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0100 December 8th 1946.
The Skies Above Hohhot

Japanese Dive bombers began the task of reducing the enemy forces in Hohhot province in preparation for a ground attack that was being planned for December 10th.​

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The six Soviet divisions had already begun to fortify their position forcing the bombers to switch their targetting to the organisation of the enemy troops. The Dive bombers were joined by Air General Kondo's Tactical bombers on the 9th to speed up the process.​

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To the east the Tactical bombers operating from South Korea attacked the two Infantry divisions that had recently arrived in Chongyin province. Most of the Soviet forces that had moved to Vladivostok to repell the Japanese invasions were moving back to Chongyin in response to the attack on that province.​





0300 December 10th 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

The bombers had been making things a little easier for the attack that Higashikuni had planned for Hohhot province. General Dohihara arrived in Datong province on schedule and acted upon his orders immediately.​

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Nine divisions from Datong and Yuling attacked the six enemy divisions defending Hohhot with massive air support from two of Japan's bomber formations. The Soviet troops would not hold for long under the onslaught and would become easy prey for the bombers as they were forced to retreat after a brief battle over the desert province. No advance was ordered by Higashikuni who kept his forces in the snow covered mountainous regions instead.​





2300 December 10th 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamashiro, Truk.

Japanese Interceptors were still patrolling parts of the Pacific with their slightly older non-turbojet aircraft. Ozawa received a report from one such squadron which was operating around the Marshall Islands.​

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Another small American Carrier Task force was spotted heading south west towards the Carolines where BB Division 1 was currently based. Admiral Glassford was in command of the enemy fleet which included the Aircraft Carrier USS Forrestal which was the first of class for this particular design. The fleet was not large but it did have sufficient escorting ships to cause some problems to the smaller Japanese fleets.​





0500 December 11th 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

The removal of the forces defending Hohhot province allowed Higashikuni a brief respite to order the Tactical bombers on a reconnaisance mission further north.​

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They headed for former Mongolia and bombed a heavily entrenched garrison division in Ulan Bator. The report that they provided Higashikuni indicated no major enemy forces in the area although there were some Soviet troops heading towards the front line further south.​

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At 1100 hours he also received a report from forces that had advanced into Persia during Operation Komodo. The single Japanese division was attacked in Chah Bahar and forced to withdraw back to Karachi. What looked to be a sizeable Allied force was moving to the front lines again which would cause Higashikuni to halt forward movement of his own troops. Japanese High Command would examine the situation closely and determine if additional forces could be spared to strengthen the position and possibly allow an invasion behind the enemy front line further up the Persian Gulf.​
 

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0100 December 12th 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamashiro, East Carolines.

Ozawa was being kept informed of the whereabouts of Glassford and his Carrier Task force as it moved through the Pacific. BB Division 1 had already sailed from Truk in response to Glassford's movements.​

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Reports indicated that Glassford was looking for a fight and was steaming directly towards Ozawa's main Battleship fleet as it waited in the East Carolines. There was no chance of his slower force being able to chase the American fleet so Ozawa would wait for Glassford to come to him which could mean a daylight show down with the USS Forrestal.​





0100 December 12th 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

The bombing of Hohhot was continuing to reduce the enemy numbers in the province as they tried to retreat north. None of the six divisions would make it of course as the Japanese Dive bombers proved their destructive power once more.​

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Higashikuni was a lot more concerned with the enemy force that had just arrived in Bayan Nur which could easily turn south east into his less well defended center. The bombers would be required to investigate this latest enemy army before Higashikuni could possibly order an attack to force it to retreat. The lack of snow through this area was allowing the Red Army to continue its force build up during the Winter months which did not bode well for the Spring.​





0100 December 12th 1946.
Diplomatic Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

Current trade agreements were alleviating the problems Japan had with its resources but there were still deficits to be looked at with Energy always at the top of the list. Mamoru kept a close eye on his trading partners and occasionally found some worth while opportunities.​

