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Nikademus -> RE: PM hit (2/5/2006 2:07:06 AM)

-A smaller note: Mac was not happy that the air units neither attacked nor were eva'cd for the turn since they had been spotted prior to making their end run.

but we'll get you and your little dog too.





Bombur -> Nanning assault starts.... (2/6/2006 12:27:53 AM)

with heavy losses to Chinese forces. Nanning will hold[:D]
One of subs seem to have disappeared from a location close to Pearl Harbor, probably an accident...

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/10/42

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ASW attack at 111,68

Japanese Ships
SS I-121, hits 5, on fire

Allied Ships
DD Sands
DD Humphreys
DD Kilty
DD Crane
DD Crosby
DD Dent


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Ground combat at Nanning

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 192511 troops, 1152 guns, 75 vehicles

Defending force 35973 troops, 379 guns, 113 vehicles

Allied assault odds: 1 to 1 (fort level 6)

Allied Assault reduces fortifications to 5


Japanese ground losses:
966 casualties reported
Guns lost 29
Vehicles lost 2

Allied ground losses:
3530 casualties reported
Guns lost 122
Vehicles lost 2

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/11/42


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ASW attack at 117,63

Japanese Ships
SS I-1, hits 11, on fire, heavy damage

Allied Ships
DD Waters
DD Rathburne
DD Kane
DD Hatfield
DD Lawrence
DD King

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ASW attack at 53,45

Japanese Ships
PG Kyo Maru #10
MSW Kyo Maru #1
MSW W.11

Allied Ships
SS Triton


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Ground combat at Nanning

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 188067 troops, 1001 guns, 74 vehicles

Defending force 34849 troops, 346 guns, 111 vehicles

Allied assault odds: 1 to 1 (fort level 5)

Allied Assault reduces fortifications to 4


Japanese ground losses:
789 casualties reported
Guns lost 32
Vehicles lost 2

Allied ground losses:
2376 casualties reported
Guns lost 36





Nikademus -> RE: Nanning assault starts.... (2/6/2006 4:30:48 PM)

Chang Ki-nik announced today the opening of a major Chinese offensive to liberate the city of Nanning, signifigant progress having been made over the last two days. While casualties were heavy Japanese forces are slowly being driven from one denfensive line to the next, their overall position compressing into the inner suburbs of the city itself. Allied bomber craft continue support operations in this endevor.

In other news....Pearl Harbor based DD's commence operation "Clean sweep". Like a broom, enemy I-boots are being swept up and put in the trash bin.

Douglas MacArthur was interviewed today and was reported to say that he expects to be in Rabaul by the end of the year.....provided the US navy doesn't screw up again and lose all of it's major ships.




Bombur -> RE: Nanning assault fails (2/10/2006 1:37:01 AM)

-Chinese troops suffered another crushing defeat, while Japanese soldiers were able to advance to a forward defensive line and rebuild some fortifications. The shock suffered by the enemy was such that offensive operations seem to have been postponed. On the other side, another submarine was lost close to Pearl Harbour, this time evidence points to an attack by enemy destroyers. These bad news were, to some extent, mitigated by confirmation of sinking of US submarine Tuna, which was reportedly hit by depth charges a few days ago.

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/12/42


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Ground combat at Nanning

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 184349 troops, 876 guns, 73 vehicles

Defending force 34506 troops, 335 guns, 110 vehicles

Allied assault odds: 0 to 1 (fort level 4)


Japanese ground losses:
1080 casualties reported
Guns lost 26
Vehicles lost 1

Allied ground losses:
3424 casualties reported
Guns lost 80
Vehicles lost 9

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/13/42


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ASW attack at 112,67

Japanese Ships
SS I-32, hits 11, on fire, heavy damage

Allied Ships
DD Litchfield
DD John D. Ford
DD John D. Edwards





Nikademus -> RE: Nanning assault fails (2/10/2006 7:55:23 AM)

China's low experienced units need refresher training!




