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1922 Grand Campaign: Rysynok (J) vs. Connfire (A) - 7/13/2010 12:31:44 AM   
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So - with only a few games vs. the AI under my belt, for the first time in my life I've finally decided to take the plunge into PBEM. Being a fresh, new player, naturally I'm playing against one of the most experienced WPO players out there, Rysynok . Should be fun and interesting!

Parameters: 3 day turns, sub doctrines off, extremely variable reinforcements. Allied powers are only activated after they are attacked. As of this writing we are already about 5 turns into the game. Thus far I have not taken any screenshots, but will do so in the future.

I should add that I'm borrowing some of the editorial techniques used in Aces8's AARs.

< Message edited by Connfire -- 7/13/2010 1:23:21 AM >
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The War Begins - 7/13/2010 12:54:19 AM   
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The War Begins

May 31, 1922, 2359hrs Washington DC Time.

Months of deteriorating relations and war warnings between the USA and Japan after the collapse of the Washington Naval Conference has come to an end. A declaration of war is delivered to the State Department by the Japanese ambassador.

At the exact same time, a similar note is handed to the US ambassador at Tokyo at 1459hrs, local time.

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 05/31/22
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/01/22

All US forces in the Pacific and Asian Theatres receive the cable “Japan has declared war on US. War Plan Orange is in effect. This is no drill. Repeat, this is no drill. Authorization Whisky Papa Oscar”.

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TF 6 troops unloading over beach at Aparri, 46,49
Japanese ground losses:
2686 casualties reported
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TF 15 troops unloading over beach at Laoag, 45,49
Japanese ground losses:
833 casualties reported
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TF 19 troops unloading over beach at Batan Island, 47,47
Japanese ground losses:
478 casualties reported
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TF 21 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
239 casualties reported

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Ground combat at Batan Island

Japanese Shock attack
Attacking force 1625 troops, 7 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 50
Defending force 1592 troops, 3 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 21
Japanese assault odds: 12 to 1 (fort level 0)
Japanese forces CAPTURE Batan Island base !!!

Japanese ground losses:
26 casualties reported

Allied ground losses:
2182 casualties reported
Guns lost 3

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/02/22

A San Francisco Chronicle article, which is circulated widely in the next 2 days, quotes a high-ranking naval official as saying the US Navy is "scandalously unprepared" for war against Japan. The official abruptly retires the next day.
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TF 6 troops unloading over beach at Aparri, 46,49

Japanese ground losses:
344 casualties reported

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TF 15 troops unloading over beach at Laoag, 45,49

Japanese ground losses:
230 casualties reported

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TF 21 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
168 casualties reported

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TF 22 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
81 casualties reported

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TF 27 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

Japanese ground losses:
172 casualties reported

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TF 2 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
2902 casualties reported

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TF 3 troops unloading over beach at Aparri, 46,49

Japanese ground losses:
826 casualties reported

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TF 6 troops unloading over beach at Aparri, 46,49

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TF 15 troops unloading over beach at Laoag, 45,49

Japanese ground losses:
108 casualties reported

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TF 21 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
156 casualties reported

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TF 22 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
84 casualties reported

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TF 27 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

Japanese ground losses:
141 casualties reported

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TF 8 troops unloading over beach at Tuguegarao, 46,50

Japanese ground losses:
1260 casualties reported

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TF 26 troops unloading over beach at San Marcelino, 43,50

Japanese ground losses:
249 casualties reported


< Message edited by Connfire -- 7/13/2010 1:24:45 AM >

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Ground and Naval combat around Luzon - 7/13/2010 1:19:41 AM   
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Ground and Naval combat around Luzon

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/03/22


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TF 1 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

Japanese ground losses:
3454 casualties reported

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TF 2 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
113 casualties reported

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TF 3 troops unloading over beach at Aparri, 46,49

Japanese ground losses:
139 casualties reported

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TF 8 troops unloading over beach at Tuguegarao, 46,50

Japanese ground losses:
236 casualties reported

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TF 17 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

Japanese ground losses:
3146 casualties reported

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TF 21 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
202 casualties reported

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TF 22 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49


Japanese ground losses:
54 casualties reported

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TF 26 troops unloading over beach at San Marcelino, 43,50

Japanese ground losses:
255 casualties reported

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TF 27 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,5

Japanese ground losses:
237 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
SS No. 14

Allied Ships
DD Alden
DD Barker

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Night Time Surface Combat, near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
CA Kasuga
CA Nisshin
CA Adzuma
CA Aso, Shell hits 1
CA Idzumo
DD Momo
DD Kashi, Shell hits 1
DD Hinoki
DD Yanagi

Allied Ships
DD Alden
DD Smith Thompson
DD Barker
DD Peary
DD Zane
DD Pruitt
DD William B. Preston, Shell hits 2, on fire

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Night Time Surface Combat, near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
CA Kasuga
CA Nisshin
CA Adzuma
CA Aso, Shell hits 1
CA Idzumo, Shell hits 1
DD Momo
DD Kashi, Shell hits 2
DD Hinoki
DD Yanagi

Allied Ships
DD Alden, Shell hits 5, on fire, heavy damage
DD Smith Thompson
DD Barker, Shell hits 3, on fire
DD Peary, Shell hits 4, on fire
DD Zane
DD Pruitt, Shell hits 1
DD William B. Preston, Shell hits 1, on fire

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Night Time Surface Combat, near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
CA Kasuga
CA Nisshin
CA Adzuma, Shell hits 2
CA Aso
CA Idzumo
DD Momo
DD Kashi
DD Hinoki
DD Yanagi

Allied Ships
PG Elcano, Shell hits 9, Torpedo hits 1, and is sunk

And thus the USS Elcano, PG-38, becomes the first ship lost in this war. Commissioned in the Spanish Navy in 1885, she was captured by US forces during the Spanish-American War. She was recommissioned in the US Navy in 1902, retaining her original name.
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Night Time Surface Combat, near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
CA Kasuga
CA Nisshin, Shell hits 1
CA Adzuma
CA Aso, Shell hits 1
CA Idzumo
DD Momo
DD Kashi
DD Hinoki
DD Yanagi

Allied Ships
DD Alden, on fire, heavy damage
DD Smith Thompson, Shell hits 1
DD Barker, Shell hits 11, on fire, heavy damage
DD Peary, Shell hits 2, on fire, heavy damage
DD Zane
DD Pruitt
DD William B. Preston, on fire

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
SS No. 14

Allied Ships
DD Alden, on fire, heavy damage
DD Zane

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TF 1 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

Japanese ground losses:
1836 casualties reported

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TF 2 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
35 casualties reported

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TF 3 troops unloading over beach at Aparri, 46,49

Japanese ground losses:
81 casualties reported

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TF 8 troops unloading over beach at Tuguegarao, 46,50

Japanese ground losses:
27 casualties reported

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TF 17 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

Japanese ground losses:
483 casualties reported

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TF 21 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
67 casualties reported

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TF 22 troops unloading over beach at Vigan, 44,49

Japanese ground losses:
81 casualties reported

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TF 26 troops unloading over beach at San Marcelino, 43,50

Japanese ground losses:
27 casualties reported

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TF 27 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

Japanese ground losses:
106 casualties reported

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Ground combat at Aparri

Japanese Deliberate attack
Attacking force 14581 troops, 156 guns, 38 vehicles, Assault Value = 276
Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 0
Japanese assault odds: 322 to 1 (fort level 0)
Japanese forces CAPTURE Aparri base !!!

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Ground combat at Vigan

Japanese Deliberate attack
Attacking force 14040 troops, 83 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 286
Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 0
Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 1
Japanese assault odds: 285 to 1 (fort level 1)
Japanese forces CAPTURE Vigan base !!!

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Ground combat at Laoag

Japanese Deliberate attack
Attacking force 4617 troops, 26 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 145
Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 0
Japanese assault odds: 116 to 1 (fort level 0)
Japanese forces CAPTURE Laoag base !!!

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Ground combat at Tuguegarao

Japanese Deliberate attack
Attacking force 7227 troops, 37 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 156
Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 0
Japanese assault odds: 326 to 1 (fort level 3)
Japanese forces CAPTURE Tuguegarao base !!!

