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ATCO General Summit(Closed RP)

A staging-point for declarations of war and other major diplomatic events. [In character]
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ATCO General Summit(Closed RP)

Postby Ascoobis » Wed Mar 09, 2016 2:08 am

The American Treaty Coalition Organization Summit


It is the mid 1930's and the crises of the world surround the ATCO on all sides, some far more urgent and delicate than others. In order to devise a grand, unified, and effective strategy to confront these challenges, Emperor Carlos Jimenez has called for a summit of the ATCO's nations to discuss foreign threats, the ongoing Great Depression, and other issues that may arise. The Summit is scheduled to take place at the Imperial Palace, near Darkmount, Ascoobis. The Emperor will awaiting the attendees in a large conference room near the Octogonal Office. The guests will be given the opportunity to arrive either by car or by airplane, which will be able to land on the Emperor's personal runway less than a mile from the Imperial Palace.

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RP Rules
RULES
  • No Godmodding(I don't see how this would occur at a diplomatic meeting, but I'm putting it out there.)
  • No Metagaming
  • No OOC Insults or Fighting
  • No weapons discharged or used to threaten, please.
  • No murdering other attendees
  • Guards are permitted as escorts ONLY
  • ONLY CoDN AND ATCO ALLOWED
  • Let's be realistic for the time period
  • Have fun!

If you have a problem with the list, want to make an exception, and/or want to add anymore rules, please TG me. :)
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Postby United Canadian Republic » Fri Mar 11, 2016 8:55 am

Chancellor Junever Heria, the Canadian Defense Director, the Canadian Trade Director, and the Canadian Monetary Director all land in an airplane on the Emperor's personal runway.

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Postby Republic of Washinton » Fri Mar 11, 2016 6:09 pm

President Lewis arrives in Darkmount, Ascoobis to attend the ATCO conference. He is accompanied by the General Secretaries of Defense and State to help address the issues that must be dealt with at the conference.

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Postby Ascoobis » Fri Mar 11, 2016 7:14 pm

United Canadian Republic wrote:Chancellor Junever Heria, the Canadian Defense Director, the Canadian Trade Director, and the Canadian Monetary Director all land in an airplane on the Emperor's personal runway.

An armored limousine immediately arrived at the airport to drive the Canadian and Washintonian Delegacies to the Palace. After which, it swerved its way past the airport's various runways and squadrons of Bf 109s onto the main road leading to the Palace several hundred meters away. As it entered the Palace's front courtyard through the main gateway, two unusually large tanks were seen flanking this entrance. To the Delegacy, it could have been taken for a larger variation of the widespread Panzer I, however, all that could be seen that could identify the mysterious vehicle would be the large Roman Numeral 'II' on the side armor. When the limousine arrived at front of the large palace, yet another pair of these mystery tanks was encountered. Imperial Guards, which are mainly D.R.E.A.D. Agents, walk over to aid the delegates out of the car and escort them to the conference room. Where the Emperor awaits.

The Emperor's Personal Airport

A Ju 52 airliner arrives onto the de-facto air force base. Upon a safe landing, the representatives of most Ascoobian arms companies, which the government owns the majorities of, walk out to an awaiting limousine to attend the ATCO Conference and propose their designs and ideas to the Emperor and his allies.
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Postby North Amwell » Fri Mar 11, 2016 10:19 pm

Amwells president Harrison and defense Minister Puller land on the airway and are surprised by the effiency and looks of the airport. This is a welcoming and leads the president to believe the visit will be productive and Well.

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Postby Ascoobis » Sat Mar 12, 2016 11:51 pm

North Amwell wrote:Amwell's president Harrison and defense Minister Puller land on the airway and are surprised by the efficiency and looks of the airport. This is a welcoming and leads the president to believe the visit will be productive and Well.

