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BTS War Game 2005: Scenario 1: The Japan Sea Powder Keg Ignites

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posted on Dec, 25 2005 @ 07:30 PM
Is it the spirit of Christmas?

For a war game scenario, it's surprising how nice all sides are to each other!!! Diplomacy, letting countries walk all over you, sink your ships, shoot down your planes, kidnap your citzens and all sorts of carry on.

Despite the best efforts of the judges, war refuses to break out!!

Maybe there is hope for us after all?

posted on Dec, 25 2005 @ 08:31 PM

PRC is tabling motions of censure in the UN the security coiuncil and the ICC

As a permanent member of the UN Security Council the US will Veto any motion aimed at the United States.

US assets in china - nike factories etc - are being sized - and natinalised [ to a value of 350% of the sunck vessels , plus $1 million / crewman lost ]

The US demands that the PRC stop it’s illegal seizure of foreign factories or the US will impose heavy tariffs on all goods being imported from the PRC to the United States.

[edit on 25-12-2005 by WestPoint23]

posted on Dec, 25 2005 @ 08:48 PM
HMS Southampton is still requesting premision to enter chinese waters to evacuate civilians, this is our final request.

posted on Dec, 26 2005 @ 06:51 AM
HMS Southampton , has permission to approach shanghia - in order to embark forign nationals and the US embassy staff

Regards : The status of the UK embassy staff , and UK nationals resident in china ,

The credentials of all UK diplomatic staff remain valid , There is no threat to UK or other none USA nationals

The PRC wishes to maintain good relations with UK despite the crimninality displayed by USA

Diplomatic relations PRC vis. USA

PRC has NOT severed diplomatic relations with USA , USA is at liberty to forward the credentials of a new ambassador and his staff for “ review “ . Of course , this will take time , and time is money

The Swiss ambassador to Beijing has offered to intercede on behalf of USA passport holders in PRC and

The PRC government welcomes this ininative – and will make the nessccary accommodations to permit this

The PRC is not withdrawing her diplomats from Washington , yet – unless her diplomatic staff are declared persona non grata .

Lastly , In an unprecedented move – bejing has announced that PRC is to send an ambassadior to tiapei , to “ pave the way for normalization of relations “

posted on Dec, 26 2005 @ 04:21 PM

Originally posted by ignorant_ape
HMS Southampton , has permission to approach shanghia - in order to embark forign nationals and the US embassy staff

Regards : The status of the UK embassy staff , and UK nationals resident in china ,

The credentials of all UK diplomatic staff remain valid , There is no threat to UK or other none USA nationals

The PRC wishes to maintain good relations with UK despite the crimninality displayed by USA

HMS Southampton will move in and evacuate the US embassy as a show of faith and requests that the chinese inform to the UK of the problems between the US and the PRC. The UK embassy will not be evacuated fully but some non important staff will be evactuated incase the PRC citizens feel threatened them.

The UK apologises if it seemed agresive in its negotiations but we were worrried about the hieghtened tensions between our two allies.

This will take 6 hours.

[edit on 26/02/2005 by devilwasp]

posted on Jan, 6 2006 @ 09:34 PM
Has this thread died?

I know the Taiwan straits scenario is in full swing and going well, but do all the players concerned wish to continue this scenario?

If I don't get a yay or a nay within 48hrs I will assume that this scenario has been disregarded.

In the order of things, the Russians are up, followed by the US. There is a wealth of things set up in the background and with the shooting already starting in the Taiwan Straits, hopefully things will get interesting soon.

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 03:52 AM
no - PRC is on the case - we have aklready submitted orders once , but due to comms break downs between player and the fact that the orders i sent were very baddly written - i was asked to re format them - thats taking time , as i had to intervene in the tiawan situation

applogies - the corrected orders are being finalised

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 04:07 AM

Thought I'd put this seafloor relief map here. Don't forget the waters where you are all operating are very shallow for a navy. US SSN's will be at a disadvantage here as sonar conditions are difficult, however Chinese and NK deisel-electrics will be at an advantage as they can mask themselves much better.


BTW. INteresting scenario you hvae for this wargame - If I didn't know better I'd swear it was mine

[edit on 7-1-2006 by rogue1]

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 09:25 AM
The Russian Federation will send 2 Su-24MR's recon aircraft accompanied by 2 MiG-27 from the magadan air filed ro servay american waters for any BG's not annonced by the US
the Su-24MR's will fly 10 miles out from the US coast and then servay out 50 miles

[edit on 7-1-2006 by WERE_ALL_GONA_DIE]

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 10:14 AM
The reminds TRF that it wil be entering US airspace and thereforce most likely be seen as a hostile act.

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 02:10 PM
The US would like to remind the Russian Federation that they will be entering US Air Space, as such, they should reconsider their plan. The 12th FS Squadron station and Elmendorf AFB, Alaska is on standby awaiting the Russian response.

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 09:49 PM

Well right up in the right hand corner of that map, there is a lot of under water activity off the coast. Anyone with subs in that region should be prepared for something nasty to happen?

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 09:52 PM
The 'guests of the PRC' from the Princess Spam incident have all been returned home safe and sound.

