From: Winnipeg, MB
Landing at the adjacent non-base hex sounds reasonable and a good way to overcome the HQ disruption bug. The unit still has to march 46 miles through malaria-infested jungle so it will not arrive in perfect shape, which should be a reasonable estimate of the disruption they would have from landing at an enemy-held base and being shot at.
Sorry to hear that some of the communications you get on the forum come across as overly critical or mocking to you! I try to look at the author's overall style and if they always seem that way, I put it down to their never being sensitive to the tone of theiir message and how it might be received. It doesn't mean they intend to cause grief, they just might not know they are doing it. If you ever feel I have done this to you, I welcome a PM telling me and I will learn my own "insensitivities" that way. Anyone who responds negatively to such a PM is not going to change and their posts can be safely ignored!
Remember, you cannot change other people, you can only change your own reaction to them - don't let them push your hot buttons and ruin your AAR experience!
No matter how bad a situation is, you can always make it worse. - Chris Hadfield : An Astronaut's Guide To Life On Earth