posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 07:33 PM
I agree 100% with the comments that you really want to fight an unconventional war where you attack vital infrastructure across sectors, and
destabilize the nation politically such that it collapses of its own regard, but since that isn't the question, here's how I'd attack if I were
forced to do so.
Firstly, I'd attack the United States east coast. The terrain is flatter, the population is more liberal, urbanized, and has less weapons.
My first assault would be to launch a tidal wave high enough to drown the major cities. How you accomplish this would be a technological challenge,
though not so difficult if you're really contemplating something so difficult as attacking the United States. It helps greatly not to get caught.
Then, in the guise of aid amidst the resultant chaos, you come in hard. You launch as many missiles as you can at Norfolk to take out the United
States fleet in your first strike. Since the US Navy is moving to the Pacific, make sure you mine the Panama Canal or take control of it through some
If you occupy the Atlantic corridor, you control the wealth producing and leadership capacity of most of the United States and you'd create a
bridgehead probably from about Richmond to Portland, penetrating not too deeply inland, but not going into the rural areas where resistance will be
If you're going to EMP somewhere, I'd say take out the west and great plains, perhaps the south. You'd want to control those as agrarian areas
rather than industrial, so the damage of an EMP to vital infrastructure would be less harmful there than in the industrialized north and northeast.
Plus, that's where the most military assets are stationed.
I wouldn't recommend any such plan, but if I was forced to come up with something, I'd do it that way. Then I'd say spend a lot of money on
convincing New York, Philadelphia, Washington, and Boston that we're here to help, and try not to fight civilians there while you're holding off the
US military. Blend in closely with the people so you neutralize the threat of air strikes. More infantry than machines.