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International Conversation Forum Pt.XXIX
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The other one got full rather quickly.

Highlights:

-Prusso-Egypt is now, more or less, externalized territory. The coalition forces are now mopping up.

-A joint space program has been opened and is looking quite hopeful.

-The Philippines have been invaded by Indonesia and Ukraine with what will most likely end up being a smooth exercise of one-sided prevalence.
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| April 22, 2010, 10:21 pm
AEI would like to join in the joint space program. Just let me know where I should send by technicians and such.
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| April 22, 2010, 10:30 pm
MTH-1s and LRT-1s have entered mass production with the first 50 units being delivered to the PCU in two weeks.
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| April 22, 2010, 10:51 pm
Joint program, best start up a new one.
Texas has now announced that several billion dollars in funding will be given to the new Texas Aeronautics and Space Association, we are using the U.S.'s scrapped plans for mars. Not saying anything about colonization, but we want to be the first.
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| April 22, 2010, 10:57 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
Not saying anything about colonization, but we want to be the first.

I think you just invoked a second Space Race.

In any case, the SSW plans to have its first module completed in three to five weeks. This will be the communications and secondary life support host. While construction is worked upon, maintenance on the launch platforms of Florida and South Africa has begun today after a few days of planning on the funding direction. Once the USP (United Space Program) is completed, the SSW will be expressing interests in adapting test beds for kinetic energy drops (KED) that will aid in the next generation of ICBMs.
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| April 22, 2010, 11:17 pm
The Pacific Union Space Program was created many months ago after we made the budget. However, nothing was made for it. That shall soon change...
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| April 22, 2010, 11:31 pm
Quoting Will Gober
Joint program, best start up a new one.
Texas has now announced that several billion dollars in funding will be given to the new Texas Aeronautics and Space Association, we are using the U.S.'s scrapped plans for mars. Not saying anything about colonization, but we want to be the first.

Perhaps the Union of Nova Scotia can be of some assistance to ya?
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| April 23, 2010, 11:00 am
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The SSW has granted 1.4 billion SSO to various large-scale medical foundations in the the prevalence of researching genetic disorders and eventual cure of them. Aside from that, medical mapping will be the other highlight of this bill and future planning will come from the results of these programs.

Moving along, the SSW will be attempting several projects in the category of tiltjets. If any of these are a success, the alteration of S/VTOL aircraft will be set and the footprint from aircraft aboard deck will be greatly reduced with the lack of a full-length wingspan.
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| April 23, 2010, 6:18 pm
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'Bout time for some war updates...

In Israel, Jerusalem still has not fallen. The fighting is intense, and the Israeli troops are becoming more desperate in their resistance. Heavy bombing has been a success, and all electricity has been shut down.

In The Phillipines, my soldiers have been advancing at an acceptable rate. Due to the dense terrain, not many enemy soldiers have been encountered. The Filipino air force is avoiding open combat, and attempting hit-and-run attacks on our bomber fleets.
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| April 24, 2010, 1:01 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
So...there are three countries invading the Philipines? O_o

Yep. I'm in for a Navy Base. I plan on building a large military base on the NorthWest coast.
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| April 24, 2010, 5:21 pm
War Report on Filipino
Our Airforce has successfully cripple the Filipino Airforce. Yesterday, Our bombers destroyed some 15 fighters on the airfield and our fighter shoot down as many as 10 fighters.
We believe if we continue at this rate, We'll have the Full air control by Wednesday.
That is all.
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| April 24, 2010, 9:39 pm
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The SSW has granted production rights of the MATT to Taiwan in exchange for the rights to utilize their ports during the event of a Pacific war.

Moving along, the SSW will begin a series of acting flights to mobilize Prussian loyalists to the more accepting Republic of Macedonia. They will be moved on their own accord and all their belongings will be moved in donation by government funding.

Also, the death penalty has been reinstated in the SSW. Because the Republics stretch across the globe, taxation to keep punished individuals within the prison system is too demanding. From now on persons convicted of the highest sorts of federal crimes will be hanged.
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| April 24, 2010, 11:17 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
will be hung.
*Hanged

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| April 25, 2010, 12:16 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
will be hung.
*Hanged

I never specified he would be executed via a hanging. He could just very well be suspended and left to rot. Just sayin'.
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| April 25, 2010, 12:22 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I never specified he would be executed via a hanging. He could just very well be suspended and left to rot. Just sayin'.

Well thats a pleasant sight.
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| April 25, 2010, 12:25 pm
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The SSW will begin exercising routine safety drills. These will include systematic evacuations, routine safety inspections, and theoretical riot control situations. This will increase the effectiveness of the people to get to safety while defense forces act in case of attack.

Aside from that, military contracts will become more regular in the next few months as the SSW prepares to enter the fourth generation of weapon systems. The hopeful outcome will be more specialized vehicles for the Marines and Security Force. The Air Force will also be in the works to attempt to reduce foreign dependency, but this will most likely not occur.
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| April 25, 2010, 1:53 pm
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The SSW would like to purchase two more Hydra-class ships to compliment the already commissioned seaborne craft. These ships will be stationed in Panama if all goes well.

Moving along, representatives from the Maldives, Bangladesh, and Taiwan have meet to discuss a defense union that will allow Indian and Pacific assets to rest securely. This council has been colloquially named the Asian Triangle and aims to involve full training exercises along with a high-altitude
transportation system in favor of war time. Engineers and technicians from the SSW have been sent to both nations to observe the already existing defense structures and vehicle maintenance levels. The meeting should end in approximately ten days.
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| April 26, 2010, 7:27 pm
The Union of Nova Scotia is making plans to create an new F-15 Eagle/Harrier Hybrid aircraft under a project called "Vertbird".
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| April 27, 2010, 4:45 pm
Forward Command Base 11 has been attacked. Over one hundred rebels have attacked the base, with PCU troops days away. The brave souls there will have to hold out.
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| April 27, 2010, 4:59 pm
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The SSW has been researching new shock absorbing materials that may be applied to many fields of the armed forces and civil market. The main idea at the moment is to create a "padded" aft deck on an aircraft carrier to reduce speeds during landings and perhaps a safer perspective if accidents occur in which a plane slams into the rear of a ship. This technology may also serve as a secondary lining on ground-based vehicles to absorb the kinetic energy from high-impact weapon systems and in turn reduce the likelihood of having stress fractures along the vehicle hull. The civil market is more open but opens to security purposes such as vehicle stoppers and the like. Again though, these are all hypothetical uses granted the materials have not been proven.

