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RE: 1943 October 19 - 12/10/2013 5:16:09 PM   
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Here is an overview map. Securing and building up Babeldaob will make a nice salient into the Imperial defenses, hopefully complicating matters for them. It will further split the seas between the Marianas and the DEI, and provide a base for moving directly into the southern Philippines and northeastern DEI.




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1943 October 20 - 12/10/2013 11:00:58 PM   
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1943 October 20

The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:
Babeldaob

Submarines got two xAK overnight.

The northern marches of China are menaced as a position in the mountains south of Kiuchuan has been overrun.

4th USMC Div down to 24% disruption. It looks like another unit has joined the defenders.
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Ground combat at 56,51 (near Toungoo)

Allied Bombardment attack

Attacking force 1450 troops, 116 guns, 74 vehicles, Assault Value = 2615

Defending force 48025 troops, 450 guns, 95 vehicles, Assault Value = 1383

Japanese ground losses:
4 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Assaulting units:
26th Indian Brigade
Winnipeg Grenadiers Battalion
20th Indian Division
13th Indian Brigade
2nd British Division
23rd Indian Division
1st Garrison Brigade
632nd Tank Destroyer Battalion
4th Marine Division
I Aus Corps Engineer Battalion
637th Tank Destroyer Battalion
14th Indian Division
19th Indian Division
192nd Tank Battalion
17th Indian Division
77th Heavy AA Regiment
78th Light AA Regiment
2/11th Field Regiment
2/1st Med Regiment
27th Indian Field Artillery Battalion
IV Indian Corps
48th Light AA Regiment
2/9th Field Regiment
22nd Indian Mountain Gun Regiment

Defending units:
53rd Division
29th Division
21st Ind.Mixed Brigade
14th Division
77th Infantry Regiment
55th Mountain Gun Regiment
44th Field AA Battalion
39th Field AA Machinecannon Company

The CBI air battles continue as the Empire just won't give in. The B-24 crowd got in 4 supply hits amid others on the base and runways at Pegu.

A surface escort force caught a number of Imperial ships trying to escape their fate at Babeldaob; see today's sunks ships below. The landings went well, and the troops will attack tomorrow.
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Ground combat at Babeldaob (90,97)

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 3850 troops, 112 guns, 36 vehicles, Assault Value = 135

Defending force 17964 troops, 269 guns, 282 vehicles, Assault Value = 488

Japanese ground losses:
11 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

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

Assaulting units:
Sasebo 7th SNLF
Kure 7th SNLF
Babeldoap Naval Fortress
17th Medium Field Artillery Regiment
3rd Construction Battalion
3rd Base Force
3rd Port Unit

Defending units:
34th Cmbt Engineer Regiment
37th Infantry Division
627th Tank Destroyer Battalion
4th Field Artillery Battalion
I Marine Amphib Corps
97th Field Artillery Battalion
223rd Field Artillery Battalion
1st Pioneer Battalion


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BB Tennessee is making its way forward from Bremerton for (hopefully) a year of service before her October 1944 upgrade. The KB might not have gone through the Java Sea, as subs there are not showing elevated DL. Of course they could have gone stealth, simply risking the subs, but more likely they have gone up west of Borneo.

Here are today's ship losses.




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1943 October 21 - 12/12/2013 5:19:29 AM   
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1943 October 21

The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


One xAK was torpedoed near Singapore but the sub (Sturgeon) took a beating and will hope to make it back to Darwin.

The attack NE of Tsuyung went as expected, taking heavy casualties in the face of greater opposition. Most of the casualties were previously disabled squads. The two Allied divisions are already on their way.
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Ground combat at 69,45 (near Tsuyung)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 26805 troops, 182 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 523

Defending force 10722 troops, 87 guns, 38 vehicles, Assault Value = 287

Allied adjusted assault: 429

Japanese adjusted defense: 532

Allied assault odds: 1 to 2

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

Japanese ground losses:
160 casualties reported
Squads: 1 destroyed, 34 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled

Allied ground losses:
935 casualties reported
Squads: 94 destroyed, 12 disabled
Non Combat: 4 destroyed, 4 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
Guns lost 8 (1 destroyed, 7 disabled)

Assaulting units:
58th Chinese Corps
22nd New Chinese Division
35th Chinese Corps
3rd Prov Chinese Corps
2nd Reserve Division
7th War Area

Defending units:
17th/A Division
RGC Capital Brigade
34th/A Division

The IJ air attacks SE of Kunming had a particularly good day.

4 supply hits for the B-24 groups at Pegu. A couple of RN cruisers (CA + DD and CL + DD) are in range to try and hits supply depots at Moulmein tonight (Moulmein still has Fires=1 from the last time!). 4th USMC Div is down to 14% disruption and is in line with the other non-artillery units. The artillery units are in the higher teens after keeping up their attacks. On our side of the supply ledger, we have about 64ktons supply at Ramree with another 20ktons in the harbor. And of course more is on the way. It is just possible that DAW HQ might see the need for KB to pay another disruptive visit to the Burma coast, so we'll get all we can landed in the meantime.

Bombardment of Yap showed flaming Nicks thrown high enough over the bay to be identified by sailors on board the bombarding cruisers. I think we'll try that again soon.
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Night Naval bombardment of Yap at 96,97

Japanese aircraft
no flights

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-45 KAIa Nick: 17 damaged
Ki-45 KAIa Nick: 2 destroyed on ground
H8K2 Emily: 2 damaged
N1K1-J George: 2 damaged

Allied Ships
CA Minneapolis
CA Chester

Japanese ground losses:
108 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 2 destroyed, 12 disabled
Engineers: 1 destroyed, 11 disabled

Airbase hits 6
Airbase supply hits 2
Runway hits 18
Port hits 4
Port fuel hits 1

SOC-1 Seagull acting as spotter for CA Minneapolis
CA Minneapolis firing at Yap
CA Chester firing at Yap


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The bombardments at Babeldaob went well, as did the aerial bombings despite the presence of Nicks and Georges on CAP (most of which were shot down on this day). The ground assault went so well that the troops are in perfect shape for continuing the attack. In fact, it really looks as though the base will be captured tomorrow. In addition to a cruiser group, the remaining fast BB (3x fast BB) group will lend their guns to try and render the verdict in our favor. And on land - as we have good aerial defense against disruptive air strikes - a shock attack is ordered.
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Ground combat at Babeldaob (90,97)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 15353 troops, 269 guns, 282 vehicles, Assault Value = 486

Defending force 7574 troops, 125 guns, 43 vehicles, Assault Value = 133

Allied adjusted assault: 502

Japanese adjusted defense: 107

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

Allied Assault reduces fortifications to 3

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

Japanese ground losses:
708 casualties reported
Squads: 3 destroyed, 55 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 6 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled

Allied ground losses:
304 casualties reported
Squads: 3 destroyed, 9 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 6 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 18 disabled
Vehicles lost 7 (1 destroyed, 6 disabled)

Assaulting units:
34th Cmbt Engineer Regiment
37th Infantry Division
627th Tank Destroyer Battalion
I Marine Amphib Corps
97th Field Artillery Battalion
4th Field Artillery Battalion
223rd Field Artillery Battalion
1st Pioneer Battalion

Defending units:
Sasebo 7th SNLF
Kure 7th SNLF
Babeldoap Naval Fortress
3rd Construction Battalion
17th Medium Field Artillery Regiment
3rd Base Force
3rd Port Unit


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One CVE group is moving toward Biak to meet the invasion convoy there; tomorrow is D-1. We have no indicators to any KB whereabouts. Just SE of Balikpapan there are 3 ships sighted in convoy, one identified as a TK and another as a CVE.

