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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 12, 42" ?( K& s! n* Q
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南洋战场,巨港陷落
/ t+ M8 B; n2 N* i/ G( C3 h6 {, {% G大陆战场,派遣军占领湘潭后,2个师团北上迂回到长沙以北,企图切断通往常德的通路;另一路主力西进杀入衡阳,企图打通交通线。
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# @  F9 k2 Z) T% j. a! Y' {Ground combat at Palembang (48,91)
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( K$ O, u: c% f' ?9 xJapanese Deliberate attack2 h6 u3 @! `, d! K
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Attacking force 13125 troops, 187 guns, 23 vehicles, Assault Value = 3473 K! s" _" R6 a

% l8 k3 p9 b! X8 I4 R4 oDefending force 3010 troops, 24 guns, 5 vehicles, Assault Value = 40
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! K# I- G$ Q. b$ wAllied adjusted defense: 16 ; _' C6 a* {, c

& X6 l2 d2 [) B( I) OJapanese assault odds: 19 to 1 (fort level 1) 9 o9 y/ H: u9 }$ c2 V, A

+ C0 w! X& J5 i) C! S: k) sJapanese forces CAPTURE Palembang !!!, |( n% X* h1 N- l+ R4 a9 S
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Combat modifiers
+ m+ C# f5 C: ~  r8 q6 pDefender: terrain(+), disruption(-), preparation(-), morale(-)
' K/ m& L( {2 I8 A experience(-)
$ N2 R& Y6 f) ]8 L- A2 wAttacker: 1 J1 P7 \) o4 l8 G, C+ ^% T  P
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Japanese ground losses:
0 S. G7 B" }! {  o0 P, B      55 casualties reported8 ?- H  F0 W% b
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 7 disabled
( Z( W8 ]% l( O6 K         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled& F/ p# f. @. q: O4 ~+ r4 Z/ q) s
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled7 r# j! k2 B# P( j8 W

& f: L  V- D% S4 HAllied ground losses:
* U9 q- t7 w# ~- T/ _" U) `6 L      942 casualties reported9 ]8 t, A) C3 h9 W+ d1 \8 _
         Squads: 9 destroyed, 18 disabled/ l, s# y: _- \9 n7 w+ V, m& c
         Non Combat: 47 destroyed, 17 disabled0 c  _8 M6 U; o$ e4 |
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled+ p8 a0 e& v9 }& n7 h+ a+ T' y; R! z; t
      Guns lost 17 (16 destroyed, 1 disabled)* ^4 n4 o# ~/ b2 u  C0 Q- f; Y
      Vehicles lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled)+ e$ l% {. c1 T! w$ R
      Units retreated 3
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3 n( l' ]% C2 \4 i: y( z' r% gDefeated Allied Units Retreating!
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 16, 42' }3 ~  k$ N* X: _$ T4 c- r
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大陆战场,派遣军占领湘潭后,一部向北迂回长沙,一部攻入衡阳,将长沙孤立,并发动首次进攻,但是这点兵力似乎有点不够看。* p2 y8 x; f% |; L1 u
另外,在南阳方向,派遣军调动主力向西安方向突进,企图击退驻守秦岭伏牛山的国军,可惜由于地形和堆叠惩罚,虽然优势兵力却损失惨重。
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Ground combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang)
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Japanese Deliberate attack5 f7 [( R+ A4 M; x7 }) V

