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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 12, 42/ }! W$ _/ g* l( N3 P
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! d9 ^6 O2 ~+ a5 W南洋战场,巨港陷落
! L  V$ \5 W3 _" 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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Ground combat at Palembang (48,91)3 ]! I$ c$ \) b" Y) k

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Attacking force 13125 troops, 187 guns, 23 vehicles, Assault Value = 347" c3 l  ?1 Q9 Z1 T; S4 i# L
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Defending force 3010 troops, 24 guns, 5 vehicles, Assault Value = 40
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0 ^; ?2 ]- z  _+ S* s. Y, A4 r& bJapanese adjusted assault: 307 5 j) n8 E! R0 m" y; m: ~/ J
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Allied adjusted defense: 16
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# {7 H; s6 r8 Q$ a8 X9 b$ w6 m# h' kJapanese assault odds: 19 to 1 (fort level 1) 8 T, F( J( L# W/ G- _, M

7 n- x9 x. q: HJapanese forces CAPTURE Palembang !!!
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Defender: terrain(+), disruption(-), preparation(-), morale(-)  d# K1 v# d) m# x  e
experience(-)
+ P0 G) e& o* H2 L6 sAttacker:
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$ W: v# E2 V- Y$ C. XJapanese ground losses:3 N  a5 v5 e5 b$ }3 k9 Y5 |
      55 casualties reported; Y7 O3 ]' t! A: T: E; t2 ^% m
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 7 disabled
: n( c. \/ Z/ N! a+ y7 G         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled5 c0 H2 p, T6 E5 D, d! w9 |+ q
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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0 e0 z( j0 O4 ~$ SAllied ground losses:! C! t  _2 P: l7 ~3 A
      942 casualties reported
# y$ F+ E* {6 j; W8 S5 E         Squads: 9 destroyed, 18 disabled( R/ [/ j* D# p0 J, W5 ^) j( R. ], \8 f
         Non Combat: 47 destroyed, 17 disabled
3 |2 ^  I! z8 R. V         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled$ S) L' w5 Z* L' b/ l/ }* z
      Guns lost 17 (16 destroyed, 1 disabled): E4 y$ t7 g2 v$ J
      Vehicles lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled)
+ p9 M0 P; N) k2 P9 B      Units retreated 3: j5 m# I  Q( h" f, f

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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 16, 42
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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。
' Y6 S1 o0 A6 {# a" @0 ^) |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。8 s% K. f/ V3 }3 O, l" [
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Ground combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang)
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Japanese Deliberate attack
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7 s9 g+ h5 b4 o4 [# iAttacking force 115577 troops, 1260 guns, 839 vehicles, Assault Value = 3597& I/ e: c/ @4 `! Q; _
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Defending force 34161 troops, 108 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 839, o7 Q/ @4 a% q
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Japanese adjusted assault: 730 3 S! }8 D! P( U" x0 G! g
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Allied adjusted defense: 3088
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5 ^6 E. S: Z4 y: u2 lAttacker:
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Japanese ground losses:
- v# Y; c5 p; G0 h% _      10674 casualties reported
4 s: P! b; D5 m. T         Squads: 364 destroyed, 112 disabled% J' ]8 V% o, t% k9 u
         Non Combat: 81 destroyed, 27 disabled8 U* p/ U: W( I; j
         Engineers: 46 destroyed, 24 disabled: r, g% Z7 b( I7 P4 V# t' \" O+ Z. x1 l
      Guns lost 62 (40 destroyed, 22 disabled)
5 w3 {. e* v3 V6 _. G      Vehicles lost 33 (29 destroyed, 4 disabled)
6 S0 ~+ U: T, N- S% f9 S% E      Units destroyed 1
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Allied ground losses:
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         Squads: 4 destroyed, 69 disabled
0 {- z, m7 a: d0 W. C0 N; p8 H         Non Combat: 2 destroyed, 16 disabled
- m) Q& z( s& X, O+ ], k% U         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
& ?+ H; o- V1 d+ {- L6 f      Guns lost 18 (1 destroyed, 17 disabled)
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Ground combat at Changsha (82,52)) B) ], f8 G' q5 }  p) Y' R, I$ D) |

