Keep in mind, the first, closest available delivery point is used--least cost path algorithm. Each delivery is a separate occurrence.
As you know, operational logistics points are TPs that are part of units. It's the "Sustainment Company" of the unit that returns to the road or rail route to pickup and deliver LPs to the unit.
The "Sustainment Company" doesn't just drive back to the road/rail and pickup. It drives back to the road, then follows the road as far back toward the SHQ as it can to pickup the LPs.
In that way, LPs on the road/rail are more likely to reach other unit's, etc. farther away from the SHQ. The closer, more capable unit didn't sandbag the pickup.
Finally, operational logistics points are subject to the same terrain penalties for deliveries. As Truck Action Points are to Truck Points, "operational logistics actions points" are to Operational Logistics Points. So add that to the old SAT.
< Message edited by Malevolence -- 6/14/2020 2:27:19 AM >
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