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RE: 1275psi vs Miller - 2/19/2018 12:29:35 PM   
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Well, the problem I see with the decisive battle tactic is that the Allies need only one win one decisive battle, and Japan needs to win about 6 of them decisively and consecutively.




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RE: 1275psi vs Miller - 2/19/2018 6:10:41 PM   
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Miller did the exact same against me at Singapore, and I was pretty poor in responding to it.

What you need to do now is concentrate your air power. Get every Zero and Oscar (Nates are deathtraps) that can fly over to Malaya, and sweep, sweep and sweep some more. The Allies are remarkably brittle in the early war months - sustained combat will empty their pools very quickly.

Break his fighter strength with your own fighters, forget about bombing for the present, and keep your air power concentrated. Miller's strategy works only if he can locally outnumber you - if you're sweeping him with 100 Zeros or Oscars and then following it with bombing raids, he can't compete. It may slow you down in some areas but that's offset by the early depletion of Allied fighter pools

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RE: 1275psi vs Miller - 2/19/2018 7:30:25 PM   
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...As Japan I am going to try a tactic I personally have not seen on the AARs, but that
has worked twice now with allied concessions late 42
Japan will only sieze DEI, Burma, Darwin, and as far south I will go is Hollandia, horn island.
All those troops usually used for Solomons and Port Moresby will go into a ready reaction
counterattack, and to fortify a much reduced defensive ring

And the fleet , the fleet will wait for one great decisive battle............


Another one interested to see this tactic, good luck!

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RE: 1275psi vs Miller - 2/20/2018 1:09:08 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Lowpe

Well, the problem I see with the decisive battle tactic is that the Allies need only one win one decisive battle, and Japan needs to win about 6 of them decisively and consecutively.

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