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Ground combat at San Marcelino

Japanese Deliberate attack
Attacking force 2599 troops, 8 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 80
Defending force 3667 troops, 24 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 82
Japanese assault odds: 0 to 1 (fort level 3)

Japanese ground losses:
207 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Allied ground losses:
17 casualties reported

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Ground combat at Lingayen

Japanese Deliberate attack
Attacking force 1636 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 745
Defending force 7368 troops, 47 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 164
Japanese assault odds: 0 to 1 (fort level 0)

Japanese ground losses:
121 casualties reported

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/04/22
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Coastal Guns at Lingayen, 44,50, firing at TF 1
TF 1 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

71 Coastal gun shots fired in defense.
Japanese Ships
DD Wakaba, Shell hits 1

Japanese ground losses:
607 casualties reported

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Coastal Guns at Lingayen, 44,50, firing at TF 17
TF 17 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

12 Coastal gun shots fired in defense.
Japanese ground losses:
54 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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Coastal Guns at Lingayen, 44,50, firing at TF 27
TF 27 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

Japanese ground losses:
72 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Manila at 43,52

Japanese Ships
SS No. 15

Allied Ships
DD Zane

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Night Time Surface Combat, near San Marcelino at 43,50

Japanese Ships
AP Maya Maru, Shell hits 1
AP Shirogane Maru
AP Yosyu Maru

Allied Ships
PG Romblon
PG Bobol
PG Marie Duque

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
AK Kamogawa Maru
DD Nashi
DD Nire

Allied Ships
SS S-14, hits 2

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TF 7 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
1996 casualties reported

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Coastal Guns at Lingayen, 44,50, firing at TF 1
TF 1 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

11 Coastal gun shots fired in defense.
Japanese ground losses:
134 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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TF 7 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
479 casualties reported

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Coastal Guns at Lingayen, 44,50, firing at TF 17
TF 17 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

Japanese ground losses:
33 casualties reported

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Coastal Guns at Lingayen, 44,50, firing at TF 27
TF 27 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

13 Coastal gun shots fired in defense.
Japanese Ships
AK Misaki Maru, Shell hits 2

Japanese ground losses:
27 casualties reported

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TF 30 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
531 casualties reported

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TF 45 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
422 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Manila at 43,52

Japanese Ships
SS No. 15

Allied Ships
DD William B. Preston, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
AK Akiura Maru, Torpedo hits 1, on fire (she would later sink)
AP Rozan Maru
AP Aikoku Maru
CL Kuma

Allied Ships
SS S-14

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Day Time Surface Combat, near San Marcelino at 43,50

Japanese Ships
AP Maya Maru, Shell hits 8, on fire (she would be reported sunk on 6/20)
AP Shirogane Maru
AP Yosyu Maru, Shell hits 19, on fire (she would later sink)

Allied Ships
PG Asheville
PG Tulsa
PG Sacramento
PG Quiros
PG Villalobos
PG Callao
PG Pampagna
PG Samar

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Ground combat at Lingayen

Allied Bombardment attack
Attacking force 7348 troops, 47 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 164
Defending force 38742 troops, 231 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 751

Japanese ground losses:
24 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Clemson-class destroyer USS Barker (DD-213) and her sister USS Peary (DD-226) both foundered off Bataan due to damage from the Battle of Lingayen Gulf.

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/05/22

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Coastal Guns at Lingayen, 44,50, firing at TF 1
TF 1 troops unloading over beach at Lingayen, 44,50

23 Coastal gun shots fired in defense.
Japanese Ships
DD Ushio

Japanese ground losses:
56 casualties reported

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TF 4 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
1443 casualties reported

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TF 7 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
255 casualties reported

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TF 18 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
256 casualties reported

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TF 30 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
349 casualties reported

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TF 31 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
297 casualties reported

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TF 45 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
819 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Manila at 43,52

Japanese Ships
SS No. 15

Allied Ships
DD Smith Thompson

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Night Time Surface Combat, near Laoag at 45,49

Japanese Ships
DD Hatsuyuki
DD Yudachi, Shell hits 21, and is sunk
DD Nowaki, Shell hits 4, on fire, heavy damage
DD Mikazuki
DD Urukaze, Shell hits 18, and is sunk
AK Atago Maru
AK Atlantic Maru
AK Alaska Maru
AP Aratama Maru
AP Asama Maru
AK Atlas Maru
AP Atsuta Maru
AP Atuta Maru
AK Atutasan Maru
AP Awa Maru
AP Awajisan Maru
AK Awata Maru
AK Awazisan Maru
AP Ayaha Maru
AP Ayato Maru
AP Ayatosan Maru
AP Ayo Maru
AP Azuchi Maru
AK Azumasan Maru
AK Borneo Maru
AK Boston Maru
AK Brazil Maru
AP Burisuben Maru
AK Burma Maru
AP Buyo Maru
AK Dakar Maru
AK Delagoa Maru
AP Denmark Maru
AK Durban Maru
AP Kaijo Maru #2
AP Karachi Maru
AP Kashi Maru

Allied Ships
CA Huron
CA Rochester
CL New Orleans
CL Albany, Shell hits 1
DD Rathburne
DD Dorsey, Shell hits 4, on fire
DD Southard
DD Hovey
DD Long, Shell hits 2
DD Broome

hmm - not that bad. I just would have liked the outcome a whole lot better if the Asiatic Fleet had bagged a few of those APs and AKs rather then just sinking their escorts, though.
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TF 4 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
641 casualties reported

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TF 7 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
67 casualties reported

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TF 9 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
2100 casualties reported

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TF 18 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
22 casualties reported

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TF 30 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
279 casualties reported

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TF 31 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
126 casualties reported

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TF 45 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55

Japanese ground losses:
706 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Laoag at 45,49

Japanese Ships
AK Awata Maru
AP Buyo Maru
AP Ayatosan Maru

Allied Ships
SS S-16

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Sub attack near Laoag at 45,49

Japanese Ships
AK Delagoa Maru
AK Burma Maru

Allied Ships
SS S-16

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
AK Aobasan Maru, Torpedo hits 1, on fire (she later sank)
AK Asosan Maru
DD Nashi
DD Nire
DD Shimakaze

Allied Ships
SS S-14, hits 1

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TF 77 troops unloading over beach at Lamon Bay, 44,52

Japanese ground losses:
93 casualties reported

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Ground combat at Lingayen

Allied Bombardment attack
Attacking force 7324 troops, 46 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 164
Defending force 38924 troops, 236 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 751


Japanese ground losses:
15 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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A third destroyer from the Battle of Lingayen Gulf foundered today, the USS Alden (DD-211) in Manila Bay.

< Message edited by Connfire -- 7/14/2010 6:21:56 AM >

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IJA seizes ports in Luzon, the Asiatic Fleet is battered - 7/13/2010 3:25:24 AM   
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Japanese seize ports in Luzon, the Asiatic Fleet is battered

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/06/22


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TF 4 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
88 casualties reported

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TF 7 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
10 casualties reported

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TF 9 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
896 casualties reported

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TF 14 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
2257 casualties reported

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TF 30 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
123 casualties reported

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TF 31 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
41 casualties reported

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TF 45 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
525 casualties reported

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TF 77 troops unloading over beach at Lamon Bay, 44,52


Japanese ground losses:
72 casualties reported

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ASW attack at 48,46

Japanese Ships
DD Yanagi
DD Hinoki
DD Momo

Allied Ships
SS S-3

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Sub attack at 47,48

Japanese Ships
AK Nitiyu Maru, Torpedo hits 1 (she later sank)
Allied Ships
SS S-7

Japanese ground losses:
30 casualties reported

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Sub attack at 48,48

Japanese Ships
AP Surabaya Maru

Allied Ships
SS S-6

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Night Time Surface Combat, near Laoag at 45,49

Japanese Ships
DD Hatsuyuki
DD Mikazuki, Shell hits 22, and is sunk
AK Atago Maru
AK Atlantic Maru
AK Alaska Maru
AP Aratama Maru
AP Asama Maru
AK Atlas Maru, Shell hits 9, on fire
AP Atsuta Maru
AP Atuta Maru
AK Atutasan Maru
AP Awa Maru
AP Awajisan Maru
AK Awata Maru
AK Awazisan Maru
AP Ayaha Maru
AP Ayato Maru
AP Ayatosan Maru
AK Azumasan Maru
AK Borneo Maru
AK Boston Maru
AK Brazil Maru, Shell hits 1
AP Burisuben Maru
AK Burma Maru
AP Buyo Maru, Shell hits 1
AP Denmark Maru
AK Durban Maru
AP Karachi Maru

Allied Ships
CA Huron
CA Rochester, Shell hits 2
CL New Orleans, Shell hits 1
CL Albany
DD Rathburne
DD Dorsey, on fire
DD Southard
DD Hovey
DD Long
DD Broome

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ASW attack at 48,48

Allied Ships
SS S-6

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TF 9 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
368 casualties reported

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TF 14 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
1423 casualties reported

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TF 30 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
58 casualties reported

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TF 31 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
10 casualties reported

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TF 45 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
319 casualties reported

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TF 77 troops unloading over beach at Lamon Bay, 44,52


Japanese ground losses:
92 casualties reported

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ASW attack at 47,46

Japanese Ships
DD Yanagi
DD Hinoki
DD Momo
CA Idzumo
CA Adzuma

Allied Ships
SS S-9

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Sub attack at 47,48

Japanese Ships
AK Kinkasan Maru

Allied Ships
SS S-7

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Sub attack near Laoag at 45,49

Japanese Ships
AP Syoka Maru, Shell hits 3, Torpedo hits 1, on fire

Allied Ships
SS S-17

Japanese ground losses:
30 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
AK Bangkok Maru
DD Ushio

Allied Ships
SS S-2

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Sub attack at 48,46

Japanese Ships
DD Nowaki, heavy damage

Allied Ships
SS S-3


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Ground combat at Lingayen

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 39223 troops, 239 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 756

Defending force 7354 troops, 47 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 164

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


Japanese ground losses:
154 casualties reported
Guns lost 5

Allied ground losses:
107 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Legaspi

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 57879 troops, 470 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1470

Defending force 1603 troops, 5 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 21



Allied ground losses:
25 casualties reported


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Ground combat at Lingayen

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 7213 troops, 43 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 155

Defending force 38942 troops, 233 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 744


Japanese ground losses:
12 casualties reported


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Ground combat at Lamon Bay

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 1747 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 13

Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 0

Japanese assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 0)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Lamon Bay base !!!