Moving along, anti-piracy efforts have increased with regular patrols in the Persian Gulf and long-range patrols in the Indian Ocean itself basing out of the Maldives. A total of eighteen individuals have been arrested in the past three weeks and numerous vessels have been destroyed. Granted these are high intensive operations, the SSW will be backing the light MRNC fleets with at least one Hydra that is not actively patrolling domestic waters. Seaborne training will commence along with these operations to provide an effective means to use the willing tax dollars.

Also, the SSW is requesting that Macedonia may allow us to train along the Greek coast(s) to gain experience in terms of rough(er) beaches and different waters than those of the cold northern waters.
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| April 28, 2010, 8:35 pm
Bombings near FCB 11 began today, but the rebels have not yet let up. Troop reinforcements are still days away.
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| April 28, 2010, 10:15 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
The Hellenic Navy would be happy if SSW naval forces would come to the Aegean for training. Areas for landing, littoral, and riverside training are available on Crete and in the Peloponnese. Destroyers will meet with your ships and be happy to assist any way they can. In fact, I am formally inviting all UNS member states to send ships for join naval exercises in the Med.

The SSW thanks Macedonia generously for its acceptance of an organized training operation. The SSW highly encourages an overall UNS practice operation granted most combat has been in northern waters and plus there hasn't really been a tangible organized naval practice as of yet. This should bring the command structure of the combined navies to a more unified state and the direction of each others strengths/weaknesses may be addressed.
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| April 28, 2010, 10:21 pm
AUUUUUGGGGGHHHHH!!!!! MY INTERNET WENT DOWN AGAIN!!!!!

Ahem....

Anyways, Australia has no new news to report, besides the fact that any Australian military participation will soon be terminated due to overextension of supplies and plain old boredom
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| April 29, 2010, 8:06 pm
Oh, one more thing.

Australia is willing to sell uninhabited and non-sacred land to create air or naval bases in return for military alliances
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| April 29, 2010, 8:11 pm
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Quoting Connor Mulders
Oh, one more thing.

Australia is willing to sell uninhabited and non-sacred land to create air or naval bases in return for military alliances

On behalf the entire UNS, we ask you keep the basing number very exclusive for fear of allowing not-so-friendly nations to enter a territorial subject (Australia) of the UNS. Plus, in case of war time, these military alliances of yours may prove fatal in respects to land defense seeing as though you're pretty far from the rest of the extended UNS power. Play it safe.
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| April 29, 2010, 8:32 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders
Oh, one more thing.

Australia is willing to sell uninhabited and non-sacred land to create air or naval bases in return for military alliances

The Bolivian Republic would like to purchase some land.
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| April 29, 2010, 8:40 pm
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The SSW has made the decision to switch the fuel for support vehicles (i.e. logistical transports) to biodiesel. This will reduce the footprint by SSW forces in occupied territory and increase the efficiency of any base established by the Republics. Eventually, the Navy will utilize the same system once naval basing becomes more popular which will allow a reduced need to go ashore and gain the fuels needed.

Moving along, the Asian Triangle is now de facto in representative power. Taiwan, Bangladesh, and the Maldives will serve as a greater system of policing neighboring actions and provide first-response defense in the eastern Indian Ocean and very west of the Pacific. Joint exercises will be very common of the next couple of months to acquaint each other's flaws and skills in the combative roles. This will hopefully prove to be one of the better moves by Free Asia.
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| April 29, 2010, 9:35 pm
With the introduction of Uruguay, The Baltic Navy is overseeing a few new experiments to strengthen its presence in the Atlantic.

First off, two new aircraft carriers were finished earlier this week, The B.N.S. Belarus was launched in Riga, and the B.N.S. Finland was launched from Helsinki. These two, plus task forces, will be sent to the Atlantic for service there. They are both Estonia Class Carriers.

Also, with several ships transferred to Uruguayan waters, and more being constructed outside of Montevideo, it has become evident that more space is needed for naval forces in the area than the limited dock space at Montevideo.

To counteract this issue, The Navy has granted funding to a new experimental station. A floating Naval base will be constructed off the coast of Uruguay. It will consist of several superstructures rising from the ocean, three or four in total, to be constructed much like oil rigs, only somewhat larger than standard oil rigs. There will be ample room for docking of ships, mostly at docking posts in open water, and heliports for the transfer of men and materials between ship, floating base, and shore. The whole thing is designed to be a self sufficient, adaptable, and expandable system, with the cutting edge of defense, safety, and transportation.
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| April 30, 2010, 9:28 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
New map's up kids.http://www.flickr.com/photos/legosim/4567079880/

Interesting with the Naval base. Would it be possible to station a HN destroyer there?

Sure! I'd be happy to set up some international docking spots. And helicopter service to the actual base complex would be free.
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| April 30, 2010, 9:43 pm
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The SSW will grant full support to the Baltic Union's experimental basing technique if need be the case. Shipyards in Argentina should provide for the prefabrication of the rigs' structures. Funding will also be available.
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| April 30, 2010, 10:50 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The SSW will grant full support to the Baltic Union's experimental basing technique if need be the case. Shipyards in Argentina should provide for the prefabrication of the rigs' structures. Funding will also be available.

Any nation wishing to help fund the project, as the SSW is, shall receive allowance to dock in international socking zones once the base is completed.


