Kimberly Ann Possible Place of Birth: Middleton, Cascadia. Allegiance: Pacifican Self Defence Force Years of service: 1992 to present Rank: General Commands: 7th Pacifican Militia; 1st and 5th SDF Infantry; 2nd SDF mechanised; SDF army group Idaho; Surpreme commander of the SDF. Battles/ wars: North American war: North- Western front 2nd Battle of Ross lake; Idaho retreat; Battle of Tacoma; Battle of Seattle; Battle of Boise; Operation 'No big'. Nickname: "flaming avenging Angel"
Kimberly Ann Possible (* 23. 05. 1967) is a pacifican general and current commander of the Pacifican Self Defence Force. Receiving command over the SDF after the death of general Lipsky during the Limbaugh invasion, general Possible lead her forces successfully against the warlords incursion, and the attempted invasions of Alaska, Russia and Deseret, earning the nickname "flaming avenging Angel". Her overall performance in the war is reviewed sometimes rather mixed. While some see her as one of the best commanders of the war, others describe her style and her tactics as aggressive and reckless
Early life and career
Possible was born in Middleton, Pacifica, to Dr. Timothy Possible, a local college Professor, and Dr. Ann Possible, born Tailor, a doctor at the Middleton general hospital. Kimberly Possible attended the Middleton High School. She took part in several student exchange programs, including stays with host families in California, Britain, Germany and Japan, where she would gain her love for the martial arts. Back at home, she studied Kung Fu under the guidance of the famous pacifican martial artist Bruce Lee. Also, she was a member of the Pacfican scout organisation. What she learned in those days about the woods and mountains of the northeast would later help her in the defence of her home nation.
After graduating high school with records marks, Possible joined the Pacifican Self Defence Force and attended the Portland Military Academy. She also took part in several officer exchange programs, giving her chance to study in German and Canadian military academies. After finishing her training, Kimberly Possible quickly rose through the ranks of the SDF, due to her amazing abilities, and quickly rose from leading a simple militia unit to one of Pacifica's best mechanised units.
During the North-West war
After the mercenary group "Rush's Rushers" raided Spokane, Cascadia, Kimberly Possible was left in charge of army group Idaho by General Drew Lipsky, who then turned north with most of Pacifica's forces to defeat the Rocky Mountain mercenaries. Expecting (correctly) an unprovoked attack by Deseret while Pacifica was occupied elsewhere, General Possible began to entrench and prepare her forces. When the SDF soon was defeated during the 1st Battle of Ross Lake, and general Lipsky killed, President Hasselback appointed general Possible as supreme commander of the Self Defence Force.
With equipment, advisors, and expeditionary troops arriving from Canada, Germany, and Japan, Possible began to raise new units for the SDF, concentrating especially on improving Pacifica's mechanised and armoured forces. As soon as possible, she led her available forces east from Seattle to defeat "Rush's Rushers". General Possible and her SDF forces fought against elements of the Montana mercenaries in the second battle of Ross Lake, but it was the German and Canadian troops who ultimately drove back the warlords troops. Before General Possible could pursue the enemy, Idaho was invaded by the Navoo Legion. Some sources say that Possible's hatred for Mormons partly stems from the fact that Deseret's invasion prevented her from personally avenging the first battle of Ross Lake and the murder of General Drew Lipsky.
