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Declaration of Intent from the Wästerdyskreichful Nordic Socialist Republic

Regarding the Defence systems of the WNSR

The defence systems currently in place within the WNSR are inadequate. This statement refers to all defence systems currently located within Wästerdyskreich. The Anti-Air Defence Network, the Anti-Sea Defence Network, the Invasion Defence Network, the Ground Assistance Defence Network, and the National Defence Network are all out of date and as such unable to fulfil the current needs of the WNSR. All Defence Networks need to be upgraded, and soon. This plan is imperative to National Security, and to the survival of the WNSR and Nordsoc as a whole.

As such, the WNSR is now providing massive funding to build up and maintain defensive systems within the WNSR, as well as to assist the other Nordlandic nations who may seek our aid.

Thank you, and good day.

All plans herein are considered classified

The Anti-Air Defence Network

Current System Status: Completely Inadequate

Projected System Upgrade Requirements: $50-100 billion

Projected Completion by Deadline 1: 30%

Projected Completion by Deadline 2: 70%

Projected Completion by Deadline 3: 100%

System Status Goal: Impenetrable Air Defences

Buildings and defences consisting of the following:

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Type: FLAK Anti-Air gun

Name: 5"/54 caliber Mark 45 gun

Feed: 680 Rounds

Range: 24km

Velocity: 2,650 ft/s (808 m/s) full service charge.:.:.1,500 ft/s (460 m/s) reduced charge for defilade fire or illumination rounds

VARIANTS

Mod 0 - used mechanical fuze setter. Two piece rifled construction, with replaceable liner

Mod 1 - electronic fuze setter replaces the mechanical one. Made with a unitary construction barrel, which has a life span approximately twice that of the Mark 42 gun.

Mod 2 - export version of Mod 1, but now used in the US Navy

Mod 3 - same gun with a new control system; never put into production

Mod 4 - longer barrel (62 calibers in length versus 54) for more complete propellant combustion, higher velocity and greater utility as a land attack weapon.

Designed for use on Flak Towers as main gun, as well as on naval vessels, and can be adapted for armour. Uses RADAR, MLRADAR, and SRIAD systems to locate targets.

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Type: Surface-to-Air Missile

Name: Hawk

Warhead: 66lb blast

Speed: Mach 4+

Guidance: Mid-course datalink, RADAR homing systems

Engine: Mk 143 Mod 0 solid fuel rocket

Range: 50+km

Designed for use on Naval Fleet, within Flak Towers, around Flak sites, distributed randomly and strategically throughout the WNSR. Designed to take out Missile, Aircraft, and other flying targets. Each 'container' possesses 50 missiles. There are 400 of these 'containers' throughout the WNSR, from Italy to Amsterdam. Also hooked up to SRIAD, WNSR's satellite-based defence systems.

THE FLAK TOWERS

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The FLAK towers consist of three types of tower. They are all shown on the diagram above, and are each of them designed for a specific purpose. The A-type are the largest and most defensible. On each is four FLAKs, of multiple types depending on the environment in which the tower is present. All towers are made impenetrable by 7m thick walls of pure, reinforced concrete. They are designed in groups, that is that there will be 1 A-type, 4 B-types, and 12 C-types for every group. They will be strategically positioned throughout the WNSR according to need.

Commissioned Groups:

-Amsterdam Group

-Bern Group

-Rotterdam Group

-Paris Group

-North Sea Group I

-North Sea Group II

-Marseilles Group

-Genoa Group

-Verona Group

-Venice Group

-South Italy Group

-East Italy Group

-West Italy Group

-Montpelier Group

-Alp Group

-Pisa Group

-Antibes Group

-Torino Group

-Milan Group

-Zurich Group

-Geneva Group

-Lyon Group

-South France Group

-Reims Group

-Belgian Group

-Central France Group East

-Central France Group West

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OOC: Argonne to calais, Alsance - Loraine to Paris, North West Italy to Rome, East Holland to the coast.

All places that one or zero fort groups are met, and are death blows for defenders. South East border with spain to the alps.

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OOC: Argonne to calais, Alsance - Loraine to Paris, North West Italy to Rome, East Holland to the coast.

All places that one or zero fort groups are met, and are death blows for defenders. South East border with spain to the alps.

OOC: Uh, what is the point of this post?

