The Invasion:Preview

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The Invasion:Preview

Post by ThatPuertoRicanFool! on Mon Oct 04, 2010 6:16 pm

Ive had this idea in my head for a while now.Im going to give you all a small taste of what is to come...

The Invasion



War is hell, thought Sergeant John Kane. Sitting in a trench just outside of Bonn, West Germany under enemy artillery bombardment, He had every reason to believe so, if not more. Kane kept himself as flat as possible, clutching at the earth desperately, as if it were his sweetheart back home just after coming home for leave. The explosions and detonations continued to pound the ground around him and send up plumes of earth shooting up, like geysers. The network of trenches offered decent protection. But that doesn’t mean that a shell might land directly on top of you. Kane suddenly wished he hadn’t had that last thought. The shelling continued on for about a good minute. Then, just as suddenly as it began, it ended. The Sergeant hauled himself up and yelled “Squad, prepare to repel the enemy!”

Based on the ringing in his own ears, Kane didn’t think his men, 6th platoon, had heard him. But it didn’t hurt to look like you were doing your job. Kane cast a quick glace around his section of the trench. All of his men were accounted for and by some small miracle, relatively unscathed. Kane nodded to himself. That was what he expected from his men. They were, along with Kane himself, all Rangers. They were good at doing their job, which was war. Kane checked his weapon, a M16A3 and set it to semi-automatic. He then surveyed the ground up landscape ahead of his position, eyes searching for any possible sign of movement. It didn’t take long. There, about half a mile out, was small force of Soviet medium and light armor, supported by a scattering of infantry, advancing upon his section of trench. By the way the Russians ran directly ahead of the armor, not even bothering to stay hunched over when they advanced, they were probably fresh conscripts. A smile formed on John Kane’s lean, fair face. They would soon learn the hard way.

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Post by ThatPuertoRicanFool! on Tue Oct 05, 2010 6:21 pm

On the small Russian force came. If they were part of a larger push, Kane had no way of knowing. His radio set had been destroyed in the bombardment. Luckily, Mike Guderian, his radioman, had survived. Private Joseph O’Shea took position next to Kane and asked with a grin of his own “Permission to give Ivan a proper Ranger welcome, sir?”Kane replied”Hell Joe, you don’t have to ask me. “He raised his voice to a sharp yell “Platoon, engage the enemy at will!” about a second after the order was given, His men opened fire. The front ranks of the thinly spread soviet troops (at least they had the sense loosen up their formation, not that it would help them much) went down as if scythed. Some went down screaming and thrashing. Others crumpled to the ground and didn’t move at all, ever again. The Russians infantry, having discovered that the American soldiers were very much alive and well, threw themselves flat to the ground. Some tried to run back towards the tanks they had cut themselves off from in their reckless charge on the U.S position. They didn’t get very far.
Kane hefted his M16A3 to his shoulder and picked a target. Better to think of them that way then as human beings, he though savagely. He had a fleeing Russian in his iron sight. Kane pulled the trigger twice and was rewarded with two quick bursts. The Red went down. By the way he screamed in agony, it didn’t seem like he would get up again

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