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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/07/22

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TF 9 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
119 casualties reported

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TF 14 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
796 casualties reported

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TF 30 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
71 casualties reported

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TF 45 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
305 casualties reported

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Sub attack at 43,49

Japanese Ships
DD Hayate

Allied Ships
SS S-8

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Night Time Surface Combat, near Legaspi at 44,55

Japanese Ships
CL Tenryu
CL Tatsuta, Shell hits 8
DD Kaba
DD Matsu, Shell hits 1
DD Kashiwa
DD Katsura
AP Hakusan Maru
AP Hakusika Maru
AP Hakutetsu Maru #13
AP Hakuyo Maru
AK Hamburg Maru
AP Hanakawa Maru
AK Hankow Maru
AP Haruna Maru
AP Hasuna Maru
AK Havre Maru
AP Hawaii Maru
AP Hayo Maru
AP Heian Maru
AP Heiku Maru
AK Heimei Maru
AP Heito Maru
AP Heiwa Maru
AP Heiyo Maru
AP Hie Maru
AP Higashiyama Maru
AP Hikade Maru
AP Hikawa Maru
AP Kaedesan Maru

Allied Ships
DD Waters, Shell hits 3, on fire
DD Smith Thompson, Shell hits 4, on fire
DD Zane
DD Pruitt, Shell hits 15, Torpedo hits 1, and is sunk

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Naval bombardment of Lingayen, at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Ayanami
DD Isonami
DD Urunami
DD Kikuzuki
DD Hayate
DD Minazuki
DD Uzuki
BB Settsu
BB Yamashiro
BB Fuso
BB Hyuga
BB Ise


Allied ground losses:
389 casualties reported
Guns lost 8

Airbase hits 2
Airbase supply hits 1
Runway hits 4
Port hits 1
Port fuel hits 5
Port supply hits 6

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ASW attack near Laoag at 45,49

Allied Ships
SS S-17

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TF 5 troops unloading over beach at Naga, 44,54


Japanese ground losses:
1811 casualties reported

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TF 5 troops unloading over beach at Naga, 44,54


Japanese ground losses:
836 casualties reported

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TF 9 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
102 casualties reported

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TF 14 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
168 casualties reported

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TF 30 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
79 casualties reported

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TF 45 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
79 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
AK Akagi Maru, Torpedo hits 2, on fire (she later sank)
AP Africa Maru
DD Wakaba

Allied Ships
SS S-2

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Sub attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Yanagi
DD Hinoki
DD Momo

Allied Ships
SS S-15

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Day Time Surface Combat, near Naga at 44,54

Japanese Ships
BB Nagato
BB Mutsu
CL Chitose
CL Tone
CL Niitaka
CL Tsushima
CL Tsugaru
CL Nagara
DD Umikaze
DD Yamakaze
DD Kiku
DD Aoi

Allied Ships
CA Huron
CA Rochester, Shell hits 1
CL New Orleans
CL Albany
DD Rathburne
DD Southard
DD Hovey
DD Long
DD Broome

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Day Time Surface Combat, near Naga at 44,54

Japanese Ships
BB Nagato
BB Mutsu
CL Chitose
CL Tone
CL Niitaka
CL Tsushima
CL Tsugaru
CL Nagara
DD Umikaze
DD Yamakaze
DD Kiku
DD Aoi

Allied Ships
DD Dorsey, Shell hits 15, and is sunk

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Day Time Surface Combat, near Legaspi at 44,55

Japanese Ships
BB Asahi
BB Fuji
BB Okinoshima
DD Tanikaze
DD Akikaze
DD Shiokaze
DD Yukaze
DD Hokaze
DD Tachikaze
AP Jinshu Maru
AP Josho Maru
AP Tamaki Maru
AP Tamashima Maru
AK Tamon Maru
AP Tanba Maru
AP Tango Maru
AP Tarushima Maru
AP Tasmania Maru
AP Tateyama Maru
AP Tatibana Maru
AP Tatsuho Maru
AP Tatsujin Maru
AP Tatsuta Maru
AP Tatsuwa Maru
AP Turusima Maru
AP Tutukami Maru
AP Tatuha Maru
AP Tatuharu Maru
AP Tatuho Maru
AP Tatumiya Maru
AK Tatuno Maru
AP Teia Maru
AP Teikei Maru
AP Teiryu Maru
AP Teiun Maru
AP Teiyo Maru
AP Teizui Maru
AP Tempei Maru
AK Zuiko Maru
AP Zukai Maru
AP Zyuyo Maru
AK Shigure Maru
AP Fukusei Maru
AK Eizan Maru
AK Shinyo Maru #5
AK Fumishima Maru
AK Taki Maru
AK Fukushu Maru
AK Shunsei Maru
AK Taijun Maru
AK Ryujin Maru
AK Uzan Maru
AK Toyohara Maru
AK Tatsufuku Maru
AK Tairyu Maru
AK Hiyama Maru
AP Palao Maru
AK Showa Maru
AK Kaimei Maru
AK Teibo Maru

Allied Ships
PG Jolo, Shell hits 4, and is sunk
PG Cebu, Shell hits 4, and is sunk

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Day Time Surface Combat at 42,52

Japanese Ships
BC Kongo
BC Hiei
BC Kirishima
BC Haruna
CL Kitakami
CL Oi
DD Nokaze
DD Ashi
DD Tsuta
DD Warabi
DD Hasu
DD Hishi

Allied Ships
DD Waters, Shell hits 2, and is sunk

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Day Time Surface Combat, near Naga at 44,54

Japanese Ships
BB Nagato, Shell hits 5
BB Mutsu, Shell hits 1
CL Chitose, Shell hits 1
CL Tone, Shell hits 4
CL Niitaka
CL Tsushima, Shell hits 2
CL Tsugaru
CL Nagara, Shell hits 1
DD Umikaze, Shell hits 5, on fire
DD Yamakaze
DD Kiku
DD Aoi, Shell hits 1, on fire

Allied Ships
CA Huron, Shell hits 8
CA Rochester, Shell hits 12, on fire, heavy damage
CL New Orleans, Shell hits 9, on fire
CL Albany, Shell hits 8
DD Rathburne, Shell hits 1, on fire, heavy damage
DD Southard
DD Hovey, Shell hits 1
DD Long
DD Broome, Shell hits 4, on fire


Gallant USS Rochester, CA-2, sank immediately following this action. The cruiser was commissioned in 1893 as the USS New York, and saw action in the Spanish-American War under that name, and as the USS Saratoga during World War I. Her name was finally changed to Rochester in late 1917, and it was that name she carried to her watery grave.

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Ground combat at Lingayen

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 35760 troops, 238 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 749

Defending force 6708 troops, 34 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 146



Allied ground losses:
62 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Legaspi

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 64195 troops, 553 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1495

Defending force 1573 troops, 5 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 20



Allied ground losses:
42 casualties reported
Guns lost 4


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Ground combat at Lingayen

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 6624 troops, 31 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 140

Defending force 39160 troops, 238 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 749


Japanese ground losses:
5 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/08/22

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TF 5 troops unloading over beach at Naga, 44,54


Japanese ground losses:
202 casualties reported

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TF 9 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
71 casualties reported

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TF 14 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
95 casualties reported

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Allied Ships
SS S-2

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Night Time Surface Combat at 42,52

Japanese Ships
BC Kongo
BC Hiei
BC Kirishima
BC Haruna, Shell hits 1
CL Kitakami
CL Oi
DD Nokaze
DD Ashi
DD Tsuta
DD Warabi
DD Hasu
DD Hishi

Allied Ships
DM Hart, Shell hits 33, Torpedo hits 2, and is sunk

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TF 5 troops unloading over beach at Naga, 44,54


Japanese ground losses:
48 casualties reported

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TF 9 troops unloading over beach at Legaspi, 44,55


Japanese ground losses:
33 casualties reported

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TF 46 troops unloading over beach at Naga, 44,54


Japanese ground losses:
40 casualties reported

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Sub attack at 48,46

Japanese Ships
AP Maya Maru, heavy damage

Allied Ships
SS S-3

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
BB Settsu
BB Fuso

Allied Ships
SS S-2


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Ground combat at Lingayen

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 35892 troops, 241 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 754

Defending force 6713 troops, 36 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 141



Allied ground losses:
69 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Legaspi

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 68016 troops, 590 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1503

Defending force 1552 troops, 3 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 20



Allied ground losses:
61 casualties reported
Guns lost 1


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Ground combat at Lingayen

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 6615 troops, 33 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 135

Defending force 39346 troops, 241 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 754


Japanese ground losses:
17 casualties reported


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RE: IJA seizes ports in Luzon, the Asiatic Fleet is bat... - 7/13/2010 9:28:10 AM   
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Connfire Good to see another AAR I wish you luck in your epic struggle

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RE: IJA seizes ports in Luzon, the Asiatic Fleet is bat... - 7/13/2010 11:49:07 AM   
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Yip great to see another AAR starting up just goes to show that there is life in War Plan Orange after all,not that Matrix bothers ,I have not seen a post from them on this forum in ages.

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RE: IJA seizes ports in Luzon, the Asiatic Fleet is bat... - 7/13/2010 1:56:20 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Aces8

Connfire Good to see another AAR I wish you luck in your epic struggle


Thanks - I'm going to need it!

quote:

ORIGINAL: hellfirejet

Yip great to see another AAR starting up just goes to show that there is life in War Plan Orange after all,not that Matrix bothers ,I have not seen a post from them on this forum in ages.


It would be nice if they popped in from time to time. I know this game is far from being the newest or most played in their inventory anymore. But it is the only computer game in this particular genre out there, is still offered for sale on the Matrix website, and definately has a loyal following, complete with awesome new fan mods. Cheers!

