A flyby in the Tualgi region shows a Claw pilot looking over a carrier fantail, perhaps waiting for the call of combat. The Claw has been seen in increasing numbers in Tulagi, as has the Coastal Patrol.
The Coastal Patrol has been attracting more pilots, thanks to a new ad campaign in East River. The ad campaign called “Peast Criver” uses plays on letters and words to raise awareness of the Coastal Patrol and the role it is expanding.
“We’re seeing new areas to help people,” said the new spokesman for the group, “and that includes combat areas like Tulagi and domestically challenged areas like East River.”
A former UNO helicopter is used to clear wreckage from Sailor’s Cove East – Nevis Island (link), where there are an unusual number of wrecks.
In an unusual move for a waning energy company, UNO has sold a number of its helicopters to the Coastal Patrol. The Coastal Patrol has been increasing its presence in coastal areas, even going so far as to demand sobriety of some its squadrons.
“Not all of us,” a CP pilot yelled out to us at the ERIA lounge. “Some of us still drink on the ground and in the air!”
“It’s true,” said the bartender seriously. “I have a row of sippie cups ready fro when they get the call.”
Wright Brothers Regional Airfield in Jadu (link) has tempted fate by adding a large target for bombers near their runway.
“They clearly have not seen us try to hit a target,” said a CP pilot behind one of the hangars at Wright.
“They clearly have not seen the CP try to hit a target,” said a Claw pilot holding out a beer for the CP pilot.
“We hope to never see the CP aiming at our target,” said the Wright Brothers Airfield guard that chased the two drunk pilots from behind the hangar.
The Coastal Patrol has discovered an underground aircraft hangar – right beside Wright Brothers field in the Tulagi region.
“I’m not sure they even know,’” said the CP pilot who saw it. “If they did I think it would bombed out.”
The Coastal Patrol has added an airfield in in Xilted (Tulagi Region) – link – to their target list, encouraging all of their pilots to drop bombs on the targets there (VICE).
“Stomp, stomp,” the Acting Admiral, “Stompie” warned. “Stomp, stomp… stomp.”
The Claw has been using Archerfield (SLAL) for its ongoing “Doughnuts Dat R Da Bomb” campaign and it’s got the Coastal Patrol up in arms.
“We can’t believe that they would be so willing to have them there,” said a CP pilot we found in a Tulagi bar.
“They pay their tie down fees,” retorted an Archerfield night manager. “That’s more than I can say for the Coastal Patrol.”