As soon as the Amwellan Delegacy's plane landed and had come to a halt, yet another identical limousine appeared onto the runway and admitted both Amwellans before making its way to the Palace and coming to a stop and parking directly behind the limousines of the previous two groups. Of the nations that were known to attend, only Cerma's remained unaccounted for.
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Postby Cerma » Sun Mar 13, 2016 1:59 pm

"Imperial Tower, this is Mission One. On final." A Cerman white Fander DS-10 moves to final and touches down on the Ascoobian runway, the engines winding down and the aircraft coming to a walking speed, taxiing to the designated area.
"Roger Imperial Tower, this is Mission Two,we are cleared to land." Following the aircraft's landing, a second aircraft follows the Cerman aircraft in. A grey C-4 Cargo aircraft, commonly used in Cerma's military. 'Cerman Air Force' is labeled on the side of the plane as it touches down and follows the white aircraft. The doors opened and stairs deployed on the DS-10 while the C-4's Rear doors swung open. The Chief Representative and his staff file out of the DS-10, the Director of Defense and the Army Command Staff out of the C-4.
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Postby Ascoobis » Mon Mar 14, 2016 12:54 am

Cerma wrote:"Imperial Tower, this is Mission One. On final." A Cerman white Fander DS-10 moves to final and touches down on the Ascoobian runway, the engines winding down and the aircraft coming to a walking speed, taxiing to the designated area.
"Roger Imperial Tower, this is Mission Two,we are cleared to land." Following the aircraft's landing, a second aircraft follows the Cerman aircraft in. A grey C-4 Cargo aircraft, commonly used in Cerma's military. 'Cerman Air Force' is labeled on the side of the plane as it touches down and follows the white aircraft. The doors opened and stairs deployed on the DS-10 while the C-4's Rear doors swung open. The Chief Representative and his staff file out of the DS-10, the Director of Defense and the Army Command Staff out of the C-4.

Just as with the other delegates, a limousine was kept in wait near the runway until the two airplanes landed. Pressed for time, it made quick stops by the two nearby foreign planes to retrieve their diplomats. The limousine then proceeded to drive to the Palace taking the same route as the other identical limousines.

Meanwhile, Ascoobian airmen and airport workers were working on carefully placing the various aircraft in large hangers until the conclusion of the Summit.

Now that all of his guests had arrived, Emperor Jimenez had thought it best to rush outside to greet them personally before getting down to the business of their summit. With much haste, he made his way outside to greet the dignitaries.
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Postby North Amwell » Mon Mar 14, 2016 9:04 pm

President Harrison is surprised the emperor would greet them outside but is glad but with tensions starting to rise around the world he is eager to begin talks with the other countries.

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Postby Ascoobis » Tue Mar 15, 2016 11:06 pm

North Amwell wrote:President Harrison is surprised the emperor would greet them outside but is glad but with tensions starting to rise around the world he is eager to begin talks with the other countries.

Emperor Jimenez went up to greet the puzzled Harrison. Thanking him and the other dignitaries for making the very long journey to attend this meeting. Afterward, he invited them inside the moderately furnished mansion to a lightly decorated, well lit conference room to begin the discussions on the worries involving this diverse organization. Before he sat down at the round table, he apologized for skipping many of the formalities that came with these sort of meetings, but explained that it would be a more efficient expenditure of all of their time if they got down to business immediately.

Hoping that his rather feeble apology for straying from normal diplomatic procedure was accepted, the Emperor began. "Now that we're all here, what would we consider to be the most urgent manner to discuss on this day?"
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Postby Republic of Washinton » Wed Mar 16, 2016 6:29 pm

Ascoobis wrote:
North Amwell wrote:President Harrison is surprised the emperor would greet them outside but is glad but with tensions starting to rise around the world he is eager to begin talks with the other countries.