Bombur -> Nanning evacuated (2/12/2006 1:28:24 AM)

The heroic defenders of Nanning were able to break the enemy siege and advance to friendly territory. The Japanese offensive inflicted massive losses to enemy troops.[:D]


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ASW attack at 54,44

Japanese Ships
MSW Tamozono Maru #2
MSW Tomozono Maru #3
MSW Toroshima Maru
MSW Toshi Maru #7
PG Seisho Maru
PG Shinko Maru #3
PG Shinko Maru #1
PG Shoei Maru

Allied Ships
SS Grenadier

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Day Air attack on Nanning , at 40,38


Allied aircraft
SB-2c x 18


Allied aircraft losses
SB-2c: 1 destroyed, 14 damaged

Airbase supply hits 1
Runway hits 1

Aircraft Attacking:
9 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
6 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
2 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
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Day Air attack on Nanning , at 40,38


Allied aircraft
LB-30 Liberator x 21
IL-4c x 12


Allied aircraft losses
LB-30 Liberator: 6 damaged
IL-4c: 2 damaged

Japanese ground losses:
14 casualties reported

Airbase hits 4
Airbase supply hits 2
Runway hits 3

Aircraft Attacking:
6 x IL-4c bombing at 15000 feet
15 x LB-30 Liberator bombing at 15000 feet
3 x LB-30 Liberator bombing at 15000 feet
3 x IL-4c bombing at 15000 feet
3 x IL-4c bombing at 15000 feet
3 x LB-30 Liberator bombing at 15000 feet

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Ground combat at Nanning

Allied Shock attack

Attacking force 172982 troops, 788 guns, 64 vehicles

Defending force 32619 troops, 298 guns, 111 vehicles

Allied assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 5)

Allied Assault reduces fortifications to 2


Japanese ground losses:
757 casualties reported
Guns lost 37
Vehicles lost 3

Allied ground losses:
2945 casualties reported
Guns lost 77
Vehicles lost 2

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/15/42


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ASW attack at 59,81

Japanese Ships
DD Ikazuchi
DD Inazuma
MSW Rokko Maru
MSW Seki Maru #3
PC Ch 11
PC Ch 12
PC Ch 23

Allied Ships
SS Greenling, hits 1

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ASW attack at 59,81

Japanese Ships
DD Ikazuchi
DD Inazuma
MSW Rokko Maru
MSW Seki Maru #3
PC Ch 11
PC Ch 12
PC Ch 23

Allied Ships
SS Greenling, hits 5

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Day Air attack on Nanning , at 40,38


Allied aircraft
SB-2c x 8


Allied aircraft losses
SB-2c: 1 destroyed, 5 damaged

Runway hits 1

Aircraft Attacking:
4 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
1 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
2 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
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Day Air attack on Nanning , at 40,38


Allied aircraft
LB-30 Liberator x 21
IL-4c x 13


Allied aircraft losses
LB-30 Liberator: 3 damaged
IL-4c: 4 damaged

Runway hits 1

Aircraft Attacking:
7 x IL-4c bombing at 15000 feet
14 x LB-30 Liberator bombing at 15000 feet
4 x LB-30 Liberator bombing at 15000 feet
3 x IL-4c bombing at 15000 feet
3 x IL-4c bombing at 15000 feet
3 x LB-30 Liberator bombing at 15000 feet

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Ground combat at Nanning

Allied Shock attack

Attacking force 168752 troops, 691 guns, 61 vehicles

Defending force 31320 troops, 248 guns, 107 vehicles

Allied assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 2)

Allied forces CAPTURE Nanning base !!!


Japanese ground losses:
1195 casualties reported
Guns lost 21
Vehicles lost 3

Allied ground losses:
2095 casualties reported
Guns lost 28
Vehicles lost 3


Defeated Japanese Units Retreating!




Bombur -> Quiet turn.... (2/12/2006 2:37:18 PM)

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/16/42




Nikademus -> RE: Nanning evacuated (2/12/2006 8:40:12 PM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: Bombur

The heroic defenders of Nanning were able to break the enemy siege and advance to friendly territory. The Japanese offensive inflicted massive losses to enemy troops.[:D]



pfff.....my diablements will recover at least [:'(] Yours are lying broken and twisted along the road to Nanning. Chiang designated this day to be a national holiday...peanuts for everyone!

Coral Sea.....very very quiet hmmmm







Bombur -> Hmmm..... (2/14/2006 1:16:11 AM)


AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/18/42

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Sub attack at 54,44

Japanese Ships
TK San Ramon Maru, Torpedo hits 1, on fire
MSW Kyo Maru #5
MSW W.13

Allied Ships
SS Grenadier


-Again few action, but Japan is involved in a big amphibious operation.....the Tanker will survive, btw.




