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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 12, 42- k# v& y& {, g$ }) J
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' V! m# U: ~$ W& J4 a南洋战场,巨港陷落8 a% B2 H. \  f+ Y" |6 s" c
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。/ N  s4 D/ L( L& h
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Ground combat at Palembang (48,91)7 z* ^: y  [# g# X2 R

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Attacking force 13125 troops, 187 guns, 23 vehicles, Assault Value = 347  I7 B) z3 o4 G( U/ o) _2 p3 T) o

% Y/ A) U/ M( `  Z& ODefending force 3010 troops, 24 guns, 5 vehicles, Assault Value = 40
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Japanese adjusted assault: 307 % W/ b3 g# W( Y2 t

8 k4 T; \4 q9 HAllied adjusted defense: 16 % S$ V9 @8 s: W1 a6 r$ S

; H6 v# E& y2 ?9 @2 N1 PJapanese assault odds: 19 to 1 (fort level 1) / x  D, |8 D8 }7 N5 C& J8 P) d0 M' y4 b

$ t% i- h' P) x. e* q; eJapanese forces CAPTURE Palembang !!!) l1 \3 p7 o! y! H. \3 p
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Defender: terrain(+), disruption(-), preparation(-), morale(-): Z6 K4 p( J) r, C7 l' u6 m
experience(-)* C, Z3 n2 m  t2 Z1 K2 S' M4 G
Attacker:
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Japanese ground losses:
' i5 ]4 v% o2 u% p" r, }! C      55 casualties reported+ T9 P0 i3 V( J# ?- W7 Y4 n
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 7 disabled* r9 S& V6 J; B- v3 y
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled6 ~, o4 |: x- z( n( ~! |+ R/ V+ ?4 `
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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0 E  V' E: v: C! uAllied ground losses:; H& ~. t. i& B7 Y, e" S- D0 a
      942 casualties reported
3 ^( r% O( J* m2 Q         Squads: 9 destroyed, 18 disabled
# i( g" X/ w1 Y4 {         Non Combat: 47 destroyed, 17 disabled
% T) A& M/ I8 |- J: r         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
, l* s% ?4 q/ A) l- Q* b      Guns lost 17 (16 destroyed, 1 disabled)1 S3 h, e4 T9 z" W- E7 q
      Vehicles lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled)
8 [8 W, A( q6 Z, e0 {' Z8 D      Units retreated 3
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Defeated Allied Units Retreating!
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。0 O! p- v' g5 j/ P* P& c/ q  I
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。& P) |( _: }# n) O0 p- {5 S' S6 r5 T
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/ |7 z  ^# y$ _- ?$ vGround combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang). |& |: K2 o; H0 ^; r* Y  {
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Japanese Deliberate attack
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- ~( T9 R  |, F" k1 v: N' wAttacking force 115577 troops, 1260 guns, 839 vehicles, Assault Value = 3597
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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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Allied adjusted defense: 3088 2 D! j" p% J# D- P4 N# {
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Japanese assault odds: 1 to 4 0 [- v8 v, k, a( M
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Combat modifiers8 p0 T$ _6 g5 t8 q0 W
Defender: terrain(+)
- a: o! T% v8 @Attacker: 9 j$ M  p/ S& Q/ i' o" p7 W

3 R( P9 A* R5 J4 O/ NJapanese ground losses:5 _7 J3 e7 j& u; n* w  G
      10674 casualties reported1 S" P. Q( v; L: [- D
         Squads: 364 destroyed, 112 disabled$ U5 L7 ]; f6 i" g1 ?
         Non Combat: 81 destroyed, 27 disabled
* K% K' L1 U# \' f& F- ?2 B8 ]         Engineers: 46 destroyed, 24 disabled
8 c  l5 c/ L0 O1 p4 K      Guns lost 62 (40 destroyed, 22 disabled)
3 D9 Y9 N1 v% c2 D" l      Vehicles lost 33 (29 destroyed, 4 disabled)
6 t) E. A( H# I! ]      Units destroyed 1
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Allied ground losses:
1 \5 P2 V, M5 I      1455 casualties reported3 g$ }) Y/ {  g6 p+ i$ e5 l
         Squads: 4 destroyed, 69 disabled
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         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled% K) D) d/ V7 ^0 M8 y
      Guns lost 18 (1 destroyed, 17 disabled)& F+ v* h3 f0 v" w5 a! n8 H, V  w+ ?

