Today this is the once great city of Washington.
History that lead up to Military Road M-A-7
The city was never saved during the Civil War, which was only 15 years ago. Now the deserted city burns and the island the main commerical center sits on is below the sea, its only a matter of time before the reminants are gone, and the ruins become more ruins.
The city was destroyed when many of Amoria's people wanted to break off due to rapid change and equality. A war broke out between the rebels and the Amorian military. The world watched as a military super power, and a economic power house tear itself apart. The rebels won battle after battle, the Amorians kept on losing their own homeland to rebel forces. The Amorian military regrouped to the Kennedy Isles t re assemble their forces. A massive rebel force neared the capitol of Amoria, Washington. The Amorian military had to travel 6 miles of dirt road called 7 Mile Drive (which was more than 7 miles), while the rebels were only 10, but they had the advantage, Highway 79, a recently paved highway that could take them their in only minutes, but the Amorian military would take at least 30 minutes to even get to H-79.
The leader of the rebel forces lead them into the city where it was over run, and destroyed. The Amorian military flanked the rebel forces only hours later where the rebel leader was killed by a marine sniper. The last ditch effort given by the Amorian military was a sucess and a year later unity was restored to the war torned super power.
The dirt roads where the cities of Kennedy Isles and New Washington stand today were a wake up call to the Amorian government. They need a route where they can delploy units when needed. Paralell to the A-7 is the M-A-7, from Kennedy Isles military base Amoria can send units between New Washington and Kennedy Isles in only minutes.
Main Base on Kennedy Isles to New Washington's
After going to the mainland, M-A-7 is jointed with A-7 for half a mile
Again on its own, it is blocked by military checkpoints.
Along the M-A-7, stands a motor pool.
As we enter New Washington, the road turns onto the ocean for a fifth of a mile, give or take.
The M-A-7 ends at the New Washington naval yard, which only can support one ship at a time, but still provides New Washington with a small military.