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WW3 destroyed buildings in Pensacola in 2009.

HistoryEdit

The aftermathEdit

Sharecroppers daughter Lauderdale County August 1935

A radiation devastated remnant of a teenage girl in the ruins of Mobile, Mississippi in 1962.

Mobile and Biloxi were invaded by hordes of Cubans, backed up by some Soviet marines and Chinese saboteurs in 1962. After the invasion, the people of St. Francisville (Louisiana), Mobile, Pensacola, Gulfport, Crestview, Freeport (Florida), Milton (Florida), Waynesboro (Mississippi), Lucedale (Mississippi), Leakesville (Mississippi), Brewton (Alabama), Jackson (Alabama), Jackson (Mississippi), Atmore (Alabama), Hattiesburg and Biloxi had to fend for themselves.

A emergency council was set up by ex-mayors and mayoral candidates Henry R. Luscher, Joseph N. Langan, George E. McNally and Charles S. Trimmier. Angola Prison's prison guard, John Whitley, served as their interface with the public.

All the prisoners in Angola Prison inmates were soon, publicly head shaved, forcibly castrated, publicly flogged and finally brutally murdered the remnants of the police and army. The weather collapsed between 1962 and 1965.

Dysentery and hair-loss timeEdit

ChildLabor1910

A homeless beggar near Biloxi during 1967.

Radiation sickness, a dysentery outbreak, sever E-coli outbreaks and a persistent urban rat infestation took their toll.

Mexican and Colombian aidEdit

Mexican and Colombian aid arrived in 1965-1967.

Southern exposureEdit

Mexican trade influencesEdit

Haitian cultural influencesEdit

Bizarre events occur in the nightEdit

The last 6 months had seen diurnal bats and mostly gay coyotes take hold in the ruins of Baton Rouge to. They were taking hold, breading and biting people. Most people were concerned and the local cops fought back with bows, swords, axes and some serving pistols. Things were chaotic, but they won after a 6 month struggle. Many adults had died by then of overwork and radiation sickness. The now mostly ferril teenagers and kids mostly starved at this time.

A loss of mayoral and emergency council controlEdit

It's gone bats!Edit

The elderly Biloxi Voodoo priest Heather Maria Redmond and here lover of 2 years, Alex Jaun Gonzalez, summoned "green alien bats from outer space" on the night of July 1st\2nd 1967. It did not work, since she was mad, but slightly mutated Coyotes, cattle and fish were common place in the ruins of New Orleans. She would become the famous person in the region's history and was always protected by a group of priestesses armed with knives, bows and arrows. Charissa Martha Reid and Colin Nathaniel Scott-Norris were here acolytes. This would cause the populace of Jackson, Mississippi, to rebel in order to save Christianity and reject the emergent Voodoo cult. 

First contactEdit

The federated Mississippi towns of Columbia, Magnolia, McComb, Meadvilleand, Bude all joined the union in 1970 after their explores found Jackson (Alabama) in 1968.

The 1973 Inland RebellionEdit

It was a anti-voodoo rebellion that

The city states of Natchez and Jackson, Mississippi, joined the rebel's struggle, but was eventually crushed by government forces in 1978.

ExsploreresEdit

Sailing up the riversEdit

Explorers traveled the Blackwater and Tombigbee Rivers between 1967 and 1972, along the Chickasawhay River in 1973, and along the Chattahoochee River between 1967 and 1977. The banks of both were lightly settled between 1973 and 1974 and some settlements became permanent in 1975. They also explored, but did not settle the banks of the Mississippi River around New Orleans at various times in the in the 1980s. More journeys found Meridian, Mississippi (which they forcefully annexed) in 1982, Gadsten, Alabama in 1983 and Rome, Georgia in 1989.