; z: m+ T) L# zAttacking force 115577 troops, 1260 guns, 839 vehicles, Assault Value = 3597- @) y; P4 T2 f  K" Y! D
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Defending force 34161 troops, 108 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 839
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Japanese adjusted assault: 730
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7 L. j- d3 u! }) iAllied adjusted defense: 3088
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4 M5 I# ?: O/ o( I! {) yJapanese assault odds: 1 to 4   F3 e2 F- I2 ?7 m! x$ [
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Combat modifiers( V( G+ |! N. }4 L) s
Defender: terrain(+)
8 y/ k" d/ E2 L9 j- aAttacker: 9 G' G) y: D" [9 n
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Japanese ground losses:
7 G* j+ g4 E% H4 e  S% H/ i      10674 casualties reported
& ~* w* A  A4 S+ k# f" P         Squads: 364 destroyed, 112 disabled
: X2 P6 G3 L, k: e% q9 P% w9 s         Non Combat: 81 destroyed, 27 disabled( k0 W: p- t, W/ z8 n3 O
         Engineers: 46 destroyed, 24 disabled2 i' j. X# E" k9 D
      Guns lost 62 (40 destroyed, 22 disabled)4 ]/ |8 a2 |; z9 o3 H
      Vehicles lost 33 (29 destroyed, 4 disabled), {/ l1 C) ?: H5 ~9 }
      Units destroyed 1
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Allied ground losses:
7 }, P2 I; f% [$ @) w      1455 casualties reported2 m4 F9 D* o, J
         Squads: 4 destroyed, 69 disabled
. F; `. h! v& Z3 ~, ~  M         Non Combat: 2 destroyed, 16 disabled
' R4 ]7 X1 K5 X2 t! ?  n         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled4 ?+ L; X# H0 @2 P3 R* I! x
      Guns lost 18 (1 destroyed, 17 disabled)
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3 L7 b) Y6 _- r  D  X3 B8 jGround combat at Changsha (82,52)3 p4 k, a+ O6 ?6 C9 o& |& D
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Japanese Deliberate attack
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Attacking force 23657 troops, 158 guns, 4 vehicles, Assault Value = 7580 Z4 W- w5 K& I+ e4 ]! m
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Defending force 9974 troops, 39 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 216; b) g6 z: D% k1 u/ t7 J

: M8 e0 y3 U) q& `( r- j; J# |4 k+ Z# Z. oJapanese engineers reduce fortifications to 56 X) W  W  B+ g

6 O* R, D  [# H' f: ~6 ZJapanese adjusted assault: 661
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Allied adjusted defense: 493 & x3 w1 m: a/ j: D% f+ ]
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Japanese assault odds: 1 to 1 (fort level 5)
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Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 5
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Combat modifiers
6 L, k+ {. n- I" p2 S" f. l( ZDefender: terrain(+), preparation(-), experience(-)! {$ {. U  y' Q2 M
Attacker: - H$ U& m3 e4 n

$ C( S6 F* W: TJapanese ground losses:/ `) R* E% X/ i$ |: x
      301 casualties reported- |1 f: A4 n( x* X. r/ X! x
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 22 disabled
: d7 u* Z% W7 c- H2 H         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled% z& y: R* e3 e& S7 A/ d
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
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Allied ground losses:8 L/ A- a2 W8 Q/ ~
      272 casualties reported+ h. `7 r% Q& q/ r3 {
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 27 disabled
/ k1 n3 Z* v5 k4 b& X3 o         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 8 disabled
2 Q4 \: k4 ^' z# K- [* ?4 O% M3 D         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 21, 42
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KB一直在南洋活动,
0 i- L, Y1 \  _然而约翰斯顿岛以南海域发现一支CV小编队,目测只有1条轻航母或护航航母,这是什么情况,什么情况,情况。。。
一艘小CVE就笑纳了吧,60机SBD过去炸沉
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 30, 42
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日军抢占星期四岛,企图切断达尔文与澳东的海路交通线。2 {  s# j3 y+ k
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7 v: _* N4 R( u+ q  b3 c6 F8 WAmphibious Assault at Horn Island (91,128)
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TF 184 troops unloading over beach at Horn Island, 91,128
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Japanese ground losses:0 |; k8 S2 _* T. j, i% o  z# P( V
      14 casualties reported" ]" Q* e4 c& R; s- h5 k( c3 {
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 0 disabled
. X' o5 c1 ~% F" |         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled& M# r6 V0 b9 ?% ~6 S
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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4 x( O. I2 F$ B& g0 O9 Y! l# R17 troops of a SNLF Inf Squad 41 lost in surf during unload of 82nd Nav Gd
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8 Z" S/ Q  T. o5 ZGround combat at Horn Island (91,128)
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Attacking force 1151 troops, 12 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 59( I$ a" k5 A8 \* M3 ]' x
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Defending force 724 troops, 4 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 19
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Allied adjusted defense: 4
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Japanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 1) 8 N6 B$ B4 y- K. K! g& q% ]5 Q
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Japanese forces CAPTURE Horn Island !!!
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2 ~6 l. Y9 X! l$ S' Z5 iAllied aircraft0 r: ?+ ?0 g2 ?9 H2 A
      no flights' Q& _1 k4 S: ]- I' w2 c% r3 G/ C
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Allied aircraft losses3 |: r& W; p0 J' a7 i6 R6 l, I
      S.19 Singapore III: 1 destroyed% ]' ~) Y6 A6 ?7 x/ S+ @
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Defender: fatigue(-), experience(-)
0 }) e1 D; o" }- eAttacker: shock(+), leaders(-)0 q/ e, [; T! a( m
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Japanese ground losses:+ J2 ?% I( q# N
      53 casualties reported
/ v/ `8 y; _( J7 y7 n! J. z' L         Squads: 0 destroyed, 15 disabled; Q% I4 M  k. P6 w& j7 `
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
& I- W) T6 \& a/ \( u, w         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled; c8 X& T# ~$ q9 y1 a* W0 ^

