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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 2:08:45 AM   
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Durn, you seem to have Brad's number! Well done, GJ!

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 2:25:53 AM   
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Loving it, GreyJoy. Loving it.

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 3:11:49 AM   
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Nice work!

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 3:19:06 AM   
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Make it stop! Santa Maria!

It's the 8 hex nightmare!

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 3:31:49 AM   
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Ban-F'n-Zai!

Well done, and IMHO a rushed move by Q-Ball. He is hanging out a bit here and will probably try to retire. You have a chance to clean up some cripples, though, which will end up a very nice win for you. If he presses on, his losses could escalate from the Operational level to the Strategic.

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 8:12:57 AM   
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Awesome!

In one blow you managed to take away several of the major routes of advance for him. Now he's stuck with places he can move under LBA for at least a few more months.

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 8:16:42 AM   
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Well done that man!

I'm a complete newbie at this, but the impression does seem to be that your opponent is "rushing it". And you are making him pay

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 8:17:08 AM   
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Big mistake on Q-Balls part imo.

He is rushing when there is absolutely no need for it and now he paid the price. Well done GJ!

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 9:10:58 AM   
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Thank you guys for your support!

Brad wrote me an email saying he had 1/2 of his fighters on training and all but one of his DBs on stood down. He seemed pretty depressed and said he has to stop rushing his turns or he better stop playing. I know how's feeling...when you get the turn and discover you have made a dumb mistake like setting on training all your DBs or ordered you BBs not to retire after a bombardment.... it really hurts.

However even if his DBs were set on nav attack, he couldn't have reached my CVs, so the outcome may have not been that different.
Brad ain't losing any CVs, i'm pretty sure. I just hope the damages to his 3 CVs hit by torps is extended enough to force them to stay in the docks for some more months...thus gaining time for my deep defences to grow.
I can't chase him down cause i only have at hand 6 CVs and nothing more. Won't force my luck.
I think he got lucky here anyway.... if those 100 bombers and 40 fighters had found the target and coordinated a bit, not turning back as they did, he could have had some CVs sunk immediately and possibly some BBs damaged... This is our 3rd CV engagement and he has always been lucky with the outcome...

Now i have to get back to the shades and leave the possible attack of tomorrow to my LBA. This time i'll use the Frances en masse...let's see if he decides to try to hunt me down.

In less than 20 days my KB will be fully operative again, with 12 CVs, 4 CVLs and 2 CVEs. The good thing about this battle is that now i now i don't have to worry much, at least for the next 30 days or so, about my western flank.

I also decided to abbandon Mitykina and Wazrup in Burma and move my burmese eastern perimeter from Katha to Lashio. Time to start shrinking my perimeter cause he's sending a lot of LCUs both on Akyab and on the central front (south of Kalemyo). I don't wanna overcommitt in Burma but at the same time i don't want to risk any breaktrhough...so a small retreat on more defendable positions is advisable now me guess. This should free up a division that can be used as a reserve.



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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 11:04:17 AM   
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Definitely

You can slow him to a snails pace there, and judging by this AAR, slowing him down makes him a lot more prone to mistakes

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 12:09:39 PM   
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Check to see his aircraft losses. You might have gotten one CV. Even if you didn't he may have lost a few flightdecks and is unable to launch a credible strike. You might want to consider a run north and east and try another strike on any stragglers . Hopefully the BB's have cleared the area because they just seem to soak up DB attention at the expense of CV's. Really well played here. He has to reload on the CV and the APA front now, if you had any irritating counter attacks planned you have a couple of months.

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 12:50:57 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: GreyJoy
email saying he had 1/2 of his fighters on training and all but one of his DBs on stood down.


Wow. What a major error. Who does that when they're anticipating combat? Unless, of course, they're just flying along relying on mass application of superfluous strength and flipping turns as fast as they can.

Do you have any surface combatants nearby? Can you scoot some of them into the Finschafen area on a straggler sweep? There's only so many ways out of the NG 'bend' where he is. Bottlenecking them-if possible-is probably not a bad idea. Subs? Surface CL/DD attack?


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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 2:48:48 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Cap Mandrake

Make it stop! Santa Maria!

It's the 8 hex nightmare!


