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Coordinating Carrier Air Strikes - 3/17/2012 10:10:38 AM   
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In the game manual its written on page 167:

The coordination of air strikes is affected by how many Carrier aircraft are based in the TF launching a strike. The chance of uncoordination is doubled under the following circumstances:
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»Allied TF in 1942 and the number of aircraft in the TF is greater than 100 + rnd (100).
»Allied TF in 1943 and the number of aircraft in the TF is greater than 150 + rnd (150).
»Allied TF in 1944 or later or a Japanese TF at any time and the number of aircraft in the TF is greater than 200 + rnd (200).

1. Does "rnd" stand for random number?

2. What about 1945? Is there an aircraft limit in that year also?

3. Does TF commander naval, air, admin and agression skill in any way effect this coordination?
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RE: Coordinating Carrier Air Strikes - 3/17/2012 10:17:57 AM   
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1. Yes

2. Yes. Take 1944 numbers

3. No.

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