Never the less, Kimberly Possible led her forces south into Idaho, while German and Canadian elements would pursue "Rush's Rushers". In Idaho, General Possible ordered the still infantry- heavy SDF and militia to dig into strong defensive lines, while using her available mobile assets to prevent the Mormon troops from breaking through the lines or moving around the flanks. Despite taking heavy losses, the Navoo Legion slowly moved towards Boisse. General Possible realized she had to fight for time, using the vastness of the land and every available defence natural line, until the new SDF units were ready for combat, and her allies could send reinforcements. But this strategie would be shaken when the Grand Duchy of Alaska declared war on Pacifica. General Possible quickly left for the Pacific coast to organise the defence of the nations heartland. With Limbaugh's army defeated in Montana, she was able to move numerous SDF and militia troops west. Aide also arrived from Canada and California, which also declared war on Deseret, easing pressure against Pacifica's lines in Idaho. Still, General Possible mostly relied on inexperienced SDF troops to fight off the Alaskan/Russian invasion. Skilfully using the urbanised areas of Cascadia, her troops were finally able to wear down the invading forces in heavy urban fighting, combined with attacks by mobile forces on the enemies supply lines. Alaska's soldiers and mercenaries were stopped before they could enter the capital, and finally driven out of Tacoma, which took heavy damage and high civilian casualties in the battle. General Possible later said that she had to "use one part of the nation as a shield to block the blow that would have killed the entire body".
With Russia and Alaska backing out of the conflict due to international pressure, the SDF was able to move it's battle hardened forces south to Idaho, where the Navoo Legion had in the meantime advanced on Boise, where heavy urban fighting was taking place. In the ensuing battle of Boise, The SDF mobile forces under General Possible, supported by Canadian air strikes, in a surprise move smashed through the Navoo Legion's flanks, and cut of their attack spearhead. The surviving Mormons had to retreats south. At this point, the Mormon government put a bounty of six million British pounds on the general's head. Two assassination attempts were made on General Possible's life, one by bounty hunters, the second by Navoo Legion special forces. Both were unsuccessful.
The Navoo legion stopped the Pacifican advance in the mountains of northern Utah. General Possible, without consulting her allies, send infantry and mountain rangers through Californian territory. The gamble paid off: The SDF was in the legion's rear areas. Unable to continue fighting against a superior foe, Deseret asked for an armistice.
Opinons about Kimberly Possible's style of warfare are mixed, both in Pacifica and abroad. Some criticise her for using urban areas in defensive warfare, for using her troops recklessly and over- aggressively (especially her armoured attack in the battle of Boise), and for entering Californian territory without permission. On the other hand, hardly anybody can deny her success in defending Pacifica. Her supporters point out how excellently she used the limited resources available to her, and her well- planned defensive campaigns, and her successful use of armoured and mechanised troops. Military planners and cadets in military academies around the world will probably argue for centuries if her flanking move through the mountains in Nevada was a piece of military brilliance, or more dumb luck than a living person deserves. Despite all, Kimberly Possible today is one of the most popular public figures in Pacifica, especially among veterans, and will most likely be remembered as one of the great military commanders of the north American war, along memorable individuals like Captain Landshark, or Colonal Andrew L. Keane.
Public and private life
Currently, General Possible is still in command of the Self Defence Force, continuing her work to reform the SDF after the casualties of the war, and into a stronger and more mobile force. Her efforts have met with wide approval by the Pacifican public, still shaken by three foreign invasions in the span of three years. She's also actively supporting the Pacifican veteran's association. With her being one of Pacifica's most popular public figures, some rumour that she will be the NSDAP's next candidate for the presidential election, with her adjutant and life-long friend Major Ronald Stoppable as vice- President. On the other hand, her reputation abroad has recently suffered due to the efforts of the Californian Eisner media trust, which is the main competitor to the North-West Media group, owned by General Possible's uncle Gerald Possible. So far, Kimberly Possible has neither confirmed or denied any political ambitions.
Recently, Kimberly Possible, an open homosexual (which was an additional reason for the Mormon church to put a bounty on her head during the war. Rumour is that the bounty is still on her head), has announced that she and her long- time partner Sheila Gordon plan to marry. A date for the wedding has not been set yet. The Pacifican veteran's association offered to bake the biggest wedding cake the world has ever seen as a wedding gift. In the internet, a reward of 100.000 British pounds was offered for a video of the couple's honeymoon by a person named "Thande". General Possible in turn set a reward of 100.000 British pounds for capturing "Thande".