Hey there America,
Its been almost a week since my last article, and is high time that I wrote a new one. I haven’t been able to provide a continuous stream of updates this month like I was able to in the previous one, but needless to say, we’re still cruising smoothly and doing well.
Flight Training has been merged into the Airforce MU, ingame, which is now known as United States Armed Forces AF-FT. The name is a bit of a mouthful, but this keeps us on track with MU consolidation for our soldiers, and will serve as a new entry point for soldiers wishing to join the USAF. We are now down to three official MUs that are funded by the US government, compared with five at the start of the month, so that’s pretty cool. More efficiency is always welcome in my book.
Sirius is doing much better now, after a slow start which saw Poland, Turkey and Spain lose their bonuses, and in Spain’s case, their original regions. Romania has been forced to agree to a NAP with Bulgaria, as Spain and Mexico continue to push it out of the Iberian Peninsula. Elsewhere, Poland and Turkey are well on track to regaining their bonuses.
After discussion with the Executive of Republic of China (Taiwan), we have agreed to extend the NAP that we signed last month by another thirty days. This NAP allows the USA to have an alternative source of fish and deer, keeps Japan wiped and promotes stability in Northeast Asia.
Kanada was able to RW a couple of regions from us, and has succeeded in getting a 30 man Congress, which is pretty decent for them. Fortunately for us, they were unable to do lasting damage, although they did hurt our weapons production a little by holding Quebec for a little over 24 hours.
Thats about it. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
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