% _$ l. t* K  `7 x: L5 e2 u$ IAllied ground losses:0 r/ D( ]5 \6 c. z3 s
      999 casualties reported4 b$ J* [' C0 f6 \7 p# N
         Squads: 16 destroyed, 0 disabled- Q% g# m. g+ G" b# _: D* ^8 a/ C
         Non Combat: 45 destroyed, 0 disabled' ?$ P, S" D+ s; y2 l+ u! b
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled  a2 {0 a1 L6 `' [. s, s  A
      Guns lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled)+ G6 d# G$ y7 T$ O1 D
      Units destroyed 2  K$ Q: R4 g  E* F2 h

4 S- G/ l( o- ^3 `  UAssaulting units:
5 h9 i. p  a: }) H    82nd Nav Gd /1
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5 c9 j, G$ r$ O% fDefending units:+ D2 j: f! i- s
    Torres Strait Battalion
6 v. G( u7 Q' A3 m$ s- \# E    Horn Isl Base Force
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 06, 42
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Ground combat at Changsha (82,52)
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Japanese Deliberate attack
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Attacking force 51135 troops, 424 guns, 90 vehicles, Assault Value = 16091 D5 f9 a0 [) r8 L7 p

3 N9 t9 Z" Y8 S, L3 LDefending force 17249 troops, 106 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 3266 U! a. R% @. O) o* d9 L
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Japanese adjusted assault: 1078
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Allied adjusted defense: 189
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Japanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 3)
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Japanese forces CAPTURE Changsha !!!
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Defender: terrain(+), forts(+), leaders(+), disruption(-)' B# n; B% N3 S" d' v
preparation(-), experience(-)9 |: M( V& H& m1 P9 o
Attacker: , z7 `; V* A% R* P) g% M