Emperor Jimenez went up to greet the puzzled Harrison. Thanking him and the other dignitaries for making the very long journey to attend this meeting. Afterward, he invited them inside the moderately furnished mansion to a lightly decorated, well lit conference room to begin the discussions on the worries involving this diverse organization. Before he sat down at the round table, he apologized for skipping many of the formalities that came with these sort of meetings, but explained that it would be a more efficient expenditure of all of their time if they got down to business immediately.

Hoping that his rather feeble apology for straying from normal diplomatic procedure was accepted, the Emperor began. "Now that we're all here, what would we consider to be the most urgent manner to discuss on this day?"

President Lewis walks into the room after arriving at the mansion. He is very observant of the decorations and the fine wood furniture that decorate the conference room.

"Well, I suppose we get on with business, we got matters to discuss both economically and militarily." The General Secretaries of State and Defense sit on either side of him.

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Postby Ascoobis » Thu Mar 17, 2016 9:18 pm

"The ATCO being primarily a military alliance, it would make sense to bring military matters be brought up first. If I may President Lewis, may we bring our military policy regarding the Pacific region up first?"
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Postby Republic of Washinton » Fri Mar 18, 2016 11:12 pm

Ascoobis wrote:"The ATCO being primarily a military alliance, it would make sense to bring military matters be brought up first. If I may President Lewis, may we bring our military policy regarding the Pacific region up first?"

"Yes we shall." he points to his General Secretary of Defense, who stands to deliver his speech.

"We have to keep aware that the Dragomerian Islands and the Scarlet Shogunate may be striking against us in the near future. They want the entire Pacific to themselves and will stop at nothing to do so. The Dargomerian Islands have shown their ruthlessness in blockading Welifang and the campaign in Arcadia. Our reports coming in have shown that the Dragomerian forces simply ran riot and pillaged the country as if it were a playground. This raises the concern that they may try the same with us, after all, the will only continue to expand until they butt up against our island territories. It will only be a matter of time before they consider us their biggest threat. The general question though is where will they strike? The three likely locations will either be the Spanish Philippines, North Amwell, or the Washingtonian/Ascoobian Pacific bases. With the Dragomerian juggernauts in play, we may have a difficult time trying to halt their advances, especially against our sparsely defended outposts. The question is, how will we stop them if they decide to come across and how do we adapt our strategy to each scenario?"

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Postby Ascoobis » Sat Mar 19, 2016 10:44 pm

Republic of Washinton wrote:
Ascoobis wrote:"The ATCO being primarily a military alliance, it would make sense to bring military matters be brought up first. If I may President Lewis, may we bring our military policy regarding the Pacific region up first?"

"Yes we shall." he points to his General Secretary of Defense, who stands to deliver his speech.

"We have to keep aware that the Dragomerian Islands and the Scarlet Shogunate may be striking against us in the near future. They want the entire Pacific to themselves and will stop at nothing to do so. The Dargomerian Islands have shown their ruthlessness in blockading Welifang and the campaign in Arcadia. Our reports coming in have shown that the Dragomerian forces simply ran riot and pillaged the country as if it were a playground. This raises the concern that they may try the same with us, after all, the will only continue to expand until they butt up against our island territories. It will only be a matter of time before they consider us their biggest threat. The general question though is where will they strike? The three likely locations will either be the Spanish Philippines, North Amwell, or the Washingtonian/Ascoobian Pacific bases. With the Dragomerian juggernauts in play, we may have a difficult time trying to halt their advances, especially against our sparsely defended outposts. The question is, how will we stop them if they decide to come across and how do we adapt our strategy to each scenario?"

The Emperor listens closely to the speech and carefully formulates his response.

