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AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 12, 42
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' B+ X7 J) r6 [$ W南洋战场,巨港陷落/ A3 p5 Q- b! l
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)2 g5 I7 I: Y* H" }% [! E1 M  d2 [
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Japanese Deliberate attack  G2 ^- n* W, v

7 g1 m: |5 B0 t- C( MAttacking force 13125 troops, 187 guns, 23 vehicles, Assault Value = 347
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Defending force 3010 troops, 24 guns, 5 vehicles, Assault Value = 40' Z: P$ x# N. k

, e+ k# M0 l9 `Japanese adjusted assault: 307
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& d. n9 ~+ n/ C+ h) z, d+ d5 ]Allied adjusted defense: 16 1 r7 c* ]8 e( ?' O0 }0 j

, e* D+ S! l) f/ j7 E: SJapanese assault odds: 19 to 1 (fort level 1) 1 Z9 |, s& M% V9 D% V4 a- Z8 y
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Japanese forces CAPTURE Palembang !!!* }* K6 r5 p/ M, A

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+ r* E( b0 ?- j# C. EDefender: terrain(+), disruption(-), preparation(-), morale(-)) q. S& E/ ?6 g( ^* S! [# N, `
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Attacker:
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Japanese ground losses:
2 M+ ~" T( O* |6 f" J, U      55 casualties reported
" S0 ?) Y5 n. n: h/ L         Squads: 0 destroyed, 7 disabled" R' l* L3 k) B
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled3 @( g; }! u" Z+ r7 e6 W- M
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled) r4 g, g) l& v* n
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Allied ground losses:
2 B+ O+ H1 ^" N, }- ~: [) \      942 casualties reported
- C! O2 v0 d; p: \         Squads: 9 destroyed, 18 disabled
% O5 W- V" c% x# q1 _  u8 K         Non Combat: 47 destroyed, 17 disabled  J* M8 x0 ?' b( o9 L) [/ e
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
3 s" Y$ e) b6 }$ t      Guns lost 17 (16 destroyed, 1 disabled)- [) G* x$ a; l8 Y& j
      Vehicles lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled); q! [; t* }$ Q" @3 a* Z6 U
      Units retreated 3  w5 J& D+ o5 m9 q' F6 ~9 i0 o
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Defeated Allied Units Retreating!
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 16, 42, M/ ?. Z6 `/ j# p
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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。
6 q7 Y! d- P, U5 `0 n9 ~5 O; G  Z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。/ d  _# L1 Y4 U' @5 {! V3 ?" Q
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9 e* s3 s/ J- Y! {, `Ground combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang)4 c5 W5 f, E/ W

, }% n# u. [7 C1 z- {( b1 tJapanese Deliberate attack; a( W# q+ O1 K; o- J: K; j2 o) j

: l. @# U2 @5 o8 k) j9 }  WAttacking force 115577 troops, 1260 guns, 839 vehicles, Assault Value = 3597" Q+ u8 z* G# V4 z! h7 s; \: \, x

- ^$ G; }+ N1 q& b. C- z* `5 t* \4 ?0 s1 GDefending force 34161 troops, 108 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 8396 ?+ C5 q  q4 A7 b; |

! l4 x4 }' s6 z( S# g7 Q2 PJapanese adjusted assault: 730
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' b4 D. y( y7 ~6 |* z' {- oAllied adjusted defense: 3088 + a2 \8 {1 T0 U" ~4 |5 T9 X

. K/ w4 L: r, u% L% @+ ?, CJapanese assault odds: 1 to 4 9 S' X5 V. U2 e9 v
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Combat modifiers
7 F  i. T% F- x; F2 JDefender: terrain(+)
! i! F2 I, N9 f" `9 M& M, W: VAttacker: 8 r- t0 R4 ~/ z! c

- a  _% J6 a' j' pJapanese ground losses:; Z. Q' G! }! }3 w( f3 [5 D$ h
      10674 casualties reported
  Y2 _2 \+ E/ D5 i" |; A* U2 ~$ d         Squads: 364 destroyed, 112 disabled
" Q6 c7 y9 \6 P         Non Combat: 81 destroyed, 27 disabled
3 {' W/ ~* j* q" e+ f         Engineers: 46 destroyed, 24 disabled
2 r6 ~2 s5 {  d3 O      Guns lost 62 (40 destroyed, 22 disabled)
9 u7 t2 U" y6 Y% m* \- a0 W1 V+ d      Vehicles lost 33 (29 destroyed, 4 disabled)
& E: B' b$ t+ x. a8 k      Units destroyed 1" s7 }# e* y" q, t$ s& a