( P4 l& v# ?. e" f2 u: U$ lJapanese ground losses:( K+ B  r1 J# G: Z% f% V
      435 casualties reported
6 u3 R* X# X. `: _6 K. m         Squads: 0 destroyed, 64 disabled
. `' \8 h. c9 G+ Z3 i8 z) {& ^         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
0 t, r$ U! k" R# q6 d) n0 w         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 19 disabled4 m4 q! z! o. F
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Allied ground losses:3 Q' c2 w+ C4 _
      5496 casualties reported
; ^& J$ g/ V! v: v         Squads: 173 destroyed, 37 disabled1 A( f( P- ]) q+ |6 p, A9 Y
         Non Combat: 227 destroyed, 27 disabled
: s/ E6 L: K% X5 D' N) c, ^         Engineers: 70 destroyed, 0 disabled
7 |2 X3 @" A  h5 s      Guns lost 28 (23 destroyed, 5 disabled)  r) r, x/ H( K/ ]: ^+ s. {
      Units retreated 3
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3 J" W5 Q- X/ O  y  ADefeated Allied Units Retreating!
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 16, 42( M/ h3 z  `: Q/ K
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结束南洋战役后,南方军开始向缅甸用兵,陆航首先展开空袭,飞虎队迎战7 j# c9 U1 p+ ]7 i+ H0 {
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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 7 D. g8 f6 E0 E$ A7 i
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Weather in hex: Moderate rain
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Raid spotted at 38 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
* E, z9 g/ |6 o( M% DEstimated time to target is 12 minutes( O0 F  a% L4 v5 D

0 t" t' Y$ C; h( Z; ZJapanese aircraft
! z2 {8 w8 U: u1 K% \5 A9 l: D8 L# d6 y      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 17
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4 |. P* X; y9 k. Y0 U/ w$ J7 J' b      H81-A3 x 59
9 _1 Q' t2 f) y2 e: ?      Blenheim IF x 2% A, o) w9 \; }! o# G
      Buffalo I x 25
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% k; E! D2 x& c$ e) JJapanese aircraft losses& \8 U" K2 P4 m) u: \0 b1 L4 t2 }
      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 5 destroyed
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% w, \; {4 h" K, X; V( d2 D" C      H81-A3: 1 destroyed
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$ k( v( ^: }' R; @7 \% B& YMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 ( f" B. k3 O. s" B! G  |: s
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5 @5 E5 v, S. _Raid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.
3 U/ J/ O0 D; UEstimated time to target is 9 minutes1 D. s! f- _3 l" H: F5 t
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 11
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8 c# G+ [, u4 [% p8 H      Buffalo I x 25
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8 k" D" T. n1 U: n3 R5 U+ W      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 1 destroyed
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      H81-A3: 1 destroyed9 I) l1 f& ]% k1 E8 E
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$ |+ n$ e. ?9 v7 P7 QMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53   E2 {4 H* C$ p* Q, G

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$ D6 k% O% T! [* U1 C. e' F7 eRaid spotted at 13 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
5 [1 A$ Q9 G& s* yEstimated time to target is 4 minutes
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$ q7 m" n! a. c" cJapanese aircraft
4 @! f- M2 K/ q. I) m2 ~; [" I; b      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 28
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      H81-A3 x 48
# `7 j+ C9 s7 z& A7 U      Buffalo I x 256 n. G6 H4 w' C6 J
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 6 destroyed
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      H81-A3: 3 destroyed
5 Q* @0 S# {$ s% t; Q      Buffalo I: 1 destroyed
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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 + |6 Y8 {7 z! C% N0 ~: k
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Weather in hex: Moderate rain
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3 Z) X4 _. F1 J/ Z- e5 lRaid spotted at 26 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
; I( [" ?6 W% |8 U6 {Estimated time to target is 8 minutes
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# I: V0 ?! v  y2 EJapanese aircraft$ b8 z8 u" Z' x: Y3 q. v
      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 66 T* h, V: k* U7 k  T* j5 q8 ?
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      Buffalo I x 23
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Allied aircraft losses0 n  L2 C' l$ l: m
      H81-A3: 1 destroyed
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& ]% Y9 n0 H  YMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 9 x# l' \+ f3 h: n

