Operation Hellfire
Part of the Great Pacific War
Damage caused by an ICCM.
Date June 12, 2011
Location Various areas in Peru, Chile

760 ICCMs and 5 prototype anti-matter missiles hit multiple cities and bases in Peru.

Status Ended; Severe casualties and damage throughout Peru and Chile
PrussianWarFlag2 Prussian Empire Peru Peru
Chile Chile
PrussianWarFlag2 Alfred von Schliefen
PrussianWarFlag2 Hans Grosse
Peru Alan Garcia
760 ICCMs
5 Prototype Anti-Matter Missiles
Casualties and losses
747 ICCMs Explode Targets
13 ICCMs Missing
5 Prototypes Hit Target

Operation Hellfire was the most major military action taken by the Prussian Empire in the Great Pacific War. On June 12, 760 Prussian ICCMs and 5 Anti-Matter Missile prototypes were launched from Prussian silos, sent to hit multiple targets in Peru and Chile. The bombing was one of the most destructive events of the war, ruining the cities of Lima and Santiago and causing catastrophic casualties. Multiple important supply lines, communication hubs, military bases and weapons factories were hit as well by the missiles, dealing a powerful blow to the militaries of the two countries.

The bombings were condemned by the United Nations, who, while generally supporting the STOP side of the war, did not appreciate the use of deadly force against civilian targets. Alfred von Schliefen responded by stating that Peru attempted to use a nuclear bomb against Quarthe, which only failed due to the Prussian Advanced Strategic Defense Initiative.

The bombings were considered a crucial success into interrupting the United Pacific Aligned Coalition from protecting its possessions and puppet states and allowing it to be invaded by the incoming Sunshiner troops. Peruvian President Garica reportedly fled the capital of Lima and sought refuge within Brazil's Amazon Forest.

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