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Attacking force 23657 troops, 158 guns, 4 vehicles, Assault Value = 758
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Defending force 9974 troops, 39 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 216
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Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 56 s- b2 p/ R& e
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Japanese adjusted assault: 661 3 z- O$ }$ l4 \( ?  M4 S
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Allied adjusted defense: 493
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Japanese assault odds: 1 to 1 (fort level 5) ) K1 S9 N$ J& |: i

5 Q5 L& c& \' C1 _Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 50 L% W8 W% ]6 ?0 N% L) }1 @& q
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Combat modifiers' i9 C6 H* A# L2 d* N# s
Defender: terrain(+), preparation(-), experience(-)1 ?% m4 w* ^: n- s( M; l4 K; p2 ]6 I
Attacker:   a0 J! J* l: o6 x

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      301 casualties reported
6 Q  g$ x" {/ Q# e6 _         Squads: 1 destroyed, 22 disabled7 X! c# q  Z* h( }
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled
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Allied ground losses:  @7 D% H4 K$ }; f
      272 casualties reported) K  `$ E8 i. V  e) l& P5 G
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 27 disabled
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" Z" J+ E/ N9 d1 J3 ]         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 21, 42
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1 a; O$ R& D6 `& j+ _# ~KB一直在南洋活动,
7 n. |) K$ O8 d$ ^, [3 q  y1 Y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, 428 i1 q' [0 f: @( J; f/ I$ M! n
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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。+ s! i& r- r1 t0 T5 X3 f- t' o
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Amphibious Assault at Horn Island (91,128); B& n& l1 \" X6 ^' `
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TF 184 troops unloading over beach at Horn Island, 91,128& M: j0 H: s. ]4 n0 l, x5 H* j
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Japanese ground losses:! l9 O5 V5 p* v
      14 casualties reported
8 o+ v. d: L; L6 J         Squads: 1 destroyed, 0 disabled
8 l7 \4 I0 k3 S  e. m, e         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled0 i3 v# s" u# j6 P- f
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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17 troops of a SNLF Inf Squad 41 lost in surf during unload of 82nd Nav Gd% |" A: c! S0 A

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Ground combat at Horn Island (91,128)
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Japanese Shock attack
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Attacking force 1151 troops, 12 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 59
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Defending force 724 troops, 4 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 19
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0 t# g! A' r" N  H0 x5 U  j" YJapanese adjusted assault: 20
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Allied adjusted defense: 4
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Japanese forces CAPTURE Horn Island !!!, C- c, \1 ~+ [9 I0 X$ i5 J
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      no flights
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Allied aircraft losses
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Defender: fatigue(-), experience(-)
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Japanese ground losses:$ ~- K8 f) W8 S2 M/ I4 Y
      53 casualties reported1 H. k% m; E5 ]3 i
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 15 disabled
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         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled1 h4 u4 j% [1 v* `, S8 y

' j( R6 V9 H6 R  MAllied ground losses:- _' p. k1 T7 @
      999 casualties reported
9 w2 ^/ v) X! [$ {. Z         Squads: 16 destroyed, 0 disabled
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         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled8 v. n6 T* M, t0 M( z) N
      Guns lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled)
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Assaulting units:
( a; k5 R& r) z$ O% ~: y) t    82nd Nav Gd /1
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Defending units:+ R$ k9 l$ A  l* g3 B1 Q
    Torres Strait Battalion
$ ~  k8 z# D, x1 n; A    Horn Isl Base Force
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 06, 427 n* @+ L# n) g6 a& l+ k4 s% P
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4 V. T' c9 r# x4 ~6 C8 J! T: A派遣军重兵进攻长沙,长沙不支陷落
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5 {$ [6 e$ i! I3 I7 [. V! x7 |Japanese Deliberate attack
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Attacking force 51135 troops, 424 guns, 90 vehicles, Assault Value = 1609- c  ], z$ a  m  f
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Defending force 17249 troops, 106 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 326
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Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 3
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0 `; d( Q, j7 w8 r& RJapanese adjusted assault: 1078
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Japanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 3) - I  [  @0 K+ h* x

