Guest RET.Maj.Buckshot=US= Posted April 21, 2014 Share Posted April 21, 2014 Attention All Members, Event Participation has been disappointingly low over the last few months. The Public Affairs Department has worked hard to bring you some fantastic events that have ended up being largely ignored. That, however, is all about to change. You joined this clan for the teamwork, the friendships, and the structure. We have taken that to heart and designed a system of Campaigns that utilize tactics and strategy to develop a storyline based on how you, as a team, react to different scenarios thrown at you beyond those originally defined by Battlefield 4. Some of you may have experienced this already, a number of you participated in last week's Op, in which you had to recover Data from a Helo Crash Site on Dragon Pass. Those one-off Friday Night Ops of the past are gone, now they will involve a continuous, engaging storyline determined by your actions on the Battlefield. This Friday, 25APR14, will mark the beginning of a new era in =US= Clan History. This is open to all =US= members and recruits and participation is highly encouraged. We will be holding this first Op in this new Campaign, titled 'Operation Windjammer', Friday night after Branch Meetings. Be there or be square. Sign-ups are not necessary. Follow along with us each week as the story unfolds during this first month-long campaign, I guarantee you will not be disappointed! Here is a taste of the story we have in store for you... Gentlemen, North Korea is ramping up their preparation for War. Intel believes their leadership is determined to achieve reunification with the South by force. The Chinese military has become extensively involved in North Korea's war planning. There are differing accounts of the degree of Russian support, ranging from backing if the North was attacked, to approval, to actually initiating the war. Similarly, Intel from our friends in Britain indicate that Chinese support is stronger than Russian support, and the French think the Russians are reluctant due to the recent dispute with the Ukraine over the Crimea. Classified documents stolen from the Russian Intelligence Network indicate their President has greater interest than previously believed in the outcome of an invasion of South Korea. Last month, South Korean forces had reduced the active number of North Korean Operatives in the South from 500 to 30. However, we believe North Korea had gathered enough Intel to plan a successful invasion. 3 weeks ago, North Korean Military Personnel began seeking Chinese support for an invasion, traveling to Shanghai to attempt to persuade the Chinese Government to assist them. Initially, we believed that the Chinese did not think the time was right for a War. The Chinese economy is booming regardless, American forces are still stationed in South Korea and Russia did not want to become embroiled in a war with the US. However, when we received those stolen Russian documents, the strategic situation had changed. China believes they can profit from a War, even to the extent where they believe they can damage the American economy to the point where we would have to pull out of the War, mostly by selling captured American equipment and information to Insurgents in the Middle East. The Russians on the other hand now have a clear military goal in disallowing us and our Allies access to the Oil Fields of the Middle East. The Russians believe they can take advantage of the situation to boost their economy and put pressure on NATO and the UN to rescind embargoes placed on some of their most crucial Allies. North Korea stands to resolve a decades old conflict by force and reunify their people. Last week, China gave North Korea permission to invade the South under the condition that Russia would agree to send reinforcements if they became needed. Russia made it clear that their forces would not directly engage in combat, to avoid a direct war with the Americans. North Korea then met with Russia. According to sources, the Russian government was concerned that we will intervene but agreed to support the North Korean invasion. Russia desperately needs the economic and military aid promised by the Chinese. Once Russia's commitment was secured, preparations for war accelerated. According to several informants, Russia is secretly planning to move a large percentage of their Military forces to bases along the Pacific Coast of Siberia. However, they cannot do this with any speed. It will take months to relocate that much manpower. We expect Russian Military involvement to be limited. 3 days ago, North Korea moved a large force, possibly up to 500,000 soldiers, to within 10 miles of the DMZ. The North sent three diplomats to the South, as part of a planned peace overture that the South Korean Government was certain to reject, and of course it was rejected. Yesterday, North Korea requested permission from China to begin with a general attack across the 38th parallel. North Korea has become increasingly concerned that we have learned about their plans, all while South Korean forces were strengthening their defenses. China agreed. That's were you come in. You've been chosen to take part in a Special Task Force involving all Branches of the US Military. This Special Ops task force consists of elements of the Air Force 1st SOW, Army 75th Rangers, Marines 15th MEU, and the Navy's Carrier Strike Group 11. This Task Force, codenamed the 'Unknown Soldiers' (USTF), will be commanded by GEN.Darmine and LtGen.DentalMav. 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