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Port International:

LSS Talluah, Athena, Jennings, Polk, Rosegate, Tullos, Littlefoot, Bigfoot, Chenault and Galvez were ordered back to Louisiana.

The thirty squadrons of fighters and twenty squadrons of bombers were likewise ordered back to Louisiana.

Of the four hundred thousand men currently at Port International three hundred and ninety-five thousand were ordered back to Louisiana. Five thousand of the men were to stay on at Port International to man the Louisianan base there.

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[quote name='Yawoo' date='18 February 2010 - 05:49 PM' timestamp='1266533684' post='2190425']
20,000 troops
50 artillery units
20 squadrons of fighters
10 squadrons of bombers

The above mentioned numbers are en-route to Port International.
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1,000 soldiers would remain in Port International, everything else has been sent back to Louisiana.

Vice Chancellor Gabriel Valcoste is en-route to Port International to oversee repairs to the Louisianan base.

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LSS Galvez (Submarine) has been transferred to Louisiana's base in Port International at the request of Vice Chancellor Gabriel Valcoste.

LSS Chenault (Submarine) has joined the LSS Talluah (Aircraft Carrier) led anti-piracy fleet off the cost of the former CFNA.

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L.S.S. Driskill (Aircraft Carrier)
L.S.S. Jennings (Anti-Aircraft Destroyer)
L.S.S. Tullos (Anti-Submarine Destroyer)
L.S.S. Atome (Submarine)

Have been transferred to Port International to protect the Louisianans at the Louisianan base.

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All Naval vessels in Port International have been called back home to Louisiana.

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Orders have been changed, Louisianan Naval vessels will dock at Canary islands and await further orders.

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Louisiana has moved to Defcon 1. All military personnel had leaves canceled. The ships coming from the Canary Islands came into port, and were put back into the Gulf of Mexico, patrolling around Louisianan waters.

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[quote]CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

Charles Lefevre has ordered 50,000 men to be airdropped into the former lands of the Franciscan Republic, which fell into anarchy weeks ago. Though the apparent responsibility of Tahoe, the Republic has done nothing to provide assistance to these people and Atlantis has decided to help in the name of American security and prosperity. As part of Operation Canadian Eh?, the men are to land in the anarchy ridden lands and secure major metropolises and utilities, while at the same time assisting the people and securing the Tahoe-Franciscan border. In addition, Louisiana has been contacted in regards to the operation. [/quote]

In response to Atlantis' actions, Chancellor Croix has ordered 20,000 Louisianan soldiers to be airdropped over the former lands of the Franciscan Republic in support of Louisiana's ally. The goal of the Louisianan troops is to secure vital infrastructure and to provide assistance in the form of security, and vital necessities to the populace. The Louisianan Navy and Air Force were notified and told to be ready to respond should the situation in the former Franciscan Republic turn hostile. Charles Lefevre has been contacted with Louisiana's actions.

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Current troop deployments are as follows:

10,000 in the Mexican Protectorate
20,000 in the former Franciscan Republic
90,000 in Cuba *

Total Deployment: 120,000 Louisianan soldiers
* Active battleground

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Current troop deployments are as follows:

2,000 in California
3,000 in Arizona
5,000 in New Mexico
20,000 in Manitoba
90,000 in Cuba
50,000 in the coalition controlled areas of the former Tahoe Republic.

Total deployed: 170,000

All planes and naval vessels in Florida have been recalled back to Louisiana.

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L.S.S. Driskill lead carrier battlegroup comprising of the L.S.S. Driskill (Aircraft Carrier), L.S.S. Jennings (Anti-Aircraft Destroyer), L.S.S. Tullos (Anti-Submarine Destroyer), L.S.S. Atome (Submarine) and the L.S.S. Galvez (Submarine) have been permanently stationed to Cuba amid growing concerns of violence from Central American nations. In addition, the L.S.S. Talluah lead carrier battlegroup has also been transferred to Cuba to reinforce the L.S.S. Driskill.