Speaking of which, the plans for said base have now been posted: http://www.flickr.com/photos/44219944@N03/4567187530/
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| April 30, 2010, 10:57 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Any nation wishing to help fund the project, as the SSW is, shall receive allowance to dock in international socking zones once the base is completed.


Speaking of which, the plans for said base have now been posted: http://www.flickr.com/photos/44219944@N03/4567187530/

I will fund this project. Since it's relatively near Brazil, I'll keep an eye on it and make sure nobody attacks it while its under construction.
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| May 1, 2010, 12:18 am
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MUCH belated war update. School is robbing me of my precious time...

In Israel, Jerusalem has fallen. With the defeat, the Israeli morale has been greatly reduced. Ukrainian forces are planning an assault on Jericho tonight. Also, with the Ukrainian Navy having been battering defenses along the coast for the past month, it has been assumed relatively safe to make another landing further north. A tank/APC force is to land just south of Haifa, and attempt to gain a foothold in the relatively un-populated surrounding area. From there, the rest of the Israeli resistance will be caught in a pincer movement.

The Philippines are mostly secured, and the main resistance is from guerillas. These are extremely hard to fight, since they can hide anywhere in the dense jungles. Most of the Filipino air force has been destroyed, and Ukrainian bombers are free to attack when and where they are needed with little risk of being shot down.

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| May 1, 2010, 12:28 am
Quoting Jack Ford
MUCH belated war update. School is robbing me of my precious time...

In Israel, Jerusalem has fallen. With the defeat, the Israeli morale has been greatly reduced. Ukrainian forces are planning an assault on Jericho tonight. Also, with the Ukrainian Navy having been battering defenses along the coast for the past month, it has been assumed relatively safe to make another landing further north. A tank/APC force is to land just south of Haifa, and attempt to gain a foothold in the relatively un-populated surrounding area. From there, the rest of the Israeli resistance will be caught in a pincer movement.

The Philippines are mostly secured, and the main resistance is from guerillas. These are extremely hard to fight, since they can hide anywhere in the dense jungles. Most of the Filipino air force has been destroyed, and Ukrainian bombers are free to attack when and where they are needed with little risk of being shot down.

No need for weapons Jack, you can just walk around it and the defenses will fall down...
=D
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| May 1, 2010, 8:21 am
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The SRMA will be undergoing a new program known as Armour Marksmanship. This will improve the reaction speed, accuracy, and combat communications relay of armoured crews and of course their accompanying vehicles. The main goal of this program is to make sure Swiss tanks can strike the first blow in an armour vs. armour or tank vs. tank battle. Several captured tanks of varying origin will be remotely operated to provide some realism to the practice. Thank Russia and Prussia for making excellent targets for the West.

Moving along, the Security Branch will be emplacing a web of defensive radar systems along SSW borders and in highly elevated areas. This will then be followed by mobile SAM units that will serve under the SRAF to ensure a first-response air defense system. An additional program to reduce the size of airborne lasers will also be underway so that the threat of near-launched ICBMs, nuclear missiles, or any intermediate munition may be intercepted.

The Security Branch will also begin the emplacement of federal officers to serve as the security detail for all import goods and services. Private contractors have shown to be ineffective and will no longer serve the goal. Although hindering this small and specific industry may lower the trust between federal and civilian markets, the likelihood of an organized attack will be greatly reduced.

Moving to a more positive situation, the Second Prussian War has now officially ended and troops will be slowly withdrawn to reinforce foreign interests and overseas territories once more. The Security Branch will now be taking over all prospects of reorganization and the governing power in the area will be put into place within three weeks. All North Polish citizens are now transitioning into Swiss citizenship.
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| May 1, 2010, 2:05 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
No need for weapons Jack, you can just walk around it and the defenses will fall down...
=D

Walk around it seven times, then blow trumpets. Yup yup. I'd rather blow the walls down with Tu-225s and T-98s. =)
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| May 1, 2010, 2:35 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders
Oh, one more thing.

Australia is willing to sell uninhabited and non-sacred land to create air or naval bases in return for military alliances

Hmm, any chance that he Union of Nova Scotia can purchase some land?
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| May 1, 2010, 11:02 pm
PFCB 11 has finally received help. Three LAH-1s circled the surrounded base, eliminating most of the resistance. However, two hours later, they were all back.
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| May 2, 2010, 12:18 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Moving to a more positive situation, the Second Prussian War has now officially ended and troops will be slowly withdrawn to reinforce foreign interests and overseas territories once more. The Security Branch will now be taking over all prospects of reorganization and the governing power in the area will be put into place within three weeks. All North Polish citizens are now transitioning into Swiss citizenship.

Likewise, the Baltic Army will be headed home for some much needed R&R.

Military occupation of what was ounce Prussian Lithuania and Kaliningrad will now commence.


In other news, construction plans for the International Naval Base have been approved, and sections of floating structures will now commence construction in Baltic Uruguay, Swiss Argentina, and the Baltic States. The Baltic Navy, and the Estonian owned ocean transport company Tallinn Marine, can handle all transportation of materials to the site. We greatly thank many nations for pledges of the resources, funding and protection that make this such an international endeavor.

Nations who are so far slated use of the Base, once completed, are as follows:
Any nation of the UNS,
and Ukraine.

Any other nations wishing to apply for usage rights, may contact me.
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| May 2, 2010, 1:02 am
In response to A.C Weagle's request, a small section of land in the Gulf of Carpentaria will be up for grabs in return for a squadron of C-F/A-22B Carrier Raptors
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| May 2, 2010, 11:37 am
Australia is extending interest into allowing countries in Western Africa to become members of Australia's new foreign policy, which involves the transfer of Defense to the Australian Military and the currency to the Australian dollar.
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| May 2, 2010, 11:44 am
Quoting Connor Mulders
Australia is extending interest into allowing countries in Western Africa to become members of Australia's new foreign policy, which involves the transfer of Defense to the Australian Military and the currency to the Australian dollar.

