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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 12, 42
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南洋战场,巨港陷落3 w0 g4 c" s9 N1 O7 X* O
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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2 {4 N( f! O9 x2 eGround combat at Palembang (48,91)
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% w- K* D$ ]! c- {! ^Japanese Deliberate attack2 x& W% \3 D0 s9 c+ ~, n
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Attacking force 13125 troops, 187 guns, 23 vehicles, Assault Value = 347$ D" W; X. B. c' \
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Defending force 3010 troops, 24 guns, 5 vehicles, Assault Value = 409 o( i. N2 Z  u4 d, p7 u

( q! W& F. u" U8 A1 A3 |# C) gJapanese adjusted assault: 307
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% g% P3 }# x: }% \  SAllied adjusted defense: 16 ; b& V. i: o3 ?2 d8 f

6 ]. K. q; m2 n( r9 rJapanese assault odds: 19 to 1 (fort level 1) ( l' U. J  i! y. N8 Y. }: s. H8 B3 U; w) n
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Japanese forces CAPTURE Palembang !!!+ ~% ]9 C6 F) T" W

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+ e. l% u: l7 ]9 w2 A7 sDefender: terrain(+), disruption(-), preparation(-), morale(-). i* K' O4 t% r
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Attacker:
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+ V+ h$ Q$ E8 I* Q9 IJapanese ground losses:4 u! t; v; Y) }# Y6 d0 B
      55 casualties reported+ V; f$ Y& `3 n0 n4 q1 }
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 7 disabled, q/ B) O8 \! B2 Y, D& b: X
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled* S  d# Y" ~2 U' k! P. n9 E
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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4 k  ~, f; T( K  a5 I( ?Allied ground losses:
3 X# X0 M! @( j6 m5 R" N      942 casualties reported8 f' x* n7 L/ E& {  u! n  x
         Squads: 9 destroyed, 18 disabled* Z8 e- @; |; ?3 {: @( \& d
         Non Combat: 47 destroyed, 17 disabled, Z; M, {4 m' |) @" p! P5 ?( |
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled1 R1 g+ _) x+ [; V7 @& W, |& U
      Guns lost 17 (16 destroyed, 1 disabled)
0 D/ k( w, ^% ~      Vehicles lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled)
0 R3 y" D+ C5 O/ s# U% ]2 M3 B7 o      Units retreated 3
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Defeated Allied Units Retreating!
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 16, 42# R' F6 Y1 B; ]3 @( f, _$ k& O4 B8 t1 f# K
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& n6 O% h) N8 a( I1 q3 ?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。
  H! m" y, s0 }7 m7 D6 x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。0 i1 e& s0 Z/ J2 n; A, F* L
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. T) ~6 C* J* Y" |, T0 z4 C9 IGround combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang), d; n8 L" F7 F8 w; _3 T: x

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& O- r: k9 x, ?# Z: @7 Q( iAttacking force 115577 troops, 1260 guns, 839 vehicles, Assault Value = 3597; {) R5 J: p& ?5 ]1 q$ \

) X5 d* u- l1 J- p" x! ~Defending force 34161 troops, 108 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 839
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" R; a5 N5 y& R) U* mJapanese adjusted assault: 730
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" x% j  r- Y; u0 }2 GAllied adjusted defense: 3088 ' q& W6 ?0 J& W9 C/ Z& @3 V8 x1 r- Y% n