5 d! b  ]" ]( \  d9 {  ^. BJapanese forces CAPTURE Changsha !!!4 @5 ~) V; H6 u7 n0 Q, v; m
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Combat modifiers
8 O+ t& P: i5 j& Y6 o* q" iDefender: terrain(+), forts(+), leaders(+), disruption(-)! h! G" ^) z" a6 G
preparation(-), experience(-)4 `3 f  R4 D. b; N* k. G
Attacker: 0 |- i+ M! t4 q8 K' u: h
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Japanese ground losses:
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         Squads: 0 destroyed, 64 disabled
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         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 19 disabled
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Allied ground losses:
( K' w0 N5 o4 e! K# E& {/ h      5496 casualties reported
0 n( G/ [' b$ {" b. e+ C5 T5 I         Squads: 173 destroyed, 37 disabled
: d# C+ U- q5 Z5 x2 E' p. x         Non Combat: 227 destroyed, 27 disabled1 M* m' Y! \! q
         Engineers: 70 destroyed, 0 disabled
) u* O! G5 G( V) Z# p8 T      Guns lost 28 (23 destroyed, 5 disabled)1 y6 D* K* t- s6 z- }
      Units retreated 3
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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 16, 42$ [& i: J% K( b& j2 j. t+ t& t
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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
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2 ~/ s- n2 q9 ^$ ]Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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9 V' ^3 g8 k3 m+ ?: oRaid spotted at 38 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
1 V" {5 L) {! OEstimated time to target is 12 minutes
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 179 D+ A# [. ?1 N- c, e6 a" n1 f
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5 y$ E( I0 g/ v1 E2 @/ J      Blenheim IF x 2
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 5 destroyed
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      H81-A3: 1 destroyed
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6 ]) R: T3 N/ r8 ?Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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Weather in hex: Moderate rain  h7 |+ O5 i6 w. r3 V: }/ }

' Q# R7 x2 E6 }4 S7 F( ORaid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet., o7 S, H+ I# ?# |7 C" _
Estimated time to target is 9 minutes/ f3 V, D, h) B* A1 {0 |
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 11
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      H81-A3 x 56
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  P2 ~% _, Z( a  r3 @5 }      H81-A3: 1 destroyed
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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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Weather in hex: Moderate rain3 T. g5 o8 J, W3 p# z, I$ x

$ r* f. p. R# jRaid spotted at 13 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
$ j: x& |- b. z2 O1 iEstimated time to target is 4 minutes2 o. U5 S/ ?6 F8 I4 ]
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 286 |3 s+ d3 c: s# w) r) v9 k# ]: j

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5 V' n* ?# Z( }* X. A; S2 j      H81-A3 x 48
3 D: y3 V/ f$ m      Buffalo I x 25
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 6 destroyed% H) h+ L' f% ^3 J/ b: L: |1 }* ?

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5 `& F0 [8 y* x+ C, M      Buffalo I: 1 destroyed/ d) ]1 k( y: ~3 \, t/ z4 [

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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 8 D/ C* J; s/ ]8 ]3 v
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Raid spotted at 26 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
2 K( I5 T" S; ~$ C  J% ]- ?Estimated time to target is 8 minutes
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+ i; w, v, v5 Q$ H& o$ h7 `      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 6
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      H81-A3 x 35
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 2 destroyed: J( m" `  V* J4 |' @" l

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      H81-A3: 1 destroyed9 O! B# s1 k% \

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% F" N8 `  P- R+ p! r1 X. m0 g5 b7 V! gMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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/ L* z$ c: a& W' h5 G  cWeather in hex: Moderate rain
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4 _0 |- f' C5 HRaid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.6 a, j7 G3 ]9 I7 B! e8 Y  P# X0 Y
Estimated time to target is 8 minutes" e8 k7 c; i' G# z1 E, ^
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Japanese aircraft
% u' ^& r& o1 f$ ?, `% z      Ki-30 Ann x 26
2 j; Q" Y7 W$ e9 N- _      Ki-43-Ia Oscar x 26
: y1 \! L( G" l      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 40- n/ _& z- I% s+ L- s& W

+ `% F. l9 P! R4 O8 AAllied aircraft
$ J/ x  f% ~6 ~/ r9 @& \      H81-A3 x 31
4 A5 Q6 P) t+ f3 x      Buffalo I x 21. Z8 p3 g& E3 P# [8 `