2 s6 G, x& {6 h* V7 x. U# h( l) `Allied ground losses:; l8 S6 u4 B$ r- f
      1455 casualties reported& G" }& \* g* ^) s1 i# g$ A# `- k
         Squads: 4 destroyed, 69 disabled
7 w" _5 P; c6 a" x7 l$ f         Non Combat: 2 destroyed, 16 disabled
% V& F$ ^8 H! L" ^) y         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled& y* v! l$ c) t$ s) m
      Guns lost 18 (1 destroyed, 17 disabled)
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Ground combat at Changsha (82,52)& c* f* S1 P3 Z" i6 Z' Q) s

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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 = 2161 E" s/ V+ H. p, [, j
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Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 5. {5 w& A  X$ E" `* m

1 ~$ Z3 {, {+ V2 y6 v3 z8 ~9 VJapanese adjusted assault: 661 0 n" a6 n1 e" p: `5 a

0 e: x1 A1 T) w( r- xAllied adjusted defense: 493 8 g/ D) s2 D: i
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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
4 w2 H9 o* d9 T$ F! N$ B6 wDefender: terrain(+), preparation(-), experience(-)
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Japanese ground losses:
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         Squads: 1 destroyed, 22 disabled* h/ L8 @1 P  e8 c3 Z
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled
, W% N, R9 u* N3 I+ N, U         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
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4 [0 E; ]. E+ I. H: G      272 casualties reported
4 w. j1 p/ X3 w; c% ]7 d         Squads: 1 destroyed, 27 disabled
8 e6 S" ~5 I4 s2 g; u         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 8 disabled
! E" J* f9 I5 @         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR Apr 21, 42 : c1 F- P, \. b6 r
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KB一直在南洋活动,
% J  l0 W7 t  T8 L) L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. g  f9 X( g  ~8 Z# m4 G, x
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Amphibious Assault at Horn Island (91,128)
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: V" m$ }% G5 d0 h  dTF 184 troops unloading over beach at Horn Island, 91,1289 J8 [; H4 r$ L4 H- L9 _
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Japanese ground losses:' f; @7 S/ \2 `6 X
      14 casualties reported: v, ^$ B- t: \) y2 o/ U
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 0 disabled
3 [6 I" B- Y0 Q1 N         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
/ T0 I# i; Q8 D9 a, `' ?         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled7 T" |  L) r! ]' b0 Q
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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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6 N# D# M# u9 w7 s& d7 xGround combat at Horn Island (91,128)
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Japanese Shock attack! v  ?+ k, u; ^6 Y

7 e/ C# p# C& {- C* E5 W( uAttacking force 1151 troops, 12 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 592 a1 f& z& `# v6 C2 L, y3 o, h7 T

- w% i' M3 r7 J3 k6 X$ C7 [Defending force 724 troops, 4 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 198 o: {! |( W/ B6 O
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Japanese adjusted assault: 20   T9 N: z# q( l* m1 d% _
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Allied adjusted defense: 4 2 m# S0 M  y6 `- Q2 B$ |

  ]5 U- X6 [% Q6 m0 q1 D: rJapanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 1)
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4 x1 a: }! T/ n7 |: A% lJapanese forces CAPTURE Horn Island !!!
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Allied aircraft8 Y5 h% u* I/ }0 {' m* d# ?
      no flights6 o" a  l" q& U' D5 n  @: F) v, E
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Allied aircraft losses
$ I8 C- a, H+ l* _      S.19 Singapore III: 1 destroyed
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Defender: fatigue(-), experience(-)
4 |/ ^/ d/ u6 y9 W+ G! GAttacker: shock(+), leaders(-)
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5 \! B, h+ b- ]: `Japanese ground losses:5 F2 X' x$ e$ b0 d1 Y& R7 \
      53 casualties reported- `3 V* a1 N1 w$ ]' B  y) r
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 15 disabled
2 x- t# {) f6 @$ R         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
8 M2 M% Y4 N$ N6 G         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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Allied ground losses:
. u) O$ g- Q- r0 [2 m! x# ?      999 casualties reported
5 I* Q0 V$ c. n6 d         Squads: 16 destroyed, 0 disabled
+ C; I# Q0 J1 `$ R& N5 E& L" L         Non Combat: 45 destroyed, 0 disabled% L& |+ V3 L* w% P# X
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled, s3 C6 t( V4 c
      Guns lost 4 (4 destroyed, 0 disabled)
1 E% o) j6 o( v      Units destroyed 21 E+ D4 i' ^+ E+ ^! y) ~