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4 K$ Q7 {- o% `9 i9 W7 O& f5 w7 CGround combat at Changsha (82,52)
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Attacking force 23657 troops, 158 guns, 4 vehicles, Assault Value = 758" I. x1 L& l" X. `8 V% `6 ?

7 Q; G  l) ^# c5 T% o: x% L& O' kDefending force 9974 troops, 39 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 216" @1 S1 k" y& w* Y* a
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Japanese adjusted assault: 661
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Allied adjusted defense: 493   Z9 }, Y% n) n6 D- ]0 b4 _

, b1 [. f' c' t; K5 H7 \Japanese assault odds: 1 to 1 (fort level 5)
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4 d( S# |& h" }9 M# F) XJapanese Assault reduces fortifications to 5
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Combat modifiers
$ [3 {: l0 v9 d8 S( x6 c2 R  b% p5 dDefender: terrain(+), preparation(-), experience(-)( G, T4 n: a6 J- ?
Attacker: ( x$ W9 ~# y& N9 U  v4 b" b4 K

6 C/ z/ Y* v; f% O) _Japanese ground losses:, Y' A; \2 L. q2 c; g7 ?
      301 casualties reported4 e+ P1 d0 c0 {2 L% v
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 22 disabled4 K4 O/ j3 I) Y0 n7 l6 Z
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled. D4 ^& M4 h" m- Z9 e: y
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled( |% \8 H. j( m! ^8 d/ b

! s9 u( b! [# TAllied ground losses:5 ~1 I* j' I. P. b
      272 casualties reported
* S4 t5 f8 d( `* }/ l$ L         Squads: 1 destroyed, 27 disabled' B' w9 `; r- O: [
         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 8 disabled8 O: l8 j' ?1 k0 _0 P$ P
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 21, 42
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KB一直在南洋活动, ) @% F; b. K* P
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# B+ {; p4 ^8 |1 h4 `5 X  N' v
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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。
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3 k6 k. |( U( f. o1 JAmphibious 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:/ O2 b/ S: ]0 R0 Z& M# ~/ G5 X
      14 casualties reported, p- Y: }# a7 M% X+ Y$ o* K' H) @
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 0 disabled+ t8 G+ H4 l2 l! m" {" A
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled8 B$ p/ Q+ ]3 L. V
         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
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Ground combat at Horn Island (91,128)
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Attacking force 1151 troops, 12 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 595 |' j' E9 \  M1 ~! m) k- t0 X
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Defending force 724 troops, 4 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 19
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, |6 Y" _$ N; z* xJapanese adjusted assault: 20
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Allied adjusted defense: 4
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Japanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 1) / {  j# H  M9 W  h2 C

1 b7 j* u, s7 k; S8 @Japanese forces CAPTURE Horn Island !!!; w+ }0 M4 c( r$ S  t: H. k
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Allied aircraft
6 k2 ^0 ], k$ R  _( G" A2 m      no flights
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+ J" d0 y* f9 `Allied aircraft losses
* E; o- p/ q, a8 ~      S.19 Singapore III: 1 destroyed9 U* t; D( W- G+ ?; s

8 Y. R4 y) x' }Combat modifiers
& z7 u  X5 W- X0 Q* Q7 \Defender: fatigue(-), experience(-)
) y# x' R" o; ^  f* ^. E; }Attacker: shock(+), leaders(-)* ^6 r( x: h2 Y, I
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1 L% F# K1 o9 r) W" j2 R% Y      53 casualties reported7 i( u, n' W6 n; G0 _! C
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 15 disabled/ `; h) Q# R, q$ O. ~6 I
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
! V# b9 p0 Q7 _7 P! ~: C# f         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled* L8 k6 N* \. F8 T$ S. h

