The Waterbank Intelligence Agency handles all extraterritorial investigations, which means that both cases are likely to involve foreign agencies.
The Two Tangos Center in Greater Tulagi made news as it saved eight sailors from a submarine attack in the Tulagi Sea. The rescue took place in the early hours of the morning, and TTI teams responded quickly to a distress call from the attacked vessel.
“They were all, like, ‘help, help!’ and we were all like, ‘wait dude, take it easy,'” explained a junior cadet. “Then they were, like ‘oh no~,’ and we were all ‘no worries, dudes.’ Then we like, saw that there was a lady too, so we were all, ‘sorry dudette, we’ll totally rescue you too.'”
The entire crew of the freighter was rescued. Submarine attacks are a consistent problem in the Tulagi area, which is an active combat zone.
Pictured here in pure white, the new Boss 460AK is a boater’s dream with more features than any other boat manufacturer. Well crafted and beautiful you should really demo her to see what she’s got. For now she is only available at Dutch Harbor (link at right).
This week’s photo comes from AFP, showing Smuggler X using the desk inside ZSK’s B-17 (yes the light works!) at ERIA. He is writing an apology letter to the Linden Chalet after they accidentally dropped two hundred pounds of cheese on the island. The Chalet has had a mouse problem and the cheese is likely to have worsened it.
Road trippers should head down to the Greater Tulagi Area, where Route 9 is waiting for those who love the open road. Miles of open spaces and vintage sites await in a region that loves history.
WIA has released a statement saying that a rival organization called the SSA has been eavesdropping on key Waterbank institutions with “enviably cool retro equipment,” and possibly posing a security risk.
“Our business is all about the toys,” explained one WIA agent. “SSA’s got some cool ones that really make you feel like a spy.”
From the police band in the East River, WN intercepted this:
The person known as the “mad bomber” has been seen around the ERB. There are barrels on pallets with explosives on them. If you spot one of these devices Call the CPSO, TTi, ERPA, or CPFR. DO NOT try disarming these devices yourself!