From: Vienna, Austria
ORIGINAL: Chris H
What effect will this have on Kamikazi attacks late war. Most of them will be carried out without air superiority.
I have no idea. The reason is simple: There are so many variables involved on strikes when no target is set, that it is practically impossible
to determine the influence of a single element on a strike.
Theres weather, air superiority, morale, leader aggression, fatigue, air support, HQ, target priority, target distance,....I could go on and on.
I would say it has an impact on Kamikaze target selection and attack probability, but the result can easily get overridden by another variable.