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Holy War in the Congo
« on: June 23, 2016, 05:51:53 AM »
Holy War in the Congo


Background: For several months, the Lord’s Republic of the Congo (LRC) has been waging an insurgency against the government of Warlordia. The radical-Christian state, under the iron fist of President Caesar Kony, has targeted primarily civilian populations under the pretense of doing God’s work. Up until now attacks have originated out of the organized state which is in part of the former-Central African Republic. Under the nose of the watchful Warlordians, Kony has been strategically putting forces south of the border.


Forces in LRC


20,000 soldiers loosely organized into battalions

-Armored civilian vehicles armed with MMGs/HMGs

-Light air defense guns (12.7mm), MANPADS (SA-7/SA-14) and anti-tank guns (M40 recoilless rifle) used for point defense of camps and headquarters


Forces in Warlordia


2nd Battalion – Bondo

-200 soldiers

-Armed with small arms, explosives

-Tasked with attacking civilian targets, police, and kidnapping


5th Battalion – Bomu Wildlife Reserve

-4,000 soldiers

-Armed with small number of light air defense guns and MANPADS for defense of supply roads

-Small numbers of armored vehicles and mortars

-Tasked with keeping border open and funneling soldiers deeper into Warlordia


6th Battalion – Isiro

-1,500 soldiers

-Armed with small arms, explosives

-Tasked with Tasked with attacking civilian targets and police


7th Battalion - Virunga National Park

-2,000 soldiers

-Armed with small arms, explosives, and motars

-Tasked with Tasked with attacking civilian targets and police

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Re: Holy War in the Congo
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2016, 06:38:23 AM »
The Warlordian response to the activities of the LRC has been uncharacteristically lukewarm, with only a few batallions of light infantry and a cadre of officer cadets deployed to keep the major transport routes open.

Foreign analysts are as yet divided on the cause of this comparatively passive stance.