|Battle of Thunder Bay|
|Part of the Jihad War of the United States of JBR|
A Deltoran Helicopter firing a missle into a communist crusier
| Deltoran Republic |
United States of JBR
Union of Midway
|Communist Party of Deltora|
| Laura Nifestri|
25px Gregor Hammelson
|Casualties and losses|
| 154 killed|
4 tanks destroyed
1 destroyer sunk
| 1,327 killed|
200 tanks lost
20 navel jets
The Battle of Thunder Bay was a battle in the Jihad War of the United States of JBR when Wikileaks published a Communist Deltora document locating the alledged headquarters of the Communist Party. Deltoran president Laura Nifestri, upon hearing this, ordered the deployment of Pro-JBRIcan Special Forces to be dispatched to attempt to capture Fidel deGardei, the leader of the uprising, and place him on the Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact Justice Court for proper trial for Crimes against Humanity.
The operation commenced with 20 Apache Helicopters, 4 C-5 Galaxys, 15 F/A-22 Raptors, and 10 twin-roter Chinook helicopters. The Chinooks landed at Thunder Bay International Airport. Soldiers came out and captured the airport from Communist control, and destroyed severel MIG fighters. After the runway was cleared, the Apaches escorted the cargo craft as the landed,dispatching tanks, more helicopters, and soldiers.
The force stormed the streets of Thunder Bay, destroying any military structures and Communist Soldiers. They came to the Canada Games Complex, and found a group of tanks massacuring civilains. The force immedently engaged the tanks, and after 15 minutes of combat, the tanks began moving towards a garage in a nearby hospital. The Pro-JBRican tanks followed. When they were within 200 yards of the garage, more tanks pulled out of the building. Deltoran Air Support bombarded the building, destroying 150 tanks.
The Pro-JBRicans located the residence of Communist leader Furel deGardei, and set to capture deGardei. deGardei's personal bodyguards were engulfed in a firefight with the Pro-JBRicans, and deGardei snuck away unharmed. The building was exploded by a bomb dropped from a jet.
deGardei's current whereabouts are unknown.