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[u][b]West African Army[/b][/u] formed.


[u][b]Infantry Equipment[/b][/u]


Makarov Pistol (9 x 19mm)

PSM Pistol (5.45 x 18mm)

AKMS Assault Rifle (7.62 x 39mm)

Dragunov SVD Sniper Rifle (7.62 x 54mm)

PKM General Purpose Machine Gun (7.62 x 54mm)

NSV Heavy Machine Gun (12.7 x 107mm)

RGN Fragmentation Hand Grenade

RGO Defensive Hand Grenade

2B9 Vasilek 82mm Mortar

2B11 Sani 120mm Mortar

9M133 Kornet Anti Tank Launcher

RPG-7 Rocket Launcher

RPG-32 Anti Tank Grenade Launcher

9K34 Strela-3 Man Portable Air Defense System

POMZ Anti Personnel Mine

TM-62M Anti Tank Mine


Current strength consists of:


[u][b]Six Armoured Divisions[/b][/u]

[b]Strength per division[/b]

Two Hundred and Seventy T-72A Main Battle Tanks
Fifteen 2S5 Giatsint-S 152mm Self Propelled Guns
Fifteen BM-21 Grad Multiple Rocket Launchers

Thirty Buk-M2 Self Propelled AA Weapons
Thirty 2K22M1 Tunguska-M1 Tracked AA Systems


[u][b]Ten Mechanised Divisions[/b][/u]

[b]Strength per division[/b]

Fourty Two BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicles
Fourty Two BTR-80 Armoured Personnel Carriers
One Hundred and Fifty ACMAT 4x4 Personnel Trucks
Ninety UAZ-469 4x4s
Fifteen Giatsint-S 152mm Self Propelled Guns
Fifteen BM-21 Grad Multiple Rocket Launchers

Thirty Buk-M2 Self Propelled AA Weapons
Thirty 2K22M1 Tunguska-M1 Tracked AA Systems


[u][b]Eight Infantry Divisions[/b][/u]

[b]Strength per division[/b]

Ninety ACMAT 4x4 Personnel Trucks
Sixty UAZ-469 4x4s
Nine M101A1 105mm Howitzers
Six M1954 130mm Towed Field Guns
Three Giatsint-S 152mm Self Propelled Guns

Thirty Buk-M2 Self Propelled AA Weapons
Thirty 2K22M1 Tunguska-M1 Tracked AA Systems

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[u][b]West African Air Force[/b][/u] formed.


[b]One Fighter Squadron to Ten Fighter Squadron[/b]

Twelve F-16F "Fighting Falcon" Multi-role Fighters


[b]Eleven Fighter Squadron to Twenty Fighter Squadron[/b]

Twelve MiG-29M2 "Super Fulcrum" Multi-role Fighters


[b]Twenty One Fighter Squadron to Thirty Fighter Squadron[/b]

Twelve Su-30MKI Multi-role Fighters



[b]One Bomber Squadron to Five Bomber Squadron[/b]

Twelve Tu-95MS "Bear H" Strategic Bombers


[b]Eleven Fighter Squadron to Twenty Fighter Squadron[/b]

Twelve Tu-22M "Backfire" Strategic Bombers



[b]One Support Squadron to Thirty Support Squadron[/b]

One Hundred C-130H Hercules Transport Aircraft
Sixty An-72 Transport Aircraft


[b]Thirty One Support Squadron to Fourty Support Squadron[/b]

Fifty KC-135R "Stratotanker" Air to Air Tanker Aircraft
Twenty Il-78 Air to Air Refuelling Aircraft


[b]Fourty One Support Squadron to Fifty Support Squadron[/b]

Ten E-3B Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) Aircraft



[b]One Helicopter Squadron to Twenty Helicopter Squadron[/b]

Fifty AH-64D Apache Attack Helicopters


[b]Twenty One Helicopter Squadron to Fourty Helicopter Squadron[/b]

Fifty CH-47D Chinook Transport Helicopters
Twenty UH-60A Black Hawk Utility Helicopters



[b]One Reconnaissance Squadron to Ten Reconnaissance Squadron[/b]

Fifteen RC-135U Combat Sent Reconnaissance Aircraft
Ten MQ-1B Predator Unmanned Aerial Vehicles


