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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/26/2013 1:56:58 PM   
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Why send the CA back to Ceylon? It should be able to withdraw from Sydney.

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Also, there is a RN CA at Sydney that is fully patched up but she is supposed to go back to the Admiralty in 25 days. What do you want to do? She can likely make it to Ceylon without a DD escort taking the southerly route.

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/26/2013 4:53:21 PM   
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Ground combat at Davao (79,91)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 11815 troops, 333 guns, 318 vehicles, Assault Value = 256

Defending force 4291 troops, 46 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 39

Allied engineers reduce fortifications to 0

Allied adjusted assault: 125

Japanese adjusted defense: 82

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

Allied Assault reduces fortifications to 0

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+), preparation(-), experience(-)
Attacker:

Japanese ground losses:
404 casualties reported
Squads: 20 destroyed, 1 disabled
Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 6 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 5 (1 destroyed, 4 disabled)


Allied ground losses:
160 casualties reported
Squads: 1 destroyed, 18 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled


Assaulting units:
132nd Infantry Regiment
22nd Marine Regiment
161st Infantry Regiment
225th Field Artillery Battalion
134th Field Artillery Battalion
2nd USMC Field Artillery Battalion
25th USN Naval Construction Battalion
205th Field Artillery Battalion
21/22 Field Regiment

Defending units:
15th Garrison Unit
Sasebo 8th SNLF /1
39th JNAF AF Unit
40th JNAF AF Unit
1st Engineer Co
108th JAAF AF Bn



Those are pathetic odds for such a preponderance of force. Why so low?


Ummmm. I'm gonna go with a good suppry of Emperor Brand Kool-Aide, rots of trees for the Ritter Yerrow Baahstards AND a severe shortage of Parchesi boards among the Arries.


Not to mention 50-60% disablement amnong the intantry regiments.

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/26/2013 4:55:07 PM   
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Why send the CA back to Ceylon? It should be able to withdraw from Sydney.


Well, it is a RN ship. ALSP might want to keep her with a penalty for some crucial task. Plus, I think I broke her somehow. Can't remember exactly.

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/26/2013 5:27:04 PM   
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Ummmm. I'm gonna go with a good suppry of Emperor Brand Kool-Aide, rots of trees for the Ritter Yerrow Baahstards AND a severe shortage of Parchesi boards among the Arries.


Not to mention 50-60% disablement amnong the intantry regiments.



I'll give you the terrain bonus, but there's no fort, experience or (curiously) Japanese preparation bonus. Yet they've been there getting bashed on for what-two months now? You'd think they'd prep for Davao and make it 'fully prepped', much as-I'm sure-the Allies are now.

If your guys have been on Davao for a couple months now, are they still 50-60% disabled? Thoughts as to why? What's your HQ support looking like there?

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/26/2013 5:46:55 PM   
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Ummmm. I'm gonna go with a good suppry of Emperor Brand Kool-Aide, rots of trees for the Ritter Yerrow Baahstards AND a severe shortage of Parchesi boards among the Arries.


Not to mention 50-60% disablement amnong the intantry regiments.



I'll give you the terrain bonus, but there's no fort, experience or (curiously) Japanese preparation bonus. Yet they've been there getting bashed on for what-two months now? You'd think they'd prep for Davao and make it 'fully prepped', much as-I'm sure-the Allies are now.

If your guys have been on Davao for a couple months now, are they still 50-60% disabled? Thoughts as to why? What's your HQ support looking like there?


They have no HQ support on Mindanao, save for a few Air HQ at Cagayan. I dont think it's been "a couple of months" but they have been resting for a week or so.

MacArthur (SWPAC) is in a luxury suite aboard an APA which just passed Horn Is. 6th Army HQ just debarked at Manado. SOUPAC is in Darwin.

I Amphib HQ is prepping for Northern Luzon.

The pace of operations has required that we push stuff forward quickly. In some place the logistical tail is still wagging behind. If we are going to take a base in Northern Luzon and Batan Is. by the end of April we need to keep going. No time for R&R.




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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/26/2013 6:26:44 PM   
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They have no HQ support on Mindanao


Ah. Well "there's yer problem" then.

