By Richard S. Tuttle
Monstrous Federation armies invade Alcea via magical portals trying to devastate the total continent. Outnumbered 4 to 1, the Alceans grimly arrange for the bloody clash, yet victory at the battlefield isn't really more than enough for younger King Arik. figuring out that the good Demon has initiated the warfare among the 2 nations completely to supply one million tears to satisfy an historic prophecy, King Arik calls for that the Knights of Alcea spare as some of the enemy infantrymen as they could. whereas defeat at the battlefield capability demise for the Alceans, a victory that permits the good Demon to meet the traditional prophecy will suggest everlasting servitude to Alutar.
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From Kabul other routes led forward to the limbs of the Soviet forces. Highway 1 led south to Ghazni, and then to Kandahar 500 kilometres away to the SW. Route 157 went due south to the garrison at Gardez 120 kilometres away, and the eastern arm of Highway l led to Jalalabad, and thence to Peshawar via the Khyber Pass. Each of these roads was important. If they were cut it was painful, and possibly incapacitating for a while, but it was not fatal. In the west the secondary base around Kushka fed the forces at Herat and Shindand.
Each Commander had his own base, usually in the remoter mountain valleys, within or near small village communities, from which he received reinforcements, food, shelter and sometimes money. As each of the 325 districts had at least one local base, the total in the whole jumbled network could have been up to 4000. But bases, vital though they were, are static, and the Mujahideen were reluctant to move away to operate against a more important target. For months at a time the Mujahideen in remote areas were not involved in any fighting, then perhaps came a sudden flare-up of violence.
As was explained to me, the Soviet fixed-wing aircraft were being used to attack villages which might be serving as Mujahideen bases. Close air support, that is attacking guerrillas in contact with communist ground troops, was limited. This task was invariably given to helicopter gunships rather than fighter-bombers. Heavy use of bombing in localized areas was a common way of exacting reprisals after a successful guerrilla ambush. Indiscriminate bombing was causing great destruction of villages and inflicting hundreds of civilian casualties.
13 Day War (Demonstone Chronicles, Book 6) by Richard S. Tuttle