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chrisswim
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

from Romeo 9, we are unable to make it out, we ran ground in these uncharted waters. We need assistance. we ask for rescue.
NK SSN Romeo 9 asks for Asylum.
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There is not a fleet here. It is one FFG, the Baron Radcliffe, Type 23 frigate. There are 2 planes in the area and helicopter from out ship in International waters. We are here under freedom of navigation rights.
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As for survivors from your ocean liner, the coast guard and private citizens are taking care of them. Many should be on shore as this time being taken care of with change of clothes, blankets, food, and medical attention including free Rx prescriptions for your old people.
. We will leave when we are good & ready and not before.
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From Naval Base at Nuvuut, to Canadian task force and Battleship Capitain, You are welcome to charter some flights of air craft to pick up the tourists and staff from the Ocean Liner Poseidon II. Please return the North Korean SSN Romeo 9 to the Commonwealth fleet.
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To reporters in press briefing, "There have been over 4000 people rescued and brought to Greenland. They are having their needs addressed, they are being processed and evaluated in terms of medical conditions and certainly any injuries that occurred during the sink of the Poseidon II. The sinking of the cargo ship there are some injuries to the crew. IT is a hardship. From the other two cargo ships, which one was military, supplies and equipment have been delivered. So, that is working as it should. Some equipment set up. although since the cargo ship was sunk, missing much of the needed supplies and equipment for NS Nuvuut. But we are able to make due", said Admiral Jonesy.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Radio communication on open frequency: The Commonwealth of Chrisdom will grant asylum to romeo 9 and its crew.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2018 9:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Canadian task force commander ordered the NK SSG Romeo 9 to leave their waters or be sunk. The Sub Capt. was not sure that the task force knew where he was... but why take a chance. Asked for Asylum from the Commonwealth.
Capt Huron replied that Asylum would be granted if they made it to international waters. The FFG Radcliffe continued to sail south to take the Canadian naval group off target, out of the area. As SSGN was on the scene, and a DDG Burke Class out of Nuvuut with a few support ships in the group. The Romeo was detected coming out, All defense systems were operating. the Romeo was shallow as instructed in the N. Korean dialect.
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Romeo made it out surfacing as exiting the Canadian waters and crew scurried out on deck. A sub tender came along starboard side while a supply ship on the port side of the sub. Tying off, Teams went in to examine the ship with sub-machine guns and technicians. The officers were led through the submarine, with the inspection crews and techs.
The Capt did not like being treated that way and said so to a Korean linguist. Want to make sure there are not surprises. Have a complete survey of the sub as it was being towed out to sea. The sub was taken to port at Nuvuut. Further examination ensued. The crew were taken to the Gym to get cleaned up and fed. All asked for political asylum except for 8 crew members. All were questioned.
. We are expecting a call from the Korean Minister of State or Defense.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2018 11:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The RCN task force has since returned back to there base in Halifax. but the strange mystery still remains, why did a North Korean sub travel all the way to the Atlantic just to seek asylum?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2018 11:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ask dur fearless leader, Kim Yuk Ill.
The Asylum was to save their butts so they did not get sunk, and DIE.
they sunk two ships, why, go to first line above.
Maybe, it was suspected that there was some Chinese equipment on a cargo vessel that they did not want to get to Greenland the North Korea and/or Canada wanted to prevent from entering Greenland.
Maybe the ship Capt took the submarine Capt's wife/daughter and ran away....
Maybe, it was a set up by CoC to sink an old freighter to have everyone look that way when something else happens....
Maybe, it was a set up by Canada with North Korea to set this up, to cause rancor and destruction or to kill some of their own people on the Poseidon II that are against the leadership of Canada.... .
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For us, the CoC, we have an attack submarine to examine, perhaps keep. All the equipment, systems, etc.
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Please send transport to Nuvuut, Greenland for your passengers and staff of Poseidon II.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2018 1:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Boeing CC-137 transports are on there way to Greenland to pickup the passengers from the stricken liner and return them home.

Meanwhile in Canada, the violent rioting at the ROD buildings has since ended, over 300 people where arrested, but fortunately no one was hurt.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is UCBC News the National here is Dale Mansbridge, "Good evening the Unified Canadian Government after a weeks worth of discussion about Cannabis in the New Canada it was decided that it should be illegal, and efforts are made to impose a ban on all sale and uses of the plant in the country, (Canadian official): "it was a tough decision to make but in the end Marijuana proved to be more of a danger to public health and safety then its benefits and thus we had to ban its use". (Dale Mansbridge) "The ban will be in place at the start of the new year".