) H6 J  C( O1 t8 J8 _$ C8 {* kJapanese aircraft losses' ~( D3 V' f/ c' {$ x
      Ki-30 Ann: 12 destroyed, 1 damaged- B* {- `; T% m- z
      Ki-30 Ann: 1 destroyed by flak# m0 F" f* `/ \3 z/ X. R) Y
      Ki-43-Ia Oscar: 1 destroyed% _5 O5 m- _0 A! L2 L
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Allied aircraft losses) y5 w5 E' R, C
      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。" D) d3 ^; c+ P+ m1 K+ t
KB则在埃法特岛附近海面巡逻。
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Night Naval bombardment of Noumea at 115,160  p4 i( ^* B! G5 N  W0 F
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Japanese Ships6 t2 ], ]6 M+ I6 S- S
      BB Kirishima
$ R: f! {4 ?! S      BB Hiei
8 i5 K- Q1 W' ?0 O- T2 U      BB Haruna
# K7 H- X3 ]; K- K4 H      CA Mikuma
. _  t2 j/ v- d; [# F      CA Chikuma
0 w6 h5 k+ l+ i1 z' w      CA Tone
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Airbase hits 9
$ a& Y2 o$ ~/ ~' Z0 v' D' KAirbase supply hits 4  O( Q; l1 g# y9 j
Runway hits 154 R- o5 h, y! ]0 C& a3 r+ z, a. u
Port hits 12
0 S  U8 ^  C% D) ~& d/ k* J  D. rPort supply hits 2( y$ t) E! s  q, Q

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2 ~, o4 N4 `" _1 L2 C' j4 D% c- BAmphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)& Q( S4 U' O7 }% r/ q  [
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TF 91 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,1608 ]3 i( S8 u5 P
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Japanese ground losses:3 l- t9 i2 p& n
      65 casualties reported
2 s/ R! W; l5 o4 J% \8 ^% T         Squads: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled. Q7 r$ v! f) d! Z+ q( N
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 22 disabled
: X( W6 {: d! }* V8 B         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled: q+ S8 k6 x0 b9 ~
      Guns lost 3 (0 destroyed, 3 disabled)$ `0 n2 k/ F- b
      Vehicles lost 1 (0 destroyed, 1 disabled)
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Amphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)
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7 W7 J0 d  \% U- Z$ DTF 169 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,1608 n5 F4 Y0 e& ^  ]( p4 B5 z

7 m% D4 H  Y; QJapanese ground losses:6 d! z% _2 C2 A) I$ {) T% r# ^
      546 casualties reported8 p6 O9 J5 `' H+ z: J: a
         Squads: 2 destroyed, 43 disabled6 ]% l0 q& a+ X0 H6 j
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
- i9 l& \* H9 s; x! m) T( J         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled+ \% I" X: P3 |  q

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' h* n) s# y9 p3 I( c4 RAmphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)4 O2 [, R) I; E  C
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TF 195 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,160
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Japanese ground losses:
' B0 `; }( P" J8 j      130 casualties reported
, F1 I8 F' U$ P- n6 |* @, F         Squads: 1 destroyed, 9 disabled- z3 W% Y6 s" I, i) E$ m
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
* ?" l6 c) ?, x& `) x& A         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled# ?! l) Y2 P, s3 B( \: c0 l3 t& z6 o5 S

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Ground combat at Noumea (115,160)
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Allied Bombardment attack
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Attacking force 766 troops, 17 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 28
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Defending force 2657 troops, 8 guns, 6 vehicles, Assault Value = 69+ E- D: j% J+ i* @- i
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Japanese ground losses:# X, w4 e1 [* @0 I
      13 casualties reported
: }; _& X9 y: T" p; \9 n0 u; y, z         Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled* T* s7 ^( K9 p) `4 n
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled8 s; {% a2 {2 C/ M) s+ q6 C
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled& q$ q2 t8 k; N8 n$ j* F* h7 H

