Column 1: Asked(needed). So 200(1600) means the unit needs 1600 more men to reach full strength, but is asking (requesting) HQ for 200 this turn.
Column 2: In. The actual amount the unit received.
Column 3: Ret. Returned...sometimes an HQ will get replacements for a unit that dies in combat, or is transferred elsewhere...so it will Return these steps back up the chain to STAVKA/OKH
Column 4: D-Ret. Disband Return...if you put units on Disband, they will slowly send their strength back up to STAVKA/OKH.
The second screenshot shows the Replacements Received window from the STATS/REGIME STATISTICS buttons.
The second number shows the replacement points received to the actual unit. For example, OKH in your screenshot received 13 steps of stuff. You can see what that stuff is under Reports, Replacements received. It will also include any Returns from units that don't require the steps, and for OKH, any card play that adds replacement points.
The First number is the amount of replacement points tallied that all the subordinates recieved.
If you click the Replacement requested button...(my favourite) Then the first number is a what the units need to reach full strength (including subordinates, so for OKH it is the entire map of forces for the Axis), and the second number is the amount they are asking for. Note that an HQ is asking for points for itself to pass on to immediate subordinates, as well as for itself.
< Message edited by LiquidSky -- 10/5/2012 7:29:01 PM >
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