Here are today's air losses.




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RE: 1943 October 21 - 12/12/2013 5:20:02 AM   
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Here are the troops at Babeldaob, after the 4 to 1 results and before tomorrow's shock attack.




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1943 October 22 - 12/12/2013 7:40:24 PM   
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1943 October 22

The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:
Babeldaob

There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


Our subs got that tanker coming out of Balikpapan.

Our forces SE of Kunming will be hard pressed to hold. Air strikes were effective, and:
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Ground combat at 69,49 (near Kunming)

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 10580 troops, 82 guns, 514 vehicles, Assault Value = 443

Defending force 26649 troops, 43 guns, 120 vehicles, Assault Value = 437

Japanese adjusted assault: 269

Allied adjusted defense: 271

Japanese assault odds: 1 to 2

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

Japanese ground losses:
812 casualties reported
Squads: 2 destroyed, 54 disabled
Non Combat: 2 destroyed, 24 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 11 (2 destroyed, 9 disabled)
Vehicles lost 87 (2 destroyed, 85 disabled)

Allied ground losses:
2280 casualties reported
Squads: 73 destroyed, 75 disabled
Non Combat: 9 destroyed, 25 disabled
Engineers: 1 destroyed, 7 disabled
Guns lost 5 (3 destroyed, 2 disabled)
Vehicles lost 29 (12 destroyed, 17 disabled)

Assaulting units:
12th Tank Regiment
58th Infantry Regiment
14th Tank Regiment
4th Tank Regiment
23rd Tank Regiment
5th Tank Regiment
6th Tank Regiment
17th Tank Regiment
104th/B Division
1st Mortar Battalion
51st Ind.Mtn.Gun Battalion

Defending units:
32nd Chinese Corps
25th Chinese Corps
754th Tank Battalion
68th Chinese Corps
50th Indian Para Brigade
14th Chinese Corps
21st Chinese Cavalry Division
76th Chinese Corps
27th Group Army


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The bombardments of Moulmein found some parked aircraft but not the supply dumps. 3 supply hits by the B-24 raids on Pegu, though.

Bombardment of Peleliu revealed only the naval fortress, no aircraft hit at the air base. The assault on Babeldaob went very well and seized the base and more than 20ktons supply. The base is near fully damaged and will take a while to repair. Support troops are already on the way (3 days for base forces) and tonight several hundred defensive mines will be laid, plus mine sweeping will begin. The troops will rest for probably two days before resuming the assault to clean out the island. Although casualties were low, the shock attack disrupted the assault elements.
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Ground combat at Babeldaob (90,97)

Allied Shock attack

Attacking force 15146 troops, 269 guns, 282 vehicles, Assault Value = 461

Defending force 6707 troops, 126 guns, 42 vehicles, Assault Value = 76

Allied engineers reduce fortifications to 2

Allied adjusted assault: 1434

Japanese adjusted defense: 61

Allied assault odds: 23 to 1 (fort level 2)

Allied forces CAPTURE Babeldaob !!!

Japanese aircraft
no flights

Japanese aircraft losses
N1K1-J George: 3 destroyed
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 1 destroyed

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+), forts(+), leaders(+), disruption(-)
experience(-)
Attacker: shock(+)

Japanese ground losses:
649 casualties reported
Squads: 26 destroyed, 29 disabled
Non Combat: 18 destroyed, 30 disabled
Engineers: 25 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 93 (90 destroyed, 3 disabled)
Vehicles lost 37 (37 destroyed, 0 disabled)

Allied ground losses:
347 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 34 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled
Engineers: 1 destroyed, 12 disabled

Assaulting units:
37th Infantry Division
34th Cmbt Engineer Regiment
627th Tank Destroyer Battalion
223rd Field Artillery Battalion
97th Field Artillery Battalion
I Marine Amphib Corps
4th Field Artillery Battalion
1st Pioneer Battalion

Defending units:
Kure 7th SNLF
Sasebo 7th SNLF
3rd Construction Battalion
3rd Base Force
Babeldoap Naval Fortress
17th Medium Field Artillery Regiment
3rd Port Unit


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The Biak invasion will begin landing at the end of the day tomorrow.

Here are the troops at Babeldaob.




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RE: 1943 October 22 - 12/13/2013 1:10:40 AM   
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Nice job capturing Babel so fast!  The Allies are really rolling now.  The Devious One must be concerned as it is only October 1943.  Keep up the pressure.

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RE: 1943 October 22 - 12/13/2013 12:39:49 PM   
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Morning,

Do you do these DIV sized invasions with less than 100% prep? If what do you use for the criteria?

Cheers,
Guy

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RE: 1943 October 22 - 12/13/2013 2:22:43 PM   
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ORIGINAL: guytipton41

Morning,

Do you do these DIV sized invasions with less than 100% prep? If what do you use for the criteria?

Cheers,
Guy

Howdy!

Almost never. I have two divisions (plus some other units) preparing for Rota, and one of those divisions will be less than 100%. However, Rota has long-term recon of about 5k to 7k troops so even if one division takes a hit on landing they should still overwhelm the target. I would have landed them both at 50% to 75% in this case but the time of logistics-movement-etc. has meant more preparation (I originally was going to go right into one of the big islands but Truk took so long...).

It all depends on the target. What's there? What state is it in? What terrain? What fortifications? Is a shock attack required upon landing?

I do not have a formula; it's more of a feel for when less than 100% will do (and how much less!). At Babeldaob all the units were 100%. It was the same team that took Tulagi and had plenty of time due to the extended action on Truk. I think the big reason for quick success at Babeldaob was getting there before the Empire had gotten the defense to the state that it had planned. Obviously it will be later that Walter and I have that conversation (likely in this AAR) but that's my take on it right now.

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RE: 1943 October 22 - 12/13/2013 2:30:12 PM   
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I´ve learned the hard way not to do landings short of 100% prepp. Its nasty and you take disablements that will be very hard to recover when in an enemy base. Better to wait the extra days to get there IMO.

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RE: 1943 October 22 - 12/13/2013 2:56:46 PM   
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ORIGINAL: JocMeister

I´ve learned the hard way not to do landings short of 100% prepp. Its nasty and you take disablements that will be very hard to recover when in an enemy base. Better to wait the extra days to get there IMO.

