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Recovering after a tough fight - 2/15/2013 2:40:32 PM   
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I am assaulting Clark field Luzon, I am playing Japan, situation is Allies are trapped in Bataan/ Clark Field.
Most of my troops are also in Clark Field, they are fatigued, and some had suffered heavy casualties (both disabled and destroyed deviced) after an unsuccesful deliberate attack.

Having captured everything else in Luzon, I am not in a hurry to capture Clark or Battan, my questions are :
how can I recover fatigue/ disabled troops? would they recover under daily bombardment? how long would it take to recover fatigue under these conditions? (just an estimate... 2 weeks? 3 weeks?)
should I move them out of Clark until fully recovered? maybe moving one unit at a time so to keep pressure on Allies?

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RE: Recovering after a tough fight - 2/15/2013 3:41:21 PM   
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You can rotate them in Rest-mode. Just be sure you have enough Assault Value in units with Combat mode to contain possible counter attacks. Rest-mode is generally best and fastest way to recover.

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RE: Recovering after a tough fight - 2/15/2013 3:53:22 PM   
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I believe having ample Support in the hex helps as well.

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RE: Recovering after a tough fight - 2/15/2013 4:17:01 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Lokasenna

I believe having ample Support in the hex helps as well.


I do beleive inspiration and admin level of leaders help here also ?

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RE: Recovering after a tough fight - 2/15/2013 4:42:20 PM   
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All of the above.

Rotate them into and out of Manila, which is malarial-free for prolonged R&R. If your Army HQ should be stationed at Manila-they can take advantage of their ability to support / rebuild LCUs here in a non-malarial hex, but they're off the front lines of Bataan. Yet, they're only 1 hex from Bataan, so their preparation is still useful.

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RE: Recovering after a tough fight - 2/15/2013 5:23:10 PM   
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Remember that in order to take on replacements, you must be at a base wit 2x required supplies.

Being in an area with numerous bases in the the immediate area that are well supplied, will allow you to draw reinforcements even faster.



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RE: Recovering after a tough fight - 2/15/2013 6:39:38 PM   
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thanks a lot, I will build a well equiped "comfort station" in Manila

what I am also planning to do is to put the bombers at very high altitude + 30% to 40% rest so to avoid flak losses; will see how this goes

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RE: Recovering after a tough fight - 2/15/2013 7:54:06 PM   
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It's easy to get stuck on Clark; this is why I favor bypassing it in the first place, and moving on to other targets. Starve it out and come back for it later.

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