The Mugabian President stood in the conference room and frowned at his generals.
"What do you mean, Mugabia's greatest war hero is an a Uwandan hospital? Uwanda's troops stand on Mugabian soil; our hero lies in their hospital, and you have nothing to say? Tell me, do you enjoy breathing?"
As always, the President found just the right words to motivate his officers. A plan was quickly offered to remove the Uwandan troops from Mugabia, and shortly afterward, a second plan put forth for the liberation of Mugabia's greatest hero.
Mugabia's President Upepo-mfuko reviews the elite Presidential Guard.
Uwanda's chief of staff looked across the table, meeting the eyes of each of the generals seated there. He began, "Well gentlemen, what do we do now? I am open to suggestions."
The attack at B15 did not lead to the string of anticipated successes, largely due to the leadership of a man now recovering from his wounds in a Uwandan hospital.
The Uwandan chiefs considered a number of options, and in time a consensus was reached. It was finally time to go to war. To this point, even the action at B15 had been conducted with a minimum commitment. Every effort had been made to avoid escalating the scope of the conflict. But a year had passed, as had the appeals by Uwanda to find a peaceful solution. Mugabia's occupation of Uwanda's territory could no longer be tolerated, and the ULF's absurd demands simply could not be met.
Uwanda would mobilize. Requests to allies for help achieving a peaceful solution would be replaced by orders for war materials. Uwanda would aggressively protect its sovereignty. A large scale offensive would be launched with the aim of regaining lost territory, destroying Mugabia's ability to make war, and to capture or kill the Mugabian president. Preparations were under way...
Vickers Mk.III main battle tanks of the Uwandan army on maneuvers.
Note: Vehicles and Mugabian Presidential Guard (Soviet naval infantry) by QRF, the president and officer figures by Peter Pig.