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Lingayen, Legaspi, & Naga fall - 7/13/2010 11:11:29 PM   
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Lingayen, Legaspi, & Naga fall

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/09/22


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TF 5 troops unloading over beach at Naga, 44,54


Japanese ground losses:
23 casualties reported

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Sub attack at 48,48

Japanese Ships
AK Yamahuzi Maru, Torpedo hits 1

Allied Ships
SS S-6

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Naval bombardment of Lingayen, at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Ayanami
DD Isonami
DD Urunami
DD Kikuzuki
DD Hayate
DD Minazuki
DD Uzuki
BB Settsu
BB Yamashiro
BB Fuso
BB Hyuga
BB Ise


Allied ground losses:
41 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Airbase hits 2
Runway hits 8
Port fuel hits 4
Port supply hits 3

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TF 5 troops unloading over beach at Naga, 44,54


Japanese ground losses:
18 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Laoag at 45,49

Japanese Ships
CA Aso
DD Yanagi
DD Hinoki
DD Momo
CA Adzuma

Allied Ships
SS S-17

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
AK Kamogawa Maru
DD Shirayuki
DD Nashi
DD Nire
DD Shimakaze
DD Nadakaze
DD Yakaze
BB Mikasa

Allied Ships
SS S-8

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Sub attack at 48,47

Japanese Ships
AK Shino Maru, Torpedo hits 1, on fire

Allied Ships
SS S-4

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
AP Nanrei Maru
CL Tama

Allied Ships
SS S-8

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Sub attack at 47,48

Japanese Ships
AK Nitiyu Maru, Torpedo hits 2, on fire, heavy damage (she later sank)

Allied Ships
SS S-7


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Ground combat at Lingayen

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 39648 troops, 242 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 796

Defending force 6502 troops, 31 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 132

Japanese assault odds: 14 to 1 (fort level 0)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Lingayen base !!!


Japanese ground losses:
99 casualties reported
Guns lost 11

Allied ground losses:
189 casualties reported
Guns lost 3


Defeated Allied Units Retreating!

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Ground combat at Legaspi

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 92568 troops, 791 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1515

Defending force 1491 troops, 2 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 19

Japanese assault odds: 1806 to 1 (fort level 2)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Legaspi base !!!


Japanese ground losses:
14 casualties reported

Allied ground losses:
2983 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Naga

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 12494 troops, 58 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 261

Defending force 1622 troops, 3 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 20

Japanese assault odds: 2 to 1 (fort level 3)

Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 2


Japanese ground losses:
68 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
9 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/10/22

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TF 5 troops unloading over beach at Naga, 44,54


Japanese ground losses:
41 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Laoag at 45,49

Japanese Ships
DD Momo
DD Yanagi

Allied Ships
SS S-17, hits 1

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TF 5 troops unloading over beach at Naga, 44,54


Japanese ground losses:
20 casualties reported

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ASW attack at 48,46

Japanese Ships
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Umi
DD Kusunoki
DD Kiri

Allied Ships
SS S-3


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Ground combat at Naga

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 12343 troops, 64 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 248

Defending force 1610 troops, 1 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 19

Japanese assault odds: 12 to 1 (fort level 2)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Naga base !!!


Japanese ground losses:
14 casualties reported

Allied ground losses:
31 casualties reported


Defeated Allied Units Retreating!
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/11/22

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Sub attack at 48,46

Japanese Ships
AP Ayo Maru, Shell hits 5, on fire

Allied Ships
SS S-3

THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY REGRETS TO ANNOUNCE LOSS OF USS RATHBURNE DD-113 SOMEWHERE IN THE PACIFIC EARLIER TODAY. THE DESTROYER WAS BADLY DAMAGED IN THE ACTION OFF NAGA FOUR DAYS AGO.

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Aircraft and Mines Make Their Debut - 7/14/2010 10:52:33 PM   
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Aircraft and Mines Make Their Debut

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/12/22


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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/13/22

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Sub attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
AP Kasuga Maru
DD Isonami
DD Nashi

Allied Ships
SS S-15, hits 1

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ASW attack at 43,49

Japanese Ships
DD Yanagi
DD Hinoki
DD Momo

Allied Ships
SS S-2

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/14/22

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ASW attack at 47,48

Japanese Ships
AK Toyohasi Maru
DD Kawakaze
DD Hamakaze
DD Tokitsukaze
DD Isokaze
DD Amatsukaze
BB Mishima

Allied Ships
SS S-2

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Sub attack near Bataan at 42,51

Japanese Ships
SS No. 17

Allied Ships
PG Tulsa

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TF 67 encounters mine field at 45,52 (This location is the small, unnamed island E of Lamon Bay. In real life it is called Polillo Island).
Japanese Ships
AK Tazima Maru, Mine hits 1

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ASW attack at 48,46

Japanese Ships
DD Kawakaze
DD Hamakaze
DD Tokitsukaze
DD Isokaze
DD Amatsukaze

Allied Ships
SS S-3

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Sub attack near Bataan at 42,51

Japanese Ships
SS No. 17

Allied Ships
PG Romblon, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage (she sank)

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Umi
DD Kusunoki
DD Kiri

Allied Ships
SS S-14


S-7 became the first ship on either side to be attacked by aircraft, when a C1M1 dropped bombs or depth charges near her NE of Aparri. They missed the submarine. The plane was believed to be from Aparri.

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San Marcelino falls; The war reaches Hawaii - 7/16/2010 3:06:12 AM   
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San Marcelino falls; The war reaches Hawaii

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/15/22


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Sub attack at 48,46

Japanese Ships
BB Okinoshima
DD Hokaze
DD Shiokaze

Allied Ships
SS S-9, hits 1

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Sub attack at 48,48

Japanese Ships
AK Awata Maru, Shell hits 8

Allied Ships
SS S-6

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ASW attack at 42,49

Japanese Ships
DD Hishi
DD Hasu
DD Warabi
DD Tsuta
DD Ashi
DD Nokaze

Allied Ships
SS S-7

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Umi
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Kusunoki

Allied Ships
SS S-14


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Ground combat at San Marcelino

Japanese Shock attack

Attacking force 36265 troops, 255 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 813

Defending force 3604 troops, 20 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 80

Japanese assault odds: 2 to 1 (fort level 3)

Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 1


Japanese ground losses:
732 casualties reported
Guns lost 19

Allied ground losses:
178 casualties reported
Guns lost 3

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/16/22


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Sub attack near Pearl Harbor at 112,68

Japanese Ships
SS No. 45

Allied Ships
DD Tatnall
DD Ramsay
DD Radford
DD Lamberton
DD Lea
DD Talbot
DD Chew
DD Mugford
BB Oklahoma

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Kusunoki
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Umi
DD Kiri

Allied Ships
SS S-14

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ASW attack near Pearl Harbor at 112,68

Japanese Ships
SS No. 45

Allied Ships
DD Tatnall
DD Ramsay
DD Radford
DD Lamberton
DD Lea
DD Talbot
DD Chew
DD Mugford

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Umi
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki

Allied Ships
SS S-14

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Sub attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Nadakaze
DD Nire
DD Nashi
DD Shimakaze
DD Yakaze

Allied Ships
SS S-15


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Ground combat at San Marcelino

Japanese Shock attack

Attacking force 39193 troops, 252 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 853

Defending force 3358 troops, 14 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 68

Japanese assault odds: 22 to 1 (fort level 1)

Japanese forces CAPTURE San Marcelino base !!!


Japanese ground losses:
268 casualties reported
Guns lost 5

Allied ground losses:
89 casualties reported
Guns lost 5


Defeated Allied Units Retreating!

I really can't complain here. With all of the defeats and retreats in the Phillipines, it was nice to see one unit, the 26th Filipino Scout Cavalry Regiment, dig in and delay the takeover of San Marcelino even for a little while.
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/17/22

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Umi
DD Kusunoki
DD Kiri

Allied Ships
SS S-14

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ASW attack at 45,48

Japanese Ships
BB Yamashiro

Allied Ships
SS S-17

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Susuki
DD Hagi
DD Take

Allied Ships
SS S-14, hits 1

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Sub attack near Pearl Harbor at 112,68

Japanese Ships
SS No. 45

Allied Ships
DD Lamberton
DD Tatnall
DD Ramsay
DD Radford
DD Lea
DD Talbot
DD Chew
DD Mugford

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Umi
DD Kusunoki
DD Kiri

Allied Ships
SS S-14



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RE: San Marcelino falls; The war reaches Hawaii - 7/16/2010 9:12:44 AM   
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Hopefully the scouts can hold the line

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RE: San Marcelino falls; The war reaches Hawaii - 7/16/2010 2:48:22 PM   
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The scout cavalry definately earned their pay in San Marcelino. But options get more limited with each port that gets captured. He can now safely land reinforcements from Formosa, which is a lot closer then any other troops of consequence I may have. And there's a lot of IJA ground units in Luzon right now. All my troops really can do is dig in - for now.