"I also believe that the Dragomerian war methods used as of late have been ruthless, not discriminating between combatant and civilian and that the recent launch of their Juggernaut vessels may be considered as hostile. Unfortunately, there is no evidence that they view Washinton or Ascoobis with greedy eyes and I doubt they would be foolish enough to attempt an attack on our islands. I cannot, however, say the same for the deteriorating Spanish Empire. If a war was to break out between the ESS and the Spanish, we would need to increase the defenses in place on our alliance's coastlines and our Pacific possessions to ensure their security. I recommend the expansion of our RADAR networks to the islands and an increased Naval presence in the region. WIth their Juggernauts, we would need to emphasize on an expansion of our submarine forces. As the Juggernauts have appeared to have been built to battle a surface navy and repel most aerial assaults, which is the majority of our forces. Research into high-altitude bombers and reconnaissance aircraft would also help us undermine this enormous weapon.

In addition, the emplacement of antiaircraft and long-range artillery installations on the islands would be essential to their defense. Along with maybe gardens to prevent starvation during a hypothetical siege or blockade of an island.

Your potential attack sites do seem reasonable, but should we not also consider the possibility that they may first strike at our very mainland and our coastal cities. Such as Seattle or even Darkmount itself. We would need to need to set up coastal defenses in the case of a war.

As much of my proposed scenario rests on an ESS declaration of war on the Spanish Empire, we need to come to vote on whether or not nations holding observer status in the ATCO fall under our defence pact. Spain does technically break our Truman Doctrine, does it not?"
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Postby Republic of Washinton » Sat Mar 19, 2016 11:30 pm

Ascoobis wrote:
Republic of Washinton wrote:"Yes we shall." he points to his General Secretary of Defense, who stands to deliver his speech.

"We have to keep aware that the Dragomerian Islands and the Scarlet Shogunate may be striking against us in the near future. They want the entire Pacific to themselves and will stop at nothing to do so. The Dargomerian Islands have shown their ruthlessness in blockading Welifang and the campaign in Arcadia. Our reports coming in have shown that the Dragomerian forces simply ran riot and pillaged the country as if it were a playground. This raises the concern that they may try the same with us, after all, the will only continue to expand until they butt up against our island territories. It will only be a matter of time before they consider us their biggest threat. The general question though is where will they strike? The three likely locations will either be the Spanish Philippines, North Amwell, or the Washingtonian/Ascoobian Pacific bases. With the Dragomerian juggernauts in play, we may have a difficult time trying to halt their advances, especially against our sparsely defended outposts. The question is, how will we stop them if they decide to come across and how do we adapt our strategy to each scenario?"

The Emperor listens closely to the speech and carefully formulates his response.

"I also believe that the Dragomerian war methods used as of late have been ruthless, not discriminating between combatant and civilian and that the recent launch of their Juggernaut vessels may be considered as hostile. Unfortunately, there is no evidence that they view Washinton or Ascoobis with greedy eyes and I doubt they would be foolish enough to attempt an attack on our islands. I cannot, however, say the same for the deteriorating Spanish Empire. If a war was to break out between the ESS and the Spanish, we would need to increase the defenses in place on our alliance's coastlines and our Pacific possessions to ensure their security. I recommend the expansion of our RADAR networks to the islands and an increased Naval presence in the region. WIth their Juggernauts, we would need to emphasize on an expansion of our submarine forces. As the Juggernauts have appeared to have been built to battle a surface navy and repel most aerial assaults, which is the majority of our forces. Research into high-altitude bombers and reconnaissance aircraft would also help us undermine this enormous weapon.

In addition, the emplacement of antiaircraft and long-range artillery installations on the islands would be essential to their defense. Along with maybe gardens to prevent starvation during a hypothetical siege or blockade of an island.

Your potential attack sites do seem reasonable, but should we not also consider the possibility that they may first strike at our very mainland and our coastal cities. Such as Seattle or even Darkmount itself. We would need to need to set up coastal defenses in the case of a war.

As much of my proposed scenario rests on an ESS declaration of war on the Spanish Empire, we need to come to vote on whether or not nations holding observer status in the ATCO fall under our defence pact. Spain does technically break our Truman Doctrine, does it not?"


The Secretary speaks again.