In our 2x2 (Walter is on the other side in that one too!) I just made an invasion of Victoria Point with a modest prep / modest morale / low experience unit and it took about 1/3 squads disabled, even with no shock attack. The objective was to get ashore in good enough shape to defend itself, which it has. There are other forces closing in on Chumphon, next door, and I want to prevent them retreating to Victoria Point and doubling up the defense.

So that is a special case, as is Rota (with very different details). I agree with Joc, which is why I started my answer to Guy with "almost never".

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1943 October 23 - 12/15/2013 4:04:57 AM   
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1943 October 23

The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:
Biak

Tsuyung air base has repaired to the point that we are moving in two Chinese Air Force fighter groups (12 planes each), one of P-66 and one of P-40N. The runways are clear and the services 34% damaged. The problem is there is almost no supply, so we'll see how long they fly. It's been a couple or three turns since the Helens visited, and even the crack P38 pilots can't catch them very well on LRCAP. We have base forces that have upgraded to radar on the way, but only the MkI Eyeball is available locally at the moment. Of course other radar locations probably have the range to provide some warning to Tsuyung.

3rd Commando Bde is also almost 1/3 air lifted into Tsuyung, which sadly diminishes the flow of supplies until completed.

A total of 4 supply hits by B-24 at Pegu. The CL bombardment of Moulmein seemed to achieve nothing but spoiling sleep.

A bombardment of Yap again did modest damage.
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Night Naval bombardment of Yap at 96,97

Japanese aircraft
no flights

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-45 KAIa Nick: 2 damaged
Ki-45 KAIa Nick: 1 destroyed on ground
H8K2 Emily: 10 damaged

Allied Ships
CA Salt Lake City
CA Portland

Japanese ground losses:
443 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 8 destroyed, 21 disabled
Engineers: 1 destroyed, 14 disabled
Guns lost 2 (1 destroyed, 1 disabled)
Vehicles lost 4 (2 destroyed, 2 disabled)

Airbase hits 7
Airbase supply hits 2
Runway hits 11
Port hits 6
Port fuel hits 2
Port supply hits 1

SOC-1 Seagull acting as spotter for CA Salt Lake City
CA Salt Lake City firing at Yap
CA Portland firing at Yap


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The invasion at Biak went in late in the day but still got all the troops ashore. While they have supply, they don't have enough but tomorrow plenty will unload before the first attack. I am slightly rushing that first attack just in case the IJN carrier force is tasked to react here. 3x fast BB will bombard, as will 2x CA.
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Ground combat at Biak (87,110)

Japanese Bombardment attack

Attacking force 4122 troops, 26 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 130

Defending force 8417 troops, 80 guns, 40 vehicles, Assault Value = 284

Japanese ground losses:
13 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

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

Assaulting units:
1st Infantry Regiment
33rd Ind Engineer Regiment
2nd JNAF AF Unit

Defending units:
22nd Marine Regiment
14th NZ Brigade


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The troops at Babeldaob will attack tomorrow. New Mexico has finished repairs at Mare Island and will make her way forward for a year-long tour before an upgrade.

Here is the base at Babeldaob, with lots of repairs pending!




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RE: 1943 October 23 - 12/15/2013 4:05:40 AM   
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Here is the area around Babeldaob and Biak.




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1943 October 24 - 12/16/2013 5:37:19 AM   
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1943 October 24

The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


Our subs got an AD in the Java Sea over night.

We got in a nice two or three battle ambush in the skies over Tsuyung. See the day's air losses below - hopefully they were the Empire's best pilots! Our troops below Kunming are being bombed into dust. Tomorrow two Allied divisions and the depleted Chinese units (two vital units are staying on the line) will swap places NE of Tsuyung. The combined force will then try to break through the Empire's first line.

Between the bombardment of Moulmein and B-24 strikes on Pegu we got 6 or 7 supply hits in Burma. Are those efforts making a difference?

The attack at Babeldaob went well and the (recon of) enemy troop count went down by a couple of thousand. Same action tomorrow; mind you they are attacking without air or naval support now. The attack at Biak also went well.
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Ground combat at Babeldaob (90,97)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 15062 troops, 269 guns, 283 vehicles, Assault Value = 436

Defending force 5884 troops, 65 guns, 12 vehicles, Assault Value = 56

Allied adjusted assault: 714

Japanese adjusted defense: 43

Allied assault odds: 16 to 1

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

Japanese ground losses:
468 casualties reported
Squads: 13 destroyed, 18 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 10 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Guns lost 15 (6 destroyed, 9 disabled)

Allied ground losses:
372 casualties reported
Squads: 1 destroyed, 31 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 7 disabled
Engineers: 1 destroyed, 7 disabled

Assaulting units:
37th Infantry Division
34th Cmbt Engineer Regiment
627th Tank Destroyer Battalion
223rd Field Artillery Battalion
4th Field Artillery Battalion
97th Field Artillery Battalion
I Marine Amphib Corps
1st Pioneer Battalion

Defending units:
Kure 7th SNLF
Sasebo 7th SNLF
Babeldoap Naval Fortress
3rd Base Force
17th Medium Field Artillery Regiment
3rd Construction Battalion
3rd Port Unit


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Ground combat at Biak (87,110)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 8429 troops, 80 guns, 40 vehicles, Assault Value = 285

Defending force 4569 troops, 26 guns, 4 vehicles, Assault Value = 119

Allied adjusted assault: 82

Japanese adjusted defense: 111

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

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

Japanese ground losses:
146 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 25 disabled
Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 4 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled

Allied ground losses:
75 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 12 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Assaulting units:
22nd Marine Regiment
14th NZ Brigade

Defending units:
1st Infantry Regiment
33rd Ind Engineer Regiment


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The troops there need one or more likely two days off, meanwhile aerial and naval bombardments will continue. Naval covering forces will pull back as the last of the embarked supply will unload tonight.

Meanwhile, base forces will land at Babeldaob tomorrow and two AVD will also pull in. Other support ships will arrive over the next several days, and a major AA unit will land in 3 days.

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RE: 1943 October 24 - 12/16/2013 5:37:44 AM   
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Here is the Intel screen. The starvation and aerial bombing destruction of re-spawned Chinese units at Chungking is a constant source of victory for the Empire.




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1943 October 25 - 12/17/2013 4:08:30 AM   
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1943 October 25

The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


We lost a sub and had another damaged enough to be recalled from patrol. Both were in the South China Sea near Borneo / Malaya / Sumatra. In return our naval search and surface ASW missions reported hitting a number of IJN subs in the Babeldaob area.

A nice rout of Sallys over Tsuyung, with 10 taken and the air strike turned away. The Empire has shifted some of its bombing from the troops below Kunming to those at Kunming and the base there.