# n" d3 ~, I$ y; ^Assaulting units:
" _! K2 _( K' n) Q+ |    New Caledonia Det
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    11th Div /109 z* H2 V. i0 X! x: z
    56th Const Co % g& f) \; S* R, A# Z
    14th JAAF AF Bn
新喀,多事之地啊
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 29, 422 \. j  h" F/ K# c% j! z
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日军占领努美阿
4 ?2 ^; S& R! }日军占领卢干维尔
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0 e9 d' u9 p. `Ground combat at Noumea (115,160)/ q% @& j6 k  f9 x6 |' T
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Japanese Deliberate attack
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3 Z2 f  a7 ~7 r! F+ fAttacking force 7706 troops, 122 guns, 3 vehicles, Assault Value = 2374 ^1 S0 _- M( w4 }1 ]: {) j
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Defending force 766 troops, 17 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 280 g9 I) S5 R, d) x- K
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Japanese adjusted assault: 207 , |* a. _/ T  y8 B3 G- z! I( R
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Allied adjusted defense: 49
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" i/ p2 S$ X: G9 y+ Z$ m( U& uJapanese forces CAPTURE Noumea !!!
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Combat modifiers
3 e( ]+ E! ?5 d- N, ]" }" d# eDefender: terrain(+)3 [* K7 j7 [. C; m) j; U; u$ ^
Attacker: $ \) {9 {. D/ H

) G. i9 I- b! \( gJapanese ground losses:* H* D7 I& N9 ^! h: F6 C
      53 casualties reported
5 W2 }+ h/ V) Z) B1 Q8 P* _4 n         Squads: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled
% x/ E  ~7 ]9 m         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled/ W5 j  g5 F' f/ `
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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8 h* ]" q" e5 p) ]2 xAllied ground losses:
( X4 `. B* w9 O: w5 l      357 casualties reported
2 t$ T0 S& R! G8 q         Squads: 7 destroyed, 9 disabled
. z6 @: B& ?0 r! P, w! v% Z         Non Combat: 7 destroyed, 4 disabled; T' e$ ~! i& D8 D' B* K
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
5 m3 P$ w1 C8 @8 S) R      Guns lost 12 (9 destroyed, 3 disabled)8 K+ ]6 {, r- [
      Units retreated 1
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Ground combat at Luganville (120,150)9 S- E( I+ |  C0 y4 f% O* [$ d- o' N/ k

5 C0 g( I+ F# F& ^/ SJapanese Deliberate attack
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Attacking force 1000 troops, 10 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 41
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Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 0" a# P0 ~& V/ i! _

' \7 _6 _" k/ g# E7 i8 T, B% ZJapanese adjusted assault: 3
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/ d: x4 H$ h0 TAllied adjusted defense: 1 ; p# U8 J7 {& Q& h/ ]
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Japanese assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 0)
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. Z+ U! ?( I4 A2 c5 D/ cJapanese forces CAPTURE Luganville !!!
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Attacker: 5 P% O% _5 B" Y/ q1 [
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Assaulting units:1 L" B) o- ^: J% _3 ?( u
    19th Naval Guard Unit
4 y* Z" u8 }" [    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, 424 c1 X+ K% {1 g
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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,
3 J- C- a) d* M0 u2 L- o. o4 C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
' ^- O2 G8 z- S4 M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; K- [4 e/ y2 U' r$ B6 R, `, E
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Ground combat at Shaoyang (80,52)) B' c/ v( s3 i& V  a" _+ V

. H& o. }8 K& I; ^6 ]1 y1 c/ @: ~! IJapanese Deliberate attack4 _& H' s% C9 C
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Attacking force 41782 troops, 386 guns, 781 vehicles, Assault Value = 1371
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Defending force 66370 troops, 283 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 14089 ?& K$ r/ c, I; N/ g; r% t. K. C0 R
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Japanese adjusted assault: 184
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Allied adjusted defense: 510 % c- q2 G7 W* ^& U8 u8 ]" L+ q* l

/ A0 y( t3 b; n( _Japanese assault odds: 1 to 2 (fort level 3)
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Combat modifiers
: ]4 T- f0 F$ i' {Defender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)
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Japanese ground losses:
+ S8 k* g2 f9 ?/ n      92 casualties reported7 N- M# U4 ~, I! u7 l4 J
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 10 disabled
) I1 J2 C! h" e         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 33 disabled
" p6 `4 |1 K+ R9 y  |         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
" i0 b6 y' Y' c' C% r, e      Vehicles lost 100 (2 destroyed, 98 disabled)+ ?+ B" q( t+ j6 D

