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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Atlantica on Tue Apr 08, 2014 7:10 pm

April 6th, 21:00
Vancouver, British Columbia


"Stand your ground!" Colonel Dmitri Akula said in the midst of the battle, leading his soldiers. "Hold against the enemy M1A2's! ATGM's, open fire!"

The Battle for Vancouver - by far, the largest battle upon North America - was in progress: as the Northern Federation Forces began to retaliate against previous attacks, the Atlantican Thirty-First Legion was striking back as well. Federation Apaches had to face several air superiority fighters from the carriers, along with MANPADs and several air defense systems from the ground. M1A2's of the Federation had been challenged with an array of K-2A1 MBT's and ATGM's, along with AH-101 Attack Helicopters. Artillery forces began to provide strong fire support over the city: on the latest attack from the MLRS, at least two Federation Battalions approaching Vancouver were destroyed.

Battle was also going upon the sea as well: while Federation ships challenged the Atlantican Fleet with anti-ship missiles, the Atlantican Navy struck back with supersonic cruise missiles against them. Submarines also made their advances through the battle: several AIP submarines under the Atlantican Navy had infiltrated through Federation maritime patrol systems and left much of the Federation Fleet damaged, some even destroyed.

The Battle of Vancouver was going greater by the hour - but no one knew the end.

April 7th, 00:00
The South China Sea


While a bloody battle was still going on upon Vancouver and North America, Southeast Asia remained significantly undamaged: after all, the war didn't reach there. In the midst of that, several Atlantican Legions advanced into the territory: not facing much resistance, the Atlantican Military advanced all the way through the Malayan Peninsula, along with the rest of Indochina and the Philippines.

The battle was going east: however, expansion went south.
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Topsail Empire on Wed Apr 09, 2014 11:35 am

1300 April 7th, 2014
50 km off of Vancouver Island


The four nuclear submarines that Topsail Empire had sent to Vancouver a two weeks ago (I forgot about them) caught site of an Atlantian ship off of Vancouver Island, from it size it appeared to be either an aircraft carrier or an amphibious assault ship. The Captain of one of the submarines, TES Cleveland, ordered for it's torpedo tubes to be loaded. Twenty minutes later, the submarines fired, and 8 torpedoes slammed into the hull of the ship from a kilometer away. Ten minutes later a second salvo of torpedoes were fired at the crippled ship, and then the submarines sank back down to 300 meters below the ocean.
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Dotaria on Thu Apr 10, 2014 1:37 am

The Battle of Vancouver
April 7th 0200 Local time


"Sir, the Atlanticans have a firm grasp on Vancouver, and are starting to stalemate our troops again. What's more, they have been exchanging fire with our navy and have destroyed 2 of our destroyers, and damaged SEVERAL more. I suggest using our land-based Tomahawks to hit naval targets, and reinforce our air forces with CAS to hit the enemy ground targets, as they have brought Armor to the fight," one of Breekov's subordinates said.

"Do that, and reinforce our line with 5 more Infantry divisions and 1 Armored Division each for Objective Alpha and Bravo. What about Charlie?" Breekov asked.

"Surprisingly well. They have taken Port Renfrew with low casualties and have secured a position in the town."

Breekov nodded, smiling. You can always count on the Jagartrupp, he knew, as he was once one himself. "Reinforce them QUICKLY with double what we're sending for Objective Alpha and Bravo. Have those forces except for an Armor Division and 3 Infantry Divisions and hit Objective Alpha and Bravo from the north while their navy is engaging ours and is distracted. Tell our navy here to keep up the fire and step it up a fucking notch. Have our subs attack their outer ships they're going to use as defense for their aircraft carriers and to paint targets for our sea-based Tomahawks. Launch our land based fighters and get me air superiority. They can't have too many planes here, as they'll be fighting on two fronts and they're only sea based."

"Yes sir."

The Battle of Vancouver, Battle Fleet Punisher
April 7, 0215 Local time


The General of Punisher received the order by Breezekov, and was relieved.