[u][b]Ordinance[/b][/u]

Mark 81 250 Pound Bomb
Mark 82 500 Pound Bomb
Mark 83 1000 Pound Bomb
Mark 84 2000 Pound Bomb
GBU-24 Paveway III 2000 Pound Bunker Buster Bomb

AIM-9R Sidewinder Short Range Air to Air Missile
AIM-120 Advanced Medium Range Air to Air Missile
AGM-65 Maverick Air to Ground Missile
AGM-88 HARM Anti Radiation Missile
AGM-154B Joint Standoff Weapon

AGM-114R Hellfire II Air to Surface Missile

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[u][b]West African Strategic Forces[/b][/u] formed.


[b]SS-1E Scud-D Tactical Ballistic Missile[/b]

Fifty on Mobile Transport Erector Launchers
Ten in Static Missile Sites


[b]OTR-23 Oka Tactical Ballistic Missile (SS-23 Spider)[/b]

Sixty on Mobile Transport Erector Launchers


Current Operational Status of the West African Strategic Forces is non functional due to logistical problems. Their stock of obsolete missiles are only ten per cent operational with lack of fuel and personnel being important factors. With the country still in its early days, the likelihood of any missile testing is currently remote.

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[u][b]West African Republic Government[/b][/u]

President Stanley Mgambo
Vice President: Thérèse Sitrase
Minister of Defence: Antoinette Dupuis
Minister for Foreign Affairs: Marie Vitrand
Minister of Economical Affairs: Nicole Gtebro
Minister for Education: Albert Traisance
Minister for Health: Marie Routand
Minister for Transport: Amelie Fietoir
Minister of Interior Affairs: François Duvalier


[u][b]West African Republic Political Parties[/b][/u]

West African Democratic Party (Capitalist): Stanley Mgambo

West Africa Peoples Party (Socialist): Valérie Moreau

West African Equality Party (Liberal): Marcel Patriat

West Africa First (Right Wing Nationalist): Robert Maurgae

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Major equipment changes in the West African Army under way.


[u][b]Infantry Weapons[/b][/u]


P228 Pistol (9 x 19mm)

M4A1 Carbine/M203A1 40mm Grenade Launcher (5.56 x 45mm)

M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System (7.62 x 51mm)

Barrett M82 Anti Material Rifle (12.7 x 107mm/0.50mm)

M249 Light Machine Gun (5.56 x 45mm)

M240G General Purpose Machine Gun (7.62 x 51mm)

M2 Browning Heavy Machine Gun (12.7 x 107mm/0.50mm)

M67 Fragmentation Hand Grenade

AN-M18 Colored Smoke Grenade

M224 60 mm Mortar

M252 81mm Mortar

FGM-148 Javelin Anti Tank Launcher

FGM-172 SRAW Rocket Launcher

FIM-92 Stinger Surface to Air System


[u][b]Vehicles[/b][/u]


[b]Main Battle Tanks[/b]

M1A2 Abrams Main Battle Tanks


[b]Personnel Carriers[/b]

M2A3 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicles
Stryker Armoured Fighting Vehicles


[b]Light Vehicles[/b]

ACMAT 4x4 Personnel Trucks
High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles


[b]Artillery[/b]

M119 105mm Howitzers
M777 155mm Howitzers
M109A6 Paladin 155mm Self Propelled Howitzers
M270 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems

[b]Anti Aircraft Weapons[/b]

MIM-104 Patriot Surface to Air Missile Systems
M163 Vulcan Air Defense Systems

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[u]Equipment entering service with the West African Army:[/u]

M18A1 Claymore Anti Personnel Mine

M21 Anti Tank Mine

Mk 19 40mm Grenade Launcher

Mk 47 Mod 0 Striker 40mm Grenade Launcher


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West African Government pledges Two Hundred Million West African Francs to improve the health care in the country.

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The West African Republic Bank or the Afrique de l'Ouest Banque fédérale de la République was today created with major branches created in the Capital Yaounde and the second city Douala, with many smaller branches all over the country.

President Stanley Mgambo has also today announced that all major roads will be modernised to decrease vehicle accident related deaths in the West African Republic.