5 N/ w" ?7 G$ W) x. ]4 k/ }. eAllied ground losses:
9 B6 P1 E* l: ~2 ]. _. Y& q      999 casualties reported+ t! J! v, L. z3 j$ c! ~
         Squads: 16 destroyed, 0 disabled* j' l$ L' p" c9 v1 r% o8 P
         Non Combat: 45 destroyed, 0 disabled
+ J) a! r! T* q: J  Q         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
  R, G2 p$ e2 j) Q8 e( u      Guns lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled)
2 l7 m8 [% i4 {8 k1 {9 E. ^      Units destroyed 2' u, g4 D" `) |. Q7 e

( v( G" Y% ~3 ^; G/ f% S2 ZAssaulting units:9 d$ P4 r, q; I. k9 \5 P' m- ~% A
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Defending units:
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    Horn Isl Base Force
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 06, 421 l9 r* m* ?$ f1 _5 K; t: F
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派遣军重兵进攻长沙,长沙不支陷落5 r5 `% t2 g$ r; R6 e. j8 M  ]+ q- M0 I
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: L1 P2 J2 u: x2 X0 ?Ground combat at Changsha (82,52), I' B9 J" P6 f. N8 L) ~
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Japanese Deliberate attack
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Attacking force 51135 troops, 424 guns, 90 vehicles, Assault Value = 1609
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Defending force 17249 troops, 106 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 326. ~3 ~1 W3 b( x8 j8 D: w

9 G- P1 h; o# b) C/ _* P; PJapanese engineers reduce fortifications to 3
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% W+ U+ [1 \4 W1 M& |Japanese adjusted assault: 1078 # p. R, t* P+ h* d
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Allied adjusted defense: 189
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, ]' }& \! ?. H1 P( qJapanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 3) - X* S: K# c( o8 I

' F" U* ]* e6 ?; G8 jJapanese forces CAPTURE Changsha !!!
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Combat modifiers
! \0 [3 `% L6 R. ~$ ]3 e! C% L2 MDefender: terrain(+), forts(+), leaders(+), disruption(-)
" p+ G6 q3 k! X  {( K; r" m! W preparation(-), experience(-)
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) h0 k. i) v9 m  ^& oJapanese ground losses:  c* }- l5 A& e% f( x' L, A
      435 casualties reported; L/ |( D9 P- A9 A* F4 j4 O
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 64 disabled
& U5 x9 S1 N$ f+ W         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
/ G: ?" `( a/ n! f         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 19 disabled2 s: r& }/ S* w0 y8 Y1 D' Q

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: [7 \& J( ]$ A! [6 C1 w+ O      5496 casualties reported
% d: k4 u, d6 m' P$ b2 ?7 A0 {         Squads: 173 destroyed, 37 disabled  w/ t9 l4 L, _4 C/ N% X
         Non Combat: 227 destroyed, 27 disabled
" F! t6 D$ |6 w& i# }: R% M6 z. s" p         Engineers: 70 destroyed, 0 disabled! o' @- A, x* `6 e, v
      Guns lost 28 (23 destroyed, 5 disabled)
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/ m4 y, Q- a% O' d' F, fDefeated Allied Units Retreating!
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 16, 42& X+ a) N7 G+ A& m
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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, J7 Y& r4 H, i8 n" r& W% u" I; z
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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 8 U- v9 m' K: y/ D0 `

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Raid spotted at 38 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
  I: E1 Q% c4 F: b" T- YEstimated time to target is 12 minutes. I9 ?, O2 x! t8 P( D
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6 S: X" y" j$ w" \: f9 P      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 17
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Allied aircraft6 k# h. V' e5 A+ ^/ [# q
      H81-A3 x 591 o% f) c3 y0 I. _7 T# s2 g' W
      Blenheim IF x 2
7 R$ J6 b$ d: ^* E5 d* `      Buffalo I x 258 n9 L  H9 Z1 v$ }% c1 A2 `