[Sillyness=on] "That so gamey to take advantage of a game mechanic that allows the IJ to strike at one hex more than the Allies. There is no historical precedence for such an advantage ... Blah Blah Blah .. " [/sillyness] [For those that do not understand .. There is a group of IJFB's have a tendency to complain a lot about certain "ahistorical" advantages the Allies have in this game Santa Maria! The perfect 8 hex strike!]

What an excellent operational move GreyJoy! Not knowing the DL level .. I thought you got an abundance of bad die rolls in the strike package department. I do think with your excellent position and with the enemy taking a steamroller approach that this was about to happen but I thought a more LBA strike package rather than the perfect surgical strike with CV's ..

One thing to think about is the real life Battle of San Bernardino Strait -- the IJ snatched a defeat from a decisive victory .. it looks like you are going to balance measured force with risk to pick off the Escort TF's?

Anyway .. excellent move .. After listening to CR's advice in my AAR and watching this AAR ..I still believe the DEI is one of the toughest routes to strike at the empire. Interlocking LBA and close fuel sources for injecting the KB into the mix makes such a move like this not only possible .. but in the hands of an excellent player probable...

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 2:50:32 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Chickenboy


quote:

ORIGINAL: GreyJoy
email saying he had 1/2 of his fighters on training and all but one of his DBs on stood down.


Wow. What a major error. Who does that when they're anticipating combat? Unless, of course, they're just flying along relying on mass application of superfluous strength and flipping turns as fast as they can.

Do you have any surface combatants nearby? Can you scoot some of them into the Finschafen area on a straggler sweep? There's only so many ways out of the NG 'bend' where he is. Bottlenecking them-if possible-is probably not a bad idea. Subs? Surface CL/DD attack?



This is where Tracker comes in handy IMHO ... I have learned to check every squadron out methodically on the speadsheet before sending in the turn ...

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 2:50:47 PM   
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I feel his pain - it's awful to flub orders in a big Op.

I concur with the others who say to try for his CVs. Subs, surface TFs, LBA, even CVs if feasible. He's in constricted waters and some of those US bird farms are hurting and will be slowed.

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 2:59:41 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Cribtop

I feel his pain - it's awful to flub orders in a big Op.

I concur with the others who say to try for his CVs. Subs, surface TFs, LBA, even CVs if feasible. He's in constricted waters and some of those US bird farms are hurting and will be slowed.


It is hard to tell the condition because I would look at the movie for the levels of sys damage and fire. It looks like from the Yorktown picture that that is between 25% - 50% fires? I think over 50% puff of thick black smoke are embedded in the flames -- while all red flames I think are between 25% - 50%? It would have been intersting to see the movie for teh Hornet just after the explosion to see how much sys damage [how much streaming black smoke from the center]. "Ammo explosion" I think only means an extra damage die roll which can be fatal in a spectrum all the way to just adding a little bit more damage ..

You have an excellent point in that it will be interesting if any of these TF's form Escort TF's. If involving CV's that is a sure indicator that those "bird farms" can't launch ...

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 3:52:12 PM   
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Escort TFs with carriers and some small (mostly ASW) escort in an escort TF are quite vulnerable to surface intercept-even by small numbers of surface raiders. These will lag the exfiltration from the area and are doubly vulnerable.

Greyjoy-I would very strongly encourage you to be aggressive here. Your opponent is pinned against the New Guinea shoreline to the West, New Britain to the SE and the Devil / Deep Blue Sea to the East. He's not going North, so you can really rip him a new one on the only way out. Follow up your intial efforts with a full press slaughter. It's the right thing to do.

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 4:57:31 PM   
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mmm... still no reply from Brad. I guess he's a bit upset and taking his time to play this round...

BTW, as far as i can tell, the Yorktown has gotten some heavy damages and should be in a escort TF, while the Sara, the Hornet and the Lex seems to be still in fighting conditions. I won't play with my luck now. He has his whole fleet there. 3 Essex classes, 2 CVLs and probably the starting carriers (minus the Wasp who took another torp during the battle for Rabaul 2 months ago). Even if i took out the York, it's still a mighty power to face and i only have 6 CVs with me... the smallest ones! No, i won't chase him down.
Also i have a very critical fuel situation. I was already at 55% fuel when i decided to rush this 14 hexes at full speed... now i barely have the fuel to get back to the randevous point with my AOs....
In war you have to accept what the Gods give you and should never ask too much... it's still a long long way to 1945 and there will be other battles to fight. We've won this one, let's accept it and get what it gives.

