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Second Korean War


Markus Wilding
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The new "United States of Afghanistan" illegally holds claim to Southern Korea. We in Pyongyang find this unacceptable. As we find no reason to be found with this state, we hereby declare war on the United States of Afghanistan to reunite Korea under one banner!

 

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Once night fell, M1991 120mm artillery pieces bombarded USA positions on the border, followed shortly be BM-24 Grad rockets targeting known supply dumps and bases. As these shots and rockets fell, elements of the Yuckjeondae flew in with Mil Mi-24 helicopters, rappelling down to the ground and taking advantage of the artillery barrage's effects on enemy soldiers. These men, armed with AKS-74u rifles and Dragunov sniper rifles, swiftly and silently moved through the lines and identified officers and crew-served weapons. Once the barrage ended, these men would take their rifles and fire upon those men, which would hopefully lead to even more disorientation and panic.

 

In the air, Su-25 planes wrecked the scene even further, bombarding identified enemy barracks, while Su-25T variants fired upon motor pools, hoping to annihilate enemy armored units. A few other Su-25s split off and dropped napalm behind the USA forces, preventing an easy escape. MiG-29M loitered above, waiting for enemy airpower to show its face.

 

While that happened, the entire force of North Korea's Chonman-ho tanks crossed the border, followed by convoys of infantry in BTR-80 transports. Their objective was simple for now - force the enemy out of Korea by any means necessary.

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By the time the North Korean troops arrived, troops from Afghanistan were already gone.

 

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This was true, as the nation had left South Korea as the fight was a fight that did not need to be faught, so they decided to be the mature ones. Instead, they moved operations and claimed Papua New Guinea.

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Unfortunately for the Afghani troops, their ships would've been stopped by the Huá hǎijūn on their way to Papua New Guinea. After identifying themselves, the two Formidible-class ships (NWD Yuánjī and NWD Língqǐ) would request that the ships halt their advance, or risk being fired upon. They then called in reinforcements from the mainland, who would dispatch the rest of the Navy to the area, and begin mobilising the Huá kōngjūn.

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Tianxia amphibious forces would swiftly move across from Qingdao aboard LCACs to put a corps of 30, 000 crack Imperial troops into Incheon to secure Seoul while an airborne force would drop from Japan, in total rapidly surging in 80, 000 troops, while Imperial aircraft patrolled the skies to prevent a North Korean Entrance into Seoul while the North attempted to roll down.

 

"You really want to go home right now." was the message sent to Pyongyang.

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Worried about the lack of competence shown by the Afghanis in general, the entire Huá hǎijūn would follow their ships as they left South-East Asia, to ensure that they didn't get lost on the way home. With auxiliary ships and the like for resupplying, it would be a journey that could easily be made. Meihua'a Naval Commanders would contact the Afghani ships if they felt that they might miss their homeland, and offer to fire shots in the direction that they weren't supposed to go in, to make the correct way home obvious.

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Worried about the lack of competence shown by the Afghanis in general, the entire Huá hǎijūn would follow their ships as they left South-East Asia, to ensure that they didn't get lost on the way home. With auxiliary ships and the like for resupplying, it would be a journey that could easily be made. Meihua'a Naval Commanders would contact the Afghani ships if they felt that they might miss their homeland, and offer to fire shots in the direction that they weren't supposed to go in, to make the correct way home obvious.

 

The ships got back safely and they asked Hua haijun to leave.

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The Meihua'a Naval Commanders would thank the Afghanis for their cooperation in the matter, and leave.

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Four submarines, (the NWD Shělēi, NWD Chìtóng, NWD Qièqiàn and the NWD Bùlán) would secretly stick around a safe distance from the coastline and observe, to make sure that the Afghanis didn't get lost again.

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