"Finally, we can turn this tide. I want all support from our ships for the Island to be recalled. The Army is taking over all support for themselves and are helping us out. Full steam ahead and launch all fighters toward the fleet. Sledge hammer these mother fuckers. Have our subs lead the way, and paint targets for us," he ordered.

The fleet moved toward the enemy fleet, over 100 ships in all, and within 40 minutes, caught sight of the fleet. They withstood heavy resistance, loosing 12 ships in total, and having 30 ships crippled to the point of them not being able to join in the operation, but once in sight they could see several enemy ships burning and sinking. from there, they completely opened up on the fleet, smashing the fleet with superior firepower.
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Atlantica on Thu Apr 10, 2014 5:26 am

//Well, as far as I see here, battle is going on, while we start talking of the Peace Treaty...//
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Atlantica on Thu Apr 10, 2014 5:45 am

The Battle of Vancouver, The Fifth Fleet
April 7, 0230 Local time


"Engage back!" Admiral Vladimir Kim, Commander of the Fifth Fleet, yelled through the command, while several missiles began to engage the Federation attacks. Carrier fighters advanced southbound, attacking the enemy ships. "The enemy is none like Hockesin on land: we can defeat them!"

The Naval Battle of Vancouver was going quite bloody: though they had managed to destroy 12 Federation ships and significantly damage 30 ships (to the degree of being unable to operate), it was true that they were taking casualties. The Fifth Fleet had lost three Phoebus Apollo-Class Destroyers, while several frigates and corvettes were damaged. A supply vessel was also damaged - however, to the luck of the Atlantican Navy, they had entered Saanich Peninsula faster than expected, allowing repairs to be made.

Meanwhile, the Atlantican Navy was also attacking back: despite the land-based Tomahawks attacking the ships, they struck back with the Yakhont - powerful attacks at twice the speed of sound. Submarines have also made their own way through: launching sudden torpedo attacks and sinking vessels, their latest destruction went against what seemed to be either a carrier or an amphibious assault ship.

The Naval Battle of Vancouver was continuing - a force from the North, against the force from the South.

The Battle of Vancouver
April 7th, 0600 Local time


Meanwhile, the Battle over Vancouver City was going greater by the minute: as soon as the Atlantican Army seemed to take advantage, the Federation forces began to return the attacks. Several Federation Air Force fighters began to challenge the new Atlantican F-31 fighters, as dogfights ensued all over the skies of Vancouver. Strike fighters also began to pummel the Atlantican Military as well - however, most of them were made prey to fighters, field air defense systems and 'Chiron' MANPADs. The battle was getting more and more unpredictable - however, one was certain: things were getting multi-dimensional by the minute.

"Fire the RPG!" Colonel Dmitri Akula yelled for the RPG gunner, as an M1A2's side was exposed. He saw Federation soldiers scrambling toward them, while a machine gunner fired back. "Fire up the guns! Advance through breaking point - our next stop is Stanley Park, Vancouver."

The Thirty-First Legion advanced through Downtown Vancouver - the battle was now going more multi-dimensional, with more angles.

April 7th, 0700
Incheon Int'l Airport, Atlantica


While a war was going on, the former Atlantican Ambassador to the Great Northern Federation, Ambassador Yongjin Ahn, stood by the jet. As far as he knew, he would have to warm the cold relations between the two most powerful nations in the world - negotiations of peace and ending the war.

"Well, here it goes," he said, as he boarded the aircraft. "My next stop... Toronto, Ontario."
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Dotaria on Thu Apr 10, 2014 10:32 am

The Battle of Vancouver, Battle Fleet Punisher
April 7, 0300 Local time


The General of Punisher was looking at the Sat feed for the battle, and immediately saw an error that the Atlanticans were taking advantage of.

"We're too numerous, making us bulked together. Have our left wing move out and give some room for the rest of our attacking ships, and have the left wing move around to the Atlantican rear. Do we have painted targets?"

"Aye sir, and we have a refueling and repairing station further north of us where the Atlanticans are replenishing themselves and repairing their ships. It's painted too," his subordinate officer said.

The General chuckled, "Destroy that son of a bitch first and foremost, and cut their retreat off. We need to thin our line so they can't fire in bulk, so envelop our enemy and have our subs take more targets out."

