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Nice update Remble.

I think it would be nice to see Attu taken if you ahve the chance, but we don't want to over extend ourselves do we?

I also think BC's and CVL's would be cool, the new Imperial Navy needs unique ships! Isn't the highest BC level 7 or something?

Anyways, how much IC do your current CVL's cost? I noticed you said you were researching new Carriers, for their Wing updates, but are you going to research new CVL's?
 

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As for me, Nice update!

The Japanese are holding back the Soviets in a nice way....no banzai attacks is always good. I hope you can win the game in some way or another, are you having a plan for the attack on the SU...counterattacking them and then forcing them into some kind of peace????

What are your long term goals for now?, apart from surviving :)

Tim
 

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10 destroyed divisions is no mean tally for a month's work. Considering that some of your bombers and CAS are still operating in the Pacific, I see potential for an increase of Soviet casualties.
 

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Sokraates said:
10 destroyed divisions is no mean tally for a month's work. Considering that some of your bombers and CAS are still operating in the Pacific, I see potential for an increase of Soviet casualties.
Especially once they spread out more.
 

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Manpower indeed could become critical. Knowing when to retreat I feel will quickly determine how this war goes.
 

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whats going on in europe?

have the allies realsed any countries yet?
 

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What for an insult for Stalin that the japanese emperor keeps on conquering islands in the pacific, then to send all availible troops to the sowjet front!

I think it would be a bad idea to build more ships, all effort is needed to beat the russian bear. Therefore and with the MP-problem in mind i suggest to concentrate on building a larger ground attack air force, when the INF upgrades are finished. The IJN is able to deal with a smaller, but more modern american CV-Fleet. In an emergency case the tactical bombers could be moved.
 

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I wouldn't wait for the emergency but rather; if you strike, strike as hard as you can. niecht klackern, Klotzen!
since airbases are the problem in Sinkiang, and Remble is not about to build a lot of em, can the the tactical bombers already reach Manchuria and Primorski from bases in Japan? Make em even pay for those 'empty' provinces in manchuria.
 

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What is the situation with the Ocha ? Did you send any of your navy there to starve this stack to the death ? Soviets have almost no naval forces so you should be able to starve them to death. Also what about Karachi did you thought about getting rid of some of those Allies troops there ? Attacking Birjand would sent those single troops to retreat which would be good target practicing for any of your planes, but I guess Allies are really not your biggest problem atm but merely a secondary target, but still you could then defend this border with single or double troops, but anyways I guess you need to adjust your tactics depending of the Soviets advance and as I don't have your save I'll better wait and see what tomorrow brings :)
 

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Grapp said:
What is the situation with the Ocha ? Did you send any of your navy there to starve this stack to the death ? Soviets have almost no naval forces so you should be able to starve them to death.

It looks to me as though the Russians are more than capable of starving their own troops to death, without Remble's help at all. I wonder if only every second man gets a gun still, with the first getting the bullets.

The fact that supplies of instant ramen and Yakult to Russia have stopped seem to have only worsened the situation.

Ergh. What an awful combination that would be.
 

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Fgorginator - They still have a few to sacrifice :)

ColossusCrusher - Thanks for pointing that out and its been edited. These little slips are bound to happen occasionally as I don't use a spell checker.

robou - Manpower is going to be the main problem almost certainly. They could probably try and swim but thats the only way the Red Army will get on to mainland Japan.

Middelkerke - The Soviets didn't bring anywhere near enough troops to force me out of China :)

nuts n guts - Thank you very much. Welcome to both the forums and this AAR :)

UncleAlias - 20 is about right as they start with 12 building I think.

Maj. von Mauser - Who is to say that Attu isn't the target of Operation Mystery? BC 7 is the best one correct. I do know that SHBB or BB are better in terms of IC days but I want to use something people hardly ever use. Current CVL's cost 2.5 IC/day so 5 IC for the two. I will be researching all newer models before I build them and will most likely cancel the current CVL's once I research a newer model.

Timmie0307 - Thanks. Hirohito wishes to be having dinner in Moscow on April 1st 1948 so that is the current goal. Not likely to happen that quickly though, maybe 1949 :)

Warpimp - Welcome aboard :)

Sokraates, germanpeon - 10 is a decent start. I would expect to be killing around 20 a month once I have all my bombers available and in range. It will take a while for them to spread out enough to make bombing very easy.

stnylan - Conserving manpower is very important for Japan without the land bridge. I will run out, of that there is little doubt. I have some spare HQ's sitting on some islands that I can disband if more manpower is required at short notice, but other than that not much more I can do.

