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OOC: Sarah is allowed to post as far as Hong Kong goes. The fight is just me and Keshav.


[center][b]In the Great Assembly[/b][/center]

It had been weeks of deadlock with the vote for a new President. The Neo-Imperialist faction of the UCP had joined in with the Guomindang Liberals in blocking two UCP nominees. The Guomindang was abstaining on votes to try and get the Prime Minister to nominate a Guomindang nominee. Now all that was about to change. Prime Minister Wei stood on the floor of Parliament.

“Gentlemen, our brothers on the other side of the border have been consumed by declinism and cronyism. Today they are under the leadership of the leader of an [i]Indian[/i] nation and no one can deny otherwise. Their government has seen itself destroy itself from within. They turn their back on Chinese culture and the Great Tradition of 4000 years. But that is not even their worse crime.”

“Between our discussions with the French and People’s Republic Ambassadors, we have found our the truth. Hong Kong, the jewel of the Palintine Chinese Nation, has been illegally seized. It is clear from our discussions with the French and the People’s Republic that the fault lies clearly with the People’s Republic who were eager to spin off this territory like a stolen piece of art in an attempt to legitimize their illegal seizure of Hong Kong. THIS SHALL NOT STAND!” he said slamming his fist on the podium.


The Chamber erupted in applause. The motions for closure were easily passed, then the vote for President 80-21, and then a resolution urging the Chairman to activate his emergency powers.

Chairman X walked onto the Stage, he had been brought into the chamber secretly. “Gentlemen…” he said. “We have lost much of China to today. But does this foreshadow the twilight of our civilization? No. It is a new beginning. It has been over twelve years since the People’s Republic of China, a foreign regime, consumed by greed and arrogance, has occupied our beloved homeland. It has been over six since they occupied our capital. How is it that despite this we have maintained our national spirit?

It is because our goal is a righteous one. Never forget the times that these foreign occupiers have trampled you! We the United States of China have had a long arduous struggle to fight for freedom. We want our freedom! I must ask now that our beloved soldiers be sacrificed? Why? China’s entire identity stands at a precipice. Perhaps many have become complacent… such a lack of patriotism is….

The arrogant foreign leader Keshav has taken up rule over a land he has no business in. We must send him a message, but not composed of words. We have wasted too much time with words. We need action now. Keshav and his corrupt regime must be taught a strong lesson for their evil corruption.

Many of your sons, husbands, and brothers will perish. Never for one moment forget this is because of the injustice committed against our people! The Neo Whampao Brotherhood shall show virtue through their blood sacrifice. By focusing our anger and sorrow, we are finally in a position where liberation is within our grasp, and once again, our most cherished nation will flourish. Victory is the greatest tribute we can pay those who sacrifice their lives for us! Rise, our people, Rise! Take your sorrow, and turn it into anger! China thirsts for the strength of its people!”

[b]Strategic Orders[/b]

Ground based high energy lasers would at the orbiting Articuno Island Satellites. These units were designed to overload and temporarily disable satellites. The launching of ground based satellite interceptor missiles followed this.


[b]Operation Jade Hammer[/b]

Northern Hammer would be started by of four squadrons of F-50s from the fleet in the Sea of Japan. These units fired off stealth anti-radiation missiles at air defense radars in Northern China. At the same time they used their own jamming technology and stealth to help defend against any long range missiles This would be supplemented by rail gun artillery assaults from the Pacific Wolves [i]Chiang Wei-kuo[/i] and [i]Prince Gong[/i].

The four Jade Emperor Class Destroyers, [i]Sun Wukong[/i], [i]Jade Emperor[/i], [i]Mo Zi[/i], and [i]Sage Hammer[/i] unleashed their rail guns on enemy anti-ship and anti-air forces in the Shandong Peninsula.

2 Tu-160S Squadrons would then unleash their externally mounted long-range anti-radiation and bunker busting cruise missiles on enemy command centers. They would also be using ECM pods to help protect them from any enemy missile systems.

4 Squadrons of RA made Vipers would fly over the North, equipped with a mix of air to ground and air-to-air missiles. Air to ground missiles would target enemy fuel dumps, ammo dumps, and radio towers in the Shandong Penninsula.
Iron Dragon Group’s Assault Gunship Wings were the First to move. 120 of them moved across Shandong border, there objectives were to reak havoc on any enemy vehicles confirmed as military or dual use.