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Massive changes in the West African Air Force is under way. Changes in the inventory have been enacted:


A-10A Thunderbolt II Attack Aircraft entered service in new Thirty One Fighter Squadron to Fourty Fighter Squadron

B-52H Stratofortress Strategic Bomber entered service to replace Tu-95MS "Bear H" Strategic Bombers in service.

AM39 Exocet Anti Ship Missile entered service

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West African Strategic Forces finish upgrading their SS-1E Scud-D Tactical Ballistic Missiles and OTR-23 Oka Tactical Ballistic Missiles (SS-23 Spider) in its inventory with better guidance systems. However during tests, the missiles are still found to be inaccurate.

West African Special Forces activated.

One Brigade is formed consisting of five thousand soldiers.

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[u][b]Three Hundred Miles north-east of Bangui[/b][/u]


A secret military complex codenamed Viper Base had been created for the West African Republic Military's Black Projects. The first project to start at the base was the attempt to build nuclear weapons. The enrichment of the uranium to create uranium 235 was well under way with a few pounds of uranium 235 already stockpiled. This would be done through a Gas Centrifuge.

A Gas Centrifuge is a device that performs isotope separation of gases. A centrifuge relies on the principles of centripetal force accelerating molecules so that particles of different masses are physically separated in a gradient along the radius of a rotating container. A prominent use of gas centrifuges is for the separation of uranium 235 from uranium 238.

A fission reactor was also under construction to create the fission reactions and covert the uranium into plutonium 239 for the test bomb.

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[u][b]Central African Republic Province[/b][/u]


In the eastern part, part of the area had been sealed off for the first West African Military Exercise which was taking place. The enemy would be made up of all the equipment displaced from active service. The exercise would give the West African Military High Command a chance to gauge the ability of the West African Military. The exercise was made up of two lines of defence and a final objective of an enemy camp.

The enemy would be designated as a "unknown hostile invading army". The exercise would not go within one hundred miles of the border.


[b]04:00 Hours Local[/b]

Operation Savannah began with the West African Air Force launching an air campaign against the "enemy" airfields and ground forces inside the exercise area. The first wave consisting of Tu-22M3 "Backfire C" Strategic Bombers attacked the airfields with AGM-154B Joint Standoff Weapons, destroying twenty MiG-29M2 "Super Fulcrum" Multi-role Fighters and sixteen Su-30MKI Multi-role Fighters, plus damaging eighteen Tu-95MS "Bear H" Strategic Bombers.

The second wave of twenty F/A-66 "Phoenix" Lightweight Multi-role Fighters attacked the first line of defences using AGM-65 Maverick Air to Ground Missiles destroying sixteen BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicles and thirteen BTR-80 Armoured Personnel Carriers. A further attack of ten F-16F "Fighting Falcon" Multi-role Fighters dropping Mark 83 1000 Pound Bombs blasted seven T-72A Main Battle Tanks and disabled nine Buk-M2 Self Propelled AA Weapons.

The final air attack of the day came from three B-52H Stratofortress Strategic Bombers attacking the remaining intact airfield, dropping their loads of thirty Mark 83 1000 Pound Bombs and twenty GBU-24 Paveway III 2000 Pound Bunker Buster Bombs. The resulting damage knocked out the airfield, destroying the remainder of the enemy aircraft and eliminating the enemy air force as a threat.

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[u][b]Central African Republic Province
Operation Savannah Day Two[/b][/u]

The ground assault got under way with the 1st Armoured Division launching an assault with its M1A2 Abrams Main Battle Tanks forging the way forward. Moving along with them, AH-64D Apache Attack Helicopters attacked any positions in front of the advancing columns, with A-10A Thunderbolt II Attack Aircraft providing low level strikes. An AC-130U Spooky II Gunship Aircraft flew parallel along the columns firing down on targets being called out by the forward air observers attached with the ground forces.


[b][u]Inside a M1A2 Abrams (Wolf Two Six)[/u][/b]

[i]*Sound of the tank slowing down, engine whine pitch and grinding noise stops*[/i]

Tank Commander: "Target eleven o'clock, T-72A Main Battle Tank, load SABOT round!!"

[i]*Sound of the gun being loaded*[/i]

Loader: "Loaded!!"