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The latest would be with his favourite trading partner in Venezuela which was providing Japan with large amounts of Oil already and some Energy. He managed to negotiate a trade for a fairly large amount of Energy in exchange for supplies which would help the current decline in Japanese reserves. He would be required to continue to monitor the market for further chances like this one which were few and far between as Japan only had a limited amount of Countries that were willing to trade with it.​





0300 December 12th 1946.
The Skies Above Hamhung.

Fukui was still waiting for his new aircraft when he was called into action once more. Another Soviet Dive bomber wing had been detected as it tried to attack the entrenched Japanese troops in Hamhung province.​

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The Japanese Interceptors repeated their previous performance as they shot down numerous enemy aircraft before the Soviet bombers withdrew from their ground attack. Fukui was looking forward to having the better aircraft soon as he knew what the results would be if he found such an unescorted enemy force with the new Interceptors.​





1200 December 12th 1946.
The Skies Above Samoa.

Ichimaru and Genda had spent months slowly whittling down the enemy Submarine force hiding in Samoa in between other missions that targetted more substantial enemy vessels. They both knew that the appearance of an enemy Carrier Task force to the north would probably require their attention soon and they wished to be done with the repeated attacks on Samoa.​

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The final American Submarine sank on December 12th as Ichimaru made the last bombing run against the small harbour which had become littered with American ships and Submarines. Genda was already on his way back to Fiji where both he and Ichimaru would find new orders that would see then heading towards the Carolines.​
 

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nice update =)

w00t first to respond to an update :D
 

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Nice update,

but do you have plans to get out of the warfare with the Soviet Union .... or better said.... what are your long term plans....

I see that you are fighting back and the Soviets...with 4x more divisions are being held back...Are you currently creating any Infantry divisions etc. Or not?

Can't wait for the next update!

Tim
 

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Wow, Samoa must have been an XP fountain for your naval bombers and crew :)
 

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Cmon manpower event! We need a new corp of infantry!!!! Spring will be brutal, I hope you can outlast it. I have fears that you can not but they will never take the home islands. Also could you send me the updated savegame again please?

gen_deutsch1@yahoo.com
 

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Timmie0307 said:
Nice update,

but do you have plans to get out of the warfare with the Soviet Union .... or better said.... what are your long term plans....

His goal is to systematically destroy the Red army and conquer the USSR by April '48.

Timmie0307 said:
I see that you are fighting back and the Soviets...with 4x more divisions are being held back...Are you currently creating any Infantry divisions etc. Or not?

He does not have the manpower or the IC (either going into upgrades or low MP units) to build infantry divisions.

Timmie0307 said:
Can't wait for the next update!

Tim

Neither can I. :D
 

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Remble said:
[...] so Ozawa would wait for Glassford to come to him which could mean a daylight show down with the USS Forrestal.

Can´t wait. Can´t wait. Can´t wait.

Hey, if you use cliffhangers you need to live with inappropriate impatience :D
 

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Krogzar - Thanks. You have to be quick sometimes :D

robou - Submarines are annoyingly hard to sink for my forces, whereas one Canadian Naval bomber squadron sank two of mine in no time at all.

Timmie0307, Panzer6 - Thank you. I think Panzer6 covered everything :)

safferli - You would think so but unfortunately not. The leaders got some experience for sure but the bombers suatained too many losses to gain experience.

genbrad - Actually I wouldn't mind some Armour for the counter offensive against the Soviets, but that is nothing but a dream. Savegame will be sent after I make the update :)

Fgorginator - As it should with all of my troops suitable clothed in New Zealand made winter clothing :)

Thurak - The odd cliffhanger here and there is always a good thing :D

Update to follow ...
 

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1200 December 12th 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamashiro, East Carolines.

Ozawa knew that Glassford was heading in his direction and his spotter planes were out looking for the enemy Carrier Task force. Visibility was not good when the two fleets met but the nightime conditions would favour the Japanese gun ships over the USS Forrestal.​

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The initial range would only permit Glassford's Carrier to attack but Ozawa knew that the situation would change quickly as his Light Carrier IJN Hosho allowed the range to close. His ships had the advantage of experience over the newer largely untested American ships and crews. IJN Kongo and her crew were the most experienced as the battle began with only one of Glassford's Destroyer Divisions having seen any previous action.