2 brigades of mechanized infantry from the 2nd Regional Army Group, 20, 000 mechanized troops from the Chairman’s own would then move up from the Chairman’s own, escorted by 200 MBTs, 20 SPTs, 20 MLRS, 4 Command Vehicles and 20 AA AVs from the IRON Dragon group. There objective would be to break through the relatively flat lands of Shandong and onto Jinan, whose flowing plains would be the stage of the main battle.

The Second Regional’s Airborne brigade would drop on Qingdao to seize the strategic city. 1500 Spectre special operations troops from the Chairman’s own would drop behind Jinan to act as a disrupting force. They would be escorted by three flights of F/A-47s equipped with anti air and anti-ground missiles and trained for anti-SAM escort duty.

Meanwhile two motorized infantry brigades of the 2nd Regional broke west moving from Jiangsu into Henan aiming to rapidly seize the province.


The Amphibious Dock [i]Shanghai[/i] deployed from Dalian towards the four hovercrafts full of 200 SPECTRE forces would be deployed to hit the ground at Tianjin Tanggu Airport and Binhai Eastern Helicopter Airport. Their orders would be swift securing of these points for an airlift for staging forces in Dalian to land in Tianjin. Helicopters would move below the radar with an additional 50 SPECTRE troops moving towards Tianjin Binhai Intl Airport. Escorting them would be a flight of 6 Orca VTOLs off the [i]Taibei[/i] another Amphibious Assault Ship. These forces were trained for rapid clearing of urban settings. Their mission objective: seize control of the control tower while the Orcas keep the runway clear for further landings.

Two squadrons of F-65s would launch from Korea providing air coverage over Beijing as a squadron of AC-130s would move towards the former capital. The gunships orders were to perform interdiction on any confirmed military convoys moving in and out of the city and provide aerial reconnaissance in forces for the troops that were going to be air lifted into Tianjin.

[b]Hong Kong[/b]

The [i]Qin Shi Huang[/i] unleashed eight cruise missiles from about 30 nautical miles at Hong Kong. They would target the control tower of the Hong Kong Island airport, aiming to crater the runway. Fast boats would move across from the Kowloon side of the line of demarcation seizing the control of the numerous docks for Hong Kong city.

Two platoons of infantry would be airdropped onto Victoria peak to seize control of the highest point in Hong Kong.

Troops would begin moving across from Kowloon to seize control of the city.


125 MBTs, 25 SPARTs, 25 MLRS, 20 AA AVs, 20, 000 Mechanized Infantry, and 600 Airborne Cavalry moved across the valley between the Guangxi border and Guiyang the capital of Guizhou province. Ahead of them an aerial flotilla of 12 AC-130s escorted by 36 Vipers who were armed with advanced long range sensors, anti radiation missiles, and anti-air missiles to down any air to ground and air to air threats to the gunships.

A squadron of Tu-160s would fly over the Guizhou firing off cruise missiles to crater enemy runways and ammo dumps to prevent the mobilization of resistance. UAVs were deployed over mountainous regions to scout out any enemy guerilla forces that may seek to flee into the mountains rather than stand and fight.

OOC: I’ll be fighting Keshav at an agreed upon spot with IG forces, just realistically these are numbers needed to occupy such a vast landmass.

Strategic Map.


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The Satellite Control centre at Hefei and Jinan were surprised. Three satellites had gone down. The Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellites (AEHFS) were the only two remaining satellites operational. These detected movement from the Southern borders. While doing the mapping the control room realized Articuno Islands was being invaded. The immediately sent a distress signal to every border post. Each border post was equipped with a simple yet safe telegram service. It was sent to every border post and MilCom. Lt.Gen Ming was ready for such a battle. He knew it was inevitable.

Keshav was woken up and was given the telegram. He smiled. He knew this day would come. When the Chinese had to stand for what they believed was right. He dressed quickly and moved to command room in Xi'an. A message was sent to all the soldiers. Retreat to Xi'an. Hold onto Xi'an. All the border guards were given the command to burn everything on their way back. Grab people and bring them back to Xi'an while burning their houses, farmlands, animals everything. Xi'an was where they would fight. The Mountains surrounding Xi'an was of most importance. It would allow the soldiers to finish off the USC soldiers. The bunkers built in the mountains was ready to handle nearly 10,000 troops. Every soldier was asked to retreat except for the 1,000 in Guangxi. They were moved to counter the threat from the USC soldiers. One-Thousand men, each armed with various weapons. A 100 Javelin RPG, Mortar Shells and the basic ACR Assault rifles.