3 c9 C( d; ?# p( C1 Y: g( ^Assaulting units:
5 @2 J6 p' o: t+ ]    82nd Nav Gd /1% q: Q) m- ]! D* d$ w

) ~3 `1 p9 O% i- u# VDefending units:
0 d* b- b3 z4 q% d' m    Torres Strait Battalion# n8 m" P6 f, }- M
    Horn Isl Base Force
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 06, 42
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Ground combat at Changsha (82,52)% U/ F7 R) I) D. d% D* s
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Japanese Deliberate attack
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! m% Y3 t$ J' n& B: I  lAttacking force 51135 troops, 424 guns, 90 vehicles, Assault Value = 1609, L/ Z. M! y, l! X* w: W

, T- T  H3 m9 j% B5 k( kDefending force 17249 troops, 106 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 326
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Japanese engineers reduce fortifications to 30 e3 z# a& Y/ ?+ L4 B- b
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Japanese adjusted assault: 1078
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3 D' h3 l8 w# O7 N' FAllied adjusted defense: 189 - A- Q4 p3 C6 d' H& n5 G# c

' u; o& Z0 q& p7 WJapanese assault odds: 5 to 1 (fort level 3) # G# v, F; Z* X4 H7 U- i" V7 r

, v9 r8 |8 z& K2 I4 l' J' j$ pJapanese forces CAPTURE Changsha !!!
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Combat modifiers
! B" b' j* l$ S% kDefender: terrain(+), forts(+), leaders(+), disruption(-)6 C% p8 z# {& ^
preparation(-), experience(-)
; F; a. r4 `  A0 r! s1 tAttacker:
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Japanese ground losses:
7 A: A; v2 W' y- \% D. X7 c5 }      435 casualties reported
6 W- j$ k( `# C         Squads: 0 destroyed, 64 disabled7 [) J5 N& x; k- N* j" a" _
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled* k( `' j' ]' p/ r
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 19 disabled' F- f; ^# r8 l5 B: Y  }$ e

- p/ b6 G: }& E7 U4 ?Allied ground losses:1 O( R: r& W1 H6 o: @5 e
      5496 casualties reported1 F4 \4 A3 L! U# O1 |& {
         Squads: 173 destroyed, 37 disabled
% M+ }) F% g" z5 H! D+ m. ~         Non Combat: 227 destroyed, 27 disabled
2 g) Z, @7 }) R5 A4 Q0 M$ F         Engineers: 70 destroyed, 0 disabled
( e$ O  L! T2 `8 c      Guns lost 28 (23 destroyed, 5 disabled)& s8 V, {  H1 {! i3 l- j
      Units retreated 3
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Defeated Allied Units Retreating!
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 16, 42
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" v1 i5 j) Q# |9 g% j1 f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" E9 `' E% A6 H9 C- ^
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4 j: ]( u/ J4 K( RMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 1 j  }* t8 K$ f2 D- N

) {. t) u# W2 y+ j: i( V3 Y* CWeather in hex: Moderate rain5 J" M2 z0 n2 d8 R
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Raid spotted at 38 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.- t# e% X( E3 Q7 g" S4 ]- w2 Z$ Z
Estimated time to target is 12 minutes: e8 O- J8 R+ A6 D% Q, t( G! B

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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 174 Y+ h6 E/ A* U% W" F

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      H81-A3 x 594 S9 N; d0 n+ P( @$ S6 b3 q
      Blenheim IF x 2
5 h" @( \$ s7 ~5 `/ N+ |. [      Buffalo I x 25
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      H81-A3: 1 destroyed' K- F6 U% k+ o7 {+ K