, h4 Z# ?4 j7 n+ ]5 |+ x6 GWeather in hex: Moderate rain
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) f$ O4 G+ {- \0 j* |. p; KRaid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.: j4 e+ V9 ~) g) H0 o& Z
Estimated time to target is 8 minutes
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  V0 |/ {8 q3 D' _  _! T      Ki-30 Ann x 26
8 r8 T' u  B: t      Ki-43-Ia Oscar x 26) B! _3 K; G; `8 D; Z8 ~2 p0 f
      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 40
5 ^! C) |3 s; O' D3 C2 W
, G! I# U2 O) _3 p- S* X3 ]Allied aircraft
8 X( H! ^) @9 |% g9 ]8 d      H81-A3 x 31
1 ^, F/ h! ]7 R) ]1 c" x      Buffalo I x 21
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: c8 s3 ?9 t  X' XJapanese aircraft losses
0 W. N: F1 @: W5 v0 E8 h      Ki-30 Ann: 12 destroyed, 1 damaged
) K4 ~6 u6 r$ T# c      Ki-30 Ann: 1 destroyed by flak
0 E9 S3 f  i  F      Ki-43-Ia Oscar: 1 destroyed% @& G6 W" t/ o3 p2 f* _8 Y, Q
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Allied aircraft losses9 F: b% ~8 E8 F7 M! g, `
      Buffalo I: 1 destroyed
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 27, 42
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日军登陆努美阿,西蒙大将终于迈出了跨过历史线的第一步。
! T4 V; P% h0 A! QKB则在埃法特岛附近海面巡逻。0 u, Q- y2 w) L; A2 C3 j
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Night Naval bombardment of Noumea at 115,160  k& s' I1 J) S

! F$ P* V: V6 z5 o+ A% U+ o8 uJapanese Ships
# E+ i" E( U3 v      BB Kirishima# O$ F$ i( U) C, U  V7 H
      BB Hiei
7 e3 v0 D/ N, s+ r* ~! f      BB Haruna, U% d7 F/ X5 ?/ G- R
      CA Mikuma  Q( P3 X! T/ \$ @
      CA Chikuma5 x) T$ R+ |: r8 Z" z- p! ~
      CA Tone6 R- ?! g& @# V6 w$ U8 f% s

; [- N9 Y7 Q6 L- b# pAirbase hits 9
% `* m' K( N# c& U4 AAirbase supply hits 4) T2 T1 A2 J$ }* V
Runway hits 15( t+ M) J5 z1 N6 u7 W' e# F8 G
Port hits 12* G0 d- t. e, J
Port supply hits 2, V4 o! ~1 T5 b0 I  c) |# e
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Amphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)- w% I! C  a* p/ a3 Q  p! O
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TF 91 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,160& I  o. @( Z( |3 V+ A
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Japanese ground losses:6 U  D4 W  X9 J- i& o! G
      65 casualties reported
0 b1 {, I3 B' X: Q4 }+ z( v+ [2 V         Squads: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled
0 P+ U+ I$ D4 J- v+ I2 M         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 22 disabled
! \; I6 ?0 {8 _9 Y- `         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled6 n; ]* u0 b6 ~3 x
      Guns lost 3 (0 destroyed, 3 disabled)3 \9 A* C* e% Z  A2 h: v# V
      Vehicles lost 1 (0 destroyed, 1 disabled). V: g/ p) c( S+ @! h( ~1 {, {
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! E. T* N3 \! u. a4 H. c* }) c* HAmphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)5 n4 ?$ O8 v" c! |" Q6 u8 u: l
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TF 169 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,160
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Japanese ground losses:9 I' _8 h8 @* R
      546 casualties reported5 f& L2 s" D  a* X+ a4 I8 ?3 A. O
         Squads: 2 destroyed, 43 disabled$ w! Q- r7 Y. H; h2 C! |
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
/ I, T- B0 w: q$ E5 [1 i3 X         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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Amphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)& x# a- K2 @( N! N4 g' U: n0 f  ]
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TF 195 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,1602 g8 L: \0 h, k- v) F+ ]$ y8 E

& c" m& L( r! \5 i5 k7 rJapanese ground losses:1 p# X, s- q: ?0 d: ^9 g  S( E( l
      130 casualties reported: z& l% V* T5 @
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 9 disabled2 Y9 Y2 ?5 |, _( b# I0 x
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
9 l9 d( l) s9 k6 D         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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. {' d4 ^# w" n6 t& N5 ]Ground combat at Noumea (115,160)8 d  ]9 I9 T5 F$ z+ U4 M

