best to keep the war in Europe an internal affair. The SSW does have a fair number of imported AR-59 aircraft that have a fair payload and Tu-118s that can meet the cause.
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| April 7, 2010, 9:51 pm
Texas fighters that left earlier today have struck their targets in Egypt. And after doing research it shows Cliffe's claims are a bit off, the Egyptian army, in 2008 only had 800,000 men, Cliffe now boasts an army of 5,000,0000. After doing several reconnaissance missions we have found that he does not in fact have 5,000,000 men or ground based lasers for shooting down jets as fast as the HFJ-36 Bobcat or the FJ-96 Mockingbird. His small mobile lasers were dealt with easily and should not pose a threat to any of the navies either.
It is estimated he had 1.6 million Egyptian men before the war, but with his disappearance he has an estimated 1.1 million men, the ones that left were mainly the conscripts, all that remain are a few thousand real veterans and then the national guard. His claims of having over 40,000 tanks were also false, his infantry and cavalry are quite weak seeing as how his armor is very ineffective and cheap. Our losses are expected to be at minimum. Terror groups have run a muck causing the country to be stricken with widespread fear. We also found he does in fact have land mines placed, but not as many as perceived. Having such a large amount would cause outrage amongst the nomads in the area. It was also confirmed that Egypt is not a nuclear state, and only has few conventional ICBMs. His laser technology in satellites has also been found to be false, seeing as how his ground units are as primitive as the U.S. MTHEL system. Taking down Egypt will actually be almost as easy as taking out Russia, after we soften them up with a few airstrikes of course.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:13 pm
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Sorry that i haven't put up my plan. I've been busy with baseball and school. My plan is simple.

The forces that were retreating will met up with the southern army and advance across the sinai. They will be covered by the aircraft that were originally assigned to bomb Egypt. The mediteranian fleet's marine detachment will land on the african side of the suez canal and secure that side. the black sea fleet will storm out of the black sea and trap the greek fleet between them and the romans. The northern army will be transported by plane to istabul and from there trap the greek army between them and the macadonians.

On another note i would like to welcome bolivia to the group and I hope we have a long and peaceful coexistance.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:15 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Although I love the support, the UNS thinks it best to keep the war in Europe an internal affair. The SSW does have a fair number of imported AR-59 aircraft that have a fair payload and Tu-118s that can meet the cause.

Far enough, I'll have to tell Jack that.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:15 pm
Out of the utmost respect for our Prussian adversary Cliffe, we will be posting Prusso-Egypt's alleged national anthem, and Prussia's national anthem.

Prusso-Egypt:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9R9ouKeLPg

Prussia:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUuFcsdo1Fs

And lastly Amazing grace, as a tribute to all the men that have given their lives, and will die in this war
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OO5y2O_hv3I
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| April 7, 2010, 10:19 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
On another note i would like to welcome bolivia to the group and I hope we have a long and peaceful coexistance.

Thank you.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:20 pm
Corrections on my previous statement. Aircraft from the Baltic Union and SSW will be teaming up to take out all the fighters Cliffe has posted. Stealth scout Planes have already made scouting missions deep into Prussia and have plotted targets for Tu-118s from The SSW and Tu-225s from our own air force.

We have met little resistance and found that most of the Prussians have moved back into Western Prussia to better defend from there. Planes and helicopters are being scrambled, and bombers will begin taking out cliffs air bases and any other airfields his remaining planes may use.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:24 pm
Alright, here's possibly the last comment I will make in the group.

Gober, that was NOT a space laser designed to blow up continents, it is the Interdimensional Transportation Beam Array, or I.T.B.A. Designed by Kaiser Pharaoh Timekh and his engineers at the very founding of Prusso-Egypt, and only successfully created because no one else was brave enough to investigate the "spaces in between spaces"- spaces between dimensions of spacetime.

Anyway, it is an enormous array of millions of tiny devices that look similar to lights, packed into a large satellite camouflaged by space junk. When the array is deployed from the satellite, the little "lights" lock on to respective regions of Prusso-Egypt. Once all are locked on, a highly complex reaction of sub-nuclear(smaller than protons, neutrons, or electrons) particles occurs and a beam is fired.

Meanwhile, on the ground across the Imperial Federation, several small but powerful autonomous stations fire waves of a certain secret type of sub-nuclear particle. When the beams fired from the array impact the waves from the ground the beams refract(break up, disperse) and cover a much, much larger area.

When the particles from the refracted beams reach the surface, they come into contact with all things Prusso-Egyptian- and recognize them according to mass. Mountains, the land mass itself, and other natural features are not recognized due to their mass.

All recognized objects react with the particles on [again]a sub-nuclear level. The extremely complex reaction instantly causes a slight temporary tear in the dimensional fabric of spacetime, allowing the recognized objects to pass through to another dimension of reality. The chosen dimension for us was(and is) an alternate Earth, although only slightly alternate(just slightly alternate near-future history).

When the recognized objects "land," the dimensional fabric is once again opened, however, it is a slightly wider tear for a slightly longer time. This allows the objects the recognized objects would have "landed" on to pass through the tear back to RA-CAS-UEN.

All these reactions, the ones in space and these on the surface, were set up during the construction- almost "programmed." It was all "programmed" to transport Prusso-Egypt to an alternate Earth where Prusso-Egypt exists, so as not to confuzzle the other already existing nations.

After the transportation is complete, all that remains of Prusso-Egypt in this dimension are the horrendously confuzzled Prusso-Egyptians from the other dimension and the I.T.B.A., minus the underground stations.

So... the Prusso-Egyptians you guys are still fighting have absolutely no clue what's going on. Why are they leaderless, you ask? Because the Pharaoh, the King of Prussia and myself are not recognizable objects- we have our own personal interdimensional transporters. You all should be seeing some other Prusso-Egyptian leaders real soon.

But, in all reality...

The whole thing is a big JOKE as well as our ticket out of RA-CAS-UEN. So yes, Gober, this is a keeper.

Aha... aha ha.. AHA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!

ah...

ANYWAY...

We[myself, the Pharaoh, and the King of Prussia] will be leaving now.

I HIGHLY ENCOURAGE MEMBERS OF THE URSA AND CAS TO JOIN THE NEW GROUP AS WELL AS MYSELF AND MY ALLIES. You all just saw undeniable evidence of the true goal of the UNS- to take over the world. Obviously. And I'm sure that's exactly what it's going to do. [Although that actually ISN'T everyone's goal, contrary to popular belief.]

I'm betting the PCU is next. Probably whenever(if ever) Awesome turns his back or become inactive for a little while. After that, Ukraine and the CAS. And eventually, in the end, they will quarrel amongst themselves, resulting in an endless supply of corp5es.

And to the newest members of the group, ally yourselves with the UNS, CAS or URSA(who knows, they might stand a chance) ASAP. Otherwise, enjoy the time you have ruling an independent nation while you have it, because come a year, half a year, maybe even just a few months, you'll just be another part of RA-CAS-UEN history, like the glorious Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt.

That's all folks. Although actually... I think I'll kind of stick around-ish, mostly just to see the conversation to see how everyone's doing, especially Rome, whom I shall miss the most. Glory to you, Mr. Smith. I hope you come out on top in the very end, and seeing your insane air power, you very well might. Yay.

I give my final thanks to all who have supported me in this world, however not those who chose to turn against me. I thank Micheal Ford, the glorious founder, Jeffrey Smith, the kindest of all administrators, Awesome-O-Saurus, the very great in fact, Nick Shelton, the also kind, Gus Indo, the great American sympathizer, Ryan Blackout, a faithful ally and friend, Brendan Dore, a truly nice person and great friend and ally, and A.C. Weagle, my best ally forever. The last two had BETTER be coming with me to the new group. In fact, I'm just about certain they are if they aren't there already.

And with that, Prusso-Egypt takes flight to continue its tale of unending glory.

Alrighty then, strap in kameraden, it's time to "ride between the sheets."

<<<King Friedrich Wilhelm V>>>
JAWOHL, Kaiser Pharaoh.

<<<Pharaoh Akhnekemhotep>>>
Yes sir-ee, your greatness.
---

Let's get rolling.



Prusso-Egypt will never die.

NEVER.

EVER.



SUUM CUIQUE.

To each his own.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:33 pm
We hate to eliminate the Egyptian Remnant, but it has to be done. 5 GAP-1s and 3 GAF-1s flew into Chile as far as 100 miles, shooting up any remaining troops of Cliffe's remaining. As many as possible we're taken prisoner by rescue helicopters, and will be taken into the PCU Army. Scientists will also be contributing some of their technology, giving us a boost.


And lastly Amazing grace, as a tribute to all the men that have given their lives, and will die in this war
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OO5y2O_hv3I


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| April 7, 2010, 10:34 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
We hate to eliminate the Egyptian Remnant, but it has to be done. 5 GAP-1s and 3 GAF-1s flew into Chile as far as 100 miles, shooting up any remaining troops of Cliffe's remaining. As many as possible we're taken prisoner by rescue helicopters, and will be taken into the PCU Army. Scientists will also be contributing some of their technology, giving us a boost.


And lastly Amazing grace, as a tribute to all the men that have given their lives, and will die in this war
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OO5y2O_hv3I


I just did that.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:44 pm
@Cliffe: Idaho shall send you a fruit basket for you might be hungry on your way to whereever that place you go is.

@Texas: Yea, I know.


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| April 7, 2010, 10:49 pm
I now would like to call out the members of Lone Star, a group obviously created by Cliffe, using the Texas flag, and my nation's name in the RA-CAS-EUNiverse is seen as an act of war upon my country, please change the name, or suffer the worst traitors.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:51 pm
Dazed and confused Prussians don't make good soldiers. So far, scout planes have reported most planes on the ground and a state of relative patient waiting in Western Prussia. We will begin air attacks now, and begin eliminating defenses. Although it seems the Prussian army is just waiting for us, not attacking, but waiting. Thus go the strange reports we are getting from our forward scouts.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:54 pm
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By Cliffe! Rest assured, I'll be joining your new group as well, when you create it. Like I said, I enjoy these kinds of things. And now we're going to take northern Chile from your forces.