You are overstepping your bounds. Pretty much all of Countries in Western Africa are in an alliance, protected and monitored by Rome. Rome has set up this system in an effort to advance both the economic and military strength of west African nations, they are meant to exist on their own, with supervision and watch from Rome.

In short, there is no room for you in west Africa.
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| May 2, 2010, 12:43 pm
Quoting Thomas N
You are overstepping your bounds. Pretty much all of Countries in Western Africa are in an alliance, protected and monitored by Rome. Rome has set up this system in an effort to advance both the economic and military strength of west African nations, they are meant to exist on their own, with supervision and watch from Rome.

In short, there is no room for you in west Africa.


Darn, nearly everywhere is taken! >_<
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| May 2, 2010, 3:32 pm
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The SSW will attempt to finalize "smart textile" research in the next few months to help reduce troop load and allow more flexibility for patrols. These textiles are conductive fibers and allow for electrical currents to flow through them. This will allow for electronic devices to charge via direct contact instead of troops having to carry excessive battery replacement weight. This will go hand-in-hand with the FICIS program.

Also, on a note of domestic holiday, May 18 will become National Honor Day. This will celebrate the memory of fallen troops, the devotion of active troops, heritage of the combined SSW peoples, and the demonstration of defensive military prowess.
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| May 4, 2010, 9:03 pm
Idaho celebrated the birthday of Governator Nick. A military parade headed by General Hedrick and included Idaho Military Equipment as well as a small amount of PCU equipment. PCU Riot Soldiers mixed into the crowds, protecting the Governator.
At the end, a AGMS-1 was fired into the air, and two GAF-1s destroyed it in mid-flight, making an pretty impressive fireworks show.

In Peru, there was also a small battle. While wounded persons were being evacuated from FCB 11 in the night, a massive rebel force converged on the position. Early this morning, between pick-ups, they struck. One officer was eliminated in the first ten seconds, with another in the coming hours.
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| May 4, 2010, 10:07 pm
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The SSW has begun a new training exercise known as Inaccessible Electronic Communication Combat Training (IECCT). IECCT is designed to better adapt the SSW GI in a possibility where direct, electronic, communication has been neutralized. This program trains the soldier to utilize bird calls, slight whistles, and leaf rustling to form a vast network of platoon-based communication. Tagging trees and paths with FIM (Friendly Infrared Markers) is also included along with the alteration of a field-standard two-way radio to broadcast long distances via improvised antennas. Although these are basic skills, emphasis on them will hopefully provide the standard soldier to be a multi-tool of combat-oriented trades.

The SRMC has opened a program for a medium-light tank that is just a tad more compact than the AMBT Mk.II. This will allow for easier armour landings as well as the ability to slacken the need on SRMA armoured fleets. A possible UAV gunship has also been talked of and CGI demonstrators have caught the eye of top-brass. Opening this contract would mean that more elderly airframes and dangerous manned flights could be thrown out and better acted upon by fearless drones.
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| May 6, 2010, 8:37 pm
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A strategic alliance has been formed with the current government of India. The alliance was formed on the basis of a mutual partnership in combating Islamic terrorism, advance the general well being of Central Asia and combat nuclear proliferation. A joint missile shield will be set up to prevent a nuclear, or strategic attack on either country. A joint peace keeping/special forces regiment will be set up and will go through special training in the Himalayas and the Saudi Arabian desert.

A sale of 100 Tigranes tanks, 50 BMP-5s, 10 2S23s, 10 Tu-118s, 25 Su-52 upgrade packages, two Arabia nuclear submarines, and 15 Ar-59s to India has been finalized. The MRCA Competition II was won by the MiG-75C. Two hundred of these were purchased by India.

The command center module, The radar station module, four storage center modules and three barrack modules for the combat space station have been completed and are awaiting the medical center, cafeteria, and the docking bay modules at the new Arab space center in Iran. The CSS will be able to carry four companies of Armenian spetznaz and have the capability to track missile launches worldwide. Accommodations to the design have been made to allow for 2 companies of SSW troops.

Oh, and I'll be in D.C. for the next week for a school trip. So i won't be on till next monday.
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| May 6, 2010, 11:33 pm
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Late yesternight, an improvised munition was set off in the UAE. It is subjectively and objectively told to have come from a Pakistani terrorist organization; most likely one from the post-Iraqi War era. The SSW government is attempting to contact the Pakistani government with no reply as of yet. If Pakistan ignores or yields intel from the SSW government upon questioning of this attack, severe action will be dealt.

In other news, several of the military contracts have slowed down due to the reorganization of the military budget. The SSW is having to rethink where to invest granted times are slowing down. The number of active servicemen will stay the same, or increase, but the funding for new vehicles will be retracted at some extent. Still, the defense budget has been higher in the past two years than ever before making the rising SSW power a recognisable force. Civilian markets have risen because of positive stock investment and both the GDP and GNP have risen to some extent.
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| May 8, 2010, 12:57 pm
Idaho has officially withdrawn all of their troops from Peru. After the Battle of Machu Picchu and the Battle of PFCB11, the Rebels have been 98% eliminated. Idaho is now not fighting any wars, and that frees us up very much.
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| May 8, 2010, 3:24 pm
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The SSW has position 10,000 additional troops in the UAE as both a stabilization effort and a power flex in case of combative results with Pakistan. The SRMC is the bulkhead of the UAE and will serve as an invasion force along with the SRMA Airborne. The hope right now is to field the ATG in enough time to prep for a possible war and for future combative efforts in accommodation with integrated command and designation by LARAs.

Also, the SSW is interested in buying four more Hydras from Macedonia to further bulk the SRAN. Payment is of your choice, as always.