I'll let my Frances and my subs do the job... let's see what they can do

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 5:01:06 PM   
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Maybe it's time to unleash the CA's? Any chance for a night dash at full speed? He does have some air assets left and you won't have any (much) fighter cover but a couple of ca's and tanaka might be deadly

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 5:05:02 PM   
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A part from the little tactical victory (yes, it was a little one, believe me), this battle has, imho, a great phycological value.
Brad was laying a trap for me and got counterambushed...this is the third CV encounter that he loses...and even if his losses have been marginal, i think he's starting to feel a bit of a complex towards my CVs...this will slow him down cause he will suffer, for some more months, of a CV inferiority, so, as Obvert said, he will have to advance only under the LBA umbrella...and there are very little place where this can be done. In the meanwhile i'll be able to keep on fortifying my positions and to build my inner perimeter, train crews, get some shiny new air groups and keep on building planes.
My LBA remains strong and soon he'll have to face it.
I must keep my fleet active and strong and, like Koniu, move like a butterfly and sting like a bee

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 5:06:00 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: JohnDillworth

Maybe it's time to unleash the CA's? Any chance for a night dash at full speed? He does have some air assets left and you won't have any (much) fighter cover but a couple of ca's and tanaka might be deadly



No fuel for another run at flank speed southwards... barely have it to run at full speed to Biak... sorry :-(

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 7:10:16 PM   
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ORIGINAL: GreyJoy

mmm... still no reply from Brad. I guess he's a bit upset and taking his time to play this round...

BTW, as far as i can tell, the Yorktown has gotten some heavy damages and should be in a escort TF, while the Sara, the Hornet and the Lex seems to be still in fighting conditions. I won't play with my luck now. He has his whole fleet there. 3 Essex classes, 2 CVLs and probably the starting carriers (minus the Wasp who took another torp during the battle for Rabaul 2 months ago). Even if i took out the York, it's still a mighty power to face and i only have 6 CVs with me... the smallest ones! No, i won't chase him down.
Also i have a very critical fuel situation. I was already at 55% fuel when i decided to rush this 14 hexes at full speed... now i barely have the fuel to get back to the randevous point with my AOs....
In war you have to accept what the Gods give you and should never ask too much... it's still a long long way to 1945 and there will be other battles to fight. We've won this one, let's accept it and get what it gives.

I'll let my Frances and my subs do the job... let's see what they can do


A good choice.

However, you might throw some Emilys or Bettys on night attack with torps if they can reach the area, just for kicks. You never know. Or if he hasn't closed Rabaul or any other base you still hold in the area, add some groups in there behind the lines to try to pick off the stragglers. You can fly in a bit of support if the base forces are removed. Again, a long shot, but air groups are worth losing to get to damaged CVs.

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/21/2013 11:10:24 PM   
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 Aug 30, 43

His CVs escaped to my subs-traps and none of my Frances launched ...they stopped just 1 hex south of Hansa Bay and none of the Frances from Vanimo and Hollandia decided to take off... oh well...


Guys, we have a BIG crisis in Burma. South of Kalemyo he managed to place 40,000 men right under my nose very fast. 2 Indian Division, 1 Chinese Division and 1 tank regiment... against 1 reinforced Thai Division.... they shock attacked... DAMN!... one of my regiment simply unfolded and retired, while the division held, despite the 1-2 Odds.... i have a regiment of the 48th Division just 2 days far from there and some more troops are flowing...but if he breaks...Burma is lost for good

Too stupid and too overconfident i've been here. Relied too much on the stacking limit and paid an heavy price. I risk to lose a whole theatre now...

Well, let's face it. Japan, sooner or later, must lose and my time is ending....


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Ground combat at 58,43 (near Kalemyo)

Allied Shock attack

Attacking force 32854 troops, 449 guns, 551 vehicles, Assault Value = 1155

Defending force 7908 troops, 53 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 337

Allied adjusted assault: 1015

Japanese adjusted defense: 461

Allied assault odds: 2 to 1

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+), fatigue(-), experience(-)
Attacker: shock(+)

Japanese ground losses:
     1082 casualties reported
        Squads: 24 destroyed, 99 disabled
        Non Combat: 16 destroyed, 9 disabled
        Engineers: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
     Guns lost 12 (1 destroyed, 11 disabled)
     Units retreated 1

Allied ground losses:
     1556 casualties reported
        Squads: 48 destroyed, 281 disabled
        Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 27 disabled
        Engineers: 1 destroyed, 15 disabled
     Guns lost 21 (1 destroyed, 20 disabled)

Defeated Japanese Units Retreating!