I get the OP, but not yours. What are you saying?

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OOC: Uh, what is the point of this post?

I get the OP, but not yours. What are you saying?

OOC: its ment to be a defense network of forts, but its not guarding the most common invasion routes. Unless, of course, people can strut over the alps.

also my bad on Italy. Should be North East not North West.

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OOC: its ment to be a defense network of forts, but its not guarding the most common invasion routes. Unless, of course, people can strut over the alps.

also my bad on Italy. Should be North East not North West.

OOC: Oh, I see. You're pointing out the flaws.

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The Anti-Sea Defence Network

The Anti-Sea Defence Network, usually abbreviated the SDN, consists of two major components, the Sea Wall and the Offshore Defensive Emplacements. The Sea Wall is located up to a mile inland in most places, though it differs when it reaches a major city or port. The Offshore Defensive Emplacement is made up of a large number of thermite-based mines that must be deactivated once they latch onto a ship within 1 minute of them latching onto a ship. They can, however, be deactivated by Ports and are usually entirely deactivated in peacetime. While deactivated, they sit in large underwater bunkers which store them until a military official in Bern enters a code to unleash their deadly fury.

THE SEA WALL

Sea Wall exists on both the North Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.

North Sea Wall Specifications:

--10m reinforced concrete thick

--10m high reinforced concrete

--Type B Air Defence Towers located every 300m

--Type C Air Defence Towers located every 300m

--4,000 total FLAK guns located along wall

--6,000 bunkers located throughout wall's premises

--Spans entire North Sea Coastline

--300 Permanent Artillery stations along wall

--300 gates allow passage through the wall

North Sea Wall Specifications for Cities:

--Harbour Defensive Systems (see below)

Mediterranean Sea Wall Specifications:

--10m reinforced concrete thick

--10m high reinforced concrete

--Type B Air Defence Towers located every 300m

--Type C Air Defence Towers located every 300m

--6,000 total FLAK guns located along wall

--9,000 bunkers located throughout wall's premises

--Spans entire Mediterranean Sea Coastline

--400 Permanent Artillery stations along wall

--500 gates allow passage through the wall

Mediterranean Sea Wall Specifications for Cities:

--Harbour Defensive Systems (see below)

ASSORTED BUNKER DESIGNS

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Type: Concrete Reinforced MG Bunker

Name: Albanian Bunker

Gun Emplacement: GShG-7.62 machine gun [Mounted]

Gun Specifications:

-Weight 19kg

-Cartridge 7.62x54 mm R

-Action Gas-operated

-Rate of fire 6,000 RPM

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Type: Concrete Reinforced Triple Level Bunker

Name: "Pill"

Gun Emplacement: 3x Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-6-23

Gun Specifications:

-Cartridge 23×115mm AM-23

-Barrels 6, Rifled

-Action Gatling, Gas-operated

-Rate of fire 10,000 rpm

-Muzzle velocity 715 m/s (2345 ft/s)

-Feed system Belt or linkless feed system

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Type: Steel/Plastic Reinforced Single Level Omnidirectional Bunker

Name: Terran

Gun Emplacement: 9x XM214 Microguns

Gun Specifications:

-Cartridge 5.56x45mm NATO

-Action Mechanically driven rotary breach

-Rate of fire variable from 400 to 4,000 RPM (possibly 6,000 RPM, but that was never verified)

-Muzzle velocity 3,250 ft/s, 975 m/s

-Feed system Belt

[Note, these bunkers are also used in the Ground Assistance Defence Network]

SEA WALL HARBOUR DEFENSIVE SYSTEM

The Harbour Defensive System essentially consists of a single, uniform design that is required to be constructed by all coastal cities.

The "Carthage" Design...

The Carthage Design is based on the historical harbour of Carthage, which repelled enemy ships with ease. At the forefront of the harbour there is a large gate, which can be opened and closed, and is mounted with several GAU-8 Avenger Gatling Guns. After the gate there is the mercantile harbour, where ships dock and trade and do business. Beyond this there is the War Harbour, consistent of the Navy stationed at that particular harbour. When the Navy moves out, the Mercantile Harbour is immediately closed to all traffic, and the lanes cleared so that the Navy can get out as quickly as possible. Around the Greater Harbour (the construction as a whole) a massive wall exists, 12m high and 7m thick, with three gates in the wall for passage. Mounted on top of the wall are 100 assorted FLAK Anti-Air and other major weapons, designed at shooting down missiles incoming.

