I'll do it again.
SIC: Carlotta was unharmed physically. Mentally though no doubt these events could leave a mark.
"Besides having the piss beaten out of me by some hick cops, running from the feds, and the several new bullet scars all over my body. I'm doing as well as can be expected."
IC: Some troops leaving the frontline are given new orders to defend Kisangani which the troops are traveling through regardless however the Orders to defend the capital mean surrounding commanders which could have provided reinforcements are instead reinforcing the capital.
The last remaining helicopter is swiftly downed by the New arrivals of the EAF airforce with the EAF's direct military intervention in the region crushing local moral. Landed paratroopers are resisted by troops in the city who primarily seek shelter inside the cities buildings entrenching themselves in such and attempting to form a defensive line between connected buildings though ensuring control of linking sidealleys and shacks.
Meanwhile landed paratroopers face desperate assualts from Kisangani Command troops coming back from the frontlines attempting to get inside the new Defensive Lines that have been established.
Militias and Commanders present on the cities outskirts attempt to defend its flanks but ultimately are forced to retreat or are routed in the face of the far superior EAF army. Those that retreat escape into the Urban Jungle of the city and those that instead try to retreat into the countryside would be quickly overrun by the EAF advance.
EAF paratroopers however are met by the Congo airforce or at least most of it, Mig-23 and Sukhoi Su-25 Grach Fighter jets. Such aircraft would be usually relegated to training duties in most militaries but for the weak Congo Central government under attack from foes inside and out it is all they have. As such the 9 fighter strong Congo Airforce is sent out in one Herculean Counterattack, aiming to intercept incoming EAF paratrooper Carriers,scare them off or destroy them and retreat before the EAF can respond with its own fighters.
Congo Central Government directly contacts Shadow Company asking for full military support in defense of Kinshasa.
PIC: Following the use of anti-ship missiles the gunboats utilised by Kalemie Naval Command are completely destroyed along with a few other watercraft. The remnants of the Kalemi Fleet without their main vessels turn right around and at full speeds retreat back to Kalemie before traveling up the river into the Mountains. So too do the Congo troops in the mountains withdraw leaving only border scouts. The city is soon occupied by EAF forces.
They did so.
IC: To completely destroy the enemy at Kisangani, the EAF publishes evidence of war crimes by the Congo forces (using civilian buildings as cover) online to turn the propaganda war against them. All military targets are struck, and the EAF-created Medical Organisation of Africa enters to tend to the wounded for free.
The paratrooper aircraft are scared away before returning, accompanied by Su-35s and other fighters to destroy the aging Congolese airforce.
The EAF troops push from all directions in Kinshasa, attempting to utterly crush the enemy.
SIC: The twelve snipers were prepared. They were carefully handpicked from people who used to be servants but were also skilled in the use of firearms, and they were ready for deployment.