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 12:38:41 AM   
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FAM: Are you currently sexually active?

17 y/o with a 2 year old baby and abdominal pain: Oh, no.

FAM: Good for you.

17 y/o with a 2 year old baby: Wait, did you mean right now?

FAM: <confused> Well, let me put it this way. When was the last time you had sexual intercourse?

17 y/o with a 2 year old baby: Oh, last week then.

FAM: <has strong desire to do face-palm but doesn't> Ah!


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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 3:54:50 AM   
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I can't spell in corrigable

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 2:50:03 PM   
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I can't spell in corrigable



Nice girl, really, but she just doesn't think through her actions. Grandma is already taking care of baby number 1. Marriage has become something that guys in San Francisico want to do.

Instead, we now have Facebook "Status".

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 2:56:58 PM   
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******************Aboard USS Harris (APA), southern Arafua Sea, March 31, 1943(c)**************



Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Congressional Medal of Honor winner (for leaving Army nurses behind on Corregidor), CIC, SWPAC: Oh steward, take this prime rib back, it's undercooked. Bring me an end piece. We aren't on Borneo. <polite chuckles from guests who mostly can't stand the pretentious asshole but don't dare say so>

Now, did I ever you tell you how I got to be first in class at West Point...........................

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 3:09:00 PM   
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************Beachside, near Batangas, Luzon, March 31, 1943(c)****************


Man in fine linen slacks: Right, so what do you think? Patio area under the palms here, couple of overhead fans, kitchen over there?

Hirsute man: Where is the dance area?

Man in fine linen slacks: Dance area? Yossarian, you crazy SOB, I sold that idea to Idi. This is a restaurant-bar notion.

Hirsute man: Restaurant? Why you crazy SOB, You don't know how to cook.

Man in fine linen slacks: Aha, but I thought of that. We just hire lots of attractive young waitresses with large breasts in low-cut tops.

Hirsute man: I suppose that could work, but what about the girls? Idi has all the Tannanese.

Man in fine linen slacks: I said attractive. We go local. I've got some candidates lined up for interviews. You want to come help? I could use a second pair of..eyes.

Hirsute man: If I must.

Man in fine linen slacks: War is Hell, Yossarian. War is Hell.

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The first breastaurant - 4/27/2013 3:10:20 PM   
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Nothing to see here...move along.

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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/27/2013 3:17:25 PM   
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I looked back. The sinking on the AK Malancha last night took out 31 M4 Shermans and some trucks. Bummer about the Shermans. They were the first ones in theater. The Men From Malancha were apparently OK.

This business of trying to unload tanks from regular AK's across the beach is just painful. We need more LST's. The AKA's in June will help too.

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 3:53:51 PM   
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Burma. We have a lot of **** in Burma.








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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 4:04:52 PM   
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I can't spell in corrigable



Nice girl, really, but she just doesn't think through her actions. Grandma is already taking care of baby number 1. Marriage has become something that guys in San Francisico want to do.

Instead, we now have Facebook "Status".


Robinson County in North Carolina :

"...about one girl aged 15 to 19 became pregnant every day in Robeson County ¡X a rate of about 69 per 1,000 girls, almost 58 percent higher than the state rate of 43.8." (http://www.robesonian.com/view/full_story/20995488/article-Robeson-ranks-high-in-teen-pregnancies?instance=commented)

Although soceity might think who needs a couple to care for a child in the age of free love ...

United States infant mortality rate is
7.0 infant deaths per 1,000 live births

„h North Carolina infant mortality rate is
8.5 infant deaths per 1,000 live births

„h Robeson County is 14.6 infant deaths
per 1,000 live births


Infant mortality rates are 1.8 times
higher for infants of unmarried
mothers than for married mothers

„h Unmarried mothers are less likely
to obtain prenatal care and more
likely to have a low birth-weight
baby

„h Single mothers were twice as
likely as married mothers to
experience depression

Of course free is not free .. the cost shifted to the other parts of society ..

Those low weight "premie" neonates average about 100 days in the NICU forget the long term chronic care ..

But I don't do Peds .. I leave that up to the Cap ..

Ok back to the IJN whooping up on the USN ...

