Wednesday, 20 November 2013

NEWSFLASH - Bana Soto incursion smashed by Mbote MDF (Reuters)

MDF victory parade in Mpongoville
From our military correspondent in Mpongoville

In a startling but smoothly co-ordinated pre-emptive strike, the Mbote Defence Force (MDF) has ejected units of the Bana Soto army (ABS) from the disputed mineral rich border zone between the two nations.

A small scale but heavily armed incursion by Bana Soto mobile armoured units, supported by ground attack helicopter gunships, was swiftly and decisively defeated by the MDF under it's newly appointed commander, Major Fubar Snafu.

In a press statement, Major Snafu praised the bravery and skill of MDF armoured, reconaissance and AAA ground units, together with elements of the local tribal militia, who played a significant role in the hard fought battle:

'Without the fearless determination of the People's Volunteer Army, we would not have seized our objectives. The brave tribal warriors of the PVA have once again assisted the MDF in the resolute defence of our sacred homeland. Bunga Bunga!'

In an exclusive TV interview, Colonel Banga 'Boum, the universally admired and internationally acclaimed President of Mbote, also praised the role played by Captain Neeps N'tati of the border defence force, whose superior tactics were instrumental in the deployment of both MDF and PVA forces.

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