Anyways, yea. My armored company is advancing a bit into Chile, entering towns and such, putting on a good show. Support is coming soon for them.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:56 pm
Quoting Will Gober
I now would like to call out the members of Lone Star, a group obviously created by Cliffe, using the Texas flag, and my nation's name in the RA-CAS-EUNiverse is seen as an act of war upon my country, please change the name, or suffer the worst traitors.

We haven't done anything wrong, so if you declare war on the PCU (we're in there) then you are the aggressor.
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| April 7, 2010, 10:56 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
I now would like to call out the members of Lone Star, a group obviously created by Cliffe, using the Texas flag, and my nation's name in the RA-CAS-EUNiverse is seen as an act of war upon my country, please change the name, or suffer the worst traitors.


You bonehead. Nick Shelton is the lone group admin, not Cliffe. As for the name, I bet we can change that.

Also, how can we be traitors... if we're not in your nation? You're not even on the same side as us, last I checked!
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| April 7, 2010, 10:57 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

You bonehead. Nick Shelton is the lone group admin, not Cliffe. As for the name, I bet we can change that.

Also, how can we be traitors... if we're not in your nation? You're not even on the same side as us, last I checked!

Nevermind, I thought-it must be for the PCu, but why the Texas theme?
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| April 7, 2010, 10:59 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Nevermind, I thought-it must be for the PCu, but why the Texas theme?


Why not? Anyways, let's get back on topic here.
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| April 7, 2010, 11:00 pm
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SSW troops from the south have wedged themselves in Warsaw. The new MGS units seem to be doing well in eliminating fortified positions and clearing buildings with time-delayed munitions. AMBTs of both marks seem to be doing well in striking a bit of fear into the borderlands of outer-Warsaw. Five prototypical self-propelled artillery pieces have been sent to the area to provide joint-direct suppressive fire via cluster munitions. An additional 5,000 fresh troops will be sent to the capital to aid in bringing morale to our boys and knocking down the morale of the enemy. In the skies, the advanced Ukrainian fighter is making good time in eliminating most threats in the air. One unit took severe damage and had to ditch in low-land field. The pilot was recovered, but is now being hospitalized. Two other planes took damage, but it was minor and said planes were able to fulfill there sorties.

10 AR-59s are at the discretion of the Baltic Union as well as 15 Tu-118s under direct command and 20 under joint command. All that is required is target designation.

On the northern shores of Poland, with the aid of Scottish naval support, the amphibious landings on targeted cities were success with 30% instant area control. The goal after finishing the combat here will be to spread along the coast and create a mechanized wall to force down to Warsaw or wherever the southern line will be drawn.

A greater deal of the material spoils of the Polish War will go the Baltic Union for their support. Also, a gift of 35 AMBTs will be sent to the Baltic Union for use in combat and to advance their armour prowess.
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| April 7, 2010, 11:07 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
A greater deal of the material spoils of the Polish War will go the Baltic Union for their support. Also, a gift of 35 AMBTs will be sent to the Baltic Union for use in combat and to advance their armour prowess.

"Material spoils" includes land right? I've been pushing the lines forward in the east to mmet you guys, looks like we're going to finish up the Prussians in the west. So I'll begin designating targets tomorrow, as it are many lates.

And we also glady accept the gift of yours. As we've also had a present for you in the works, actually we've had this planned for a while as a token of gratitude for assuring our freedom from Prusso-Egypt in the first place. I never got around to mentioning it before, but the Officer Class Cruiser, S.N.S. (Swisss. Naval. Ship.) Spontaneous will be given to your navy as soon as construction is completed at Riga. I've noticed your Navy doesn't seem to have much larger than destroyers, (or so it seems, based on the multitude of acronyms you used on the statistics page, which I might have interpreted wrong) so we thought you could use somewhat of a larger vessel.
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| April 7, 2010, 11:27 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
"Material spoils" includes land right? I've been pushing the lines forward in the east to mmet you guys, looks like we're going to finish up the Prussians in the west. So I'll begin designating targets tomorrow, as it are many lates.

And we also glady accept the gift of yours. As we've also had a present for you in the works, actually we've had this planned for a while as a token of gratitude for assuring our freedom from Prusso-Egypt in the first place. I never got around to mentioning it before, but the Officer Class Cruiser, S.N.S. (Swisss. Naval. Ship.) Spontaneous will be given to your navy as soon as construction is completed at Riga. I've noticed your Navy doesn't seem to have much larger than destroyers, (or so it seems, based on the multitude of acronyms you used on the statistics page, which I might have interpreted wrong) so we thought you could use somewhat of a larger vessel.

"Material spoils" includes much of the remaining commodities in Poland. So their precious metals reserves (gold, silver, etc.), the recycled vehicle materials, food surpluses, etc. Although I'd much like to keep Poland intact under SSW control for the simplicity of civil decision and lack of need for a complete district reform, I'm sure we can make a physical trade of properties or at least I can fund another of your expeditionary movements into other places (i.e. remains of southern Africa or the trade of Paraguay). If need be the case, we can discuss this via FM.

And you're correct, the SSW does lack a better portion of larger ships amongst all my acronyms. The military loves acronyms. In any case, we thank you for this surprising gift. However pleasing the SNS Spontaneous is, I think it'll go down in the SSW books as the SRS Constitution (Sovereign Republics' Ship Constitution).
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| April 7, 2010, 11:42 pm
Does anyone currently have any interest in the countries of: Uruguay or India?
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| April 7, 2010, 11:51 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
Does anyone currently have any interest in the countries of: Uruguay or India?

Uruguay is under the eyes of the Baltic Union and India is under the protection of the whole Confederation of Asian States (Ukraine being the acting power).
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| April 7, 2010, 11:54 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Uruguay is under the eyes of the Baltic Union and India is under the protection of the whole Confederation of Asian States (Ukraine being the acting power).
oh ok

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| April 7, 2010, 11:57 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Uruguay is under the eyes of the Baltic Union and India is under the protection of the whole Confederation of Asian States (Ukraine being the acting power).

Speaking of which, diplomatic talks are still ongoing. The Uruguayan ambassador here in the Baltic Union wants says they want to remain freely governed. We are drafting a plan that allows us full use of their military, and while their government is kept in place, we would approve most large decisions made by them, and just generally keep watch over their government. This gives us a position of power while keeping the morale of the citizens intact. We hope that this plan will bring Uruguay into the Union of its own accord.
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| April 8, 2010, 8:01 am
The Baltic army divisions have liberated the rest of Prussian-held Lithuania, which wasn't much anyway.

Now our forces stand ready at the Polish border and more divisions are being moved into Belarus for the final assault from the east. We plan to smash through the eastern border between the cities of Suwalki and Bialystok. From there we will begin pushing the remaining Prussian further west along a 100 mile front extending between the northern and southern borders of Prussia.

Before that however, more bombing raids will be flown. Prussia has been moving most of its forces into western Prussia, where we expect they will make their final stand. Scout plane missions have already been flown over western Prussia and we have plotted targets for our bombers. Cities such as Szczecin, Bydgoszcz, and Pozan seem to be hubs of Prussian activity. They should definitely be hit. Bydgoszcz and Gorzow Wielkopolski appear to have a rather large military bases on their outskirts. These seem to be rather good targets.

The Prussians seem to be rushing to erect temporary defenses, so this seems the perfect time to catch them with their pants down. Tu-225s and Tu-118s will be hitting the large bases and also bombing out whatever defensive emplacements the Prussians erect. More StormHawks will also be called in, with three main assignments: protect the bombers, Knock the Prussians out of the skies, and eliminate them on the ground.

Godspeed to us, and also the Scottish/Swiss forces to the north. Lets all hope for a swift end to the fight.
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| April 8, 2010, 6:32 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
I would like to announce that the Bolivian Republic has been formed. We are at this time neutral to all countries.

Welcome to the cutthroat political ratrace of RA-CAS-UEN.
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| April 8, 2010, 8:51 pm
PCU MUP-1s and C-130s dropped tanks, men, and artillery on the UNS-PCU border. They started work on a border, and made a check-in. The check in consists of a heavy fence, with a gate, to check for bombs or weapons coming between the two nations.
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| April 8, 2010, 8:56 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Welcome to the cutthroat political ratrace of RA-CAS-UEN.

Thank you.
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| April 8, 2010, 8:59 pm
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Although the PCU is creating a high-security zone on their share of Chile, the Swiss portion shall remain open without continuous border security. Military bases are near enough to provide these services without the need to militarize the area.

Speaking of Chile, the reserved forces followed in behind as a mop-up task force. Resistance is a bit lower in most of southern Chile in due part to a substantial lack of population centers and zones falling short of military-effective defensive positions caused by the rough terrain and choppy land mass. Once Chile is secured, the main goal will to create highly secure southern waters and to make larger ports near the northern waters.

In the Central African Republic, paratroopers launched with a 91% effective drop rate with only a small percentage either landing outside of the designated areas or taking damaging blows by AAA. Allied forces from Equatorial Guinea will press in a bit from the south into Cameroon to both aid the Roman forces and to create a narrow alley to further drop air supplies effectively. By tomorrow afternoon, the first 15 AMBT Mk.IIs and 20 AMBTs should be in the area while MGS units make faster drop rates of at least four vehicles per two hours. This will create a backed infantry task force that is able to destroy most armoured threats.

In Poland, air units promised to the Baltic Union have been making regular sorties to eliminate threats on the ground and in the air. An additional 5,000 mechanized infantry will be transported to the eastern front to reduce strain on the Baltic Army.

Also, the SSW has decided to post a permanent detachment of 20,000 Peacekeepers in Macedonia to offer a better security force while their reserves are in active service. Their placement and overall direction will be under the discretion of Macedonia.
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| April 8, 2010, 9:51 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Although the PCU is creating a high-security zone on their share of Chile, the Swiss portion shall remain open without continuous border security. Military bases are near enough to provide these services without the need to militarize the area.

