Campaign Report - AXIS - 04-03-09

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An excerpt from the desk of the Axis Commander-in-Chief:  Map is alive. It’s a variable,two-color snake that creeps over Europe that gobbles lives and material like the mythical Dragon. And we are its blood, its flames, and its anger.  Axis forces pushed the enemy out of our motherland, reaching Luxemburg, gaining towns all around the Nettersheim area and pushing the enemy very far from vital factories.

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FROM THE DESK OF THE AXIS COMMANDER IN CHIEF:

Map is alive. It’s a variable two-color snake that creeps over Europe that gobbles lives and material like the mythical Dragon. And we are its blood, its flames, and its anger.

Axis forces pushed the enemy out of our motherland, reaching Luxemburg, gaining towns all around the Nettersheim area and pushing the enemy very far from vital factories.

A great award has been forged by Xl2dylar for the happenings and every soldier that took part on the battle can wear it with pride.

I was there. Kamiman was moving divisions to accomplish the plan. KGW, led by Aj1874, prepared a special operation and lots of young soldiers joined in with their enthusiasm and preparation.

It was a great push, one that attained most of the targets and went beyond the initial targets, expulsing the enemy.

The front was left broken all around and one Allied division didn’t receive the order to retreat. They were covering Monschau / Spa area, with Stavelot being their link with their own forces.

Axis Brigades pounded the town badly. More and more resources were sent to the battlefield and airplanes filled the skies. Soldiers set up ATGs and break points, while panzers tried to roll the enemy. Both sides suffered heavy casualties during the four hour battle effort. Woooha! :-)

Axis forces regained Hallschlag Airfield as the Allies started to retreat, leaving behind a lot of guns and material. Every soldier had a good target to achieve, where the enemy was defending with determined decision. Skirmishes all around the roads of Stavelot and Malmedy.

In the end, the enemy escaped our grasp.  Well done Allied forces... wow! They saved the front for sure, and damn great job Axis forces, fighting so well. I am proud of every single one of you.

Promotions within OKW:

Kriegsmarine
Viper82 promoted to 5. Kriegsschhiffgruppe XO
Galoobs promoted to 2. Angriffsdivision Commander
Germany promoted to 1. Angriffsdivision XXO

12. Armee:
Pel - promoted to XVIII.Armeekorps CO
Lafleur - promoted to XVIII ArmeeKorps XO
Rcngrunt - promoted to XVIII Armeekorps XXO  
Ssgtvrab - promoted to 17.ID CO
Palmuzz - promoted to 17.ID XO
Praevus8 - promoted to 17ID XXO
Alexded - promoted to 1.PD XXO   
Ang101 - promoted to 1.PD KG1 CO
Shamus1 - promoted to 1.PD KG2 CO 
Klunk - promoted to 17.2 XO

Officer of the week:
Bersi: This excellent officer has been providing support for Luftwaffe for a long time. He is always checking and giving more pool and airplanes to our forces. He is the officer in charge of the Luftwaffe much of the time, and he is always preparing missions, giving air support, cover and whatever to provide ground forces the help needed. His lead on the field has increased the LW numbers and fun, helping definitively on the Axis side victories.

Player of the week:
Matamor: Leading his men to the battle: Opel, sapper, sniper, panzer, 232, defense, attack, air, land, paratrooper... always ready for helping on P1, defending D1 or starting a new fight. Matamor (who always reminds me of Santiago Matamoros, a Spanish patron saint) is a valuable soldier who has been fighting non stop regaining for his side and for his men many valuable towns.



Congrats, gentlemen!

S!

- Fiambre, Axis CinC

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