From: Zichron Yaaqov, Israel; Before, Treviso, Italy
ORIGINAL: John 3rd
March 1, 1945
It is March 1945 and the Japanese Army is launching a multi-pronged assault upon the Allied Forces. There is no hope for decisive victory but there is real hoping for successful spoiling attacks that might blunt the Allied momentum for a short period of time.
The Fusan Perimeter
This troop concentration SHOULD draw the American B-24s. In this campaign, 2EB don't attack troops often. It is left to the trooping killing, all powerful 4EB. GOOD! From five separate AFs 100s of Fighters are dedicated to LRCAP over this base. To be honest I have no idea as to how many are assigned. Best guess is 5-600 minimum. For the record here are the altitude settings--FRANK 30,000Ft, SAM 20,000Ft, and Tony-100 10,000Ft.
Sounds promising - finally!