It's only because we don't want a repeat of the suicide bombings of Peru.
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| April 8, 2010, 10:15 pm
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D@MM!T!!! I just wrote a huge comment and it didn't go through... *sigh

Ah well, for the abridged version:

Invasion of Sudan has been highly successful. All electricity has been shut down by bombers last night, making it impossible for Sudanese garrisons to contact each other. Most are surrendering on first sight of Ukrainian aircraft, and those who don't have all surrendered after the first rocket/cannon strafing run. So far no major confrontation has occurred. It us suspected that the Sudanese Army is retreating to high ground, where they can perform guerilla warfare more efficiently. Mil-92D Attack/Recon helicopters ( http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/173231 )have been sent to scout out the adjacent highlands.

In Israel, progress has not been as smooth. Ukrainian Storm Troopers (From know on I will refer to them as USTs) made a successful landing at 11:36PM last night and have managed to hold a strip of land two miles in from the coast and four and a half miles wide. Under cover of dark an Israeli artillery battery managed to sneak into range, and opened fire at 4:21 AM. They were destroyed after only two volleys, when patrolling Ka-63s arrived on scene. The artillery managed to inflict a loss of 23 USTs dead and 48 wounded.

The air war has been a major success, and Israeli planes are much less eager to fight. A huge dogfight occurred last night from 12:54 through 1:32 when a flight of 16 F-35s and 20 Mirage 2000s engaged 24 MiG-67s and 12 Su-51s. The Ukrainian forces, able to see the enemies on radar and get in an advantaged position, managed to destroy all enemy aircraft but two F-35s with a loss of nine MiGs and one Su-51. This morning at 4:28 a Ka-63 was shot down over enemy territory by a SAM site located on a hidden bunker. Both pilot and gunner managed to bail out, but were executed on spot by their captors. The execution was filmed by an overhead AR-59HAR (High-Altitude-Recon). The action has outraged Ukrainian military commanders and soldiers. Two four-flights of Tu-225s assaulted the bunker, cratering the roof, killing everyone inside and destroying the SAM site.

Planned for tonight: From 9:30 through 10:00, Ar-59s will destroy power boxes, telephone lines, SAM sites, radars, and other important targets. At 10:15, Ka-65 Anaconda Stealth Attack Helicopters will open fire on radars and SAM sites defending seven classified Air force Bases. One Anaconda has been armed to temporally destroy the runway. At 10:19, Tu-225 will come in low-altitude (to avoid any missed AAA) and use rockets and 30mm cannon to destroy all aircraft on the ground. After all aircraft have been destroyed, the Tu-225s will destroy the command center and crater the runway, as well as destroy roads leading to and from the base. Elites will be dropped behind enemy lines to designate targets and scout out opposition, aided by Ar-59HARs and Ka-65s. If they find enough targets, Ar-59s will bomb adjacent radar sites and Tu-225s will be sent in to blow stuff up.

That's all for now...



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| April 8, 2010, 11:27 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Well, it seems like my career here is coming to an end. My greatest ally has crumbled, I was tricked into a war with 2 superpowers against me, and they didn't accept my surrender. So, as a maybe final question, will I stay in this group?

You will not get banned from thr group.

I have been quite impressed with your ship building on Flickr. I am inviting you to join the Ukranian Navy as a designer and possibly an Admiral. In that case, I'd allow you to do some action, shooting, cruising boats around and the like. It's up to you, but you've been officially invited. Plus I could use some cool ships...
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| April 9, 2010, 12:42 am
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Brendonia and Prusso-Egpyt are out, there goes one bloc of power. Who is next? The Pacific Union, AIS, and their scantly-seen but still feared master state Alaska?

Or is it Ukraine and the CAS?

Or is there no next strike coming?

The world awaits with baited breath.

On the other hand... We killed a few more rebels in Peru, the fight is almost over in the jungles, most the armored legions are pulling out and re-deploying, mostly back to Oregon-Washington and the South American territories.
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| April 9, 2010, 12:48 am
The Bolivian Republic has announced its new flag: http://www.flickr.com/photos/41313020@N02/4504438798/ and That its salt flats are now being mined for lithium, which will be on the world market soon.
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| April 9, 2010, 12:55 am
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Brendonia and Prusso-Egpyt are out, there goes one bloc of power. Who is next? The Pacific Union, AIS, and their scantly-seen but still feared master state Alaska?

Or is it Ukraine and the CAS?

You guys are starting to worry me... first Cliffe warns me, now you, and I've seen how fast allies come and go... >.<
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| April 9, 2010, 1:19 am
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Quoting Evan Melick


I'm the wrong guy to be asking about surrender or conquering accords. Greece is your d00d's problem now.
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| April 9, 2010, 1:32 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Brendonia and Prusso-Egpyt are out, there goes one bloc of power. Who is next? The Pacific Union, AIS, and their scantly-seen but still feared master state Alaska?

Or is it Ukraine and the CAS?

Or is there no next strike coming?

The world awaits with baited breath.

On the other hand... We killed a few more rebels in Peru, the fight is almost over in the jungles, most the armored legions are pulling out and re-deploying, mostly back to Oregon-Washington and the South American territories.

I'm a lot more interested in getting all of that "white" off of the map. Unoccupied countries must go.
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| April 9, 2010, 8:29 am
Wait a minute, with Cliffe and Dore both doomed, what is left of the UEN?
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| April 9, 2010, 8:41 am
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I hereby declare all territory gained in the Egypt-Ukraine expansion effort territory of the Republic of Ukraine. The expanision took place with the joint forces of Ukraine and Egypt, map seen here; http://www.flickr.com/photos/34643041@N07/4400430280/

Anyone opposed to this, please send me a FM.

War update to be posted later...
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| April 9, 2010, 1:18 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I'm a lot more interested in getting all of that "white" off of the map. Unoccupied countries must go.

So am I (I have no access to the oceans) but it seems like everything is protected.
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| April 9, 2010, 5:36 pm
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Due to technical difficulties (namely it's not working the way I wanted it to) The CAS has been reduced to Russia, China, Ukraine, and Indonesia, provided he still wants to be a part of it.

WAR UPDATE: In Sudan, things are getting confusing. The government has surrendered; the army has not. They have resorted to guerilla warfare, and are giving our storm troopers a run for their money.

In Israel: Last night's attack was a complete success, and all seven Air force bases were entirely destroyed. The plan worked like a well-oiled machine. The Ka-65s were able to knock the runways out before any F-35s were able to take off, as well as shut down the power before they could call in support. Tu-225s were able to destroy 58 aircraft on the ground, as well as 23 helicopters. It was almost half an hour later before IAF helicopters were sent to investigate. When they suddenly lost contact, eight IAF Mirage 2000s were sent to figure out what the ---- was going on, all of which were shot down by Su-51s. A flight of 12 F-35s were immediately sent to engage the Ukrainian fighters. By that time, all the helicopters had moved on to look for more targets, and the Tu-225s had left the scene. In the darkness with no radar contacts, the F-35s were unable to locate the Su-51s until they had guided a pack of MiGs right onto their tails. One F-35 managed to pull out and shoot down a MiG. The rest were instantly shot down by high explosive 30mm rounds from the MiGs cannons.
Ar-59s successfully shut down electricity in the Gaza strip. Photo recon revealed a Scud site with a total of 24 huge missiles aimed at a temporary Ukrainian base. The site was bombed by Ar-59s and Ka-65s were sent in to ensure that nothing was usable. Elites were dropped behind enemy lines, and have set to work designating targets for Ka-65s, as well as sabotaging Israeli equipment and laying mines in roads. (Old, but effective.) A Tu-225 was horribly damaged by 30mm AAA, two shoulder launched SAMs and an RPG. The bomber had been sent on a rescue mission to provide cover for some Mil-92s to pick up the pilots of a downed Ka-63 that had been shot down within 500 yards of a hidden Israeli bunker. The inhabitants of the bunker opened fire on the Tu-225, which in turn performed seven rocket/cannon passes on the bunker, destroying in completely. The aircraft managed to make it back to a Ukrainian-held airstrip, but the craft will be scrapped. It was missing 1/4 of the left wing, and the right engine had been destroyed. A tailfin had been blown in half; the rudder nowhere to be seen. The entire craft was riddled up and down by small-arms fire and 30mm shells, leaking fuel, and smoking. The radio had been shot through with a cannon shell, as well as the wire connecting the right aileron. The pilot was hit in the leg by a 30mm cannon shell and has been awarded a medal of honor and allowed to retire. Over today, Storm troopers will attempt to push further inland, aided by tanks and air force.
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| April 9, 2010, 5:40 pm
Quoting John Dawn
So am I (I have no access to the oceans) but it seems like everything is protected.

PCU is willing to hold your ships in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, or even Hawaii.
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| April 9, 2010, 5:40 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU is willing to hold your ships in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, or even Hawaii.
Chile would be convenient. Thank you.

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| April 9, 2010, 5:44 pm
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With permission from Ukraine, the SSW will be continuing its campaign in the Central African Republic as will Rome in Cameroon.

