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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/17/2021 3:29:25 PM   
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The KB floating around in the middle of the Coral Sea is doing exactly what you want it to do


+1

My strong CA/DD forces at Marysborough has to worry him...but having the KB there to guard it is simply overkill.

June is coming, and Shokaku and Zuikaku both get radar upgrades...perhaps a good time for a CV clash.

Starting to ponder how to take Perth back...already started on Darwin. Probably need to take that back in the next 2-3 months if I can.

I want to push on several fronts, Burma, Ceylon, Baker Island, Australia to keep Japan busy while slowly building up elsewhere. I am close to being able to take Addu west of Ceylon....


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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/18/2021 1:34:04 PM   
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The danger point, can my next position hold the tanks? I will have 30+ Stuarts, about a dozen Jungle guns and 900 slightly dug in Chinese troops in good terrain...my hope would be for the tanks to attack without artillery or infantry support which would be two days of movement and one day to attack...

Japan timed their assault badly if he wants to snowball up the road, still might do it, but without tanks in pursuit he might lose the overstacking bonus...time will tell.

Getting supplies here along the Ankang road is a royal pain.






215 supplies flown into China today

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/18/2021 1:36:21 PM   
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The final defenders on the first Ankang road position...






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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/18/2021 2:21:45 PM   
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The evacuation continues...






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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/18/2021 5:33:20 PM   
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Starting to ponder how to take Perth back...already started on Darwin. Probably need to take that back in the next 2-3 months if I can.


I would say that Perth is more important than than Darwin to get back as it pushes his flank out further and makes getting things into Australia from Cape Town easier. Of course, the capture of Kalgoorlie is the key as it allows rail movement of troops into that area. My first attempt was just landing at Esperance and rely upon that one AF was a disaster. If you go there, I would say land at both Esperance and Albany, which I did against Nathan and it worked well.

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/18/2021 11:15:05 PM   
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Going for Darwin first rather than Perth...actually, Broome then Darwin unless the IJ run.

Taking Broome will help to make thing perilous for the IJ in Perth I think. I can live with the longer convoy routes to Australia...better than Japan can live with the SRA being threatened.

Troops are already on their way, HQs assigned, and we will need plenty of engineers.






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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/18/2021 11:20:53 PM   
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A quiet movement day.

237 supplies flown into China.

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 10:43:02 AM   
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Our subs launch torpedoes and miss two juicy AO and one troop laden AMC off Australia...

One of IJN's Iboats finds some lone xakls running resources to Pearl and sinks both of them in surface actions (2vp ships).

Japan is pushing on the northern resource route...I am making a token effort of defending it.








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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 10:46:28 AM   
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A bit of luck here as pursuing tanks catch another IJ unit...and then the whole spearhead pursues the fleeing Japanese troopers, some units making as much as 23 miles. Will be in Bowen tomorrow in force!

Note the supply malus for the Japanese.

Ground combat at 94,148 (near Bowen)

Allied Deliberate attack

Attacking force 3516 troops, 143 guns, 499 vehicles, Assault Value = 1527

Defending force 1922 troops, 10 guns, 0 vehicles, Assault Value = 10

Allied adjusted assault: 116

Japanese adjusted defense: 6

Allied assault odds: 19 to 1

Combat modifiers
Defender: leaders(+), fatigue(-), supply(-)
Attacker:

Japanese ground losses:
1052 casualties reported
Squads: 8 destroyed, 4 disabled
Non Combat: 29 destroyed, 39 disabled
Engineers: 6 destroyed, 4 disabled
Guns lost 10 (6 destroyed, 4 disabled)
Units retreated 1

Allied ground losses:
Units pursuing 15

Defeated Japanese Units Retreating!





Really enjoying the luxury of having 20K+ supply in all forward bases here in Australia.

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 11:02:10 AM   
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Can't trust Chinese recon and have to assume that large stack of 50K IJA troopers is still moving inland, doubly so since there is another IJ unit behind it moving to catch up...

Japanese tank spearhead of 8 units faces off against 30 Stuarts (which if history is any measure will get 100% disabled in the upcoming attack) and two medium Chinese Corp with two partial units of Jungle Guns and a stronger Corp marching to their aid, while two shattered corp (totaling 50AV) continue their long retreat back up the Ankang road.






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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 11:40:00 AM   
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Just building our ports and runways here...getting ready for the Addu invasion...

Japan is rebuilding their shipyard here.

Japan has allocated 40K troops to keeping Ceylon...he should be abandoning it to be honest. It isn't going to get him autovictory (at least I don't think so) and is acting as a huge force drain on the Empire where the Japanese troops face destruction...

He really needs those fighters over Rangoon and Magwe...








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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 2:21:41 PM   
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The never ending flow of Allied reinforcements:

xAK John Hart arrives at Alameda

12th BG/81st BS arrives at Stockton

12th BG/82nd BS arrives at Stockton

12th BG/83rd BS arrives at Stockton

12th BG/434th BS arrives at Stockton

301st BG/353rd BS arrives at Mojave

303rd BG/358th BS arrives at Mojave

12th BG/HqS arrives at Stockton

Asiatic Fleet arrives at San Francisco

145th Infantry Regiment arrives at San Francisco

5th Marine Defense Battalion arrives at San Diego

13th Field Regiment arrives at Sydney

1st War Area arrives at Chungking


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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 5:37:55 PM   
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The never ending flow of Allied reinforcements:

xAK John Hart arrives at Alameda

12th BG/81st BS arrives at Stockton

12th BG/82nd BS arrives at Stockton

12th BG/83rd BS arrives at Stockton

12th BG/434th BS arrives at Stockton

301st BG/353rd BS arrives at Mojave

303rd BG/358th BS arrives at Mojave

12th BG/HqS arrives at Stockton

Asiatic Fleet arrives at San Francisco

145th Infantry Regiment arrives at San Francisco

5th Marine Defense Battalion arrives at San Diego

13th Field Regiment arrives at Sydney

1st War Area arrives at Chungking


And they will just keep coming,which means you have to supply them, and fuel them and get them into the fight, which means Perth is about to become more and more important. Maybe not for troops, but for food and fuel and bullets, and another way off the map for a major repair shipyard? Right now you have have one route to Australia. It will be much harder for the IJN if they have to try and choke off 2 routes

