New player here ( I am somewhat well read on the eastern front, but don't understand the game mechanics). I think my understanding of "refit" and the use of the unit "refit" button in game is different. My understanding of refit in a military context is that ideally a unit is pulled off the line (or if still on the front line, then at least in a quiet zone) to conduct tasks that are difficult to do effectively when the offensive/defensive operational tempo is high.
For example these tasks can be done more effectively without being under stress: intake of replacement personnel, conducting higher level maintenance, conducting training/ re-training, swapping of old equipment for new, more rest than usual etc etc.
However, from what I've gathered from reading posts and the manual, is that if you place a unit on refit, then the unit (with the refit button on) gets replacements faster than units that are not on refit. So by selectively placing units on refit, you can prioritize who gets replacements. Am I off track here? Thanks.
I should add, that I am concerned that if I put my frontline units on refit and leave it on that it will negatively affect that units combat power. Because I'm thinking that idea of "refit" also equates to a relaxed/ vulnerable mode, as per my understanding of the term in real life.
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