"The Spanish may only bee seen as one obstacle to their plan. They may start with the Spanish holdings in the Philippines, then they might try to push out our most westward pass across the international date line. You see, the Dragomerians have proven to be unstable and outright reckless in their foreign policy. They declared war on a nation halfway around the world before, they may not hesitate to do it again. If they do, we will be facing the largest naval force ever assembled and we would have to strike at key areas quickly if we are to hold our territory. Luckily however, they still have a lot of older ships that should prove no really threat.

As you mentioned with the Juggernauts, they are still very slow according to all sources examined by the Naval War College. Submarines will indeed be needed, even when submerged they can outrun them. A for submarines, they will be crucial in the long run as they can be used to attack the oil convoys between the Scarlet Shogunate and the Dragomerian islands. Not to mention, we would need to strike the convoys from East Persia to the Dragomerian islands, as they are the other huge outside source of oil. Then there is of course, their oil fields on the western banks of the Bering Strait, which we have a plan to deal with.

As for our doctrine with Spain, it is still uncertain whether we should assist or not.

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Postby United Canadian Republic » Sun Mar 20, 2016 7:28 am

OOC: What's the Truman Doctrine?

Chancellor Heria: "Canada relies entirely on defensive infrastructure. If war broke out, I can only promise that we will spare some infantry. Our military is not adequately equipped to contribute largely to the defense of the Pacific, however our soldiers are especially trained for discipline and alertness given their role in coastal defense."

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Postby Ascoobis » Sun Mar 20, 2016 8:56 am

United Canadian Republic wrote:OOC: What's the Truman Doctrine?

Chancellor Heria: "Canada relies entirely on defensive infrastructure. If war broke out, I can only promise that we will spare some infantry. Our military is not adequately equipped to contribute largely to the defense of the Pacific, however our soldiers are especially trained for discipline and alertness given their role in coastal defense."

OOC: Sorry, I meant the Monroe Doctrine.

RL and Applied to NS: The Monroe Doctrine is an ATCO foreign policy regarding domination of the Americas. It states that efforts by European, Asian, or other colonizing nations to colonize land or interfere with states in North or South America would be viewed as acts of aggression, requiring ATCO intervention. Basically, a monopoly on the Americas.

We do not know if it applies to Spain, as the colonies had been formed before the formation of the doctrine and Spain has observer status in the ATCO.

"Anything that you can provide us will be of great importance, Chancellor. If war was to breakout it would be best to position these disciplined soldiers along our western coastline to prevent any sort of direct invasion of the North American mainland. May I suggest the construction of factories in your nation to perhaps increase economic and production outputs in your country in wartime? Any war is expected to put a strain on us all."
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Ascoobis wrote:The Emperor listens closely to the speech and carefully formulates his response.

"I also believe that the Dragomerian war methods used as of late have been ruthless, not discriminating between combatant and civilian and that the recent launch of their Juggernaut vessels may be considered as hostile. Unfortunately, there is no evidence that they view Washinton or Ascoobis with greedy eyes and I doubt they would be foolish enough to attempt an attack on our islands. I cannot, however, say the same for the deteriorating Spanish Empire. If a war was to break out between the ESS and the Spanish, we would need to increase the defenses in place on our alliance's coastlines and our Pacific possessions to ensure their security. I recommend the expansion of our RADAR networks to the islands and an increased Naval presence in the region. WIth their Juggernauts, we would need to emphasize on an expansion of our submarine forces. As the Juggernauts have appeared to have been built to battle a surface navy and repel most aerial assaults, which is the majority of our forces. Research into high-altitude bombers and reconnaissance aircraft would also help us undermine this enormous weapon.

In addition, the emplacement of antiaircraft and long-range artillery installations on the islands would be essential to their defense. Along with maybe gardens to prevent starvation during a hypothetical siege or blockade of an island.

