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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/8/2012 8:18:23 PM   
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12/15/41 What did I tell you about the nitrocellulose shortage in Japan? Yesterday one of my more powerful warships single handedly scared off a Japanes BB TF! They must have been out of ammo. I would have hunted them down, but I was low on fuel.






Oh Donner und Blitzen, it's probably better if you don't announce when your own ships sink, on the chance that I don't know for sure.


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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/8/2012 8:46:41 PM   
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I believe this behavior might be explained by the single ship TF encouter "bug".. I have read it is a reason that many find single ship TF's screening bigger TF's as gamey ... and require at least 2 ships in a TF ...

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/8/2012 9:32:27 PM   
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Thanks, I was thinking it was because of her girl's name, those Japanese really don't like strong women.

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/9/2012 2:50:22 AM   
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I believe I know where the IJN CVs are, but thunderstorms cloak him, as might be expected from Raijin, the god of thunder and lightening. I call upon Fujin, the god of wind, to blow away these storms and reveal to me my prey.







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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/10/2012 5:40:24 AM   
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12/16/41 Slow day, not much to report, but I believe Raijin has once again used paratroopers against me, this time to block retreating Brits heading for Singapore. This kind of behavior is really starting to p*** me off. Isn't this against the rules or something?

vontiger, is it possible that the Kongo/Haruna TF was still tasked with a bombardment mission when it encountered my Super Battleship/Battlecruiser DeathStar Joan Moller? Normally I believe, TFs with a bombardment mission revert to Surface Combat Mission after their bombardment mission is complete, but if in this case it was otherwise, this might explain the peculiar behavior, aside from the "bug" Crackaces cited.

By now you may not be able to ascertain that info, but perhaps you took note of it at the time.

Ignore that first bit about the paratroopers, he took a major road from Mersing. My eyes aren't that bad, don't know why I didn't see it.

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/10/2012 10:52:29 AM   
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12/16/41 Slow day, not much to report, but I believe Raijin has once again used paratroopers against me, this time to block retreating Brits heading for Singapore. This kind of behavior is really starting to p*** me off. Isn't this against the rules or something?

vontiger, is it possible that the Kongo/Haruna TF was still tasked with a bombardment mission when it encountered my Super Battleship/Battlecruiser DeathStar Joan Moller? Normally I believe, TFs with a bombardment mission revert to Surface Combat Mission after their bombardment mission is complete, but if in this case it was otherwise, this might explain the peculiar behavior, aside from the "bug" Crackaces cited.

By now you may not be able to ascertain that info, but perhaps you took note of it at the time.

Paratroopers are not in Malaya and I am being careful how I use them in the Philippines. Except for the drop on top of a unit I have not cut any of your forces off!!

No I checked it was surface mission, they had ammo, I suspect the bug, it actually happened a day earlier but the same Japanese TF had a 2nd crack and attacked that time. Again it was 1 AK or AKL on its own.


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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/10/2012 11:01:54 AM   
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12/15/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land
Attacked 51,76- 109 IJA to 623 Allies, Allies retreated
Attacked 84,52- 262 IJA to 211 Chinese, Chinese retreated
Attacked 88,46- 69 IJA to 1385 Chinese, 51st Chinese Corp was destroyed
Bombardment Hong Kong- 58 Allies
Captured Kudat
Captured Mauban
Captured Nauru- 10 IJN to 89 Australian- Wren Det. Destroyed
Captured Talasea

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings
Regular Malay ground/af bombings
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Bomb Manila- SS Sealion 2 bomb, SS Searaven no longer in port, SS Seawolf 1 bomb
Sweep Singapore- Clear
Naval Bombing 92,91- AS Otus 7 bombs sunk
Naval Bombing near Woleai- DD Pilbury, AO Pecos 2 bomb heavy fire

Navy
Amphibious Nauru

Sub
SS I-7, SS I-170, SS I-162 fire torps all miss

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/10/2012 11:13:25 AM   
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12/16/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land- Not a bad day in China 159 IJA to 7714 Chinese (48 to 1)
Attacked 51,76- 120 British, British retreat
Attacked 81,73- 87 PA, PA retreated
Attacked 83,52- 59 IJA to 4046 Chinese, Chinese retreated
Attacked 84,52- 71 IJA to 854 Chinese, Chinese retreated
Attacked 88,46- 7 IJA to 1217 Chinese, 69th Corp destroyed
Attacked 89,56- 22 IJA to 1597 Chinese, Chinese retreating
Attacked Hong Kong- 409 IJA to 303 Allies, Allies held
Captured Batangas

