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Old 05-07-2009, 07:49 PM
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If memory serves, the Soviets have an entire corps isolated at Anchorage. I don't have the impression that Allied forces (US and maybe some Canadians) actually have the Soviets under siege at Anchorage in late 2000. I think the sheer distances involved in Alaska and the chaotic state of the world have more to do with the isolation of the Soviets in Anchorage than any action by Americans. Juneau is supposedly under control of US forces, for whatever that is worth. There are some Soviets isolated along the coast of British Columbia, too.

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