Nearly 12,000 Citizens inhabited Xi'an. Citizens were called from other villages to stand and fight. The People's Militia or the secret forces was finally announced to the public. These would be the everyday mailman or electrician who were trained in weaponry and guerrilla warfare under the PRC rule. Thirty Thousand of them in all were being moved to Xi'an. Baoji could be lost but Xi'an wasn't going to be. The main resistance would be at Xi'an from which they would push at the USC soldiers. Two-Thousand troops were moved to Qinghai, and Two-Thousand to Beijing/Tianjin to defend the invasion from there. At Xi'an the anti-air weapons were readied and the soldiers were moved to the mountains. As they came in numbers they were moved to the mountains. That was the order. With around 4,000 troops already moved and more on the way, it would be easy to block the USC forward movement. Everywhere trenches were being built in Xi'an. While the Militia was being moved around various quarters for defense. The buildings would be brought down. Anything taller then 1 floor was brought down. In the rubble the militia hid.

[b] Beijing [/b]

The ruins of Beijing was still uncleared. The soldiers were moved to bunkers built by the PRC. They would mostly be underground while others hid in the ruins of fallen buildings waiting for the USC soldiers. While doing this a 100 or troops started placing mines all over Beijing. A few IED's were also placed. This was suicide for them and they knew it. But they must stand their ground. Like Władysław Raginis did against the German might in WWII. Their rigorous training came into play finally, while their dedication to their nation was questioned.

[b] Elsewhere [/b]

The soldiers retreated. Oil and Petroleum was supplied to all troops. As per the Defense doctrine. There was enough of Oil supplied to all posts to burn everything on their way. The troops in Sichuan alone burnt over 3000 Acres of farm land. Buildings were destroyed. People were displaced. The military didn't care. Everything was being destroyed. All the Provincial Headquarters were being burnt. The files were thrown all over town and burnt. Cars were burnt. Everything was being burnt. Nearly 20,000 KG's of packed food was burnt at the start of retreat in Sichuan. The city of Chengdu was being bombed by the Articuno air force itself. Orders were simple, burn and retreat. The Air Force launched the first phase of Operation MAIM KILL BURN, their aim, destroy all of Chengdu before being landing and being abandoned and burnt.

The high command decided to not lose Xi'an at the cost of their own lives. This was where their defense would start. Ten-Thousand troops was being moved to Xi'an. Expected time by which the USC would reach would be 48 hours. Thats all they had before they would see action. MilCom were moved to bunkers in the various mountains. Keshav was moved as well. He declined to move from the Capital. This was where he would fight.

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A second barrage of anti satellite missiles were launched to knock out the remaining two.

[b]Southern Front[/b]

The 24 of the 36 Vipers escorting the AC-130s broke off from the group accelerating to super cruise. They used their long- range anti-air missiles to engage the enemy air force, which was reported to be bombing as part of a Scorched Earth Policies.

The AC-130s would begin interdiction duty engaging enemy troop columns in Sichaun province. They would use their bofor cannons, howitzers, and chain guns to target enemy infantry and vehicles suppressing them in fire fights and concentrating on enemy supply and command forces to slow down the retreat. The goal would be to leave the infrastructure largely intact.

The forward armor spear elements of the assault along with the air cav, had advanced into Sichuan and Chongqing Municipal Areas. 1 brigade of airborne forces would drop on Chongqing city to capture the city intact. They would find it largely abandoned, while the bulk of the spearhead force would be free to drive onto Chengdu and capture the city. The goal was to catch the forces retreating, as they would be stymied due to interdiction.

Marines would move in to secure Guizhou and the rest of Guangxi with the enemy being routed from that area.

Hong Kong was now completely in control of the USC. The French Ambassador would be informed that martial law would exist in the city for the remainder of the war.

[b]Northern Front.[/b]

With Shandong and Tianjin now captured, the battle would begin for begin for the region which had been considered China’ center of gravity.

Ogres had been airlifted into Tianjin. Their ordinance neutralizers would provide them with an advantage against mines and IEDs. Nevertheless, fighting was street to street. SPECTRE troops would move with Ogre cover while other forces would move behind. The fast moving highly armored infantry were specialized in house clearing tactics. Ogre ordinance neutralizers and anti-sniper acoustic sensors were excellent for defending against ambush tactics within the city.

Bunkers would not be directly engaged but rather JDAM munitions and rail guns from ships off shore would be used to strike the hard points. The United States of China’s naval advantages would be key here as they were able to bring a huge amount of artillery to bear as the city was still not located that far from the shore.

Orcas would provide close air support. Beijing’s pollutions would provide an ironic advantage. The units would hover above the smog cloud using the VTOL systems. Acting like hawks in a field full of mice, as soon as their sensors located soldier movements, they’d barrage the area with precise 30 mm gatling cannon fire.