Assaulting units:
   36th Chinese Division
   7th Indian Division
   Gardner's Horse Regiment
   5th Indian Division

Defending units:
   7th RTA Division
   3rd RTA/C Division



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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/22/2013 12:12:19 AM   
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Your best bet to buy the two days is to launch ground attacks using your bombers no matter what the cost. With a little luck the disruption could keep the odds low enough that 7th RTA holds until your additional division arrives.

Did you not have aerial recon checking these stacks for this though?

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/22/2013 7:21:47 AM   
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After that attack he's probably low on supply. If this is a jungle hex off-road you still won't have time to add something else. Might be time to just move back past the plains in a controlled withdrawal to the next jungle line. All is not lost, though. Once there you have inside lines that can help deal with these threats more easily.

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/22/2013 1:47:34 PM   
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September 1, 1943

The battle for Burma has begun.
There has been a great air battle over the contested hex, held by the heores of the 7th RTA division.
Japan sent 10 Sentais to patrol those skies. The cream of the Japanese Air Army.
The allies made sweep missions with 3 P-47s squadrons, several P-40Ks and not less than 40 P-38Hs, followed by 100+ bombers escorted by some 200 more fighters. A full day of harsh air battles. The IJA managed to sent 100 Helens on bombing missions.
At the end of the day Japan had lost more than 100 planes and the allies 130/140...

The shock attack followed by 2 Indian Division and a tank Bde, achieving a 3-1...but the line HELD! My goodness, they HELD!!!!!!
One more day...i need one more day... com'on...

Burma redeployment has begun. I hope the sacrifice of those brave guys will be enough to be offered to the Gods of war... i need another day of heroes...one more day.
Tomorrow the IJAAF will make another big effort. Let's hope in some rain...let's hope in some storms... let's hope the Gods may help us

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Morning Air attack on 7th RTA Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 43 NM, estimated altitude 31,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 16 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 44
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 25
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 76
Ki-84a Frank x 99

Allied aircraft
F4U-1 Corsair x 18

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 3 destroyed
Ki-84a Frank: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
F4U-1 Corsair: 1 destroyed

CAP engaged:
251 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (27 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
27 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
202 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (17 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
17 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
1st Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 27 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 30 minutes
9th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 14 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 34 minutes
11th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 22 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
24th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (27 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
27 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
59th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 13 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 20000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 3 minutes
64th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (22 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
22 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
87th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 18 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 43 minutes
246th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 23 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 34 minutes
248th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 22 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
260th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 12 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 20000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 3 minutes



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Morning Air attack on 7th RTA Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 19 NM, estimated altitude 32,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 3 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 44
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 17
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 70
Ki-84a Frank x 90

Allied aircraft
P-38H Lightning x 23

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIc Tojo: 1 destroyed
Ki-84a Frank: 2 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
P-38H Lightning: 4 destroyed

CAP engaged:
251 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
27 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28490.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 12 minutes
202 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 17 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 1 minutes
1st Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
20 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 25540.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 19 minutes
9th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 14 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 2 minutes
11th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 16 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
24th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
25 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28270.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 18 minutes
59th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
5 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 228 minutes
64th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
22 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 31000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 17 minutes
87th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 18 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
246th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
23 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28270.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 14 minutes
248th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
22 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 19000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 11 minutes
260th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
12 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 18000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 23 minutes



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Morning Air attack on 7th RTA Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 20 NM, estimated altitude 23,400 feet.
Estimated time to target is 6 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 39
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 16
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 60
Ki-84a Frank x 75

Allied aircraft
P-40N1 Warhawk x 25

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
P-40N1 Warhawk: 3 destroyed

CAP engaged:
251 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
27 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 29000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 40 minutes
202 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 12 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 45 minutes
1st Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (15 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
15 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
9th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
11 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 31000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 112 minutes
11th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
16 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 30000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 26 minutes
24th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 25 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 12 minutes
59th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 5 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 19 minutes
64th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 22 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 1 minutes
87th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
17 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 34000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 85 minutes
246th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
13 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28270.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 183 minutes
248th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
16 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 30000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 14 minutes
260th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 11 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 20000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 1 minutes



