A new release from Ironsight Armaments has vets all over the world excited, but not the vets you’re thinking about. These animal docs are thrilled at the new VP9 (link to Marketplace) which allows Raycast, tranquilizers, and covers LLCS and VICE protocols.
“I wish I had had it last week,” said a zoo keeper at Waterbank Zoo. “Tranquilizers are so much faster than trying to get the tigers drunk.”
In the first of several planned reports on the Greater Tulagi Region, the Waterbank News has created a map to show anomaly travelers and WW2 era combat participants the growing complexity of the theater.
By clicking on the thumbnailed map you will see the entire contested area, along with the major players in the theater.
What surprised our staffers most was that most of the airports in the theater were neutral, allowing for active combatants to launch from them at the same time commercial GTFO flights could. In fact, nearly anyone can use the airfields, provided they follow local rules and guidelines. While at Archerfield Field (lower middle on the map), we saw a Claw P-40 take off, and a CP P-40 take off only minutes later, undoubtedly chasing it.
“Unless it is a combat airfield like Xilted, air fields are places where the war stops,” said one airport administrator. “What happens once you’re in the Tulagi Sea is wholly different matter.”
The Tulagi region may also be the first to allow smugglers to use the GTFO protocols, taking advantage of the existing combat conditions.
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 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.”
A Claw B-17 prepares to drop Maple Bars on unsuspecting breakfast crowds at Tulagi
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.”
A winter storm has come to Windhill City, making the picturesque combat city a picture of urban winter.
“We’ve got record lows and the combat teams that have been practicing here have been spending a lot more time in the cafes,” said a training supervisor at Windhill.
Archerfield Aerodrome (SLAL) (link), home to ZSK and an airfield in the Tulagi Combat Area, has added entertainment features for visitors. A gun range, a driving course, and a courtyard for WW2 combatants to meet are some of the additions. Visitors should go to the above link to discover.