Reado - They released everything shortly after Germany surrendered and nothing is happening in Europe at all.

cjwet - I will probably build another 8 TACs sometime this year but that will be the last bombers I will build. I do not want to have too many or I can destroy the entire Soviet army in a year which makes things a little too easy. The IJN can handle the current USN but the US can probably triple the size of its fleet in 12 months at which point the IJN gets rolled. I will need more modern ships and they take almost 2 years to build.

Juan_de_Marco - My TACs can reach just about anywhere and my CAS can reach almost nowhere. The TAC's are trying to protect Harbin for the moment which means they have to bomb close by.

Grapp - I want the Soviet troops out of Ocha so will not cut them off. Once they leave voluntarily I will just double invade the island and take both airbases and ports at once. The British aren't much of a worry and my bombers are busy with the Red Army. If they attack Karachi I will send some bombers to destroy them. Update is about to be up and would already if I didn't preview my posts and noticed two more comments to answer :)

Ruodnane - I am trying to help their supply situation as fast as my bombers will let me :)

Update to follow ...
 

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0500 May 1st 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

Higashikuni would continue to repulse as many Soviet advances as he could until such time as they became too numerous for this tactic to work. He knew that once they had built up enough forces to attack in large numbers that his own troops would withdraw, only to repeat the process again and again. There would be another constant during this entire time.​

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Red Army troops that had advanced in too small a number would be savaged by Japanese bombers as they were forced backwards. There had been seven divisions in Altay when they had arrived, only five remained and they were all showing signs of heavy losses.​





0000 May 2nd 1946.
Diplomatic Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

Mamoru was monitoring possible trades when a note appeared on his table that his assistant thought he might like to see.​

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The Soviets had a new Head of State. Nikolay Shvernik had replaced Mikhail Kalininin. Nothing had really changed, Stalin still controlled the Soviet Union and its massive armed forces.​





0000 May 2nd 1946.
Kwantung Army Headquarters. Harbin, Manchukuo.

The response to Japanese bombing had been to increase the number of Soviet bombers attacking Japanese ground troops. Red Army soldiers were invariably caught moving and were a lot more vunerable as a result.​

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The Soviet bombers were targetting troops heavily dug in on mountains. No damage would result from these or further attacks in the area. Terauchi wasn't about to just let these Dive bombers do whatever they liked of course as he had Interceptors at his disposal.​

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Mj. General Saboru, a highly skilled commander after much practice in the Pacific, caught three of the unescorted bomber squadrons over Liaoyuan. Only two would return to base and they would be out of action for some time to undergo repairs.​






0300 May 3rd 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamashiro, Central Marshalls.

Japanese marines had landed on Bikini Island in the Marshalls at 0300 hours on May 3rd.​

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Ozawa could begin another operation in earnest now that this island chain was secure. Forces would be required to remain to defend the furthermost Japanese territory in the Pacific and they would need to be substantial for the time being.​





1000 May 4th 1946.
The Skies Above Liaoyuan.

The Soviet airforce had a large amount of Dive bombers at its disposal and they were increasing in numbers over Manchuria.​

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The latest four squadrons to bomb Liaoyuan and its headquarters division were intercepted by both Japanese Interceptor wings as well as the Tactical bombers on their way north. The results would be very one sided although no enemy squadron would be totally destroyed.​





0000 May 5th 1946.
The Skies Above Sinkiang.

The fairly large infantry formation that had entered Altay had suffered for its advance as it was pummeled by Dive bombers.​

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None of the Red Army divisions would leave alive. Japanese Close Air Support aircraft would once more cross over the Soviet border to hunt further prey until such time as more enemy troops entered China.​





0500 May 6th 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamashiro, Centrall Marshalls.

The British Transport fleets that had been trying to land on New Ireland had been forced away from the area and had chosen to head north east towards the safety of Hawaii.​

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None of them would make it as Japanese Interceptors accounted for most of the damaged vessels. One did make it as far as the South West Marshalls where CA Division 1 sank it during their transit towards Kwajalein. The Heavy Cruiser IJN Suzuya would claim what was left of the Transport fleet. CA Division 1 would take over the defence of the Central Marshalls to allow Ozawa the freedom to move BB Division 1 wherever it was needed.​

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The removal of the patrolling aircraft from the Indian Ocean and Indonesia had left a large area where nothing was watching for incoming enemy shipping. Ozawa had chosen to use Japanese Submarines to plug the gap. They had now arrived on station and formed a line from India in the north to Australia in the south. Three damaged Submarine Flotillas were heading towards Perth where they would complete the defensive line once repaired.​