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$ {0 B5 L- F7 v7 }Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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: S6 X, ~1 E/ [* ARaid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.3 T, V* w+ h1 C  L
Estimated time to target is 9 minutes9 f1 M  X+ \& ~0 U0 k& B+ b2 y4 R$ I
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Japanese aircraft
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      H81-A3 x 56
, C( ~) i6 }- O# i      Buffalo I x 25
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 1 destroyed3 i' l4 e" m9 K7 X$ h7 @

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3 T/ A$ K8 m1 T0 G9 d: u      H81-A3: 1 destroyed; Y# S! K1 y: u3 X
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. ~; ~6 @3 n7 Q4 j* K. FMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53   D- x4 ^; O, w4 j- `$ J( R4 d

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Raid spotted at 13 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
0 v2 [. x5 W6 Q8 V0 u' \Estimated time to target is 4 minutes; H& F4 G% D: K1 e- d& r) |- J
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Japanese aircraft
8 q& q% w% h5 ?& d      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 28
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      Buffalo I x 25) i0 O! ]' ?$ B. {$ p/ I
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Japanese aircraft losses3 M7 R' n$ n9 E2 k) Z9 V
      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 6 destroyed; _1 V* L9 i# L* p& G. Z
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      H81-A3: 3 destroyed
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! Z2 \" ~# ]3 XMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 * X0 C5 N1 ]% v) M! _

2 q2 D5 r$ ?' T; F6 \$ G2 c% jWeather in hex: Moderate rain
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Raid spotted at 26 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.+ `* }% P! t2 h- b
Estimated time to target is 8 minutes
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 6  T: V; ]# t& [/ u
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Allied aircraft4 N' C% D1 w+ N
      H81-A3 x 35
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      H81-A3: 1 destroyed
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/ f$ z8 l! y) f0 C& x, IMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 3 o  T/ h- u5 I9 b% w* y9 W4 g

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Raid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.# J+ f, {' L/ ]! N( @$ `
Estimated time to target is 8 minutes5 G! l. V1 n$ H' L% l# r7 t

, s$ W- z2 w$ D: S& H# \Japanese aircraft
7 I5 C4 V5 M5 A5 @0 Q1 g      Ki-30 Ann x 26
  o- b7 a7 c8 G8 b6 U$ n      Ki-43-Ia Oscar x 26
, e$ `( M0 w+ O8 I8 K6 Z      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 40
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& h" i# y! s$ DAllied aircraft
. j$ P( a* i) E; Z4 j      H81-A3 x 31+ r6 T2 l- y: g
      Buffalo I x 21
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Japanese aircraft losses
9 Z# o. Q9 b. k6 Q% |      Ki-30 Ann: 12 destroyed, 1 damaged
" ^1 z3 q: }" j6 Z) q2 ^8 G) Y      Ki-30 Ann: 1 destroyed by flak
% F2 t1 l. T% x: W      Ki-43-Ia Oscar: 1 destroyed, C7 U' {4 }  j8 d) ~0 ~

8 x  s( X' G5 I! BAllied aircraft losses" Z+ x! J9 m  Y( `* U2 x; Z2 S
      Buffalo I: 1 destroyed
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  S0 y) C* A5 o; K5 W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。
- Q1 x  A( \* WKB则在埃法特岛附近海面巡逻。
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, r$ s7 m3 H1 a9 u# O# O: X( y5 r+ \Night Naval bombardment of Noumea at 115,160
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5 b# T4 ], }6 r8 l+ zJapanese Ships( u: `2 V2 w: D& R4 W
      BB Kirishima! L% ^" y3 o2 ~( L; O/ V7 N/ U
      BB Hiei9 Q" d7 J# ~4 n: A5 S; Z* T
      BB Haruna# T4 A/ k3 `2 R. d
      CA Mikuma
; D  B+ i- c+ F7 M, J0 x/ ~+ `- J      CA Chikuma0 y9 M3 F7 M6 j
      CA Tone1 o( r+ {" I& E, z, {9 m