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings
Regular Malay ground/af bombings
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Bomb Manila- SS Seawolf 1 bomb, last listed sub
Sweep Singapore- Clear
Naval Bombing near Guam- AKL Tauraus 1 bomb fire
Naval bombing Rabual- AKL Pulganbar, AK Centaur 2 bomb heavy fires

Navy
Amphibious Singkawang

Sub
SS I-175 1 shell attacks AKL Regulus 21 shell heavy fire/dam
SS I-7 fires torp misses

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/10/2012 11:16:54 AM   
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The last game I was going to show my air to air pilots after every 90 turns. I decided to do the first one at 10 and then go to every 50 after that.

So air to air combat except over Manila and only the P35/P26 its not been much, these planes have now been disbanded, shot out of the sky or both.

Seems all bombers/fighters have been pulled back this time and consolidated I suspect. Time will tell.




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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/10/2012 6:31:16 PM   
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Guess I'll do the same.






Pathetic, isn't it.

Raijin is moving much faster and more urgently than in our first game, in all theaters.

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/10/2012 6:39:22 PM   
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Guess this is why.






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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/11/2012 7:43:16 PM   
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12/18/41 One of my hunter-killer ships encountered an enemy TF off Rabaul. Unfortunately she evaded the TF rather than sinking it as per her instructions. I was about to fire the captain later that day but she was sunk by Kates before I was able to.





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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/11/2012 7:44:06 PM   
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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/12/2012 3:55:20 AM   
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12/17/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land-
Attacked 87,48- 743 IJA to 345 Chinese, Chinese retreat
Attacked 90,48- 64 Chinese, Chinese retreated
Attacked Hong Kong- 331 IJA to 73 Allies, Allies held
Captured Singkawang- 48 IJN to 325 Allied
Captured Taiping
Captured Wuchow

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings- 210 Chinese
Regular Malay ground/af bombings- 189 Indian
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Sweep Singapore- Clear
Sweep Samarinda- 1 B339D Des
Naval Bombing near Feni Islands- AM Whippoorwill 3 bomb sunk + AM Lark 3 bomb sunk
Naval bombing Rabual- AK Momba 8 bomb sunk + AM Penguin 3 torp sunk

Navy
Amphibious Puerto Princesa
Amphibious Singkawang

Sub
SS I-160 fires torp misses

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/12/2012 4:05:49 AM   
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12/18/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land-
Attacked 92,49- 5 Chinese, Chinese Held
Captured Clark Field- 19 IJA to 596 US, Subic Bay Defenses Des
Captured Davao- 141 PA
Attacked Hong Kong- 254 IJA to 176 Allies, Allies held
Captured Johore Baru
Captured Ocean Island- 36 IJN to 120 Australian- Heron Det Des
Captured Puerto Princesa- 206 PA- 2nd PI Base Force Des, 3 OS2U-3 Des

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings- 119 Chinese
Regular Malay ground/af bombings- 189 Indian
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Sweep Singapore- Clear
Naval Bombing near Manus- AKL Sagoland 2 bomb Heavy fire/dam

Navy
Amphibious Manado
Amphibious Ocean Island
Surface combat Rabaul- AKL Pulganbar 3 Shell sunk, AK Johanne Justesen 1 shell+2 torp sunk, AK Lancaster 9 shell sunk
Naval bombardment Rabaul- 39 Allies, Hudson I 1 Dam, Catalina I 2 dam+ 1 des

Sub

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/14/2012 9:03:56 PM   
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12/21/41 There's a TF with 4 CAs parked at Rabaul and what appears to be a landing force about to arrive. Two days back Mutsu and Yamashiro bombarded Rabaul. The last time we played vontiger took Wake early and I distracted him by retaking it shortly after. His CVs (or some of them) were tied up in the area because of that. He retook Wake of course but I had a counter invasion TF waiting outside his search plane radius to retake it again! His CVs kept hanging around so I eventually sent my invasion forces back to Pearl.
Meanwhile he didn't send an invasion TF to Rabaul until I'd already reinforced it considerably. When he saw that he took Kavieng instead and set it up as a bomber base to support his subsequent invasion and capture of Rabaul, but this did not occur until late March.
I didn't think that trick would work again, and it didn't. He captured Kavieng much earlier and is blocking (destroying) any ships I send that way. He is going to be much more difficult this time around.