Bombur -> Pakhoi falls (2/16/2006 1:57:04 AM)

....with minimal losses to Japan, most troops, including two brigades, were evacuated to safe locations.

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/20/42

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Sub attack at 54,44

Japanese Ships
TK Tatekawa Maru
DD Isonami
DD Shirakumo

Allied Ships
SS Grenadier

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Sub attack at 54,44

Japanese Ships
TK Tatekawa Maru
DD Isonami
DD Shirakumo

Allied Ships
SS Grenadier, hits 2

-Enemy subs arenīt very effective, but sub activity is increasing
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Naval bombardment of Pakhoi, at 39,39

Japanese Ships
DD Hakaze
DD Okikaze
DD Sawakaze
DD Minekaze
DD Hatakaze
DD Matsukaze
DD Sazanami
DD Yudachi
DD Akigumo
DD Akizuki
CL Yubari


Allied ground losses:
9 casualties reported

-Well....
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Ground combat at Pakhoi

Allied Shock attack

Attacking force 164192 troops, 780 guns, 64 vehicles

Defending force 10102 troops, 36 guns, 0 vehicles

Allied assault odds: 32 to 1 (fort level 1)

Allied forces CAPTURE Pakhoi base !!!


Japanese ground losses:
730 casualties reported
Guns lost 12

Allied ground losses:
549 casualties reported
Guns lost 23
Vehicles lost 1

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/21/42


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-Lae visited again....
Day Air attack on Lae , at 54,87


Allied aircraft
B-17C Fortress x 11
B-17E Fortress x 36


Allied aircraft losses
B-17E Fortress: 2 damaged

Japanese ground losses:
12 casualties reported

Airbase hits 6
Runway hits 16

Aircraft Attacking:
9 x B-17C Fortress bombing at 12000 feet
33 x B-17E Fortress bombing at 12000 feet
2 x B-17C Fortress bombing at 12000 feet
3 x B-17E Fortress bombing at 12000 feet

-One B-17C crash landed in Port Moresby after being damaged to AA fire. USAAF counted it as "non combat loss"[:D]
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Ground combat at Pakhoi

Allied Shock attack

Attacking force 162872 troops, 742 guns, 62 vehicles

Defending force 7619 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles

Allied assault odds: 86 to 1


Japanese ground losses:
3106 casualties reported
Guns lost 3

Allied ground losses:
559 casualties reported
Guns lost 12





Nikademus -> RE: Pakhoi falls (2/16/2006 9:37:58 PM)

The liberation of Southwestern China has been completed. On to the next section of China!!!!! Japan is on the run!

[:D]




Bombur -> Some good news (2/18/2006 12:38:52 AM)

-A good turn for Japan. The last troops in Pakhoi died in a Banzai charge. No prisioneers were taken. Their sacrifice allowed for the evacuation of an entire Base Force unit. No units were lost in the Nanning/Pakhoi campaign despite some heavy losses. Meanwhile, the Chinese air force was badly hurt by AA fire in an unfortunate attack on Canton, and Nells sank two transports in Burma, while Oscars fought the inferior Western aircraft with good results (3:2 losses favoring the Japanese fighters). Overall losses for the day are 10 for Japan and 20 for allies.

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/22/42

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Day Air attack on Canton , at 43,41

Japanese aircraft
Ki-43-Ib Oscar x 21

Allied aircraft
I-16c x 13
SB-2c x 29

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-43-Ib Oscar: 1 damaged

Allied aircraft losses
I-16c: 1 destroyed, 3 damaged
SB-2c: 4 destroyed, 21 damaged

Aircraft Attacking:
7 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
7 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
4 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
2 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
3 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
2 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
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Day Air attack on TF, near Akyab at 30,29

Japanese aircraft
G3M Nell x 15
Ki-43-Ib Oscar x 29

Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIb x 11
P-40E Warhawk x 22

Japanese aircraft losses
G3M Nell: 1 destroyed, 2 damaged
Ki-43-Ib Oscar: 4 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
P-40E Warhawk: 1 destroyed, 9 damaged

Allied Ships
AK Empire Cato
AK Empire Lake, Torpedo hits 2, on fire, heavy damage
MSW Cochin

