Yawoo Posted September 14, 2012 Report Share Posted September 14, 2012 International Broadcast “The government of the United States of Oceanesia has collapsed and left their citizens without proper governance and security. To ensure continued prosperity and security in Oceania the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has deployed the 32nd Airborne and 43rd Cavalry divisions from Tasmania to New Zealand, and U.S.O. controlled islands near New Zealand. The Tasmanian Volunteer Force, under Field Marshal Wellington, will assume security duties for Tasmania. In ensuring continued peace and tranquility in the region a security zone of 500 km will be established around the lands undergoing stabilization efforts. Incursions, be of sea or air, will be dealt with as an attack on the nation of Vietnam. Though the coming days will be tough on the people of New Zealand, with the strength and support of the Vietnamese people New Zealanders will soon be on the road to strength and prosperity.” Classified: Hanoi would immediately contact its ally, Tianxia as soon as it was clear the U.S.O.’s government had collapsed, and request support in stabilizing the defunct nation. With troops already near New Zealand, Vietnam would take the lead in that sector, but would be unable to send troops in a reasonable amount of time to areas closer to Tianxian lands. The Tasmanian Volunteer Force would be put on alert and immediately assume any and all functions relating to the defense of Tasmanian. The 32nd and 43rd divisions had been training the T.V.F. for years, so it was expected the transition would be without major issues. On the Vietnamese mainland, the 33rd “Rough Riders” air assault division would be readied as would the 75th "Defiance" Infantry division for immediate deployment overseas. The Vietnamese armed forces meanwhile would enter a state of readiness to ensure complete security over the nation. Specifically, the coast guard would step up their coastal patrols while coordinating with local law enforcement agencies to ensure continued surveillance of water passages within the nation. Humanitarian supply ships would be sent in a convoy from Saigon port to New Zealand within forty-eight hours, should Vietnamese troops in New Zealand request, two hospital ships were free and ready to deploy within a week. OOC: Knowz went inactive. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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