"Meanwhile at the shipyards in Vancouver a Illustrious class carrier has arrived in order to be drydocked and undergoing inspections for potentially being refitted into the RCN, the carrier formerly called the NDAS Trumpeter Swan will be listed as the HMCS Sliver Dart (CV-300)".
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2018 10:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kanananskis Country in the Rockies can not belong to a Canada such as this.

The harvest has been very good this year and no one will take that away from us Cool
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kanananskis Country, im sure you must realize the importance of such a ban on Cannabis, its to ensure the health and safety of all Canadian citizens, and to reduce the amount of crime associated with that drug.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 2:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is UCBC News the National here is Dale Mansbridge "Good afternoon, relations between Canada and the ROD has deteriorated after a Incident on board the ROD Carrier Fury, the incident was the result of the RCN pilots blocked the Catapult launch and staging a protest while out on maneuvers in the Sea of Japan, the protests started after the island nation agreed to allow the CofC to use there bases for that nations airforce, this is not the first time a protest was held on a carrier, in 1949 thirty two aircraft handlers from the HMCS Magnificat staged a protest over some grievances, fortunately the captain of that ship acted with great sensitively to defuse the situation, but in this case the ROD acted harshly and ordered the Canadian personal out of the Fury and are no longer welcome on there ships ever again, currently the Canadian aircraft and personal are now on a cargo ship heading back to Vancouver".

"In related news the ROD embassy workers and Ambassadors have left Canada as a result of the incident, the ROD Ambassador was upset over the protests and complaints that keep cropping up in the country. today both ROD Embassy buildings are now empty and there fate is unknown".
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 5:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Un-detected and no other transits detectedKorean SSN located 6 miles infront of the bow of the cargo vessel, watching the most amazing thing.... cranes lifting planes off of a ROD carrier putting them on a cargo ship.
Zerqo Hwang, keep our distance with the cargo ship, we can follow it. Let me know if any other sub, ship, plane comes around.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 6:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

With the Aircraft and Personal secured the Cargo ship MV Stanley Park plots a course for Vancouver BC.
(Cargo ship Crewmen): "Well you Royal Canadian Navy Flyboys Really messed up this joint exercise big time eh?".

(CF-18 Pilot): Yea to be fair this exercise was screwed from the beginning, I can't believe those Spotted lap dogs would stab us Canadians in the back like that, having the CofC over here to help out with the operations aginest those Imperial Carriers, Better Dead then Dom eh?".

(CF-14 Pilot): Well its not like things are going to get any worse right?".

Meanwhile high above the Pacific Ocean, a RCN Short Sunderland flying boat from the escort squadron is observing the MV Stanley Park as she steams back home.

(Radar Operator):" Im picking up something on radar 6 miles from the stern of cargo ship sir". (Radio): "What is it?" (Radar Operator): "Looks like...yep its a submarine sir". (Radio):"warn the cargo ship to due a Zig Zag pattern and call in the Destroyers to intercept".

The Destroyers HMCS Terra Nova, and the HMCS Kootenaty raced to intercept the sub.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 6:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

On the North Korean SSN, Capt, we have detected a large prop plane flying near, here in the middle of the ocean.. Its started to take an arc around us, its closing in....
They required that the Romeo 9 leave Canadian waters.... Now CoC has that sub. My brother is on that sub, just glad he was not on Romeo 14.
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Fire the 4 torpedoes, Fire.
..... 1... 2.... 3..... 4.... a few minutes for torpedo to target....
6-7 minutes to impact
The sub went deep below the thermo-cline layer.different direction.
.... boom,... boom.... boom... boom.
then increase speed for 10 minutes, then slowed... changed direction. listening
Freighter sinks in 8-9 minutes...
change direction, hears it breaking up as its passed the thermo-cline layer.
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On the surface, life boats and rafts in the cold, cold waters of the Pacific are hundreds of pilots and the few dozen crew of the freighter.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 7:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

(Short Sunderland Pilot): "Damn it they sunk the MV Stanley Park, order the ships to pick up survivors, drop depth charges on the subs current location".

The Sunderland begins dropping depth charges.

Back on the HMCS Terra Nova the surviving pilots from the sunken freighter are picked up and taken to the Medical bay for hypothermia treatment.

(CF-18 Pilot): "What the hell just happened eh was that the ROD?"

(CF-14 Pilot): "I told you things could get much worse, get us back to Canada now."

The Escort Squadron makes there way back to Canada under full steam.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2018 7:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Fury launches all 8 S-3Bs from VS-41 to search for the submarine, but they are unable to locate it. SH-60F helicopters from HCS-45 are available for rescue missions should the Canadian crews need assistance.
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