From: Winnipeg, MB
There are some subs around, but most are barrier CAP to the south, waiting to interdict the enemy fleet when it comes north.
My armada will probably be spotted today, but if it is not, I'll hit Kwajalein's port the following day as I approach. If we are spotted, it's a good bet that everything will run away. I do plan on using my torpedo bombers to help soften up the troops. I've trained them to at least an adequate level of ground attack.
I don't think a cruiser raid would find anything. The only contacts my subs have had in the area have been a single xAK here and there, supplying bases most likely.
[edit: barrier CAP is the wrong term, I know, but it's how I think of it]
I think "patrol line" describes it well enough.
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