Spearhead armored forces from Shandong would move through Henan province, crossing the Yellow river at several points taking advantage of the dry season in the yellow river. These forces would move through Zhengzhou and Kaifeng, their goal was to reach Xian and do the enemy in before the enemy could fully prepare. Resistance began to pick up around the town of Daifeng, where forces were holding out in the infamous Shaolin Monastary. (Awesome location I thought for a battle :D )


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[quote]From: The Kingdom of Cochin

To: Articuno Islands


We offer our condolences on the war that has afflicted your nation. We request you to permit us to evacuate our diplomatic mission from Beijing. We hope to receive permission for an evacuation flight to be permitted to come to Beijing and bring back our diplomats without being engaged by your forces.

Thanking you,
Yours Sincerely,

KP Varma,
Minister of External Affairs,
Kingdom of Cochin[/quote]

[quote]From: The Kingdom of Cochin

To: United States of China


In view of the war being waged between your nation and the Articuno Islands we request you to permit us to evacuate our diplomatic mission from Beijing. We hope to receive permission for an evacuation flight to be permitted to come to Beijing and bring back our diplomats without being engaged by your forces.

Thanking you,
Yours Sincerely,

KP Varma,
Minister of External Affairs,
Kingdom of Cochin[/quote]

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[b] Sichuan [/b]

The aircrafts nearly finished one run when they were hit by the USC aircrafts. In the ensuing fight the 15 Aircrafts were shot down. The majority of Chengdu war destroyed but a lot was saved. More then what the retreating soldiers wanted. Their job was not done, but they continued retreating. Many were lost because of the fire from above. Nearly 600 of the 1000 retreating troops were dead. The rest continued moving towards Xi'an. When they entered the air defense built around Xi'an they knew they were safe. If any of the USC aircrafts flew over Xi'an they would come under heavy fire. Anti-Aircraft guns were everywhere in Xi'an. Out of the one-thousand retreating, only three hundred made it back to Xi'an. Many stayed back to continue burning the farmlands. These soldiers would be honored once this was all over. Sichuan was lost but so was the majority of the province. USC would gain a province which was burnt for the most part. The retreating forces also burned as much as they could in and around Chongqing.

[b] Beijing [/b]

Street for street was fought. The mine's worked beautifully, estimates were around 200 USC troops at least dead. But they faced a lot more. By the first day the remaining troops were only around 750. The rest were dead or injured. Many of the injured booby trapped themselves. So if captured they would blow. They were here to maximize the damage to the USC. Kamikaze tactics. Around fifteen air crafts flew towards the various naval ships. They were to fly straight into them and destroy or at least damage them.

[b] Xi'an [/b]

The defenses around Xi'an were continuing to be built. Those who could were digging trenches as fast as possible. In and around Xi'an there was heavy movement and expectations. Machine Gun posts were built at points around the hills waiting for the soldiers to arrive. This would be the turning point of the war. That is what they believed. Various anti-aircraft weaponry was built. The various Anti-Aircraft systems such as the Akash missiles were ready. The Javelin's and Stinger's were readied as well. Majority of the women and children were moved to Qinghai while all the men were given weapons. They were to stand and fight. This was were the USC would face their major challenge. There would be no surrender, only death.

OOC: Is that alright :P

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With permission having been received from United States of China and no objection having been received from Articuno Islands, an Air Gosree wide body commercial passenger jet lifted off from Hami towards Beijing. The aircraft flew sending out its commercial radar transponders and scanning multiple radio frequencies for any interference from any sector.

The normal cabin crew of this plane has been augmented by a special team from Ministry of External Affairs, which includes 5 officers of National Intelligence Agency, who would not be having any special intelligence gathering equipments. Strategic Reconnaissance Agency has tasked the monitoring of this flight as a priority tasking so that if it was intercepted or attacked the Kingdom would know about it in real time.

On landing at Beijing Airport, the NIA officers would not alight from the plane.

The diplomatic mission at the Embassy of Cochin made their way to Beijing Airport in a convoy after getting due permission from Beijing Police. They would arrive at airport within minutes of the aircraft landing and within 30 minutes the last diplomat would enter the plane and the aircraft would start taxiing for take off. The plane shall not wait to be refueled.

It would then fly on the same course back to Hami and henceforth to Cochin City.

