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BTS Wargame 2005: Scenario 2- Taiwan Straits Ignite

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posted on Dec, 19 2005 @ 06:16 AM

United Airlines Flight 891, from Tokyo, Japan to Singapore has crashed in the Taiwan Straits. The pilot had declared an emergency and was diverting to Taipei to make an emergency landing at the time of the crash. The 747-400 was carrying 356 passengers at 13 crew on the flight.

Initial reports from the US military indicate that a Taiwanese military exercise may be responsible for the accident. An anonymous source within the Pentagon reports that they have radar data that shows a Taiwanese Air Force F-16 firing a missile that tracked on the 747 and may have caused the crash. The source says that more time will be needed to analyze the radar data.

posted on Dec, 19 2005 @ 06:19 AM
Welcome to Scenario 2 of the BTS Wargames.

Order of turns will be:

Taiwan (scenario start-action taken)

You have 24 hours once your turn is announced. Failure to make your move within 24 hours will forfeit that turn.

United States, you have 24 hours to make a move.

[edit on 12/19/2005 by Zaphod58]

posted on Dec, 19 2005 @ 11:22 AM
Blasphemy! This is pure and utter United States misinformation!

The Taiwanese military denies any movements in the Taiwan Straits and demands to see the "radar" evidence claimed by the United States.

With recent declaration that Taiwan wishes to side with China, we consider this report to be completely fabricated. The Taiwan Government demands that the US Military pull any and all forces from the Taiwan Country and deports it's Ambassadors. United States relations with the Taiwan Government is now considered non-existant!

Again, the Taiwanese Military and Government deny any involvement of the crashed passenger airline!

As a result of these accusinations and considering the history of the United States, Taiwan is pulling up 500,000 of it's military reserves force. Military personel will be put on high alert and any advancement on the Taiwan islands will result in a confrontation.

[edit on 12/19/2005 by QuietSoul]

posted on Dec, 19 2005 @ 11:34 AM

Naval Positions indicated as Black Dots

124th Attack Squadron will be deploying out of Tsoying
146th Attack Squadron will be deploying out of Tsoying
256th Submarine Unit will deploying out of Tsoying
168th Patrol Squadron will be deploying out of Suao
131st Patrol Squadron will be deploying out of Keelung
142nd Support Squadron will be deploying out of Kaohsiung

All naval deployment will be setting up a defensive perimeter to the North of Taiwan, the Northern entrance to the Taiwan Strait, and the Northeast coast of Taiwan. The remaining naval forces will be put on high alert and will be patrolling the Taiwan Coast.

Further details to come as events unfold.

Taiwan Naval Research

posted on Dec, 19 2005 @ 03:56 PM
The United States is conducting a full independent investigation into the tragic event that occurred over the Taiwan Straights. We will not comment about the specifics of the case, because it is an ongoing investigation. Due to information we have gathered so far from the investigation the US is placing it’s military forces near Taiwan on high alert. Any hostile action taken by Taiwanese forces toward US ships will result in military conflict. Further actions will be taken pending the result of the investigation.

The US will also deploy the Nimitz CBG out of Pearl Harbor to join the Abraham Lincoln CBG near Okinawa Japan.

List of Ships in the Nimiz CBG.

USS Nimitz CVN-68
USS Lake Champlain CG-57
USS Shiloh CG-67
USS Antietam CG-54
USS McCampbell DDG-85
USS Shoup DDG-86
USS Hopper DDG-70
USS Benfold DDG-65
USS Key West SSN-722
USS Olympia SSN-717
USS La Jolla SSN-701
USS Reuben James FFG-57
USS Curts FFG-38

[edit on 19-12-2005 by WestPoint23]

posted on Dec, 19 2005 @ 04:16 PM
Yeah what Westpoint said. I demand from the President of Taiwan to answer as to what cause such catastrophe.

posted on Dec, 19 2005 @ 05:18 PM
China, please post any reaction to these events. You have 24 hours.

posted on Dec, 20 2005 @ 12:40 AM
Taiwan is willfully and openly withdrawling all of it's foreign troops from Chinese territory. Among the withdrawl, Taiwan is pulling 1,500 NSC/MIB Intelligence spies out of the Chinese Government. Taiwan would like to apologize to the Chinese government for the deception and infiltration and looks forward to further Chinese/Taiwan relations.

posted on Dec, 20 2005 @ 09:32 PM
Is the same jet that was carrying those western nationals out of china?!
If it is, mighty sad coincidence I should say!
Dammit sweatmonicaido, make some political statements!!
India is very positioning itself to be very proactive in ASEAN!
Any questions just u2u stealth spy and/or mail me at (no spam please guys)

posted on Dec, 20 2005 @ 09:59 PM
This was a routine flight from Japan to Singapore.

posted on Dec, 21 2005 @ 12:30 AM
The PRC is here, and states that did not have any search or tracking radars radiating in the direction of the 747 crash at the time of the accident, but does not believe that Taiwan would shoot down a civilian passenger aircraft. Although Taiwan and the PRC are not official allies, the PRC is prepared to back-up Taiwan against Imperialist aggressions, with force if necessary.

posted on Dec, 21 2005 @ 12:38 AM
Thank you China.