, ^& b4 n, v( p& M( v' EJapanese assault odds: 1 to 4
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Combat modifiers1 E2 S/ x0 p7 I9 L: s& [% t) \
Defender: terrain(+)
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& \4 m# q* a7 I, q/ q: l4 F      10674 casualties reported7 p4 Z$ {2 E0 h% J& \
         Squads: 364 destroyed, 112 disabled
5 E3 v4 o1 {2 [4 y3 N  M! H0 P         Non Combat: 81 destroyed, 27 disabled, C% }+ q( y7 ~3 k. e
         Engineers: 46 destroyed, 24 disabled2 i& X5 J" c2 b- i, L, h' C9 o
      Guns lost 62 (40 destroyed, 22 disabled): t" ^# @$ k- c  b
      Vehicles lost 33 (29 destroyed, 4 disabled). I- ^$ v: a" l8 e% c
      Units destroyed 1$ u8 r- o9 o5 [7 X8 a+ b; |
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Allied ground losses:9 _- [- \/ U  \$ Z& I1 O0 |
      1455 casualties reported
! D/ K$ v1 E! N4 G  T         Squads: 4 destroyed, 69 disabled, M0 e9 [: |# P% I# Z* R; g
         Non Combat: 2 destroyed, 16 disabled! i6 Q9 `0 T% Q. H. x& U2 Q" ^  M
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled; r0 Q/ y  g+ |% ], L
      Guns lost 18 (1 destroyed, 17 disabled)
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! q7 G4 {# T7 P/ \Ground combat at Changsha (82,52)" g" b; T  l5 r0 w

4 A8 u% o8 V6 H% l1 _* JJapanese Deliberate attack
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1 {' p% y" K* k7 WAttacking force 23657 troops, 158 guns, 4 vehicles, Assault Value = 7587 K5 H0 V9 E, W8 Q2 U) d

2 s9 W+ T/ h1 e' w4 Y8 ~" yDefending force 9974 troops, 39 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 216: J1 h! ?9 ~0 u* A7 Y% B  M4 S
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Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 5* m; R9 V& V# F- ^$ l, x
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Japanese adjusted assault: 661
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2 Z* Q9 b/ n. I- MAllied adjusted defense: 493
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Japanese assault odds: 1 to 1 (fort level 5)
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Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 5( ^7 y- W6 k: l6 M# {+ c5 j! n
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Defender: terrain(+), preparation(-), experience(-)
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Japanese ground losses:( s7 ~  W3 b# |! H; V
      301 casualties reported
* u8 y7 T3 V# N. p         Squads: 1 destroyed, 22 disabled( S! y7 f- c, Q' F$ R) u. A% q
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled3 ~: o. b2 _/ q% }, n& ~
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
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Allied ground losses:
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         Squads: 1 destroyed, 27 disabled
/ U0 F; U: w( E6 ^5 b; a+ z" F, p& `         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 8 disabled, Z$ l4 r) X. {' S) i" D4 {$ Z
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 21, 42
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0 h* ]* n0 A0 t6 C% \9 KKB一直在南洋活动,
) O: q4 k1 X* h# j( q- O: u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, 425 q8 G; _! k2 }) j1 \! H* `- _! g
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( v: x3 K7 h; H5 U日军抢占星期四岛,企图切断达尔文与澳东的海路交通线。0 e% D+ L9 o! B' a9 a4 ^+ B
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/ k9 y5 P0 G% L* n% V% T' sAmphibious Assault at Horn Island (91,128)
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! N3 m  }8 }1 }+ `; s* y' cTF 184 troops unloading over beach at Horn Island, 91,1280 X: s+ b1 V7 R9 ]+ Q

/ S9 _& |7 x. i, O8 aJapanese ground losses:
$ `, O2 B2 o3 t# Z" T      14 casualties reported
" P1 {5 A; p- _0 M6 r# X         Squads: 1 destroyed, 0 disabled9 m6 b( g) r- O  W% t
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
: q4 J" b: {+ x         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled6 E& u" U/ Y: v5 J0 E8 p/ h

0 }! G7 G( @$ p3 ?6 e17 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)  X4 o4 |# g1 w. b) j9 @
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Japanese Shock attack5 m5 u8 @6 O2 c: v( E
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Attacking force 1151 troops, 12 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 59% \) \3 a3 w, s) K  B# a0 g% t+ i
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Defending force 724 troops, 4 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 190 ^" {* P9 o, q3 n$ h
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Japanese adjusted assault: 20 4 _) e$ G( R/ O: }) q
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Allied adjusted defense: 4
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# }# x: U9 F' c$ Z* v9 xJapanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 1) 6 ?/ w) I1 d; C# U5 b

