I fixed it,
Even with 120% pilot allocation, fatigue came to some units, i noticed the following:
-The affected units where long range of their air HQ, they had been moved at some point but i failed to link them to a new HQ of that region
-Their CAP distance was set to 2, normally it shouldn't be a problem if you keep CAP numbers at around 40/50 percent.
-Some pilots where set to reserve, so they didn't participate in the rotation, on the front side you see 12 fatigue, but the pilots flying are actually around 26-30. hence accidents happen and morale dropped.
-Support level at some bases was lower then needed, but not major. but it may affect it on long term.
-Long time training, no breaks given.
-Commanders with low motivation skills, but high air skills
>i now employ a new rotation schedule, making sure after a 5 days of service a rotation with a fresh squadron is done, 2 days rest, and then rotate back.plenty of time to "cherchez la femme"
>I use Air commanders with higher skills for motivation and morale, they might be worse in air combat, but i keep them as reserve pilot in the squadron.
>I make sure the air unit is attached to an air HQ in range.
>Training squadrons get a break from training as well after 2 weeks training
It seems to work, morale is getting back up, and performance as well, just shot down 50 fighters over Burma, for the loss of 6 of my own.
Many thanks to my opponent admiral Dadman for giving me 4 days to get my air force into operations again.
October 1943, the happy days for Japan are over, the cold winter arrives!