TheShammySocialist Posted July 4, 2011 Report Share Posted July 4, 2011 [b][OOC: So yeah, ElComandante had [url=http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=103022]no matching nation[/url], therefore...][/b] [b][IC:][/b] [b]Classified[/b] With the loss of communication with any semblance of government in Cuba, and the uptick in tension across North America following the debacles in the former nations of the Commonwealth of Canada and Cascadia, the Cajun Government would be the first regional neighbor to act. Within seventy-two hours of the loss of communication, the Cajun Armed Forces were in action, with the 16th Airborne Infantry Brigade loaded aboard air transports which began approaching Cuba from Northwest of the island. Although considered a humanitarian and stabilization force, the brigade was given full combat loads of ammunition and were prepared for a fight. The first regiment of the brigade was detailed with an actual airborne drop, which would scatter the four battalions near the airports at Jose Marti International at Havana, the Trinidad Airport, Abel Santamaria Airport at Santa Clara, and Mariana Grajales Airport at Guantanamo. These would be proceeded by airlanding of transports at all four locations, of the rest of the Brigade's two regiments, which would arrive shortly thereafter. Included in the air assault would be the First Regiment of the 179th Airborne Brigade, as well as a company of troops of the Federation's elite Group 62. Two Military Police Regiments, the 409th and 411th, from the Cajun National Guard, would be detailed for constabulary duty, and would arrive within hours of combat forces landing. Units from the 2nd Marine Brigade were also dispatched, using ships of the naval reserve, including roll-on/roll-off ships, which would be escorted by attack helicopters across the Gulf of Mexico to Havana. The large air convoy would be escorted by squadrons of the 2nd Fighter Group, flying stealth air dominance fighters and supported by elements of the CFAF's auxiliary command, which provided air-to-air refueling, AWACS and JSTARS assets, as well as helicopters which would be flown in after ground forces had secure the airports. Elements of the 5th and 6th Fighter Wings, flying both stealth and non-stealth tactical strike would fly combat support missions if needed against any targets of resistance, including air defenses if they proved to be active. As the first troops began exiting their aircraft over the designated drop zones, an official announcement by the Cajun Federation's Foreign Ministry would be issued... [center][b][size="6"]Cajun Federation Official Announcement[/size][/b] [IMG]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a4/Flag_of_Acadiana.svg/500px-Flag_of_Acadiana.svg.png[/IMG][/center] "It has come to the attention of the government of the Cajun Federation that the government of the island of Cuba has dissolved into disarray and that there is no semblance of government. The Cajun Federation therefore will be deploying military forces as a stabilization force to Cuba, and hereby declare the former lands of Cuba as the fourth state of the Cajun people. We undertake this task as a burden, and we pledge to ensure the safety and stability of the Cuban people for as long as we stand guard for them. We undertake this task with energy and optimism, and look forward to stabilizing and helping the Cuban people prosper and enjoy a close relationship with a rising nation on the North American continent. Upon stabilization of the situation on the ground in Cuba, we will, of course, allow for a national plebiscite to ensure that our nation is accepted by the Cuban people as their national government, and we look forward to this democratic process occurring. We are sure, given our successful governance of multiple cultures and our penchant for them melding together shall provide a strong glue to bond the former Cuban nation with our own. Long live New Acadia and its newest brothers and sisters of the nation of Cuba!" [i]HRH The Prince of Acadia Henri Broussard[/i] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.