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Manila shelled, some naval activity - 7/16/2010 6:21:23 PM   
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/18/22

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ASW attack at 47,46

Japanese Ships
CA Iwate

Allied Ships
SS S-2

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ASW attack at 47,46

Allied Ships
SS S-2

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Sub attack near Molokai at 113,68

Japanese Ships
SS No. 62

Allied Ships
MSW Pelican, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage (she sank - first casualty outside the of the Phillipines)
MSW Pigeon
MSW Sanderling
MSW Whippoorwill
MSW Penguin
MSW Tern

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ASW attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Nashi
DD Nire
DD Shimakaze
DD Nadakaze
DD Yakaze

Allied Ships
SS S-17, hits 2

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Kuri, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage
DD Sumire
DD Susuki
DD Hagi
DD Kagero
DD Tsuga
DD Kaki
DD Take
DD Tachikaze
DD Yukaze
DD Akikaze
DD Tanikaze

Allied Ships
SS S-16, hits 1

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ASW attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Nashi

Allied Ships
SS S-17, hits 2

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Day Time Surface Combat at 42,62

Japanese Ships
ML Ninoshima Maru
ML Yenoshima Maru, Shell hits 2
ML Yento Maru, Shell hits 3, on fire
ML Katashima Maru, Shell hits 7, on fire, heavy damage
ML Kurokami Maru
ML Kuroshima Maru, Shell hits 5, on fire
ML Toshima Maru
ML Sokuten Maru

Allied Ships
CL New Orleans, heavy damage

Considering the New Orleans is practically a wreck right now, that was... unexpected


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 85517 troops, 796 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1739

Defending force 19002 troops, 130 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 209


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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/19/22

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Sub attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Nadakaze
DD Nashi
DD Nire
DD Shimakaze
DD Yakaze

Allied Ships
SS S-17

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ASW attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Nashi
DD Nire
DD Shimakaze
DD Nadakaze
DD Yakaze

Allied Ships
SS S-17

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Umi
DD Kusunoki
DD Kiri

Allied Ships
SS S-16

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Sub attack near Molokai at 113,68

Japanese Ships
SS No. 62

Allied Ships
MSW Tern
MSW Pigeon
MSW Sanderling
MSW Whippoorwill
MSW Penguin

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Kuri, on fire, heavy damage

Allied Ships
SS S-7

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Hinoki
DD Momo
DD Hishi
DD Warabi
DD Tsuta
DD Momi
DD Maki
DD Hokaze
DD Shiokaze
DD Isokaze

Allied Ships
SS S-7


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 85711 troops, 798 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1750

Defending force 19067 troops, 131 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 211



Allied ground losses:
3 casualties reported

The USS William B. Preston, DD-334, quietly foundered several hundred miles west of the Phillipines. The hard-luck destroyer was beat up in the 6/3 Battle of Lingayen Gulf, then while limping back to Manila was torpedoed by the French-made SS No. 15 the following day. She made it back to Manila, but with the situation in that area deteriorating, with 4 Kongo-class BCs spotted W of Manila Bay and enemy troops closing in, she left port (I hate losing ships to LCUs). More by luck then by skill, she somehow evaded the blockade around the Phillipines, but with no hope of reaching a US port and her floatation damage steadilly increasing, she sailed off into eternity. Her distress calls were heard by the Royal Navy, who sent a rescue ship for her crew. The survivors now comfortably interred in Singapore for the remainder of the war, in accordance with Part X, Article 15 of the 1907 Hague Convention.

One of these days, I'm going to do an AAR based on the notes I took of my now-completed first and only grand campaign against the AI - you'll see why I grew to hate when LCUs destroy ships in port, and why I actually wanted to look up the Hague Convention.


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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/20/22

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Umi
DD Kusunoki
DD Kiri

Allied Ships
SS S-7

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sumire
DD Susuki
DD Hagi
DD Kagero
DD Tsuga
DD Kaki
DD Take
DD Tachikaze
DD Yukaze
DD Akikaze
DD Tanikaze

Allied Ships
SS S-7

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Sub attack at 47,48

Japanese Ships
DD Tsubaki
DD Kuwa
DD Nara
DD Enoki
DD Hakaze
DD Okikaze
DD Sawakaze
DD Minekaze

Allied Ships
SS S-3

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Umi
DD Kusunoki
DD Kiri

Allied Ships
SS S-7

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Hinoki
DD Momo
DD Hishi
DD Warabi
DD Tsuta
DD Momi
DD Maki
DD Hokaze
DD Shiokaze
DD Isokaze

Allied Ships
SS S-7, hits 3

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sumire
DD Susuki
DD Hagi
DD Kagero
DD Tsuga
DD Kaki
DD Take
DD Tachikaze
DD Yukaze
DD Akikaze
DD Tanikaze

Allied Ships
SS S-7, hits 1

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Sub attack near Molokai at 113,68

Japanese Ships
SS No. 62

Allied Ships
MSW Sanderling
MSW Pigeon
MSW Whippoorwill
MSW Penguin
MSW Tern

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Kagero
DD Sumire
DD Susuki
DD Hagi
DD Tsuga
DD Kaki
DD Take
DD Tachikaze
DD Yukaze
DD Akikaze
DD Tanikaze

Allied Ships
SS S-7

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sugi

Allied Ships
SS S-7


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 86110 troops, 801 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1762

Defending force 19266 troops, 131 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 213



Allied ground losses:
33 casualties reported

The AP Maya Maru was reported sunk today, presumably from the 6/4 combat with US and Filipino PGs off San Marcelino.

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USS New Orleans lost - 7/17/2010 4:32:04 PM   
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More USN losses; Lines holding for now

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/21/22

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Sub attack at 48,47

Japanese Ships
BB Fuji

Allied Ships
SS S-4

(sigh) One of these days one of my subs might accidently hit one of those things.
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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 90221 troops, 814 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1780

Defending force 19336 troops, 131 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 213

Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 0

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


Japanese ground losses:
1993 casualties reported
Guns lost 73

Allied ground losses:
375 casualties reported
Guns lost 7

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/22/22

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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Isokaze
DD Hinoki
DD Momo
DD Sumire
DD Hishi
DD Warabi

Allied Ships
SS S-15

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Sub attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Nadakaze
DD Nashi
DD Nire
DD Shimakaze
DD Yakaze

Allied Ships
SS S-14


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 2418 troops, 81 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1667

Defending force 18859 troops, 128 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 205



Allied ground losses:
2 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/23/22

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Night Time Surface Combat, near Davao at 41,61

Japanese Ships
BB Okinoshima
BB Suwo, Shell hits 1

Allied Ships
CL New Orleans, Shell hits 3, heavy damage (she sank after this action)

The loss of the USS New Orleans may have been avoided had I not forgot to set her home port for Davao and auto-disband once she got there. She may have eventually foundered or been sunk by the IJN anyway, but it didn't help matters when I started the turn thinking she was safely disbanded in port, only to find her 3-4 hexes away with her floatation damage rising. Since the 2 old BBs she encountered did nothing more then sink her outside the port, I can only assume they were sent with that specific task in mind - the 6/18 battle against the MLs off Davao having tipped him off that she and possibly the rest of the Asiatic Squadron were in the area. Still, if she had to go I'd rather she went down fighting, even if it was against overwhelming odds.


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Sub attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Susuki
DD Hinoki
DD Momo
DD Sumire
DD Hishi

Allied Ships
SS S-15

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ASW attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Yanagi
DD Hasu
DD Ashi
DD Kaya
DD Keyaki
DD Nokaze
DD Kawakaze
DD Hamakaze
DD Tokitsukaze
DD Amatsukaze

Allied Ships
SS S-14

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ASW attack near Molokai at 113,68

Japanese Ships
SS U-46 (O2)

Allied Ships
MSW Pigeon
MSW Sanderling
MSW Whippoorwill
MSW Penguin
MSW Tern

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ASW attack near Lingayen at 44,50

Japanese Ships
DD Sugi
DD Sakaki
DD Umi
DD Kusunoki
DD Kiri
DD Tsuga
DD Kaki
DD Tachikaze
DD Yukaze
DD Akikaze

Allied Ships
SS S-15, hits 2, on fire, heavy damage (she sank after this action, becoming the first submarine loss on either side)

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Sub attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Tokitsukaze
DD Yanagi
DD Hasu
DD Ashi
DD Kaya
DD Keyaki
DD Nokaze
DD Kawakaze
DD Hamakaze

Allied Ships
SS S-14, hits 1

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Sub attack near Vigan at 44,49

Japanese Ships
DD Yakaze
DD Nashi
DD Nire
DD Shimakaze
DD Nadakaze

Allied Ships
SS S-14

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Sub attack near Molokai at 113,68

Japanese Ships
SS U-46 (O2)

Allied Ships
MSW Whippoorwill
MSW Pigeon
MSW Sanderling
MSW Penguin
MSW Tern


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 2398 troops, 81 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1681

Defending force 19075 troops, 128 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 207



Allied ground losses:
5 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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RE: USS New Orleans lost - 7/17/2010 4:49:15 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Connfire
Since the 2 old BBs she encountered did nothing more then sink her outside the port, I can only assume they were sent with that specific task in mind - the 6/18 battle against the MLs off Davao having tipped him off that she and possibly the rest of the Asiatic Squadron were in the area.


Uh-huh :)

There were 3 hunting groups, east, west, and south... :)

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RE: USS New Orleans lost - 7/17/2010 7:30:39 PM   
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I had a feeling you'd be sending a welcoming committee to Davao for her. But I really didn't think she'd make it to any other port where she could disband, so it became a race. BB Okinoshima and BB Suwo won.

Congratulations on your 1500th post, by the way.