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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 2 e* y/ R, a% V* E, T% l9 }

: a! ]3 ]7 c$ k( oWeather in hex: Moderate rain
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Raid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.
' J9 @/ {( y/ o* q6 pEstimated time to target is 9 minutes
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 113 O+ }- N1 A) d; }; m( i8 u

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. F* g' P- ~& F# P# E' s. e      H81-A3 x 56
3 D$ k9 v3 ?3 x! L# Q; {      Buffalo I x 25
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$ p: i, N5 T* NJapanese aircraft losses
9 P7 s5 [8 ~- i- @& \" B$ |      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 1 destroyed: ^& Z, R8 _; W: h

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  f5 n% d8 T4 u; q% d2 P      H81-A3: 1 destroyed
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, U& X. g5 h1 t: C3 WMorning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53 . d; f- L' ]/ L; K* f) j

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Raid spotted at 13 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet." R5 i: t  J2 R
Estimated time to target is 4 minutes1 S* O8 W4 ?/ p2 p9 |( |9 Y
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      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 28/ N: x- N' J  R6 s7 i
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Allied aircraft# F6 X4 i6 M8 W& l$ C. H
      H81-A3 x 48
' w2 F5 L4 ~7 T$ W! x( C      Buffalo I x 25
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, A# j3 o( I0 x1 z6 [- JJapanese aircraft losses/ m1 d, K* ]2 e2 A! s3 x
      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 6 destroyed
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5 k! K/ C, r  _3 |3 s9 c' S6 O6 UAllied aircraft losses
; |& R; h0 H+ k! e0 [      H81-A3: 3 destroyed% i, |+ e8 V# Z2 V( z
      Buffalo I: 1 destroyed
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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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# K  c' v# m* A" p- |; }Raid spotted at 26 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
% v" t+ P" ]+ O! x  uEstimated time to target is 8 minutes
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0 I" Q; O# @1 n. v7 B+ `# v/ |4 xJapanese aircraft
1 H  O$ H/ Y7 N/ c  D* @9 [9 s      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 6
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      H81-A3 x 35
  {$ x6 }' p# z+ }- \      Buffalo I x 23+ M3 p& f' `/ U) B3 h

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& P: q) d' ?1 A* u' j- `      Ki-43-Ic Oscar: 2 destroyed3 M/ }5 G1 ^. o4 J) p/ P4 ?

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& W7 L" _0 b2 P+ t8 S( F      H81-A3: 1 destroyed
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Morning Air attack on Rangoon , at 54,53
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+ Z: F$ C5 t  x( `/ XRaid spotted at 28 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.
( S5 [: ], V7 G8 vEstimated time to target is 8 minutes. I# K- l- `! ^' h5 H/ v7 `

2 }1 c6 ~- M; CJapanese aircraft: _( k7 t$ {' }$ j$ K! v+ a8 Z  W3 A
      Ki-30 Ann x 26& q( q* o; p; l4 c9 d# _! P
      Ki-43-Ia Oscar x 26
* `" C) `, D- D2 p' j& P- A% M4 I      Ki-43-Ic Oscar x 40
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Allied aircraft/ y0 A8 V3 O! i6 g3 f
      H81-A3 x 314 Y" x  w6 a' {# |4 ?6 X( x4 ^) O
      Buffalo I x 21& v# T  K+ R) \. [& e5 T

  U3 w7 M+ V4 s( i3 |# uJapanese aircraft losses
9 J1 R8 x9 n% L' u      Ki-30 Ann: 12 destroyed, 1 damaged% v, f5 C' `6 b1 Q* b
      Ki-30 Ann: 1 destroyed by flak% j  L' O4 W. E
      Ki-43-Ia Oscar: 1 destroyed
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6 T/ K- B$ H) ]$ H7 J' y+ r6 eAllied aircraft losses
: r- P. q& k' g4 s& m6 R1 v! E0 @% i      Buffalo I: 1 destroyed
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 27, 42
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7 `8 ]! {! _  M# `1 f3 \. p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。
6 q/ U: c, g" w* M+ [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
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4 y& K+ Q* Y! Y# L2 S  V) {1 }Japanese Ships
5 L& c1 d8 c8 I' U# p      BB Kirishima
* l' j. e2 j1 B$ ^8 o' c8 W- V      BB Hiei
( S, Z& e  L6 {      BB Haruna
8 b+ P# S3 b' x/ R      CA Mikuma7 U9 z: m& G0 M$ _* n2 V
      CA Chikuma# ~" f) @# x- [) Z( H, a* V
      CA Tone
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Airbase hits 9, `5 i2 x5 y2 k' G
Airbase supply hits 4
4 B% K8 Q, w: f; e4 p6 [. }3 h* L/ jRunway hits 15; T, M6 k1 }1 U: w
Port hits 12) D  C* q5 i, n+ |3 r
Port supply hits 22 N, u% b( Q+ y7 F& C6 ^1 g
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4 z/ f! ^  e: {4 K# a% S0 z# Q1 FAmphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)2 o4 z0 _0 Y- K! H