North Korea please post any reaction to the events going on. You have 24 hours.

posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 08:16 PM
Nothing from Nortk Korea. South Korea do you have any reaction to this event?

posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 09:17 PM
The republic of Korea has no troops to spare at the moment due to the conflict about to occur with NK, however, US, UK, and allied military units are allowed to use our harbors (with escort) and airstrips as much as they like and ROK can and will act as a supply and fuel hub for any operations in Taiwan.

posted on Dec, 22 2005 @ 09:20 PM
UK You're up next. You have 24 hours.

posted on Dec, 23 2005 @ 04:33 PM
Then RN destroyer HMS Southampton will remain on station off the chinese coast and will not instigate any hostilities , she will however retaliate if threatened but we do not believe our good trading partner china will threaten us or or the US...

HMS Montrose will move to within helicopter range of the nearest SK base and the SBS unit will move to that base and be helicoptered on top at the nearest opertunity. HMS montrose is currently working alongside the KH BG.

The RN is mobilising a task force to accompany a large shipment of an armoured division over, to do this we are hiring out 8 MN ships from the company maersk. The equipment will require 20 hours to shift to portsmouth and the fleet will take aprox 24 hours to come together..

The task force will then leave in total 48 hours after this post, they will head south via the falklands they will reach the port of daesan 28 days later.

RN task force:
9 MN 4,300 TEU ships.
4 type 23 frigates;
HMS Argyll
HMS Monmouth
HMS Sutherland
HSM Kent
2 Type 22 Frigates;
HMS Cornwall
HMS Campbeltown

4 type 42 destroyers :
HMS Exeter D89
HMS Nottingham D91
HMS Liverpool D92
HMS Edinburgh D97

One Invicible class aircraft carrier;
HMS Illustrious with full air wing

3 assault ships:
HMS Albion
HMS Ocean
HMS Bulwark

Together have 42 comando unit and Comando royal logistics regiment, 29 Commando Regiment , 131 Independent Commando Squadrons Royal Engineers , Y Troop ,Communications Squadron , Air Defence Troop.

The UK will also deploy 31,9, 23, II, 47,70 7,18 and 29 squadrons to the local airbases at afgahnistan , stopping off at US airbases Incirlik and nations and the US approving ofcourse...
These wil leave at a later date and more information will be brought after the FSL has had atleast 5 hour sleep...

[edit on 26/02/2005 by devilwasp]

posted on Dec, 23 2005 @ 11:08 PM
Taiwan, you're up. 24 hours to make a move.

posted on Dec, 24 2005 @ 11:22 PM

Originally posted by Zaphod58
Taiwan, you're up. 24 hours to make a move.

124th Attack Squadron will be deploying to the East China Sea
146th Attack Squadron will be deploying to the East China Sea
256th Submarine Unit will deploying to the East China Sea and Local Patrols
168th Patrol Squadron will be deploying to the East China Sea
131st Patrol Squadron will be patroling the coastline
142nd Support Squadron will be deploying to the East China Sea

Above consist of (in no order):

4 destroyer fleets and 1 frigate fleet;
1 amphibious landing fleet and 1 amphibious landing vessel fleet;
1 submarine group;
1 mine vessel fleet and 1 mine-sweeper/layer fleet;
1 logistical service fleet and 1 logistical rescue group;
1 Hai-chiao speedboat group
1 anti-submarine helicopter group
1 Hai-feng shore-based missile group
2 marine divisions, 1 landing tank regiment, and 1 operational service regiment.

Taiwan is currently positioning its naval fleets to guard against any hostilities resulting from the battles proceding in the Sea of Japan.

Taiwan is giving the United States 24 hours to remove any and all remaining military forces stationed in Taiwan before cutting power, water, and food supplies from their bases.

I am also patiently waiting for the supposed 'proof' the plane was shot down by Taiwanese military forces.

Taiwan currently has a military force of 700,000 (500,000 called up reserves) and is currently undertaking several dual action field practices to get the troops back in shape. We still have 1.5 million troops on reserves we will pull to active duty if we need to.

[edit on 12/24/2005 by QuietSoul]

posted on Dec, 25 2005 @ 12:51 PM
Notice, from now on the US will refer to Taiwan as the Republic of China.

After an extensive investigation the United States has determined that a Republic Of China F-16A fighter launched an Aim-9 Missile at United Airlines Flight 891.
A USAF E-3 Sentry AWACS flying patrol missions near the East China Sea detected and tracked what we have determined to be a Aim-9 Missile fired from a Republic Of China F-16A fighter.
United Airlines Flight 891 was flying in a fire free zone at the time of the incident. The United States demands an explanation from the Republic Of China and also requests that disciplinary action be taken against the pilot responsible for the incident.

Upon request the United States will present the Radar data that we have used in this investigation to the Republic of China.

In the mean time, the US will evacuate all it's delegates, and we will also evacuate any and all military forces from the Republic Of China.
The US requests that it’s diplomats be flown via commercial airlines to Okinawa, Japan.
As of now all diplomatic relations between the United States and the Republic of China have been cut off.

Update: The Nimitz CBG has now joined up with the Abraham Lincoln CBG near Okinawa, Japan.

[edit on 25-12-2005 by WestPoint23]

posted on Dec, 25 2005 @ 01:42 PM
Ok this map shows US navel forces with respect to the Taiwan scenario.

At 2:11 PM EST two US SSN’s on patrol near the Luzon Straight were fired upon by two Republic Of China diesel submarines. The USS Santa Fe (SSN-763) and USS Columbia (SSN-771) engaged the two subs and sank both of the attacking subs.

Due to the hostile action taken by the Republic of China forces upon the United States. We demand that the Republic Of China either surrender it’s forces and their facilities to the US, or military action will commence at a time of our choosing.

All US forces in the region are at Def Con 1. The Abraham Lincoln and Nimitz CBG’s will be re-deployed in battle formation approximately 200 miles east to the East China Sea from their current position.

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