Moving along to something more tranquil, today has thus far been dubbed as Rose Day. In honor of the mothers in the SSW, rose petals fill the streets of Europe, South Africa, and the US South. A better portion of the armed forces have been granted leave to visit their loved ones and bring a bit of social morale back into the system.
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| May 9, 2010, 1:38 pm
Our airforce finally succeed trashing the remains of Filipino navy.So far, we managed to destroy in total of 19 ships, most of them are transport ships. Our land forces also had major success in seizing teritories and eleminating the rebel forces.If we continue at this rate, we should be able to reach the RZ point by Wednesday. That is all for now.
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| May 9, 2010, 7:40 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
The Bolivian Republic has sent 1 ton of lithium and 100 million has been wired to your government as funding for the space program.

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| May 9, 2010, 9:39 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders
In response to A.C Weagle's request, a small section of land in the Gulf of Carpentaria will be up for grabs in return for a squadron of C-F/A-22B Carrier Raptors

Its a done deal! A squad of C-F-22Bs are on the way.
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| May 11, 2010, 1:29 pm
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The SSW has pushed the advancement to improve civil transportation. A new presented bill will set forth for at least 43% of all rail systems to utilize maglev technology. The main hubs for these new improvements will be, of course, in urban and suburban passing hubs. In another one and half to two years, at least 64% shall be utilizing this technology. Older railway systems will be granted eight months to begin upgrading to the new Euro coding laws in an effort to improve national efficiency.

The bill also includes for at least 52% of national territories to implement alternative power sources. These include, but are not limited to: solar panels, wind turbines, hydroelectric systems, and/or solar towers/farms.

At least 33% of utilized freshwater must now be recycled and be safe to drink. The depletion and pseudo use of this valuable resource will be reduced exponentially within the next six months with the final percentage for this program to be at least 62%. Desalination plants will also be included in this program. Mid-shore earthen filtration sites will be added within two months of the bill's passing.

More than 50% of all automobiles within urban and suburban environments will be required to run on either biofuels or renewable energy sources. Rural areas will be allowed to sustain their petrol use so long as their overall carbon emissions are set to decrease by at least .4 cubic meters per four months. Eventually, even these vehicles will be replaced with alternative fuels. Funding from the federal government will help all citizens to purchase these new vehicles by reducing prices, but will sustain competitive markets to ensure the continuation of a capitalistic system within the automobile industry.

On a more unfortunate note, Pakistan is still ignoring contact request in due part to pressure from their internal governing system of disallowing Western powers to intervene on a level of security control such as this. To pressure Pakistan's cooperation, the SSW will begin power demonstrations just outside of Pakistani waters. If things go according to plan, these demonstrations will intimidate mentioned nation into allowing Peacekeepers to begin an international investigation. If not, armed forces will take part in aggravated actions of ill intent.
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| May 12, 2010, 6:57 pm
Quoting John Dawn
The Bolivian Republic would like to purchase some land.


Sure thing. Any specifications, like an air base, naval base or training camp?
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| May 13, 2010, 9:28 pm
Quoting Connor Mulders

Sure thing. Any specifications, like an air base, naval base or training camp?

Naval base and Airbase
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| May 13, 2010, 10:09 pm
The MAB-2 is a one-man, strategic bomber with a 90,000 lb. payload. It has a range of 7,000 miles, making it highly effective for coastal defenses of the PCU. A 20mm cannon that can be mounted on the nose or the fuselage protects it from other planes. Like the Gyrfalcon of 2035, this bomber has four engines. Two mounted on the wings, and two mounted on the after section. It has one vertical stabilizer with the unit designation on the stabilizer.

The designated name for radio transmission is MAB-2 "Vulture".
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| May 14, 2010, 1:12 am
Counting our army, Idaho has finally reached the 25,000 mark in troop count. This was achieved via military conquest, drafting, and enlisting.

No military campaigns are expected in the next few months.
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| May 14, 2010, 8:16 pm
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In Israel, Jericho has fallen, and Ukrainian forces are pushing on. No details for now, sorry.

In the Philippines, geurilla warriors are making progress slow, and additional helicopter forces have been sent to try to fix the problem.

Also, I will be gone from somewhere around May 25th-June 10th. My dad is graduating from the police/state trooper academy, so we're going to Sitka for the graduation and for the awesome fishing. (There's six-foot long lingcod there, as well as lots of big king salmon, halibut, rockfish, etc.) =)

I hate to say this, but I won't be very active over the summer. I'm doing all kinds of extra stuff, and internet has lost its appeal now that there's big fish and crabs to catch in mass quantities. I'll try to stay fairly active, but I can't promise I'll be on regularily.

I think 'tis all for now. *salutes*
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| May 14, 2010, 10:41 pm
The PCU-backed Caroline Islands have quenched an uprising using PCU made weapons and vehicles.

The rebellion started sometime Thursday when four influential military figures gathered their soldiers they had control over and launched an attack on the government building. The PCU Air forces stationed there flew low over the attack and eliminated most of the attack, but the Caroline Islander Army did the most damage with an all-out 1,000 man attack.
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| May 15, 2010, 11:57 am
 Group admin 
The SSW was targeted in a declaration of war by Pakistan. No forward advancement has been made upon local territories (i.e. the UAE), but the tides of combat vastly change. The SRMC and SRAF stationed in the UAE have been readied to invade while the SRMA and SRAN have begun the systematic routine for defending the small country. 75,00 troops and 35,000 naval infantry have been set aside for an offensive move.
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| May 22, 2010, 1:49 am
 Group admin 
I'm now leaving for a Juneau/Sitka trip, so please don't expect anything from me for approximately two weeks.
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| May 22, 2010, 3:47 pm
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It's been about 7 months since the Peruvian Rebellion began, and I believe we in the PCU can safely say it's over, as the last resistance was eliminated in the Amazon jungle. We'll be keeping a garrison behind, but we'll be withdrawing most of our troops back home. It's cost us a lot, but Peru is secure.
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| May 25, 2010, 10:08 pm
The PCU rejoices in that for once again, we are not at war. How long this will remain, is probably very, very short.
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| May 25, 2010, 10:10 pm
Quoting John Dawn
Naval base and Airbase

An Excellent choise(s)!
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| May 27, 2010, 12:09 pm
 Group admin 
The SRAN fleet operating in the Gulf of Oman have been making regular engagements with Pakistani patrol ships. The LARA and MRNC have proven to be an effective team in ASUW. LARAs have been making regular patrols on the very periphery of the fleets operating expanse and designate targets for three-ship MRNC patrols. 34 casualties have been sustained from three torpedoes and one MANPADS launch; four vessels and one airframe have been disabled. The enemy is expected have received near 90+ casualties with eleven vehicles being confirmed kills.