! y# J: O) _* C% `! q/ QAirbase hits 9# U7 t& a9 v; |$ |6 i5 B7 r) X( ~
Airbase supply hits 4& `$ J9 u6 h" t0 P" J
Runway hits 15
. k7 K+ w& I( U0 \  E8 o, mPort hits 12
1 [  p6 X0 D! m3 hPort supply hits 2
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Amphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)
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TF 91 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,160
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Japanese ground losses:& q0 d* l& g1 [
      65 casualties reported
, ]7 Z2 y* E( Z" H" O8 x         Squads: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled9 M! ?, F7 P- r+ J
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 22 disabled, p+ i$ b  }8 q6 G9 ~. w3 C
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled( v" d6 w# P  ?
      Guns lost 3 (0 destroyed, 3 disabled)
6 s& A; E5 L& d( X8 f; O      Vehicles lost 1 (0 destroyed, 1 disabled)
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  V1 a1 E# D0 f' z4 {' jAmphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)
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# K7 j& A; a* B/ V4 t3 o7 W. ]) NTF 169 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,160! O+ S5 W- b/ T8 f) k$ o, v

% I: ], h% P5 a" a' k7 rJapanese ground losses:
2 p2 }! L% R0 z/ a; w      546 casualties reported
0 W6 s# f# U0 E8 ~# ~         Squads: 2 destroyed, 43 disabled
5 H8 a4 V/ H! y; @; E0 X         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled8 x& H6 x1 P; ?1 J5 h' R8 a* }4 q
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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Amphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)7 Z2 e0 ?+ v6 O/ n" y
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TF 195 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,1600 M  A3 N( p5 a4 y( J1 {* ?; K+ I: O

6 b# t0 {: N$ L$ \Japanese ground losses:5 B, Z  e. B* x
      130 casualties reported" g6 ?1 l( F. b' T9 O/ Z
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 9 disabled& b. L7 a2 v, V2 L8 q+ I$ F
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled- C/ l+ e0 ~9 w3 G3 `9 c( m
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled/ W) c0 c3 r0 f& a
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Ground combat at Noumea (115,160)
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Allied Bombardment attack
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8 B. g9 G  }) f* gAttacking force 766 troops, 17 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 284 F5 V  ?! }# f% S1 q6 C, U; F% E
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Defending force 2657 troops, 8 guns, 6 vehicles, Assault Value = 69
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# S/ w0 U) C. A) q0 t' b0 IJapanese ground losses:, h8 p  f$ p$ m
      13 casualties reported) X7 Z$ H* G3 K
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
% w1 t7 x; I$ N! X         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
! J3 z5 ?; d0 p         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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Assaulting units:$ a( C# ^# L2 z& {
    New Caledonia Det 2 ?9 A3 l4 L% Q" E! ]3 v

' x  i0 f. I7 ]& p5 Z5 UDefending units:
0 z7 W7 ?6 c2 n) t4 w    11th Div /10
. v/ O; r5 v6 k7 ^    56th Const Co
8 |  k6 c+ [% [* h" R    14th JAAF AF Bn
新喀,多事之地啊
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 29, 42
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: v1 ~( ^+ i' o/ X5 Y, m6 i3 g日军占领努美阿
; S. w5 V. D# S* b, H日军占领卢干维尔3 M+ |- m- M) A" a& f* v/ \0 J0 S
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Ground combat at Noumea (115,160)6 H" t4 e: {: H" S

' g3 q& ^4 ~) Z9 P! AJapanese Deliberate attack
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, `6 M6 B  U7 r% t; nAttacking force 7706 troops, 122 guns, 3 vehicles, Assault Value = 2375 B  h+ r! h8 W& N6 M, u
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Defending force 766 troops, 17 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 28
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Japanese adjusted assault: 207 / F) I9 a  j: m
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Allied adjusted defense: 49 " {  ]5 M# l) M0 }2 r5 `
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Japanese assault odds: 4 to 1 (fort level 0) 4 Q6 H* H. R4 F1 z3 d9 }' r

* ^  y  |8 b8 u3 gJapanese forces CAPTURE Noumea !!!
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" A6 |% Z- I! nCombat modifiers- ]+ q, \# X6 U
Defender: terrain(+)
' C- A' J/ U- i& _* |Attacker: / R: N# |' U$ ^+ F) h. x