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 4:07:56 PM   
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Burma. We have a lot of **** in Burma.



Yep, sometimes you just have to bring a bloody big stick.

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 4:08:14 PM   
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Oddly, there does not seem to be any movement of the substantial LYB forces at Shwebo or Myitkynia. If the large Indian force moving SW from Kalmeyo crosses the Irrawaddy and finds an empty hex in about 10 d or so, then Myitkynia will quickly become untenable. By then, the Chindits should cut the rail line as well.

I do think they mean to form a line along the Irrawaddy near Prome, to include the hex SW of Prome where the rail lien crosses.

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 4:47:29 PM   
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Dry Dock Management:

Cape Town (80K tons): Ramilles (2-3 months) Can't accomodate any more large ships after Revenge arrives in a week or so. Revenge also needs about 3 mos.

Colombo (40K tons): Pennsylvania (5+ mos) You could take Pennsylvania out of drydock, leave her at pierside to repair system damage and put either PoW or Victorious in dry dock. Victorious could go to Sydney but that seems very dangerous. As PoW can make 25 kts, probably best to send her to Eastern US and let Victorious repair at Colombo. Alternatively, you could send PoW to Cape Town and bump one of the other BB's out of line.

Sydney (30K tons): Can be used for the USN CA's and CL's and DD's and subs and for CVE upgrades.

Bombay (20K tons): Hermes can fit.

Aden (20K tons): Cornwall maybe.

Pearl (100K tons): 3 US BB's (6-10 mos) Fagettaboutit

Western US: US BB's

Auckland: US Crusiers and DD's

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 4:49:13 PM   
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You could take Pennsylvania out of drydock, leave her at pierside to repair system


can you eventually move ships to the EC?

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 4:59:51 PM   
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You could take Pennsylvania out of drydock, leave her at pierside to repair system


can you eventually move ships to the EC?



Yes, but first Pennsylvania has to repair her 44% system damage because some, idiot staff flunkie let her run out of gas on the way to Cape Town. She detoured North, hit 3 icebergs due to Global Cooling and was attacked by a 100 foot long squid.

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RE: Sturm und drang - 4/27/2013 5:08:46 PM   
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OK, just thought of a better solution for PoW as the Med isn't open yet.

Send PoW to Cape Town and we can bump Ramilles out of drydock and send her to the Eastern US.

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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/28/2013 6:36:20 AM   
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The Men From Malancha were apparently OK.


I agree. That play was just OK, nothing special. Too many castanette numbers.

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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/28/2013 3:19:06 PM   
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The Men From Malancha were apparently OK.


I agree. That play was just OK, nothing special. Too many castanette numbers.



I don't mind the Roma influence with the castanettes, it's just that I couldn't wrap my mind around the idea of MEN playing the castanette.

Also, casting Javier Bardem as Don Quixote was a BIG mistake.

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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/28/2013 3:42:36 PM   
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************Aboard USS S-18, 120 nm W of Eureka, Calif., April 1, 1943(c)**************


Cpt. Vaughn stands topside with a megaphone. The boat has been out of fuel since she ran short in the Gulf of Alaska nearly 1 month ago. The crew have been towing her with oar power from rubber rafts since then. A kindly Humpback named &@*#(#@ had helped them for nearly a day, the tow rope held in her mouth, but she was with calf and had to swim on. The entire battery compartment is awash in seawater and, of course, all the pumps are shot so the captain has taken to ordering the crew about the boat to maintain trim.

Captain Vaughn: STROKE! STROKE! STROKE! <15 strokes a minute in grueling four hour ****s. A wave approaches the boat from astern. The captain yells down from the sail> OK BOYS! HERE COMES ONE. EVERYONE RUN AFT............NOW! <The crest reaches the boat> OK, EVERYONE FORWARD..........NOW!

XO: Have you thought about scuttling her sir? I think we could get enough provisions aboard the boats to make Eurkea.

Captain Vaughn: Unthinkable. She is a grand old boat and she will have a long and dignified service after this.

XO: What do they plan to do with her, sir?

Captain Vaughn: Fish and chips restaurant, I think. STROKE! STROKE!.............