Our B-24 strikes on Pegu netted 6 supply hits. At sea, CL Caradoc and DD Rotherham are too relaxed, sauntering in to bombard Moulmein, and were attacked twice by large groups of Nicks. Luckily no hits, but they will be told to burn some oil! Instead of proceeding to Moulmein they will steam into Tavoy and attack targets of opportunity seen there (2x AP and 1x E). CA Cornwall and her escort are ordered to hit Moulmein tonight.

Naval bombardments of Yap and Biak went well, as did the air strikes on Biak. A group of Bettys attempted to hit our troops at Biak but wide-ranging CAP from the CVEs made short work of them. Another day off for the troops on Biak.

It looks like 2 enemy units remain at Babeldaob as several were wiped out today.
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Ground combat at Babeldaob (90,97)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 13791 troops, 261 guns, 257 vehicles, Assault Value = 428

Defending force 5588 troops, 59 guns, 12 vehicles, Assault Value = 44

Allied adjusted assault: 441

Japanese adjusted defense: 21

Allied assault odds: 21 to 1

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

Japanese ground losses:
549 casualties reported
Squads: 9 destroyed, 18 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 11 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 3 (1 destroyed, 2 disabled)

Allied ground losses:
169 casualties reported
Squads: 1 destroyed, 20 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Assaulting units:
37th Infantry Division
34th Cmbt Engineer Regiment
627th Tank Destroyer Battalion
223rd Field Artillery Battalion
4th Field Artillery Battalion
1st Pioneer Battalion
I Marine Amphib Corps
15th Air Advn Base Force
97th Field Artillery Battalion
5th Port Advn Base Force /1

Defending units:
Sasebo 7th SNLF
Kure 7th SNLF
Babeldoap Naval Fortress
3rd Base Force
3rd Construction Battalion
17th Medium Field Artillery Regiment
3rd Port Unit


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3rd Construction Battalion Wiped Out at Babeldaob by attrition!!!
17th Medium Field Artillery Regiment Wiped Out at Babeldaob by attrition!!!
Kure 7th SNLF Wiped Out at Babeldaob by attrition!!!
Babeldoap Naval Fortress Wiped Out at Babeldaob by attrition!!!
3rd Port Unit Wiped Out at Babeldaob by attrition!!!

The two AVD have arrived and the base forces have mostly landed. The runways are completely repaired and the services are being worked on.

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Here are the troops NE of Tsuyung, about to attack. Supplies are too low, but it can't be helped.




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The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


The base at Tsuyung is completely repaired and the 3rd Commando Bde has finished airlifting in, so now that transport capacity will go back to hauling supplies. The attack NE of Tsuyung went fair. The weakest unit of the Chinese units, which also happens to be the least experienced unit, is being pulled back to alleviate over stacking and allow more supply to be retained for the next attack.
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Ground combat at 69,45 (near Tsuyung)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 44464 troops, 596 guns, 284 vehicles, Assault Value = 1194

Defending force 10479 troops, 87 guns, 38 vehicles, Assault Value = 273

Allied adjusted assault: 405

Japanese adjusted defense: 706

Allied assault odds: 1 to 2

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

Japanese ground losses:
667 casualties reported
Squads: 1 destroyed, 40 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 8 disabled

Allied ground losses:
1773 casualties reported
Squads: 42 destroyed, 70 disabled
Non Combat: 5 destroyed, 7 disabled
Engineers: 6 destroyed, 3 disabled
Guns lost 14 (2 destroyed, 12 disabled)

Assaulting units:
35th Chinese Corps
11th (East African) Division
27th Infantry Division
3rd Prov Chinese Corps
7th War Area

Defending units:
RGC Capital Brigade
17th/A Division
34th/A Division


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SW of Toungoo we've started taking more casualties from counter-battery fire. Add to that, one of our artillery units has been almost wiped out, all of them have elevated disruption, and our other units are not as low in disruption as I want them before the next attack. The artillery bombardments will stand down until the next attack, which will be in 6 or 7 days. The two additional armoured units have changed to start mode and are about to RD+ move to Magwe, then RR to Toungoo, then get to the front.

The AP at Tavoy astutely pulled anchor and moved out before the RN could find them. They appear to have moved to Mergui, and there is another convoy sighted 3 hexes WSW of Mergui (1x PB, 1x xAK) The Moulmein bombardment went off quite well, then the TF evaded a sub attack, and was ably defended from an aerial strike.
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Night Naval bombardment of Moulmein at 55,55

Japanese aircraft
no flights

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 14 damaged

Allied Ships
CA Cornwall

Japanese ground losses:
143 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 8 destroyed, 6 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Vehicles lost 3 (2 destroyed, 1 disabled)

Manpower hits 2
Fires 420
Airbase hits 6
Airbase supply hits 1
Runway hits 7
Port hits 3

CA Cornwall firing at Moulmein

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Sub attack near Rangoon at 53,55

Japanese Ships
SS I-169

Allied Ships
DD Nestor

SS I-169 launches 2 torpedoes at DD Nestor
I-169 bottoming out ....
DD Nestor fails to find sub, continues to search...
DD Nestor fails to find sub, continues to search...
DD Nestor fails to find sub, continues to search...
DD Nestor fails to find sub, continues to search...
DD Nestor fails to find sub, continues to search...
Escort abandons search for sub


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Morning Air attack on TF, near Bassein at 52,51

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid detected at 17 NM, estimated altitude 8,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 6 minutes

Japanese aircraft
G3M2 Nell x 9
N1K1-J George x 7

Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIc Trop x 9
P-40K Warhawk x 8
P-40N1 Warhawk x 2

Japanese aircraft losses
G3M2 Nell: 4 destroyed, 2 damaged
N1K1-J George: 2 destroyed

No Allied losses

Allied Ships
CA Cornwall

Aircraft Attacking:
3 x G3M2 Nell launching torpedoes at 200 feet
Naval Attack: 1 x 45cm Type 91 Torp

CAP engaged:
23rd FG/74th FS with P-40K Warhawk (2 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
(2 plane(s) diverted to support CAP in hex.)
2 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 9000
Raid is overhead
23rd FG/75th FS with P-40K Warhawk (6 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
(6 plane(s) diverted to support CAP in hex.)
6 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 15000
Raid is overhead
3 planes vectored on to bombers
80th FG/88th FS with P-40N1 Warhawk (2 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
(2 plane(s) diverted to support CAP in hex.)
2 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 15000
Raid is overhead
No.11 Sqn RAF with Hurricane IIc Trop (6 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
(6 plane(s) diverted to support CAP in hex.)
6 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 10000
Raid is overhead
2 planes vectored on to bombers
No.258 Sqn RAF with Hurricane IIc Trop (3 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
(3 plane(s) diverted to support CAP in hex.)
3 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 15000
Raid is overhead
3 planes vectored on to bombers



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The B-24 crews scored another 3 supply hits.

