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Nordic Light - Counter-Attacks

(September 15th, 1992) The Swedish and Finnish resistance continues. Although Norrköping, Jönköping and Kalmar has been reduced to ruins, first signs of hope are appearing on the horizon with the increased Swedish mobilization. Skåne is mobilizing for defense, West Sweden as well. Units in the North are appearing and quickly moving south to aid.

An initial airborne invasion around Hanko in Finland is slowly beaten back, but the southeast front remains highly volatile. Resistance in the northeast is patchy but heroic, and Russian enemy units have been beaten back in the vicinity around Kajaani and Kemijärvi.

The requested NATO air forces are still not mobilized for action. As a result, the defensive forces still suffer from enemy air interdiction, but hopes are high with the continued deployment of the 2nd U.S. Marine Expeditionary Force in Norway.


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