Hurian forces stationed in Bangui pose for photo
|Commanders and leaders|
|Benjamin Williams||Ivan Nerosk|
|Total Hurian & allied forces 402,850||Total Vanev and allied forces 238,640
|Casualties and losses|
The conflict effectively ended on 12 August 2012, when most of the Hurian forces were withdrawn because of the dissolution of the Hurian Federation. Vanev quickly defeated the remnants, ending the conflict, and entered the disputed territories to attack Hurian loyalist groups.
Huria is fighting on its home turf, where it has the clear advantage. The Point Defense Network will prevent any missile attacks into its territory, and the Defiance Defense Perimeter will ensure any land or aerial are restricted to lands outside of East Africa. Reinforcing troops in the theater of combat will be fluid, granted the fact that Huria is right next to the fighting. Hurian forces outnumber Vanev forces by the tens of thousands, with the additional hundreds of thousands stationed in Huria itself. With the addition of superb combat training, Hurian soldiers are excellent jungle fighters, and are likely to dominate the field if a jungle enviorment presents itself. Logistically, Huria's decades of inter-linking the rail networks of the countries around it to its own to speed up its plans for the region shall enhance Huria's dominance of the fighting. All-in-all, it will come down to what Vanev attempts to try during the conflict. Regardless, all of the cards seem to be in Huria's favor.