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AIR INTERDICTION - 12/1/2017 10:25:50 PM   
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WHEN YOU SET A AIR UNIT FOR INTERDICTION DO YOU PICK THE TARGET AREA?
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RE: AIR INTERDICTION - 12/1/2017 11:26:12 PM   
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No, can`t do that. You could limit the air unit range though, if you don't want it to go too far and out of range of your fighters.

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RE: AIR INTERDICTION - 12/1/2017 11:29:36 PM   
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okay so when you place a air unit for interdiction it picks it's own targets that are within it's hex range? sorry i am just trying to understand how it is run.

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RE: AIR INTERDICTION - 12/1/2017 11:30:53 PM   
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That would be cool to concentrate interdiction to an area. But as Meyer1 said you can set the range.

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RE: AIR INTERDICTION - 12/1/2017 11:32:10 PM   
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okay got it, thank-you

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RE: AIR INTERDICTION - 12/2/2017 4:25:07 AM   
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What is the difference between interdiction and an air unit making an attack on an enemy ground unit?

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RE: AIR INTERDICTION - 12/2/2017 8:23:57 AM   
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What is the difference between interdiction and an air unit making an attack on an enemy ground unit?

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Interdiction happens during the movement phase of the enemy ;) And interdiction also disrupts the enemy's supply net (if enough units are being set to interdiction of course).

Air units have a variety of options available depending on their specific capabilities. Bomber and fighter bomber units have the option of direct bombing strikes against enemy targets. In addition bomber units have the option of interdiction (strikes against enemy units as they move) and combat support (assisting ground units in resolution of attacks) or they can rest. Air combat units have the ability to perform air superiority missions. These units can interdict air missions by enemy bombers.

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RE: AIR INTERDICTION - 12/2/2017 11:52:53 PM   
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btw , this thread should be moved to the main forum

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