News channels comment on very suspicious activity in Japan by small groups of what appear to be Chinese criminal gangs.

CHINA you are up next.

posted on Jan, 18 2006 @ 06:02 AM
Ok kids, I know it's been awhile, but we're going to have a MAJOR announcement from the Pentagon later today. Big events have been taking place in the Sea of Japan, AND near Taiwan. There will be a Significant announcement later today on CNN about both fronts of the war.

posted on Jan, 19 2006 @ 12:36 AM
Special Report From The Pentagon

Earlier today, several massive attacks were launched from the Chinese maniland against US and British shipping interests. Both US Carrier battlegroups came under massive attack, with major damage suffered by the USS Kittyhawk, along with the loss of several ships in her group. At this point, we are not sure if we will be able to get her back to port, or if she will be lost where she is.

The second attack against the USS Ronald Regan battlegroup was less successful. Several Chinese submarines were detected before the attack was launched, and the group was on high alert. A massive antisubmarine effort was launched immediately, with the loss of many Chinese submarines. We're still looking at overall numbers. Several escorts with the carrier were sunk, and the carrier suffered some damage, but at this time it doesn't appear to be major.

We are not releasing numbers, or ships lost at this time. We are still looking at numbers, and notifying families. Expect a complete list within 72 hours.

Shortly before these attacks were launched, a third attack took place against the British task force in the area. We don't have complete details of losses at this time, but we have been in contact with the British government, and it appears that at least a quarter of the task force was lost, with more damage, however these numbers are not firm at this time.

This has been a special report from the Pentagon.

[edit on 1/19/2006 by Zaphod58]

[edit on 1/19/2006 by Zaphod58]

posted on Jan, 19 2006 @ 04:59 AM
signal , from PLA-N command to commander RN task force [ sent in clear ] message reads :

" your position untenable , you have hostile foces to your north , west and south west , to your east lays a minefeild - the USN carrier groups to your south east - and in the japan sea are on fire and fleeing in disaray ... surrender now and strike your colours ... to avoid futher blood shed .... you have 15 minuites to comply .... futher attack waves are inbound your positions "

posted on Jan, 19 2006 @ 12:58 PM
I will be posting the results of the battles in this thread later today. I don't feel like sending out four or five U2Us all saying the same thing, so I'll break it down by country here in the thread.

posted on Jan, 20 2006 @ 05:14 AM
Ok kids. Here's your casualty list. It's up to you to figure out actual casualty numbers, but here is what everyone lost.

First, the RN attack.

China- You recover 15 aircraft, two won't fly again, 8 will need several days to repair. You recover 1 missile boat, too severely damaged to repair.

HMS Argyll
HMS Kent
HMS Cornwall
HMS Exeter

HMS Illustrious - minor damage, remains mission capable
HMS Liverpool - serious damage, remains afloat, not in danger of sinking
HMS Monmouth - minor damage, remains mission capable

USN Attacks-
USS Ronald Reagan CBG

China- Recovers 1 squadron of missile planes, other two squadrons either destroyed or too damaged to fly again within three days.

1 1/2 squadrons of air superiority fighters recovered, with another half squadron repairable within 1 week.

SEAD aircraft were all shot down.

3 SSKs were sunk outright, 2 were severly damaged, 2 suffered minor damage.

USS Kinkaid
USS Valley Forge
USS Lassen

USS Ronald Reagan - Minor damage, fully mission capable
USS John Paul Jones - Moderate damage, mission capable at reduced capacity
USS Elliot - Moderate damage, mission capable at reduced capacity

USS Kitty Hawk CBG

USS Cowpens
USS City of Corpus Christy
USS Vincennes
USS Vandergrift

USS Kitty Hawk - severe damage, may be towed to port, out of scenario
USS Gary - serious damage, capable of returning to port under own power
USS Cushing - minor damage, no reduction in capability
USS Curtis Wilbur - minor damage

China -
All missile boats were lost in the attack.
3 Type 033 SSKs sunk, 1 Han sunk
2 Type 033s and 1 Han suffered minor damage, and can return to service within three days.

posted on Jan, 20 2006 @ 07:59 PM
US Aircraft losses -

You have effectively lost 1/2 of the Kitty Hawk air wing.
You have lost 1/3rd of the Reagan air wing. What is left of the KH wing is now on the Reagan. You have a slightly oversized wing on the Reagan. Normal wing + 15 planes. The rest of them recovered at the nearest land base.

posted on Jan, 22 2006 @ 03:38 AM
Erg! I typed this up earlier, and it didn't take. Take two!

For the sake of convenience, all war related announcements/posts/results will be posted here, no matter where the attack took place.


Earlier today an attack was launched on the Peoples Republic of China Naval headquarters at Dalian using assets from the Royal Navy, and the United States Air Force. The attack began when two Royal Navy Trafalgar submarines approached the Chinese coast, and launched Tomahawk cruise missiles. These were followed closely by 4 USAF F-117 Nighthawks which attacked radar installations along the patch of the cruise missiles. After taking out the radar installations, 2 B-2 Spirit bombers launched from Whiteman AFB Missouri attacked the headquarters. Video and picture evidence shows the HQ was completely destroyed.

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