Milsim Sunday Update 11-16-14

Over the course of 10624793_972388344592_501878233305526525_nNovember, the Coalition has steadily patrolled the civilian centers of Pineland. However, rumors have been circulating that one of Pineland’s top scientists may have escaped the region and may still be  allied with the Pineland resistance. The Coalition has stated that is has an open investigation searching for various native Pinelanders of particular interest. When questioned on the topic, a Coalition spokesperson ignored the question and went on to comment on the Coalition’s efforts to reinforce civilian infrastructure. In particular, they have been 1010116_972388564152_6561359964690440433_nmaking some serious upgrades to the local power plant. The Coalition has gone on to say that they have killed or captured a large number of Pineland insurgents this month, preventing untold numbers of civilian casualties.

Pineland resistance Photo Nov 09, 1 17 01 PMfighters blame the Coalition for a large blast at the power plant this month. They have produced photos showing slain Coalition soldiers carrying bomb making materials and as proof. However, certain back channel assets have leaked that Pineland recently acquired knowledge of how to build small dirty bombs which supports the rumors coming out of the Coalition. Furthermore, amateur video footage shows Pineland troops transporting computer equipment that looks to be damaged from an explosion. We have not been able to obtain a copy of this footage as of this point.

Coalition Missions:

  • Patrolled Town
  • Patrolled Village
  • Failed to capture traitor
  • Transported supplies to power plant
  • Failed to protect power plant
  • Failed to exfil sensitive items from blast site
  • Prevented Pineland from setting up FOB within Pineland

                                                                                   Total: 4 Points

Pineland Missions:

  • Located VIP
  • Escorted VIP out of Pineland
  • Assembled dirty bomb
  • Destroyed town power plant
  • Exfilled sensitive items from blast site
  • Gathered intelligence on Coalition members responding to blast.
  • Cached supplies at village
  • Failed to establish and defend FOB at village

                                                                                    Total: 7 Points

Milsim Sunday Update 6-28-14

This weekend the Coalition launched an all out assault on Pineland. Our sources embedded with U.S. troops reported that units from the 2nd Special Forces Group jumped into Pineland several weeks ago and began working with local assets. Photos that have since streamed from the region show defensive preparations made in small villages and camps throughout rural Pineland.

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Milsim Sunday Storyline Update 4-27-14

Despite what the majority of senior military analysts projected, the Coalition did not initiate a full scale assault in to Pineland this month. Instead, very little seems to have taken place. A few videos have been leaked on the internet, apparently taken by forces of one side or another. They appear to show some sort of reconnaissance team moving through Pineland according to experts. We have taken the liberty of stringing these segments together for your enjoyment.

Milsim Sunday 3-30-2014 Update

In a shocking turn of events, Pineland officials have released photographs of what appears to be dead coalition soldiers inside Pineland and claim to have1506411_520047784768268_8752433935314161403_n killed over 100 Coalition soldiers. As a result, Pineland has become even more resolute in their stance on social and political issues and has sworn to stand to the last man against any foreign invasion.

A Coalition spokesperson stated they had only recently began operating within Pineland but that they had not lost a single soldier to date. They also stated 1558482_520047818101598_943647322392803248_nCoalition forces had effected a blockade of Pineland’s only deep water port and  prevented one of Pineland’s tactical missiles from being launched into a civilian neighborhood.

Furthermore, Pineland officials continue to claim that they have a Coalition soldier in custody but have yet to release proof. Experts theorize that a private deal is being worked out for his or her return.

Milsim Sunday Back Story

Enter Pineland: a fictitious nation ruled by a military dictator intent on imposing his political and religious views on his nation. The army of Pineland has sworn allegiance to this dictator and regularly commit severe human rights violations against their fellow countrymen. Rumors of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons have filtered out of Pineland as well as rumors of international terrorist training camps.

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