Both Admirals were closely matched with Ozawa's Tactical training giving him a slight edge. The American fleet had superior positioning which would provide a significant advantage to even the odds somewhat.​

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Within an hour Japanese Battleships and the Battlecruiser IJN Kongo were in range of the enemy fleet and the battle began in earnest. Initial targetting favoured Glassford as his Carrier had the luxury of picking its target, whereas Ozawa's Battleships could not get close enough to the Carrier until they could remove the escorts.

The USS Forrestal began targetting Ozawa's Flagship IJN Yamashiro as the USS Bataan, a Light Carrier, picked out the Battlecruiser IJN Kongo.

Only three of the Japanese ships that were in range would open fire initially with both IJN Yamashiro and IJN Kongo targetting the 5th Destroyer Division. The Japanese Light Carrier IJN Hosho tried to keep USS Bataan occupied to reduce any damage to IJN Kongo. The 5th Destroyer Division was the only ship that sustained significant damage during the first hour of combat.

By 1400 hours the 5th Destroyer Division had been sunk by IJN Yamashiro as both remaining Japanese Battleships opened fire. IJN Nagato and IJN Yamato picked one enemy Destroyer each as the remaining ships continued to attack their previous targets. The range had closed enough to allow one of Ozawa's Light Cruisers to also join the battle but it would be out of range before it could target an enemy ship.

The next two hours saw a steady amount of light damage being inflicted by both fleets but no critical hits were achieved until Glassford opened the range and escaped to the east. Neither IJN Yamashiro or IJN Kongo managed to acquire a second target after sinking the 5th Destroyer Division which allowed Glassford to escape relatively unharmed. Almost all of the damage inflicted upon BB Division 1 landed on one target which would require some major repairs to be conducted.​

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IJN Yamashiro had sustained very heavy damage from the repeated air attacks against it which night only managed to reduce. Had the battle occured during daylight hours she may well have been sunk. Ozawa would head back to Tokyo to allow his Flagship to repair, and a slight re-organisation of the Japanese Battleship fleets would occur at that time as BB Division 2 also headed back to Japan.​

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Japanese Interceptors found Glassford again in the Southwest Marshalls with no dmage having been sustained by either of the Carriers in his fleet. Both Destroyer Divisions were severely damaged however. The hunt would now be conducted by Ichimaru and Genda who had rebased to the region just for that purpose.​

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Ozawa also received another report from Colombo where Lt. General Uchiyama was attacked again by American troops intent on claiming Ceylon. Unlike previous attempts this one at least had the right sort of troops mix and a small amount of casualties would result for Uchiyama. His losses would of course pale in comparison to the American losses as the Japanese Submarines eventually forced the Transport ships to leave.​





2100 December 12th 1946.
Naval Offices. Tokyo, Japan.

The Soviet movements around the Siberian coast were being closely monitored by Osami as he looked for further weaknesses that could be exploited by Operation Tedious.​

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The Red Army had advanced into Tetyukhe province to re-claim it and the troops involved in that advance were moving north to secure the remaining coastal provinces controlled by Japan.​

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The Infantry division involved had made itself very vunerable by moving forwards and the Tactical bomber wing operating from South Korea would make it pay as no enemy Interceptors arrived to stop the destruction.​
 

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0000 December 14th 1946.
Kwantung Army Headquarters. Mukden, Manchukuo.