- b7 X% }5 f8 e0 D: \% LTF 91 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,160
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Japanese ground losses:/ r5 d- D' J" P9 M
      65 casualties reported/ d1 q: [& ?) F: U
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled
$ n; q. H+ a2 Z9 O         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 22 disabled5 n. r1 ~( {! ~! X
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled" M9 P' R: T. p  M$ _* f
      Guns lost 3 (0 destroyed, 3 disabled)2 R) A# |* K# K+ l' a  t. `) J
      Vehicles lost 1 (0 destroyed, 1 disabled)" z6 u& l$ O4 i# P. T
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Amphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)1 @/ N" Q7 h6 y( [% _; W
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TF 169 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,160, f* q( X% h' J3 [: O& C/ }

7 F8 D' h: j/ FJapanese ground losses:8 U$ X" H% i9 q0 P  k. ?
      546 casualties reported
! Y# h3 B7 h8 `         Squads: 2 destroyed, 43 disabled8 T' t9 ]) K% h, t2 [) ?
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled, G8 B7 P4 _; P
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
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! ^0 t0 N- S, u# n; M$ PAmphibious Assault at Noumea (115,160)9 t0 Y: B1 k. x

/ U+ s8 H' I: Z. YTF 195 troops unloading over beach at Noumea, 115,1601 E) z8 ^) H2 h7 i5 L
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Japanese ground losses:
5 p* Z7 Y/ [8 k* I7 }; N      130 casualties reported. J% a% q+ {/ m
         Squads: 1 destroyed, 9 disabled$ A; }3 v: [* A- k2 z
         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled5 p! f( N, N3 v( W8 x! [8 j6 J
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled$ Q- Z- L/ k  _! }  W% Y- k

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9 a/ B/ n6 {9 i1 DGround combat at Noumea (115,160)
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Allied Bombardment attack( W  n) n! b* Q# D( e
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Attacking force 766 troops, 17 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 28
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/ C+ B8 U" [- a4 @! QDefending force 2657 troops, 8 guns, 6 vehicles, Assault Value = 69( V0 I$ t' X0 }  m7 z& g$ f1 l# V3 o
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Japanese ground losses:- g+ G6 s5 J3 N$ H. c
      13 casualties reported
9 q0 m7 d6 z# U  F) R         Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
7 P  }9 c7 J+ C7 j6 L/ X+ @8 M% O8 Z         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
0 O2 H7 G! n+ u# l( |; [         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled; |9 O9 }2 A  u6 F; ]% }( b2 m

, @2 M; W4 C, w, I+ R; @) H( zAssaulting units:
5 }0 S; m* H3 v" s/ M5 T    New Caledonia Det
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Defending units:
- ]0 T/ r6 V$ o+ H( j/ Z7 |    11th Div /10
9 Y' H  |- \# O9 M2 m8 @    56th Const Co ' v. L7 u6 ]7 N0 Y
    14th JAAF AF Bn
新喀,多事之地啊
AFTER ACTION REPORTS FOR May 29, 42+ E/ n2 Z  h6 W0 s7 i; L' A
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日军占领努美阿4 }- c- Y* }0 Z8 o+ E) d
日军占领卢干维尔6 j- ^6 v# O8 U  o
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Ground combat at Noumea (115,160)# E9 U! ^3 H! L& Q