Aside from that, the SSW will opening a new military branch that will serve as a more precise reserve force instead of relying on the other branches of our military. The Sovereign Republics' Homeland and External Security Council (SRHESC). This branch will involve the transnational police forces, military police, Peacekeepers, all government-based investigation bureaus and a standing armed force. This branch will open with 70,000 regulars from the SRMA and SRMC, but will later be filled with enlisted individuals choosing to join. Command structure of this branch will be regulated once all foreign combative actions have recessed or stopped all together.
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| April 9, 2010, 6:05 pm

As of 4:48 CDT Texas has ruled Kaiser-Pharaoh Tim Cliffe clinically ins@ne.
After studying Cliffe's recent and previous comments in the ICF, Texas doctors, psychiatrists and scientists all decided he was ins@ne and passed a law stating that whatever @iled him was something they had never seen.
They are now calling it Cliffism or Prussianism. People ruled with this dise@se in the future will be called Cliffiacs and will be given special treatment.
I personally believe Tim Cliffe was just a worn out soul trying his best to bring back a dy!ng empire while living in his fantasy world of alternate universes, interplanetary travel, space lasers that wipe continents off the map, made up places, and disappearing people. I feel sorry for the fellow making himself look cr@zy so many times, while taking it seriously the whole way.
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In other news the bombings of Egypt are continuing as we take out the remainder of his land mines and communications. Our strike fighters are also beginning to be tested as interceptors and are doing quite well at their new role. We have come up with a run-through on the Texan-Prussian war;

Belligerents:
Texas-President William Gober
General Ted Lehr
Admiral John C. Schwartz

Egypt-Kaiser Pharaoh ???
Field Marshall Franz Lehr (coincidence?)
Field Marshall Zahur Mubarak
Admiral Albrecht Struach

Casu@lties-Texan
Air-7
Land-0
Sea-15 (Prussian plane fired upon a patrol boat)
Civilian-0

Egyptian
Air-34
Land-184
Sea-21
Civilians-237

Vehicles Destroyed
Texas-
Air-7 Feisty Mockingbird Fighter Jets
Land-None
Sea- 1 patrol boat

Egypt-
Air-34 Hyperfalcons
Land-23 PzKpfw XII Gepards
Sea-2 patrol boats
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| April 9, 2010, 6:47 pm
After the many months of brutal fighting, it seems as though the war in Peru has finally come to a timely end.

This morning, Peruvian rebel forces launched a huge counterattack against AIS and PCU joint forces, as well as OIE and II forces. This attack occured at 0530 hours at the ruins of Macchu Picchu. AIS/OIE/PCU/II joint forces were using the area as a field base. As it was a suprise attack, many troops were lost. After the initial surge, forces were able to hold out in the ruins until reinforcements were able to arrive. The reinforcements put the rebels into a backslash, cutting off all of their methods of escape through the ruins. AH-72s circled the area and even a few HAT-1s were able to climb up the mountainsides. Rebel forces faught to the death after a feigned surrender in which they opened fire upon our troops.

The leader of the Peruvian rebellion, Luis Delvasquez was arrogant enough to accompany his troops to what he thought would be the defining moment in which URSA forces would be driven out of the country, suffering a bitter defeat. Instead, his knowledge was wrong, and instead of a huge army whose defeat would spell disaster for the URSA Peruvian expansion, he met a small, well-trained army who was able to hold out. After his troops were defeated, nearly to the last man, Delvasquez ran at the URSA troops in a suicide attack, attacking from behind, with a machine gun, gunning down troops. He fired until his ammo was out and bolted into the ruins. His body was recovered just a few moments ago at the bottom of a large cliff near Macchu Picchu, along with those of some of his closest advisors.

Pinned to his body was a note reading, [translated from Spanish] "You have won, URSA pigs. Rebellion has ended." No more attacks have occured, and rebel-controlled villages have laid down their arms. An old CB radio was also found near the body, adding a probability that he conveyed this message via radio.

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Total AIS casualties: 2678 dead
4033 wounded
78 AH-72s destroyed
89 AH-72s damaged
23 F-37s destroyed
37 F-37s damaged

Total OIE casualties: 96 dead
134 wounded

PCU forces are free to post their casualty report. The war seems as though it is over, but it very well may spark up again from time to time.
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| April 9, 2010, 7:32 pm
More progress was made in Prusia today as we advanced 20 miles across and over the border. A larger city in the north, Suwalki has been captured, and the city of Bialystok is under seige from artillery fire at this very moment. We will continue to push our forces along the long front line, as Prussian forces are being beaten westward. We expect to run into more of the enemy the further west we go, as scout plane missions have reported higher concentrations of the enemy in the west.

We have found our military strategy to be working very well. Up front we run the tanks and heavily armored vehicles, including the ATTTs. Behind and some of the lighter combat vehicles, such as MPVs, ISVs, and ISFs. Further back still, well off the front lines, are the transports. This system works quite well, as the armor up front is able to eliminate threats at close range, protecting the lighter vehicles and transports further back. So far however, movement has been kept slow due to a lack of scheduling. We do not yet know where and when we will meet our northern Allies, so we have kept movement down because of that.

While ground forces continue to march, the air war continues. Fighter pilots were happy to report a distinct drop in enemy planes today, a clear indication that the bombing raids of military bases and especially airfields, of last night were a success. Bombing riads continue today to try and eliminate the Prussian ground forces already in the west, so there will be much less to deal with when the army arrives.
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| April 9, 2010, 7:34 pm
Chile is officially secured. PCU troops marched through Santiago today, with a PCU Official in a vehicle convoy in between the march. They walked to the capital, and the official and the Chile leaders met and agreed on a surrender of sorts.

TERMS:

Chile Military and Navy bases will now be PCU Military and Navy bases.

All Chile Armed Forces serve the PCU, but will not be taken into the military. They will stay in Chile, and they can volunteer to leave and serve us on foreign battlefields.

Chile is slightly independent. They can make decisions, as long as they don't declare war on another nation or jeopardize the peace. Those can be handled by PCU.

END OF TERMS

Egyptian troops can join the Pacific Union as well. However, a small portion of Egyptian armor, troops, and aircraft have formed with some Chile civilians and soldiers the Chilean Rebels. However, they decided to hide in a highly visible area, where PCU fighter jets can easily find them. 2 sorties were flown, with no casualties on our side.

Rebel Casualties

Air-2 Grounded Jets
Ground-14 Soldiers
Armor-3 Tanks

In Peruvian news, PCU jets dropped bombs and fired missiles all in the Amazon Rain forest. Minimal civilians were wounded or fatally wounded. Medium rebel casualties. Mainly fortifications and armor.

In Idaho, the helicopter prototype was finally finished. Designs have been sent to the Idaho factories, and three have been built so far. The three built have been sent to the other PCU provinces, and they will review it first. However, the Idaho Official Photographer has been injured in a nasty car crash, and probably won't take the pictures for another week.
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| April 9, 2010, 8:19 pm
@Rocky: There is still rebel activity in the area where my PCU Field Base is stationed. Patrols are being sent out daily to route them.
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| April 9, 2010, 10:36 pm
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The HGS Pacifica, the Union's biggest carrier and the only one of it's type due to cost (for now) is setting out for Panama to pickup up a small detachment of SSW aircraft. They'll be heavily watched though, but hopefully this can ease relations after the general suspicion following the recent action.
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| April 9, 2010, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
The HGS Pacifica, the Union's biggest carrier and the only one of it's type due to cost (for now) is setting out for Panama to pickup up a small detachment of SSW aircraft. They'll be heavily watched though, but hopefully this can ease relations after the general suspicion following the recent action.

Many thanks go out to the allowance of these aircraft to be present on the Pacifica. The planes placed here will not be meant to act as a combative force per se, but rather a show of international relations and the power of deterrence.
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| April 9, 2010, 10:50 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Many thanks go out to the allowance of these aircraft to be present on the Pacifica. The planes placed here will not be meant to act as a combative force per se, but rather a show of international relations and the power of deterrence.

What kind of planes?
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| April 9, 2010, 10:58 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
What kind of planes?

Swiss MCAPs so that the footprint aboard ship is reduced and to reduce launch traffic by being VTOL-capable.
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| April 9, 2010, 11:04 pm
NROI would like to inform that Vietnam and Myanmar has officially joining under NROI's power after they agreed to surrender with minimum casulaties to their side. We also would like to inform that we're about to change the name of our nation from New Republic of Indonesia(NROI) into United South East Asian Nations(USEAN). Operation East Indies are indeed a major success.

Our casualties:
10.000 Dead
20.000 Wounded
550 Vehicles destroyed
90 Planes shot down
20 Ships sunk

Enemy casualties:
20.000 Dead
800 Vehicles destroyed
150 Planes shot down
40 Ships sunk

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.I'll make a new thread soon about it.
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| April 10, 2010, 12:39 am
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With central and north African expansion on the rise or already in post-action, the SSW will be pressing the joining of Angola and and Zambia via diplomatic means. With Angola already in good-standings with the SSW, talks should be quick with success. Zambia on the other hand may be slower in development, but with a faltered past economy and an undeveloped military, Swiss protection should be enough to persuade said nation.

In other news, the rally point for Swiss and Baltic troops has been set to the city of Cieckanow. Armoured and mechanized forces should be able to link up early this upcoming week while forces in Warsaw press inwards. MGSs and AIFVs have been doing well in the city by both destroying targets with great effectiveness and sustaining damage.
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| April 10, 2010, 2:11 pm
On the Prussian front, the commanders of the Baltic Army have responded well to the finalization of a rally point. Speed has been picked up and we look forward to meeting the SSW in Ciechanow soon. We have captured the city of Bialystok and are now pushing through the countryside. A group of Prussians, spotted earlier from the air, is running for us, attempting to make it from the recently captured Bialystok to the city of Lomza. A couple armored battalions have been dispatched to deal with them. Bombing also continues on major target cities within Prussia. We're going to keep hitting them until they can't fight back.

In other news, El Presidente de Uruguay and other delegates were flown into Tallinn this morning to meet with government officials of the Baltic Union and negotiate them joining the union. We expect the talks to finish in a couple days, and at that time, we will release full details of Uruguay's incorporation.
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| April 10, 2010, 2:44 pm
Texas troops landed today in Alexandria. They were expecting a D-Day style battle, and rightly so, except on a larger scale. We haven't made it all the way through Alexandria, because the conflict is still going on. My men had minimal casualties due to the fact that my Air-Force had already softened up Cliffe's forces.
In the beginning my armor smashed through light defenses creating a path for my troops, now they are fighting in urban areas and are on their own air-support wise.
An aerial assault will also be launched in an hour consisting of 27,000 paratroopers being dropped over the course of the night. They will mainly carry out operations to seize factories roads, highways and airports. After that the forces will divide, 50,000 of the 200,000 will be heading to hit Port Said from behind, the rest will be heading to Cairo following along the Nile. After most of the fighting in Port Said is done my ships will unload and beginning setting up command centers and moving my fleets into defensive positions.
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Will be uploaded to a map.
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| April 10, 2010, 6:14 pm
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With Greece practically secured, the SSW will be withdrawing 15,000 troops to return to the reserved status and for security purposes. Two weeks from today, the rest will be withdrawn minus 2,500 that will be on "interests defense" duty.