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/16/2012 9:04:17 AM   
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12/19/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land-
Attacked 92,49- 149 Chinese, Chinese Retreated
Captured Cabanatuan
Captured Chuhsien
Attacked Tsiaotso- 890 IJA to 464 Chinese, Chinese held

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings-
Regular Malay ground/af bombings-
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Port Bombing Manila- SS Sealion 1 bomb, heavy dam
Naval Bombing near Manus- AKL Sagoland 2 bomb Heavy fire/dam

Navy
Surface combat Rabaul- AK Yunnan 15 shells sunk, AK Beltana 3 shells sunk

Sub

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/16/2012 9:11:20 AM   
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12/20/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land-
Attacked at Changsha- 801 IJA to 4619 Chinese, IJA Held
Attacked Hong Kong- 180 IJA to 287 Allies, Allies Held
Attacked Jesselton- 7 IJN to 16 British, British Held
Captured Kanshien
Attacked Manado- 85 IJ to 37 Dutch, Dutch Held

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings-
Regular Malay ground/af bombings- 102 Allies
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Port Bombing Manila- SS Searaven 1 bomb heavy dam, SS Sealion 1 bomb heavy dam

Navy
Amphibious Ternate
Surface combat near Singkep- AK Kiansu 22 shell sunk, AKL Jalatarang 11 Shell sunk

Sub

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/16/2012 9:19:37 AM   
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12/21/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land-
Bombardment Hong Kong- 55 Allies
Captured Manado- 61 IJ to 792 Dutch, Dutch Retreated
Captured Ternate- 122 Dutch, Ternate Det. Base Force Des, PBY-5 Catalina 1 Des
Bombardment at Rabaul- 26 IJA

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings-
Regular Malay ground/af bombings-
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Port Bombing Manila- SS Searaven 1 bomb heavy dam- I have no idea if any have been sunk... But they seem to be able to take alot of bomb hits
Bombing Wake- 18 US, A6M2 1 Des

Navy
Amphibious Rabaul

Sub
SS I-21 193,103 AVD McFarland 1 torp heavy dam
SS I-175 Pearl Harbour AM Bobolink 2 torp heavy dam

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/20/2012 5:04:48 AM   
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12/22/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land-
Attacked 106,123- 13 Australian, Australians retreat
Attacked 72,57- 172 IJA to 232 Chinese, Chinese Held
Attacked 81,74- 13 PA, 3rd/12 PA Inf Batt Destroyed
Attached 92,38 *SHOCK*- 565 IJA to 46 Chinese, Chinese Held
Attacked Hong Kong- 475 IJA to 219 Allies, 219 Allies
Captured Moulmein- 479 British, 6th Burma Rifles Batt Destroyed
Attacked Rabaul- 88 IJA to 84 Australian, Australians Held
Captured Wenchow

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings-
Regular Malay ground/af bombings-
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Changsha Bombing- AVG moved in- 8 Ki-51, 2 Ki-27b, 1 Ki-30
Bombing Wake- 18 US, A6M2 1 Des
CAP on TF Billiton- 1 B339D Flak, 6 B339D, 4 139WH-3, to 1 Zero

Navy
Amphibious Samarinda

Sub
SS RO-33 4 Hits

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/20/2012 5:14:38 AM   
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12/23/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land-
Attacked 50,77- 34 IJA to 344 Allied, 2 of 3 Allies retreat
Attacked Changsha- 2709 IJA to 738 Chinese, Chinese Held
Bombard Hong Kong- 40 Allies
Attacked Jesselton- 7 IJN to 11 British, British Held
Captured Samarinda- 11 IJA to 460 Duth
Captured Tsiaotso- 673 IJA to 4196 Chinese

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings-
Regular Malay ground/af bombings-
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Bombing Wake- 93 US, A6M2 1 Des
CAP on TF Billiton- 1 139WH-3 Flak, 3 B339D, 4 139WH-3
Manila Port Bomb- SS Sealion 1 bomb heavy, SS Seawolf 1 bomb heavy