Babeldaob air base is completely repaired and port repairs have about 2 days to go. Reduction of the remaining defenders continues.
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Ground combat at Babeldaob (90,97)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 13735 troops, 261 guns, 257 vehicles, Assault Value = 419

Defending force 3013 troops, 25 guns, 4 vehicles, Assault Value = 16

Allied adjusted assault: 752

Japanese adjusted defense: 7

Allied assault odds: 107 to 1

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

Japanese ground losses:
463 casualties reported
Squads: 47 destroyed, 6 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 16 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 9 (8 destroyed, 1 disabled)
Vehicles lost 3 (1 destroyed, 2 disabled)

Allied ground losses:
33 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 6 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Assaulting units:
34th Cmbt Engineer Regiment
37th Infantry Division
627th Tank Destroyer Battalion
223rd Field Artillery Battalion
97th Field Artillery Battalion
4th Field Artillery Battalion
5th Port Advn Base Force
I Marine Amphib Corps
1st Pioneer Battalion
15th Air Advn Base Force

Defending units:
Sasebo 7th SNLF
3rd Base Force


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The troops at Biak will attack tomorrow. As the attack transports get back to Manus to refuel they will also begin repositioning to pick up the Rota invasion forces. Rota still shows fewer than 5,000 troops, so we have far more than enough forces tasked.

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1943 October 27

The Empire captured:
Kiuchuan

The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


CVE Prince William was torpedoed over night, but she is in good shape considering and can even operate aircraft (I think that's 50% combined damage, right?) at 16-33(19)-0-0. A second sub was badly damaged and a third modestly damaged before they got to the carriers.
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Sub attack near Biak at 87,109

Japanese Ships
SS I-8, hits 5

Allied Ships
CVE Prince William, Torpedo hits 1
DD Trathen
DD Saufley
DD Radford

SS I-8 launches 6 torpedoes at CVE Prince William
I-8 diving deep ....
DD Trathen fails to find sub, continues to search...
DD Saufley fails to find sub and abandons search
DD Radford attacking submerged sub ....
DD Trathen fails to find sub and abandons search
DD Radford attacking submerged sub ....
DD Radford fails to find sub, continues to search...
DD Radford fails to find sub, continues to search...
DD Radford fails to find sub, continues to search...
Escort abandons search for sub


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The Empire continued its march into the nether lands of China.
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Ground combat at Kiuchuan (82,26)

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 9978 troops, 114 guns, 40 vehicles, Assault Value = 314

Defending force 2467 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 58

Japanese adjusted assault: 212

Allied adjusted defense: 10

Japanese assault odds: 21 to 1 (fort level 3)

Japanese forces CAPTURE Kiuchuan !!!

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

Japanese ground losses:
56 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 7 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Allied ground losses:
1159 casualties reported
Squads: 37 destroyed, 14 disabled
Non Combat: 15 destroyed, 2 disabled
Engineers: 5 destroyed, 0 disabled
Units retreated 2

Defeated Allied Units Retreating!

Assaulting units:
1st Ching An Tui Brigade
104th/A Division
110th/A Division
3rd Mobile Field Artillery Regiment

Defending units:
17th Chinese Corps
9th Separate Brigade


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A great deal more supply made it to the front line troops NE of Tsuyung, possibly due to the air lift of 3rd Commando having been completed. So, instead of pulling back that weaker Chinese unit, they have been ordered to stop movement. An attack will be set as soon as the disruption of the troops is low enough (11th East African Div is 18% and the weaker 35th Chinese Corps is 45%).

SE of Tsuyung, an Imperial unit has (finally) moved onto the road, and will be attacked at once. Enemy strength unknown...

CA Suffolk achieved one supply hit plus other damage at Moulmein. The B-24 groups made no supply hits, but P-27 and Corsair pilots swatted Imperial fighters like flies. There were still enough of them left over the enemy troops near Toungoo to knock down some of the low-experience British 4EB striking there. That AP convoy is back at Tavoy and it will be at least two days before we have warships in a jump off position to make a run at them. In the meantime our subs will keep trying.

The Burmese rifle squads of the 2nd Burma Bde have been watching over a trapped Imperial regiment near Lashio. Today they showed themselves equal to the task. They'll wait for a Bn to reinforce them before commencing their own attacks.
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Ground combat at 62,45 (near Lashio)

Japanese Shock attack

Attacking force 2459 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 47

Defending force 3874 troops, 10 guns, 51 vehicles, Assault Value = 89

Japanese adjusted assault: 4

Allied adjusted defense: 331

Japanese assault odds: 1 to 82

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+), leaders(+), fatigue(-), morale(-)
experience(-)
Attacker: shock(+), leaders(-), supply(-)

Japanese ground losses:
287 casualties reported
Squads: 2 destroyed, 22 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Allied ground losses:
13 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Assaulting units:
55th Infantry Regiment

Defending units:
2nd Burma Brigade
330th Construction Regiment
1st Bombay Construction Battalion


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Babeldaob has been cleared of enemy forces.
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Ground combat at Babeldaob (90,97)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 13718 troops, 261 guns, 257 vehicles, Assault Value = 467

Defending force 2635 troops, 18 guns, 3 vehicles, Assault Value = 7

Allied adjusted assault: 273

Japanese adjusted defense: 3

Allied assault odds: 91 to 1

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

Japanese ground losses:
426 casualties reported
Squads: 21 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 5 destroyed, 68 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 19 (15 destroyed, 4 disabled)
Vehicles lost 2 (2 destroyed, 0 disabled)

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

Assaulting units:
37th Infantry Division
34th Cmbt Engineer Regiment
627th Tank Destroyer Battalion
4th Field Artillery Battalion
15th Air Advn Base Force
97th Field Artillery Battalion
223rd Field Artillery Battalion
I Marine Amphib Corps
5th Port Advn Base Force
1st Pioneer Battalion
46th US Naval Construction Battalion
6th USN Naval Construction Regiment

Defending units:
Sasebo 7th SNLF
3rd Base Force



3rd Base Force Wiped Out at Babeldaob by attrition!!!


Japanese Unit(s) surrounded at Babeldaob



Great progress was made at Biak, which might fall tomorrow. Our units there are just 11% and 12% disrupted.
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Ground combat at Biak (87,110)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 8559 troops, 80 guns, 40 vehicles, Assault Value = 286

Defending force 4069 troops, 26 guns, 5 vehicles, Assault Value = 95

Allied adjusted assault: 172

Japanese adjusted defense: 47

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

Allied Assault reduces fortifications to 2

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+), forts(+), disruption(-), fatigue(-)
experience(-)
Attacker:

Japanese ground losses:
212 casualties reported
Squads: 2 destroyed, 21 disabled
Non Combat: 3 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 1 destroyed, 0 disabled

Allied ground losses:
139 casualties reported
Squads: 1 destroyed, 19 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled

Assaulting units:
22nd Marine Regiment
14th NZ Brigade

Defending units:
1st Infantry Regiment
33rd Ind Engineer Regiment


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Nothing heard of the IJN carriers in a while now. Are they hanging back, angling for position to oppose invasions in the NE DEI, the Marianas, or are they preparing to try and catch the Prince of Wales on her way for repairs? She has fully pumped out and is waiting for one more escort before trying to make Colombo. Most likely she will then proceed right to Cape Town.