5 P! \! U: J0 [1 L6 fJapanese forces CAPTURE Horn Island !!!  |1 l0 r: y" \. k
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Allied aircraft
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Allied aircraft losses
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* u6 {' d2 W3 b. m5 F5 _Combat modifiers
, c, K& A9 u+ K6 y' D5 aDefender: fatigue(-), experience(-)
6 t+ h4 \4 H) t% t9 x) Z# R: ]6 vAttacker: shock(+), leaders(-)
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Japanese ground losses:
4 ~; [/ f3 }0 W  A+ j8 O      53 casualties reported
' a. k. k- |# q) e  R         Squads: 0 destroyed, 15 disabled, X! ~/ [0 f- s
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
; z. D! Y# d9 j8 a- y- e1 M         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled3 A. K% `& b+ ^3 s% ], h
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Allied ground losses:/ C5 V) ~7 {: d3 j, ^
      999 casualties reported  Y  N) ]* h6 }. a' k4 A/ Z; ?
         Squads: 16 destroyed, 0 disabled' o  T$ X  D* c, P$ C7 b' R
         Non Combat: 45 destroyed, 0 disabled! D" T% v: Z! G( j& `1 n. b# \
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled; N% G9 `* C6 W+ J/ H' @
      Guns lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled)
  J5 Z) l$ i/ c- b' q) E" \      Units destroyed 2
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Assaulting units:
# E* {. O) E4 k$ {' @' {, M6 Q4 U- q9 `    82nd Nav Gd /1
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Defending units:
3 F, ]1 G9 Q- J' H/ C    Torres Strait Battalion6 r: C5 g( X  m9 _
    Horn Isl Base Force
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派遣军重兵进攻长沙,长沙不支陷落
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Ground combat at Changsha (82,52)" |5 X2 q: Y* H! h! g' m5 h6 ]9 q, z
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5 S  P* R4 `$ |: ?% c4 C4 }% hAttacking force 51135 troops, 424 guns, 90 vehicles, Assault Value = 1609
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- a8 `; f! z# q$ i- R6 o. nDefending force 17249 troops, 106 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 3260 K' X/ V/ n* Q1 V
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Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 3* c8 Y4 ^0 I9 j3 q' m3 Z9 a
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Japanese adjusted assault: 1078
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, H1 Y0 x: h# SAllied adjusted defense: 189
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Japanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 3)
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5 }8 v5 [& ]+ YJapanese forces CAPTURE Changsha !!!
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7 _0 w5 X5 b0 c1 z- mCombat modifiers+ H$ e& f3 P. {- a5 ]
Defender: terrain(+), forts(+), leaders(+), disruption(-)6 Q) _6 z4 Y. D8 ?5 `6 |1 ]5 Z: H
preparation(-), experience(-)
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Japanese ground losses:  U8 u, v5 A& L' b1 s8 A' j
      435 casualties reported
! B$ D& q, }& g1 V) K) Y5 g2 s         Squads: 0 destroyed, 64 disabled
; w3 w) e! O6 Y) M. m         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled0 p# V. V& s) c; B4 x
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 19 disabled
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Allied ground losses:
5 G$ d5 Q/ V; ^5 Q5 e" w7 w      5496 casualties reported
* L* h& A2 {6 {* o         Squads: 173 destroyed, 37 disabled
/ l& `2 a, u" ?2 [         Non Combat: 227 destroyed, 27 disabled0 C: x8 R! V8 B6 P
         Engineers: 70 destroyed, 0 disabled
  h* C0 Y/ K5 M6 J: N8 p      Guns lost 28 (23 destroyed, 5 disabled). ~, s" N' V7 U
      Units retreated 3+ s: C  _% _* q8 l9 H
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Defeated Allied Units Retreating!
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 16, 42& W$ k/ |# Q# [5 u$ ~! i$ K5 P
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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4 t0 R2 M3 f& Q$ S) s, s3 R+ Z0 z& L
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* b% j8 m+ _0 r8 GMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 4 M  c8 Y5 I9 q$ B
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Weather in hex: Moderate rain$ [- j; u+ S6 @) i

* P6 b' O! u0 T' N, l! rRaid spotted at 38 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
9 w7 A, R( @3 ?( h# ^/ m% ]Estimated time to target is 12 minutes# |- _0 O  E8 s9 r* U