"Aye sir."

The battle, soon, was turned to the Atlanticans being surrounded and fighting for their lives, every few minutes, an Atlantican ship would explode into flames, as superior firepower was starting to take it's toll on the Atlantican ships.

//Atlantica, if in real life I were to bring this fleet up against yours, it would blow you out of the water in the first volley as I have over 100 ships in the same spot. I specified in earlier posts that I took all of my American ships and put them in the Pacific, and that I only split up my submarines. Also, you only have ship based naval planes, as we aren't fighting on your land or in any spot where you have allies willing to give you airbases to launch strikes, so your air forces are fighting on 2 fronts. Without supporting your navy, which is now surrounded, you loose your only way of escape. Without supporting your land forces, which my aircraft out number you and are of equal class, you definitely lose the battle on the island. The battle is lost for you, as I have many fresh reserves and all of your forces are engaged and have been for a full 24 hour period, making them exhausted.//


The Battle of Vancouver
April 7, 0300 Local time


The battle on the island was going better than in the water. Already, divisions of Atlanticans were being killed, and without the support of substantial armored forces, the infantry forces resorted to using anti-tank weaponry from buildings used as strong points. The war in the air was going quite well, as even though many of the GNF went down, they were easily replaced. The heavy Atlantican casualties that they were receiving weren't.

Meanwhile, reinforcements came in for all objectives, and at objective Charlie, a force of 8 Infantry and 1 Armored Division moved southeast to hit the Atlantican forces at objective Alpha and Bravo. Within 20 minutes, the reinforcing forces were firing on the Atlanticans, slamming into their rear and destroying their only way of retreat. Again, the Atlanticans were surrounded.

General breekov was watching the Sat feed of the battle, and murmured to himself, "If this commander gave two shits about his men, he would surrender. Gotta hand it to them though, they're defiant in the eyes of defeat."
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Atlantica on Thu Apr 10, 2014 11:04 am

April 7th, 0710 Local Time
Pacific Command, Hawaii, Atlantica


"Crap," Admiral Fernando Walters of the Pacific Command said, after receiving an urgent call from the Fifth Fleet. "The Northern Federation's attacking the Fleet in quite some firepower: we're losing fighters, we're losing ships and we're losing men, despite the Yakhont missiles and stealth fighters."

"What shall we do, sir?" Vice Admiral Juan Hernandez, who had Spanish blood within him, asked. "If this trend continues, we'll eventually have to retreat from Vancouver Island - that means we lose North America. And think about where the next battle would go to - Hawaii, at this very spot, where countless Marines and soldiers have sacrificed their lives to conquer."

Admiral Walters thought of the recent Battle of Hawaii: though they eventually gained victory, it was only possible with the lives of countless Marines, and the sudden defeat of the Caliwestian forces. It had been more than two weeks since they've conquered the isles - however, they couldn't just lose it: they've sacrificed too much just to win this.

Admiral Walters sighed, then thought of a new plan. "Vice Admiral Hernandez, I've got a plan."

"What, sir?" Vice Admiral Hernandez asked.

"The art of ballistics meet naval weaponry," Admiral Walters said, his eyes full of determination. "This can actually change our tide and even out our odds - at least, in the Naval field. We'll also need air support from the Air Force - preferably the stealth ones."

Vice Admiral Hernandez scratched his head, then nods suddenly in agreement. "Yes, sir: the art of ballistics shall meet naval weaponry."

April 7th, 0720 Local Time
Somewhere in Hawaii, Atlantica...


Dozens of Mobile Launcher Vehicles, camouflaged into the tropical forests of Hawaii, began to raise their missiles vertically. Soldiers and fighters patrolled the area - in case anything unexpected happens. All of them have ballistic missiles fully loaded - ready for a final assault against the Northern Federation Fleet, taking back the advantage.

Soon, under the command of Admiral Walters, the missiles soar upward - one by one, one is launched every second. The ballistic missiles headed east - at over Mach 6, only a few of them had been intercepted.

