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posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 01:05 AM
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A few things I would like to clear up...

1) To what extent do politics play into winning this? For instance, Seoul is under the sights of thousands of NK artillery pieces, and politically, it would be a loss for SK if it were to take heavy damage. This however, might not be the same blow to the US, instead it would be a small loss.

2) How are we going to take into account force multipliers, such as a Rivit Joint? If we are going to try and make this realistic, there needs to be a way for intel to be gathered and used against your oponent without him knowing.

3) Do all of these nations need to actually become directly involved from the start? For instance, in real life China might (actually probably would) decide getting directly involved in this conflict would not be in thier best intrests. However, they might also decide that backing NK with weapons, intel, etc and having them win would be good. This also leaves open the possability for diplomocy within the game, and covert actions that lead to escilation of war (for instance, China publically does not get fully involved, but uses a SFs team to attack SK ships in port, but they are caught, and thus the allies now declare war on China).




posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 12:08 PM
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should isreal be added to the lsit of waring countries?



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 12:11 PM
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Originally posted by WERE_ALL_GONA_DIE
should isreal be added to the lsit of waring countries?


No, they are a regional power only...Unless we are going to have Iran/Syria make a move while the US is preoccupied.

But I think that would just make it more complicated.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 01:10 PM
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Military on high alert. This is not a test. Navy and Air force prepared and deployed for war. Mission...control and maintain the seas. Any advice from the allies please inform.

lets try to see if this map works.
www.defenselink.mil...



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 01:16 PM
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The United States demands the reason for Japan's reaction. Must provide information as to the reason why Japan is on high alert.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 01:53 PM
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National Security. We can not allow the element of surprise.

Japan’s Threat Scenario’s Covered in NDPO:

The NDPO stresses that Japan must be prepared to meet the following scenarios:

* Ballistic missile attacks.
* Terrorists attacks
* Invasion of Japanese remote islands.
* Intrusion into Japanese waters by armed naval vessels.
* Large scale disasters.

Actions Taken

That the Chinese threat perception weighs heavily on Japan can be seen by the following manifestations:

* Japan is engaged in a Southward shift of its armed forces form the North.
* Japan is upgrading airbases on islands in proximity of Senkakus and Taiwan e.g. Shimoji Shima Island.
* Japan is doubling its air-refueling capabilities for its extended Southern coverage.
* Japan is doubling its air transport fleet.

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Japan’s Revised Threat Perceptions:

During the Cold War, Japan’s threat perceptions focused on the former Soviet Union. In line with this Japanese defense postures focused on the military build up of the Northern Island of Hokkaido as a main base for countering a possible Soviet threat, in terms of army and air force assets. The Japanese Navy in conjunction with the US Navy was tasked for preventing the break-out of Soviet Naval forces from the Vladivostok area into the Western Pacific.

In the post-Cold War era, Japan seemed to be diluting the Russian threat in a graduated manner and hinting that China was emerging as a major threat in the region.

The new “National Defense Programme Outline 2004” (NDPO) reflects Japan’s changed security environment in the nine years that have elapsed since the last NDPO was issued.

The new NDPO significantly revises Japan’s threat perceptions. In 2004 Japanese security calculus, China and North Korea emerge as significant threats.

The China Threat Perception:

The ‘China threat perception’ of Japan can best be illustrated by quoting from a XINHUA news dispatch which stresses that:

* China along with North Korea have been singled out as a major threat.
* Japan for the first time has named certain countries as a major threat.
* Japan has now stressed that the modernization of Chinese armed forces need close scrutiny by Japan.
* Japan has further stressed that China is engaged in strengthening its military capabilities to deter USA’s military intervention in Taiwan Straits.
* Japan also views Chinese military build-up as leading to China’s emergence as the greatest military power in the Asia Pacific in the future.

In an earlier report, a Japanese 10 member advisory panel to Japanese Prime Minister on security issues had recommended that China be treated as a major threat by Japan.

Japan’s threat perceptions from China arises from the possibility of the following conflictual scenarios:

* US-China armed conflict over the Taiwan issue. Japan’s security commitments with USA will draw it into this conflict.
* Japan’s disputes with China over territorial issues (Senkaku Island) and ocean resources.
* China may conduct illegal moves to secure its interests in the East China Sea.

Japanese threat perceptions get fuelled by Chinese nationalists landing on disputed Islands and the surreptious movements of Chinese submarines in Japanese waters.

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SEOUL � North Korea threatened Thursday to turn Japan into a "nuclear sea of fire" if the United States attacks it with nuclear weapons, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported, quoting a North Korean newspaper report.

Rodong Sinmun, the newspaper of North Korea's Workers Party of Korea, said U.S. military bases in Japan would come under its attack in the event of a nuclear war.

"If the United States ignites a nuclear war, the U.S. military bases in Japan would serve as a detonating fuse to turn Japan into a nuclear sea of fire," the paper said in an article, according to Yonhap.

The threat comes as Japanese and U.S. reconnaissance information indicate that North Korea may be preparing to test-fire either a Rodong or a Taepodong ballistic missile or conduct a missile engine combustion test, Japanese government sources said Thursday

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In a move described to give the North Koreans more time to explain the fate of Japanese abductees, Japan decided Friday to delay imposing economic sanctions on North Korea. The DPRK recently warned Japan that it would consider any economic sanctions an act of war, and would physically retaliate. South Korea has been opposed to sanctions, citing that they would set back the multilateral denuclearization talks with North Korea.

www.atsnn.com...

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Poor Japan. It's surprising that it doesn't glow in the dark yet.
-Jonna (ATS)



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 02:01 PM
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Allies...should we start our own post? To be our center for intelligence?