Your potential attack sites do seem reasonable, but should we not also consider the possibility that they may first strike at our very mainland and our coastal cities. Such as Seattle or even Darkmount itself. We would need to need to set up coastal defenses in the case of a war.

As much of my proposed scenario rests on an ESS declaration of war on the Spanish Empire, we need to come to vote on whether or not nations holding observer status in the ATCO fall under our defence pact. Spain does technically break our Truman Doctrine, does it not?"


The Secretary speaks again.

"The Spanish may only be seen as one obstacle to their plan. They may start with the Spanish holdings in the Philippines, then they might try to push out our most westward pass across the international date line. You see, the Dragomerians have proven to be unstable and outright reckless in their foreign policy. They declared war on a nation halfway around the world before, they may not hesitate to do it again. If they do, we will be facing the largest naval force ever assembled and we would have to strike at key areas quickly if we are to hold our territory. Luckily however, they still have a lot of older ships that should prove no really threat.

As you mentioned with the Juggernauts, they are still very slow according to all sources examined by the Naval War College. Submarines will indeed be needed, even when submerged they can outrun them. A for submarines, they will be crucial in the long run as they can be used to attack the oil convoys between the Scarlet Shogunate and the Dragomerian islands. Not to mention, we would need to strike the convoys from East Persia to the Dragomerian islands, as they are the other huge outside source of oil. Then there is of course, their oil fields on the western banks of the Bering Strait, which we have a plan to deal with.

As for our doctrine with Spain, it is still uncertain whether we should assist or not.

OOC: Weifang is no longer on the map. Arcadia will be back on in the next update, it seems. :(


"Their actions in Aracadia does reveal their...paranoia. When you say that we will face their large naval force, let us not forget about their Yamato-Class Battleships and their advanced RADAR networks. I strongly emphasize naval construction on aircraft carriers and submarines along with the development of long-range aircraft and ore advanced torpedo and dive bombers. I will have Junkers, Heinkel, and Messerschmitt look into these aircraft priorities and have Krupp look into the production of a Raffaellican tank I will soon be receiving. I suggest that you look into further naval innovation. Only through cooperation and specialization will we be able to succeed.

Cutting off Dragomerian trade and shipping networks will be a must. We will need a closer friendly base to do what we must accomplish during a time of war. We would need to maintain control of the Spanish Philippines. Meaning that a declaration of war on Spain and an invasion of the Philippines may very well be a declaration of war on us and a disruption of our ability to cut-off their shipping lanes. We must fortify the Philippines."
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Postby North Amwell » Sun Mar 20, 2016 9:29 am

"With my country being the closest to dragomerian mainland besides the Philippines I propose that my country be the tip of the spear in submarine warfare to deter them from invading my country as well as yours. I would be able to let ATCO members have access to some of my military naval ports for a quicker reaction force. Also since I am the closest to mainland dragomeria I would be interested in a mutual technology pact. My military can hold its own but isn't as advanced as dragomeria. Only through cooperation can we stop this threat!" President Harrison stops to take a breath after talking for so long.
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Postby United Canadian Republic » Sun Mar 20, 2016 9:48 am

Ascoobis wrote:
United Canadian Republic wrote:OOC: What's the Truman Doctrine?

Chancellor Heria: "Canada relies entirely on defensive infrastructure. If war broke out, I can only promise that we will spare some infantry. Our military is not adequately equipped to contribute largely to the defense of the Pacific, however our soldiers are especially trained for discipline and alertness given their role in coastal defense."

OOC: Sorry, I meant the Monroe Doctrine.

RL and Applied to NS: The Monroe Doctrine is an ATCO foreign policy regarding domination of the Americas. It states that efforts by European, Asian, or other colonizing nations to colonize land or interfere with states in North or South America would be viewed as acts of aggression, requiring ATCO intervention. Basically, a monopoly on the Americas.

We do not know if it applies to Spain, as the colonies had been formed before the formation of the doctrine and Spain has observer status in the ATCO.