Sakhalin has been granted an addition of 3,000 troops to compliment the 5,000 there as of the beginning of Swiss control. The Maldives will be gaining 4,000 as a permanent detachment and 2,000 rotational Marines from Expeditionary Units. Panama will also be gaining an additional 1,200 to boost up the ranks for the Homeland Security detail. After these troops arrive, the Canal will be open to foreign militaries. The ETA stands at 48 hours.
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| April 10, 2010, 7:28 pm
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My forces have reached the outskirts of Cairo and are holding while Helicopter gunships and fighter bombers attacking egyptian blocking positions. The 5 of the southern Armenian army's motor rifle and 2 of the tank divisions will Swing north and hit the city from their while the rest of the army hits it from the south. The Sinai army will go south and attack luxor. The final assualt will begin at 10:00 pm PT.
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| April 10, 2010, 10:36 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
My forces have reached the outskirts of Cairo and are holding while Helicopter gunships and fighter bombers attacking egyptian blocking positions. The 5 of the southern Armenian army's motor rifle and 2 of the tank divisions will Swing north and hit the city from their while the rest of the army hits it from the south. The Sinai army will go south and attack luxor. The final assualt will begin at 10:00 pm PT.

That should be enough time for my paratroopers to make it. I'll draw up a map.
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| April 10, 2010, 10:41 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
My forces have reached the outskirts of Cairo and are holding while Helicopter gunships and fighter bombers attacking egyptian blocking positions. The 5 of the southern Armenian army's motor rifle and 2 of the tank divisions will Swing north and hit the city from their while the rest of the army hits it from the south. The Sinai army will go south and attack luxor. The final assualt will begin at 10:00 pm PT.

Our troops shall rally at the Ibn Tulun Mosque.
Then, to the capitol building,

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| April 10, 2010, 10:46 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
You get my map?

Your latest one yes, I can't quite make out what's left for me, I assume it's the solid green area.
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| April 10, 2010, 11:00 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
It only shows northern egypt. The green/black striped area is the currently up for grabs. You'll see it in my world map, striped means being claimed/occupied by. Basically shows Prussian-Egypt land will be given to Armenia, that was before I knew you where planning on invade. It just shows the borders of the land I'm going to annex, in the north. The rest of modern-day Egypt is up to grabs for you and Armenia.
http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/3199/mapofegypt.png

Here's a better map. Ukraine is in the Sudan and Israel, Armenia owns Libya and the Sinai. I've occupied and will annex the north coast. The rest of Egypt is for you two to argue over I guess...

Then I shall be taking the green black striped area with my other 200,000 men, just think of it as a large mop-up operation.
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| April 10, 2010, 11:08 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
It only shows northern egypt. The green/black striped area is the currently up for grabs. You'll see it in my world map, striped means being claimed/occupied by. Basically shows Prussian-Egypt land will be given to Armenia, that was before I knew you where planning on invade. It just shows the borders of the land I'm going to annex, in the north. The rest of modern-day Egypt is up to grabs for you and Armenia.
http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/3199/mapofegypt.png

Here's a better map. Ukraine is in the Sudan and Israel, Armenia owns Libya and the Sinai. I've occupied and will annex the north coast. The rest of Egypt is for you two to argue over I guess...

You just said striped meant unclaimed, for I am many confuseds.
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| April 10, 2010, 11:09 pm
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The first flight of the joint attack helicopter was launched today. The Advanced Tactical Gunship will the newest attack aircraft introduced into both the SRAF and SRMA. While the Army is looking for a fast and agile airframe, the Air Force is looking for a technologically advanced defense helicopter. The ATG should meet both sets of standards.

In other news, talks with Angola are already promising with high marks for joining the SSW. The final issues of defense, political structure, and economic reconstruction are underway. Zambia on the other hand is starting up cold. Although they understand that "imperial tension" is greatly evident, their rather short-lived independence from colonial powers of the past seem to bring great nostalgia and nationalistic pride into place. But, hopes are high and there is still the concept of "gunboat diplomacy" that can be put into play.

In Chile, most of the southern islands have been secured with targets being in low number. Closer to the PCU borders, straggling nationalist defenders hold out in urban areas using both conventional and crude tactics (i.e. Guerrilla warfare) being used. Seven hostages were played into "public demonstration of force". However, mechanized infantry and armoured divisions from Argentina are proving to be working well enough to cause disorganization and communication loss amongst enemy forces.

In Poland, the SSW has placed propaganda speakers as well as blaring music all day and night to break the enemy morale while forces in the north prepare for to link up with Baltic forces. Regular sorties from Germany and Slovakia have provided useful neutralization of compact armour and supply convoys. The war will hopefully end quickly.

Back to Africa, the Central African Republic seems to greatly lack organized communication lines to provide effective intel between their resistance movements. Most of the townsfolk welcome the SSW persona of democracy, protection, and wealth by providing soldiers with tangible targets and generalized coordinates of enemy depots, etc. The CAR should be drafted into the Republics around the same time as Poland.
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| April 11, 2010, 1:20 am
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As of 1500 hours EST, Angola has been labeled "Secured; waiting representation". The governing party in power as of now will stay in power until end-year. The military forces will be the national security forces for the moment while Martial Law is in effect until proper representative documentation and jurisdiction is released. The economic switch to the Oro will begin next month and at least half of the businesses should be accounted for in the SSW market in two to three months.

Zambia has opened to minor negotiations finally. This will hopefully lead to agreements into its acceptance into the SSW. The talks at the moment are about citizenship and military presence. Hopefully the talks will move fast so that the area may be secured in a manner of the same pace.
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| April 11, 2010, 3:33 pm
The Chilean Rebels have been eliminated with the heavy bombings of their base by Manta bombers and with a special raid on their base. One of the Hyperfalcon prototypes was found in the base, and we have captured it so we can study it, and hopefully implement the engine design onto the future planes on the PCU.

Peru has been officially declared safe for re-population. Families may come back to their homes, but strict military protection will be implemented. We don't want insurgency, but it probably will happen.
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| April 11, 2010, 5:54 pm
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Allied forces have completely fanned out in Warsaw with the Civil Security Force (CSF) taking lead in the restraint of possible insurgency during the immediate finalized occupation. Riots have been noted in the area with at least 20 allied casualties and the hospitalization of dozens of civilians around the clock. Once the CSF has effectively established a command structure in the area, destructive civilians will be dealt with accordingly and will be treated as refugees until Poland has been completely naturalized into the Republics.

In the Central African Republic, most forces have been able to secure areas quickly with many enemy installations being noted as stranded. Caches around the area from both the militia and standing defense forces have been captured and destroyed in some cases. The hope will be to set a list of proposals upon state drafting (the acceptance into the SSW) and make the final notice of a new national constitution. Relief services and goods will be transported in for the few displaced people in the country via friendly roads in Cameroon and progression of a new African state will carry on in positive progression.

Talks with Zambia have grown get pressure for them to join quickly. With their neighbor Angola already moving towards integration, Zambia cannot delay or tarry. No tangible productivity has been noted.

On a defense note, all medium armored vehicle will begin adding Integrated Active Protection Systems under the list of unit defense. This system is quite similar to the system on the Merkava IV and should reduce the profile of the vehicle because of the earlier tack-on APS units.

Also, the new gunship design for the SRMA and SRAF has undergone some altercations because of bodily depth issues and payload efficiency. Hopefully these changes will be subtle and allow for smooth continuation of the program.
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| April 13, 2010, 6:23 pm
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Due to Israel's un-willingness to surrender the Gaza strip, the invasion will continue.
Ukrainian Storm Troopers have pushed forty miles inland, with aid of a tank force that landed earlier this week. Ukrainian Elites have pinpointed targets in and around Jerusalem, and it will be assaulted tomorrow night at 11:00PM. On the southern side, we have managed to cut off supply lines, and many Israeli soldiers are surrendering due to lack of food, ammunition, etc. The Israeli Air force now resorts entirely on hit-and-run strikes, and over half their numbers have been destroyed.
So far Ukrainian casualties have been:

412 Storm troopers dead
616 Storm Troopers wounded
3 Elites dead
1 Elite wounded
9 Ka-63s down (including craft damaged beyond repair)
1 Ka-65
4 Tu-225s
12 MiG-67s
1 Su-51

Israeli infantry casualties are estimated, but at least 1,000 Israeli soldiers have been killed by small arms fire, and it is unknown how many were killed in bombing raids.
52 Mirage 2,000s and 46 F-35s have been shot down in Air to air combat with Ukrainian forces. It is unknown how many were destroyed on the ground, as nobody has checked the gun-camera films on the Tu-225s, but an estimated 100 aircraft (including helicopters) have been destroyed on the ground.
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| April 14, 2010, 1:21 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
And now you even have a Navy to help you out.

If you could send some ships up the coast of Israel and mortar the coastline north of the Gaza strip, that would be extremely usefull. You have fighter planes and helicopters with the carrier fleet. I want the coastline ready to land Storm Troopers on by next week.
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| April 14, 2010, 3:28 pm
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Cairo has been captured and Spetznaz special op troops are storming the capital building as we speak. The egyptian air force has been all but destroyed and 75% of egypt has been secured. The remaining egyptian forces have retreated south. They are emplymenting a scorched earth policy to prevent the invading forces from capturing their equipment.


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| April 14, 2010, 5:56 pm
I was sick and my internet was down, so this is my first comment in about a month.

