If an enemy lands a unit transport in a port within range of ones air units, will they then always try and make an interdiction? Do you have to leave one operation points available on your own turn before it will work? And will air superiority groups also try to interdict?
stjeand -> RE: Air interdiction (6/12/2021 2:53:45 PM)
No they will not always.
1) They must have >50% efficiency. 2) They must be set on full support 3) They must be set on naval (I believe this was added to the game so that you can just interdict naval or land). Not sure if they are set on strat or airfield what they do. 4) I also believe there is a chance they won't fly but not sure what that is.
No you do not need op points left.
Yes opponent air superiority will try to interdict and friendly will escort.
Remington700 -> RE: Air interdiction (6/12/2021 3:10:16 PM)
This is helpful - Thank you.
ChuckK -> RE: Air interdiction (6/13/2021 1:04:00 PM)
Good question. That explains what I was doing wrong, ty.
ReneTS -> RE: Air interdiction (6/17/2021 7:48:00 AM)
Thanks for the advice. Is there any limit on how many interdictions an air unit or naval unit can do per turn?