7 h' H' G$ [4 sJapanese aircraft
( v0 |" o, g# ^' c      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 17
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      H81-A3 x 594 l+ F" n7 u. ~
      Blenheim IF x 2+ ~) Y4 ^9 d+ Q' J2 l  Z
      Buffalo I x 25
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1 Y3 k- i" g$ Y$ A0 t0 m2 e! j5 ~& vJapanese aircraft losses1 C& x7 ?3 n5 ^7 y1 ^( u4 M! s6 W2 C
      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 5 destroyed& ]* S! V" n# _6 R* f% K5 v/ e
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, O  ^! b' j7 `1 \- FMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 ) M" w# z9 y$ B% k. {! t
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! f% @4 H/ A! l* U8 ?Raid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.
, s7 ?5 c) U+ k* pEstimated time to target is 9 minutes
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Japanese aircraft
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6 ?5 f. _1 ]/ H4 S% P      H81-A3 x 564 B1 x3 h* |* n6 n
      Buffalo I x 25
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 1 destroyed2 u1 U, t5 Q1 p3 p5 X  G$ S
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Allied aircraft losses
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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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Weather in hex: Moderate rain  p% v( }* Z5 s5 |3 L  N& Z
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Raid spotted at 13 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
9 v& d  m+ \! t& p, f. y, XEstimated time to target is 4 minutes
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4 y* U0 j( S$ ?( Z, tJapanese aircraft
1 s/ _9 C: I) N; Y" E" D      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 285 ?' X) B( B, x  P( Y
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7 `- [/ R4 f/ [, E5 `. _+ d      Buffalo I x 25  ]* k; @1 H1 n& C) d' C8 W/ }8 ^

1 h1 \( b1 u+ F/ c- I+ m# oJapanese aircraft losses
* `- l# v! p- U/ N( `& ~& s      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 6 destroyed
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Allied aircraft losses
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      Buffalo I: 1 destroyed
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8 k$ |( D; U0 X: L, |) @* _Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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4 V1 V0 ]( I4 A0 c4 \6 q& QWeather in hex: Moderate rain# u) F: X1 j$ O" [

* @. G; `* ?: j* e( c! nRaid spotted at 26 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
- w, q5 K' |! A( z5 _* o/ LEstimated time to target is 8 minutes" e6 T- l* ^# ?. W7 k; Y* G! _# w

5 O% Q7 G0 ~8 a, b& ]% o* S9 WJapanese aircraft% n0 ]+ O' c4 n( H. j( w# w* A
      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 6
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Allied aircraft6 d1 r, ]3 i. ~* C
      H81-A3 x 35
6 ^8 t5 L% g3 R- ^) r* h) K  }      Buffalo I x 23+ O0 h1 p8 M! v& w) `- Y

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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 2 destroyed- k' f8 w# |/ A9 _& P+ w

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      H81-A3: 1 destroyed
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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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Weather in hex: Moderate rain
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Raid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.7 v* N* I7 f1 a
Estimated time to target is 8 minutes$ f9 e( {9 b: @

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      Ki-30 Ann x 26
, l% e4 r- R) P4 w& K      Ki-43-Ia Oscar x 265 g% Y2 z; r" Z5 d/ [; r
      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 40, `2 ]! f: D: r5 C, u" ?
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Allied aircraft2 K" b: O6 f/ O8 O" r1 S
      H81-A3 x 31# J$ H% Q8 S5 s. _; L
      Buffalo I x 21
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Japanese aircraft losses
4 Z* _2 m; m. h; u. d      Ki-30 Ann: 12 destroyed, 1 damaged$ y7 Q3 p. a" x" ^
      Ki-30 Ann: 1 destroyed by flak" w' W% a. W; C  `2 F$ r, M
      Ki-43-Ia Oscar: 1 destroyed  a+ R/ ^- {( K3 D8 O7 m3 K