Aircraft Attacking:
2 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
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Day Air attack on TF, near Akyab at 30,29

Japanese aircraft
G3M Nell x 13
Ki-43-Ib Oscar x 42

Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIb x 13
P-40E Warhawk x 12

Japanese aircraft losses
G3M Nell: 1 destroyed, 3 damaged
Ki-43-Ib Oscar: 2 destroyed, 3 damaged

Allied aircraft losses
Hurricane IIb: 6 destroyed, 1 damaged
P-40E Warhawk: 2 destroyed, 8 damaged

Allied Ships
AK Empire Scout, Torpedo hits 1, heavy damage
AK Empire Heywood

Aircraft Attacking:
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet

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Ground combat at Pakhoi

Allied Shock attack

Attacking force 162369 troops, 763 guns, 62 vehicles

Defending force 3011 troops, 2 guns, 0 vehicles

Allied assault odds: 1510 to 1


Japanese ground losses:
4969 casualties reported
Guns lost 22

Allied ground losses:
94 casualties reported
Guns lost 7

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/23/42


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Day Air attack on Canton , at 43,41

Japanese aircraft
Ki-43-Ib Oscar x 14

Allied aircraft
I-16c x 9
SB-2c x 9

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-43-Ib Oscar: 2 damaged

Allied aircraft losses
SB-2c: 1 destroyed, 7 damaged

Aircraft Attacking:
2 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
3 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
3 x SB-2c bombing at 12000 feet
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Day Air attack on TF at 28,27

Japanese aircraft
G3M Nell x 30

Japanese aircraft losses
G3M Nell: 3 damaged

Allied Ships
AK Empire Tarpon, Torpedo hits 4, on fire, heavy damage
AK Empire Heywood
AK Empire Cato
AK Empire Cameron
AK Empire Moonrise, Torpedo hits 1, on fire

Aircraft Attacking:
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
3 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
3 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
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Day Air attack on Lae , at 54,87


Allied aircraft
Kittyhawk I x 23
A-20B Boston x 15
B-25C Mitchell x 15


No Allied losses

Airbase hits 1
Runway hits 4

Aircraft Attacking:
9 x A-20B Boston bombing at 10000 feet
12 x B-25C Mitchell bombing at 10000 feet
3 x B-25C Mitchell bombing at 10000 feet
3 x A-20B Boston bombing at 10000 feet
3 x A-20B Boston bombing at 10000 feet
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ASW attack at 28,27

Japanese Ships
SS I-11, hits 5

Allied Ships
PG Jasmine
MSW Cochin





Nikademus -> RE: Some good news (2/18/2006 5:35:40 AM)

lol....no incident there of surrounded troops holding out for weeks.....my Chinese were too much for the defeated Japanese.

Minor setback over Canton........just need to bomb a little higher....after the damn planes repair. lot of holes in the survivors [:D]




Rob Brennan UK -> RE: Some good news (2/18/2006 6:52:42 PM)

YAY , the great chinese advance continues . nice going nik !

p.s .. don't lose any more ship ! [:D]




Nikademus -> RE: Some good news (2/18/2006 7:48:37 PM)

are you suggesting my middle name is rroberson????!!!!! [sm=00001746.gif]




Bombur -> B-17īs over Rabaul (2/19/2006 4:48:15 AM)

-Rabaul was visited by a few B-17īs in the last two days. Two B-17īs shot down by Zeroes and more two by AA fire. More than 20% of the big bombers failed to return. In Burma, Nells finished a damaged transport, but two of the exorting Oscars were lost to P-40īs. Pakhoi suffered some naval bombardment


AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/24/42

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Naval bombardment of Pakhoi, at 39,39

Japanese Ships
DD Harukaze
DD Asakaze
DD Oboro
DD Amagiri
DD Asagiri
DD Hatsuyuki
DD Shirayuki
DD Samidare
CL Natori
CL Jintsu


Allied ground losses:
310 casualties reported
Guns lost 5

Airbase hits 1
Runway hits 2
Port supply hits 4

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Naval bombardment of Pakhoi, at 39,39

Japanese Ships
DD Hakaze
DD Okikaze
DD Sawakaze
DD Minekaze
DD Hatakaze
DD Matsukaze
DD Sazanami
DD Yudachi
DD Akigumo
DD Akizuki
CL Yubari


