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Highly Classified message to New England President from Great Lakes State:

If you open the message below, shred and burn it immediately after reading it.

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Message below:

We are testing a secret weapon. It is designed to blind multiple aircraft pilots for a few hours, which causes them to be vulnerable to anti-aircraft defenses and crashing.

The secret weapon is fireworks. Not the kinds you can buy from stores, they are upgraded Class A fireworks designed to generate maximum amount of light in a split second, delivered to the enemy pilots through missiles.

Currently, we have found a type of flash powder that produces the most amount of light and tested it using all kinds of sunglasses. None of the sunglasses blocked enough light to stop the wearer from being blinded. However, we do not know if other nations have the technology to block out the light, nor do we have any jet planes to test on.

We are asking that you to help us test the AA fireworks in return of us sharing the AA fireworks technology with you.

Do not tell anyone else about the testing other than the scientists in your military department without permission, otherwise you will be exposed as a dishonest nation and that is a lose-lose situation.

There will be a meeting about the testing, but you can decide where the meeting will be.

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Highly Classified message to New England President from Great Lakes State:

If you open the message below, shred and burn it immediately after reading it.

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Message below:

We are testing a secret weapon. It is designed to blind multiple aircraft pilots and cause them to be vulnerable to anti-aircraft defenses.

The secret weapon is fireworks. Not the kinds you can buy from stores, they are upgraded Class A fireworks designed to generate maximum amount of light in a split second, delivered to the enemy pilots through missiles.

Currently, we have found a type of flash powder that produces the most amount of light and tested it using all kinds of sunglasses. None of the sunglasses blocked enough light to stop the wearer from being blinded. However, we do not know if other nations have the technology to block out the light, nor do we have any jet planes to test on.

We are asking that you to help us test the AA fireworks in return of us sharing the AA fireworks technology with you.

Do not tell anyone else about the testing other than the scientists in your military department without permission, otherwise you will be exposed as a dishonest nation and that is a lose-lose situation.

There will be a meeting about the testing, but you can decide where the meeting will be.

OOC: lul, what if JFK sekritly copies the message to use as blackmail just in case the GLS does something that pisses New England off? :awesome:

IC:

After receiving the message, President Kennedy drafted a classified telegram to the Great Lakes State, of which were transmitted through highly-classified channels.

TO: The Government of the Great Lakes State
FROM: President John F. Kennedy
STATUS: Highly-classified
SUBJECT: Fireworks

This would make for a good arrangement, we shall assist you. Apart from the rest of the government (the Department of Defense and Department of State and the like), I will not disclose this arrangement between us to anyone. You have my word on that. We would like to meet in New York City to discuss this further.

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OOC: lul, what if JFK sekritly copies the message to use as blackmail just in case the GLS does something that pisses New England off? :awesome:

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After receiving the message, President Kennedy drafted a classified telegram to the Great Lakes State, of which were transmitted through highly-classified channels.

TO: The Government of the Great Lakes State
FROM: President John F. Kennedy
STATUS: Highly-classified
SUBJECT: Fireworks

This would make for a good arrangement, we shall assist you. Apart from the rest of the government (the Department of Defense and Department of State and the like), I will not disclose this arrangement between us to anyone. You have my word on that. We would like to meet in New York City to discuss this further.

OOC: Then GLS will simply sell the information on eBay and develop another type of stun weapon, without your nation's help. :P

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IC: Reply:

Our director of military technology research, six scientists, and our president will attend the meeting. They will arrive tomorrow.

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Gred Fan the director, President Jake Dar, and the six scientists boarded the government airplane a few hours later to attend the meeting.

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OOC: Assume that they had already reached the destination. I don't feel like RPing the traveling.

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OOC: Then GLS will simply sell the information on eBay and develop another type of stun weapon, without your nation's help. :P

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IC: Reply:

Our director of military technology research, six scientists, and our president will attend the meeting. They will arrive tomorrow.

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Gred Fan the director, President Jake Dar, and the six scientists boarded the government airplane a few hours later to attend the meeting.

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OOC: Assume that they had already reached the destination. I don't feel like RPing the traveling.

OOC: lulz

IC: President John F. Kennedy, accompanied by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, Secretary of State Franklin D. Roosevelt, and six leading scientists greeted the GLS delegation as they (GLS delegates) entered the Conference Room in Federal Hall, in New York City.

"Hello, it is a honor to meet you." President Kennedy smiled as he stood up and stook hands with President Dar and the rest of the delegation; the rest of Kennedy's own delegation did the same.

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OOC: lulz

IC: President John F. Kennedy, accompanied by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, Secretary of State Franklin D. Roosevelt, and six leading scientists greeted the GLS delegation as they (GLS delegates) entered the Conference Room in Federal Hall, in New York City.

"Hello, it is a honor to meet you." President Kennedy smiled as he stood up and stook hands with President Dar and the rest of the delegation; the rest of Kennedy's own delegation did the same.

"Same here. Lets get onto the meeting shall we?" replied President Jake.

