jansued

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  1. Hallo zusammen! Well, you asked for it: 1. At first I want to support the moderators in enforcing the rules (although it hit me at FRAGO #2). Please proceed in this way... 2. I don't play / build to win. But it is not motivating to build nice MOC's and then still to loose cause some team members - forever reasons they have - don't participate. You may say this is a team problem but I think we should invent a rule like: Missing two campaign builds in a row should be seen as an act of betrayal and the individual has to be shot, banned and forced to use Megabloks. Or something similar. 3. I like the very open way of the campaign builds. But from time to time there should be also sidebuilds etc. with a very exact description of what we/you want to see. Eperienced builders will have no problem with that but it will an challenge for not that experienced builders. So the overall goal to make better builds will be achieved. 4. To make it a little bit easier, I would allow that the vehicles etc from the last campaing builds can be re-used in the side builds. 5. Sometimes I would include the climate zone and terrain in the campaign rules.. Some examples: Campaign Build Alpha (Open): Show a military operation where different parts of your military work together to achieve an tactical goal (Infantry / Armor / Navy / Air). This must take place at winter time (snow etc.) Side build Alpha One (open): Show a military checkpoint at one of your major roads. It must include at least one vehicle and the arrest of one suspect. Side Build Alpha Two (Detailed): Show exact the moment when one of the enemy tanks is hit by one of your anti-tank rockets! Side Build Alpha Three (Vehicle): Your military needs a new armored amphibous landing vehicle. It should have place for 10 soldiers and be able to defend himself against all kinds of threats.
  2. Well, 1 Point is better than nothing. Forgot to tell about the house, sorry.
  3. After the Secretary General of BoN requested Internatinon Assistance for the Floodings in Studica, Armed Forces and Civil Defense Units from all kind of organisations were formed together to the Flood Rescue Task Force consisting of 10 medium LCAC from the CoST Marines Corps with additional Personal from the Coast Guard (Light power boats), Fire Service Specialists for Swift Water Rescue, a Medical Team from an Forward Operating Base and even civilian divers which offered the help. Due to the high winds, our helicopters NH90 C couldn't start, so the rescue effort would be mainly done through the LCAC. P7050076 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr With the Swiftwater team in standby, the powerboat left the LCAC and went for the rescue of an old lady and her nephew from a flooded home. P7050077 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Not only the humans were rescued, in this case we had to save also several dogs and pets. P7050072 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr To avoid unnecessary conflicts, we reached an agreement with COAC-Members that in this case military verhicle could operate in COAC member states. No heavy arms were allowed and our vehicles had to be marked with orange stripes. P7050063 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr The rescue operation is still ongoing and we are awaiting the surely overwhelming response by COAC states....
  4. In the name of our proud nation and on behalf of our ambassador Chuck Dizzle, the Commonwealth of the Southern Territories, Police Commissioner Trommel is declaring our will to assist. [jansued] P6030676 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr "Beside all struggles, offering help to those in need should be a normal human reaction. We are willing to mobilize our civil defense units and military assets to provide any kind of support"
  5. On the map there are only the MAIN roads. I pointed out that this is a smaller road... ;-)
  6. LFB by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr
  7. Thank you honorable judges! I hope I can uphold this level - it took some time ;-)
  8. I knew you would like it ;-)
  9. Bild1 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Bild2 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Bild3 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Bild4 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Bild6 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Thx to Mr. Reagan and Mr. Mattis for their inspirational quotes...
  10. Veeeeery nice tank!!!
  11. Nice use of that orange thingie... ;-)
  12. Givin' them hard times... Well done!
  13. Your are welcome. No offense. Oh, wait. It is an offense...
  14. cp21 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Legon Map, E6. Deep within the Freedom Mountains, CoST maintains a small border checkpoint ( codename Grey Gate)near one of their civil aviation radar towers for supporting trade with their neighbors. But in the last weeks tensions rised. It all started with a car ramming the barrier. Then single shots we fired. Investigation revealed that a group of right-wing criminals from Plantasea were responsible for the attacks, hoping to shut down the border - and to do their own business. The border cops (Zoll) and people living nearby starting to get nervous so High Command decided to fortify the checkpoint. An old bunker was reopened, a massiv new barrier was installed, concrete walls protected the border installations and a above all, a heavily armed SWAT Team of the Border Protection Agency was put on high alert. Following the Declaration of war by Filace, High Command also decided to put Quick Reaction Task Forces on 24/7 at several key points in CoST. The 1st Gebirgsjägerkommando (Mechanized Mountaineer Infantry) was given this task for the area of the Freedom Mountains, covering D5 to E6. The Gebirgsjäger are very experienced and tough troops, using special tactics and ready to fight in the in rough surroundings. A very wise decision..... In the early morning hell break loose at Grey Gate. Around 20-30 armed gang members attacked the checkpoint in several waves, using assault rifles, grenades, RPG and mortars. 23 y/o Border Protection Agent Peter Zimmerman who was at duty this morning took cover and immeadetly requested the SWAT Team. To his aid came Karl Wahmhoff, an 69 y/o farmer with his old K98 Carabiner who was working in a field nearby and also Anthony Chomley, a mechanic working at the radar tower. Those three heroes defended the checkpoint for 30 Minutes, until the SWAT arrived. Even then, Mortar fire intensified and the old border wall and the Checkpoint himself were hit. Agent Zimmermann was wounded, but kept on fighting. IMG_9567 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Border Protection SWAT securing the Checkpoint Then the SWAT came under heavy fire and requested support. Due to the circumstances of this "Gang Attack" High Command alerted the Gebirgsjägerkommando which responded with their QRTF and arrived within one hour at Grey Gate. Defensive Positions were established and heavy weaponry was set up. IMG_9570 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Agent Zimmerman was treated by a nurse from the nearby village. IMG_9546 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr On top of the radar tower, a recon sniper team was deployed using a HK MSG90 A1. Their intel was very useful in coordinating fire. IMG_9557 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Right in front of the checkpoint, the Infantry Fighing Vehicle (IFV) "PUMA A2" delivered deadly blows with its stabilized 35mm MK3 - ABM Canon and Air Burst Ammunition to the criminals who tried to hide themselves from the deadly fire behind rocks and trees. P5300660 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr IMG_9551 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr The Gebirgsjägergruppe (Mountaineers Squad, heavy infantry) took positions in the nearby buildings: - On the roof of the old bunker, a HK GMW 2 (Granatmaschinenwaffe) IMG_9556 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr - At the damaged wall, a TOW BGM 71 H (bunker buster missiles or EFP ammunition) IMG_9572 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr IMG_9552 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr - A classic M2HB on an ATV Additionally, a Mini CRAM (Phalanx MK 30) provided cover against any attack with mortar and artillery strikes IMG_9582 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr Shortly after the Gebirgsjäger joined the firefight, the enemy retreated hastely. Talking the Platoon Commander in the Tank via Intercom the Squad Leader reports his findings: IMG_9588 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr It seems as we cleared the scene, Sir. I saw some dead and injured enemies left behind, the rest was running for their life. We won't go after them - this would be seen as an invasion. Those enemies were not very well trained, fire precision was close to a stormtrooper level. Their apparearance was also strange: They looked more like some nerds from a Star Trek convention, some had kinda parade uniforms, some had fire helmets on. Very strange. And Sir, one final word: An old man, a mechanic and a cop fought like elite soldiers and threw back the enemy. This is truly amazing.... IMG_9542 by Jan Südmersen, auf Flickr