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1943 October 28

The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


Our subs got a merchant over night.

That Imperial Bde in China turned into two by the end of the day when the attack went in. 3rd Commando just arrived in hex and was not part of the attack. They will hang around to be part of the next one.
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Ground combat at 68,47 (near Kunming)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 27088 troops, 255 guns, 88 vehicles, Assault Value = 982

Defending force 12652 troops, 76 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 383

Allied adjusted assault: 431

Japanese adjusted defense: 1300

Allied assault odds: 1 to 3

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+)
Attacker:

Japanese ground losses:
285 casualties reported
Squads: 4 destroyed, 36 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 9 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled

Allied ground losses:
1398 casualties reported
Squads: 20 destroyed, 72 disabled
Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 18 disabled
Engineers: 2 destroyed, 21 disabled
Guns lost 17 (3 destroyed, 14 disabled)

Assaulting units:
12th Chinese Corps
6th Australian Division
95th Chinese Corps
3rd Commando Brigade
7th New Chinese Corps
6th War Area
1st Group Army
26th Group Army

Defending units:
8th Ind.Mixed Brigade
67th Infantry Brigade



The troops NE of Tsuyung will attack tomorrow even though one unit still needs rest. What looks like a regiment has now arrived at Tsuyung, and they will be attacked as soon as supply allows. In other words, it does not so allow right now. Supply in Kunming is even worse, with 9th Australian Division out completely. Ramree Island has been handling so much supply that even the crocodiles have been put to work.

CL Emerald and her escort played rope a dope at Moulmein after a very blase bombardment. I mistakenly left the TF ordered to 'Remain on Station' and that they did, through Betty and Nick raids without taking a single hit! Two supply hits made by the B-24 groups on Pegu. The isolated Imperial Bde near Lashio attacked again and lost more of its strength. I'll let them banzai to their own destruction.

B-24s from Darwin hit the port at Ambon in response to recon of two support ships there, the idea being to make it unfriendly for the IJN to operate combat forces in the area.
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Morning Air attack on Ambon , at 76,109

Weather in hex: Heavy cloud

Raid detected at 65 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 22 minutes

Allied aircraft
B-24J Liberator x 22

No Allied losses

Japanese Ships
ACM Shofuku Maru #2, Bomb hits 1, and is sunk
AD Cheribon Maru, Bomb hits 2, heavy fires, heavy damage

Port hits 17
Port fuel hits 7
Port supply hits 1

Aircraft Attacking:
10 x B-24J Liberator bombing from 10000 feet
Port Attack: 10 x 500 lb GP Bomb
2 x B-24J Liberator bombing from 10000 feet
Port Attack: 10 x 500 lb GP Bomb
10 x B-24J Liberator bombing from 10000 feet
Port Attack: 10 x 500 lb GP Bomb



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Three P-38 groups also out of Darwin swept Dili, making almost a clear path for various bombers to hit a convoy there. One hit was scored by a B-25C while others and numerous Australian FB harassed the targets. The big damage was done by the B-25D1 models with crew trained in strafing and low naval attack.
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Morning Air attack on TF, near Dili at 71,115

Weather in hex: Light rain

Raid spotted at 5 NM, estimated altitude 8,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 1 minutes

Allied aircraft
B-25D1 Mitchell x 8

No Allied losses

Japanese Ships
xAK Konan Maru, Bomb hits 1, on fire
xAK Nansin Maru, Shell hits 6
xAK Nitii Maru, Bomb hits 3, heavy fires, heavy damage
xAK Tosei Maru, Shell hits 16
xAK Enju Maru, Bomb hits 3, on fire
AK Kinka Maru, Shell hits 9

Japanese ground losses:
448 casualties reported
Squads: 4 destroyed, 17 disabled
Non Combat: 3 destroyed, 5 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 7 (2 destroyed, 5 disabled)

Aircraft Attacking:
8 x B-25D1 Mitchell bombing and strafing from low level
Naval Attack: 6 x 500 lb SAP Bomb



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Morning Air attack on TF, near Dili at 71,115

Weather in hex: Light rain

Raid spotted at 1 NM, estimated altitude 8,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 0 minutes

Allied aircraft
B-25D1 Mitchell x 8

Allied aircraft losses
B-25D1 Mitchell: 1 damaged

Japanese Ships
xAK Enju Maru, Bomb hits 2, on fire
xAK Nitii Maru, Shell hits 3, heavy fires, heavy damage
xAK Nansin Maru, Bomb hits 2, heavy fires
xAK Shofuku Maru, Shell hits 3
xAK Kinjosan Maru, Bomb hits 4, heavy fires
AK Kinka Maru, Shell hits 16
xAK Kanko Maru, Bomb hits 3, heavy fires, heavy damage
xAK Syoryu Maru

Japanese ground losses:
337 casualties reported
Squads: 7 destroyed, 28 disabled
Non Combat: 3 destroyed, 20 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 9 (6 destroyed, 3 disabled)

Aircraft Attacking:
8 x B-25D1 Mitchell bombing and strafing from low level
Naval Attack: 6 x 500 lb SAP Bomb



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Afternoon Air attack on TF, near Dili at 71,115

Weather in hex: Overcast

Raid spotted at 8 NM, estimated altitude 7,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 2 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 2

Allied aircraft
B-25D1 Mitchell x 16

No Japanese losses

Allied aircraft losses
B-25D1 Mitchell: 6 damaged

Japanese Ships
AK Kinka Maru, Bomb hits 4, heavy fires, heavy damage
xAK Tosei Maru, Shell hits 16, Bomb hits 2, on fire
xAK Kanko Maru, Bomb hits 8, heavy fires, heavy damage
xAK Kinjosan Maru, Shell hits 30, Bomb hits 1, heavy fires, heavy damage
xAK Konan Maru, Bomb hits 4, heavy fires, heavy damage
xAK Syoryu Maru
xAK Nitii Maru, Shell hits 10, heavy fires, heavy damage

Japanese ground losses:
402 casualties reported
Squads: 48 destroyed, 16 disabled
Non Combat: 11 destroyed, 1 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 18 (16 destroyed, 2 disabled)

Aircraft Attacking:
16 x B-25D1 Mitchell bombing and strafing from low level
Naval Attack: 6 x 500 lb SAP Bomb

CAP engaged:
381 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (1 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
1 plane(s) intercepting now.
1 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 10000 , scrambling fighters to 5000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 19 minutes



