Each unit can only deliver one nuclear warhead on one target during a combat resolve.
But in a classic Cold War scenario, there should be substantial use of tactical nuclear weapons, where sometimes over 30 nuclear warheads would be delivered into a small vicinity, while over 100 nuclear warheads will be detonated in a short time period.
This requires a "nuke salvo" from a ground/air unit (e.g. an SSM battalion or a TFS/TFW, in most cases of division/brigade-level Cold War scenarios) - all available missiles (usually 4-6 for an SSM battalion) or all available bombers (18-24 aircrafts) will deliver the warheads simultaneously. But this can not be achieved in the TOAW, which limit the number of nuclear missile fires in one combat resolve (can be seen as a round) to 1.
I suggest that the number of nuclear attacks being conducted by one unit should be limited by the amount of nuclear-capable delivery systems, i.e., an SSM battalion of 4 Scud missile TELs can conduct 4 instead of 1 nuclear attacks in one combat resolve, and the 4 attacks can be aimed at different targets.
< Message edited by NikolaiEzhov -- 1/31/2019 3:59:00 AM >
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