Erich Honecker Posted June 2, 2010 Report Share Posted June 2, 2010 (edited) OOC: Oceanic Union nations are welcome to post IC, no OOC (besides this) IC: Broadcasted Speech by Unus Air Force Commander Joseph Mckinley: [i]"(crackling)..The rise of the Mundocracy saw the welcoming of new citizens as well as the departure of ill meaning and potentially threatening refugees who found shelter beyond the borders of this great nation. Let us make it clear beyond any reasonable excuse that we are at war with these malicious refugees and as a matter of national security will seek any means necessary to see to it that the selected threat is neutralized. We have done everything in our power, to secure any and all threating presences residing in this nation but our efforts would be in vein if we did not irradicate every last trace of such from Our Island! Hail to Victory!.."[/i] The Commander had established a name for himself as an aggressive supporter of his party and devout follower of the "occult" preachings of a new age and world order. He hid not this reputation in this particular speech; his nation was endangered and he had recieved his orders.. Under the cover of night 3 strategic bombers take off for Samarinda City, selected for providing refuge for several [i]"Severe Targets[/i]". They where armed with heavy bombing as well as recon and observatory equipment. Their flight continued in radio silence from the U.M. border onwards to Samarinda. Unus Jets where on the ready to scramble should they be called for and developing details on the mission where fed rapidly to Olexander himself and the Unus military staff. A quick and simple letter was dictated and sent to the member nations of the Oceanic Union: [code] We have identified the location of several escaped fugitives within the taget city of: Samarinda. We ask that the Union support our endevours for security and we alert you now to actions being taken by our military in its defence.[/code] [img]http://narrowwayministries.files.wordpress.com/2009/08/b-52-strategic-bomber-1955.jpg[/img] Edited June 2, 2010 by Erich Honecker Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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