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::• 3 [[Bulldog Tank Destroyer|Bulldog Tank Destroyers]]|image = [[File:OldSt.Marys.jpg|350px]]|imagecaption = Submarine Base St. Marys before the Confederate takeover|concurrent = Battle of Philadelphia|next = .|commanders1 = [[File:AlliedLogoThumb.png]] • Captain Hennrick Sogade
 
::• 3 [[Bulldog Tank Destroyer|Bulldog Tank Destroyers]]|image = [[File:OldSt.Marys.jpg|350px]]|imagecaption = Submarine Base St. Marys before the Confederate takeover|concurrent = Battle of Philadelphia|next = .|commanders1 = [[File:AlliedLogoThumb.png]] • Captain Hennrick Sogade
 
:• Colonel Kimona Chevelle|commanders2 = [[File:ConfederateLogoThumb.png]] •Patricia "Goliad" Jones
 
:• Colonel Kimona Chevelle|commanders2 = [[File:ConfederateLogoThumb.png]] •Patricia "Goliad" Jones
:• Various Others|casualty1 = Medium|casualty2 = Heavy|civcasualty = Light, when word reached the base was under attack, civilians fled the nearby town.}}
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==Background==
 
==Background==
 
The year is 1969, and the United States is falling. Allied command was scrambling at what many are considering a disaster in Allied planning, politics, and coordination. Left and right, Allied command posts and bases were falling to Rebel forces. From the strongholds of Texas and Idaho, the Rebels, which are beginning to identify as "Confederate Revolutionaries", expand at an ever increasing rate. What is even more frightening to Allied command was seeing how fellow Americans began to turn on the Allies. A national guard unit here, a town's police force there. Suddenly, a growing amount of military personnel are joinig the movement. The results were a complete loss of most of the American midwest. Despite the injections of a few thousands Peacekeepers to quell the movement, it was not enough to stop the will of a people. By spring, Allied command aborted plans to continue large scale operations in the US and evacuated to the east coast. Even then, the move was not enough. Confederate Revolutionaries now had armored divisions and aerial forces under their command. The South was volatile enough, and the Allies were kicked out.
 
The year is 1969, and the United States is falling. Allied command was scrambling at what many are considering a disaster in Allied planning, politics, and coordination. Left and right, Allied command posts and bases were falling to Rebel forces. From the strongholds of Texas and Idaho, the Rebels, which are beginning to identify as "Confederate Revolutionaries", expand at an ever increasing rate. What is even more frightening to Allied command was seeing how fellow Americans began to turn on the Allies. A national guard unit here, a town's police force there. Suddenly, a growing amount of military personnel are joinig the movement. The results were a complete loss of most of the American midwest. Despite the injections of a few thousands Peacekeepers to quell the movement, it was not enough to stop the will of a people. By spring, Allied command aborted plans to continue large scale operations in the US and evacuated to the east coast. Even then, the move was not enough. Confederate Revolutionaries now had armored divisions and aerial forces under their command. The South was volatile enough, and the Allies were kicked out.
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