As the cold war ended, Warsaw Pact trained mercenary's known as Red Star arrived to fill the needs of dictators and rebel forces world wide. These air, land and sea pirates have no alliance except to themselves, The Order of the Red Star and it's leader Super Nova!
MESSAGE FROM RED STAR COMMAND
MISSION 6.10.12 AAR
“Throw your soldiers into positions whence there is no escape, and they will prefer death to flight. If they will face death, there is nothing they may not achieve.” Sun Tzu
Yesterday, we of the San Benito army and Red Star received word that American forces were closing in to take over (possibly destroy) a strategic bridge along the countryside. We could not allow this to happen. Our forces reached the bridge first and had ample time to setup positions in preparation for defense. It wasn’t long before the Americans showed and the fighting began.
Our forces fought hard and we made the Americans pay for every inch of ground that they attempted to take control of. They may have had the numbers, but we had the high ground. For every loss we took, they suffered five times that. Like ants, they kept coming. Despite the call for support and reinforcements, our foes pressed the attack. Many rounds were exchanged between the two opponents but slowly, without reinforcements, we begun to lose ground. The Americans forces us back – inch by inch.
In the final hours of the afternoon, the decision was made to abandon the bridge and regroup what forces we had at Tabuli Villiage. Again, we gathered our army and prepared for the attack that was soon to come. The Americans would not let us regroup with our larger army and retake our bridge. They would soon come to finish the fight they had started. But we would be ready.
Without warning, shots were fired from the ridge line. The Americans were here. We knew at this point that no reinforcements were coming to help. This was to be a final stand. We would not give them the ground. We would not allow them into our village! We will defend to the last man! To the last bullet! We will make our last stand here. For RED STAR… REMEMBER TABULI VILLAGE!
Our Red Star forces airdropped in next to the mouth of the Snake at ten hundred hours. Our mission: secure the injured VIP from the American chopper's crash site and bring him back to one of the available LZs for extraction via helicopter. As soon as all of our forces were on the ground, Red Star 1 was sent out to find the crash site and secure the injured man and put him on a stretcher to bring back to base. When RS1 disappeared into the Snake, the rest of our forces noticed that the American Forces, twice as large as our own, were marching down North mountain towards our LZ. RS2 (communications and overwatch) slipped quietly into the Snake, stoping just inside the tree line to dig in a be
able to communicate with RS3, aka Bravo Team. After Bravo Team pulled off a flawless ambush on a 20-man American team, Bravo pushed up North Mountain towards the American outpost.
RS2 received word from RS1 that the VIP was secured about one hour after insertion. Bravo Team retreated from North Mountain and made the journey across the woods to link up with RS1, who gave them the VIP on the stretcher. After taking the VIP back to our original LZ, were RS2 was stationed, we were ordered to take him to a remote location on South Mountain, coordinates for the location were given, and Bravo went there. After about an hour, everyone had relaxed, earring the gunfire very far off and not expecting to be found. Soon, enemy troops mistaken for friendly troops discovered the hiding place. An American commander could be heard yelling, "KILL 'EM ALL!" as we were assaulted by a hail of gun fire. The Americans directed their forces to attack the defended position on South Mountain. Red Star reinforcements were brought in, and were able to
beat back the cursed American surge long enough for Bravo to escape the heavy gunfire unscathed. But, accidentally, the VIP was left on the stretcher at the defensive position! When all the reinforcements retreated, the Americans swooped in and reclaimed the VIP. While giving him medical aid at a nearby medical post, Bravo Team returned along with RS1, who together wiped out the Americans defending their paralyzed comrade. The VIP was once again snatched from the grasp of the Americans. As we carried him back to the LZ, he cursed and spat at us.
Once we arrived at the LZ, we gagged him, and put him under heavy protection by all of Red Star. Soon a fierce war cry echoed out from the woods across a vast field alongside Mossland Lake. The American reinforcements had quietly slipped in, and they were very angry about our many victories that day.Soon after American troops came sprinting through the trees, running across the field towards our position at the foot of the snake. They screamed a fierce cry that Stalin himself must have heard in his coffin. The entire American forces were upon us, running across an open field! Surely a suicide mission! The American legion opened fire, and we were hailed with bullets. RS operatives
rushed out into the field to meet the enemy. men ducked, dodged and fired their weapons as thousands of bullets whistled through the air. Dead bodies cover the ground, but Red Star and American reinforcements continue to surge out of the trees on both side of the field, out with a vengeance. This fierce battle has yet to be over, but Red Star refuses to surrender to the American swine. It may take a great many deaths for the Americans to retreat, but this retreat WILL come. Soon.
SGT. COLTON SMITH
BRAVO TEAM LEADER
How did the Americans know we moved our training camp to San Benito?
They hit us hard but the trainees held their own and the americans were unable to get into the camp. Award the leaders with the Order of the Red Star.
MISSION 8.12.12 AAR
"Red Star forces, though severely reduced in number to below a half dozen, received and accepted orders to take and hold positions at Tambullii village.
Although initially successful in gaining control of the objective, the Red Star team was obliged to retreat under pressure from superior forces. The subsequent efforts to re-take the town having been repelled with losses - one of the team had to be evacuated due to medical injury- the survivors fell back and proceeded to the secondary objectives. Via an extremely roundabout and exposed route, as temperatures climbed above 35 degrees Celsius, Red Star advanced upon the most remote objective and, after hurling grenades at the enemy hiding on the high ground, gained the position. Having secured a rear base of operations, Read Star determined that honor required one last effort to take the village. Advancing from its newly secured base, Read Star deployed on line and attempted to rush the position. The team charged valiantly, were slaughtered valiantly, and died to a man."
CPL Richard D. Henkus