Gunner: "Ready to fire sir!"

Tank Commander: "Fire!"

[i]*Sound of the gun firing then a pause*[/i]

Gunner: "Target Destroyed!!"

Tank Commander: "Roger that, advance on."

[i]*Engine whine increases and the sound of grinding returns as the Abrams pitches forward*[/i]


[u][b]Radio conversation between C-130U Spooky II Gunship Aircraft and Forward Air Controller[/b][/u]

AC-130U: "Phantom One to Alpha Twenty Six we are over the battlefield start talking."

FAC: "Alpha Twenty Six to Phantom One we have target of M1954 130mm Towed Field Gun battery in vicinity of Wolf Two Niner."

AC-130U: Roger that, coming around now, we have target in sight, coming into range."

FAC: "Roger that, request one oh five round at the target, over."

AC-130U: "Okay firing now."

[i]*Sound of 105mm Gun firing then a pause*[/i]

AC-130U: "We have a confirmed hit, thats a confirmed kill."

FAC: "Thanks Phantom One, thanks for the assist."

AC-130U: "Roger that."

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[u][b]Central African Republic Province
Operation Savannah Day Three[/b][/u]

The 1st Armoured Division had been joined by the 6th Mechanised Division which had deployed its M2A3 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicles and Stryker Armoured Fighting Vehicles into the battle and had pushed through the first defensive line dismounting infantry who cleared any bunkers. The advance had moved on towards the second line of defences which was now under massive air attack. The first use of Tactical Ballistic Missiles Missiles on area targets destroyed enemy artillery positions and made a gap for the armour to pass through.

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OTR-21 Tochka Tactical Ballistic Missile (SS-21 Scarab C) replaces SS-1E Scud-D Tactical Ballistic Missile in service with the West African Strategic Forces.


[u][b]Viper Base
Three Hundred Miles north-east of Bangui[/b][/u]

The enriching process had been completed and the first two test bombs were under construction. The first test bomb was planned to have a power of one hundred kilotons and have a uranium core and the trigger would be an gun trigger one. The second test bomb would have a plutonium core and an implosion trigger.

The bombs would be dropped from a bomber aircraft, although the plan was to have both gravity bombs and nuclear warheads.

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[u][b]Viper Base
Three weeks later
07:00 Hours Local[/b][/u]

A second project was now under way, with a local made variant of the LGM-30G Minuteman III Intercontinental Ballistic Missile. Its purpose would be to provide the West African Republic's long range nuclear deterrent. The first test missile was now under construction, while the first nuclear test was about to begin.


[u][b]Viper Base
Nuclear Test Site[/b][/u]

Two B-52H Stratofortress Strategic Bombers droned overhead, armed with the test devices. As they approached the first target, the first bomber dropped the uranium test bomb and swung away. Seconds later the device exploded, sending a small mushroom cloud upwards. The flash incinerated the mock target while the shock wave blasted several trees near the site down.

The second B-52H carrying the slightly more powerful two hundred kiloton plutonium bomb approached to the east of the first blast to avoid being caught in the mushroom cloud before dropping its bomb. The aircraft pitched to the right and raced south. The bomb exploded with a even greater flash and blast wave, causing more damage to the second target. The nuclear age in the West African Republic had begun.


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[u][b]West African News Network[/b][/u]

"Today the West African Government announced the exploding of two test nuclear devices after two bursts of light in the east of the country were seen by eyewitnesses in Bangui. The radiation level in the local area has reportedly tripled in the immediate aftermath of the tests although no cases of radiation poisoning are known.

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West African Army has expanded.

[u][b]New Divisions created:[/b][/u]

11th Mechanised Division
12th Mechanised Division
9th Infantry Division
10th Infantry Division

Heavy Assault Division's formed. These divisions were to be equipped with old equipment and their role would be to resist any attack for as long as possible an divert enemy attention from the regular divisions. They are made up of political prisoners and convicts willing to serve their country instead of being in prison.

