Cause and Effect
It's been a while since our last post, but we have been very busy at the Conglomerate and have a lot to share about it.
Recently the Conglomerate has been engaged in a series of battles of control of sections of San Andreas under the United Military Association's SIRAD. As it stands currently, the UAFC is undefeated in it's quest for turf and continues to build rapport among the foes it has sparred with so far. One of the battle reports follows:
UAFC forces surrounded and engaged forces from Fallen Eagles military in a swift and decisive battle. Armored and Mechanized Infantry units from the UAFC Army and Marine Corps sieged the enemy encampment at Sandy Shores Airfield and moved in a "blitzkrieg" style fashion, moving quickly and rapidly taking no casualties during the ensuing battle. Aviators from the Marine Corps and Navy were successful in establishing aerial supremacy over the battlespace. Friendly pilots lost no aircraft and were able to perform successful close air support and air interdiction missions without interference from the enemy combatants.
The UAFC also started a reorganization of it's major commands as we consolidate our forces. STRICOM recently hit a major milestone, reaching over 200 members in the main STRICOM Club, prompting STRATCOM to reopen the 156th Airborne Division (TRICAP). While ceremonies are still being planned to celebrate this achievement, COL Patton has begun work restructuring the 21st Armored Brigade Combat Team and more information will be shared when it's available.
We have a lot more to share soon.
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