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Morning Air attack on 7th RTA Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 46 NM, estimated altitude 46,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 13 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 33
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 11
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 56
Ki-84a Frank x 70

Allied aircraft
P-47D2 Thunderbolt x 25

Japanese aircraft losses
N1K1-J George: 3 destroyed
Ki-44-IIc Tojo: 3 destroyed
Ki-84a Frank: 4 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
P-47D2 Thunderbolt: 3 destroyed

CAP engaged:
251 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
27 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 29000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 13 minutes
202 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
0 plane(s) not yet engaged, 6 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 4 minutes
1st Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (11 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
11 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
9th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 11 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 31000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 14 minutes
11th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
16 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 30000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 12 minutes
24th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
25 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 25000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 55 minutes
59th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
3 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 19400.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 18 minutes
64th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
21 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 26400.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 19 minutes
87th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 17 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 34000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 10 minutes
246th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 13 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 23 minutes
248th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
12 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20400.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 134 minutes
260th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
8 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 18000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 80 minutes



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Morning Air attack on 36th Chinese Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 14 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 4 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 27
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 8
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 36
Ki-49-IIa Helen x 55
Ki-84a Frank x 10

Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIc Trop x 23
P-40K Warhawk x 18

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIc Tojo: 1 destroyed
Ki-49-IIa Helen: 5 damaged
Ki-49-IIa Helen: 1 destroyed by flak

Allied aircraft losses
Hurricane IIc Trop: 1 destroyed
P-40K Warhawk: 2 destroyed

Allied ground losses:
31 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled

Aircraft Attacking:
25 x Ki-49-IIa Helen bombing from 6000 feet
Ground Attack: 4 x 250 kg GP Bomb
13 x Ki-49-IIa Helen bombing from 6000 feet
Ground Attack: 4 x 250 kg GP Bomb
15 x Ki-49-IIa Helen bombing from 6000 feet
Ground Attack: 4 x 250 kg GP Bomb

CAP engaged:
No.30 Sqn RAF with Hurricane IIc Trop (8 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
(8 plane(s) diverted to support CAP in hex.)
8 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 20000
Raid is overhead
4 planes vectored on to bombers
No.79 Sqn RAF with Hurricane IIc Trop (7 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
(7 plane(s) diverted to support CAP in hex.)
7 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 20000
Raid is overhead
No.258 Sqn RAF with Hurricane IIc Trop (8 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
(8 plane(s) diverted to support CAP in hex.)
8 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 30000
Raid is overhead
35th FG/41st FS with P-40K Warhawk (18 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
(18 plane(s) diverted to support CAP in hex.)
18 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 20000
Raid is overhead
4 planes vectored on to bombers

Also attacking 7th Indian Division ...
Also attacking 36th Chinese Division ...
Also attacking 7th Indian Division ...
Also attacking 36th Chinese Division ...
Also attacking 7th Indian Division ...
Also attacking 36th Chinese Division ...
Also attacking 7th Indian Division ...
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Morning Air attack on 5th Indian Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 17 NM, estimated altitude 7,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 5 minutes

Japanese aircraft
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 11
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 29
Ki-49-IIa Helen x 27
Ki-84a Frank x 24

Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIc Trop x 15
P-40K Warhawk x 13

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIc Tojo: 1 destroyed
Ki-49-IIa Helen: 2 destroyed, 7 damaged
Ki-49-IIa Helen: 1 destroyed by flak

Allied aircraft losses
Hurricane IIc Trop: 3 destroyed
P-40K Warhawk: 1 destroyed

Allied ground losses:
25 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

Aircraft Attacking:
23 x Ki-49-IIa Helen bombing from 6000 feet
Ground Attack: 4 x 250 kg GP Bomb

CAP engaged:
No.79 Sqn RAF with Hurricane IIc Trop (1 airborne, 0 on standby, 3 scrambling)
1 plane(s) intercepting now.
2 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters between 19240 and 31000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 63 minutes
5 planes vectored on to bombers
No.258 Sqn RAF with Hurricane IIc Trop (2 airborne, 0 on standby, 1 scrambling)
2 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 30000 , scrambling fighters between 24120 and 32000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 47 minutes
1 planes vectored on to bombers
35th FG/41st FS with P-40K Warhawk (8 airborne, 0 on standby, 1 scrambling)
8 plane(s) intercepting now.
4 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters between 8000 and 29000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 53 minutes
9 planes vectored on to bombers
No.30 Sqn RAF with Hurricane IIc Trop (6 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
6 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 20000
Raid is overhead

