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RE: Stepping on the Giant - vicberg vs. Wolfpack464 - R... - 1/28/2012 3:45:17 PM   
vicberg

 

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January 13th, 1942

A week of fairly quiet turns.

PM, Horn invaded. I have a division on Batavia and a regiment on Soerabaja. There's not enough to take any of these locations. The Guards Brigade from Toyko is loading out of Truk for PM. The 82nd SNLF is loading out of truk for Horn. The KB is in the Solomons.

In PI, I continue to alternate between bombarding and attacking Clark. That continues to be a grind.

In China, his forces, south of Sian, are decimated. He's trying to extract them, but not fast enough. I continue to sit on Changsha and bombard him daily. He's moved 10 units into Ichang in an attempt to dislodge me there, but my forts have held with high losses to his troops. I'm moving reinforcements into Ichang. In the south, Kukong fell and I'm moving on Kanshien. Those are the last forces putting up resistence in the south. All told, the China war is going very well.

In Malaysia, he's put forth a forward defense. I beat him out of Lampur and 4 armored regiments have been chasing him down to Jhota Bharu. Just north of Jhota, the Imperial Division got into the fight and what was interesting is that 12 allied units retreated to east to Mersing instead of south to Jhota. He never moved his units from Mersing south, so I have 14 units trapped in Mersing as the Imperial division and armor moves south into Jhota and supporting regiments protect my supply lines. I'm ground striking Mersing daily, so I doubt he'll be able to extract those units before I can cut them off. My recon is showing 5 units in Jhota, 14 in Mersing and 17 in Singapore. I'm hoping Singapore will be fairly easy to take.

Once Singers and PI falls, I'll start phase 2.


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RE: Stepping on the Giant - vicberg vs. Wolfpack464 - R... - 1/31/2012 4:11:25 PM   
vicberg

 

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January 18th, 1942

The Mini-KB attacked Perth. It's scored quite a few hits on various transports, tankers and AMCs. Unfortunately, it doesn't really have the juice by itself. But I put numerous subs between Perth and Melbourne. I sunk an AO fleeing Perth and got the following at Kings Island. So that's two torps in two CVs. Saratoga is still listed as sunk, but I highly doubt it. At least I know where Enterprise is. When more CVs come into the mix I'll create two CarDivs which will have more punch.

Sub attack near King Island at 78,172

Japanese Ships
SS I-20

Allied Ships
CV Enterprise, Torpedo hits 1
CA Indianapolis
DD Benham
DD Porter
DD Mahan
DD Fanning
DD Dunlap


On the other side of OZ, the KB is about to port strike Rockhampton. It will continue a downward swing to Sydney. More subs are positioned to catch strays on that side.

In other areas, the Imperial Div is attacking Jhota Bharu. I have armored regiments attacking Mersing. Ground strikes support both operations. The 25th HQ plus supporting regiments are a day away.

In PI, the attacks on Clark are improving. Once Clark falls, Manilla will fall quickly and then Bataan.

Ground combat at Clark Field (79,76)

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 47202 troops, 553 guns, 397 vehicles, Assault Value = 1374

Defending force 34598 troops, 704 guns, 312 vehicles, Assault Value = 843

Japanese adjusted assault: 1154

Allied adjusted defense: 1036

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

Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 0

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

Japanese ground losses:
2021 casualties reported
Squads: 7 destroyed, 226 disabled
Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 31 disabled
Engineers: 3 destroyed, 14 disabled
Guns lost 27 (1 destroyed, 26 disabled)
Vehicles lost 62 (32 destroyed, 30 disabled)

Allied ground losses:
1552 casualties reported
Squads: 15 destroyed, 170 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 26 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 6 disabled
Guns lost 19 (5 destroyed, 14 disabled)


In China, I continue to cause major casualties. The Chinese have given up on Iching and are moving out. I have 16 Chinese units trapped between the 23rd and 13th armies around Kanhsien. I continue to sit on Changsha, preventing production, and I'm pushing north towards Sian. There's still 18 Chinese units trapped between the 1st and Northern China Armies and Sian.

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