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Sub Warfare throughout the Pacific - 7/17/2010 8:21:55 PM   
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Sub Warfare throughout the Pacific

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/24/22

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ASW attack at 109,61

Japanese Ships
SS U-55 (O3)

Allied Ships
DD McCormick

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Sub attack near Molokai at 113,68

Japanese Ships
SS U-46 (O2)

Allied Ships
CA Brooklyn
DD Shubrick
DD Schley

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Sub attack at 98,61

Japanese Ships
SS No. 26

Allied Ships
TK Montebello

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ASW attack near Molokai at 113,68

Japanese Ships
SS U-46 (O2), hits 1

Allied Ships
MSW Pigeon
MSW Sanderling
MSW Whippoorwill
MSW Penguin


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 85266 troops, 743 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1700

Defending force 19352 troops, 130 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 211



Allied ground losses:
76 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/25/22

S-9 sank from damage received ten days earlier, near Takao. She was trying to return to port

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Sub attack near Molokai at 113,68

Japanese Ships
SS U-46 (O2)

Allied Ships
MSW Penguin
MSW Pigeon
MSW Sanderling
MSW Whippoorwill
MSW Tern

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TF 157 troops unloading over beach at Guiuan, 45,58


Japanese ground losses:
304 casualties reported


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 85382 troops, 753 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1709

Defending force 19432 troops, 131 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 209


Japanese ground losses:
8 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Allied ground losses:
94 casualties reported
Guns lost 3

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/26/22

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ASW attack at 47,48

Japanese Ships
DD Kuwa
DD Tsubaki
DD Nara
DD Enoki
DD Hakaze
DD Okikaze
DD Sawakaze

Allied Ships
SS S-6

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ASW attack near Molokai at 113,68

Japanese Ships
SS U-46 (O2)

Allied Ships
MSW Pigeon
MSW Sanderling
MSW Whippoorwill
MSW Penguin
MSW Tern

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Sub attack at 79,56

Japanese Ships
AP Tenzan Maru, Shell hits 6

Allied Ships
SS S-33

Japanese ground losses:
44 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Wait a minute, what's this?...a loaded transport 7 hexes directly NW of Wake, heading SE...(gasp) he's obviously heading for the Fiji Islands!
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Sub attack at 48,48

Japanese Ships
AK Toei Maru, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage

Allied Ships
SS S-3

Japanese ground losses:
47 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 85907 troops, 755 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1726

Defending force 19425 troops, 130 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 209


Japanese ground losses:
2 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
102 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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Pearl Harbor mined; Guiuan & Wake fall, Guam invaded - 7/19/2010 5:16:04 AM   
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Pearl Harbor Mined, Guiuan and Wake fall, Guam invaded

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/27/22

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TF 1059 encounters mine field at Pearl Harbor (112,68)

Allied Ships
AK Castor, Mine hits 1

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ASW attack at 42,52

Allied Ships
SS S-16

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ASW attack at 98,61

Japanese Ships
SS No. 26

Allied Ships
DD McCormick


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 56815 troops, 371 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2055

Defending force 16701 troops, 140 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 301


Japanese ground losses:
32 casualties reported
Guns lost 6

Allied ground losses:
23 casualties reported


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 86484 troops, 765 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1736

Defending force 19474 troops, 129 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 207


Japanese ground losses:
5 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
54 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Guiuan

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 1202 troops, 5 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 35

Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 0

Japanese assault odds: 18 to 1 (fort level 0)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Guiuan base !!!


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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/28/22


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Night Time Surface Combat, near Wake Island at 82,63

Japanese Ships
BB Nagato
BB Mutsu
CL Nagara
CL Isuzu, Shell hits 1

Allied Ships
DM Stribling
DM Ludlow
DM Burns, Shell hits 1
DM Anthony

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Sub attack near Wake Island at 82,63

Japanese Ships
AP Uji Maru, Shell hits 2

Allied Ships
SS R-25

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Day Time Surface Combat, near Wake Island at 82,63

Japanese Ships
BB Nagato, Shell hits 2
BB Mutsu
CL Nagara, Shell hits 2
CL Isuzu

Allied Ships
DM Stribling, Shell hits 2, on fire
DM Ludlow, Shell hits 7, on fire, heavy damage (she sank 3 days later)
DM Burns, Shell hits 4
DM Anthony, Shell hits 6, on fire, heavy damage (she sank 4 days later)

The idea was to mine Wake Island before the Japanese invasion fleet got there. They were already en route before the fleet was spotted, but the MLs still weren't fast enough.


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TF 150 troops unloading over beach at Wake Island, 82,63


Japanese ground losses:
1207 casualties reported


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 56663 troops, 357 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2123

Defending force 16771 troops, 141 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 301



Allied ground losses:
32 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 85486 troops, 782 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1743

Defending force 19601 troops, 128 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 207



Allied ground losses:
55 casualties reported
Guns lost 1


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Ground combat at Wake Island

Japanese Shock attack

Attacking force 5224 troops, 40 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 235

Defending force 2204 troops, 8 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 28

Japanese assault odds: 4 to 1 (fort level 1)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Wake Island base !!!


Japanese ground losses:
180 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Allied ground losses:
3484 casualties reported
Guns lost 5

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/29/22

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Night Time Surface Combat at 75,68

Japanese Ships
AP Shofuku Maru, Shell hits 16, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage

Allied Ships
CA Huron
CL Albany
DD Southard
DD Hovey
DD Long
DD Broome

The Asiatic Squadron has been found!
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Coastal Guns at Guam, 62,66, firing at TF 77
TF 77 troops unloading over beach at Guam, 62,66


182 Coastal gun shots fired in defense.
Japanese Ships
AP Ryoyu Maru #21, Shell hits 1, on fire
AP Otake Maru, Shell hits 2, on fire, heavy damage
AP Kenshin Maru, Shell hits 3
AP Hokutatsu Maru, Shell hits 1, on fire
AP Hokuhi Maru, Shell hits 1, on fire

Japanese ground losses:
1919 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

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Coastal Guns at Guam, 62,66, firing at TF 77
TF 77 troops unloading over beach at Guam, 62,66


173 Coastal gun shots fired in defense.
Japanese Ships
AP Kidokawa Maru, Shell hits 3
AP Keizan Maru, Shell hits 2
AP Hokumyo Maru, Shell hits 2, on fire
AP Hokusho Maru, Shell hits 2, on fire

Japanese ground losses:
1549 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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Day Air attack on TF, near Guam at 62,66


Allied aircraft
Vought VE-7SF x 6


No Allied losses

Japanese Ships
AP Hokumyo Maru, on fire
AP Hotsukawa Maru

Aircraft Attacking:
2 x Vought VE-7SF bombing at 2000 feet
4 x Vought VE-7SF bombing at 2000 feet

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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 56817 troops, 360 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2429

Defending force 16887 troops, 143 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 303



Allied ground losses:
66 casualties reported
Guns lost 1


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 85831 troops, 793 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1752

Defending force 19750 troops, 129 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 207



Allied ground losses:
69 casualties reported

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BB Yamishiro torpedoed; Guam falls - 7/19/2010 5:06:47 PM   
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BB Yamishiro torpedoed; Guam falls

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 06/30/22


The night begins with AP Toei Maru sinking off Laoag, after being torpedoed by S-3 on 6/26.
A few hours later USS Anthony, DM-10, sank from the 6/28 encounter off Wake with BBs Nagato & Mutsu, and 2 CLs.


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Coastal Guns at Guam, 62,66, firing at TF 77
TF 77 troops unloading over beach at Guam, 62,66


84 Coastal gun shots fired in defense.
Japanese ground losses:
176 casualties reported

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TF 1036 encounters mine field at Pearl Harbor (112,68)

Allied Ships
MSW Thrush
MSW Eider
MSW Turkey
MSW Oriole
MSW Tanager
MSW Lapwing

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TF 1036 encounters mine field at Pearl Harbor (112,68)

Allied Ships
MSW Thrush
MSW Eider
MSW Turkey
MSW Oriole
MSW Tanager
MSW Lapwing

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Sub attack near Wake Island at 82,63

Japanese Ships
BB Nagato
BB Mutsu

Allied Ships
SS R-21

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Sub attack at 98,61

Japanese Ships
SS No. 26

Allied Ships
DD Badger
DD Swasey
DD McDermut
DD Welles
DD Babbitt

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Day Air attack on 10th Division, at 62,66


Allied aircraft
Vought VE-7SF x 6


No Allied losses

Aircraft Attacking:
6 x Vought VE-7SF bombing at 2000 feet
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Sub attack at 48,48

Japanese Ships
AK Hiyori Maru, Shell hits 6, on fire, heavy damage

Allied Ships
SS S-3

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ASW attack at 98,61

Japanese Ships
SS No. 26, hits 1, on fire

Allied Ships
DD Swasey
DD McDermut
DD Welles
DD Babbitt

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Sub attack near Puerto Princesa at 38,55

Japanese Ships
BB Yamashiro, Torpedo hits 1

Allied Ships
SS S-14

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ASW attack at 98,61

Japanese Ships
SS No. 26, hits 1

Allied Ships
DD Swasey
DD McDermut
DD Welles
DD Babbitt


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 112042 troops, 794 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2447

Defending force 16963 troops, 143 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 304



Allied ground losses:
140 casualties reported
Guns lost 7


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 87521 troops, 800 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1765

Defending force 19881 troops, 130 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 209



Allied ground losses:
49 casualties reported


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Ground combat at Guam

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 13649 troops, 79 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 293

Defending force 2378 troops, 14 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 30

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

Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 0


Japanese ground losses:
42 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
8 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/01/22

USS Anthony, DM-12, sank in the early morning hours from from the 6/28 encounter off Wake with BB Nagato & Mutsu, and 2 CLs.