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Troops in Beijing would employ forward unmanned ground vehicles as they moved into the underground passages reaching the bunkers. Teams would equip these with automatic shot guns and .50 caliber machine guns to move across passages and search rooms before a force of elite troops would go room to room using scanners to detect remote activated explosives and thermosensors to engage any troops that might be waiting in ambush. Troops would be equipped with full chemical warfare gear for this operation as well and the UGVs were equipped with sensors to detect the use of gas: explosive, poisonous, or otherwise.

However, while the elite forces had pushed forward, supply trucks bringing in garrison troops would be having several nasty surprises, convoys moving into various parts would run into large mine fields and IEDs, and Juggernauts and mine clearing crews would have to be brought in to clear them. All in all several tons of supplies and approximately 500 troops were lost to mining and advancing into the eastern part of the city was severely hampered.

[b]Henan-Shaanxi Border:[/b]

The advance through Henan was now complete. Troops had setup full pontoon bridges on several areas of the Yellow River. The fight would now begin in Shaanxi province where the aim would be to do in the “dynasty” for good. 10000 troops would move into the Valley towards Xian with 600 Tanks, 100 Self Propelled Artillery, and 200 MLRS systems to begin the push on Xian proper.

Still outside the city proper, the troops would use much more lethal weapons that would not effect Xian’s priceless historical jewels and population. Artillery would make use of UAVs to find enemy forces as they took positions and shell them with airburst artillery shells and white phosphorous gas shells. MLRS rocket systems would fire napalm and high explosive rockets into enemy positions. Tanks would advance under this with infantry following behind them.

24 Sino-fighters would move to cover the advance; the stealth fighters would drop JDAM munitions on enemy missile and radar guided aircaft sites.

12 F-50s would use their jamming systems to block radar locks on forces operating in the area from the ground. They would also use long range missiles for stand off while staying away from AAA guns. 6 Tu-160S bombers would do a Mach 3 run on Xian Airbase dropping each a single large bomb on the air ways of the airport to crater it and deny the enemy air force the ability to launch again.

[b]Sichuan-Shaanxi Border:[/b]

Luckily airborne forces in Chongqing had been able to keep large parts of that city safe… the same could not be said for the rest of Sichuan. The province was in ruin. It was burning, satellites could see the fires from space. If this victory was too mean anything, China’s most populous province had too survive. As a result a good portion of the main force was kept back to deal with the fires… the enemy was routed, it was doubtful they could sustain a war. Besides there was only so manyroads that were passable.

600 tanks and 150 SP ART moved in from the South through the mountains. They would be supported by 4500 mountain infantry, 800 Airborne cavalry. This force would get aircover from the AC-130 gunships, which were now escorted by 12 F-50s doing jamming on missiles. The enemy was building AA guns in Xian, but they could engage the enemy that was still outside city proper pretty safely.

[b]The encirclement[/b]

The provinces of Hunan, Hubei, and Anhui were now completely cut off from the Articuno Army. Full scale invasions by 30, 000 troops into each province began to rapidly seize control of these provinces which had been unscathed by the war. The intention was to enter at such speed that it would stay that way.


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[b] Beijing [/b]

The troops in the bunker were each armed with M1014(Benelli M4 Super 90) shotguns for close combat. They were also separated room by room. Each room was blocked by 2-inch thick metal door and was booby trapped. Pressure tapped mines were placed randomly as well as IED's with miniature camera's watching the infiltrating soldiers. The camera was equipped with Night Vision and worked marvelous in these situations as nearly 15 IED's inside the bunker could be switched on, while the troops waited inside the metal doors. The doors were connected in a such a way that if opened by force, flashbang grenade's to temporally stun the infiltrators while the troops inside would get ready to fire their weapons. Each troop was also loaded with a pipe-bombs and steel balls each 3-7mm in radius and would be activated if short at. Each soldier was given one such vest. The plan was to destroy whatever they could while dying.


With the return of the Sichaun troops, soldiers in Xi'an were getting ready for the stand. News coming in said that an encirclement was in position and to break it would be hard. Little did the USC realize, even if they attack through the hills they would die, unless the use WMD's on the city, they couldn't get past this defense fortress. This once beautiful city was now rebel, deeply entrenched, completely mined with Anti-Personal and Anti-Tank mines. AA Guns placed all over and some militia within the buildings as well as snipers. Most of the soldiers looked over from the mountains in completely hidden bunkers and Machine Gun spots. As well as the Javelin's teams got ready for any aircraft coming their way. The remaining 90 Akash Missiles were also deployed getting ready for enemy aircraft if and when they flew over Xi'an. The Interim President, relaxed for the last few minutes before he would fight. Being a former Major in the UFE army, he knew how to handle his weapons. He was a sniper, and deployed himself in the Sniper Bunker 02. Out of the total of 15 hidden sniper bunkers, which had a total of 100 snipers looking over and the 20 Machine Gun Bunkers each with ammunition that could last 50 days of combat.