" r+ C' v/ }' R! t' O6 KJapanese Deliberate attack
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  P+ \" Z, g. X5 j2 Q& lAttacking 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
3 S* V; G; G* i. m  L0 n% b) |" K6 j) ?  ?
Japanese adjusted assault: 207
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9 S8 I4 y8 ]# ^, hAllied adjusted defense: 49
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: M5 `3 Y* K6 i* vJapanese assault odds: 4 to 1 (fort level 0) 3 ]6 ?9 H8 B: ?. [
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Japanese forces CAPTURE Noumea !!!5 `6 R9 ?" k% G8 p+ N) v
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Combat modifiers
+ h9 g0 J, E) Q9 R& b0 vDefender: terrain(+)
0 ~! \0 z% F% z8 LAttacker: , a# z4 `% k# r' e

5 A" Z5 `, ?3 W9 v+ T% o' sJapanese ground losses:5 q. S/ H* Q% C/ g: |  ~$ e* O
      53 casualties reported* k% p; G* p. J/ o  |4 ]" X" o
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled
0 S3 \* j3 l8 ^5 g         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled: U/ o- K& H6 k. @2 }1 M
         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled8 H+ Z$ U: L: ?
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Allied ground losses:5 K8 l& W6 U( j7 E4 C
      357 casualties reported% ~( Q4 j! \: F$ X9 v5 z( Q
         Squads: 7 destroyed, 9 disabled( T7 W+ \3 q, X+ c$ @6 P
         Non Combat: 7 destroyed, 4 disabled
1 W5 D9 D9 G5 T4 X7 M, h         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
; `* ]7 a5 I. A$ x      Guns lost 12 (9 destroyed, 3 disabled)- d8 W0 \3 V8 U2 {# @- c
      Units retreated 1; j6 \1 ^; o$ W. C

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. j; n3 [# f: L  E$ Z, C; RGround combat at Luganville (120,150). r# ~/ P. }5 G0 A$ v

* v0 `$ {; W7 l3 `Japanese Deliberate attack" d9 E% d) n9 @- }- n3 M( G

# r7 d2 |$ F8 C) v$ I3 M" gAttacking 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; r" _2 S6 _$ V1 F& W

2 d8 {$ j) k4 aJapanese adjusted assault: 3
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Allied adjusted defense: 1 $ z: @# b: {  R+ h" Q7 \: @
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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 modifiers
2 U- e$ ~; u0 [6 q) N% D  fAttacker: % k" _! }9 U; V+ o: m, _* v: |
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Assaulting units:
6 w, k- m3 Q" q) J    19th Naval Guard Unit
* D# L9 I2 X5 ?- G    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
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8 H5 r+ J. }4 V6 @2 z( J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,) N6 o1 U/ M( R) H9 ^- z
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. U) J5 E7 v7 W) ^" Z
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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Ground combat at Shaoyang (80,52)
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0 c; ?3 S$ o7 l; S6 aJapanese Deliberate attack
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Attacking force 41782 troops, 386 guns, 781 vehicles, Assault Value = 13714 H0 E1 A2 k5 f, C
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Defending force 66370 troops, 283 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 14087 M0 z' u4 N; l6 X

# o# [4 M9 J0 M! [Japanese adjusted assault: 184 ( w, {3 C2 a2 ^. Z/ [0 n. i
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Allied adjusted defense: 510
% s: w* O3 l; ?, T8 u4 g+ _9 @) ^  Y& B
  C+ P( R5 _* O" [" h' _* IJapanese assault odds: 1 to 2 (fort level 3) , F9 r# D8 K1 V& J, C8 w0 w* @0 q
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Combat modifiers
4 R" M$ W! T  N; H" @Defender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)% X% y6 B+ G5 c- y9 a  h+ q
Attacker: 9 s* J; \0 _/ O! }) l) l7 Z
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Japanese ground losses:
/ p6 ~  T- T$ }+ k% L3 m2 ?      92 casualties reported2 g6 G: E  G; k/ n7 W- E! O
         Squads: 0 destroyed, 10 disabled  W6 m2 y5 c- d
         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 33 disabled
; Y4 r. z6 m# V; I         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
  v# X  q$ D6 X      Vehicles lost 100 (2 destroyed, 98 disabled)
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Allied ground losses:; S3 s) [) G  j5 i8 M! w4 P4 z
      1614 casualties reported
4 e! W; R  P; n; _' _" p/ A( a         Squads: 12 destroyed, 199 disabled
! Y. U! R$ y* E& B1 s- O/ {         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 15 disabled( ?* V% n8 d4 P' w& ~# \5 b4 `1 E
         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。
9 t9 o6 ~: x& W* p% P- c9 h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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Attacking force 68272 troops, 590 guns, 789 vehicles, Assault Value = 21967 H3 Q- A/ s) e/ X9 X

7 [) N& {4 h& fDefending force 64810 troops, 282 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 1249) v' k, H% F2 Q/ Y$ F, [' ?