Australia has continued to function smoothly, finally defeat the UMN altogether. Australia has continued improvements on it's F-35, including adding anti-matter engines, a new exhaust nozzle, larger weapons bays and better weapons and electronics.
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| April 14, 2010, 7:26 pm
Prussian scientists arrived in Portland today, and received some minor comments regarding how we were in a war with them a couple months ago. They were immediately ferried to their place of job, and now they are busy helping the PCU make better works.
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| April 14, 2010, 7:32 pm
Oh, yeah. Welcome Bolivia. Australia would like to issue a warm greeting from across the sea (and Chile/Peru). We would like to issue a request for an alliance. Australia will supply you with iron ore and minerals in exchange for wood and various other rainforesty things

Too bad about Cliff...
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| April 14, 2010, 7:34 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders
Oh, yeah. Welcome Bolivia. Australia would like to issue a warm greeting from across the sea (and Chile/Peru). We would like to issue a request for an alliance. Australia will supply you with iron ore and minerals in exchange for wood and various other rainforesty things

Too bad about Cliff...
A Trade agreement would be most welcome, an alliance however,must be thought about, on my end, after what happened to Cliff I am going to be cautious

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| April 14, 2010, 7:39 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
My first order, yay! I'll send them their ASAP. Just one question: are these the carriers I used to use in Brendonia?

The carriers used by Brendonia are most usefull, as I have no modern ships. (My Navy consisted of 2010 ships, which needless to say are old-fashioned by now.)
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| April 14, 2010, 7:43 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
Quoting Connor Mulders
Oh, yeah. Welcome Bolivia. Australia would like to issue a warm greeting from across the sea (and Chile/Peru). We would like to issue a request for an alliance. Australia will supply you with iron ore and minerals in exchange for wood and various other rainforesty things

Too bad about Cliff...
A Trade agreement would be most welcome, an alliance however,must be thought about, on my end, after what happened to Cliff I am going to be cautious

Seeing as we share borders in South America, I would like to propose a no-fire treaty, and possibly an alliance.
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| April 14, 2010, 7:47 pm
Idaho Intelligence keeps finding more rebels near forward command base #11. PCU reinforcements have been sent. The helicopter prototypes now number in at 10. Cameramen have not been sent, mainly because they have lost their cameras, and are waiting for them to be returned.
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| April 14, 2010, 8:02 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Seeing as we share borders in South America, I would like to propose a no-fire treaty, and possibly an alliance.
I will accept a no fire treaty, however, I must think about being allied with anyone.

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| April 14, 2010, 8:13 pm
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With some "selective negotiating", Zambia has agreed to join the Republics as of 2020 hours EST. Like Angola, the governing party will stay in power for the rest of their term or until the SSW thinks it may have a preferred power to be placed within the national government. Because Zambia is a very militia-based military and lacks conventional tactics, only 1/3 of their standing forces will be kept in tact and the dropped forces will be filled with regulars from elsewhere in the SSW. The ones being kept intact will undergo intensified training to come up to standard and their arsenal of weaponry will be revamped/replaced. With southern African completely filled and proclaimed secured, a centralized economic distinction will be made and dubbed the Southern African Trade Committee. The SATC will make the African states a bit less reliant in terms of reporting to the European market and will help focus the revenue into going to the local community.
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| April 14, 2010, 8:27 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
Quoting Jack Ford
Seeing as we share borders in South America, I would like to propose a no-fire treaty, and possibly an alliance.
I must think about being allied with anyone.
That is a very wise desicion, especially after the recent events. Keep in mind though that loners don't last long here.

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| April 14, 2010, 8:41 pm
The Light Reconnaissance Truck-1 has been completed by Idaho scientists. Moving away from the standard box vehicle of Idaho past, this vehicle has many curves. Sadly, it has fallen to the same thing the MTH-1 has fallen too, no camera man.
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| April 14, 2010, 8:47 pm
Quoting John Dawn
Quoting Connor Mulders
Oh, yeah. Welcome Bolivia. Australia would like to issue a warm greeting from across the sea (and Chile/Peru). We would like to issue a request for an alliance. Australia will supply you with iron ore and minerals in exchange for wood and various other rainforesty things

Too bad about Cliff...
A Trade agreement would be most welcome, an alliance however,must be thought about, on my end, after what happened to Cliff I am going to be cautious

Fine by me! ;)
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| April 14, 2010, 8:49 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting John Dawn
Quoting Jack Ford
Seeing as we share borders in South America, I would like to propose a no-fire treaty, and possibly an alliance.
I must think about being allied with anyone.
That is a very wise desicion, especially after the recent events. Keep in mind though that loners don't last long here.
Understood, I have to look into a country's history first.

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| April 14, 2010, 8:53 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
Also, I would just like to say RIP to Nnenn. The Legoing world lost one of the greats.

His European-style fighter has inspired me to build better jets.

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| April 14, 2010, 8:59 pm
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The SSW will be opening trade agreements with Bangladesh and hopefully India in the near future. With Bangladesh still developing, but greatly on the rise, boosting the economy and military development will prove beneficial on the accounts of both of our nations. Not only this, but with capitalistic realms outsourcing to India, Bangladesh should be able to do the same with much of their market being influenced by Western nations. Ties from the Commonwealth of Nations should help the visage of this trade, or at least with the new African SEZ. On a defense standpoint, with Bangladesh having better standards with the Chinese military, Eastern tactics will be viewed first hand on part of the SSW and the Western counterpart will be acknowledged by Bangladesh.
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| April 14, 2010, 9:57 pm
Idaho Intelligence just keeps finding more rebels near PCU Forward Command Bases in Eastern Peru, near Brazil. We request Lone Star Republic and/or Ukraine's help in preventing rebels from Brazil making their way into Peru, or Peru Rebels going to Brazil and then coming back.
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| April 15, 2010, 6:28 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Idaho Intelligence just keeps finding more rebels near PCU Forward Command Bases in Eastern Peru, near Brazil. We request Lone Star Republic and/or Ukraine's help in preventing rebels from Brazil making their way into Peru, or Peru Rebels going to Brazil and then coming back.
I will set up additional border patrol to prevent any hostile movement.

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| April 15, 2010, 6:31 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
His European-style fighter has inspired me to build better jets.


Same here. In fact, I think me being inspired might have inspired you.

And those rebels are a problem. Too bad I withdrew the Armored Legion last week. Hmm... Is there any international rules against using chemical weapons on these guys? I mean, the UN did collapse... Just sayin'.
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| April 15, 2010, 6:58 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Same here. In fact, I think me being inspired might have inspired you.

And those rebels are a problem. Too bad I withdrew the Armored Legion last week. Hmm... Is there any international rules against using chemical weapons on these guys? I mean, the UN did collapse... Just sayin'.
I've still got tanks, helicopters and fighter planes in Brazil if they are needed to knock out some rebels. I'm still fighting geurilla warriors in Brazil, so my forces are always ready to respond at a moment's notice. Geurilla war bands are common in the Northern areas of Brazil, where the dense jungles make them impossible to locate. There could be some co-ordination with the Peruvian and Brazilian geurillas.

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| April 15, 2010, 7:36 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Same here. In fact, I think me being inspired might have inspired you.

And those rebels are a problem. Too bad I withdrew the Armored Legion last week. Hmm... Is there any international rules against using chemical weapons on these guys? I mean, the UN did collapse... Just sayin'.
I've still got tanks, helicopters and fighter planes in Brazil if they are needed to knock out some rebels. I'm still fighting geurilla warriors in Brazil, so my forces are always ready to respond at a moment's notice. Geurilla war bands are common in the Northern areas of Brazil, where the dense jungles make them impossible to locate. There could be some co-ordination with the Peruvian and Brazilian geurillas.


Well, that's a good alternative to defoliants and the like. Shall we work together?

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| April 15, 2010, 7:39 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Well, that's a good alternative to defoliants and the like. Shall we work together?

Sounds good. Destroying thousands of miles of jungle doesn't sound like a favourable option... I'll begin scouting for possible hostile targets with MiL-92Bs. (The ones with weapon pylons.) I think those will work quite well, due to their small feul consuption and high-tech scanner package.
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| April 15, 2010, 8:07 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Sounds good. Destroying thousands of miles of jungle doesn't sound like a favourable option... I'll begin scouting for possible hostile targets with MiL-92Bs. (The ones with weapon pylons.) I think those will work quite well, due to their small feul consuption and high-tech scanner package.

If need be the case, the SSW can supply some MCAPs granted it is S/VTOL-capable aircraft and has limited hovering capabilities with as much range as any intermediate airframe as well as the payload capacity of a plane in the same category.
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| April 15, 2010, 8:41 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Idaho Intelligence just keeps finding more rebels near PCU Forward Command Bases in Eastern Peru, near Brazil. We request Lone Star Republic and/or Ukraine's help in preventing rebels from Brazil making their way into Peru, or Peru Rebels going to Brazil and then coming back.

The Bolivian Republic will watch its borders near there closely and increase security, and provide help if needed, however it looks as though the other countries have it taken care of.
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| April 15, 2010, 10:04 pm
Quoting John Dawn
The Bolivian Republic will watch its borders near there closely and increase security, and provide help if needed, however it looks as though the other countries have it taken care of.

Thanks Dawn. We'll try to have them taken care of in the next couple of weeks.
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| April 15, 2010, 10:06 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Thanks Dawn. We'll try to have them taken care of in the next couple of weeks.

Just being a friendly neighbor
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| April 15, 2010, 10:10 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
If need be the case, the SSW can supply some MCAPs granted it is S/VTOL-capable aircraft and has limited hovering capabilities with as much range as any intermediate airframe as well as the payload capacity of a plane in the same category.

You may help if you want to. The more scanners in the sky the higher the chances of success im my opinion.
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| April 15, 2010, 11:40 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders
Australia has continued improvements on it's F-35, including adding anti-matter engines...

Now what have we told you about that?
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| April 15, 2010, 11:45 pm
The Baltic Army met with the SSW forces from the north earlier this week, and over the past few days have been dealing the final crushing blow to what remains of Prussia.