Allied ground losses:
120 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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Day Air attack on Rabaul , at 61,88

Japanese aircraft
A6M2 Zero x 31
A6M3 Zero x 7

Allied aircraft
B-17C Fortress x 8

Japanese aircraft losses
A6M2 Zero: 1 destroyed, 3 damaged
A6M3 Zero: 1 damaged
G4M1 Betty: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
B-17C Fortress: 2 destroyed, 4 damaged

Airbase supply hits 1
Runway hits 1

Aircraft Attacking:
4 x B-17C Fortress bombing at 19000 feet
2 x B-17C Fortress bombing at 19000 feet
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Day Air attack on TF at 29,28

Japanese aircraft
G3M Nell x 23
Ki-43-Ib Oscar x 18

Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIb x 2
P-40E Warhawk x 3

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-43-Ib Oscar: 2 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
P-40E Warhawk: 1 damaged

Allied Ships
AK Empire Scout, Torpedo hits 2, on fire, heavy damage

Aircraft Attacking:
2 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
1 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
4 x G3M Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/25/42


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Day Air attack on Rabaul , at 61,88

Japanese aircraft
A6M2 Zero x 35
A6M3 Zero x 3

Allied aircraft
B-17C Fortress x 9

Japanese aircraft losses
A6M2 Zero: 5 damaged

Allied aircraft losses
B-17C Fortress: 9 damaged





Bombur -> Few combat (2/20/2006 11:17:13 PM)

-Quiet turn. Japanese leadership will have a meeting tomorrow in order to evaluate the three months of the campaign. Stay tuned!!!

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/26/42

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Naval bombardment of Pakhoi, at 39,39

Japanese Ships
DD Harukaze
DD Asakaze
DD Oboro
DD Amagiri
DD Asagiri
DD Hatsuyuki
DD Shirayuki
DD Samidare
CL Natori
CL Jintsu


Allied ground losses:
308 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Runway hits 2

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Naval bombardment of Pakhoi, at 39,39

Japanese Ships
DD Hakaze
DD Okikaze
DD Sawakaze
DD Minekaze
DD Hatakaze
DD Matsukaze
DD Sazanami
DD Yudachi
DD Akigumo
DD Akizuki
CL Yubari


Allied ground losses:
116 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Airbase hits 1
Runway hits 3





Nikademus -> RE: Few combat (2/21/2006 5:20:33 PM)

Allied leadership is also having a meeting on deciding where to attack Japan next. [:D]




Speedysteve -> RE: Few combat (2/21/2006 5:58:50 PM)

With BB's only since Buttdemus misused his CV's........[8|][:'(]




Nikademus -> RE: Few combat (2/21/2006 6:19:23 PM)

Got plenty more!




Speedysteve -> RE: Few combat (2/21/2006 6:31:15 PM)

The re-spawn rule [sm=nono.gif]

[;)]




Nikademus -> RE: Few combat (2/21/2006 7:05:27 PM)

I agree. It is SO unfair.


(unfair to the Allied player.....they should respawn with an arrival date of 30 days!)





Bombur -> RE: Few combat (2/22/2006 12:09:18 AM)

Again, few action, Rabaul was visited by B-17īs at night, they took no losses and also didnīt hit nothing...Japanese meeting postponed for one turn.

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/28/42

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Naval bombardment of Pakhoi, at 39,39

Japanese Ships
DD Harukaze
DD Asakaze
DD Oboro
DD Amagiri
DD Asagiri
DD Hatsuyuki
DD Shirayuki
DD Samidare
CL Natori
CL Jintsu


Allied ground losses:
117 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Airbase hits 2
Airbase supply hits 2
Runway hits 9
Port hits 2
Port supply hits 4

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Naval bombardment of Pakhoi, at 39,39

Japanese Ships
DD Hakaze
DD Okikaze
DD Sawakaze
DD Minekaze
DD Hatakaze
DD Matsukaze
DD Sazanami
DD Yudachi
DD Akigumo
DD Akizuki
CL Yubari

Airbase hits 1
Airbase supply hits 7
Runway hits 10
Port hits 7
Port supply hits 13

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Day Air attack on Hong Kong , at 43,42