The plan now is to begin boosting the UAE with forces from the SRMC and SRMA to prepare for a land-based assault as well as a coerced airborne landing. Intelligence gatherers within Pakistan have been relaying regular messages which have made a great push in coordinating an effective action plan. Thus far, 250,000 allied troops have been set aside for this campaign with another 25,000 set for reserved relief. Several new technologies will be observed in action. The list includes: the Armoured Pioneer Vehicle (APV), Medium Combat Tank (MCT), and Medium Logistics Carrier (MLC). None of these have defined contracts, but several of the prototypical orders will be sent to demonstrate their worth. If all goes well, at least two of these vehicles will be revealed to the public.
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| May 27, 2010, 6:54 pm
Sorry for not being as active as I need to be.

The first prototype for the MAH-1 is now being made.
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| May 27, 2010, 7:37 pm
The first piling for what will become the SFONB was driven into the Atlantic mud today, and more are to follow, with many of the deep-water pilings constructed by now, all that remains is to ship those out and install them, then set to work on the many other materials that need to be constructed.


In other news, The Baltic Union has begun a large wind turbine project in the sparsely populated area of northern Finland. We hope to harness the cold northern wind and be creating electricity for our daily needs soon.
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| May 27, 2010, 8:39 pm
 Group admin 
The first flight of SSW bombers left the UAE to unleash their payload on coastal targets in Pakistan. These runs should last twelve hours today and six hours tomorrow. Within the next two weeks, the SSW will be preparing troops for an invasion. The main goal right now is to re-dress field equipment in proper camouflage and do any upgrades to the vehicular fleets to operate properly in the Pakistani environment. No further news is to be reported.
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| May 29, 2010, 1:53 pm
The Federation of Osea is concidering of taking the African Province of Tunisia and then move Northward to the islands of Corsica and Sardinia. If any one has any of these lands give a SHOUT OUT and I'll see what I can do.
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| May 29, 2010, 6:08 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
I have military protection over Tunisia and both Corsica and Sardinia are part of my territory. So if you want them, it's not gonna be pretty.

Then I shall leave them alone since I have no quarrel with you.
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| May 29, 2010, 6:19 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle
The Federation of Osea is concidering of taking the African Province of Tunisia and then move Northward to the islands of Corsica and Sardinia. If any one has any of these lands give a SHOUT OUT and I'll see what I can do.

West Africa is all protected by Rome and Me.

So if you or anyone else invades, you face us and probably the rest of the UNS as well.
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| May 29, 2010, 6:33 pm
Quoting Thomas N
West Africa is all protected by Rome and Me.

So if you or anyone else invades, you face us and probably the rest of the UNS as well.

I guess its a good thing I said "considering" instead of "Will take". I shall withdraw from my plans an carry on playin with my Tonka Trucks :P

Man, being sick made me lose grip on what is and what might have been..... I think its time for a vaction.
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| May 29, 2010, 6:38 pm
The Baltic Union has finished unveiling its newest addition, The UAV Drone "Eagle Eye"!

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/204994

The initial order will be for 168 units.
12 will be given to the SSW,
12 will be given to Rome,
12 will be given to Scotland,
and 12 will be given to Macedonia.

Just so our good friends in the UNS may be shown our friendliness.

Anyone else wishing to purchase some may do so, prices will be determined at a later date.
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| May 30, 2010, 12:26 am
 Group moderator 
Armenia will support the SSW's invasion of Pakistan. refugee camps will be set up every 20 miles along the border. All anti-ballistic missile units are on high alert to a pakistani nuclear, biological or chemical attack. We are still unaware if the PRC is going to intervene on the side of the pakistanis. My invasion plan will be up soon. Dr. S i am sorry if this throws a monkey wrench in your plans. The demise of a radical nuclear pakistani sate is paramount to my countries national security.
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| May 31, 2010, 11:04 pm
Texas would like to also set up humanitarian camps along the border. They will fly from Egypt ASAP.
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| May 31, 2010, 11:11 pm
The Baltic Union is expressing interest into gaining control of some of the abundant resources of Southern Asia.

Moire, specifically, we are looking into taking the area of either Myanmar (Burma), Sri Lanka, or both. We'd rather take both than just one, but if only one, rather Myanmar than Sri Lank.

Preferences aside, A few things need to happen first.

First off, I'd like to make sure no one has any objections to our doing so. So, if anyone would like to speak against such a move, please pipe up.

Also, whoever owns the Suez Canal, I'd like to gain permission for my fleet to pass through on its way toward the objective, you know, whenever that happens.
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| June 2, 2010, 4:45 pm
 Group admin 
To the above headed notes towards the SSW, there are no objections on our part. The only main issue will be cultural sensitivity. Have several devastating wars just been fought in the Middle East within the first part of this century and the very late of the last, Islam isn't too found of Western interactions, in which case Armenia is growing into.

In case of the above, the main bulk of the proposed SSW invasion will be made of troops from the UAE so that there is a very low digressive response to the cultural integrity of Pakistan. Very few European forces will be sent, and the ones that are will come from the few serving British troops. The SSW would like to call upon Rome to boost the Middle Eastern garrison with troops from Morocco.