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Biak did not fall, but must tomorrow. Our units are only 10% and 11% disrupted.
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Ground combat at Biak (87,110)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 8441 troops, 80 guns, 40 vehicles, Assault Value = 270

Defending force 3833 troops, 26 guns, 5 vehicles, Assault Value = 75

Allied adjusted assault: 128

Japanese adjusted defense: 45

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

Allied Assault reduces fortifications to 1

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

Japanese ground losses:
313 casualties reported
Squads: 3 destroyed, 21 disabled
Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 1 disabled
Engineers: 3 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 4 (1 destroyed, 3 disabled)

Allied ground losses:
94 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 12 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled

Assaulting units:
22nd Marine Regiment
14th NZ Brigade

Defending units:
1st Infantry Regiment
33rd Ind Engineer Regiment


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Bombardment of Yap continued with good results. It's practice for our ships' crews and costs the Empire supply and some planes, as well as ground assets destroyed. Prince William has remained with her CVE task force, which is heading to Manus to replenish. There are also tankers and oilers heading there as all fuel has been drained. There is not a general fuel shortage in the theater, it's just that fuel is being stockpiled at Truk in anticipation of the Marianas invasions about to begin.

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Here is a pic of some interlopers - trying to evade detection in an Allied lake!




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Sneaky Admiral Wa launches barges to ferry troop from Maleolap, et al, to Kwajalein.  Will he try to evacuate these troops by ak/ap back to the Mariannas?  If so, I am sure the Allies will put an eye on him and reduce the lot to fish food. 

Good progress and even China is a bit brighter.  We readers prepare for the Marianna campaign.  That should be very interesting,  Just a guess, but I think Wa will fight hard there.

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China is a bit brighter, but Kunming is in more danger now. It's the supply game!

He will fight hard in the Marianas, but will he use the carriers? I'm not sure that he will. If he does the search out of Babeldaob will help with warning. The only surprise route in is from pretty much straight north, which I should be able to partially close down with the capture of Rota. He's got lots of fighters, some bombers, and various search aircraft in the Marianas now.

When the troops go into Rota, which is only a size 1 air base, I plan to hit Guam, Tinian, and Saipan with naval bombardments. I haven't decided on the mix of bombardment assets yet. In two or three turns I'll have a TF of 3x modern CL make a run at Guam, mainly hoping to ruin the bunch of DD that are seen in port there. They are going to start their high-speed run from right next to Woleai, hopefully masking their intended target.

He's only recently started to put some bombers in the Marianas, and the number is so small I wonder if they are really doing mostly search? I think I saw about 10 recently. A short time ago when I saw only 6 they were Bettys making raids against the search outpost on Satawal. Here is a run down of the latest recon, south to north.

Guam
Port: 2(2)
Airfield: 5(5)
Stacking: 35,000
Task Forces: None
Ships: 5 (3x SS, 2x DD) {Have been many DD other turns lately.}

Fighters: 23
Bombers: 10
Auxiliary: 6

Units: 14
Troops: 29,250
Guns: 296
AFV: 165


Rota

Port: 1(0)
Airfield: 1(3)
Stacking: 35,000
Task Forces: None
Ships: 0

Fighters: 0
Bombers: 0
Auxiliary: 0

Units: 2
Troops: 4,620
Guns: 15
AFV: 0


Tinian
Port: 1(1)
Airfield: 3(4)
Stacking: 35,000
Task Forces: (1 Ship; 1x AM)
Ships: 1 (1x AM)

Fighters: 53
Bombers: 0
Auxiliary: 0

Units: 13
Troops: 38,940
Guns: 340
AFV: 54


Saipan
Port: 3(1)
Airfield: 3(4)
Stacking: 35,000
Task Forces: None
Ships: 4 (1x TK, 3x ACM)

Fighters: 58
Bombers: 4
Auxiliary: 12

Units: 14
Troops: 39,440
Guns: 279
AFV: 122


Anatham
Port: 0(0)
Airfield: 1(2)
Stacking: 35,000
Task Forces: None
No Recon

Almagan
Port: 0(0)
Airfield: 1(1)
Stacking: 25,000
Task Forces: None
No Recon

Pagan
Port: 1(1)
Airfield: 2(2)
Stacking: 35,000
Task Forces: None
Ships: 4 (1x AP, 1x AR)

Fighters: 0
Bombers: 17
Auxiliary: 16

Units: 7
Troops: 28,940
Guns: 212
AFV: 102


Agrihan
Port: 0(0)
Airfield: 1(2)
Stacking: 35,000
Task Forces: None
No Recon

So it's pretty obvious he plans to fight. You can bet he has loads and loads of supply on hand, too.

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RE: 1943 October 28 - 12/21/2013 6:02:07 PM   
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Ohhhh, good recon picture.  Well done.

Yes, while it looks like he is preparing, I am not sure he is fully prepared at this point.  Hopefully, you will launch the invasion before he has completed his preparations.  Just a feeling, but I think his CVs will make an appearance in defense of the "inner perimeter".  The odds aren't going to get any better as your CV/CVL strength is just going to increase and increase.  So, I think he will try and challenge you in the Mariannas.

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Ohhhh, good recon picture.  Well done.

Yes, while it looks like he is preparing, I am not sure he is fully prepared at this point.  Hopefully, you will launch the invasion before he has completed his preparations.  Just a feeling, but I think his CVs will make an appearance in defense of the "inner perimeter".  The odds aren't going to get any better as your CV/CVL strength is just going to increase and increase.  So, I think he will try and challenge you in the Mariannas.


I still have a bunch of ships that need their fall '43 upgrades. Some fast BB, two of the Yorktowns (the third is almost repaired and upgraded at SF), the Lexingtons, and probably still some DD. I'm not sure any CA or CL need any. I've been able to get most or maybe all of the Fletchers done along with some other DD. One of the Lexingtons also has some damaged devices. I would love to get those done before the Marianas, but I think it more important to move on the Marianas without delay.

I have a lot of Hellcats in the pool and wonder if I should upgrade the CVE squadrons to Hellcats to take advantage of that? One or two of them arrived with Hellcats, but the rest sport various marks of Wildcat.

I also have (I think) 4x 36-plane groups of carrier trained USN fighters. I could pull some DB squadrons to get on board more Hellcats and some Corsairs.

Most of my rationale for bombarding the other bases when we invade Rota is not about the bombers there, rather about suppressing the fighters so they can not be as much use in a carrier battle. I figure they would also be tough on our escorts and attack planes even if no enemy carriers were involved.

And if IJN carriers do show up, we've got subs covering most areas of the launch perimeter, so at least they'll get in some pot shots.


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Not sure about upgrading the Wildcats on the CVEs at this point.  The Wildcats can still be useful in escort and ground attack roles.  I guess it depends on what he is flying right now as his first rate fighter.  However, if you decide to do so, I really don't think you would be making a mistake as the USN fighter pools tend to be more resilent that the Army pools.  Maybe convert a few CVEs to Hellcats, but keep enough of a Hellcat pool to make good losses that you will take in the Mariannas battle.