The defense of Xi'an was about to begin.

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It would not take them long to notice that their opponents were using suicide bombers. UGVs would manage to stop most of them before they got to the troops but a few managed too. Orders were now given to also bring in ultrasonic devices. These loud directed transmitters would emit an ear popping sound into rooms, as fragmentation grenades would be thrown in as well. UGVs would still be used for room clearance. The fact was simple. One side was using robots while the other side was using people. And in these close quarters without a lot of manuvering, the robot was better. The UGVs chemical sniffers also were able to find the booby trapped IEDs for the most part. Many of the robots were lost this way but they would call in for EOD UGVs, which were held back with troops, and this group would move to disable them.

With the streets being more or less clear, convoys now were moving into other areas of the city along “safe” routes. Much of the city was being now secured for the USC. Troops were shocked at the sheer devastation that the civil war between the Communists and this new regime had wrought. Restoring Beijing to its former glory would be no small task.

[b]Shaanxi (West Edge)[/b]:

As troops neared the city from the East, they had demolished their enemies out defenses in a firy inferno of weapons. Now things were about to get significantly harder as they were ordered not to use their most powerful weapons. Enough of China’s great treasures had burned because of the criminality of the enemy regime.


Forward division commanders launched UAVs to scout Xian’s outskirts. Titan artillery took aim.


Loud bangs were heard as 200 mm satellite guided artillery shells would pound the first bunkers and machine gun nests. The rumblings of main battle tanks would be heard as the Juggernauts rolled in. They would fire their BLOS (beyond line of site) cannons with chemical shells if they had a clear shot across to a bunker. Ordinance neutralizers would be used to help clear the tanks pathways, nevertheless several of the forward tank columns ran into mines. 10 main battle tanks and their crews were taken out by the attack. Infantry would be advancing slower, letting the armored spear units probe enemy defenses and their advance.

[b]Shaanxi (Southern Edge)[/b]:

The 150 Titan Artillery pieces would begin pounding the city from the Mountains in the South. UAVs were launched to provide information on enemy troop movements. That said, the artillery pieces were not getting very good firing angles like they were in the valleys. AC130s would fire off flares pounding a location with howitzer and chain gun fire as mountain infantry advanced using the natural terrain as cover along with mortars, whose higher angle of fire could be more effective. As the lock on warnings continued the AC-130s were forced to fly back to bases in Guizhou to refuel their countermeasures so they could move in the area successfully.

The advance was bloody. Taking the first hill 85 of 100 troops were either dead or wounded. Nevertheless the forces pressed on. Air cavalry had made further progress but those that strayed out of the F-50 flight’s electronic jamming zone were engaged by the enemy’s radar based missiles. 20 Helicopter gunships were downed before they could land troops and silence their targets.

Juggernauts also ran into trouble, the first column moving towards the city would be hit by IEDs that cause a road collapse losing three tanks and blocking off the road denying the armored forces a path into the city forcing them to relocate to another root.

[b]In the Skies[/b]:

Orca VOTLs were moved to a secured base in Henan, were 24 of them were refueled and rearmed for operations in Xian.

Over Xian 2 Squadrons of Vipers would strafe the city using anti-raditional missiles to hit the Akash launchers. Another group of 6 high altitude Tu-160s used cruise missiles to attack reported areas of high enemy resistance while they flew over Sichuan and Henan province.

[b]Elsewhere in China[/b]:

The three provinces of Anhui, Hunan, and Hubei had been secured. Sichuan was completely ablaze. Military flights were airlifting in firemen and pumper engine trucks sometimes at the expense of reserves and supply convoys for the offensive on Xian. If this province’s crop was lost, millions would die in a famine. That simply could not be allowed to happen.

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[b] Beijing [/b]

Beijing was over. There was no point in defending Beijing. Major Weng surrendered. He and twenty troops left alive surrendered to the USC forces. Not without burning all the computer systems and various documents left in this once great city. It was now worse then the state it was after it was attacked with Nuclear Weapons. There could be nothing salvaged. Everything had fallen. The Forbidden City was completely destroyed. The Business districts were smoldering, The PRC offices were destroyed because of all the mines, and the bunkers were nothing but crumpled steel. Dead bodies everywhere, the Major finally decided to surrender. He had done his nation proud.