In other news, the SSW would like to trade 36 MCAPs for 8 "Hydras". This will help boost the SRAN and reduce strain on the already serving GMDs.
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| June 2, 2010, 9:27 pm
The Baltic Union has decided that it will most certainly be taking Sri Lanka, but we will hold off on a decision on Myanmar until I get word back from Ryan Blackout on whether or not he has that territory. I have the strangest feeling that he might...
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| June 2, 2010, 9:34 pm
As of 2100 EST: Bolivia has launched a satellite grid of 15 satellites. 10 more are planned to be launched later.
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| June 2, 2010, 9:45 pm
To heat stuff up...
Texas has put "Operation: Lone Star" into effect. All borders with the PCU have been closed, including South America and Russia. We have all raised awareness to TexDef 3.
Texas is also working on a Stealth fighter as fast as our latest creation but with all the maneuverability of the top jets out there.
We would also like to purchase Tom Neumo or Brendan Dore's new stealth technology.

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| June 4, 2010, 6:31 pm
All IMAH facilities will now be evacuated to Portland due to some unfortunate things down in Oklahoma City. We frown upon Texas and their unwillingness to let things be.
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| June 4, 2010, 7:00 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Will Gober
To heat stuff up...
Texas has put "Operation: Lone Star" into effect. All borders with the PCU have been closed, including South America and Russia. We have all raised awareness to TexDef 3.
Texas is also working on a Stealth fighter as fast as our latest creation but with all the maneuverability of the top jets out there.
We would also like to purchase Tom Neumo or Brendan Dore's new stealth technology.


So, you really meant you'd go to war with us. Well, we will respond in the same manner.

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| June 4, 2010, 7:06 pm
Quoting Will Gober
To heat stuff up...
Texas has put "Operation: Lone Star" into effect. All borders with the PCU have been closed, including South America and Russia. We have all raised awareness to TexDef 3.
Texas is also working on a Stealth fighter as fast as our latest creation but with all the maneuverability of the top jets out there.
We would also like to purchase Tom Neumo or Brendan Dore's new stealth technology.

Well Brendan has the new stealth tracking technology, I have the radar-wave-canceling stealth technology. Do you want, they are complimentary systems.
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| June 4, 2010, 7:14 pm
Quoting Thomas N
Well Brendan has the new stealth tracking technology, I have the radar-wave-canceling stealth technology. Do you want, they are complimentary systems.

Or, I could be like the Chinese and combine the two to make a new one. Is that okay.
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| June 4, 2010, 10:38 pm
Quoting Will Gober
Or, I could be like the Chinese and combine the two to make a new one. Is that okay.

That depends on whether or not I let you buy one. If you are going to war with the PCU, I don't want them to think I'm supplying you.
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| June 4, 2010, 10:39 pm
Quoting Thomas N
That depends on whether or not I let you buy one. If you are going to war with the PCU, I don't want them to think I'm supplying you.

I need them in Iran too. About the PCU,I may or may not go to war. The group just needed some news. So, set a price, if you want.
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| June 4, 2010, 10:45 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Will Gober
I need them in Iran too. About the PCU,I may or may not go to war. The group just needed some news. So, set a price, if you want.

I really recommend you don't go to war with both me and the PCU.
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| June 4, 2010, 11:30 pm
The Fleet headed for Sri Lanka arrived in the Indian Ocean this morning. We have an estimated two days until it reaches the target.
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| June 5, 2010, 5:47 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

Can you email me your plans. Thanks

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| June 6, 2010, 12:44 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
I really recommend you don't go to war with both me and the PCU.

What? I never threatened you. My nation in Cliffe's, group is Iran if that's what you're thinking.
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| June 6, 2010, 2:21 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
I really recommend you don't go to war with both me and the PCU.

What? I never threatened you. My nation in Cliffe's, group is Iran if that's what you're thinking.
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| June 6, 2010, 2:28 pm
 Group admin 
Due to growing tensions in America, the Ukranian Republic is now sending reinforcements to Dallas Air Force Base.
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| June 9, 2010, 7:56 pm
Activity has really slowed down... especially mine. I hope to post more now that summer is upon us. Something I should have mentioned quite awhile ago; Scotland will provide materials for the International Floating Naval Base. In other news, Scotland would like to know if Texas is interested in purchasing any LAV-25A4's.
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| June 15, 2010, 11:50 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
Activity has really slowed down... especially mine. I hope to post more now that summer is upon us. Something I should have mentioned quite awhile ago; Scotland will provide materials for the International Floating Naval Base. In other news, Scotland would like to know if Texas is interested in purchasing any LAV-25A4's.

Indeed we are. Negotiations should be held upon the current Flickr conversation?
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| June 15, 2010, 11:53 pm
Due to growing tensions in the Americas, Idaho is sending 100 troops to the PCU-Texas Border by Mexico. Attacks will not be tolerated by either sides, they are there in case of war.
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| June 15, 2010, 11:56 pm
Sri Lanka has now officially fallen. After quickly taking the capital and other port cities, we experianced weeks of fighting in the interior of the island, when just recently we finally managed to drive the remainder of the opposition to the northern coast. With nowhere left to run, the opposition forces either gave up, or were captured.


The Union Shall now begin economic, political, and militarial integration of the island of
Sri Lanka.

We would also like to graciously thank the SSW for there allowence of us to use their naval bases in the Maldives.


The Baltic Navy Infastructure Department Reports great progress on the Floating Base Project. Much of the materials havebeen gathered in Uruguay and await the time when they will be integrated into the Base.
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| June 16, 2010, 11:56 am
Quoting Nick Shelton
Due to growing tensions in the Americas, Idaho is sending 100 troops to the PCU-Texas Border by Mexico. Attacks will not be tolerated by either sides, they are there in case of war.

Since Idaho has bolstered troops on the Mexican border by 100 men, we raise to 1,000 Mexican Marines. All available air-force units are on stand-by.
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| June 16, 2010, 2:43 pm
 Group moderator 
Due to the rising tensions in North America a carrier battle group will be positioned in the gulf of mexico. An extra Armenian marine battalion will be sent to my base at Guantanomo bay. Two E-128's, two Ar-59's and five MiG-68's.