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Morning Air attack on 7th RTA Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 8 NM, estimated altitude 8,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 3 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 27
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 11
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 39
Ki-84a Frank x 56

Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIc Trop x 19
Vengeance I x 16
P-40K Warhawk x 5

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIc Tojo: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
Hurricane IIc Trop: 2 destroyed
Vengeance I: 9 destroyed

CAP engaged:
251 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (27 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
27 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
1st Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 34000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 39 minutes
9th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (10 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
10 plane(s) intercepting now.
Group patrol altitude is 31000
Raid is overhead
11th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 29000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 41 minutes
24th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
23 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 23000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 51 minutes
59th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 3 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 32000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 57 minutes
64th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
13 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 129 minutes
87th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
9 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 23000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 48 minutes
246th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 47 minutes
248th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 12 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 49 minutes
260th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 18000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 39 minutes



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Morning Air attack on 7th RTA Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 20 NM, estimated altitude 11,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 7 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 26
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 11
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 36
Ki-84a Frank x 56

Allied aircraft
Beaufighter VIc x 16
Blenheim IV x 12
Blenheim VD x 12
Hurricane IIb Trop x 16
Hurricane IIc Trop x 113
Wellington Ic x 15
Wellington B.X x 12
B-25C Mitchell x 38
B-25D1 Mitchell x 12
B-26 Marauder x 3
P-40K Warhawk x 9
P-40N5 Warhawk x 18

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIc Tojo: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
Blenheim IV: 1 destroyed
Wellington B.X: 1 damaged
B-25C Mitchell: 2 damaged
B-25D1 Mitchell: 1 damaged

Japanese ground losses:
47 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 2 disabled

Aircraft Attacking:
12 x Wellington B.X bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 8 x 500 lb GP Bomb
9 x Blenheim IV bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 4 x 250 lb GP Bomb
12 x Wellington Ic bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 8 x 500 lb GP Bomb
9 x Blenheim VD bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 4 x 250 lb GP Bomb
12 x B-25C Mitchell bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 6 x 500 lb GP Bomb
12 x B-25C Mitchell bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 6 x 500 lb GP Bomb
12 x B-25D1 Mitchell bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 6 x 500 lb GP Bomb
11 x B-25C Mitchell bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 6 x 500 lb GP Bomb
3 x Wellington Ic bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 8 x 500 lb GP Bomb
3 x Blenheim VD bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 4 x 250 lb GP Bomb
3 x B-26 Marauder bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 6 x 500 lb GP Bomb
3 x B-25C Mitchell bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 6 x 500 lb GP Bomb
2 x P-40N5 Warhawk sweeping at 10000 feet
4 x Hurricane IIc Trop sweeping at 10000 feet
2 x Hurricane IIc Trop sweeping at 10000 feet

CAP engaged:
251 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
26 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 7000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 178 minutes
1st Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 34000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 46 minutes
9th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
7 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 7000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 116 minutes
11th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 29000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 53 minutes
24th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 23 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 23000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 41 minutes
59th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 3 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 32000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 36 minutes
64th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 13 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 36 minutes
87th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
9 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 23000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 35 minutes
246th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 40 minutes
248th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 12 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 37 minutes
260th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 18000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 41 minutes



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Morning Air attack on 7th RTA Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 10 NM, estimated altitude 13,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 3 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 26
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 11
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 28
Ki-84a Frank x 56

Allied aircraft
P-40E Warhawk x 6
Hurricane IIc Trop x 6
Wellington Ic x 6
P-40K Warhawk x 8

No Japanese losses

Allied aircraft losses
Wellington Ic: 3 destroyed

CAP engaged:
251 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 26 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 7000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 29 minutes
1st Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 34000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 43 minutes
9th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
3 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 9000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 50 minutes
11th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 29000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 31 minutes
24th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 23 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 23000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 47 minutes
59th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 3 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 32000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 40 minutes
64th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 13 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 39 minutes
87th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
5 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 9000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 235 minutes
246th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 47 minutes
248th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 12 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 48 minutes
260th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 18000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 30 minutes