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With recent tensions in the Caribbean and the announcement by the rebel Tahoean government in Transvaal, the Louisianan Department of War has issued a report for the Chancellor to review on the current status of the Louisianan armed forces.

[quote]Chancellor Croix, a recent audit by the Department of War has found that the number of Louisianan troops stationed across North America needs reassessing as Louisiana’s primary enemy has changed from a large force surrounding Louisiana, to hostile nations in Central America, Africa and Northern Europe.

It is our suggestion that the number of troops in Manitoba be reduced from twenty thousand soldiers to ten thousand. Allied and friendly nations around Manitoba deem the high presence of Louisianan soldiers no longer necessary. Air and Naval presence in Manitoba is not recommended at this time, but should the situation change in regards to France’s push for more Canadian land, it is our suggestion that Louisiana make a show of force in Manitoba to dissuade France from looking towards Louisianan land. Should this situation occur, it is recommended that Louisiana increase the number of soldiers on the ground to sixty thousand, armor at a thousand, full carrier battle group and at minimum five squadrons of fighters in addition to the number of fighters on the carrier.

It is the Department of War’s recommendation that the two carrier battle groups in Cuba be permanently stationed there to provide security should the Dominican Republic or hostile Central American nations try to mount an invasion. Furthermore, it is the Department of War’s suggestion that the Chancellor speak with the President of Atlantis on creating a joint-taskforce to patrol the Gulf of Mexico in order to promote stability and security in the region. The taskforce will also have the benefit of showing the Central American nations that Louisiana and her allies are ready and willing to defend their assets with the full might of the armed forces. To ensure that Cuba is well secured, it is our recommendation that Cuba be sent at minimum five squadrons of fighters and a single squadron of unmanned aerial vehicles (U.A.V.), at this point in time we do not recommend stationing any bombers in Cuba as any potential threats can be taken care of via missiles from the carrier battle groups stationed in Cuba. The ninety thousand men currently on the ground in Cuba under the command of Marine Field Marshal Lawrence de Moure are adequate for the current security situation. It is this Department’s recommendation that the soldiers currently on the ground be tasked with more frequent security patrols as well as training and building up civil services to be on par with those in other parts of Louisianan territory. Armed forces Cryptologists as well as civilian contractors must ensure that the population be put on a path to be able to speak French, Creole, English and Spanish fluently within the next two decades. Under the former Tahoean regime, Spanish was almost eradicated and it must be brought back from the brink of extinction. Blue Heaven has donated ten billion over the next decade to help Louisiana recover from the Tahoe war; it is this Department’s suggestion that all ten billion be spent towards upgrading Cuban infrastructure.
In regards to Louisiana proper, it is this Department’s recommendation that no action be taken until further study has been completed. Further study will take another month to be fully comprehensive.

Protectorate land of the former Tahoe Republic – it is this Department’s recommendation that the current troop level of sixty thousand is adequate for the security of the people in the regions most heavily patrolled by Louisiana. Should security become an issue in the protectorate land, it is suggested that Louisiana seek higher troop commitments from Cascadia and Atlantis before committing to sending more Louisianans abroad.

In regards to Port International, at this time with no current threats to Louisianan allied nations in Europe, the current troop level of five thousand is adequate and could be reduced, without harm to security, to one thousand in the near future.

With respect,

Louisianan Department of War
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[quote]Chancellor,

With the recent acquisition of protectorate land by the Tahoe Republic, it is the Department of War’s recommendation that the sixty thousand Louisiana troops be reduced to thirty thousand. The situation is stable and the extra thirty thousand soldiers could be better used in one of Louisiana’s territories.

The situation around Manitoba has destabilized with recent wars in and around Hudson Bay. It is our recommendation to you, to keep troop levels in Manitoba at twenty thousand soldiers. Furthermore, it would be in Louisiana’s best interests to transfer three squadrons of fighters to Manitoba.

We continue to recommend: In regards to Port International, at this time with no current threats to Louisianan allied nations in Europe, the current troop level of five thousand is adequate and could be reduced, without harm to security, to one thousand in the near future.
The study of mainland Louisiana is still underway, so no recommendations will be made at this point in time.

