From: Tucson, AZ
Hey there Mike man. Good to hear from you. I really like thread traffic, especially
if it applies and is appropriate and your's always are. Thanks.
Love the Operation names.
I'm open to suggestions. I like the tounge twister type myself. In Vietnam we used the brand of cars that were being driven back then: Buick, Ford, Jimme, etc. for our call sign. Mine was Spectre followed by the tail number of the plane I'm flying on, most often 029.
Foggia looks like a good place to hold as it cuts the rail line and the road network. Does look a long way away from your forces though...
Yeah, it's out there by itself and I'm not sure they are getting any supply at all. Next turn the Axis forces will be there or they won't and whether they are or not is the contingency that determines what I need to do next. I've already staged the 82nd Airborne troops at Tarakan to get them ready to depart if they need to put out a brushfire somewhere close. I wasn't thinking of putting a garrison there at Foggia just yet. I was thinking that I would drop in there, hold the city for a turn to establish possession, and then fly out of there lickety split. I'm thinking that would be enough to trigger the event that removes the Axis aircraft but doesn't endanger any of my assets besides the paratroopers. And they knew what they signed up for.
< Message edited by larryfulkerson -- 5/3/2018 12:08:58 AM >
there's two things that everyone needs to know: (1) 90% of the human race lives near the coast. (2) human beings can't breathe under water.