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Morning Air attack on 7th RTA Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 9 NM, estimated altitude 10,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 3 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 23
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 11
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 28
Ki-84a Frank x 56

Allied aircraft
Hurricane IIc Trop x 2
Vengeance I x 16
P-40K Warhawk x 7

No Japanese losses

Allied aircraft losses
Vengeance I: 9 destroyed

CAP engaged:
251 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
23 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 9000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 442 minutes
1st Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 34000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 52 minutes
9th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 3 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 9000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 40 minutes
11th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 29000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 39 minutes
24th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 23 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 23000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 42 minutes
59th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 3 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 32000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 53 minutes
64th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 13 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 35 minutes
87th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 5 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 9000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 34 minutes
246th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 45 minutes
248th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 12 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 33 minutes
260th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 18000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 31 minutes



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Morning Air attack on 7th RTA Division, at 58,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Clear sky

Raid spotted at 13 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 4 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 21
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 11
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 28
Ki-84a Frank x 56

Allied aircraft
P-40E Warhawk x 18
Blenheim VD x 6
Hurricane IIc Trop x 8
B-25C Mitchell x 9
B-26 Marauder x 9
P-40N5 Warhawk x 7

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIc Tojo: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
P-40E Warhawk: 2 destroyed
Blenheim VD: 2 destroyed, 1 damaged
Hurricane IIc Trop: 1 destroyed
B-25C Mitchell: 2 damaged
B-26 Marauder: 1 damaged
P-40N5 Warhawk: 1 destroyed

Aircraft Attacking:
5 x Blenheim VD bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 4 x 250 lb GP Bomb
9 x B-26 Marauder bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 6 x 500 lb GP Bomb
9 x B-25C Mitchell bombing from 9000 feet
Ground Attack: 6 x 500 lb GP Bomb

CAP engaged:
251 Ku S-1 with N1K1-J George (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 0 scrambling)
21 plane(s) not yet engaged, 0 being recalled, 0 out of immediate contact.
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 7000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 125 minutes
1st Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 34000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 53 minutes
9th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 3 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 9000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 36 minutes
11th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 29000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 41 minutes
24th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 23 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 23000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 39 minutes
59th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 3 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 32000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 47 minutes
64th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 13 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 43 minutes
87th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 5 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 9000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 34 minutes
246th Sentai with Ki-84a Frank (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 10 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 28000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 34 minutes
248th Sentai with Ki-44-IIc Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 12 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 31000 , scrambling fighters to 20000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 53 minutes
260th Sentai with Ki-44-IIa Tojo (0 airborne, 0 on standby, 8 scrambling)
Group patrol altitude is 20000 , scrambling fighters to 18000.
Time for all group planes to reach interception is 43 minutes


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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/22/2013 2:31:40 PM   
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Any maps? What is the distance still to go for your regiment in miles? Is it in move mode? Even if that arrives, it might not be enough to hold, but you said you had more coming as well?



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Nice Allied sweeps by Corsairs, then P-38's then P-40N's and then especially the P-47's but the poor Wellingtons still crumpled like children's kites. It was a beautifully engineered air attack..but it failed.

I am willing to be Yul Brenner is commanding that Royal Siam Army unit.

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Can you paradrop some guys on the contested hex or would that be considered gamey ? I have never done it in game, don'teven know if it's possible to paradrop on a contested non base hex ? If possible and you happened to have a paradroppable unit nearby, I personnally wouldn't consider it gamey, it is a legitimate attempt to reinforce a position with all you've got but anyway, you are probably not in a position to do it.

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RE: Augustine summer wine - 4/22/2013 5:19:58 PM   
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Sep 01, 43

More air battles over the Indian border. This time storms prevented any air mission over the brave guys of the 7th RTA Division, but the "C" regiment of the 48th Division got hit hard by the enemy bombers while marching. Over their heads another fierce battle took place, with more than 50 enemy planes falling in falmes from the skies...like burning stars, while the japanese air army managed to keep the air losses pretty low.
Thanks to the efforts of the mighty 5th Air Division, the guys of the "C" regiment managed to reach the contested hex. Today the Indians didn't attack (thank God), probably due to the high fatigue levels of 3 shock attacks in a row...
Now the whole front is moving but the hex isn't safe yet. More regiments are marching in, along with the 15th Army HQ and an heavy artillery unit... but it will take them at least a week to get there,so we'll still be on the edge.