" \$ j: N) t" }7 IAllied ground losses:( ?! X7 O) W# P- g& [" h1 `
      1614 casualties reported
* G- `+ F/ @, ~/ y         Squads: 12 destroyed, 199 disabled
6 N/ W0 i+ {. Z5 J         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 15 disabled4 T. F6 T( j6 [. W0 _7 K: h$ ~0 ~
         Engineers: 1 destroyed, 9 disabled
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Jun 01, 42" W1 u5 }  ^$ k- \
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" k! O2 b: l; g( C4 \& \) C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。8 r  ^. W( e4 `  c% L0 |
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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Ground combat at Shaoyang (80,52)
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Japanese Deliberate attack, A' y" s# K# ]7 H3 y6 U. v, l4 j1 I
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Attacking force 68272 troops, 590 guns, 789 vehicles, Assault Value = 21964 x3 i" c- x4 O& K4 ^
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Defending force 64810 troops, 282 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1249/ Q! f2 Y7 K( z2 w7 F: d8 X
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Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 2
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Japanese adjusted assault: 1524 9 Q7 N5 y" U# ]; J4 x: P5 ~) T: @; }. n
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Allied adjusted defense: 470 ! Y/ }: l+ k2 L7 x& G

! h% w% B$ G3 C+ D3 ?/ PJapanese assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 2)
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Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 2
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Defender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)
: g. E+ p7 w: a4 UAttacker:
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      2499 casualties reported" C2 \, |! v5 X; ?. p$ [7 v
         Squads: 6 destroyed, 170 disabled
$ i& E9 y6 w4 Y/ z( x& B. |         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 42 disabled
2 v8 |/ {+ V; ^. X         Engineers: 1 destroyed, 14 disabled/ A+ d6 F2 |' p5 }% S9 B$ J" P
      Vehicles lost 87 (4 destroyed, 83 disabled)
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      3990 casualties reported
8 y! ]. M: M+ W. [+ b# h- L         Squads: 116 destroyed, 183 disabled5 g5 a+ x/ D0 M; A+ J) d
         Non Combat: 3 destroyed, 23 disabled( T9 l$ h' G( \' \8 {5 E
         Engineers: 2 destroyed, 15 disabled
0 R$ K9 ]6 Y/ x% o- [3 _      Guns lost 25 (3 destroyed, 22 disabled)* P) g9 e5 k& K- |
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0 }7 F0 N4 F( J' p: o0 X9 BGround combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang)1 T9 P0 Q! N- K: L+ o9 f6 g
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Japanese Deliberate attack3 s8 {* Z; `3 n3 j  u, `
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Attacking force 32190 troops, 569 guns, 376 vehicles, Assault Value = 863
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% ~1 M0 A/ _8 }1 X7 f  x8 iDefending force 31862 troops, 98 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 449, f* r5 v$ Z" t9 v! K5 s
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Japanese adjusted assault: 572
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Allied adjusted defense: 1528 . K1 T. \  s) J, n9 n1 I: p

" ?# ]6 ^) M; b7 r2 eJapanese assault odds: 1 to 2
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+ j- L4 d) n- g2 @Combat modifiers
6 `5 s& n: {0 ~$ N; o# q7 E% pDefender: terrain(+), experience(-)+ l9 c. T  r: D- J5 ]
Attacker:
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% C: P& G8 P- H. w  ^      1243 casualties reported
4 i. o/ o6 M' w! h3 L) q         Squads: 5 destroyed, 60 disabled
5 M0 P* K2 n, b, o/ p         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled
+ C1 l/ Y  ?" I0 ^1 w2 J# R8 ^' |1 D         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 11 disabled
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Allied ground losses:
4 p, v/ A6 j: H5 t3 X9 r0 d      737 casualties reported$ J( ~1 r, P. E' ]1 s! u
         Squads: 2 destroyed, 57 disabled: |+ o# y1 d+ g6 F; o5 r6 C
         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 13 disabled
/ d' `& R- p; D. D" o6 a3 e         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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