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OOC:

This is a non canon RP between me, Zoot and Timmy. We are the only belligerents in this storyline. We three would be using our existing nations in CNRP timeline to playout this offshoot RP. Other players in CNRP are welcome to comment ICly, issue statements and so forth but are prohibited to reference it in the canon CNRP timeline. Other players in CNRP are welcome to issue IC statements but are not permitted to involve in any other way. Even if responses to your IC statements may elicit military actions or otherwise in CNRP canon, here you are not permitted to resort to military action. Nor are you permitted to reference said slights in the canon CNRP Timeline.

This RP is not governed by usual CNRP governing mechanisms like GM intervention, spy rolls etc and is a self moderated RP, with OOC dissensions sorted out by the participants themselves. The existing CNRP multipliers would be used by the participants. The consequences of this RP would also remain non canon and would not in any way affect the normal timeline of CNRP as regards the participating players.

Any reference made by any of the participating players to Role played stuff by other players is also not objectionable.

IC:

The "special consignment" had been brought to the London Embassy over past several months through the Daily Diplomatic Messenger bags. The regular courier, an ex army Sergeant now working in the Ministry of External Affairs was fully briefed on the mission. The usual diplomatic privileges would be naturally be given for his person and the diplomatic bag, a sealed gray colored canvas bag, but he was expected to not just be the King's Messenger to the Cochin Embassy in London but also do the special task assigned to him by the National Intelligence Agency. The Messenger bags would be first brought to the NIA Station Chief who would extract the "Special" Consignment before sending off the Bag to other departments.

This would not be a casualty free operation. Even high profile casualties are to be expected. However that is a decision that was made by others, more powerful than the NIA officers who assembled the device. In fact a high profile casualty count is exactly what is needed.

As the device became ready the NIA Station Chief was instructed from Cochin City to start the operation. The NIA assembly team started being redispatched to other embassies of Cochin and recalled back to the Kingdom. As the last player in the scheme of things, the King's Messenger himself was on one of his routine travel to Cochin City for official dispatches, the Station Chief, the only person in the Cochin Embassy to be knowledgeable about the Operation initiated it.

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Private First Class Satish Chauhan was all serious as he stood on his guard duty inside the gates of the Cochin Embassy. This was a dream post for the 19 year old Industrial Security Force trooper, to be posted on Diplomatic Security Mission, that too to such an amazing city like London. Dressed in his best Parade Uniform Pfc Chauhan was watching as the cleaning up was taking place in the Ceremonial Hall of the Embassy after one of the ubiquitous Embassy balls thrown by the Cochin Embassy to improve the diplomatic relations with Great Britain as well as to ascertain various moods and policies necessary for the functioning of Diplomacy. While the local dignitaries had all left the party, the Cochin embassy officials had remained in the hall for routine debriefing by the NIA. Pfc Chauhan is tired, it had been a long day for him. As he fought to control his eye lids from drooping in sleepiness the explosion happened. Fifty kilograms of C4 explosive which was placed in 5 boxes and scattered strategically around the main hall exploded in unison incinerating every single person present in the room as well as blowing away nearly half the embassy building, killing several more embassy staffers in other rooms.

The NIA Station Chief who had gone into the Embassy Vault to collect fresh memory cards for the debriefing remained the only senior officer of the Cochin Embassy to survive. As the surviving staffers of the Embassy tried to make sense of the catastrophe which struck them the sounds of fire trucks, ambulances and police cars could be heard responding to automated alert signals, rushing in to salvage any human life that could be salvaged. The NIA Station Chief made an official call to the Ministry of External Affairs in Cochin City before letting himself to be shepherded into an arrived Ambulance for first aid.

The prelude for Operation Anchengo had started.

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OOC: Speeding things up :P

[b]30th March:
[/b]Attack on Cochin embassy by unknown terrorists. Nations across the world including Maine and England condemn the attacks. Private conversations between the Commonwealth and Cochin take place via telephone, end result is Cochin permitted to investigate the incident along with Commonwealth investigators.

[b]2nd April:[/b]
Investigations commence with a join team of Cochin and Commonwealth investigators. Samples taken from blast sites and logs of personnel on site reviewed. Surveillance database destroyed in blast, data recovery will be attempted. Initial blast points discovered, possible remains of devices discovered. Everything sent for analysis by join team.

[b]3rd April:[/b]
Interviews of un-injured survivors and survivors with minimal injuries on personnel logs commences. Expected to take two weeks to interview each member of staff and cross reference statements. Followup interviews would take another week after that.

[b]7th April:[/b]
Samples from blast sites identify the type of explosive used is C4. However, C4 is one of the most widely used explosives on the planet and manufacturing techniques are generally identical. No conclusion about origin of explosive can be made. Possible remains of device found not to that of a detonator or any other component used in explosives. Most likely the device was made with components that would be entirely incinerated in the blast.

[b]9th April:[/b]
Only 20% of data from surveillance database from the day of the attack can be recovered. Recovered video footage is only of non critical areas on upper floors of the embassy. It is not expected to be of much use to the investigation.

[b]17th April:[/b]
Initial interviews completed. Several employees in the embassy claim to have seen a white caucasian man that they did not recognise. None of the other employees can confirm his identity. He was not found in the minimal amount of video surveillance recovered or the logs of everyone present in the embassy on the day. No body was found matching the unknown man. He is either the perpetrator of non-existent. Both sides of the investigation disagree over the legitimacy of the existence of the unknown man.

