From: My Mother, although my Father had some small part.
You just need to read and do not take an example or two as a pattern.
Italian level bombers bombers sunk Juno and other destroyers, hit the bridge of Gloucester and put it out of the combat, damaged with near misses HMS Eagle that she could not be at Taranto mission, all from high level bombing, they also put once more a dozen of bombs around Ark Royal and none hit. None of that success and can hide the fact that it was small reward for the number of bombing missions done.
There are also several instance of 3 or 4 British torpedo bombers be unable to hit a damaged merchant almost standing still in good weather, that does not takes the fact that they had several success in the Med.
They are success and absurd success like 13 aircraft having a 50% often success or in this case 70% hit rate. That does not happen.
You seem to not be reading yourself. I'm quoting from direct accounts of the Pacific War. not the Med. Different aircraft, methods, situations, ect.
You seem not to read the point I'm trying to make.
If you have a problem with TB bobming test it against the control of other types. Otherwise, what you're saying is ... not relevant.
Irrelevant. First the fact these results are wrong by itself, i don't need to test them.
Are you sure? I have tested things and found that what I that was correct was not correct.
Second i play the game and can compare enough.
Comparing things without eliminating the differences produce errors. That is why a double blind experiment is the best. Just comparing things can lead to what you need to test for and what you need to reduce or eliminate for the test.
Third maybe you should ask with this kind of hit rate why air forces invested in torpedoes and dive bombers.
Torpedoes make holes in the hull, try to float a boat with a hole in it without patching the hole and see how long it stays on the surface. Dive bombers bombing put the bombers over the target without facing as many small caliber AAA from escorts, it is more accurate, and the bombs plunge onto the top of the armor at an angle that keeps it from bouncing off before exploding. Hopefully, the bomb penetrates the target. Towards the end of the war, many Avengers went out on shipping raids with bombs instead of torpedoes. But for armored men of war, torpedoes are the best option to put holes in the hull under the water line.
Just get any aircraft with 2 bombs and get 30-70+% hit rate.
Not always, it depends upon the target. But in many cases, the bombs are released closer to the target than the torpedoes are and that gives the target an opportunity to evade the torpedoes besides the obvious chance that the torpedo, which moves a little slower than the torpedo carrying plane which dropped it, does not have the correct course to impact the target.
Seek peace but keep your gun handy.
I'm not a complete idiot, some parts are missing!
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