  • Mobile River (AL)
    • Tombigbee River
      • Sucarnoochee River
      • Noxubee River
      • Bogue Chitto (Tombigbee River)|Bogue Chitto
      • Luxapallila Creek
      • Oak Slush Creek
      • Tibbee Creek
      • Buttahatchee River
      • Town Creek (Mississippi)|Town Creek
      • East Fork Tombigbee River
  • Pascagoula River
    • Escatawpa River
    • Black Creek (Mississippi)|Black Creek
      • Red Creek (Mississippi)|Red Creek
    • Chickasawhay River
      • Buckatunna Creek
      • Chunky River
        • Chunky River|Chunky Creek
        • Chunky River|Okahatta Creek
      • Okatibbee Creek
    • Leaf River (Mississippi)|Leaf River
      • Bogue Homo
      • Tallahala Creek
        • Tallahoma Creek
      • Bouie River
        • Bowie Creek
        • Okatoma Creek
      • Oakohay Creek
      • West Tallahala Creek

First contact with other ex-American statesEdit

A friendly first contact was made with explores from Northern Louisiana, Athens-North-Georgia, Darien-South-Georgia South Florida, Kentucky, Lafayette (Mississippi) City State, Tennessee, Iowa, Nebraska, South Texas, West Texas and East Texas when they arrived in 1978.

New towns addedEdit

The remnants of Leakesville (Mississippi), Montgomery (Alabama), Monticello (Florida), Eutaw, Tuscaloosa, Northport (Alabama), Albany (Georgia) Sylvester, Bluffton, Dawson, Bainbridge (Georgia), Cuthbert, Dothan and Lafayette all joined 1985. Bay St. Louis joined in 1995. Port Allen (claimed, but unpopulated ruins) was laid claim to in 1997.

The 1975 labour riotsEdit

It was a anti-slavery rebellion that

Issues of gender, gun control and raceEdit

The Dawson food riotsEdit

Life todayEdit

The nation now has a slowly as a dwindling population due to dengue fever epidemics over the last 10 years. A protection program has been instigated, but it is largely ineffective. A former shanty town in 2005 north of Biloxi was knocked down and replaced in 2007 with a new estate made from a mixture of local and Mexican resources.

GovernanceEdit

The emergency councilEdit

Henry R. Luscher, Joseph N. Langan, George E. McNally and Charles S. Trimmier- 1962-67.

LeadersEdit

  • Githa LeBlanc (2010 to date)
  • Mary Toolie (2000-2005)
  • Maria Sharpness (1995-2000)
  • Clarissa Mary Decoy (1990-1995)
  • Nicolas Rodriguez (1982-1990)
  • Dr Peter Smith (1977-1982)
  • Colin Nathaniel Scott-Norris (1972-1977)
  • Heather Maria Redmond (1967-1972)

ParliamentEdit

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MayorsEdit

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SchoolsEdit

There are many major elementary schools and several major high schools. Most re-opened between 1997 and 2007. The urban coastal women sell cooked foods, usually helped by sending young girls out onto the streets or operating small stands. Research indicated that this practice was one of the main reasons city women gave for opposing schooling for their daughters. Schools are mostly full of boys.

Biloxi E-Hub School was opened in 2011 and was largley made with Brazilian, Mexican and Austrian equipment and resorces. It later got 8 more laptop-computers from Brazil and a second portable generator from Colombia in 2012.

EconomyEdit

Oyster fisher, young boy

A Biloxi fishing boat in 1977.

It is largely agricultural by nature. It is a protectorate of Upper Mississippi after it entered heavy infrastructure decline due to a bad economical decline from 1995 to 1997, after a series of bad tropical storms hit it during the hurricane season of 1993 and 1996.

MediaEdit

Local FM and regional MW RadioEdit

National, regional and local newspapersEdit

There is one daily national newspaper and each county issues a weekly local newspaper.

National TVEdit

TransportEdit

Horses are still popular in the nation, despite the recent, but short lived, outbreak of equine ethmoid hematoma and sub-cutaneous anthrax. The country also has some steam ships and steam trains. Sailing ships and a few alcohol driven motor boats use the Chattahoochee River where navigable to reach the sea at Mobile. Sailing ships and a few alcohol driven motor boats use the Mississippi river and Chattahoochee River where navigable to reach the sea at Mobile and New Orleans. The country also has some steam ships and steam trains. There are some alcohol and oil driven cars.

The police have 4 Sikorsky H-19 helicopters.

There are 7 steam trains, with a total 16 carrages, 12 flat-cars, 20 coal trucks, 12 goods wagons and 14 tanker trucks.

MilitaryEdit

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Health careEdit

Thyroid cancer was no longer a major issue after 1978 and died out by after 1987.

SportEdit

Field Hockey, baseball, target shooting and basket ball are all commonplace.

StatsEdit

  1. Leader-
  2. Currency- Coastal $
  3. Population- 1, 456, 475.
  4. Language- Southern, Afro-American vernacular and General American English.
  5. Ethnic groups- White and Black and Americans.

The photos from the nationEdit

1962-1963Edit

1964-1969Edit

1970-1979Edit

1980-1999Edit

2000-2009Edit

2010-2014Edit

1915-1919Edit

The atomic and conventional targets in 1962Edit

LouisianaEdit

  1. Lake Charles/Chennault Air Force Base- 1x 15kt (did not explode)
  2. Belle Chase, Louisiana-1 x 20kt
  3. Selman Army Airfield- 1x 60kt (It was ATL reactivated in 1961)
  4. New Orleans Lakefront Airport- 1 x 15k  
  5. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport- 1x 15kt (did not explode)
  6. NAS Baton Rouge-2 x 15kt (did not explode)
  7. England Air Force Base-1 x 15kt (did not explode)
  8. Baton Rouge- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  9. New Orleans-1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  10. NSA New Orleans Navy Base- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  11. Joint Reserve Base New Orleans- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  12. Navy Base New Orleans- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  13. Shreveport- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  14. Alexandria- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  15. Fort Polk- 15kt.

GeorgiaEdit

  1. Atlanta city center- 2x 20kt.
  2. Robins Air Force Base- It was not targeted by mistake and was thus never hit.
  3. Colombia- 1x 15kt.
  4. Albany - 1x 15kt
  5. Thomasville- 1x 15kt.
  6. Bainbridge- 1x 15kt.
  7. NAS Atlanta-2 x 15kt
  8. Fort Benning- 1x 250 kt
  9. Moody AFB- 1x 20kt
  10. Fort Gillem- 1x 20kt
  11. Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay- 100kt
  12. Warner-Robins SAC base in Macon- 1x 20kt
  13. Fort Stewart- 15kt

MississippiEdit

  1. Greenville Air Force Base-1 x 15kt
  2. Cleveland Municipal Airport-1 x 15kt
  3. Gulfport Battalion Center-1 x 50kt
  4. Mobile port- 1x 2mt (failed to explode)
  5. Naval Construction Battalion Center Gulfport- 1x 50kt
  6. Columbus Air Force Base-1 x 150kt
  7. Keesler Air Force Base-1 x 1.5mt
  8. NS Pascagoula-1 x 150kt
  9. Mississippi Ordinance Plant- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  10. Jackson (Mississippi)- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  11. Biloxi- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  12. Gulfport Battalion Center Navy Base- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs. 1 x 46kt (failed to explode and buried itself 29 ft into the ground).
  13. Columbus AFB- 15kt.

AlabamaEdit

  1. Fort Rucker- 1x 15kt and 1x 150kt (the latter did not explode).
  2. Cairns Army Airfield- 2 x 15kt and 1x 20 kt (the 2 15kt ones did not go off).
  3. Maxwell Airfield-1 x 15kt (did not explode)
  4. Anniston Army Depot- 1x 15kt (the latter did not explode)
  5. Redstone Arsenal- 1x 15kt (did not explode)
  6. Hawkins Field (airport)- 1 x 15kt (did not explode)
  7. Altmore airport-1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  8. Mobile Cost Guard Naval Aviation Training Center- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  9. Birmingham (Alabama)- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs. 1 x 46kt (failed to explode and buried itself 29 ft into the ground).
  10. NS Pascagoula Navy Base- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs. 1 x 46kt (failed to explode and buried itself 28 ft into the ground).

FloridaEdit

  1. NAS Pensacola Navy Base- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250lb, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs. 1x 50kt. 
  2. NAS Panama City Navy Base- 1x 50kt. 
  3. Miami sea-front was hit by 2x 40kt bombs and 2x 250kt ICBMs. The 4 x 2mt ICBMs at it fired by Soviet forces in Cuba in the closing stages in the war missed by 20 miles, so most of the blast went out to sea. The 1Mt R-16 intercontinental ballistic missile that came with them missed hopelessly after a malfunction and exploded it's 1Mt warhead off the north coast of the near empty North Bimini Island in the Bahamas.
  4. Miami City industrial district: 1x 50kt. The Soviet bomber was shot down by the USAF over Taylor Slough. It crashed it to the Taylor Slough, where it and it's 3 50kt nukes blew up harmlessly inside the swamp.
  5. Pinecastle Army Air Field/McCoy Air Force Base- 1x 15kt (did not explode)
  6. Tyndall Air Force Base- 1x 20 kt
  7. Naval Support Activity Panama City- 1x 20 kt
  8. MacDill Air Force Base-1 x 15kt. The single 60kt ICBM meant for MacDill AFB missed badly and hit Gainsville instead.
  9. Opa-locka Airport- Oddly, it was not targeted by the USSR and was never hit.
  10. Patrick AFB- 1x 20kt (did not go off)
  11. Camp Blanding- 1x 20kt and 1x 50kt The Soviet bomber carrying the 50kt nuke was shot down by the USAF over Taylor Slough. It crashed it to the Taylor Slough, where it and it's 3 50kt nukes blew up near harmlessly inside the swamp.
  12. Orlando city center: 1x 50kt. The Soviet bomber was shot down by the USAF over Lake Okeechobee. It crashed it to the lake, where it and it's nuke blew up almost harmlessly on the lake bed.
  13. Ft. Lauderdale city center- It was accidentally not targeted by mistake and was thus never hit.
  14. Fort Walton Beach- 1x 20 kt
  15. Santa Rosa Beach- 1x 20 kt
  16. Hurlburt Field-4x 250kt ICBM
  17. Naval Support Activity Panama City (NSA PC)- 1x 20kt
  18. Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD)- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs. 1x 20k
  19. Navy Experimental Diving Unit (NEDU)- 1x 20kt
  20. Naval Coastal Systems Laboratory Panama City- 1x 20kt
  21. Panama City Military Base, Florida- 1x 20kt
  22. Panama City port, Florida- 1x 20kt
  23. Panama City, Florida- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  24. St. Petersburg airport- It was accidentally not targeted by mistake and was thus never hit.
  25. Fernandina Beach Municipal Airport- It was accidentally not targeted by mistake and was thus never hit.
  26. Pendola Point Rd industrial estate and quay, Pendola Point Rd, Tampa.- 1x 50kt. The Soviet bomber was shot down by the USAF over Taylor Slough. It crashed it to the Taylor Slough, where it and it's 3 50kt nukes blew up harmlessly inside the swamp.
  27. Peter O. Knight Airport- It was accidentally not targeted by mistake and was thus never hit.
  28. Port of Pensacola- 1x 15kt
  29. Port of Jacksonville- 1x 15kt (missed by 20 miles to the east and did not go off out at sea)
  30. Port Key West- 2x 15kt (did not go off)
  31. Key West- 1mt
  32. Key Largo - It was not targeted by mistake and was thus never hit.
  33. Port Palm Beach- 1x 15kt (missed due to a targeting error and hit the Miami seafront instead).
  34. Pensacola- 1x 150kt (did not go off) 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250lb, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  35. Tampa habour- 1x 150kt
  36. Tampa City Center: 1x 50kt The Soviet bomber was shot down by the USAF over Taylor Slough. It crashed it to the Taylor Slough, where it and it's 3 50kt nukes blew up harmlessly inside the swamp.
  37. Tampa port-2x 15kt (did not explode and broke-up spilling radioactive matter, dirty bomb style)
  38. Tampa city center- 1x 15kt (did not explode and broke-up spilling radioactive matter, dirty bomb style). The 100kt and 450kt ICBMs meant for Tampa city centre missed badly and hit the southern town of Flamingo instead.
  39. Tampa international airport- 1 x 15 kt (did not explode and broke-up spilling radioactive matter, dirty bomb style)
  40. Kings Bay Submarine Base-1 x 15kt. The single 250kt ICBM meant for Kings Bay Submarine Base missed badly due to a malfunction and hit Gainsville instead.
  41. NAS Meridian-1 x 15kt
  42. Key Largo- 1x 15kt (did not go off)
  43. Port of Miami-2 x 15kt
  44. Miami city centre-2 x 15kt and 1x 20kt (did not explode and broke-up spilling radioactive matter, dirty bomb style)
  45. Miami international airport-2 x 15kt (failed to go off)
  46. Mayport Naval Station- 1x 10 kt (did not go off)
  47. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International- Airport 1 x 15kt
  48. Key West NAS-1 x 20kt (failed to explode)
  49. Key West AFB-1 x 20kt (failed to explode)
  50. Fort Lauderdale city's coastline-1 x 20kt
  51. Fort Lauderdale city center-1 x 20kt and 1x 15kt
  52. Tallahasse- 3 x 15 kt
  53. Pinellas Plant, Largo - It was not targeted by mistake and was thus never hit.
  54. Eglin Air Force Base-1 x 15kt (did not go off)

ArkansasEdit

  1. The missile launch complex at Faulkner county- 2x 250kt
  2. The missile launch complex at Conway county- 2x 250kt
  3. The missile launch complex at White county- 2x 250kt1x 15kt.
  4. The missile launch complex at Van Buren county- 2x 250kt
  5. The missile launch complex at Cleburne county- 2x 250kt
  6. Little Rock Air Force Base - 1x 15kt (did not go of) 
  7. Texarkana AFB- Was mysteriously never targeted by mistake, so it was not hit.
  8. Newport, Arkansas Newport Municipal Airport- 1x 15kt (did not go of)
  9. Eaker Air Force Base (aka Blytheville Air Force Base)- 1x 15kt
  10. Fort Smith- 1x 15kt (stupidly missed targeted and hit Enid Woodring Regional Airport instead).
  11. Little Rock (Arkasas)- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.

TexasEdit

  1. Houston city center- 1x 15kt.
  2. Austin city center- 1x 15kt.
  3. San Antonio ceter- 1x 20kt
  4. Dallas city center- 1x 15kt.
  5. Dalhart Army Airfield-1x 100kt.
  6. Dyess AFB- 1x 150kt (it never went off)
  7. Camp Bullis Military Training Reservation- 1x 15kt (did not explode)
  8. Pantex, Amarillo, Texas - 4x 250kt
  9. Brooks City-Base- Oddly, it was not targeted by the USSR and was never hit.
  10. Goodfellow AFB- 1x 15kt (it did not expolde and burryed it's self 6ft it to the ground)
  11. Laughlin AFB- 1x 15kt (it did not expolde and burryed it's self 12ft it to the ground)
  12. Randolph AFB- 1x 20kt
  13. Fort Sam Houston- 1x 15kt (it did not expolde and burryed it's self 18ft it to the ground)
  14. The missile silo outside Abaline (and also the town), Texas- 1x 100kt and 3x 250kt
  15. Lackland Air Force Base- 3x 15kt and 2x 50kt
  16. Sheppard AFB- 1x 15kt (did not go off)
  17. Fort Bliss- 1x 15kt (did not go off)
  18. Port Bolivar, Texas- 2x 50kt
  19. Fort Hood, Texas- 2x 150kt
  20. Waco, Texas- 1x 150kt, 1x 20kt and 10x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  21. Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  22. Red River Army Depot- 1x 15kt.
  23. Port Neches, Texas- 2x 50kt and 1x 100kt
  24. Port Arthur, Texas- 1x 15kt (did not go off)
  25. JRB Fort Worth- 1x 15kt
  26. NS Ingleside- 1x 15kt
  27. Fort Worth city centre- Oddly, it was not targeted by the USSR and was never hit.
  28. NAS Corpus Christi (Flour Bluff)- 2x 15kt (they it did not expolde and burryed it's self 12ft it to the ground)
  29. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport- 1x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs.
  30. The oil wells in Gregg County, Texas- 6x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs. and 1x 15kt
  31. The oil wells in Kilgore- 5x 24,000ld, 1x 15,000lb, 2x 12,000 lb, 5x 500lb, 5x 250ld, 5x 100lb and 10x 50lb conventional bombs. and 1x 15kt
  32. NAS Kingsville- 1x 15kt

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