[b]24th April:[/b]
Final interviews finished, no more progress has been made to find the identity of the unknown man. Commonwealth investigators deny the existence of the man claiming there is not enough evidence to prove he was actually there. Cochin investigators however are adamant that he is the man responsible for the attack and accuse the Commonwealth governments of conspiring to attack Cochin. They claim it must have been an MI5 or SIS agent who carried out the attack and demand access to MI5 and SIS agents who fit the profile of the unknown man. The Commonwealth however refused, claiming it to be a ridiculous demand that would leave the identities of many agents who work under cover at risk and that they would never reveal a single person form either organisation.

[b]26th April:[/b]
Cochin cuts all ties to the Commonwealth and issues an ultimatum for access to the agents, claiming the only reason The Commonwealth is refusing is because they are behind the attack on the embassy. The Commonwealth would have five days to agree or face the consequences. 240,000 Maine troops transported with equipment as most likely target of attacks is England.

[b]1st May:[/b]
The Commonwealth has refused to the demands. The world waits to see what the response from Cochin will be.

Edited by King Timmy
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There wont be a formal declaration of war. Instead the juggernaut of Royal Cochin Defense Forces started rolling forward towards England. The Operation Anchengo had been something for which the Kingdom of Cochin had long been preparing, righting of a historical wrong, an end which is now near. The recent massive expansion of the Auxiliary Support Fleet and preparing of the Maritime Prepositioned Groups ensured that Cochin would have a faster and stronger deployment capability than most other nations in the world.

Task Force 193 composed of : Aircraft Carrier CNS Malabar (A04),destroyer CNS Bhishma (DS07), cruiser CNS Yamamato (CR02), battleships CNS Attila (BS06), CNS Akbar (BS08), Attack Submarines CNS Rakshasa (SY08) and CNS Theckady (SY14) and corvettes CNS Urumi (CV06) and CNS Khadga (CV05) which is stationed near St. Helena in South Atlantic would accompany the Second Maritime Prepositioned Group (2MPG) stationed in St. Helena as the first of the Cochin units sailing to war. Three heavy lift ships carrying three of the Mobile Offshore Base modules are now rounding Cape of Good Hope escorted by a second task force comprised of Aircraft carrier CNS Sakthan (A01), destroyer CNS Trinity (DS02) and frigates CNS Patton (FR04) and CSN Billiere (FR05).

The largest ever maritime deployment of Royal Cochin Defense Forces is meanwhile forming up at the various naval bases of Cochin as the four remaining Maritime Prepositioned Groups are assembled alongside a massive armada of warships led by Aircraft carrier CNS Cochin (A02), destroyers CNS Hannibal (DS03), CNS Nelson (DS04), frigates CNS Nilambur(FR01), CNS Guderian (FR02), CNS Konev (FR03), cruisers CNS Talwar (CR06), CNS Ranger (CR07), battleships CNS Asoka (BS04), CNS Genghis (BS05), Helicopter carriers CNS Vatutin (H04), CNS Emden (H05), CNS Rapier (H06) and corvettes CNS Saber (CV01), CNS Cutlass (CV02) and CNS Kirpan (CV03). This massive task force would be the vanguard for the massive Cochin invasion of England. Two marine divisions 1st Marine Division and 3rd Marine Division would also be sailing with this task force. Four Heavy Lift ships would also be bringing four more MOB modules to complete the large MOB in North Atlantic. MB3 and MB4 squadrons of Missile Boats would provide a green water functionality to the invasion.

Fully two submarine squadrons, ISS1 and ISS3 composed of SY01 - CNS Chatyrkul, SY02 - CNS Issykkul, SY03 - CNS Balkhash, SY04 - CNS Uvs Nuur, SZ01 - CNS Urumqi, SZ02 - CNS Bishkek, SY09 - CNS Dal, SY10 - CNS Wular, SY11 - CNS Vembanad, SY12 - CNS Chirakkal, SZ05 - CNS Yining and SZ06 - CNA Naryn have been assigned for Operation Anchengo. The Independent Submarine Squadron 3 (ISS3) which is stationed for Atlantic Ocean patrol duty is at the forefront of operations ensuring a safe and uninterrupted transit for the massive Cochin armada to England.


The 6 Maritime Prepositioned Groups are composed of equipments for 3 Armored Cavalry Regiments and 2 Mechanized Divisions and an Airborne Division, apart from the two marine divisions already part of the task force. These MPGs would be the backup for the Marine Divisions. The Air Warfare would be fought initially by the three regiments of naval JM2Ns aboard the three aircraft carriers but would soon be supported by the following regiments of Royal Cochin Air Force.

RF01, RF02, RF05, RF06, RF11, RF12, RF18, RF19 - Jadayu Mark 2 Regiments
RD02 Squadron of Adris stealth bomber
RS02, RS03 Squadrons of Asper stealth bombers
RH01, RH02 Squadrons of HALOB heavy bombers
RM02, RM03, RM05 Squadrons of Metac Aerial Artillery Platforms
RA01, RA03 Squadrons of A10 Close Air Support aircraft

Fully two squadrons of total 24 Halob AWACS aircrafts have been assigned to the combat operation besides one squadron of Merat ELINT aircraft and 4 regiments of Halob tankers.

The Naval Air Base St. Helena is the principal operational base for the transit of forces. The RS02 Asper Squadron along with the RF18 JM2 fighter regiment, a HALOB tanker squadron and a Merat ASW squadron of Royal Cochin Navy are currently stationed here to support the deployment operation.

While the hard fist of Cochin might was being readied the Strategic Command was busy with its own duties. Strategic Reconnaissance Agencies would continue to monitor enemy satellite activities and also monitor waters of Atlantic and Indian Oceans for any hostile activities.

This would be no easy war. Thousands of kilometers have to be covered for this war to be fought. Thousands of kilometers the warriors of Cochin would have to travel to inflict the historic judgement on the English. Thousands of kilometers where they could be made hostage to countless aerial and submarine raids against which their hopes lay on the air and naval warriors of Cochin.

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