Allied aircraft
SB-2c x 21


No Allied losses

Aircraft Attacking:
6 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
6 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
3 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
6 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/29/42


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Night Air attack on Rabaul , at 61,88


Allied aircraft
B-17C Fortress x 3


Allied aircraft losses
B-17C Fortress: 3 damaged

Aircraft Attacking:
3 x B-17C Fortress bombing at 14000 feet
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Day Air attack on Hong Kong , at 43,42


Allied aircraft
SB-2c x 17


No Allied losses

Aircraft Attacking:
7 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
3 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
3 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
4 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet




Bombur -> RE: Few combat (2/23/2006 3:29:14 AM)

Another quiet turn....the Chinese Air Force still believe their SB-2īs can hit Hong Kong from 20000ft[:)]

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/30/42

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Day Air attack on Hong Kong , at 43,42

Japanese aircraft
Ki-43-Ib Oscar x 12

Allied aircraft
SB-2c x 17

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-43-Ib Oscar: 1 damaged

Allied aircraft losses
SB-2c: 1 damaged

Aircraft Attacking:
5 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
6 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
3 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
3 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/31/42


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Day Air attack on Hong Kong , at 43,42

Japanese aircraft
Ki-43-Ib Oscar x 8

Allied aircraft
SB-2c x 7

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-43-Ib Oscar: 1 damaged


Aircraft Attacking:
3 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
4 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet




Bombur -> Japanese HQ meeting (2/23/2006 3:38:58 AM)

Topics for the next Japanese HQ meeting

1-Is Nik an allied fanboy?
2-What to do with the new Ki-44?
3-How to capture Port Moresby?
4-Should we capture Port Moresby?
5-On the fairness of the respawn rule.
6-Why is it so difficult to take supplies from Tokyo to South Pacific?
7-How many carriers does the enemy still have?
8-Should Hara have committed seppuku (he was invited to the meeting, btw)?
9-How to shot down four engine bombers (they didnīt do too much damage, but....)
10-What are the best surrender terms to be offered to the USA?[:D]
11-What does the words "Corsair" and "Hellcat" (means)?
12-What is an "Essex" carrier?
13-Is there any necessity to replace the Zero with a new plane?
14-Why the D3A doesnīt have a retractable gear?
15-Why the enemy is still advancing despite the fact we crippled his fleet?
16-Does the name of this thread imply in some degree of defeatism?




Nikademus -> RE: Japanese HQ meeting (2/23/2006 6:42:52 AM)

Minutes from the secret Japanese meeting.

1-Is Nik an allied fanboy?

A: Of course......everyone knows the Japanese sucked. Never better. Usually inferior. Defective propellors.

2-What to do with the new Ki-44?

A: Would make a good Chia pet.

3-How to capture Port Moresby?

A: You can't PM is impregnigble. General Nik says so.

4-Should we capture Port Moresby?

A: You should try. send more Battleships. we need the target practice

5-On the fairness of the respawn rule.

A: totally fair. Sink more Allied ships. We need more Essex class CV's

6-Why is it so difficult to take supplies from Tokyo to South Pacific?

A: FedEx is not yet in existance

7-How many carriers does the enemy still have?

A: lots

8-Should Hara have committed seppuku (he was invited to the meeting, btw)?

A: yes. Anything is better than facing Admiral Nik in battle and losing face

9-How to shot down four engine bombers (they didnīt do too much damage, but....)

A: You can't. 4E's were the ultimate ship killers by the way.

10-What are the best surrender terms to be offered to the USA?

A: Unconditional. Japan must provide Pizza for 1000 years......not frozen either.

11-What does the words "Corsair" and "Hellcat" (means)?

A: Dead Japanese pilots

12-What is an "Essex" carrier?

A: Your worst nightmare

13-Is there any necessity to replace the Zero with a new plane?

A: No. Keep building em. Why worry?

14-Why the D3A doesnīt have a retractable gear?

A: Bad product design. no American know-how

15-Why the enemy is still advancing despite the fact we crippled his fleet?

A: You didn't. We are retiring towards the enemy at top speed.

16-Does the name of this thread imply in some degree of defeatism?

A: To face Nik is to lose.





