Disappearance of the Ensco Ram
Part of the Jihad War of the United States of JBR
The Ensco Ram, the ship that was captured by FNR.
Date March 12, 2011
Location Seas governed by the Union of Midway.

FNR attacks Ensco Ram.

Status Ended
South Africa Union of Midway RNFflag National Revolutionary Front
RNFflag Pietro Celega
1 Civilian Supply Ship 40 FNR agents
Casualties and losses
1 Supply Vessel captured None

The Disappearance of the Ensco Ram is a incident that occurred in the seas that the Union of Midway governs. It involves the Ensco Ram, a Midwayan civilian supply ship that was delivering aid to the United States of JBR in order to help civilians that were affected by the Battle of Desert Hill. The Ensco Ram was boarded by FNR agents, and sent out a distress signal. Shortly afterward the government lost contact with the Ensco Ram. The Midwayan Navy was deployed to deal with the situation, but soon afterward the Ensco Ram disappeared from radar. The Midwayan navy conducted a full search for the vessel, but to no avail. They did find a life boat, which was filled with the dead bodies of the crew. Of the Ensco Ram's entire crew, only 1 survived. That survivor managed to survive by abandoning ship soon after it was boarded. He identified the leader of the group that boarded them as Pietro Celega. The Ensco Ram was later spotted by the navy of the United States of JBR off the coast of Santa Catalina Island, and intercepted. After the Siege of the Catalina Island it was recaptured by Pro-JBRican Forces.

The $3 million bounty placed on the capture of Pietro Celega alive has been increased to $6 million because of this event.

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