A few minutes later, the ballistic missiles advanced for the final course - the terminal fall, re-entering the atmosphere at the speed of Mach 10. They divided into multiple warheads - each fitted with guidance systems, they seek their own targets. The Northern Federation Fleet fired their missiles - Standard Missiles, ESSM's, and even RAM's. However, by the time they engage, it had been too late: ballistic missiles closing in at the speed of Mach 10, coupled with advanced guidance, strikes the Northern Federation vessels with such impact enough to sink a carrier.

The Anti-Ship Ballistic Missiles struck the Northern Federation Fleet - with dozens of ships being destroyed, they start the doom upon the East Pacific.

April 7th, 1000 Local Time
British Columbia and Vicinity


A few hours after the ASBM attack, dozens of B-10 stealth bombers soared through the skies - with much of the Northern Federation Fleet gone, they passed through much of the East Pacific undamaged. Upon Vancouver Island, the stealth bombers open fire against the enemy ground targets - with advanced laser-guided bombs, coupled with supersonic cruise missiles, ground targets were piles of scrap metal by the end of the strike.

Upon Vancouver, the bombers opened fire as well: dropping precision-guided bombs throughout the area, they provided incredible fire support - beyond the fighters of the Navy. Several Federation fighters began to challenge the bombers: however, the carrier fighters from the Atlantican Navy, along with the new fighters (from Victoria International Airport), were enough to counter them.

The Atlantican Military started to turn the tide against the Northern Federation - the battle turned multi-dimensional by the hour.
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Dotaria on Thu Apr 10, 2014 12:25 pm

Stockholm, Sweden
April 7th, 1200 at Vancouver


The King was about to sleep when he was awoken by his advisors about the situation in Vancouver, and how the Atlanticans are using ballistic missile support to win the battle.

"The battle is still winable, as it is only a setback, but we'll lose half of our navy in the area. The battle on the island is being won, the battle on the sea is being equalized," his Secretary of Defense said.

"I have also been working with the Secretary of State to conduct an operation put in place immediately when the Atlanticans declared war on us after the attack on Topsail. Lisa, shall I fill in the King, or you?" his Director of Military Intelligence said.

"Go ahead," the Secretary of State replied.

"Sir, we have MID and Special Operations personnel in Atlantica right now, in all major cities: Hong Kong, Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul, Pyongyang, Hanoi, Guangzhou, Bangkok, and several others. They were tasked with setting explosives on several military and civilian targets. What's better, is we had a Special Operations platoon in Honolulu, Hawaii before the Atlanticans hit them the first time, and they were on leave. They contacted us on a secure line and informed us of their situation, and are requesting orders. We have pictures of the missile sites, and a means to destroy them. If we launch this whole operation, we'll fuck them up... Badly. It could provide us with a bit of pressure released from the attention to the battle to where we can take advantage of the situation, too."

King Oslo smiled, but was also troubled, "Why wasn't I notified?"

"We knew and felt that if we were to tell you, you would launch the operation too soon. This battle, here, could decide if they land on any more Federation soil or not. If we had launched this strike before we needed to, in the midst of the war, then it would have bolstered the morale of our enemy. Now, they have released press to their people about the battle, and their economy has been on the verge of collapse for a while now because of the high strain of mobilization. We hit now, we cripple them for decades. We didn't inform you for national security reasons, milord. Many world leaders have made rash decisions and they have determined the fall of empires. We were trying to keep this from happening," the Director said.

Oslo nodded, "I understand your motives, but I still would have wished to be informed and would have let you conduct the operation when you saw fit. Launch the operation."

The Director smiled, "Yes sir."

"What is the chance of them being able to do the same to us?" Oslo asked.

"It's still possible, but if they were to do that to us it wouldn't change our economy or lower the morale of our people, as we've been winning this war from the git-go and an attack deep in our soil would be detrimental to THEM, as it would raise even more morale and lengthen enlistment lines. For them, the Atlanticans, their people would start riots, as their government has been pursuing this war for only power and not the interest of their people, and how the people will find this out is by us showing them that they can't protect them. I've done this research myself, and sent my own team in to find these things out. They're in Seoul right now."

"Let us pray they are successful."