Twenty Akash Missiles were destroyed while 25 more were launched at the incoming aircrafts. The Javelin teams entrenched deep within the mountains launched their weapons, it should have completely startled the USC troops. The anti-tank mines worked, while the Machine Gun Bunkers waited for the troops to come to a closer range. The Militia on the ground had not been given the command to fire just yet. They waited for the troops to move in pass the trenches. While the Mortar teams launched their shells from the roof's of the remaining buildings the rest were hiding.

When the USC soldiers moved into shooting range, the Interim President fired the first Sniper weapon. After that a whole volley of Sniper Weapons along with Machine guns were launched at the incoming USC troops, while the Militia still waited. Mortar Shells and Hand Grenades came in effect here, while the Snipers and Machine Guns would take out the back column, the militia would attack the front column's. Stun Grenades were thrown at the USC troops to halt their movement and making them easy targets for the Sniper. After about ten minutes of firing, the city silenced. All weapons were ordered to stop firing waiting for the USC's next move.

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The major and his troops were placed under arrest by military MPs. Had they not been taken in by the SPECTREs but rather the normal soldiers, it is likely they would have been machine gunned down in response to their actions... such was the fire raging in the hearts of the average Chinese soldier that day. That their own people could subject their civilization to such an awful mess.


The Vipers evaded the incoming missiles quite easily. The battle tested stealth fighter of the Rebel Army was fully prepared for dealing with the missiles. Orcas would now take to the skies firing off their chain guns as they moved towards targets angling to near hover level allowing for extreme accuracy. Anti-air sites would be lit up by 30 mm explosive round fire, ant air to ground bunker busting missiles would reign in on the enemy bunkers. The orcas would be prepared to break off rapidly after firing their ordinance and release flares to fool enemy missiles tracking them.

Snipers would have an effect but they would also have juggernaut tanks and titan artillery return fire. Troops would use acoustic triangulating anti sniper devices to locate the enemy position and give heavy guns their position. But it was a hard slaw advancing through the valley. 600 were dead already. 1000 wounded. Advances were screeching to a halt. Juggernauts would begin pushing through the main roads as supply convoys arrived for the MLRS launchers giving them more rockets to fire to cover the advance. They were airburst and bunker busting rockets, the bunker ones would obviously be used against bunkers, the airburst ones would be used against open air fortifications.

In the hills the fighting was even more brutal. they had pushed closer to the city but at brutal cost. 200 more were dead and supplies were starting to run thin. The call was made for tactical bombing air strike. Jets in secure territory were being armed for an all out assault on the Southern line in hopes of ending what was now a stalemate.

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[b] Mountains [/b]

The Snipers fired at the USC soldiers attacking from the mountains. The Bunkers opened and flamethrowers were used against the USC troops before the bunkers closed and the troops went back into hiding. The RPG's fired at the tanks while the mines continued to be activated. Satchel Charges were also used against the tanks to great effect. The trenches were lined with mines and various metal contraptions to make the infantry think twice about crossing such a trench. The Radars were activated and the RPG and Javelin missiles along with 5 Akash Missiles were launched at transport and supply convoys. Starving the USC soldiers was their main priority.

[b] Xi'an [/b]

The Militia were finally given the command to attack and they did so with great ferocity. Many RPG's hidden within the buildings were fired at the tanks and at least a hundred shells were fired at the Tanks with more Mortar shells being fired. IED's placed on the roads were activated. The Snipers returned their fire on the moving infantry while the Machine Guns turned their weapons onto the soldiers in the mountain. This day would be remembered as the Xi'an Massacre. Whether they lost or not, this would be a great defeat for the USC. They had lost more troops then themselves. A total of 75 Troops were lost on the mountains but more were killed. Eighty Akash Missile crew members were dead or injured due to deadly strikes on them by the USC air force.

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The shaped charge IEDs would be effective against tanks, RPGS somewhat less so. The layered composite armor, unlike steel thinner armor of medium older tanks, could take a lot of hits from RPGs before it was taken down, but still quantity would have an effect.

As the militia charged, the heavens erupted with the deadening roar of the USC airforce. Airburst bombs were dropped by Tu-160 bombers overtop of the charging line as infantry fell back towards the armored lines which opened up on the militia with merciless machine fun fire. USC troops then rushed back forward as another squadron of Orcas made a pass strafing and suppressing the enemy fire. USC troops fought building to building using their rifle butts and combat knives as often as close quarters. This was attrition warfare at its finest.

Titans pounded the enemies rear with airburst shells to further reduce the number for forces the enemies had in reserve. The real final push was yet to come though.