The front had calmed down somewhat as the snows fell but Soviet troops were still trying to advance into Ulan Hot from various other provinces. Some of these troops had already been forced out on one occasion but had been ordered to return. Japanese Dive bombers continued to pound the retreating forces in Ulan Hot with an Armoured division being the current target.​

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Terauchi would most likely have to attack the province several more times to avoid having a large enemy presence in the province. Every time the Red Army advanced it ran into Japanese bombers and the forces were slowly beginning to show the initial signs of dwindling numbers as the formerly very large enemy armies became more managable.​





0000 December 14th 1946.
The Skies Above the Magellan Rise.

Genda made contact with Glassford's fleet in the Magellan Rise shortly after dawn on December 14th. Ichimaru would be patrolling further north which would prevent him joining the attack on this occasion.​

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Only one vessel would succumb to the first bombing run against the damaged fleet as Glassford lost his most damaged Destroyer Division to Genda's experienced bombers. The hunt would continue for several more days much of it in vain.​





2200 December 14th 1946.
Kwantung Army Headquarters. Mukden, Manchukuo.

Soviet troops were still advancing in some areas, where they were capturing territory. One such province would be the capital of Manchukuo, Xinjing.​

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An unknown number of Soviet troops had captured the province, with estimates as high as twelve divisions, which had been the full force used to evict the Japanese Headquarters that had been stationed there. Terauchi would await a report from his bombers before deciding on a course of action. The constant attacks against Ulan Hot took on more significance as any Soviet advance into that province would allow an enveloping attack against Mukden as things stood right now.​





2200 December 14th 1946.
North China Army Headquarters. Lanzhou, China.

Higashikuni had been given no option but to place Operation Komodo temporarily on hold as fresh enemy forces moved into Persia.​

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They captured Chah Bahar fairly quickly with a fairly large force also moving further north to secure Birjand province. The usual stalemate looked to be on the cards as Japanese troops dug in around Karachi once more.

Higashikuni had reported the situation to Japanese High Command with his recommendations and the response had been decided in short order. There had been three choices: Firstly they could hold Karachi as normal; Secondly they could redeploy more troops to the area to try and force the enemy back; Thirdly they could move an even larger force with aircraft and ships to support it and try and move around behind the enemy positions.​

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Tanigawa, Satoru, Jun and Osami had deliberated for only a few hours before they went for their third option. Some time would be needed to muster the forces but they would be making their way towards India as soon as possible. The divisions that had been on coastal defence in India all received orders to move forward by train to Karachi. One Tactical bomber formation would be made availabe when required but it would continue to harass Soviet forces until that time.

The Naval component would include Carrier Groups C and D as well as one Transport fleet from Japan. One of the Pacific Heavy Cruiser fleets would also make its way west. The forces would require a minimum of two weeks to arrive with the naval travel times largely dictacting the pace.

There were also significant forces moved from other areas to both cover this operation and strengthen the defences in China. Most of the Siamese troops began redeployments to the Indian coastal provinces vacated by Japanese troops.

Additionally the Manchurian troops protecting the southern Chinese coastline started moving north to replace the defensive forces in the capital of Mengkokuo. The older types of Infantry divisions currently defending the province would take up the positions vacated by the Manchurian forces. This would greatly enhance the stability of Mengkokuo as some of the Manchurian divisions were more modern than even the Japanese Infantry were.​
 

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If i am correct, you would have to land in Abadan (i really can't spell that place) oil fields if you wanted to land anywhere, or even further west in Iraw or Kuwait. Which is it too be?
 

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i wonder if it would be possible at all to come that far in this scenario using Arma :p
 

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alan_le_cowboy said:
May be problems would be different...
Airpower would be lowered but manpower issue would be reduced...

yeah all of his bombers would have long gone been destroyed in ARMA, hence why my IC is always clogged up trying to use similar tactics as in this :(
 

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Pity you couldn't sink the carrier. Well, too few carriers and too much time needed to find the correct targets. Have you researched "Deep Operations Doctrine"?
 

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(Many) Allied troops in Persia again... makes me wonder: Does the AI land all/most/many of it's divisions in the Middle East and let them march towards Karachi from there? Then a landing behind the lines would be quite challenging. Good luck / have fun :)
 

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@safferli

safferli said:
Pity you couldn't sink the carrier. Well, too few carriers and too much time needed to find the correct targets. Have you researched "Deep Operations Doctrine"?

You should look there.

@Remble
I thought that CV cannot fight at all during night time.
Did I miss something?
:confused:
 
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