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Order of Hospitallar


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The permission to transit the Suez Canal had been discretely gained, if not outright purchased, by the office of the Legionworks CEO Johnathan Germaine. This permission was vital for the Order's long term plans to reclaim certain pieces of real estate considered dear to a large percentage of its membership. In a way, the Order is really nothing more than the African Legion with a new shiny moral code and mission. The mission being to return to Port Sudan, act as a beacon of stability, and to spread the influence of the Order through out the world by providing medical care and security to those less fortunate.

 

The first ships sent to Port Sudan would be the Order's three Selong Class Destroyers who escort a leased passenger vessel carrying a full brigade of Ordermen. Once in Port Sudan the Brigade would commence landing and start fanning out over the city. The Ordermen have their instructions to begin attempting contact with the Legion Brotherhood chapters that might have somehow survived the slaughter of the war on Novak. 

 

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Operations to secure and protect the Bakunnet Safe Haven are underway. 1000 local troops are at work keeping the Safe Haven protected and secure.

 

 

 

Operations to secure and protect the Karachi Safe Haven are now just commencing. The Order Special Forces team and several rifle companies have been dispatched to protect the location. A RSV and medical surgical company are being assigned to the KSH by AMF to assist. 

 

 

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The recovery of Port Sudan took a certain religious and mystical air as the Order Brigade spread out through the shattered and torn streets of Port Sudan. Those familiar with the region or the history pointed out famous sites as they passed them. One officer took off his helmet, bent down on a knee and began to weep profusely as he kissed the soil of the land that gave birth to him. The reclamation of their home had been a long time in coming for the Ordermen and they would not be denied. Survivors were few, those who the Order did encounter knew nothing of Legion or the Order. 

 

As they searched, a part of Order troops stumble across a graveyard of vehicles. Hundreds of silent hulks stand in stark contrast against the bright landscape of never ending desert. The heavy T-72 tanks and other assorted Warsaw Bloc vehicles stand in long lines as if ready to pull away to their destination. A quick search revealed that a great deal of work would be needed to recommission the vehicles, rather than bothering, the Order quietly signed them over to Legionworks to dispose of as salvage or otherwise.

 

Legionworks immediately reclaimed its former production plant. It was in horrific shape and would require millions to rebuild it. With money recently acquired from arms sales, the Legionworks engineers begin surveying the damage and making plans. Local survivors are hired, given new housing, clothing, and put to work. Fair rates of pay are given along with medical care and food packages for their families. The work parties immediately set to work clearing the massive production plant of rubble and debris to see what can be salvaged or repaired. 

 

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The recovery of the Legionworks production facility is ongoing. Despite the battered state of the plant, the first of many T-72 tanks begins to undergo a refit. The highly agile Legionworks workforce has done similar work on a number of occasions in the past, perhaps not in such Spartan conditions. No matter, with time and money, they'd have those tanks rolling about in proper working order.

 

The rest of the Port Sudan region is quickly being taken under control of the Order. Patrols are busy making contact with survivors with the hope the Legion Brotherhood is still intact, so far not much luck.

 

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Several T-72 tanks, Grad MLRS, and other vehicles have been restored. Much like the power, sewer, and water grid of Port Sudan. Several small Legion Brotherhood holdout groups have likewise been encountered. While they are unwilling to join with the Order due to major philosophical differences, they aren't willing to actively oppose the Order controlling the city and surrounding countryside.

 

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Nearly 150 rebuilt armored vehicles of varying types sit in Legionworks rebuilt manufacturing center. The City of Port Sudan itself is returning to full capacity. Legion Brotherhood houses are given authority over specific districts and left to organize them following the Legionnaire's Code of Conduct under the provision that all capitol crimes be dealt with by Maltese Authorities through the offices of the Order of the Hospitallar. 

 

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A local Port Sudan City Council and Mayor are organized on a temporary basis. Offices, staff, and all the other necessities that come along with running a fully functional city government are procured. Once everything is in place the temporary appointees, Ordermen, will step down and allow the locally elected citizens to take office. The bulk of the materials for the offices and vehicles are donated by Legionworks. 

 

Desks are fabricated out of salvaged doors, police cars made from repurposed UAZ - 469 Light Utility vehicles, work trucks built from numerous GAZ - 66 medium weight trucks, and a variety of over vehicles are fitted for other tasks. Phones, copiers, fax machines and so forth are donated by the King's Trading Company of Malta. The City budget is somewhat minuscule but Legionworks, the Order, and the King's Trading Company have agreed to evenly split any of the revenues that can't be made from the cities tax collections. 

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Port Sudan and surrounding areas are incorporated into the Maltese government as a special exempted possession. While it has a member of parliament, the laws and regulations of Port Sudan follow the Legionnaires code. The 1st Legion is tasked with defending and securing the city and outlying areas and is a locally raised brotherhood unit. 

 

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