April 7, 1230 Vancouver time

Just as the Director planned, several financial buildings were destroyed along with government buildings, communications arrays, infrastructure, power to the cities, and key buildings of import, such as the Shanghai Pearl Tower. Within minutes, all of the cities looked like a warzone, with people dead in the streets because of pipe bombs, shrapnel from the initial explosions, and the buildings collapsing. It was the worst domestic attack on any nation since 9/11, with a magnitude more casualties and cost of damage. Thousands are killed and wounded.

In Hawaii, the Special Operations soldiers attached car bombs to the bottom of several military vehicles bound to the missile launchers to reload them for more destruction of Viking lives, and they were rewarded with the explosions of the missiles, leveling the base where they were. They returned to Honolulu and went into hiding, blending into the society around them. They were gone like ghosts.


Battle of Vancouver
April 7th 1300 Local time


Within hours of the reinforcing forces reaching Objective Alpha and Bravo, the Atlanticans were pushed all the way back to Victoria. General Breekov ordered for more reinforcements to be sent when he was approached by his subordinate officer.

"Sir, you won't believe this," he said.

"What is it Paul?"

Paul read a communique from Stockholm, "Today, a major operation was completed in the Mainland of Atlantica. Hundreds of buildings are destroyed, and thousands of civillian and military casualties have been inflicted. Also, missile launchers in Hawaii have been destroyed. Attack, attack, attack."

Breekov nodded, "Thank god someone has our back. Attack with 25 percent of our reserves, 20 Infantry Divisions and 7 Armored divisions. Also, let the Navy know their backs are covered and we're sending help."


The Battle of Vancouver, Battle Fleet Punisher
April 7, 1415


The General of Punisher got the communique too, and also received Breekov's message.

"Finally! ATTACK!!!!"

The whole fleet, with 90 ships still operational, fired everything they had at the Atlantican fleet, with ships exploding in their reply. All of a sudden, GNF Army planes flew in low beneath radar and fired missiles and bombs upon the fleet, completely decimating the fleet. 16 ships were sunk within 15 minutes, and a handful more were sinking. Another pass from the Army planes would destroy the fleet utterly, so the GNF radioed to the Atlantican fleet to surrender, and quarter would be given.
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Topsail Empire on Thu Apr 10, 2014 3:50 pm

//don't decide other people's casualties, Dot. Plus having special forces detonation squads in every major Atlantian city is really unrealistic, as is completely destroying the cities with a couple pipe bombs is a major stretch.//
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Atlantica on Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:54 pm

//Yeah, if that was allowed, I should've destroyed all of your major citis far before now...//
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Post by Topsail Empire on Thu Apr 10, 2014 7:39 pm

//Anti-Ship Ballistic Missiles are a thing, super-soldiers detonation squads that can be in dozens of cities at once are not.
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Post by Topsail Empire on Thu Apr 10, 2014 8:32 pm

1600 April 7th, 2014
Panama Canal


The destroyer TENS Robert E. Lee entered the Panama Canal along with 4 other destroyers, 2 cruisers, and one Independence Class LCS. The 8 ships were through the canal in several hours, and they were in the Pacific. The ships then head north, towards Vancouver. 5 hours later four Amphibious Transport Docks passed through the canal, carrying 2,000 troops to Vancouver. Estimated time of arrival: 0500 April 11th.
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Atlantica on Fri Apr 11, 2014 6:53 am

//Wait, Topsail, you're saying that Dotaria's kinda godmodding with assymetric warfare, right/
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Post by Topsail Empire on Fri Apr 11, 2014 9:24 am

//yeah, also he assigned you casualties and destroyed 10+ cities with 10 men placing pipe bombs.//
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Post by Topsail Empire on Fri Apr 11, 2014 9:27 am

//Dot, is it okay if I attack Atlantica's bases in Hawaii with Thermobaric-warhead ICBM's? It is basically a MASSIVE thermobaric weapon on a ICBM. And Atlantica, you know nothing of this. I can't get on NS right now because my school blocks it//
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Post by Atlantica on Fri Apr 11, 2014 11:00 am

//Topsail... good luck with your try on the ICBM's: we've got quite a defense system.//
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Post by Atlantica on Fri Apr 11, 2014 11:20 am