5 j# x) r1 }# v- f1 SJapanese engineers reduce fortifications to 2' s4 j) W. ~: H
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Japanese adjusted assault: 1524 ( C  ^2 w1 |& c1 _
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Allied adjusted defense: 470
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. J, ^8 N4 H3 Z' `3 |$ Z  U) OJapanese assault odds: 3 to 1 (fort level 2)
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4 |* p3 C; d0 u8 a* ^3 yJapanese Assault reduces fortifications to 2
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Combat modifiers$ C  ^8 n9 r2 _5 U: {  N( D
Defender: forts(+), preparation(-), experience(-), supply(-)9 Z% {5 t# D3 h- q6 ~1 D
Attacker: # U( D$ Z% K) T6 |! n# U8 Z

& F3 U$ G4 V: S# A, eJapanese ground losses:: p4 V; u7 @# _% t  U# c
      2499 casualties reported
9 u6 i' U! Z" |: r2 b  ~! S         Squads: 6 destroyed, 170 disabled
; I: X9 M5 s. A         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 42 disabled' e$ F9 _, Y' s% y, A
         Engineers: 1 destroyed, 14 disabled
$ m, X+ s8 r+ \9 H8 Z. d$ a      Vehicles lost 87 (4 destroyed, 83 disabled)1 ]: `& R% G2 y" B  E8 z

. r! ?8 `; A3 }/ p" f6 X, nAllied ground losses:8 |# ^( U/ p. S+ e- ^/ s
      3990 casualties reported
/ @, N% j  h: F3 v" p         Squads: 116 destroyed, 183 disabled. W' A; O2 M8 q
         Non Combat: 3 destroyed, 23 disabled
5 Q1 o) A. I1 ]- Z$ S, p) M4 H         Engineers: 2 destroyed, 15 disabled# V4 W4 W9 K* `9 ^
      Guns lost 25 (3 destroyed, 22 disabled)& S8 Z) @, i3 @" t7 X

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Ground combat at 85,44 (near Nanyang)
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, X) Z! q% J& ZJapanese Deliberate attack8 E  O0 r2 ~( R

( Y$ H5 u! ?* n1 nAttacking force 32190 troops, 569 guns, 376 vehicles, Assault Value = 863
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Defending force 31862 troops, 98 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 4493 h$ }8 T6 f5 B- Q# S3 E

" H  m% p# e. `+ VJapanese adjusted assault: 572 5 |" P2 D9 M& N/ z' ]
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Allied adjusted defense: 1528
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Japanese assault odds: 1 to 2 , p1 g7 U6 Q# t
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Combat modifiers! p  ]! C7 m# E+ T# v, K+ t
Defender: terrain(+), experience(-)4 Q# K* T4 B5 S+ `) U% y; T% B# G
Attacker: : a9 h3 n0 p8 r1 X! h" l1 l/ O
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Japanese ground losses:6 f6 V. L/ x/ ?; y/ K
      1243 casualties reported9 Q5 j2 c8 F. `6 |
         Squads: 5 destroyed, 60 disabled
5 i: B- K/ u: n         Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 5 disabled
, N" _' S6 r7 Y% Y  @         Engineers: 0 destroyed, 11 disabled) t# l8 X3 M3 t/ Y* d9 Y( a. R) ^

4 y- k, b+ b( U* {$ X1 cAllied ground losses:& Z; x6 G: g$ ]5 j7 Y) h
      737 casualties reported
! o6 ], Q2 c! x/ y         Squads: 2 destroyed, 57 disabled
5 {1 n8 f+ p0 Y; \/ h0 {3 e; q         Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 13 disabled. D$ }; h* g% N2 q# K
         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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