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TF 1036 encounters mine field at Pearl Harbor (112,68)

Allied Ships
MSW Thrush
MSW Eider
MSW Turkey
MSW Oriole
MSW Tanager
MSW Lapwing

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Day Air attack on 10th Division, at 62,66


Allied aircraft
Vought VE-7SF x 6


Allied aircraft losses
Vought VE-7SF: 1 destroyed, 1 damaged

Aircraft Attacking:
5 x Vought VE-7SF bombing at 2000 feet

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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 112374 troops, 804 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2456

Defending force 16919 troops, 139 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 300



Allied ground losses:
76 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 88547 troops, 832 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1781

Defending force 19907 troops, 132 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 212



Allied ground losses:
140 casualties reported
Guns lost 1


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Ground combat at Guam

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 13621 troops, 79 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 289

Defending force 2377 troops, 13 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 30

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

Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 0


Japanese ground losses:
71 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
44 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/02/22

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Day Air attack on 10th Division, at 62,66


Allied aircraft
Vought VE-7SF x 5


No Allied losses

Aircraft Attacking:
5 x Vought VE-7SF bombing at 2000 feet
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Day Air attack on Clark Field , at 43,51

Japanese aircraft
Gloster Sparrowhawk x 8

No Japanese losses


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 112798 troops, 817 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2663

Defending force 17026 troops, 140 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 299


Japanese ground losses:
13 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
109 casualties reported
Guns lost 9


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 90246 troops, 887 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1791

Defending force 19876 troops, 132 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 210


Japanese ground losses:
10 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Allied ground losses:
106 casualties reported
Guns lost 9


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Ground combat at Guam

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 13544 troops, 76 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 286

Defending force 2325 troops, 10 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 28

Japanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 0)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Guam base !!!



Allied aircraft
no flights


Allied aircraft losses
Vought VE-7SF: 3 destroyed

Japanese ground losses:
83 casualties reported
Guns lost 3

Allied ground losses:
3325 casualties reported
Guns lost 9

(sigh). Not unexpected, but still sad to see.

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RE: BB Yamishiro torpedoed; Guam falls - 7/19/2010 5:50:24 PM   
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Well, the war is just over one month old. Either through Rysynok's brilliance, or my incompetence, the Japanese are further along in territorial gains then they were historically on January 9, 1942. Major difference between history and this war, besides the 20-year difference, is I don't have a bunch of sunk or damaged BBs at Pearl Harbor, and the war as of this time only involves the USA vs. Japan.

As of this point I have 4 infantry divisions and 2 infantry brigades - all but 1 division of which are assigned to restricted HQs. That's less LCUs then the Japanese have on Luzon alone. We'll see where this ends up.

If the war ended now, it would clearly be a Japanese victory. But I'm not giving up right now

The score as of 7/3/1922:






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Sub Warfare; Manila & Clark Field under Siege - 7/19/2010 6:11:57 PM   
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Sub Warfare; Manila & Clark Field under Siege

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/03/22

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Sub attack at 49,46

Japanese Ships
AK Tone Maru, Shell hits 4, Torpedo hits 3, on fire, heavy damage (she sank)

Allied Ships
SS S-2

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Sub attack at 48,47

Japanese Ships
AP Taganoura Maru, Torpedo hits 1, on fire (she sank 5 days later)

Allied Ships
SS S-4


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 124893 troops, 959 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2679

Defending force 16964 troops, 135 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 296



Allied ground losses:
57 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 90660 troops, 899 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1798

Defending force 19816 troops, 128 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 209



Allied ground losses:
158 casualties reported
Guns lost 7

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/04/22

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Sub attack at 114,68

Japanese Ships
SS UB-143 (O7)

Allied Ships
DD Boggs
DD Henshaw
DD Moody
DD Meade
DD Greene
DD McLanahan
DD Laub
DD Turner
DD Bulmer
DD Thatcher
DD Hamilton
DD Philip


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 125396 troops, 968 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2884

Defending force 17014 troops, 137 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 293


Japanese ground losses:
6 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
24 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 91004 troops, 903 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2204

Defending force 19735 troops, 128 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 209


Japanese ground losses:
6 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Allied ground losses:
104 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/05/22

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ASW attack at 98,61

Japanese Ships
SS No. 26, hits 1

Allied Ships
DD Morris
DD Bailey
DD Edwards


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 126419 troops, 1010 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2901

Defending force 17105 troops, 134 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 294



Allied ground losses:
58 casualties reported
Guns lost 3


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 91337 troops, 910 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2483

Defending force 19648 troops, 125 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 211


Japanese ground losses:
2 casualties reported

Allied ground losses:
113 casualties reported
Guns lost 5

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Artillery pounds US troops on Luzon, AS Karasaki sunk - 7/20/2010 7:12:27 PM   
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Artillery pounds US troops on Luzon, AS Karasaki sunk

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/06/22


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 138655 troops, 1162 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2912

Defending force 17119 troops, 134 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 293


Japanese ground losses:
10 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Allied ground losses:
144 casualties reported
Guns lost 5


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 122953 troops, 1182 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 2502

Defending force 19652 troops, 122 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 208


Japanese ground losses:
7 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
261 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Manila

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 8835 troops, 99 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 202

Defending force 134093 troops, 1180 guns, 106 vehicles, Assault Value = 2502


Japanese ground losses:
75 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 15251 troops, 122 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 289

Defending force 178767 troops, 1159 guns, 64 vehicles, Assault Value = 2912


Japanese ground losses:
92 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/07/22


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 139082 troops, 1168 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 3131

Defending force 16966 troops, 123 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 289


Japanese ground losses:
9 casualties reported
Guns lost 3

Allied ground losses:
251 casualties reported
Guns lost 5


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 124015 troops, 1209 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 3742

Defending force 19404 troops, 115 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 206


Japanese ground losses:
2 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
327 casualties reported
Guns lost 3


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Ground combat at Manila

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 8644 troops, 93 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 196

Defending force 213374 troops, 1733 guns, 104 vehicles, Assault Value = 3742


Japanese ground losses:
3 casualties reported
Guns lost 1


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 14961 troops, 107 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 279

Defending force 195505 troops, 1309 guns, 63 vehicles, Assault Value = 3131


Japanese ground losses:
60 casualties reported

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/08/22

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Sub attack near Kwajalein at 79,79

Japanese Ships
AS Karasaki, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage (she sank the next day)

Allied Ships
SS S-32

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Sub attack at 48,46

Japanese Ships
DD Kaya
DD Yanagi
DD Hasu
DD Ashi
DD Keyaki
DD Nokaze
DD Kawakaze
DD Hamakaze
DD Tokitsukaze
DD Amatsukaze

Allied Ships
SS S-7, hits 1

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Sub attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 28

Allied Ships
MSW Oriole
MSW Thrush
MSW Partridge
MSW Turkey
MSW Cardinal
MSW Tanager


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 140126 troops, 1194 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 3359

Defending force 16875 troops, 114 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 285


Japanese ground losses:
10 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Allied ground losses:
290 casualties reported
Guns lost 10


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 124550 troops, 1215 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 4146

Defending force 19095 troops, 109 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 197


Japanese ground losses:
2 casualties reported

Allied ground losses:
217 casualties reported
Guns lost 6


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Ground combat at Manila

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 8613 troops, 94 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 190

Defending force 231790 troops, 1853 guns, 104 vehicles, Assault Value = 4146


Japanese ground losses:
63 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 14762 troops, 98 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 267

Defending force 211844 troops, 1480 guns, 64 vehicles, Assault Value = 3359


Japanese ground losses:
21 casualties reported

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Manila Falls - 7/22/2010 12:10:54 AM   
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Manila Falls

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/09/22

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Sub attack at 49,46

Japanese Ships
AS Komohashi

Allied Ships
SS S-2

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Sub attack at 48,47

Japanese Ships
DD Kuwa
DD Tsubaki
DD Nara
DD Enoki
DD Hakaze
DD Okikaze
DD Sawakaze
DD Minekaze

Allied Ships
SS S-6, hits 2

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Sub attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 28

Allied Ships
MSW Turkey
MSW Thrush
MSW Partridge
MSW Oriole
MSW Cardinal
MSW Tanager

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Sub attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 28

Allied Ships
MSW Oriole
MSW Thrush
MSW Partridge
MSW Turkey
MSW Cardinal
MSW Tanager

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Sub attack at 48,48

Japanese Ships
DD Kaede

Allied Ships
SS S-8


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 164313 troops, 1496 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 3370

Defending force 16682 troops, 107 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 271


Japanese ground losses:
8 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Allied ground losses:
190 casualties reported
Guns lost 2


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Ground combat at Manila

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 214319 troops, 1856 guns, 106 vehicles, Assault Value = 4155

Defending force 19134 troops, 112 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 191

Japanese assault odds: 6 to 1 (fort level 0)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Manila base !!!


Japanese ground losses:
899 casualties reported
Guns lost 28

Allied ground losses:
24141 casualties reported
Guns lost 74

Dang.

President Harding is not going to be pleased.


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 12564 troops, 102 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 253

Defending force 212303 troops, 1492 guns, 64 vehicles, Assault Value = 3370


Japanese ground losses:
33 casualties reported

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/10/22

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Sub attack at 94,63

Japanese Ships
SS No. 32

Allied Ships
DD Hovey

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ASW attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 28

Allied Ships
MSW Thrush
MSW Partridge
MSW Turkey
MSW Oriole
MSW Cardinal
MSW Tanager

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ASW attack at 48,47

Japanese Ships
DD Hinoki
DD Momo
DD Sumire
DD Hishi
DD Warabi
DD Tsuta
DD Susuki
DD Hagi
DD Kagero
DD Take
DD Momi
DD Maki
DD Hokaze
DD Shiokaze

Allied Ships
SS S-6, hits 1, heavy damage She's badly hurt, and her home port just got captured - doesn't look good for her.