Navy
Amphibious Billiton
Amphibious Sandakan
Amphibious Gorontalo

Sub
SS I-154 2 Hits
SS RO-63 AK Carolinian 1 torp, heavy dam

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/20/2012 5:26:30 AM   
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12/24/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land-
Attacked 50,77- 18 IJA to 343 Allied, Last Allied unit retreats
Captured Billiton
Captured Brunei- 477 British, 1 British unit des (either 107or100 RN Base Force)
Captured Gorontalo
Attacked Hong Kong- 34 IJA to 268 Allies, Allies Held
Attacked Jesselton- 12 IJN to 10 British, British Held
Captured Rabaul- 64 IJA to 47 Australian, Australians Held
Captured Sandakan
Attacked Wake- 670 IJN

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings-
Regular Malay ground/af bombings-
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Bombing Wake- 53 US, B5N1 1 Des
CAP on TF Billiton- 3 B339D, 2 139WH-3
Manila AF Bomb- 1 O-47A Des

Navy
Surface combat- HDML 1062+ 1063, 1 shell each sunk

Sub
(All action at Billiton)
SS KXVII, hits 6
SS KXIV, hits 1
SS O16, hits 3 - AK Syoka Maru, Torpedo hits 1, heavy damage
SS KXV- APD Fuji, Torpedo hits 1, heavy damage

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/20/2012 5:32:14 AM   
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12/25/1941

Reported losses for this day are as follows:
Land-
Captured Georgetown- 453 British, Penang Fortress Destroyed
Attacked Hong Kong- 70 IJA to 224 Allies, Allies Held
Captured Kuala Lumpur
Captured Pegu

Air
Regular Chinese ground bombings-
Regular Malay ground/af bombings-
Regular Filipino ground/af bombings
Night Bombing Changsha- 1 H81-A3 Dam, 1 H81-A3 Des
CAP on TF Billiton- 1 B339D, 1 139WH-3

Navy
Bombardment Wake- 305 US, Kitakami 1 hit

Sub
(All action at Billiton)
SS KXVI, hits 4

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/20/2012 9:10:52 PM   
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Getting a little uneasy about not knowing where his carriers are.






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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/22/2012 8:33:30 PM   
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12/28/41 A Japanese sub took a crack at the Enterprise near SF and missed. I've received a report of 3 CV's and 1 CVE SE of Wake heading east. These are aside from the light carriers supporting the invasion of Wake.

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/22/2012 8:47:24 PM   
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It's safe now for me to report the following:






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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/25/2012 10:47:39 AM   
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Hey you guys......can I ask questions in this AAR? Okay, I realize that I just asked a question, I mean can I ask another one? Ooops I just asked another one. You know what I mean.

I see you're both posting in one AAR......How's that working out OPSEC-wise. I mean are you delaying your post or something? Or does it just not matter when there are breeches of OPSEC? I'm asking because Jim Moore and I are both posting in his AAR and I've already run into an OPSEC situation and had to disguise my forces in the picture.

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/25/2012 12:50:30 PM   
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Larry,

Don't worry about it. OPSEC? we dont need no stinkin OPSEC!!! LOL - I notice vontiger is posting more reports on action, Rookie's opinion - Good AAR so far.

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/25/2012 6:48:47 PM   
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There is indeed a gret deal of intellegnce here .. for one I highly suspect that the Allies are forming an alliance with the Martians .. . forget Navajo .. "ACK ..ACK ACK .. ACK ACK ACK ..." Soon ray guns at Lunga ...

Of course, the IJ will counter with Japaneese Opera ...

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RE: Gorn to be wild. vontiger(J) vs geofflambert(A) re... - 5/25/2012 8:52:07 PM   
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Hey you guys......can I ask questions in this AAR? Okay, I realize that I just asked a question, I mean can I ask another one? Ooops I just asked another one. You know what I mean.

I see you're both posting in one AAR......How's that working out OPSEC-wise. I mean are you delaying your post or something? Or does it just not matter when there are breeches of OPSEC? I'm asking because Jim Moore and I are both posting in his AAR and I've already run into an OPSEC situation and had to disguise my forces in the picture.



The only case where we've delayed posting for OPSEC reasons so far is the one preceding your query. You can see the date of the screen shot is Dec 21 and I posted it after the Dec 28 turn.
And yes ask away, we may have to delay the answers though. Glad to see you here.

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