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 02:06 PM
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The russain Federation annouces that we have changed our national athem to Attack-system of a down

Breathing each other's lives
Holding this in mind
That if we fall, we all fall
And we fall alone

The cold insincerity of steel machines
Have consumed our euphoria
Transforming us into muted dreams
Dreaming of the day that

We attack
Attack, attack your fetal servitude
We attack
Attack, attack, attack with pesticide
We attack
All the years of propaganda
We shall attack!

Bombs illustrate what we already know
Candles cry towards the sky
Racing your flags along polluted coast
Dreaming of the day that

We attack
Attack, attack your fetal servitude
We attack
Attack, attack, attack with pesticide
We attack
All the years of propaganda
We shall attack!

Attack! (Attack!)

Breathing each other's lives
Holding this in mind
That if we fall, we all fall
And we fall alone

Breathing each other's lives
Holding this in mind
That if we fall, we all fall
And we fall alone

Was the philosophy of displaced minds
The bombing of all homes and villages?
Truth is the only sword bleeding minds
Bleeding till the day that

We attack
Attack, attack your fetal servitude
We attack
Attack, attack, attack with pesticide
We attack
All the years of propaganda
We shall attack!

Attack all the homes and villages
Attack all the schools and hospitals
You attack all the rapes and pillages
We shall attack!

We shall attack!





posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 02:19 PM
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Japanese leaders and the citizens of Japan have come to the realization that the war on terror is no longer just a distant engagement. In December of 2003, the Tokyo Metropolitan government conducted bio-terrorism drills in the subway system, a chilling reminder of the 1995 sarin attacks. An article appearing in the Asahi Shimbun on December 20, 2003, speculated that Japan's skyscrapers would be tempting targets for terrorists. The Asahi weekly journal AERA also published an article in December questioning how prepared Tokyo is for terrorist attacks. One sensationalist report in the journal Shukan Bunshun made the claim that a group of Chechens had already made their way into Japan and were planning to carry out terror attacks there. Needless to say, Japan's citizens have become increasingly concerned about the sanctity of their homeland.

We need to secure our existence. If China gets involved we will seek new lands for our people.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 02:25 PM
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The Kitty Hawk battle group deploys from Japan, while the USS Ronald Regan battlegroup steps up preparations to deploy from San Diego.

We need an area the allies can talk over intel, and strategy.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 02:34 PM
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The Russian federation Has announce that our military (34 million men) is now on moderate alert and our fleet high alert



[edit on 2-12-2005 by WERE_ALL_GONA_DIE]



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 02:52 PM
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the PRC ambasadors in Tokyo , Wahington and at the United Nations wish to protest , in the strongest possible terms this blatant and unprovoked act of imperial agression by the japanese government

in the interests of peace , harmony and prosperity - the chinese government would advise the japanese government to stand down its military forces and purseue its grievances through the propper channels

off the record - " chinese sources " suggest that if japan wishes china to intercede on behalf of the japanes abductees , then japan must adress the issue of reparations for its past imperial agressions

the message [ unofficial ] to japans allies is clear - the PRC will not allow japan to avenge the tragedy of a hand full of japanese citizens by military force , the terms of the japanese constitution and the express remit of the japanese self defence force MUST be adhered to if peace and stability are to be maintained


chinese press sources are far less diplomatic - inlamitory headlines scream " remember naking " denouncing with lurid rhetoric the " japanese over reaction " and " blatant war mongering "



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 02:57 PM
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The US Gov't announces that they are taking a wait and see stance towards this crisis. The USS Kittyhawk has been deployed on normal manuvers, and will be sailing for the Middle East after a work up cruise. US officials are offering their assistance in negotiating a settlement for this crisis.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 02:59 PM
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Allies must be careful what we put in the media. Don't want to cause a major panic. Judges can you create the new posts for the teams.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 03:02 PM
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commander " kitty hawk battle group " reports that chinese maritime partol aircraft ase shadowing his vessels at maximum visual range

satelite intel shows that chinese submarines have put to sea in the last 24 hours

the PRC [ official ] response it to welcome the support of the USA in curbing this outburst of japanes imperial aggression



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 03:04 PM
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The Russian Federation insists that china backs down from japan,wait to see what happens and be ratanal i propose Japan that stop or slow down all movement of naval vessels

[edit on 2-12-2005 by WERE_ALL_GONA_DIE]



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 03:08 PM
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In defense to the Japanesse Government we are simply securing the well being of our people and our future from the ongoing threat of our communist neighbors. We are not taking any offesive measures simply defense.



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 03:12 PM
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Allies we seek help. We are not sure if or when to implement a no fly zone and no sea vessel zone. ??



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 03:14 PM
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Originally posted by elab
Allies we seek help. We are not sure if or when to implement a no fly zone and no sea vessel zone. ??


The President of the United States is asking a meeting with his cabinet to deal with this situation. No change in Defcon. Defcon is still at 5.

[edit on 2-12-2005 by deltaboy]



posted on Dec, 2 2005 @ 03:15 PM
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The commander of the KH battlegroup orders his F/A-18s to escort the Chinese planes and orders a 200 mile "No Fly Zone" around the battlegroup. The rules are as follows. Anything entering the 200 mile zone will be pushed out by their escorts. At 150 miles, they will be locked up by fire control radar. At 100 miles they will be shot down. Any threatening actions taken within the 200 mile zone and the aircraft will be immediately shot down. S-3 and SH-60 antisubmarine patrols will be stepped up around the group, along with the ASW destroyers. Two LA Fast Attack Submarines with the battlegroup will be released to hunt and shadow any submarines in the area. Kittyhawk DEFCON status is at 4 per SOP.

[edit on 12/2/2005 by Zaphod58]





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