" |0 f* e0 g4 i9 y- \  z1 R1 FAllied aircraft losses
6 X! Q: T9 C1 Y( ^      Buffalo I: 1 destroyed
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 27, 42
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KB则在埃法特岛附近海面巡逻。1 s8 P, x  x2 m( i& M2 L; Q
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Night Naval bombardment of Noumea at 115,160) t0 p$ s  T/ G5 u0 c0 f% p
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! Y7 M' B& T* v" i, W      BB Kirishima
' G# |0 U" u3 R/ E, N) c      BB Hiei
1 |- z* q9 p2 O2 N/ O/ p      BB Haruna
' o& l& ^( L  ^: }- A, p9 n      CA Mikuma
7 ~7 w5 e' E" V8 x8 ^      CA Chikuma! N$ O: D) G% h# ?
      CA Tone7 |0 d1 A6 Z: }9 X: u7 E9 ~4 K

: G3 n+ R/ T* P# Q7 yAirbase hits 9
  F1 O" S" i  E% FAirbase supply hits 4# A, Q! _. q$ O1 C
Runway hits 15+ t# P& L% `  J
Port hits 126 J. H9 ]7 h, M2 b* ^) e' [9 H
Port supply hits 2" T: }) K, |5 V" t) ~
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% `+ T) d2 z2 ]' [& r8 N6 JAmphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160), H/ e# u; r1 m& a% I5 `  y0 ]
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TF 91 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,160
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Japanese ground losses:
0 {* s- U) ?' F% I# u7 j      65 casualties reported& c5 w# p1 j) c$ C. v3 A1 e5 v
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled
# E# Y* S; d; S         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 22 disabled' O' l9 T- ^7 [) U+ U
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled0 R" K! c" X7 Z- I
      Guns lost 3 (0 destroyed, 3 disabled)# {. d8 I% M$ ~
      Vehicles lost 1 (0 destroyed, 1 disabled)
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Amphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)% H0 W5 x  d- P% g
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TF 169 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,160
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6 f, q5 @3 {$ u  RJapanese ground losses:* |2 k4 o/ u) s' y% K( g) \& k
      546 casualties reported- `- |0 _" h8 ]* f. N* J& {+ l! n
         Squads: 2 destroyed, 43 disabled
& t  K' n: h3 h% B8 b" |         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled9 t4 ]* Y) `( ^( W- A
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled+ T4 B, A6 l" k( ]" g& Y. V9 M
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Amphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)
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TF 195 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,1608 H) p. t  S5 D' f

1 {8 o4 x3 {6 D( EJapanese ground losses:
0 u4 P% j4 i5 C" a+ G' X. M      130 casualties reported
3 [" Y$ L8 n1 ]. \2 t         Squads: 1 destroyed, 9 disabled" {5 K! R& P  r# y& D' ?
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
: e. c0 w; w7 X8 F3 D: }! N+ _1 b0 e         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled6 j( @. L% h- \; L# w" x* m7 O
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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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' g* t2 s/ d$ E3 x  M* @Defending force 2657 troops, 8 guns, 6 vehicles, Assault Value = 69
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, M4 n4 }5 U( T+ Y1 jJapanese ground losses:
* D+ r; c! x' X; z      13 casualties reported
6 f, X8 x. A4 v4 s6 a0 B         Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
. f! \7 }; R/ A+ S7 Z  L         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
) h9 l2 H# Z; w         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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Assaulting units:9 k+ p/ t( R/ R' _6 S
    New Caledonia Det
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# H2 W( G- O( s# |' VDefending units:
! \2 i& x, z! L+ O0 C2 C    11th Div /10
  S/ R, G; P6 U" J1 {( M    56th Const Co 3 y$ g, _4 L8 K1 F" p  C
    14th JAAF AF Bn
新喀,多事之地啊
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 29, 425 o3 a! Z3 e( Q$ x& x! Q  X% g
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; m' t; q) P6 M9 W1 H日军占领努美阿% u8 M, ~; W6 Y1 ~" h4 \. n# E- |
日军占领卢干维尔
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Ground combat at Noumea (115,160)
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3 D# X, N! L8 ]- u' m# h$ c- XJapanese Deliberate attack
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Attacking force 7706 troops, 122 guns, 3 vehicles, Assault Value = 2375 V- N) n  f1 j2 x! d, Q