[size="3"][u][b]Heavy Assault Division Complement[/b][/u][/size]


[b]Three Regiments of:[/b]

Thirty M60A3 Patton Main Battle Tanks
Fifteen Jagdtiger Tank Destroyers

Thirty ACMAT 4x4 Personnel Trucks

Twelve M101A1 105mm Howitzers
Nine M114 155mm Howitzers
Six Hummel 150mm Self Propelled Guns
Three Wespe 105mm Self Propelled Guns
Two Panzerwerfer Half Tracked Multiple Rocket Launchers

Eighteen M42 40mm Self Propelled Anti Aircraft Guns
Twelve Flakpanzer Gepard Self Propelled Anti Aircraft Guns
Nine Avenger Air Defense Systems

Four Thousand Infantry Soldiers
Sixteen Thousand Support Soldiers


[b]Total Division Strength of:[/b]

Ninety M60A3 Patton Main Battle Tanks
Thirty Five Jagdtiger Tank Destroyers

Ninety ACMAT 4x4 Personnel Trucks

Thirty Six M101A1 105mm Howitzers
Twenty Seven M114 155mm Howitzers
Eighteen Hummel 150mm Self Propelled Guns
Nine Wespe 105mm Self Propelled Guns
Six Panzerwerfer Half Tracked Multiple Rocket Launchers

Fifty Four M42 Duster 40mm Self Propelled Anti Aircraft Guns
Thirty Six Flakpanzer Gepard Self Propelled Anti Aircraft Guns
Twenty Seven Avenger Air Defense Systems


Twelve Thousand Infantry Soldiers
Fourty Eight Thousand Support Soldiers


The Hummel 150mm Self Propelled Guns, Wespe 105mm Self Propelled Guns and the other old equipment had been modified with extra armour and more modern variants of the original guns so they were in a sense cheap versions of the equipment used in the other divisions.

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[u][b]Viper Base
A month later
10:30 Hours Local[/b][/u]

The first LGM-30G Minuteman III Intercontinental Ballistic Missile had been completed, with its experimental five hundred kiloton warhead nearly completed. The test was due to take place in a few days with a target yet to be determined although that part of the test was top secret.


[u][b]Central African Republic Province
Operation Savannah Day Four[/b][/u]

The second line of defences was now under attack, with the 1st Heavy Assault Division being deployed and sent in the lead, arriving at around eleven am. The first shots on the defence line were from the 1st Regiment's eighteen Hummel 150mm Self Propelled Guns which began falling on the positions. Supporting the barrage was the five M109A6 Paladin 155mm Self Propelled Howitzers of 2nd Regiment, 6th Mechanised Division which had also arrived.

The 1st Regiment, 1st Heavy Assault Division's three Wespe 105mm Self Propelled Guns and two Panzerwerfer Half Tracked Multiple Rocket Launchers also joined in demolishing part of the defensive fortifications, with its fifteen Jagdtiger Tank Destroyers charging forward, firing salvos from their 128mm Guns. Within minutes a gap had been made and the entire division was through and moving forward.

The 1st Armoured Division was committed again with the 6th Mechanised Division striking northwards towards the final objective of the enemy camp. A fourth division in the form of the 7th Infantry Division was introduced into the battle to secure the 1st Armoured Division's left flank as they approached the final objective.

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[u][b]Central African Republic Province
Operation Savannah Day Five[/b][/u]


The assault had reached a line just a mile north of the final objective consisting of an enemy camp with some small positions around the perimeter. The advance had captured the three enemy airfields which were quickly brought back into use, plus the last positions of the second defence line which had long been bypassed by the advance. The West African Army would now regroup to rest and resupply.

The West African Army had learned so much about itself, finding that the Infantry Divisions were not very mobile. They had also been found to lack fire-power and were found to be mainly fit for guarding the flank of the more mobile Mechanised Divisions or static warfare. The High Command was making plans for reforming those divisions.


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West African Army has again been expanded.

[u]New Divisions created:[/u]

11th Infantry Division
12th Infantry Division
13th Infantry Division
14th Infantry Division
15th Infantry Division
16th Infantry Division



[u][b]Viper Base
Two days later
12:30 Hours Local[/b][/u]

The LGM-30G Minuteman III Intercontinental Ballistic Missile with its experimental warhead was ready. The fissile trigger had been removed to reduce the fallout, with the W87 warhead with a yield of five hundred kilotons. It was now ready to fire when given the target data.

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West African Navy activated.