My support in Pakistan will only be in the form of air power.
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| June 16, 2010, 11:41 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Due to the rising tensions in North America a carrier battle group will be positioned in the gulf of mexico. An extra Armenian marine battalion will be sent to my base at Guantanomo bay. Two E-128's, two Ar-59's and five MiG-68's.

You can move into the Gulf of Mexico, but it should be known that trespassing in Texas waters will end up in the boarding of your vessel and strict negotiations with your captain.

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| June 17, 2010, 9:40 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Will G.

Most of the gulf of mexico is international waters.
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| June 17, 2010, 10:35 am
Eh, the 100 soldiers stationed at the border aren't attacking soldiers, they're defensive soldiers...
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| June 17, 2010, 10:48 am
Quoting Cole Atelian
Most of the gulf of mexico is international waters.

Still, I own most land around the Gulf, and we wouldn't want your men to accidentally venture into our waters. Please this is not your fight anyway. 'Tis only a fight for those with American land.
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| June 17, 2010, 1:57 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Will G.
Still, I own most land around the Gulf, and we wouldn't want your men to accidentally venture into our waters. Please this is not your fight anyway. 'Tis only a fight for those with American land.

Legally you can't board or deter my ships as long as they are 14 miles off of your coast my ships. My aircraft can also fly where ever they want as long as they are outside of the same perimeter. And I don't want North America erupting in war.
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| June 17, 2010, 2:14 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Legally you can't board or deter my ships as long as they are 14 miles off of your coast my ships. My aircraft can also fly where ever they want as long as they are outside of the same perimeter. And I don't want North America erupting in war.

Why not? It's going to happen sooner, or later. I am positive that it will at least have happened by August. The winds of change are blowing in the North, and once Awe is elected president, nothing will be left of the great RA-CAS-UEN.
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| June 17, 2010, 2:22 pm
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Quoting Will G.
Why not? It's going to happen sooner, or later. I am positive that it will at least have happened by August. The winds of change are blowing in the North, and once Awe is elected president, nothing will be left of the great RA-CAS-UEN.


More like RA-CAS-UNS. And what am I going to do as president? There's only one person who wants to destroy America, and that's you Will. My goal is to unite it, just like everyone else on the continent, except you. And Erik. And Evan.
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| June 17, 2010, 10:08 pm
Heh, once Awe becomes President things will get better. The only people there are Awe, me, and Micheal. Sammy and Gus are kind of...inactive, so I didn't use them. Well, Awe will probably not do anything drastic, so it'll be like Micheal never left.
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| June 17, 2010, 11:01 pm
Tonight is July the Forth, a day known by all Americans as Independence Day. It does not matter your color or creed, if you're an American you realize that you live in the greatest country in the world. America has been unstable over the past few decades, but now, now it can be restored back to its full potential. Texas is asking to join the United Republican States of America and wants to reform it back to like the Days of the good Ol' USA. This is surprising to many, and I know change does not always lead to good things, but I think nothing short of good can come from a miracle like this. Today shall go down in the history books as the rebirth of The United States of America.
(National Anthem Queues in)
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| July 5, 2010, 12:35 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Will G.


American hegemony, here we come!
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| July 5, 2010, 12:37 am
The IMAH has been reopened, this time in Portland. New Prusso-Egypt and Dave Smith exhibits are there, but we have heard that everytime you go to the Dave Smith exhibits you find out they are all the way across the museum.
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| July 5, 2010, 12:38 am
I believe that now this group's whole purpose has been served, over the course of the 2-and-a-half years, many of us have matured. Michael has grown up and moved on, I have become a better builder, Nick has grown up, Cliffe has become independent (but still isn't all there) Awe has become a Warlord of the 21st century, Dr. Spontaneous has gotten older(?), Jake has become a phenomenal builder (when he does build) we have all obtained Flickr accounts and we have all, I think, learned some lesson, this group will probably be forgotten in the space of the interwebz as we move on to Cliffe's group, but I will remember this as the closing chapter of my internet years.
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| July 5, 2010, 12:44 am
 Group admin 
I think we've all gotten older . . . Unless someone is holding out . . .

Anyhow, delegations in Pakistan were opened some time ago. Deliberations were short granted no one wanted to see a painstaking war between a superpower and a nuclear power. As it stands now, trade has been opened and whatever collateral damage caused as a result of forceful action will be placed upon a joint deficit.
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| July 5, 2010, 12:46 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Will G.
I believe that now this group's whole purpose has been served, over the course of the 2-and-a-half years, many of us have matured. Michael has grown up and moved on, I have become a better builder, Nick has grown up, Cliffe has become independent (but still isn't all there) Awe has become a Warlord of the 21st century, Dr. Spontaneous has gotten older, (?) we have all obtained Flickr accounts and we have all, I think, learned some lesson, this group will probably be forgotten in the space of the interwebz as we move on to Cliffe's group, but I will remember this as the last chapter of my childhood, moving on into-teenage years. (Internetically speaking, I have a life too.)


*tears* And I've only been here eleven months of it! Deep speech, mah boi. And Nick, that was hilarious.

Meanwhile, in the PCU, absolutely nothing of importance is happening. For the first time in months, peace is in the air.

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| July 5, 2010, 12:48 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I think we've all gotten older . . . Unless someone is holding out . . .

Anyhow, delegations in Pakistan were opened some time ago. Deliberations were short granted no one wanted to see a painstaking war between a superpower and a nuclear power. As it stands now, trade has been opened and whatever collateral damage caused as a result of forceful action will be placed upon a joint deficit.

You were already wise and mature, couldn't say anything else. :P
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| July 5, 2010, 12:51 am
As of 0100 EST: Bolivia has launched 15 more satellites into orbit.
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| July 5, 2010, 1:08 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great


why isnt it letting me join cliffes group?

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| July 5, 2010, 1:17 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Cole Atelian
why isnt it letting me join cliffes group?


I don't know, ask him. I'll invite you anyways.
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| July 5, 2010, 1:19 am
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