Bombur -> RE: Japanese HQ meeting (2/24/2006 2:29:23 AM)

In a press release today, the Imperial HQ speaker confirmed the capture and execution of an US spy, which was trying to get information on the secret Japanese HQ meeting. "Fortunately, he commited serious translation mistakes and passed no valuable info to the enemy"[:D], said the speaker. Meanwhile, the Japanese HQ realized how to answer topic 2[:D], as enemy two engined bombers, identified as B-25īs, attacked Mandalay. The IJA Ki-43īs damaged more than half of the enemy planes, and the remains of two of them were located near the airbase, however, the plane seems to be able to absord a incredible amount of damage. This event have resulted in orders to speed up the production of the new Ki-44 interceptor, whose 50 first units are scheduled to be combat ready this month. The enemy attack destroyed 7 planes in the ground, including 5 Ki-43, but no pilot was lost. The IJAAF expects to produce 3500 Ki-44īs in the next 24 months.


AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 08/01/42

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Night Air attack on Rabaul , at 61,88


Allied aircraft
B-17C Fortress x 3


Allied aircraft losses
B-17C Fortress: 2 damaged

Aircraft Attacking:
3 x B-17C Fortress bombing at 14000 feet
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Naval bombardment of Pakhoi, at 39,39

Japanese Ships
DD Harukaze
DD Asakaze
DD Oboro
DD Amagiri
DD Asagiri
DD Hatsuyuki
DD Shirayuki
DD Samidare
CL Natori
CL Jintsu


Allied ground losses:
114 casualties reported

Airbase hits 2
Airbase supply hits 1
Runway hits 3
Port hits 2
Port supply hits 1

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Naval bombardment of Pakhoi, at 39,39

Japanese Ships
DD Hakaze
DD Okikaze
DD Sawakaze
DD Minekaze
DD Hatakaze
DD Matsukaze
DD Sazanami
DD Yudachi
DD Akigumo
DD Akizuki
CL Yubari


Allied ground losses:
14 casualties reported

Airbase hits 2
Airbase supply hits 1
Runway hits 20
Port hits 8
Port supply hits 6

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 08/02/42


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Night Air attack on Rabaul , at 61,88


Allied aircraft
B-17C Fortress x 3


Allied aircraft losses
B-17C Fortress: 3 damaged

Aircraft Attacking:
3 x B-17C Fortress bombing at 14000 feet
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Day Air attack on Hong Kong , at 43,42

Japanese aircraft
Ki-43-Ib Oscar x 8

Allied aircraft
SB-2c x 15

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-43-Ib Oscar: 1 damaged

Allied aircraft losses
SB-2c: 4 damaged

Aircraft Attacking:
9 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
6 x SB-2c bombing at 20000 feet
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Day Air attack on Mandalay , at 33,30

Japanese aircraft
Ki-43-Ib Oscar x 46

Allied aircraft
B-25C Mitchell x 40

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-43-Ib Oscar: 3 destroyed, 8 damaged
Ki-15 Babs: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
B-25C Mitchell: 28 damaged

Japanese ground losses:
5 casualties reported

Airbase hits 4
Airbase supply hits 2
Runway hits 15

Aircraft Attacking:
36 x B-25C Mitchell bombing at 18000 feet
4 x B-25C Mitchell bombing at 18000 feet




Bombur -> From the Japanese meeting. (2/24/2006 2:35:48 AM)

-Yamamoto presented as evidence of Nikīs allied fanboysm the fact the Judy will be forced to fly her missions with only one 250kg bomb, despite the fact the plane will be able to carry two bombs, it seems pretty obvious that this mod is deeply pro allied, said the admiral. Nagumo replied that it would be better to have a smaller bombload, with armor and self sealing fuel tanks, he became furious when he was informed that the D4Y wonīt have neither the increased payload nor the better protection. How will we be able to win the Marianas Turkey shot with such a crappy plane-he asked.




Nikademus -> RE: From the Japanese meeting. (2/24/2006 3:28:34 AM)

Before execution, the Allied spy was recorded to have said; "Hey....it got an armor 1 rating...give me a b_____" <sound of rifle fire>

The dispicable Japanese didn't even grant him a last request.....like a Pizza slice.

[:-]





Speedysteve -> RE: From the Japanese meeting. (2/24/2006 12:52:00 PM)

LOL guys[:D]

P.S. in answer to topic 1. As Nik admitted he is 100% a fanboy - Allied and flak based. Fanboy through and through.




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