First vessel introduced is the Guardian Class Patrol Ship:


[u][b]Cyclone Class Patrol Ship[/b][/u]


[img]http://www.fas.org/man//dod-101/sys/ship/pc-1-soc.jpg[/img]


[b]General Characteristics[/b]

Displacement: 331 tons (336 Metric Tons) Full Load
Length: 179 ft (55 m)
Beam: 25 ft (7.6 m)
Propulsion: Four Paxman Diesels; Four Shafts; 3,350 Shaft Horsepower (2.50 MW)
Speed: 35 knots (40 mph; 65 km/h)
Endurance: 2000-2500nm (@12 knots, with transit fuel reserve)
Crew: Four officers, 24 Enlisted Personnel
Armament: 2 × MK 38 25mm Autocannon
5 × .50 Calibre Machine Guns
2 × MK 19 40mm Automatic Grenade Launchers
2 × M240B Machine Guns
6 × FIM-92 Stinger SAMs

Five vessels entered service:

WANS Guardian
WANS Protector
WANS Shield
WANS Saviour
WANS Sacrifice

Naval Base opened at Douala which also houses the West African Navy Headquarters.

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[u][b]Viper Base
09:30 Hours Local[/b][/u]

The launch countdown had begun. The target was only a short distance away consisting of a dug in area to contain the blast which would inevitably cause significant radiation. With the final checks complete, the final ten seconds counted down, with the missile finally launching up into the sky with its payload.

Minutes later it had flown into Equatorial Guinea Province, as the missile had gone through its stages leaving the warhead free falling on a guided trajectory to the target zone. As it approached the warhead went into its final dive. Then as the warhead fell below the rim of the dug in area, it detonated. The flash scorched the edges around the pit and and the blast wave blasted the earth around ground zero into the air.

The huge mushroom cloud that then erupted could be seen for miles, although the dug in area had contained most of the resulting radiation. The dug in area was however completely irradiated and would be for some time, although radiation levels were confined to the immediate area.

Now, production of the missiles and the warheads could begin.


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[u][b]Central African Republic Province
Operation Savannah Day Six[/b][/u]


The enemy camp had been subjected to artillery and air attack during the night before finally infantry supported by armour stormed the fortifications, clearing them out one by one. Finally close to midday the final position was taken, ending the exercise. The first West African Military Exercise had shown that their was room for improvement and issues that would need to be addressed.

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West African Space Agency created with its headquarters at Douala. Plans to launch a military satellite well under way.

West African Secret Service created as the nation's intelligence service.

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[u][b]West African Army Deployments[/b][/u]

2nd Mechanised Division, 8th Infantry Division and 15th Infantry Division deployed to Equatorial Guinea Province.

1st Armoured Division, 6th Mechanised Division, 7th Infantry Division and 1st Heavy Assault Division deployed from Equatorial Guinea Province to Cameroon Province.

3rd Armoured Division and 11th Mechanised Division deployed from Cameroon Province to Central African Republic Province.


[u][b]West African Air Force Deployments[/b][/u]

Nine Fighter Squadron and Thirteen Fighter Squadron redeployed from Equatorial Guinea Province to Cameroon Province.

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The West African Republic's first Military Satellite WAR-1 and a Civilian Satellite named XB-4 One on top of separate rockets at the main launch facility fourty miles north east of Douala.

WAR-1 was a Reconnaissance Satellite for High Resolution Photography (IMINT), Measurement and Signature Intelligence(MASINT), Communications Eavesdropping (SIGINT), Covert Communications and Detection of Missile Launches.

XB-4 was a communications and navigational satellite for use by the West African People. It would provide internet and satellite television plus Global Position System navigation for the planned introduction of satellite navigation devices for vehicles and also for air traffic control.

At around six am local time, both satellites were launched into Medium Level Orbit and they began immediately operation. WAR-1 immediately spotted the current situation in Europe, giving the West African Government a chance to see what was going on.


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Upgrading of major roads had been completed. Road accidents had dropped by 200% and the number of deaths through road accidents had dropped significantly in consequence. The local province governors had been told that they would now be held totally responsible if any infrastructure fell into disrepair.

Death Rates in the West African Republic have fallen by half since the improvement to medical care was implemented.

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