3 G9 i3 h4 x! v$ k; }Allied Bombardment attack5 ?; h* }7 o+ E- M

5 l+ p/ Z1 u0 c! p  H& hAttacking force 766 troops, 17 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 28
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Defending force 2657 troops, 8 guns, 6 vehicles, Assault Value = 692 V6 Y8 k  o6 _/ ~

0 G8 S! c% y" U/ R) M5 sJapanese ground losses:
: y! a: b! k5 j- E+ l/ }      13 casualties reported
& ?* |# {- ]* v3 B! \8 @         Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
) m& f5 U; I% P, K4 ~+ S+ U/ P         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled' `: s0 Q/ ~- j7 y+ j" j
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled* y! s- W  I/ C- w4 ?

* q/ k. [# B0 X! ^+ hAssaulting units:
' a! P+ J8 s; n" R8 `' R    New Caledonia Det
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' x" m- ~8 P+ |+ O- tDefending units:& m5 C- _3 X3 v. u# Q) ~
    11th Div /10
+ f3 _# P% |0 ]$ ^1 j$ d5 H    56th Const Co
! c2 I& x8 q0 c4 S- R' F    14th JAAF AF Bn
新喀,多事之地啊
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 29, 42, v! S5 ?1 m( i3 ~
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  I1 W) D3 p0 V日军占领努美阿
/ |* g/ r) e& t+ i. q日军占领卢干维尔
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Ground combat at Noumea (115,160)
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0 ?7 ~1 P( y: D/ W% hJapanese Deliberate attack! ^! u; ^' r3 `% K

- K5 ^4 P2 @& u1 V8 bAttacking force 7706 troops, 122 guns, 3 vehicles, Assault Value = 237
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Defending force 766 troops, 17 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 28
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9 Q7 m0 u2 P& a* D1 I0 n2 XJapanese adjusted assault: 207
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& f  _7 [& `+ J! ]; ?# f  SAllied adjusted defense: 49 - v) r$ m0 n+ O# A: X% V2 N
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Japanese assault odds: 4 to 1 (fort level 0)
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8 n5 _) K2 A/ |# wJapanese forces CAPTURE Noumea !!!
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$ ?3 W- C/ V  m( E: J# G3 F% kCombat modifiers
/ o3 Y0 t0 c( l8 w' b3 XDefender: terrain(+)
; _  Y: U( w/ s8 l* xAttacker: : S3 }& J' N/ ~& t3 D# J

2 y; d% N* Q; p; o; Z/ VJapanese ground losses:! H" Y! c" B; h- l0 d& Q
      53 casualties reported
3 ~+ Y& r& C6 i& o3 x. R5 c         Squads: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled; W+ K, B4 Q! U
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
0 t5 t+ N) G& g$ n5 k# O         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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) Q" v* I, T. P4 n- VAllied ground losses:
' C: V4 K4 c- w8 z1 H5 a0 B      357 casualties reported# V6 C& f6 r3 ]
         Squads: 7 destroyed, 9 disabled8 m2 c6 H# Y# ?6 l
         Non Combat: 7 destroyed, 4 disabled& t* X$ A6 d4 P! p
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
( G" g3 M+ a! _      Guns lost 12 (9 destroyed, 3 disabled)% R! a# U/ ^4 M( K/ L
      Units retreated 1
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. D, p/ B3 ]. @: w8 n1 a, l9 pGround combat at Luganville (120,150)7 {& s0 ~% ~! v* g: v7 ]5 S9 ~; S
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Japanese Deliberate attack$ _: `3 q, A' F% P' S3 F
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Attacking force 1000 troops, 10 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 414 `+ y1 S% n) k7 b! T. @! D

, O& x9 \5 ?3 h- I$ E/ @Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 06 ?$ Q; B' A6 C+ w# B- |

