From: Northwestern Georgia, USA
We've been called Georgia Backwoods, Georgia Blackwoods, etc. About 75% of our new subscribers ask for a "prescription." I think my client demographic is getting kinda old.
Sumatra: To my utter suprise, no major attack on Sabang today. I was sure it was coming, but no signs of nearby enemy carriers or combat ships and the strike aircraft were mostly quiet today (a few small raids, including some Helens that were mistreated by RAF fighter bombers at Langsa). I still think John's coming and soon, but what do I know? One possibility is that he might target Diego, which was woefully undergarrisoned a few weeks ago, but that has since been addressed. Nah. He's got to come for Sabang. An IJN 6-DD TF sank three xAP heading back to Colombo, but missed some tankers and, on an inbound course, a supply TF bringing in 18k.
Carriers: No sign of the KB or any other enemy carriers, which is surprising. Picket DE Stewart shows no signs of detection. The Allied carriers are somewhere south of Ceylon. I'm seriously weighing moving a fighter squadron or two to Sabang. I'm also weighing another strike on shipping near Port Blair, mainly to try to deal with those IJN destroyer-raider TFs that are giving my shipping fits. Probably won't, but want to mull it over.
Elsewhere: Nothing significant to report.
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