In regards to Cuba: No military recommendations are warranted. The situation on the ground has become stabilized and the Department of the Interior will be taking charge with infrastructure projects as the transition from a military heavy environment to a civilian heavy environment takes place.

In regards to the Atlantic State’s offer to jointly control the Revillagigedo Islands – it is our recommendation to accept our ally’s offer. The Revillagigedo Islands will provided Louisiana a pathway on the other side of the world and a base from which to launch.

With continued respect,

Louisiana Department of War[/quote]

To Atlantis:

Louisiana would be happy to work with their friends to jointly administer the Revillagigedo Islands. A Louisianan military official would be dispatched to the Revillagigedo Islands to appraise the situation.

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[quote]Chancellor,

Louisianan Cubans need jobs. The situation on the ground is stabilized by the presence of 90,000 of our brave men and women in uniform, but if our citizens don’t start earning a living again, then the situation on the ground will spiral out of control. Many private companies have requested permits to begin building new enterprises in Cuba, here is but a short list of the companies who have been approved:

Alexandria Armaments
Baton Rouge Wind (B.R.W.)
Imperial Tobacco
Resolute Rail

It is our hope that once these companies have finished building their new infrastructure that it will send a jump start into the Cuban economy. Already, the Department of the Interior has approved a massive new railway project to be built by Resolute Rail throughout Cuba with the agreement that Resolute Rail must hire sixty percent of their workforce from the Cuban populace. The new railway will span across the entire isle and provide the Louisianan Cubans a cheap, fast and effective mode of transportation. This new railway will ensure that all Cubans have access to places of work so that no man or woman will be disadvantaged by living in rural areas.

Alexandria Armaments will be building a research and development complex outside Havana and shortly after construction of the R&D facility is finished, Alexandria Armaments will be building a production plant. This is a great step for Louisiana, as it ensures that should mainland Louisiana ever fall, arms and armor will still be produced to help our men and women fight the good fight.

Baton Rouge Wind (B.R.W.) has sent a team of engineers to survey Cuba and the waters off of Cuba to determine the best areas to begin building their wind turbines to increase Louisiana’s goal of moving to full renewable energy sources in Cuba.

Imperial Tobacco has bought several Cuban tobacco producers and will begin producing Cuban tobacco for sale on the world market. The C.F.O. has informed me, that he has a special case of cigars reserved for you when the tobacco is ready.

With deepest respect,

Louisiana Department of the Interior
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By order of the Chancellor, the updated troop deployments are as follows:

[quote]30,000 spread between Louisiana-Tahoe-Atlantis and Louisiana-Atlantis Protectorates

1,000 Port International, Carthage

20,000 Louisiana Manitoba

90,000 Louisiana Cuba

Total Deployed: 141,000

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The L.S.S. Vanderbeak has been dispatched to the Louisiana-Atlantis joint territory of the Aleutian islands to promote security in the region as well as survey a possible expansion to Dutch Harbor.

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The L.S.S. Talluah led carrier battle group has been transferred to the Crozets islands near Transvaal. Louisianan intelligence has determined the location would be excellent for a Louisianan Naval supply base. The islands have been unclaimed for many years, so there should be no opposition to Louisianan's actions.

The battle group will be charged with securing the islands and establish a garrison in order to protect the islands until reinforcements carrying construction equipment arrive.

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[quote name='Yawoo' date='20 July 2010 - 08:59 AM' timestamp='1279596579' post='2379860']
The L.S.S. Talluah led carrier battle group has been transferred to the Crozets islands near Transvaal. Louisianan intelligence has determined the location would be excellent for a Louisianan Naval supply base. The islands have been unclaimed for many years, so there should be no opposition to Louisianan's actions.

The battle group will be charged with securing the islands and establish a garrison in order to protect the islands until reinforcements carrying construction equipment arrive.
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[url="http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=60791&view=findpost&p=2365853"]CNS Vatutin[/url] of Royal Cochin Navy which is stationed to the East of Possession Islands would greet their Louisiana allies and welcome the senior officers for drinks in the stateroom.

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