Yul Brinner? Well, that MGen leading that Division really deserve a medal.

Now more enemy units are flowing in. I need to keep on moving and to stabilize the front, while i'll retreat from Akyab and mitikyna.





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Morning Air attack on 48th/C Division, at 57,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Heavy rain

Raid spotted at 19 NM, estimated altitude 9,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 8 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 11
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 19
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 11
Ki-84a Frank x 17

Allied aircraft
Beaufighter VIc x 12
Lysander II x 3

No Japanese losses

Allied aircraft losses
Beaufighter VIc: 4 destroyed
Lysander II: 2 destroyed



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Morning Air attack on 48th/B Division, at 57,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Heavy rain

Raid spotted at 19 NM, estimated altitude 9,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 7 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 11
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 16
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 5
Ki-84a Frank x 17

Allied aircraft
Blenheim IV x 12
Blenheim VD x 6
Hurricane IIc Trop x 24
Wellington Ic x 9
Wellington B.X x 12
B-25C Mitchell x 3
B-25D1 Mitchell x 3
B-26 Marauder x 3
P-40N5 Warhawk x 7

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIc Tojo: 1 destroyed
Ki-84a Frank: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
Blenheim IV: 2 destroyed
Blenheim VD: 1 destroyed, 1 damaged
Hurricane IIc Trop: 5 destroyed
Wellington Ic: 2 destroyed, 1 damaged
Wellington B.X: 1 destroyed, 1 damaged
B-25C Mitchell: 1 damaged
B-26 Marauder: 1 destroyed, 1 damaged
P-40N5 Warhawk: 2 destroyed



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Morning Air attack on 48th/C Division, at 57,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Heavy rain

Raid spotted at 12 NM, estimated altitude 11,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 3 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 4
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 6
Ki-44-IIc Tojo x 2
Ki-84a Frank x 4

Allied aircraft
P-40E Warhawk x 10
Blenheim VD x 6
Hurricane IIb Trop x 16
Hurricane IIc Trop x 15
B-25C Mitchell x 15

Japanese aircraft losses
Ki-44-IIa Tojo: 1 destroyed

Allied aircraft losses
Blenheim VD: 3 destroyed
B-25C Mitchell: 1 damaged

Japanese ground losses:
10 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled


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Morning Air attack on 48th/B Division, at 57,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Heavy rain

Raid spotted at 11 NM, estimated altitude 14,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 4 minutes

Japanese aircraft
N1K1-J George x 1
Ki-44-IIa Tojo x 1
Ki-84a Frank x 1

Allied aircraft
Beaufighter VIc x 8
Hurricane IIc Trop x 8
Wellington Ic x 9
B-25C Mitchell x 21
P-40N5 Warhawk x 18

No Japanese losses

Allied aircraft losses
Wellington Ic: 1 destroyed, 3 damaged
B-25C Mitchell: 1 damaged
P-40N5 Warhawk: 1 destroyed

Japanese ground losses:
12 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

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Morning Air attack on 48th/C Division, at 57,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Heavy rain

Raid spotted at 19 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 6 minutes

Allied aircraft
P-40E Warhawk x 12
Blenheim VD x 6
Hurricane IIc Trop x 15
B-25C Mitchell x 9

Allied aircraft losses
B-25C Mitchell: 1 damaged

Japanese ground losses:
11 casualties reported
Squads: 0 destroyed, 1 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 0 disabled

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Morning Air attack on 48th/B Division, at 57,43 , near Kalemyo

Weather in hex: Heavy rain

Raid spotted at 10 NM, estimated altitude 12,000 feet.
Estimated time to target is 2 minutes

Allied aircraft
Beaufighter VIc x 8
Hurricane IIc Trop x 10
B-25D1 Mitchell x 9
B-26 Marauder x 9

Allied aircraft losses
B-25D1 Mitchell: 1 damaged



I'm experiencing a lot of problems with the game today at my pc at office. I can only run the turn and see the replay, but as soon as it finishes the replay, the game crashes to desktop. I tried to uninstall and re-install (yes, don't wanna work today), but it keeps on crashing. I tried to downgrade to a previous patch and it seems to work, but obviously keeps on telling me that the patch is wrong.... what should i do?
Any help?
I'll try to see if the same problem happens in my laptop or at my desktop at home




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