"Anything that you can provide us will be of great importance, Chancellor. If war was to breakout it would be best to position these disciplined soldiers along our western coastline to prevent any sort of direct invasion of the North American mainland. May I suggest the construction of factories in your nation to perhaps increase economic and production outputs in your country in wartime? Any war is expected to put a strain on us all."

"We are prepared to host factories for any war effort, especially in the northern territories. If war broke out, the factories would bring migrant workers from the south and outside Canada into the north for job opportunities, reviving the northern regions' importance once more."

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Postby Ascoobis » Sun Mar 20, 2016 6:45 pm

North Amwell wrote:"With my country being the closest to dragomerian mainland besides the Philippines I propose that my country be the tip of the spear in submarine warfare to deter them from invading my country as well as yours. I would be able to let ATCO members have access to some of my military naval ports for a quicker reaction force. Also since I am the closest to mainland dragomeria I would be interested in a mutual technology pact. My military can hold its own but isn't as advanced as dragomeria. Only through cooperation can we stop this threat!" President Harrison stops to take a breath after talking for so long.

"I would also like to point out that your nation would also serve as a perfect launch site for an invasion into Dragomerian Siberia if war were to break out. Such a move would require more access then some naval facilities though. If the Dragomerians were to invade you, you population alone would not be able to repel such an attack. Either on the offence or defence, you would require more ATCO forces present in your country. I'd be one to agree in an organization-wide technology pact so that we all can benefit from the fruits of our universities and research labs."
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Ascoobis wrote:OOC: Sorry, I meant the Monroe Doctrine.

RL and Applied to NS: The Monroe Doctrine is an ATCO foreign policy regarding domination of the Americas. It states that efforts by European, Asian, or other colonizing nations to colonize land or interfere with states in North or South America would be viewed as acts of aggression, requiring ATCO intervention. Basically, a monopoly on the Americas.

We do not know if it applies to Spain, as the colonies had been formed before the formation of the doctrine and Spain has observer status in the ATCO.

"Anything that you can provide us will be of great importance, Chancellor. If war was to breakout it would be best to position these disciplined soldiers along our western coastline to prevent any sort of direct invasion of the North American mainland. May I suggest the construction of factories in your nation to perhaps increase economic and production outputs in your country in wartime? Any war is expected to put a strain on us all."

"We are prepared to host factories for any war effort, especially in the northern territories. If war broke out, the factories would bring migrant workers from the south and outside Canada into the north for job opportunities, reviving the northern regions' importance once more."

"I am glad to hear of your preparedness for this sort of crisis. Your system may prove vital toward winning the war, as they would be the farthest from any battle zone. Surely out of range for any enemy bombers. To be sure we must set up polar defences to prevent enemy long-range bombers from taking a northern, polar route to assault these factories."
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Postby Republic of Washinton » Sun Mar 20, 2016 10:23 pm

North Amwell wrote:"With my country being the closest to dragomerian mainland besides the Philippines I propose that my country be the tip of the spear in submarine warfare to deter them from invading my country as well as yours. I would be able to let ATCO members have access to some of my military naval ports for a quicker reaction force. Also since I am the closest to mainland dragomeria I would be interested in a mutual technology pact. My military can hold its own but isn't as advanced as dragomeria. Only through cooperation can we stop this threat!" President Harrison stops to take a breath after talking for so long.

"Hmm, the ports would be vital to a war in the North, after all they would try to possibly seal off the Bering Strait and use it to go North. But what the Emperor says is also true, the Dragomerians are a bit too strong to take on by yourself. Hence, and this is only a suggestion, you could allow other ATCO units, such as Army and Air Force units in Western North Amwell, particularly bomber squadrons. Washington's new B-17s have the range to strike deep into Drago's most northern territories, where most of his domestic oil production occurs.