3 b& y: y, ^: R) U! fDefending force 766 troops, 17 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 28) L) Z6 x; e) X) }4 f
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Japanese adjusted assault: 207
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" |. ~2 q. N5 X1 w* h" G. U8 BAllied adjusted defense: 49
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& z% \9 S; S: [# m0 JJapanese assault odds: 4 to 1 (fort level 0)
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2 P5 L# h& z6 O5 |! XJapanese forces CAPTURE Noumea !!!4 L2 [1 g2 g  B9 o0 f( D/ N

; A0 U+ O! g! z! `6 C3 J! z- LCombat modifiers0 L. B/ P# e" G! x5 W+ t' D) ~8 y/ P
Defender: terrain(+)
9 K  H6 ~( M8 Z1 A1 X( n- ]Attacker:
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* f4 j/ K: h# @: a$ `! x8 a9 k. }* v' q3 PJapanese ground losses:
: @, g/ ^, W) y  F6 l      53 casualties reported; m; m5 @( y% y
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled8 H; b1 |% ~, C' J# ]$ g# F
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
5 m7 f! G. d+ \# b; W         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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  u. t8 P8 B8 P2 lAllied ground losses:+ p% Z1 l, Y. U6 s( K
      357 casualties reported
0 Z1 ?% V$ s  N         Squads: 7 destroyed, 9 disabled/ ^- l# R, P& u6 F9 Z; d
         Non Combat: 7 destroyed, 4 disabled) h" \9 }7 ]1 W2 }8 B$ @
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
% w6 d' ~1 Z) X/ O7 ]5 Q' p      Guns lost 12 (9 destroyed, 3 disabled)3 e! s) Y/ C& X8 D  F) c7 E, W
      Units retreated 1+ x6 x; d' Q4 v# X$ P2 x

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Ground combat at Luganville (120,150)
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. m1 N' y3 m( d; k' Q0 e" uJapanese Deliberate attack) N2 Z( [1 ]* a) e0 r, n# h

& y* [% {2 d8 zAttacking 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
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Japanese adjusted assault: 3
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Allied adjusted defense: 1 9 A  `$ b3 I9 l* W% K

9 f3 E3 b; X) oJapanese assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 0) ' u  G' Y; o& p4 r
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Japanese forces CAPTURE Luganville !!!. t. e9 B! @4 N: V9 s, x6 I
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Combat modifiers
$ d$ Q; j+ c4 {9 ]0 U0 ]# \Attacker:   x0 U, |9 Q3 n+ X

2 S3 p- }6 [- G5 v. S; w$ WAssaulting units:' u- r7 `! l% S4 b2 N( T
    19th Naval Guard Unit
! Q+ k# D% j9 J: f( |4 a* 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, 42% ?% O1 V3 V/ z1 R
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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," ^! y) ^. q% v
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0 g0 M% j, ~4 n5 F
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6 G+ [' s, Q% L3 m0 r2 W. M1 x* U
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Ground combat at Shaoyang (80,52). ~: Y5 x% ?# v0 E$ v/ I9 ?
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Japanese Deliberate attack8 |$ K* c3 A! k1 E9 ]- _6 l0 g

5 ?( j3 Y2 j8 d8 B# K. _& LAttacking force 41782 troops, 386 guns, 781 vehicles, Assault Value = 1371) R- J0 g6 E- K1 v* {& m  N
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Defending force 66370 troops, 283 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1408
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5 ]$ E1 P% p0 m/ R6 W! H. GJapanese adjusted assault: 184 + J0 K8 j% s: ]: X  B+ m- \. R

/ k4 W  g9 D- Q3 L4 uAllied adjusted defense: 510
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Japanese assault odds: 1 to 2 (fort level 3)   g% U8 K6 {; |