Victoria, British Columbia
April 7th, 1416


While Vancouver was a bloody battlefield, Victoria and Vancouver Island was also one as well: the Northern Federation forces made their advance through the isle, retrieving them, while the Atlantican Marines and Army, along with dire naval and air support, struggled to gain advantage. Victoria and Saanich Peninsula was also affected by the battle -

Commander Vladimir Akulov, Commander of the North American Expeditionary Forces, stood from what used to be the British Columbia Parliament Building - a Victorian-style, blue-roofed building. He looked out to the sea from the balcony - even from the distance, he was able to see of the massive naval battles over at the seas, with towers of fire, smoke and water rising from far away.

"Sir," Vice-Commander Leo Valdez called on his Commander. "The Northern Federation forces are still striking back: in fact, if the trend continues, Vancouver Island will be lost in the next forty-eight hours or less."

"Forty-eight hours or less..." Commander Vladimir Akulov considered that for a moment. He knew how fast fronts moved in modern warfare: if they did not lead assaults properly, they would lose fronts quicker than they could react. That applied the same for the Atlantican Expeditionary Force: if they did not hold on, everything they've ever gained would be lost, and the sacrifices of countless marines will result in nothing.

"But the news from the Government is bad: while you were gone for a moment for command, they've sent me a message," Vice Commander Valdez said. "As far as Seoul commands us, they're pushing us for a final attack: with dire supplies, they're forcing us to advance into British Columbia."

"This is it, you know," Commander Akulov looked at the Operations Map. "The Government had been exploiting us, not knowing how hard it is to fight as an Expeditionary Strike Force with only three legions - two here, and one over at Vancouver. And after much of our fleets had been destroyed, just look at the state of our forces: low morale on fights against the Northern Federation, low supplies and so on. Do you understand this, Vice Commander? We would have to fight back."

Vice Commander Valdez gulped. "Sir, you can't just - "

"Valdez," Commander Akulov said with such force that it immediately silenced the Vice Commander. "I've seen enough of our soldiers, and it's time for us to act in advance. And I've made the conclusion - we're striking back. Call the Fifth Fleet for Operation Exodus Force."

"I-" Vice Commander Valdez tried to speak, but then stopped. "Yes, sir."

"Remember, Valdez," Commander Akulov called on his vice commander. "The idea may sound good - after all, we may be able to end the war and build a new Atlantica from its ashes. However, if we fail, all of us - including you and me - will be immediately executed for treason. And yet our exodus begins."

The Battle of Vancouver, The Fifth Fleet
April 7th, 1520 Local Time


"The Expeditionary Force Commander says so," Admiral Fernando Walters said. "Hernandez, Operation Exodus Force is now in action."

Vice Admiral Hernandez sighed. "Well, time for the battle of survival or death."

Admiral Walters was already working in advance: while the naval battle had temporarily ceased, the Atlantican Navy prepared for the attack - engines and fuel checked, weapons ready for defense, and sea cleared for the escape. As far as he was notified, the vessels holding the Expeditionary Force - almost all of the soldiers upon Vancouver Island, and over ninety percent of those over at Vancouver (//They've escaped via Tswwassen, which was still clear//) - had already converged, with full defense cover from the remaining frigates.

When everything was ready, Admiral Walters said, "Operation Exodus Force begins now."

Under his command, the entire Fifth Fleet, along with the vessels of the Expeditionary Force, advanced westbound: while the remaining carrier fighters struggled air cover, they attempted their best to block the enemy. Of course, the Northern Federation Fleet challenged them: providing ever-lasting firepower against the ships, they attempted to destroy the last of the Atlantican Fifth Fleet and the Expeditionary Force. However, with last-minute sacrifices made from the corvettes and some carrier fighters, the Atlantican Fleet escaped North America within hours, now fully out of it.
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Dotaria on Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:57 pm

//So you made a complete withdraw?//
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Post by Dotaria on Fri Apr 11, 2014 1:02 pm

//Ballistic missiles, as I have discussed with Atlantica, are not a feasible weapon to use, as they aren't cost effective unless you strap a nuclear warhead on them. He was talking of using a weapon that wouldn't be made against me to completely destroy a whole fleet to win the day. So, to take pressure off of my men in Vancouver, I launched a massive terroroist strike.