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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/28/2013 3:45:09 PM   
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****s


Guess I misspelled "shifts"

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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/28/2013 3:48:05 PM   
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Tales of men at sea.




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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/28/2013 4:19:44 PM   
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A kindly Humpback named &@*#(#@ had helped them for nearly a day


Was this the inspiration for the &@*#(#@ Agano?

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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/28/2013 7:29:55 PM   
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Wow, looks like the inside of the boat is not so bad, the outside probably looks a blind mans car.

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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/29/2013 4:25:02 PM   
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It's a good day in China. First:

Morning Air attack on 31st Group Army, at 78,44 , near Chungking

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 11 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 3 minutes

Japanese aircraft
Ki-49-IIa Helen x 14

Allied aircraft
P-43A-1 Lancer x 6

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-49-IIa Helen: 2 destroyed, 4 damaged

No Allied losses


And then a counter-attack!

Ground combat at Chengtu (75,41)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 16154 troops, 266 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 710

Defending force 4302 troops, 127 guns, 360 vehicles, Assault Value = 259

Allied adjusted assault: 749

Japanese adjusted defense: 257

Allied assault odds: 2 to 1

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+), leaders(+), preparation(-), experience(-)
Attacker:

Japanese ground losses:
547 casualties reported
Squads: 31 destroyed, 1 disabled
Non Combat: 24 destroyed, 21 disabled
Engineers: 8 destroyed, 11 disabled
Guns lost 30 (15 destroyed, 15 disabled)
Vehicles lost 59 (29 destroyed, 30 disabled)
Units retreated 1


Allied ground losses:
265 casualties reported
Squads: 1 destroyed, 37 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 9 disabled


Defeated Japanese Units Retreating!

Assaulting units:
24th Chinese Corps
48th Chinese Corps
12th Chinese Corps
28th Chinese Corps
90th Chinese Corps
3rd Construction Regiment
21st Group Army
7th Construction Regiment
3rd Chinese Base Force
16th Group Army
2nd Group Army
1st Group Army
2nd Construction Regiment

Defending units:
3rd Tank Division


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RE: The first breastaurant - 4/29/2013 4:27:58 PM   
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Meanwhile at Ramree:

Night Time Surface Combat, near Ramree Island at 54,48, Range 2,000 Yards

Japanese Ships
CA Myoko, Shell hits 5, on fire
DD Mikazuki
DD Yuzuki
DD Oite
DD Akikaze
DD Yukaze, Shell hits 1
DD Kosugiri, Shell hits 1, on fire
DD Tagonami, Shell hits 6, heavy fires

Allied Ships
CA Shropshire, Shell hits 1, on fire
CA Sussex, Shell hits 2
CL Ceres, Shell hits 1
CLAA Van Heemskerck
DD Buchanan
DD Lardner
DD Stack
DD Shaw
DD Isis, Shell hits 1
DD Jupiter, Shell hits 2
DD Napier, Shell hits 3
DD Nestor, Shell hits 2, on fire
AP Hunter Liggett
AP American Legion
AP George F. Elliot
AP Barnett
AP President Adams
xAP Santa Paula
xAP Maui
xAP Santa Barbara
xAK Sea Hound
xAP Dunnatar Castle, Shell hits 1
xAP Empress ' Scotland
xAP Empress ' Asia
xAP Durenda
xAP Gandara
xAP Gogra
xAP Hosang
xAK Ikauna
xAP Jalaratna
xAK Karoa
xAP Kutsang, Shell hits 4, on fire
xAK Maldive
xAK Masula, Shell hits 5, on fire
xAK Matiana
xAK Pellicula
xAK Shirina
xAK Tanda
xAK Yoma
xAP Jacalope
xAK City of Hankow
xAP Clan Macpherson
xAK Empire Rani
xAP Governor
xAP Hadleigh
xAK Martand
xAK Mendoza
xAK Shirala
xAP Varela
xAK Ariadne Moller
xAP Jalakrishna
xAP Australia Star, Shell hits 6, on fire
xAK Langkoeas, Shell hits 12, heavy fires, heavy damage


Allied ground losses:
Guns lost 6 (2 destroyed, 4 disabled)
Vehicles lost 12 (4 destroyed, 8 disabled)


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