Mogar Posted September 16, 2011 Report Share Posted September 16, 2011 (edited) OOC: closed to me and tbm for now, I'll edit later to include whoever else wants to be involved as long as you send me a query or PM and explain what type of involvement you want to do, this thread will basically be mad max with a few twists thrown in for fun.After the first few months, the major population centers were under Principality control and well established to return to economic growth. On the other hand, the outback was a lawless land, police and soldiers simply unable to cover such a broad area made enforcing the law almost impossible.Princess Yenna was sitting at her desk in the Canberra Palace, listening to the dozen or so advisers around her spew forth information about every problem facing the new country, after listening to dozens of other issues, one in particular caught her attention, the disappearance of trucks filled with food and assorted goods from the roads leading to the western sections of the nation, it was fairly obvious to everyone they were getting hijacked, but the adviser who brought it up explained to Yenna that they were most likely simply minor gangs, and nothing to be concerned of, they police would take care of them soon enough. Lost in thought for a moment, she ordered around 100 soldiers to masquerade as the drivers for the next scheduled shipments, carrying cell phones, and AR-1s, with orders to call in to military command in the event of any problems, they would travel as convoys of 3 or more trucks, in order to better attempt to catch whoever was hijacking the much needed supplies, the western cities relied heavily on shipments of food from the fertile southeast, so catching them was more important to Yenna than the to the adviser.Eight hours later, the convoy had left Joe Maximilian was one of the drivers of the trucks, only a private in the Australian Army since the return of a structured government once again to the area, been out of work for quite some time now, he was just happy to be getting paid, and the mission he had seemed to be pretty easy. Hal Rashawn was an Aborigine policeman, and riding as a passenger and alternate driver for the lead truck, making small talk with the soldier, Hal felt similarly about the whole deal, having at least 10 military and policemen together, there shouldnt be any looters with enough firepower to actually hijack one of the trucks and escape. Edited June 21, 2014 by Mogar Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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