20 level finnish ninja
- Apr 19, 2006
I have allways wondered, why do you people always make 99 orders, isin`t that just a waste of manpower, especially at a time of war?
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no, it reduces unit production time/cost due to Slider settings and gearing effect bonusescloneof said:I have allways wondered, why do you people always make 99 orders, isin`t that just a waste of manpower, especially at a time of war?
OOC : Yay, my events.Yekaterina Smirnova said:Current Status of Aircraft Industry
Although Liberia does not process any military aircraft now, Liberia Aeronautics and Liberian Aeronautic Company do have the ability and resources to develop and build military aircrafts and to form the Liberian Air Force.
Also, both Monrovia and Freetown process air bases built by former colonists. As they are mainly used for air transport, they can be converted to military airbases as well.
The develop direction of Liberian Air Force suggested by Chief of Air Force
Due to the lack of Air Force tradition of Liberian Army, I have recruited technicians and organised them to study the doctrines used by other nations. Although the studies are just started, we believe that the Doctrine of Army Aviation would proof very useful for the military.
Doctrine of Army Aviation, in simplified terms, suggest that the Air Force should serve the purpose of "flying artillery". As its name applies, modified fighters that are capable of delivering bombs towards ground targets, or Close Air Support (CAS), will form the backbone of the Air Force.
Unlike real artilleries, CAS are highly mobile, and are not as vulnerable as artilleries. CAS can also aim at specific target down to a marching platoon, providing a considerably high accuracy. With these advantages, sniping retreating enemy units are possible, and can deliver heavy damages to them as they are disorganised.
The basic idea of coordinated assault by Land Army and CAS is :
．Before the major assault, CAS can disrupt the enemy by bombarding the supply line and infrastructure, providing a better condition for our Army.
．During the assault, CAS can also bombard enemy units to reduce their strength or disrupting their defense or counterattack.
．If the assault succeed, CAS can strike on retreating units to deliver even more damage. With skills and a bit luck, this tactics can even destroy a division completely.
Other than CAS, tactical bombers and strategic bombers can also deliver damages for the Army to advance. However, their main purpose would be destroying enemy infrastructure and industry, as a strategic goal rather than tactical goals of CAS. Because of the higher cost of these bombers, CAS would still be our first choice.
A CAS-based Airforce would proof useful because of its mobility and strength, and its potential should not be overlooked. The Air Force suggests that the government should invest some of its resources to build the first Air Wings, to test its power and to study for better tactics.
Well, that's awesome at least. Will be interesting to see what he'll manage to do in Africa.Anteep said:yes, that is the yusupov who murdered Rasputin (or was at least involved in the murder), my backstory is that he went to Liberia after leaving Russia (instead of Paris) and used his money to get himself political power. Anyway, I was just wikipedia-ing for a suitable character to use in this AAR (preferably someone who lived in WW1, and someone who was important but not too important) when this guy popped up.
Great start BTW, this should be interesting.
Hey, you are ministers and you are running this country! We may not have money at the moment, but if we would have you would be deciding should we send spies to USA and try to steal blueprints etc.Enewald said:
Cheers,Report on the foreign affairs of Liberia.
I'm proud to announce that we have at last broken our direct ties with the United States of America. Though we still grant them military access, it is only formal.
As we begin with a blank page in the foreign ministry department, I have some clear suggestions for our next steps towards becomeing the powerful nation in our region! We must start developing relations with Germany, as a potential ally and a major military power, they will prove to be extremly generous towards our golrious nation.
One more thing, watching and learning from Germanys experience, I must demand that our researchers develope a better agronomy technology. A well fed nation is a well prepared army.
Erik von Landorf
Well, even Navy without ships and Air Force without planes have reports.Enewald said: