The campaign in Cronistria began with a Cuban Special Forces Detachment deploying to carry out raids on the Communists and train the Cronistrian Democrat Movement (CDM). Once sufficient numbers of CDM troops were trained the SF Det split up to form a command cadre and began leading the CDM into conventional fights. A significant battle developed in the village of Brezno, several kilometers southwest of the Cronistrian capital of Miran, in which the upstart CDM troops fought the Communists to a standstill.
Previously, Lt Trojas, the commander of the Cuban Detachment in Cronistria, had asked El Presidente and the Minister of Defense for more troops from Cuba. Lt Trojas believed with more troops, more support, the CDM might actually emerge victorious. Not only was Trojas' request flatly denied, he was insulted and reminded of his place. But when El Presidente and the Minister of Defense saw the CDM's resolve in Brezno, so near the capital, they decided to support Lt Trojas' request for more troops. While a 'No Man's Land' took shape among the rubbled streets and damaged structures of Brezno, Cuban forces began flowing into the country to support the CDM's push on the capital.
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Operation Chokehold kicks off tomorrow.