Campaign Report 02-13-09

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Welcome to the first edition of the new "Campaign Report". These reports are designed to give players a more detailed AAR on what happened over the past week in-game. The format and sections will be undergoing some changes as we sort out how best to present new information to you all. We'll also use this section to address issues or concerns the community might have about the progress of the war, game management and a variety of other topics.

FROM THE DESK OF THE AXIS COMMANDER IN CHIEF:

Last battle on the western front, our troops were pushing the Allies to Dunquerque. Our inteligence unit reported British freighters moving to the French coast to try to save the British Expeditionary Force.
Important atacks have been succesful, for example, Veurne, St Quentin , Roubaix and Tourcoing, La Fere and Neuvillete are now axis, leper Popering have been liberated as well.
Our morale grows everyday.  The Axis machine is returning, it seems, to the old days when our glory and teamwork forged the Axis legend.
Thanks to all playerbase that let us achieve this teamwork.
KEEP UP THE GOOD JOB!
Don't let the Allies rebuild!!
We can do it!!
GO AXIS GO!!!!
 
 
Player of the Week:
Cuda4406: With more than 300 caps , showing us how important capture skills are.  No caps = No cities!

Officer of the Week:
KJ: An officer that has grown to attain brilliant skills at leading, taking map OIC when needed and leading playerbase at all times.

 
 

Keep the good job mates, we are closer to victory every day, we only need a final push!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

S!

-Toro15, CinC

 

FROM THE DESK OF THE ALLIED COMMANDER IN CHIEF:

On the good side we’ve been able to hold the same ground since last week, on the bad side, we haven’t been able to make progress beyond the line from last week. Our numbers have been down and we haven’t been able to achieve enough of an advantage to press the attack and open up a hole to exploit. There have been several instances of great leadership and involvement. There were several organized and massive paratrooper drops that rallied the troops, but the position of the enemy made it hard to achieve any breakthrough

Allied Player of the Week:
Nelson - It doesn’t matter what’s required. This soldier is always found on target. He runs interdiction, floats boats, flies planes, and gets it done on the ground as well. He communicates regularly with HC and Tactical OIC’s. He is a considerable asset to the allied side.

 

Allied Officer of the Week:
Monsjoex – He’s been all over the place. Whether its been on defense or attacks. He’s in there leading and getting the job done. Displaying a "Never say die!" attitude, defending and attacking FBs and running around St Quentin like a maniac.  Mons is always proactive instead of reactive – and an asset to the Allies.

 

PROMOTIONS/RETIREMENTS

BEF
Cavalier – Retired
Ltlcloud – Retired
USMC83 – Retired
Sh0wt1me – Retired
Hippie – to XXO of 4e-101r
Simpson – to XXO of 4e-104e
Ness - to XXO of 2ème DN-A 22e
Luke777 - to XXO of 1 Re DLD

AFR
None at this time

BEF Awards
Axis Denied Knight Cross
HARPO

Legion of Merit
Quizno

Finally on a personal note – Congratulations to British Forces Commander Silky on his WEDDING this week.

 

Thanks Guys

- LTIBBS, CinC

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