2 J0 P9 B6 t. C. j7 bJapanese ground losses:* v# F7 K% ^$ G5 c( b
      53 casualties reported% ^3 h0 V- M5 s5 S4 f% A
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled
( }; G+ j7 h- a9 ~         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
, x7 d0 r4 X9 D: l6 D" J         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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3 V2 j7 Z  ?: [, X0 wAllied ground losses:+ p0 v2 e% o6 w; C
      357 casualties reported  p2 ~1 e7 l' W# o2 ?) q: ?
         Squads: 7 destroyed, 9 disabled
) x4 ^, O* m0 Z3 X0 {# e         Non Combat: 7 destroyed, 4 disabled
! i0 U/ E" ?% K. b' \7 A' A         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
2 L4 f! d% ?& f3 y( C      Guns lost 12 (9 destroyed, 3 disabled)
* K* ]; h% s: I& f3 K9 C" ^& w  K      Units retreated 1! Y0 q4 z- e+ c* S; i+ `$ `

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Ground combat at Luganville (120,150)
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  x/ B8 f/ v0 s9 ^Japanese Deliberate attack4 T! C  D5 K3 B3 |$ Y+ U

- c: ?9 F' ^, v: u5 w7 PAttacking force 1000 troops, 10 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 41
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$ d# G1 A% N! E% y6 m, |Defending force 0 troops, 0 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 04 O, b) b7 H6 ?& z* I. {

1 |& N8 }0 C9 L% NJapanese adjusted assault: 3
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! q' m2 f: ^. U& mAllied adjusted defense: 1 ; R0 Y2 X; L! m7 J; N: a- j( a
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Japanese assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 0)
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Japanese forces CAPTURE Luganville !!!
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Combat modifiers7 n$ J# L3 M6 i: A
Attacker: # @4 u. G: F! F- h' \/ M

1 A! }8 r6 V! W5 @; z: [8 c5 k' VAssaulting units:
' h0 t' |3 Q- g" I6 D+ o* A8 v9 j    19th Naval Guard Unit
% j# q9 q' Q( X; K2 Q    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, 42. T9 b) N7 X  J  c
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. E- g5 r' ~% U$ ?9 K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,
1 E! ~0 f* G8 D- Q8 b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
4 \0 _: K) Z! h  @. P" m" l! 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/ r7 Y: y2 \' V
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0 F2 v! t( {) _1 _3 kGround combat at Shaoyang (80,52)3 @" M0 j# b/ ], ?$ l$ C
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Japanese Deliberate attack
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- m& Y% e* b( bAttacking force 41782 troops, 386 guns, 781 vehicles, Assault Value = 1371
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6 A' |9 v0 R- aDefending force 66370 troops, 283 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 14080 Z' E/ F' W) I  h  e/ ]

; y& U9 `. c2 |! P8 `- Q+ fJapanese adjusted assault: 184 + o0 S- U+ c' P3 I( U3 [6 W0 e! Q
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Allied adjusted defense: 510 7 ]' q, V. g$ I: I2 T; E

* t' e& h: ^/ E# S0 T+ X' VJapanese assault odds: 1 to 2 (fort level 3)
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6 P8 _* u2 f; Z, c6 C+ r1 WCombat modifiers
5 I! }8 J2 J; t9 L6 M3 }! h2 B; M) QDefender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)
( Q/ n) J$ P5 ~Attacker:
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Japanese ground losses:, ]( `* G, s- v0 u. [( f" w" c
      92 casualties reported
% P& ~4 }4 U0 r+ F. z0 q$ s         Squads: 0 destroyed, 10 disabled( Y2 A1 Z9 P. U0 o8 b. z4 q6 Z
         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 33 disabled
/ B  l. Q! Q$ D+ D4 X4 _) R         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
' }) }! D8 x& I8 `1 j      Vehicles lost 100 (2 destroyed, 98 disabled)% v7 U0 Y: C  }