# s, h) z- y0 d  z/ U& WJapanese adjusted assault: 3 & d8 T2 C. \3 j) Y( {7 O

& o4 _* u9 y2 k( ^; w0 mAllied adjusted defense: 1
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  ?" H$ x! r9 SJapanese assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 0)
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7 ~: G6 f7 a9 s( ^Japanese forces CAPTURE Luganville !!!
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! ]+ G% d* `8 \Combat modifiers% |6 h- |: M. @+ V- V
Attacker: 1 i8 }# N5 j8 U) v' l( M. e

/ X# _- h  u, r* tAssaulting units:7 @+ x5 Z" O" G; d
    19th Naval Guard Unit
5 |2 }' X2 F' C- p7 Y3 U( j    17th JNAF AF Unit
同时,在埃法特岛巡逻的KB,开始向斐济运动。
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 30, 428 Z  L& z' {7 r. j! q/ v: w
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8 ]5 @& G( L$ r* ~! G( P派遣军占领长沙后,2个师团向西北方向与国军在洞庭湖以南对峙,挡住常德的国军,
) U# D2 W+ |! U. o派遣军主力一部向南与国军在衡阳对峙,主力另一部向西杀入邵阳,发动进攻
. l9 ?* \% l) k* z* N从国军正在邵阳的防守看,由于地形不利,虽然城防未被日军攻破,但是兵力永久损失较大,估计不能长久,计划在日后向西退入芷江接近地防守
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0 e. q& ?% `* H% y" w1 ?Ground combat at Shaoyang (80,52)2 z9 E6 V, p. c

) v" K3 R  c/ c/ A  [2 m9 G- A  u9 CJapanese Deliberate attack6 l3 i3 r3 }5 B& i" w. E& N

: d$ b* e+ O) U0 h' t) a  bAttacking force 41782 troops, 386 guns, 781 vehicles, Assault Value = 1371
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Defending force 66370 troops, 283 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1408
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$ |* r' q4 x3 q2 }$ D0 c; b, `& IJapanese adjusted assault: 184
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2 M5 M( x6 l: d8 d! F2 V+ }Allied adjusted defense: 510
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& ~. y. r5 H" Z* [, S& GJapanese assault odds: 1 to 2 (fort level 3) 5 w7 H  f5 F4 F4 {( m; h
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Combat modifiers3 ]' u, ^! u) C. G5 l
Defender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)
1 k4 c, x# {! T- Q* {& B- CAttacker:
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Japanese ground losses:
0 X) H+ I' e# s' `      92 casualties reported. U; X) C' D) U! X& Q* ]+ {
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 10 disabled, K, k* ^9 ?( v( P; m- a
         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 33 disabled2 ^1 O$ Z1 }5 S( P
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
! x" J3 \) C. T( j- E1 l$ L1 N      Vehicles lost 100 (2 destroyed, 98 disabled). l6 q  l! k9 |

: ~+ ^, r" ?+ x9 }0 Z) e+ pAllied ground losses:" `" ?; e! [2 O+ ~1 z+ V  w# ^
      1614 casualties reported
: ^# K* g" y8 H: Z. ^9 q0 B, A         Squads: 12 destroyed, 199 disabled
& o  Y, S& D5 }3 B6 O         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 15 disabled
4 ?3 z/ z. k; p2 ]% v  k6 |         Engineers: 1 destroyed, 9 disabled
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Jun 01, 42
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没有地形加成的防守,对于国军来说就是鸡肋,国军已向芷江战略后撤,邵阳已不可守。
$ v# s5 m9 y& `. g+ o相比较而言,南阳西北的秦岭伏牛山的防守就靠谱的多。
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: A$ B% A) N/ L0 Z  tGround combat at Shaoyang (80,52)- o4 ^! _2 z! b: j1 p" T

