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The Coastal Patrol is stepping up patrols in the Greater Tulagi Area, responding to increased Claw activities and a “nasty rumor.”

“I hear they’re trying to sink all the rum boats,” cried one CP pilot at Archerfield.

“It’s simply not true,” said a rep from the Claw. “The rum boats are ours.”

Both Claw and CP paints for the above Fairey Swordfish can be found here (link).

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Civil Defense pilots, sporting the recent Fairey Swordfish paint by FI Paints (link) are training at Subak (link) where a LANCE combat system allows the pilots to track their kills and success.

LANCE Combat enabled airfields include Tulagi, Jadu, Subak, Hyojong, Spurness, and Xilted. Claw planes have been spotted at Hawkside (link).

Windhill City (link at right) has added more roads and is the recent winner of a driving award, the coveted “Oh Yeah Groove Music Drivey Slide Award.”

The Oh Yeah Groove Music Drivey Slide Award is an annual award, though the awarders of the prized trophy, a small record store in Glenbrook, have said that there are two this year.

“We totally are givin’ up two,” they told us. “We already gave one to the Prototype Tri-State {Prototype, Northbridge, and Glenbrook}, and now we’re givin’ it up to Windhill!”

“It’s a really fun urban environment,” said one traveler speaking of Windhill. “I also drive the backroads of Glenbrook, but if you like drifting, Windhill has some spots!”

Anomaly travelers have been traveling back to 1970s Vietnam, and there are two destinations that any combat aficionado should try. The most comprehensive is Binh Dinh (Indochina Region 1970 era RP and VICE combat link), which offers a variety of environments from caves, towns, and multiple areas for combat and roleplay. Pilots can go to this link (link) to the flight deck in the Gulf of Tonkin.

Also, there is BACK IN NAM (link), a combat area with puts people straight into the intense combat of Vietnam.

Anomaly travelers looking for weapons can find some in the vendors at these location and here (link)