6 K. ~! d9 d5 x$ [2 X9 kAllied ground losses:
0 }" O8 m/ r9 L9 d/ Z/ h      1614 casualties reported
% e- m$ `% @9 b         Squads: 12 destroyed, 199 disabled
& n) n! q3 o; D2 j% [2 \5 C# [         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 15 disabled
4 c3 z# J/ _$ b  ^) V         Engineers: 1 destroyed, 9 disabled
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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。
9 L3 b7 B+ G/ o- U( P$ F. C, l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
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2 f' y' t( q( R; ~" BAttacking force 68272 troops, 590 guns, 789 vehicles, Assault Value = 2196
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Defending force 64810 troops, 282 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1249
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1 m4 R' m, l7 Q  J; WJapanese engineers reduce fortifications to 2
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Japanese adjusted assault: 1524
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# q8 [* `$ a5 Y* kAllied adjusted defense: 470 4 X5 ^7 {$ \! J5 _/ Q1 X1 }

% @5 n/ ^; i3 I  TJapanese assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 2)
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* o1 Q7 ]1 S. r5 ?+ ]; D$ }  DJapanese Assault reduces fortifications to 2
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Combat modifiers: g2 E# @4 t1 c, f9 b: S5 g
Defender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)
: ~1 Z) U" b0 \Attacker:
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: Q1 w0 z" \5 w7 _4 kJapanese ground losses:/ o7 F& U* V/ G, U6 {
      2499 casualties reported
( G& a( @7 Q$ S* b0 S         Squads: 6 destroyed, 170 disabled
& J9 t3 M* f7 Y% H) M# P% J         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 42 disabled6 {) k% v% q& A
         Engineers: 1 destroyed, 14 disabled
! h; V, O8 `2 V# t2 @; a5 v6 m      Vehicles lost 87 (4 destroyed, 83 disabled)* ^* W% |% r* Y6 x6 b
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Allied ground losses:9 P: Y& S: @' ]! d3 @
      3990 casualties reported  f  Y+ [# U; o" W+ r' p
         Squads: 116 destroyed, 183 disabled
# x2 d5 b/ t$ x         Non Combat: 3 destroyed, 23 disabled. q1 {7 ]' g' }; v' O+ _' ]  J
         Engineers: 2 destroyed, 15 disabled
# T* n. \, c! h5 S. t/ d5 z      Guns lost 25 (3 destroyed, 22 disabled)% j' D$ w8 j; E' [+ {, ^

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5 o* T+ q4 `* k  i- BGround combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang)) f5 A* q5 {3 P# V" T

+ O1 a4 Z2 e  }) vJapanese Deliberate attack* y# i/ ^: w/ f0 O! E& J

2 R7 G, ~$ T% G! S: B) Z; ZAttacking force 32190 troops, 569 guns, 376 vehicles, Assault Value = 863
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Defending force 31862 troops, 98 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 449
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Japanese adjusted assault: 572
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8 B( w) ^2 m5 F# M- G& Y! P. KAllied adjusted defense: 1528 3 E5 a5 _2 B+ h. J1 J& H

/ o: V0 \. l1 Z: Y# oJapanese assault odds: 1 to 2 ! \; u" G! t3 O7 F4 m

, |4 a: b% {8 I0 W& O: VCombat modifiers
3 w  S( H6 M, Y5 P: zDefender: terrain(+), experience(-)$ z- B8 J6 _8 f, ~" l+ _
Attacker:
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+ N- M8 ~' \4 u0 iJapanese ground losses:
# ~3 M( z* s& Q2 _9 p& `      1243 casualties reported2 _" m* x$ i. A5 u
         Squads: 5 destroyed, 60 disabled& s* v% A) r/ Z' t. O
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled
; A* p% t5 J9 G2 E2 w( |$ d         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 11 disabled
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3 E9 c0 h, [2 g4 DAllied ground losses:1 [+ v4 u" w& r# {/ W+ W) N
      737 casualties reported5 g/ K/ w6 K* }7 b
         Squads: 2 destroyed, 57 disabled4 J( u2 m( a# c8 {
         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 13 disabled
( e0 s2 N7 R: f3 J3 K5 J$ K# L2 s, ~         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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