Granted, if I was Al-Queida or something, I wouldn't be able to do this as I wouldn't have enough money or the know-how of secured communications. If another country were to do this, however, or sympathizers in his country who sympathize with me, then planting bombs on a few buildings and a few in the streets to kill and destroy civilian targets to inflict terror is not that far out of reach, especially if they're funded by a government like mine.//
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Post by Topsail Empire on Fri Apr 11, 2014 7:03 pm

//How did you get them there? When? And how did they do all of this in secret?//
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Post by Atlantica on Fri Apr 11, 2014 8:02 pm

//Exactly my question. Also, to add on, by now, I would've put pretty much all of your 'sympathizers' over at those massive prison-like facilities, like the Americans did against Japanese-Americans at World War 2.

As for the ballistic missile part, it's actually a thing - even without nuclear warheads, I could take out your ships one-by-one: after all, it's strong enough (just with kinetic energy: don't get me started with warheads) to sink a carrier with a single shot.//
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Post by Topsail Empire on Fri Apr 11, 2014 8:57 pm

1900 April 7th, 2014
Off the coast of Panama


When President Abrams heard of the Atlantian withdraw, he immediately ordered the fleet to set coarse to Hawaii, instead. He knew that he had to strike the Atlantians before they could regroup, or else the war would last for months more. He called King Oslo with his plan, calling for 2,000 Topsail Marines landing in Oahu and 2,000 landing on the main Island of Hawaii, and to take over the Islands from there. With the Atlantian military bases on the Islands crippled (these are the only targets I will acknowledge, mainly because they are the only ones that make sense) it would be an easier fight. An Amphibious Assault Ship joined the fleet off of Honduras, and then the ships began their course towards Hawaii.
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Topsail Empire on Sat Apr 12, 2014 9:06 am

//I just calculated this, it will take me about 3.5 days (not exact) to get to Hawaii. So, my next post will be saying that it is the 10th.//
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Post by Topsail Empire on Sun Apr 13, 2014 3:47 pm

2350 April 10th, 2014
70 km off of Hawaii Island


The Topsail fleet was just approaching the Islands, and they were expected to reach them within 3 hours. The time was now to launch missiles at the Islands. The destroyer TENS Robert E. Lee was the first to fire, launching 5 cruise missiles at Atlantian bases on Maui, followed by 4 more missiles targeting bases on Oahu. In total 72 missiles were fired by the 6 destroyers and 2 cruisers of the task force, crippling the Atlantian military on the Island. It was now that Topsail Empire presented terms to hopefully prevent the landing of Topsail troops on the Islands. //Atlantica, I telegramed you the terms//
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Re: The Modern Tech War: The Pacific Rim Mk. 2

Post by Atlantica on Sun Apr 13, 2014 6:47 pm

50km Northeast of Hawaii Island
April 10th, 2351 Local Time


Just as the Topsail forces began to fire the cruise missiles, it was Airman Tristan Hernandez who had first detected them, aboard his F-25B 'Ghost Bird' stealth fighter. While he was going on air patrol, he noticed several small targets heading from the east of Hawaii Island, until he noticed their real form: cruise missiles, intended to destroy the Atlantican forces.

"Man," Airman Hernandez said, as he connected to the Pacific Command. "Pacific Command, this is Airman Hernandez. Several cruise missiles are approaching Hawaii... beware for that strike. Roger that."

Once his transmission was done, Airman Hernandez did a quick maneuver, while calling for three more of the wingmen, each not very far away from him. As soon as the ships were locked on, Airman Hernandez noticed a larger target - something like an Amphibious Assault Ship or even a carrier: a perfect target for his Yakhont missiles.

Airman Hernandez smiled. "Locked onto largest target - the rest, fire on the destroyers and cruisers."

Soon, once the two Yakhont missiles were locked on, Airman Hernandez fired up the missiles - straight for the enemy assault fleet. Once he finished firing, he did a quick maneuver toward the east and continued his advance - possibly at an effort to destroy the enemy air support.
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