2 I. n2 f9 o( d+ ^Japanese Deliberate attack2 j5 ~9 U$ ?8 u( G( t6 w" ~

' o7 n% y, I. Q' ^. V+ vAttacking force 68272 troops, 590 guns, 789 vehicles, Assault Value = 2196
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Defending force 64810 troops, 282 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 12494 p2 R+ V2 n  V, Q& Y7 I3 W
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Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 2' H6 H0 d* z+ g  E4 M* U* s
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Japanese adjusted assault: 1524
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Allied adjusted defense: 470
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" G) \+ |2 D: }7 p9 a+ w5 ]' PJapanese assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 2)
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Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 2! Q* ]6 t5 o! Q" U, s0 {3 Y

6 x  `8 L) Z7 J. P8 P9 P! E0 w+ KCombat modifiers& t+ @& X0 p# ]0 K
Defender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)
0 e/ c( |/ s; c7 `9 N8 W3 K$ TAttacker:
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, n$ d! x! n# z% B4 X/ ?Japanese ground losses:
. q# x1 \+ T! g      2499 casualties reported$ N) K! V+ h' Y% l$ w
         Squads: 6 destroyed, 170 disabled
; b0 ~( C' M! s" T9 x- e$ G         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 42 disabled
8 [% u' Q6 V8 w! a0 b8 m         Engineers: 1 destroyed, 14 disabled) @; u& @6 W5 o- `0 K
      Vehicles lost 87 (4 destroyed, 83 disabled)- {! h4 \' ]# C+ `. m) ^% l

( v* E2 i4 Z9 {( cAllied ground losses:& _6 P5 ?8 c' n+ A+ \: x0 }9 j
      3990 casualties reported9 x# T% a4 s% {; l" N# }+ \
         Squads: 116 destroyed, 183 disabled, p: a. G1 h8 M- D( T. b
         Non Combat: 3 destroyed, 23 disabled( s5 c% A/ U6 h: b) ]9 ]
         Engineers: 2 destroyed, 15 disabled) t5 \( P, {; w, _
      Guns lost 25 (3 destroyed, 22 disabled)
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4 C; a2 `  ?: m0 GGround combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang)1 J+ S3 K# n" G9 N, g) ~
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Japanese Deliberate attack1 ^" i4 L5 J' T5 f: W

+ J4 u$ P8 f5 iAttacking force 32190 troops, 569 guns, 376 vehicles, Assault Value = 863
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8 r4 v* k& m9 QDefending force 31862 troops, 98 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 449
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Japanese adjusted assault: 572 2 e, Q8 p; z% f, F3 U3 p7 i
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Allied adjusted defense: 1528 ) G- A6 R" b% A6 v5 ]
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Japanese assault odds: 1 to 2 ' j. Q& Y2 p, X5 y7 p
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Combat modifiers
, [  ]5 ~7 o! r8 ]% A" E% g7 \# GDefender: terrain(+), experience(-)2 O: B# i# V6 `: m. A5 T
Attacker: ; x& ^( Q! ]- f7 V" w

/ n( C- Z3 k# u0 wJapanese ground losses:
( j: t( v3 x4 [$ w) m$ m      1243 casualties reported; Y# D- j! T2 D! {4 h1 P
         Squads: 5 destroyed, 60 disabled! \( S, @4 x1 ~0 u/ w! s2 U1 @
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled" L* K; B/ U- K' r6 I  s
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 11 disabled; x: i1 I) L% [; j" Q
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Allied ground losses:: x6 F1 U! }0 ?' C
      737 casualties reported
7 I2 `4 E8 n+ R+ N' Z, j         Squads: 2 destroyed, 57 disabled# {. X' Y6 P( @0 i5 P( a
         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 13 disabled! B1 w, M" ?3 O4 U0 A
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
长沙一带,打阵地战是不怕的,怕的是日军对手玩各种迂回和机动战,毕竟道路四通八达,地形也不是很适合防御,开局可以守一段时间,毕竟还有点工业能提供点补给,最终弃守是明智的。
使用大规模杀伤性武器是完全没有人道的
国军只要注意几支王牌部队不要受损就行,其他杂牌军完全可以拿去杀生报国,反正不久又能从坟里爬出来,这让人胆寒的场景,估计也没天蝗不怕
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