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1943 October 29

The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:
Biak

There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


No successful sub attacks our night, but our own escorts did savage one or two Imperial subs, which is always better than the alternative.

Frustration in China, as the attack NE of Tsuyung continues to come up short. Those troops shall recover and await adequate resupply before going again.
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Ground combat at 69,45 (near Tsuyung)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 43302 troops, 594 guns, 284 vehicles, Assault Value = 1098

Defending force 10038 troops, 87 guns, 38 vehicles, Assault Value = 225

Allied adjusted assault: 479

Japanese adjusted defense: 562

Allied assault odds: 1 to 2

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

Japanese ground losses:
346 casualties reported
Squads: 12 destroyed, 40 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled

Allied ground losses:
1618 casualties reported
Squads: 39 destroyed, 77 disabled
Non Combat: 9 destroyed, 14 disabled
Engineers: 2 destroyed, 7 disabled
Guns lost 20 (8 destroyed, 12 disabled)

Assaulting units:
27th Infantry Division
35th Chinese Corps
11th (East African) Division
3rd Prov Chinese Corps
7th War Area

Defending units:
17th/A Division
RGC Capital Brigade
34th/A Division


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Only 1 supply hit in Burma, that in the naval bombardment of Moulmein, which also netted other hits and 15 damaged fighters (costing supply to repair, I hope). In either 3 or 4 days the next attack will go in SW of Toungoo. Prince of Wales (at Ramree Island) is ordered to readiness mode for her journey. Today the very last unit with '42 Indian infantry squads upgraded to '43 squads. The trapped regiment has about spent themselves so the 2nd Burma Bde will now attack.
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Ground combat at 62,45 (near Lashio)

Japanese Shock attack

Attacking force 1880 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 8

Defending force 3872 troops, 10 guns, 51 vehicles, Assault Value = 89

Japanese adjusted assault: 0

Allied adjusted defense: 334

Japanese assault odds: 1 to 99

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+), op mode(-), leaders(+), fatigue(-), morale(-)
experience(-)
Attacker: shock(+), disruption(-), fatigue(-), supply(-)

Japanese ground losses:
211 casualties reported
Squads: 14 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Assaulting units:
55th Infantry Regiment

Defending units:
2nd Burma Brigade
330th Construction Regiment
1st Bombay Construction Battalion


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I'm worried enough about the situation at and SE of Kunming that the B-24 groups that have been targeting Pegu will now switch their attention to the enemy troops SE of Kunming.

Biak is ours.
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Ground combat at Biak (87,110)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 8412 troops, 80 guns, 40 vehicles, Assault Value = 264

Defending force 3339 troops, 25 guns, 2 vehicles, Assault Value = 50

Allied adjusted assault: 165

Japanese adjusted defense: 17

Allied assault odds: 9 to 1 (fort level 1)

Allied forces CAPTURE Biak !!!

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+), disruption(-)
Attacker:

Japanese ground losses:
324 casualties reported
Squads: 2 destroyed, 21 disabled
Non Combat: 7 destroyed, 4 disabled
Engineers: 2 destroyed, 0 disabled
Guns lost 12 (10 destroyed, 2 disabled)
Vehicles lost 2 (2 destroyed, 0 disabled)
Units destroyed 1

Allied ground losses:
38 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 11 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled

Assaulting units:
22nd Marine Regiment
14th NZ Brigade

Defending units:
1st Infantry Regiment
33rd Ind Engineer Regiment



The base is pretty well trashed with port: 97, airfield 97/29. It looks like the infantry regiment is still holding out.

Here is an overview map.




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1943 October 30

The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


Several sub vs escort battles over night, with us losing a sub and the enemy perhaps losing two plus an escort.

In China the usual carnage continues, with the next attack in the north destroying one of our heroic units and making it easier for the creeping hordes to creep ever farther into the hinterlands. Our forces NE of Tsuyung are still recovering and resupplying. Units SE of Kunming are battered but faring a bit better disruption-wise as some bombing has shifted to Kunming, and their supply situation is good. At Kunming supply is poor with 9th Australian Div still having none. At Tsuyung supply is better but still inadequate. Between Tsuyung and Kunming supply is good.

All of the additional units for the next attack SW of Toungoo have arrived there and are proceeding to the front. Arrival in three days with attack ordered for the fourth day from now. The bombardment of Moulmein achieved nothing, but a submarine was sunk on the way in. At least no ships were torpedoed. The trapped IJA regiment near Lashio is still holding on but our unit is gaining experience at little risk.

The bombardment of Guam went well but I was hoping for a more concerted attack on ships in port.
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Night Naval bombardment of Guam at 106,95

Japanese aircraft
no flights

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-84a Frank: 15 damaged
Ki-84a Frank: 1 destroyed on ground
N1K1-J George: 5 damaged
N1K1-J George: 1 destroyed on ground
G4M1 Betty: 12 damaged
G4M1 Betty: 1 destroyed on ground

Japanese Ships
DD Oyashio, Shell hits 1, heavy damage

Allied Ships
CL Mobile
CL Columbia
CL Denver

Japanese ground losses:
440 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled
Non Combat: 9 destroyed, 33 disabled
Engineers: 1 destroyed, 2 disabled

Airbase hits 24
Airbase supply hits 8
Runway hits 66

SOC-1 Seagull acting as spotter for CL Mobile
CL Mobile firing at Guam
CL Columbia firing at 12th Division
CL Denver firing at Guam
Massive explosion on DD Oyashio


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Guam airfield recons as 25% damaged with only 5 fighters and 2 bombers present (always good to send Betty home), which tells me that the modern 6 inch cruiser guns will do the job on at least some of the Marianas airfields. Saipan with its naval fortress might require bigger attention. Most of the Rota invasion forces have begun loading along the coast of New Guinea and the rest will begin loading tomorrow. Some convoys will stop at Manus to pick up additional supply.

The full-speed run added to the bombardment group's wear and tear. Most of the ships will try to get some minor repairs done at Truk.




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The Empire captured:


The Allies captured:


There were Imperial amphibious operations at:


There were Allied amphibious operations at:


The troops NE of Tsuyung are well recovered but need more supply to attack. That is the story all over the front in the mountains of China.

The bombardment of Moulmein went very well.
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Night Naval bombardment of Moulmein at 55,55

Japanese aircraft
no flights

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-84a Frank: 2 damaged
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 18 damaged
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 1 destroyed on ground

Allied Ships
CL Emerald

Japanese ground losses:
19 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Airbase supply hits 1
Runway hits 10
Port hits 2

CL Emerald firing at Moulmein


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Guam airfield still recons at 27% damaged. The troops and supply for the invasion of Rota are still loading, with Manus set as the rendezvous point. CVE Prince William will need about a month and a half at Manus to effect full repairs.

Lake Marshall is still infested, but the boys are working on it.




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