We have broken the back of the Luftwaffe. The skies are now completely ours. After facing weeks of onslaught, the Prussian forces have been retreating more and more, their numbers falling every day. We are confident that the war in Prussia shall be over as fast as our armies can move to the border.
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| April 15, 2010, 11:49 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
You may help if you want to. The more scanners in the sky the higher the chances of success im my opinion.

If it necessary, I can also provide GH-78 Gunships to patrol the ground below for any rebels..
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| April 16, 2010, 4:38 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
If it necessary, I can also provide GH-78 Gunships to patrol the ground below for any rebels..

I think we have it covered. Thank's for the offer though!
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| April 16, 2010, 12:23 pm
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30 MCAPs from the reserved forces in Argentina will be sent to the allied forces in the Amazon. Ukraine will be directive forward command granted the SRAF is a guest of their skies and targeting is limited on our part. Additional aircraft will be flown in as seen needed.

In the Central African Republic, enemy forces have been estimated to a total of 23% actively conflicting with SSW forces. This is a severely low number and the CAR will soon be declared secured with a new administrative unit already being crammed together. This area will be highly autonomous granted it's between two nations without a connective body. Several armoured divisions will stationed in the area. The SSW is requesting a 72 hour monitored pass to use Ukrainian airspace to fly from South Africa to the Central African Republic.

In Poland, allied forces have been noted to continuously neutralizing the remnant forces. Again, the lack of a de facto hierarchy in terms of a superior chief-in-command has reduced both morale and communicative effectiveness on part of the enemy. However, the centralized provinces just north of Warsaw are proving a bit difficult with great defensive efforts and pocketed armour destroying allied supply movements. Several small towns have been shifting power around the Warsaw area with little hope of claiming them before the combined north and northeast forces get to link with the south. Tear gas and blaring music will be tried on these cities as a unexpected hand to be played if observed by the enemy. Hopefully, the end of this month will signify a secured and united Poland.

Also, the SSW would like to station 10,000 permanent Peacekeepers in the Baltic Union as a joint defense effort. Although full trust is presented to the Baltic Union, attacks may be deterred by the fact of a more "backed" power standing in between the lines.
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| April 16, 2010, 6:00 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

Also, the SSW would like to station 10,000 permanent Peacekeepers in the Baltic Union as a joint defense effort. Although full trust is presented to the Baltic Union, attacks may be deterred by the fact of a more "backed" power standing in between the lines.

You may go right ahead. We shall treat them as guests.


In other news, after intense talks lasting over a week in Tallinn, Uruguay has agreed to join the Baltic Union. What follows are the series of changes to be made.

-The former Uruguayan government will remain in power in Uruguay, overseen by us. We will watch their every move.

-In times of war, either in the area around Uruguay or if total war is called by us, we assume full control.

-All men currently in the Uruguayan Military will be sent to the Baltic Union for more extensive training. At the end of their training, they will be shipped back. In the meantime they will be replaced by Baltic Union military contingents.

-All Uruguayan military possessions be adopted into the Baltic Union Military, and will be systematically replaced as time goes on.

-Uruguayan naval ships will be kept as a starting point for build up of a larger Navy in the area. Construction will also begin to start on ships to be stationed there. The Estonia Class Aircraft Carrier B.N.S. Uruguay, and a Tallinn Class Cruiser B.N.S. Montevideo. These will be constructed in Montevideo.

-The Uruguayan Flag will be Changed.

-The name shall be changed to Baltic Uruguay.

-And the Baltic Union will be setting up programs for economic advancement effective immediately.

-The Baltic Union reserves the rights to any and all oil off the coast of Uruguay.
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| April 16, 2010, 7:06 pm
With the Polish skies clear of enemy aircraft, the Royal Air Force will be fully committed to the conflict. Continuous close air support should now be able to most Allied forces, between the SSW, BU, and SRN/SRAF aircraft. Scottish naval support is still widely available for pounding enemy fortifications/cities and large troop formations.

In other news, Scotland must insist that no compensation is needed for the LAV's given to the SSW. The LAV-25A2 is available for sale to all countries within the UNS and other allies of Scotland.
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| April 16, 2010, 10:40 pm
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Granted that Scotland has been operating some of aging LCACs, the SSW would like to grant said nation with 12 of its newer UACs. Although not as large, it can ferry enough troops and provide a next generation role to the Royal Navy and Marines.

In other news, with joint shipping industries in Hong Kong, the only logical step would to open trade and defense acquisitions with Taiwan as well. This should grant a new field for economic prowess and provide Taiwan with some newer technologies having been deprived via the steel-trap that is China.
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| April 16, 2010, 11:08 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW is requesting a 72 hour monitored pass to use Ukrainian airspace to fly from South Africa to the Central African Republic.

This is OK with me. I will escort your aircraft, as always.
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| April 16, 2010, 11:26 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
This is OK with me. I will escort your aircraft, as always.

Very good. The flights will begin at noon tomorrow. This should be more than enough time for flight registrations to be exchanged and for the aircraft to be inspected if needed.
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| April 16, 2010, 11:43 pm
GAF-1s, IF-2s, GAP-1s, and MAB-1s will be patrolling east Peru for the next week or two to help find rebels.

The IMAH has been modified into the International Fallen Nations Museum. It now holds things from Nevada, David Smith, Cliffe, and the old United States.
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| April 17, 2010, 11:31 am
Quoting Nick Shelton
GAF-1s, IF-2s, GAP-1s, and MAB-1s will be patrolling east Peru for the next week or two to help find rebels.

The IMAH has been modified into the International Fallen Nations Museum. It now holds things from Nevada, David Smith, Cliffe, and the old United States.

I came captured a bunch of old Nathanian things during the conquest of Scandinavia if you want some.


Also, I am looking to purchase some islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Does anyone have any they'd be willing let go?
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| April 17, 2010, 1:52 pm
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The second flight of the ATG was launched today. This one demonstrated maneuvering capabilities as well as the new multi-target engagement system. Needless to say, this airframe will most likely be a good rip-off of the AH-64 with domesticated production methods.

Moving along, the new Economic Development Minister flew to the CAR today and will be one of eight new members to the CAR government. The Internal Defense Minister will be the next one in within the day. The latter individual will be able to direct the new forces being flown into the country effectively.

In Poland, the resistance in Warsaw was dealt a powerful blow when security detachment raided thirty-two different sites today and neutralized two-thirds of the insurgency command and remaining Prussian forces within the city. A minute troops withdrawal will be occurring shortly so that the surrounding towns can be captured in anticipation for allied forces to arrive.

Moving to Asia, the SSW has sold 80 AMBT Mk.Is, 300 MUTs, 108 AIFVs, and a great surplus of LSSVs to Bangladesh. In return, the nation has agreed to reduce taxing for SSW companies opening branches in the country as well as minute basing rights in two port-towns.

Taiwan has recently ordered a few vehicles of its own mainly consisting of MUTs and AIFVs to compliment its small defense force. The payment of these vehicles will mainly consist of reduced prices on shipping from this area and the ability to train in joint relation with the island-nation.
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| April 17, 2010, 5:40 pm
Today, NROI forces are preparing to invade The Philippines because their Leader, Brian, are no where to be seen and our needs for crude oil and teritory.Ukraine, however would like to aid militarily in the invasion of the Philippines in exchange for the right to build a large military base there, which is fine by me. Now, what i need is a moderator in this combat..
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| April 17, 2010, 10:34 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Today, NROI forces are preparing to invade The Philippines because their Leader, Brian, are no where to be seen and our needs for crude oil and teritory.Ukraine, however would like to aid militarily in the invasion of the Philippines in exchange for the right to build a large military base there, which is fine by me. Now, what i need is a moderator in this combat..

Granted Brian isn't available/active, you may moderate the action yourself if you wish.

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| April 17, 2010, 10:37 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Granted Brian isn't available/active, you may moderate the action yourself if you wish.

Okay, thanks for the info.
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| April 17, 2010, 10:49 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Today, NROI forces are preparing to invade The Philippines because their Leader, Brian, are no where to be seen and our needs for crude oil and teritory.Ukraine, however would like to aid militarily in the invasion of the Philippines in exchange for the right to build a large military base there, which is fine by me. Now, what i need is a moderator in this combat..
As Dr. S said, we can moderate this one. My forces are being sent. To save time, my Storm troopers are being flown. The Tanks, APCs, and other large items will come with the Navy.

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| April 17, 2010, 10:49 pm
Texas, is perplexed on what to do with the situation in the Philippines. We were allies with Brian, and also found him a tough adversary, it would be a shame to lose his land, one of the very first nations in the RA-CAS-UEN to the NROI a slightly newer state, however, seeing as how Ukraine is backing this invasion, and seeing as how I am close allies with Ukraine I do not wish to fight over his land. I wish we could come to some agreement, If anyone gets the land it should be Jack.
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| April 17, 2010, 11:00 pm
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In light of the invasion of the Philippines, the SSW will be flying 10,000 Peacekeepers to Taiwan to reinforce their self-defense forces with more specialized troops. Their order for armed vehicles has also been moved up and will be sent from Sakhalin to avoid hostile waters.

Also, the SSW has begun fielding several new prototypical artillery supplementary vehicles for combat reception in Poland. If field data is positive, the vehicle will be manufactured en masse.
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| April 17, 2010, 11:01 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Ryan Blackout
Today, NROI forces are preparing to invade The Philippines because their Leader, Brian, are no where to be seen and our needs for crude oil and teritory.Ukraine, however would like to aid militarily in the invasion of the Philippines in exchange for the right to build a large military base there, which is fine by me. Now, what i need is a moderator in this combat..
As Dr. S said, we can moderate this one. My forces are being sent. To save time, my Storm troopers are being flown. The Tanks, APCs, and other large items will come with the Navy.

