From: Crystal Palace, London.
Well, it was an interesting turn. AS bobbed back up nicely, mainly as a result of my better availability figures and the return to heavy bombing of Sector AFs. I assume that resting some of my bombers (ie no 2nd mission) probably accounts for the former, as I took the usual (heavy) casualties.
To quote myself from yesterday:
If Swift intercepts it (and why wouldn't he) he will at the least get a shock. The staggered timings for this day's missions are intended to make a unified response by FC more difficult, and maybe just throw him off balance a little.
I can announce that this actually worked quite well, as revealed in a recent decrypt of a signal from the headquarters of Air Marshall Sir Swift 'Swifty' Swift, CBE, DSO, DFC, BBC, Channel Four and bar. It read, in part, as follows:
This turn I went for the wrong raids......they looked nice but went so far north that FC was not able to intercept some of the later raids......
This deception worked so well that the North Weald 'Trojan Horse' mission, designed to hammer the unsuspecting interceptors, faced no significant opposition. On the other hand the 'uber' raid against Filton worked very well.
< Message edited by K.Pooley -- 6/13/2010 5:47:47 PM >
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