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CA Division 2 was also on station in the Central Gilberts. The Heavy Cruiser IJN Ashigara blew the 41st Destroyer Division out of the water shortly afterwards. The Gilbert Islands were very lightly defended but no plans were being made to occupy them for the moment.​
 

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BB Division 2 had rotated into the Central Marshalls to allow BB Division 1 some repair time. The Battleship IJN Ise sank the Peter Stuyvesant Transport Division as it possibly attempted another invasion in the area.​

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CA Division 4, operating from the Fiji Islands, encountered an American Transport fleet in the West Tonga Trench as it carried out its defensive duties. The enemy ships would escape to the north east and would not be pursued. Ozawa was slightly concerned that the Allies were operating this far south without any nearby port facility.​



1000 May 8th 1946.
The Skiea Above Liaoyuan.

Saboru was out hunting enemy bombers once more on May 8th. He would find more to shoot down as he flew over Liaoyuan in response to a report from the Japanese troops being bombed.​

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Another four Soviet Dive bomber squadrons would be needing some time on the ground to repair a large amount of damage as Saboru's Interceptors tore them apart.​

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Siamese bombers patrolling the Tsushima Strait encountered a large Soviet Submarine force heading north towards Vladivostok. The Submarines were of older models but could cause problems if they were to try and hunt Japanese convoys transporting supplies to Asia.​





0000 May 10th 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

The advances into Mongolia had allowed Higashikuni to make follow up attacks in this lightly defended region. He may as well use his superior numbers while he still had them.​

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General Sakai commanded the attack towards Muren that would see three enemy divisions in full retreat after a brief skirmish. No advance was ordered as Higashikuni was happy with his current position in this area. Advancing any further north was asking for trouble with over two hundred enemy divisions to the west of this area.​





0200 May 10th 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamashiro, Kwajalein.

One enemy fleet had managed to penetrate the Heavy Cruiser screen in the south and central Pacific. A Canadian Transport fleet had been spotted by air patrols close to the New Hebreides.​

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Admiral Komatsu's CA Division 3 would fail to sink the enemy fleet and would also be unable to find it during a follow up operation. The Canadian fleet would also evade Japanese aircraft patrolling the region. No doubt it would cause some trouble wherever it was heading.​

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CA Division 4 encountered a larger enemy Transport fleet in the West Tonga Trench at 1500 hours. Neither enemy Division would sink and they would both head to Arorae to the north east where two more enemy divisions would join the one currently occupying the island.​





0000 May 11th 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

More enemy forces had moved forwards into Altay province in North West China. The Dive bombers had been ordered to find out the size of the enemy army.​

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The three divisions they reported were soon retreating as the large Japanese army in Urumqi forced them back with the aid of the bombers.​





0700 May 11th 1946.
Kwantung Army Headquarters. Harbin, Manchukuo.

Terauchi had ordered the longer ranged Tactical bombers at his disposal to make an overflight of northern Manchuria after enemy troops had been reported occupying Mohe province.​

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He did not particularly like their report after they returned from their mission. There were a sizable number of enemy troops on the border and it was beginning to look like Higashikuni was facing the smaller part of the Red Army.​

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After spending many months on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, Mj. General Kanda had been embarked onboard a spare Transport fleet and dropped off in Tangshan in northern China. He would make his way north to join the forces currently defending Bayan Tumen.​
 
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Remble said:
Update is about to be up and would already if I didn't preview my posts and noticed two more comments to answer :)

Sorry about that. Blame my antipodean ways, I always have down time to leave inane comments about that time of the day.

But the possibility of disbanding HQs! Who will serve the tea?! Or polish boots?! Or compose the necessary battle poetry?!

And it was hilarious to read that you will not build too much more of any air force - just to give the Reds a chance, naturally.
 
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5 divisions destroy in 5 days... Good start of the month. :)

Once one of your CA divisions encounters a real fleet we will know if they are worth the IC...

btw: A little typo on the 8th of may... It should be Japanese convoys and not sovjet convonys...
 

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Ah, the destruction proceeds beyond my expectations. Excellent. :cool:

Also, Kanda's command is called "25. Armee"? Does he think he is German or something?
 

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Do you plan, in one of the following updates, to catch some secret infos about your enemies like you did when you showed the "nofog naval comparaison"?
 

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so have the EU declaired war on you as well, must of missed it if they did!
 

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Yes that was to be expected, wasn't it? The redeploying to the Soviet Far East would take them a bit longer than to Kazakhstan - so the bulk of their army showing up later; Higashikuni doesn't know how easy he had it in Urumqi!