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Defender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)7 \7 w6 w0 Z+ f% w
Attacker:
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Japanese ground losses:3 X9 g, y: q# g& B; H9 p0 E; Z
      92 casualties reported* q& x0 ?- O7 D4 c) Y: a
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 10 disabled/ v3 j: e6 q3 x% @: k2 r8 r
         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 33 disabled) m# w% G1 F% [6 s8 ~5 r% h0 c& E
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled4 g( ]- F# [" P& p  {
      Vehicles lost 100 (2 destroyed, 98 disabled)
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Allied ground losses:7 o7 s: B! R7 f9 u
      1614 casualties reported
. _( v- \) @: e( @$ W" K         Squads: 12 destroyed, 199 disabled( C5 c4 i& P3 x9 Z" [
         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 15 disabled3 q5 Z" l- k% S9 a8 f' }
         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。6 m0 Y% _( h0 M. @
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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6 f" a- ~; Y' C* d$ F& @Ground combat at Shaoyang (80,52)
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6 r; N/ m* d* m$ L5 E5 _4 lJapanese Deliberate attack
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6 c3 x# _2 B' ^" d8 XAttacking 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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( l* C" B( v7 BJapanese engineers reduce fortifications to 2# Y" q4 ^/ J8 E+ `; |( Q% L4 d. T

! ~2 i( d' g$ G/ ?9 ZJapanese adjusted assault: 1524
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Japanese Assault reduces fortifications to 2
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2 r1 e- F2 r3 c3 }5 z& f3 N- OCombat modifiers
/ k/ b' R% U: l  ]+ p/ qDefender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)& e- H* q8 [! }+ `! m8 x3 Q* Q
Attacker: % ]6 O' `( R3 I% Z) L8 ^- T, K

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* a# I2 R" p6 i4 W+ ^1 X      2499 casualties reported
6 e. L# T1 O) E( C2 V         Squads: 6 destroyed, 170 disabled
( Y: [: f1 v( C7 u' c         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 42 disabled( I2 n5 R! `: o- `" o- k
         Engineers: 1 destroyed, 14 disabled
# @8 S1 F( u& O& \: g0 ?      Vehicles lost 87 (4 destroyed, 83 disabled)* w% L' A$ z" h6 J1 ]

8 H+ F. ^( M& ]7 ?2 o& iAllied ground losses:
3 E3 ~3 T7 c% O      3990 casualties reported: `) \" k* u& p  u" K5 \# Z
         Squads: 116 destroyed, 183 disabled
2 P) I7 L6 N4 ^) t" z9 o2 Y         Non Combat: 3 destroyed, 23 disabled, o4 w: A& h0 S: H. l2 k8 ?% w; n
         Engineers: 2 destroyed, 15 disabled. ?/ n5 U6 Q2 G7 [8 z. x6 O
      Guns lost 25 (3 destroyed, 22 disabled)
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Ground combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang)
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Attacking force 32190 troops, 569 guns, 376 vehicles, Assault Value = 863. Y3 M7 d8 b8 p8 N, f

" f  I$ {6 F, S5 _+ aDefending force 31862 troops, 98 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 449; y9 x* j& B5 h% I- Z' y
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Japanese adjusted assault: 572 ( c; Q* P/ i) g
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Allied adjusted defense: 1528 $ X8 A. [3 _( R8 Z. P

2 ]& h, B% X" |' \& N- y* iJapanese assault odds: 1 to 2
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Combat modifiers7 P3 Z: y5 l! _
Defender: terrain(+), experience(-)( [; R" `& m. F: G
Attacker:
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2 D+ E: c6 U9 _* AJapanese ground losses:( w8 a$ D  \& H  g+ V
      1243 casualties reported
1 _* d! W. s1 x  ~         Squads: 5 destroyed, 60 disabled. E: y+ b/ u5 O; f/ p, V
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled
. W5 s1 }0 I4 V. ^         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 11 disabled
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, x9 g5 G5 U( i& G$ Q) u' [Allied ground losses:4 r# C2 Z% {1 W! ^- j
      737 casualties reported4 v' F& {2 U6 @. R' D3 \, x7 k
         Squads: 2 destroyed, 57 disabled
+ F9 M2 w5 I% f" ]7 ^$ k& O) L, M, c         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 13 disabled* X  w3 e+ w% y0 L
         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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