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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 4/6/2012 5:04:41 PM   
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You do have an interesting quote .. "Soviets continue to bombard Soviet airfields .." Sounds like Red Star-White Star .. I am amusing the IJ are focuing on Soviet Airfields .. a good strategy since I beleive the game does not have aircraft replacement pools until '45 ..


I probably meant "IJ continues to bombard Soviet airfields.." Yes, there are only a few MiG-3 replacements and not much more, which is worrysome for the Soviet Air Force commanders. But the Soviet - German front is more important of course. And the Luftwaffe has to be taken out first.

I grounded quite some planes for a couple of surprises later on this year. An to shoot down a couple of unescorted bombers, when the fighters are back at the British, Australian and American fronts. Other than that everything is focussed on the war at land. The Japanese have a lot of divisions and I still do not have a clear picture where they are. My troops in the Vladivostok area are very strong. And if he doesn't attack there at some point, I will counterattack. Not sure in which direction yet. The problem is that the Japanese troops have cutt of Vladivostok from everything else. With such a vast amount of ground between Moskou and Vladivostok it was impossible to prevent. Now it is important to see if Vladivostok can sustain itself. There are quite some resources nearby...

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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 4/8/2012 10:38:42 PM   
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Japanese carriers harrass our shipping at Perth




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 4/8/2012 11:12:32 PM   
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The Soviets are far from winning yet...




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 4/18/2012 8:02:06 PM   
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There is a short delay in updates as quite some events require a little bit of secretcy at the moment




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 4/22/2012 10:27:51 AM   
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Operation Whiskey in the jar is finally going smoothly, after the US I Corps got pinned down behind enemy lines for a couple of months...




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 4/22/2012 12:37:03 PM   
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I'm trying to get some troops at Milne Bay, but it is not going to be easy...




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 4/29/2012 10:55:46 PM   
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And now we also got rid of most of the Ki-44s




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/1/2012 2:31:39 PM   
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Not so many aces in Burma, yet still very decent results...




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/2/2012 7:39:46 PM   
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Slowly the US Navy takes over full initiative in the Marshalls




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/2/2012 7:41:24 PM   
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No Japanese troops were alive during the shock attack. A month of 50+ B24 bombardments must have been a little overkill...




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/5/2012 12:15:32 AM   
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Our troops have successfully taken Noumea.
This considerably shortens the supply route to OZ




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/5/2012 1:08:14 PM   
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[sarcasm]Great reconning guys! well done!![/sarcasm]




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/6/2012 1:24:46 PM   
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Corsairse rule




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/7/2012 7:57:09 PM   
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Arrived to late to suprise a couple of Japanese battleships




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/12/2012 11:35:02 PM   
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Took Wotje as well




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/15/2012 7:11:01 PM   
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And Luganville




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/16/2012 10:11:06 PM   
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In Mongolia life for the Soviets is still difficult




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/16/2012 10:21:12 PM   
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In the South the Soviets have launched operation Intergalactic Sabotage




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/17/2012 7:39:35 PM   
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The British Eastern Army is pinned down at Akyab and Swebo. Further advances seem not likely for the moment, although there are still a lot of reserves in central India

The Chinese Army is pinned down all over China. The Japanese garrisons have relocated troops to Manchuria, but the Chinese lack supplies for a major counter offensive

The Transsiberian Front is under huge pressure by the Japanese Army

The Far East Front has just launched operation "Intergalactic Sabotage" to break out of their isolement and to link up with Armies in the east.

The Central Pacific Command controlls the Gilbert islands except for Kwajalein and Roi/Namur. The Japanese seem to be building up Ewinetok.

The Southwestern Command has just taken New Caledonia and Espiritu Santo

The Australian Army holds Port Moresby, Terapo, Horn Island and Milne Bay




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/19/2012 1:46:10 PM   
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This round is for Japans




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/19/2012 1:47:05 PM   
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This one is not




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/19/2012 1:48:40 PM   
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Another batch of transports down the drain.




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/19/2012 1:51:56 PM   
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Does anybody when the Suez channel is opened?
It is june 1st 1943 in the game and it still is closed. Or am I impatient?




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/19/2012 3:46:18 PM   
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How do you know it is closed? Have you tried sending a TF from EUSA to Aden?

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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/19/2012 4:18:01 PM   
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How do you know it is closed? Have you tried sending a TF from EUSA to Aden?


The map doesn't change? Then it is possibly open. Ooops

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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/20/2012 11:27:52 AM   
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The damaged Japanese carriers are moving very slowly to the Solomons. I don't believe they are heading to Truk. That is too far for at least some of the ships, judging by the speed of the TF. As soon as the Japanese ships disband in a port (Tulagi, Shortlands or Rabaul) they will trigger heavy bombardments by the US Army. Also more than 30 submarines are currently chasing the damaged carriers. Nagumo is heaving a tough week.

OOB:
7th US Air Force @ Noumea (lvl5) has 60 B24D1 bombers; Tulagi, Shortlands and Rabaul are within range
5th US Air Force @ Port Moresby (lvl9) has 3 B17F, 12 B17E, and 40+ B25 bombers; Rabaul and Shortlands are within range
13th US Air Force @ Efate (lvl7) has 60 B24D1 bombers + 24 navy Liberators; Tulagi is within range








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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/20/2012 2:33:18 PM   
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I doubled checked the first page twice . .this is scenrario #1 .. The IJN are not only having a tough week but I think the next two years will be unbearable ... In following this AAR it looks like the IJ are very close to spending thier 401K account in terms of fuel. I have to think that the IJ economy is on the brink of collapse given the high tempo of IJN operations over this past year. I will be following closely to see signs of this occuring ..

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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/20/2012 11:09:13 PM   
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I doubled checked the first page twice . .this is scenrario #1 .. The IJN are not only having a tough week but I think the next two years will be unbearable ... In following this AAR it looks like the IJ are very close to spending thier 401K account in terms of fuel. I have to think that the IJ economy is on the brink of collapse given the high tempo of IJN operations over this past year. I will be following closely to see signs of this occuring ..


The Japanese Navy and Army are demanding a lot of its industry. With large battles in India, China and now Russia a constant demand for armament and vehicles will cost him a lot of HI points. I'm also curious about the Japanese stockpiles of HI, armament, vehicles and fuel. And about aircraft and engine production. Also because I recently started another PBEM playing with Japan. It may very well be that the Japanese economy is on the brink of collapse. It may also be that NJP is very well organized and is able to squeeze the maximum out of the Japanese economy. For sure he has guts, as I wouldn't even been thinking to invade Russia or India at scenario #1. Anyway the rest of the war is going to be very exciting. The war with the Soviets may have a large impact on the outcome. There are massive battles all over the map and I'm still holding thousands of AV in reserve until I know what his troops at Khabarovsk are up to. After that also the 1st Red Banner Army will join in on operation "Intergalactic Sabotage" which is still pinned down at Yenki.

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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/25/2012 7:46:49 PM   
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I'd wish that my submarine commanders were as good as the Japanese ones in torpedoing carriers




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RE: Operation Kill Em All - 5/27/2012 9:18:58 PM   
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massive dogfights over India. Japan has to pay everywhere.




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