The skies of Xian now housed a powerful armada of 120 Vipers and an equal number of Sino-fighters. The stealth aircraft lit the place up like a Christmas tree. Their primary concentration was in the mountains. The stealth air armada delivered precision bombs onto the enemies fixed defenses at such a rapid speed the neither sides commanders would know how the fight was changing until it was all over. The juggernaut tanks having been repositioned on a new route were making use of their final supplies to push the enemy out of the mountain. With their air forces stunning precision bombing campaign the tanks would now use their ordinance neutralizers to clear mines and begin the rumbling towards the first villages on the South of Xian.

[b]Meanwhile in Taibei[/b]

X had been monitoring the situation closely in his warroom. Prime Minister Wei had wanted to hold onto what they had and offer a cease fire at this point. Kou was undecided as of yet, same as him. M believed they could end the war quickly by employing the M-51 hypersonic missile to great effect.

“We’ll destroy the terracotta army at minimum if we use just one of those weapons anywhere in the city!” Wei said exacerbated. “The M-51 would create a powerful kinetic blast by its force, but we have little choice. China will be reunified once the enemy realizes the sheer fire power of our resolve. We can win this without the use of nuclear weapons, the M-51 has enough kinetic power to do roughly the same damage as a tactical nuke but in a much more concentrated area.”

“It also has a tendency to create small earth quakes.” Kou said. “Chairman?” he asked.

“Hmm…” X said.

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The Militia charged ended with almost 6,000 Militia men dying. Little did the USC know this was not all that was left of the Aritcuno Army, another 25,000 Militia stood hidden within the mountains. The bunkers were heat proof'ed and could not be found by the USC aircrafts. The Command Bunker and nine other survived while six were destroyed, and three of the sniper towers were destroyed. Another four-hundred troops perished in the mountains due to the air attacks but the Army stood its ground. As the troops dropped hell from the sky, the Articuno troops unleashed hell on the USC infantry. The Air attacks couldn't go on for long, the ground troops were being heavily attacked from two sides of the valley instead of just one this time. The other secret bunkers opened fire at the repositioned tanks and all hell broke lose. At the centre of all this action was a bomb made of 200 Kilograms of RDX. It was lobbed into the USC camp and exploded immediately. The effects should be devastating.

The Sniper bunker with the Interim President was intact. He had seen his men die, his citizens perish to the might of the USC. But hell broke lose on the ground. Articuno had all the key points of the field and could kill the USC troops from any side. He announced through a mic that reverberated all around the valley. He announced an offer of white peace otherwise more USC troops would be killed.

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The explosion was massive. 1000 troops were effected by the blast, the exact number of killed and wounded were unknown at the time. Forces were running low on supplies now. The choice had to be made. Use the M-51 to end the fight, hold the line for reinforcements to arrive. Or retreat.... this was the decision of the Chairman.

A transmission was sent to the bunker of the President of the enemy. The Chairman had terms for a cease fire.

"Mr. President. This is President X of the United States of China. I would like to formally propose a cease fire and the negotiations of an armistice. It is not my desire to destroy my beloved civilization in order to save it. Do you agree to a temporary cease fire?" he said.

Off the line the Chairman had given the order. If Xian refused to negotiate, they would use the M-51, if they did negotiate satisfactory terms, the USC would regroup and concentrate on rebuilding part of China for now.

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The Chairman's helicopter arrived under tight security. He would be moved to the bunker in one of the USCs most well armored command vehicles. The Sound of the airforce circling overhead in the clouds could be heard. The message was clear, if the Chairman was harmed, the USC would turn the enemy into a crater. Entering into the bunker he offered his hand to the President of the Articuno Islands.

"I am President X of the United States of China. Shall we begin?" he asked.

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The bunker had one light and was sealed the moment President X and his armed guards walked in. The President himself had armed body guards.

"We shall begin. The room is sealed, I have one request, let all our guards place their guns on the ground and lock it to make sure not one bullet is fired during this meeting."

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"Agreed." he said signaling his men to move their weapons into the locker. He himself removed a ornate pistol and handed it to one of his guards.

"Let us begin business. I propose the following terms. The ceding of the provinces of Hebei, Henan, Shandong, Guizhou, Hunan, Hubei, Sichuan, Anhui. Additionally the municipal regions of Tianjin, Beijing, and Chongqing. This reflects the current line of battle." he said.

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Keshav removed his pistol and handed it over to his guard.

"No. Those provinces will stay with us. What we are willing to offer is Sichuan, Guizhou, Hunan, Hubei, Chongqing and what is left of Guangxi under our control. Hong Kong shall revert to our control and Anhui and Henan reverts to our control as well as a ceasefire."

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