That is okay. I will start by bombarding the beaches of Mindanao on the south. I recommend you to paradrop there and then work our way up to the north.
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| April 17, 2010, 11:03 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
That is okay. I will start by bombarding the beaches of Mindanao on the south. I recommend you to paradrop there and then work our way up to the north.
Alright. My nearest Navy force is in Russia, so my plan is to invade the South, have the Navy, tank force, and 5,000 Storm Troopers invade from the North, and meet in the middle. I've given Brendon Dore orders to attack the North and work South with the Navy fleet. If we attack from all sides, the defending forces won't be able to concentrate on where to defend, and the war will go much faster. I'll start bombing immediately.

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| April 17, 2010, 11:44 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Ryan Blackout
That is okay. I will start by bombarding the beaches of Mindanao on the south. I recommend you to paradrop there and then work our way up to the north.
Alright. My nearest Navy force is in Russia, so my plan is to invade the South, have the Navy, tank force, and 5,000 Storm Troopers invade from the North, and meet in the middle. I've given Brendon Dore orders to attack the North and work South with the Navy fleet. If we attack from all sides, the defending forces won't be able to concentrate on where to defend, and the war will go much faster. I'll start bombing immediately.

Sounds great. I'll Send my 17.000 troops to Invade the south and east part and work my way up to the middle where my forces will meet yours. Im also sending some bombers to hunt down any Brian's ships blocking your path to the Philippines.
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| April 18, 2010, 12:57 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Sounds great. I'll Send my 17.000 troops to Invade the south and east part and work my way up to the middle where my forces will meet yours. Im also sending some bombers to hunt down any Brian's ships blocking your path to the Philippines.
Sounds good. I'll be landing on the West and North coastlines. I'll go ahead and airdrop tomorrow, after a night of bombing. The Ukranian Navy has Tu-225Cs to hunt down Filipino ships, as well as various Helicopters, Su-51s, Su-30s, MiG-29s, MiG-67s, and F/A-38s. (Produced in Ukraine off of blueprints that were taken through mischevious methods.)
5 Ar-59s are stationed in East Russia, so they will be sent down to soften up resistance. Ukranian fighter planes will eliminate any threat of enemy air force.

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| April 18, 2010, 1:43 am
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In an attempt to disrupt anti-national organizations, the SSW will begin an inter-oceanic patrol that aims to protect both commercial and military vessels serving under the Sovereign Republics' Grand Navy. A new branch of the Naval Air Corps will also be established that will specialize in boarding, air-to-surface marksmanship, and rescue operations. With that being the case, this new detachment should bring in the contract of a few new weapon designs and promising special operations joint ventures.

In Poland, SRMA engineers have been slowly rounding up the neutralized/abandoned equipment from Prussia to be scrapped or handed over to the Baltic Union under the agreement to grant a majority of the material loot to them. Some of the old Prussian ships will be used as targets for the SRGN and SRAF as will some of their tanks. The rest will be re-serviced as screws and bolts to make for the next generation of SSW equipment.

Aside from the tangible goods, the Prussian people seem to reject the SSW stance in the area. Many expectorate as troops and security detail march on and many children seem to discharge rocks at vehicles. Some internal strings may be pulled to remove these individuals as a whole and send them elsewhere. Talks with Macedonia have lead to the possibility of ranking their population with these now refugees.
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| April 18, 2010, 1:51 am
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After just one night of combat, the Medium Adaptive Artillery Truck was loved by the crewmen it served with. Granted it can outfit both a standard 155mm artillery cannon and an MLRS HIMARS, crewmen praise its open layout as well as mobility. The en mass production ordered has been set and the first batch of 50 vehicles will be distributed in two weeks.

Also, the order for the first 25 Advanced Tactical Gunships has been released and will be met around the same time as the MAATs. Overall, the SRMA should be operating a two-pronged artillery movement with enough firepower displacement to reduce the need on close-air-support from jet aircraft.
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| April 18, 2010, 12:45 pm
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20,000 Peacekeepers flew out of the SSW today to become a permanent detachment with the Bangladesh military. This will allow Asian acclimatization and the ability to train in terrains a bit foreign to the SSW. The Peacekeepers sent to Taiwan will follow in a similar fashion and will also protect the new industries that will be established later down the road.

Back to Europe. All allied forces in the country have linked up leaving only pockets of enemy forces left. The ultimatum has been sent that if they do not surrender by 1200 hours EST, direct bombing runs will occur to neutralize them; in other words, shock-and-awe tactics. I don't think these folks want tanks and artillery shells stomping on their doorstep.

Also, pre-flight test will be going on in the course of the next couple of weeks to get the United Space Program up and running. This program is set for more orbital flights and the eventual projection of space-borne defense systems in a large, but controlled network.
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| April 19, 2010, 11:47 pm
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As an unfortunate circumstance of war, 16 SSW soldiers were killed in action during a patrol in Poland. Direct mortar contact was met as three LSSVs were making a patrol along some countryside roads. One of the mortars hit the lead vehicle and utterly destroyed it. Three more rounds hit in close proximity leaving major shrapnel disposal. The mortar crew was found and neutralized by close-air-support.

Aside from this attack, things in the majority of the country seem to be going smoothly. The major issue now is the civil unrest in the capital districts near and in Warsaw. The security forces have arrested nearly two hundred individuals under the suspicion or caught in the act of assaulting SSW troops and representatives. Correctional behavior will be administered and they may be deported entirely.
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| April 20, 2010, 7:59 pm
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Due to cold fingers, I'm going to abridge the combat report...
Ukranian Storm Troopers have been succesfully airdroped. The airdrop was scheduled for yesterday, but due to unexpected resistance from the Filipino Air Force it was rescheduled. 5,000 Storm Troopers and 25 Elites have been dropped behind enemy lines, and are making rapid advancement. Also, the elites have been tasked with designating targets for Ar-59s.

In Israel, resistance has increased tremendously as we near Jerusalem. The IAF is fighting back against our bomber fleets with savage determination to defend their capitol. Superiorily trained Su-51s have held their ground, but bombing has been reduced, as additional escorts are needed. We plan on storming Jerusalem Friday.
That's all for now...
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| April 20, 2010, 9:41 pm
Ok, so, a status report for the AIS:

First of all, the Alliance of Independent states is officially changing its formal name. It has always been known by this title, but is formally and officially changing its name to Alianza de Estados Independientes, and its abbreviation to AEI. Henceforth, the nation is to be known as the AEI.

AEI forces in Peru are being pulled out after the defeat of the rebels. 1000 are to be left in Pucallpa, 500 to go to Easter Island, the rest to return home to Central America. OIE forces will also be pulled out, only 50 to remain in Pucallpa, and 25 to remain on Easter Island.
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| April 20, 2010, 10:14 pm
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I am announcing a joint military space station project with the SSW. No space to ground lasers or anything like that. It will hold one company of Armenian Setznaz, one company of SSW soldiers, a missile detection system and a high resolution camera. If anyone else would like to join this project I am open to more partners. If anyone has any objections please email me.


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| April 20, 2010, 10:45 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
I am announcing a joint military space station project with the SSW. No space to ground lasers or anything like that. It will hold one company of Armenian Setznaz, one company of SSW soldiers, a missile detection system and a high resolution camera. If anyone else would like to join this project I am open to more partners. If anyone has any objections please email me.


The Bolivian Republic would like to donate funds, and raw materials for this project in a show of goodwill.
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| April 20, 2010, 10:52 pm
The Union of Nova Scotia will be launching a weather satellite into space for further study of weather phenomenon(obviosly) in the northern hemisphere, we're studying differential storms and/or storm cells...
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| April 20, 2010, 10:56 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
The Bolivian Republic would like to donate funds, and raw materials for this project in a show of goodwill.

Cool. Our biggest concern was funding. This is the best thing we could have hopped for. Would you like to buy any of our military products?
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| April 20, 2010, 11:00 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Cool. Our biggest concern was funding. This is the best thing we could have hopped for. Would you like to buy any of our military products?
Fighter jets

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| April 20, 2010, 11:04 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
Quoting Cole Atelian
Cool. Our biggest concern was funding. This is the best thing we could have hopped for. Would you like to buy any of our military products?
Fighter jets

I have several types of fighters what type would you like to purchase?
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| April 20, 2010, 11:06 pm
NROI's 15.000 troops finally set foot on Filipino soil and setting up a forward HQ.We also dropped 1.000 Paratroopers behind enemy lines to secure important facilities. Our Airforce also patrolling the skies above for 24 hours non-stop in order to hunt down any remaining aircraft that caused enough trouble to our ally.
That is all.
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| April 21, 2010, 9:34 am
Quoting Cole Atelian
I have several types of fighters what type would you like to purchase?

Im interested in joining your space program. Is it possible that i donate materials and building/launch site?
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| April 21, 2010, 9:41 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Im interested in joining your space program. Is it possible that i donate materials and building/launch site?

I think the goal right now is just to use the launch sites in my territory granted it would take time to build an entire compound. However, most of the donated materials will go to building modules for the station. The entire process will end up being quite similar to the International Space Station.
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| April 21, 2010, 4:26 pm
A moment of great rejoicing happened today. After weeks of waiting for PCU photographers to arrive in Peru to take pictures of the new builds, they have arrived. Pics on Flickr in a moment.
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| April 21, 2010, 5:03 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
I have several types of fighters what type would you like to purchase?

F-15 Eagles
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| April 21, 2010, 10:03 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
F-15 Eagles

Easy. How many do you want. They are my reserve fighters.
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| April 21, 2010, 11:54 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
A moment of great rejoicing happened today. After weeks of waiting for PCU photographers to arrive in Peru to take pictures of the new builds, they have arrived. Pics on Flickr in a moment.

AEI troops are allowing these phtotgraphers to take photos of newly re-built structures in AEI controlled zones of Peru.

Also, is Lake Baikal in Russia (and the area surrounding it) under the jurisdiction of any nation?
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| April 22, 2010, 10:13 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Easy. How many do you want. They are my reserve fighters.
100 should be sufficient

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| April 22, 2010, 10:18 pm
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