As for the Yamatos we will have to keep building more carriers if we are to take them on successfully. I am also at permission to disclose that Washington is in the process of building two new classes of fast battleships, even more modern than the Yamato class. It will take time, but they can be useful if things get a bit too close to the carriers." Says the General Secretary of Defense.

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Postby North Amwell » Sun Mar 20, 2016 10:49 pm

"Hmm, the ports would be vital to a war in the North, after all they would try to possibly seal off the Bering Strait and use it to go North. But what the Emperor says is also true, the Dragomerians are a bit too strong to take on by yourself. Hence, and this is only a suggestion, you could allow other ATCO units, such as Army and Air Force units in Western North Amwell, particularly bomber squadrons. Washington's new B-17s have the range to strike deep into Drago's most northern territories, where most of his domestic oil production occurs.

As for the Yamatos we will have to keep building more carriers if we are to take them on successfully. I am also at permission to disclose that Washington is in the process of building two new classes of fast battleships, even more modern than the Yamato class. It will take time, but they can be useful if things get a bit too close to the carriers." Says the General Secretary of Defense.[/quote]

"I would be glad to take in ATCO units and also serve as a launching pad to strike Dragomeria if needed" president Harrison says.

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Postby Cerma » Mon Mar 21, 2016 4:29 pm

The Cerman Officials took their seats at the table, everyone pulling out numerous amounts of folders, notes, and paper.

"The network of air observation and the assessment of navy forces will primarily be under the concern of the 3 of you. Cerma's presence in the Pacific is...uncommon given the geography. The Cerman Navy would have to primarily rely on your Shore Installations if war broke out over there. Cerma may have to try and assess this lack of territory. Currently, we are trying to create a large bomber capacity and would be wishing to know what others would think of rotating bomber squadrons to foreign ATCO bases. Getting our forces more familiar with each other cant hurt, and would allow better cohesion on dimensions of bases. I understand a number of Generals with me will groan when they hear me suggest another training initiative, but a combined Air Warfare Exercise will definitely help us out. I understand that the Washington army is conducting maneuvers right now?"
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Postby United Canadian Republic » Tue Mar 22, 2016 9:39 pm

Ascoobis wrote:
United Canadian Republic wrote:"We are prepared to host factories for any war effort, especially in the northern territories. If war broke out, the factories would bring migrant workers from the south and outside Canada into the north for job opportunities, reviving the northern regions' importance once more."

"I am glad to hear of your preparedness for this sort of crisis. Your system may prove vital toward winning the war, as they would be the farthest from any battle zone. Surely out of range for any enemy bombers. To be sure we must set up polar defences to prevent enemy long-range bombers from taking a northern, polar route to assault these factories."

"The Canadian Senate has yet to vote on such development, but I will bring the matter to the Hall. The defense of the factories would have to be done in concert with Washinton. Any polar approach would have to pass through the Washintonian arctic before reaching factories in northern Canada."

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Postby Republic of Washinton » Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:09 pm

United Canadian Republic wrote:
Ascoobis wrote:"I am glad to hear of your preparedness for this sort of crisis. Your system may prove vital toward winning the war, as they would be the farthest from any battle zone. Surely out of range for any enemy bombers. To be sure we must set up polar defences to prevent enemy long-range bombers from taking a northern, polar route to assault these factories."

"The Canadian Senate has yet to vote on such development, but I will bring the matter to the Hall. The defense of the factories would have to be done in concert with Washinton. Any polar approach would have to pass through the Washintonian arctic before reaching factories in northern Canada."

The Secretary of State proceeds to give a response to Canadian President.

"Most of our nation's manufacturing capabilities are around the Great Lakes, so I would not worry about them at the moment. The Great lakes are under no threat of invasion and is out of range of all known Dragomerian and Scarlet Shogunate aircraft. That's not to say it doesn't have any defenses at all, we have an Army group headquartered in Wisconsin and there are Army Air Forces bases around it as well."

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