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 164610 troops, 1508 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 3379

Defending force 16499 troops, 104 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 255


Japanese ground losses:
9 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
175 casualties reported
Guns lost 5


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 12504 troops, 95 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 247

Defending force 212745 troops, 1507 guns, 65 vehicles, Assault Value = 3379


Japanese ground losses:
21 casualties reported

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/11/22

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ASW attack at 131,52

Japanese Ships
SS UC-90 (O4), hits 1

Allied Ships
DD Yarborough
DD Woodbury

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Sub attack near Kwajalein at 79,79

Japanese Ships
AP Huso Maru, Torpedo hits 1, on fire

Allied Ships
SS S-32


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 165301 troops, 1521 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 3970

Defending force 16526 troops, 102 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 253


Japanese ground losses:
4 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
215 casualties reported
Guns lost 3


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 12446 troops, 95 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 235

Defending force 250365 troops, 1759 guns, 65 vehicles, Assault Value = 3970

News has broke of the loss of two more IJN ships:
The ML Katashima Maru sank near Talaud Island. She was badly damaged by the now-sunk CL New Orleans off Davao on 6/18.
AK Shino Maru is reported lost near Sakishima. She was torpedoed by S-4 on 6/9.




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RE: Manila Falls - 7/22/2010 8:46:51 AM   
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President Harding is not pleased




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RE: Manila Falls - 7/22/2010 2:39:28 PM   
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From the aide-de-camp of the US Navy Commander-in-Chief to the esteemed Senator from Massachusetts, in the waiting room outside the Oval Office in the White House:

"Well sir, its like this: We tried telling him the good news first - that we sunk a minelayer and a cargo ship in the last few days. And then once he was warmed up we told him, 'oh by the way, all forces in Manila surrendered today. And those guns you spent millions of dollars to defend it against a sea attack - well, it was the craziest thing - they attacked us overland, not a single ship was fired upon. Oh and before I forget, we're probably going to lose another submarine. Oh, and also...'

That's when he pointed at the Admiral and said he wanted to speak to him privately in his office. They've been in there for a couple hours now. I'm sorry they're keeping you waiting this long".



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Clark Field Besieged - 7/23/2010 3:56:26 AM   
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Clark Field Besieged

AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/12/22

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ASW attack at 114,68

Japanese Ships
SS UB-143 (O7)

Allied Ships
DD Walker
DD Roper
DD Upshur
DD Yarnall


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 166096 troops, 1525 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 4406

Defending force 16328 troops, 102 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 240



Allied ground losses:
303 casualties reported
Guns lost 10


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 12371 troops, 91 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 230

Defending force 273432 troops, 1871 guns, 66 vehicles, Assault Value = 4406


Japanese ground losses:
14 casualties reported

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/13/22

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Sub attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 24

Allied Ships
TK Manatawny
DD Boggs
DD Tatnall
DD Lamberton
DD Philip


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 172395 troops, 1717 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 8207

Defending force 16276 troops, 97 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 233


Japanese ground losses:
2 casualties reported
Guns lost 1

Allied ground losses:
371 casualties reported
Guns lost 13


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 12067 troops, 73 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 210

Defending force 492672 troops, 3622 guns, 173 vehicles, Assault Value = 8207


Japanese ground losses:
39 casualties reported

AP Hokumyo Maru sank today, due to damage from shore guns suffered 6/29 off Guam.

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/14/22

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ASW attack at 100,61

Japanese Ships
SS No. 62


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 173062 troops, 1733 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 8659

Defending force 15825 troops, 78 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 220


Japanese ground losses:
15 casualties reported
Guns lost 2

Allied ground losses:
338 casualties reported
Guns lost 4


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 11925 troops, 70 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 202

Defending force 511830 troops, 3761 guns, 173 vehicles, Assault Value = 8659

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Clark Field falls, Panay invaded, sub warfare - 7/23/2010 6:34:14 PM   
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/15/22
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Sub attack at 67,53

Japanese Ships
AP Nanrei Maru

Allied Ships
SS R-2

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Sub attack at 98,68

Japanese Ships
SS No. 37

Allied Ships
AK Luzon, Shell hits 2, Torpedo hits 2, on fire (she sank outside Pearl Harbor 5 days later)

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Sub attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 24, hits 1

Allied Ships
DD Lamberton
DD Tatnall
DD Boggs
DD Philip
MSW Thrush
MSW Partridge
MSW Turkey
MSW Oriole
MSW Cardinal
MSW Tanager

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TF 32 troops unloading over beach at Roxas, 42,55


Japanese ground losses:
253 casualties reported


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Ground combat at Clark Field

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 449061 troops, 3788 guns, 173 vehicles, Assault Value = 8748

Defending force 15693 troops, 77 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 207

Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 4

Japanese assault odds: 162 to 1 (fort level 4)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Clark Field base !!!


Japanese ground losses:
1170 casualties reported
Guns lost 33
Vehicles lost 2

Allied ground losses:
1122 casualties reported
Guns lost 26


Defeated Allied Units Retreating!
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/16/22

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TF 32 troops unloading over beach at Roxas, 42,55


Japanese ground losses:
343 casualties reported

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ASW attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 24

Allied Ships
DD Tatnall
DD Lamberton
DD Boggs
DD Philip
MSW Thrush
MSW Partridge
MSW Turkey
MSW Oriole
MSW Cardinal
MSW Tanager

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Sub attack near Roxas at 42,55

Japanese Ships
AP Ginyo Maru, Shell hits 2, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage (she sank 3 days later)

Allied Ships
SS S-14

Japanese ground losses:
71 casualties reported

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ASW attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 24, hits 1

Allied Ships
DD Tatnall
DD Lamberton
DD Boggs
DD Philip
MSW Thrush
MSW Partridge

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TF 32 troops unloading over beach at Roxas, 42,55


Japanese ground losses:
185 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 24

Allied Ships
MSW Oriole
DD Tatnall
DD Lamberton
DD Boggs
DD Philip
MSW Thrush
MSW Partridge
MSW Turkey
MSW Cardinal
MSW Tanager

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/17/22

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TF 32 troops unloading over beach at Roxas, 42,55


Japanese ground losses:
54 casualties reported

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TF 32 troops unloading over beach at Roxas, 42,55


Japanese ground losses:
72 casualties reported

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Sub attack near Johnston Island at 102,74

Japanese Ships
SS No. 24, hits 3, on fire, heavy damage (surprisingly, she sank)

Allied Ships
MSW Tanager, Torpedo hits 1, on fire, heavy damage (surprisingly, she did not sink)
DD Tatnall
DD Lamberton
DD Boggs
DD Philip
MSW Thrush
MSW Partridge
MSW Turkey
MSW Oriole

DD Tatnall, DD-125, gets credit for sinking the first Japanese submarine in the war.
MSW Tanager, AM-5, had over 50% flooding, and foundered 5 days later on her way back to Pearl Harbor. She had a short, but active life. Commissioned in 1918, she was assigned to escort duty out of the Azores during World War I. That same year, 1918, she delivered serum to BB Georgia, whose crew was suffering from the Spanish Influenza outbreak. After the war, she was put to work sweeping minesfields in the North Sea. She was badly damaged when one exploded too close to her in June 1919. She was out of action till the end of the year, and was reassigned to Pearl Harbor in 1920, where she remained until she foundered on July 23, 1922.







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Mindoro and Palawan invaded - 7/24/2010 7:33:39 PM   
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/18/22
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TF 32 troops unloading over beach at Roxas, 42,55


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Sub attack near Kwajalein at 79,79

Japanese Ships
TK San Ramon Maru

Allied Ships
SS R-23

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Sub attack at 111,68

Japanese Ships
SS UB-143 (O7)

Allied Ships
AP Henderson
DD Percival
DD Farragut

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Sub attack at 103,73

Japanese Ships
SS No. 19

Allied Ships
AD Melville, Shell hits 6, on fire

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TF 8 troops unloading over beach at San Jose, 41,53


Japanese ground losses:
239 casualties reported


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Ground combat at Roxas

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 5544 troops, 24 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 29

Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 0

Japanese assault odds: 9 to 1 (fort level 0)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Roxas base !!!

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR 07/19/22

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TF 8 troops unloading over beach at San Jose, 41,53


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Night Time Surface Combat, near Roxas at 42,55

Japanese Ships
AP Genkai Maru
AP Gyoko Maru
AP Haaburu Maru, Shell hits 2
AP Hakusika Maru, Shell hits 1

Allied Ships
PG Asheville
PG Tulsa
PG Sacramento
PG Quiros
PG Villalobos
PG Callao
PG Pampagna
PG Samar
PG Bobol
PG Marie Duque

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TF 12 troops unloading over beach at Taytay, 39,53


Japanese ground losses:
271 casualties reported

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TF 12 troops unloading over beach at Taytay, 39,53


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Sub attack at 55,45

Japanese Ships
DD Kawakaze
DD Amatsukaze
DD Isokaze
DD Tokitsukaze

Allied Ships
SS S-3, hits 1

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Sub attack at 111,68

Japanese Ships
SS No. 25

Allied Ships
DD Broome
DD Hovey

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RE: 1922 Grand Campaign: Rysynok (J) vs. Connfire (A) - 7/25/2010 4:36:56 AM   
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AS Rainbow is the most hated Allied ship in the first three months of any WPO campaign.

It will not be missed :)






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RE: 1922 Grand Campaign: Rysynok (J) vs. Connfire (A) - 7/27/2010 7:05:39 PM   
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Hey, just so people know, I'm going to be tied up with something for the rest of the week. So right now the campaign and AAR are on temporary hiatis. I may be able to sneak in a turn or two, but more likely not. But hopefully things are back to normal next week before I go into WPO withdrawl

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