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"Same here. Lets get onto the meeting shall we?" replied President Jake.

'Direct, isn't he?' Kennedy thought to himself, slightly amused, as he took his seat at the conference table. His delegation sat down besides him. Interwining his fingers together in front of him, Kennedy glanced around the table.

"Very well. So, we have all assembled together to discuss matters regarding the Great Lakes State's secret project. It was about fireworks, so to say. What shall be the first order of business, so to put it?" The President said as he looked at President Jake.

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'Direct, isn't he?' Kennedy thought to himself, slightly amused, as he took his seat at the conference table. His delegation sat down besides him. Interwining his fingers together in front of him, Kennedy glanced around the table.

"Very well. So, we have all assembled together to discuss matters regarding the Great Lakes State's secret project. It was about fireworks, so to say. What shall be the first order of business, so to put it?" The President said as he looked at President Jake.

While the GLS scientists passed out the info papers, the military technology director stated, "We have tested the fireworks on people that were sentenced to a death penalty. We placed 10 of them 100 meters away from the fireworks, and ignited the fireworks. All of them were blinded for nearly 24 hours. The second group, made up of 30 people got to wear different sunglasses. We then ignited the fireworks again, and all of them were blinded around 12 to 16 hours.

The fireworks are launched by track-via-missiles or fire-and-forget missiles and explode near enemy aircrafts, blinding the pilots so they can't dodge anti-aircraft missiles nor avoid crashing. However, it can not be used in dog fights unless if you want to risk blinding your own pilots.

It did show it would be useful in against ground infantry and vehicles with windows, but we weren't so sure with aircrafts since we didn't have any. We also realized that some of the more advanced nations might have some kind of sunglasses that protect their pilots and soldiers from blinding flashes.

President Jake then continued it, "Since your nation is more advanced and has aircrafts, we decided to ask for your help in testing them. In return, we will share the secret fireworks technology."

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President Kennedy rubbed his chin thoughtfully as he scanned over the documents, and as did the rest of his delegation. "Hm, fireworks as a weapon? Interesting." He turned to one of the six scientists, a Dr. Robert Harris. "What do you think?"

Harris nodded once. "I think the concept is fairly interesting, and it could help tip the balance to our favor during wartime. But we will have to consider the risks when considering this course of action." He paused for a moment. "But we certainly have the equipment needed to help make this experiment a success."

Kennedy nodded. "Thank you. And as for the aircrafts and sunglasses, we do have them and we certainly can share them with you. I'm sure the Air Force will not mind letting you use several of our outdated aircrafts to test your new weapons. We will select a testing site somewhere that is fairly isolated and won't attract public attention. Mr. Wilkes?"

A Dr. Richard Wilkes pulled out a file. "Here you go, sir." He said as he handled the file to President Jake and the GLS scientists. "This file contains the necessary information."

President Kennedy smiled as he glanced around the table. "So, everything's covered, I presume?"

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President Kennedy rubbed his chin thoughtfully as he scanned over the documents, and as did the rest of his delegation. "Hm, fireworks as a weapon? Interesting." He turned to one of the six scientists, a Dr. Robert Harris. "What do you think?"

Harris nodded once. "I think the concept is fairly interesting, and it could help tip the balance to our favor during wartime. But we will have to consider the risks when considering this course of action." He paused for a moment. "But we certainly have the equipment needed to help make this experiment a success."

Kennedy nodded. "Thank you. And as for the aircrafts and sunglasses, we do have them and we certainly can share them with you. I'm sure the Air Force will not mind letting you use several of our outdated aircrafts to test your new weapons. We will select a testing site somewhere that is fairly isolated and won't attract public attention. Mr. Wilkes?"

A Dr. Richard Wilkes pulled out a file. "Here you go, sir." He said as he handled the file to President Jake and the GLS scientists. "This file contains the necessary information."

President Kennedy smiled as he glanced around the table. "So, everything's covered, I presume?"

The 6 GLS scientists and the director quietly talked to each other, and then the director said, "Yes, but when is the experiment is going to begin?"

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"So it shall be done. So, it's finished, I presume? Or is there more to discuss?" Kennedy inquired.

"There isn't anything else to discuss. Just tell us when the experiment is ready, and our scientists will arrive to see the experiment." replied Jake.

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"There isn't anything else to discuss. Just tell us when the experiment is ready, and our scientists will arrive to see the experiment." replied Jake.

"We will do that." Kennedy smiled as he stood up and shook hands with President Jake and the rest of his delegation. Kennedy's delegration got up from their seats too. "It was good meeting with you, as brief as it may have been."

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"We will do that." Kennedy smiled as he stood up and shook hands with President Jake and the rest of his delegation. Kennedy's delegration got up from their seats too. "It was good meeting with you, as brief as it may have been."

"Good day to you sir. I had to make it brief since there is an urgent problem in Great Lakes State; the pesky TUO and their rivals are causing mass destruction wherever they fight at and had racked up nearly $50 million worth in damage and medical care." replied Jake. They then left the room.

OOC: Want to RP the experiment in another thread?

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