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ANTI-SEA DEFENSIVE SYSTEM OFFSHORE EMPLACEMENTS

The offshore emplacements consist primarily of thermite mines, which, as mentioned in the introduction, are currently positioned in large underwater fortifications and can be released at the touch of a button by Military Command in Bern. Thermite mines are especially effective when used in this form. Several of them explode onto an incoming vessel, then the vessel activates an explosive mine, releasing flames and igniting the thermite gel, making the entire ship explode almost immediately.

Eight Thousand of these and twelve thousand were placed on the North Sea and Mediterranean Sea coasts, respectively.

There are also roughly one thousand modified Anti-Air Towers placed offshore in both the North Sea and Mediterranean Sea. These are equipped the same as the regular Anti-Air Towers.

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Invasion Defence Network/Ground Assistance Network

The Invasion Defence Network, or IDN, is designed specifically to combat any invaders that breach the Sea Wall, or otherwise gain access to inland WNSR. It is an extensive network of Bunkers and assorted underground fortifications that work with the Anti-Air Defence Network to defend against an attacker who is, as previously stated, in the belly of the WNSR. The Ground Assistance Network, GRAN, is designed to aid in any war that may be fought by WNSR within her own heartland. It is essentially the other half of the IDN, designed for aiding WNSR troops in retaliatory attacks against the enemy.

INVASION DEFENCE NETWORK

The IDN consists of Bunker networks, both above and below ground, placed relatively sporadically and strategically throughout the WNSR. These bunkers are connected to Anti-Air systems, giving support to the AA systems, and allowing for a greater cooperation between branches of the National Defence Network as a whole.

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The arrangement of bunkers is seen above in yellow. The AA fortresses are in Red, and the Sea Wall in Orange. Bunker arranged closely together are also connected via underground tunnel. (i.e. bunkers near Bern, Paris, Brussels, outside of Sea Wall, etc.)

GROUND ASSISTANCE NETWORK

The GRAN consists of major attack missile silos spread throughout the WNSR. These silos contain many varieties of missiles, all of which are designed to assist in a retaliatory attack against an invading enemy. They are hidden quite well as grasslands, mountains, farmlands, etc, making them near impossible to locate and disarm. Missiles are imported from Germany, in addition to local-made ones, and ones imported from other Nordlandic Nations. They are all designed for specific purposes, such as anti-armour, anti-air, anti-infantry, etc.

Anti-Artillery missiles and shells are also kept on hand as part of GRAN and IDN. These are capable of shooting down enemy artillery pieces travelling over long distances, like those shot by Gebiv at the end of the last Nuclear War.

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THE NATIONAL DEFENCE NETWORK

The National Defence Network is relatively simple, it is a network designed specifically for the defence of the citizens of the WNSR. It is a system of underground networks of bunkers and other defences against all sorts of attacks from air raids to missiles to nuclear attacks.

Based on the old Ubersteinian System found in Norvsea and Nordheim, the Bunker Network is a series of massive underground tunnels which exist for the sole purpose of surviving a horrendous attack on the WNSR. Systems are driven by Stirling Engines, and there are massive stores of food and drink beneath the ground in huge storage compartments arranged sporadically throughout the Network.

The systems are not designed to keep out intruders, it is designed to protect those inside from bombs designed to destroy buildings and cripple infrastructure. It is designed specifically to keep the people of the WNSR safe from harm during a massive war.

Massive bunkers ~400m below the surface are being constructed beneath every major city, with the exception of the cities of the Netherlands, which due to their close proximity to one another, will be constructed as one massive bunker, the largest in the entire nation.

In addition to the Underground portion of the Bunker System, there are Fallout Shelters, known as Vaults, throughout the countryside in case of massive nuclear warfare. Fallout Shelters exist one per 10 mile radius, beginning 10 miles outside of major cities. They are also linked to the Underground System through stairwells and assorted ladders into the underground.

Another notable facet of this system is the Missile Defence System. Essentially these are assorted Patriot Defence Systems which are intended to keep invading armies away from Bunker entrances, as well as placed near strategic buildings and structures to defend them.

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A Vault

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New Military Bases

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