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 6:54:32 PM   
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ORIGINAL: JohnDillworthwhich means Perth is about to become more and more important. Maybe not for troops, but for food and fuel and bullets, and another way off the map for a major repair shipyard? Right now you have have one route to Australia. It will be much harder for the IJN if they have to try and choke off 2 routes


Don't think so...

Most of all the supplies and at least half of the fuel is getting to Oz come from Cape Town...a much smaller fraction arrive from New Zealand and the West Coast. Well, the West Coast is shipping 0...coming from Panama Canal and Port Stanley.

My point is that both east and west routes are open and haven't been attacked once that I can recall. I have lost a few ships early on from Pearl or West Coast headed to NZ...but that was me overlooking their routing.

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 6:57:39 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Lowpe


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ORIGINAL: JohnDillworthwhich means Perth is about to become more and more important. Maybe not for troops, but for food and fuel and bullets, and another way off the map for a major repair shipyard? Right now you have have one route to Australia. It will be much harder for the IJN if they have to try and choke off 2 routes


Don't think so...

Most of all the supplies and at least half of the fuel is getting to Oz come from Cape Town...a much smaller fraction arrive from New Zealand and the West Coast. Well, the West Coast is shipping 0...coming from Panama Canal and Port Stanley.

My point is that both east and west routes are open and haven't been attacked once that I can recall. I have lost a few ships early on from Pearl or West Coast headed to NZ...but that was me overlooking their routing.


Lowpe has made the correct choice.

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 7:04:03 PM   
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One further point is that I currently don't have anything larger than a cruiser in the waters around Australia, and the local shipyards are more than sufficient to fix the damaged ones (currently have 2)...plus I don't have any plans on sending big ships there, really for the entire war. Cruisers and Light Cruisers will suffice I think.




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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 7:18:36 PM   
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Only reason I can think of for him repairing that shipyard in Colombo is that he's got a major unit in such a bad way over there that he needs to get it into a drydock



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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 7:25:23 PM   
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ORIGINAL: JohnDillworth

quote:

The never ending flow of Allied reinforcements:

xAK John Hart arrives at Alameda

12th BG/81st BS arrives at Stockton

12th BG/82nd BS arrives at Stockton

12th BG/83rd BS arrives at Stockton

12th BG/434th BS arrives at Stockton

301st BG/353rd BS arrives at Mojave

303rd BG/358th BS arrives at Mojave

12th BG/HqS arrives at Stockton

Asiatic Fleet arrives at San Francisco

145th Infantry Regiment arrives at San Francisco

5th Marine Defense Battalion arrives at San Diego

13th Field Regiment arrives at Sydney

1st War Area arrives at Chungking


And they will just keep coming,which means you have to supply them, and fuel them and get them into the fight, which means Perth is about to become more and more important. Maybe not for troops, but for food and fuel and bullets, and another way off the map for a major repair shipyard? Right now you have have one route to Australia. It will be much harder for the IJN if they have to try and choke off 2 routes


Only if he can use them. Many of those may be restricted.

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 7:26:51 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Encircled

Only reason I can think of for him repairing that shipyard in Colombo is that he's got a major unit in such a bad way over there that he needs to get it into a drydock


Keep bombing it.

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 10:49:51 PM   
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Clark Holds again...the longer we can tie up his forces here the better.

Ground combat at Clark Field (79,76)

Japanese Deliberate attack

Attacking force 25542 troops, 429 guns, 660 vehicles, Assault Value = 903

Defending force 36092 troops, 390 guns, 256 vehicles, Assault Value = 1181

Japanese adjusted assault: 540

Allied adjusted defense: 1102

Japanese assault odds: 1 to 2 (fort level 1)

Combat modifiers
Defender: terrain(+)
Attacker:

Japanese ground losses:
1612 casualties reported
Squads: 1 destroyed, 148 disabled
Non Combat: 1 destroyed, 14 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 4 disabled
Vehicles lost 34 (9 destroyed, 25 disabled)

Allied ground losses:
767 casualties reported
Squads: 3 destroyed, 63 disabled
Non Combat: 0 destroyed, 15 disabled
Engineers: 0 destroyed, 3 disabled
Guns lost 16 (1 destroyed, 15 disabled)
Vehicles lost 7 (1 destroyed, 6 disabled)

Assaulting units:
1st Tank Regiment
12th Indpt Infantry Regiment
58th Infantry Regiment
Guards Tank Division
11th Infantry Regiment
16th Guards Regiment
8th Medium Field Artillery Regiment
15th Ind.Art.Mortar Battalion
2nd Mortar Battalion
9th Ind.Hvy.Art. Battalion
20th Ind. Mtn Gun Battalion
10th Ind. Mountain Gun Regiment
3rd Ind.Hvy.Art. Battalion
2nd Ind.Art.Mortar Battalion
1st Hvy.Artillery Regiment
14th Ind.Art.Mortar Battalion
2nd Ind.Hvy.Art. Battalion
21st Army

Defending units:
11th PA Infantry Division
4th Marine Regiment
31st Infantry Regiment
31st PA Infantry Division
26th PS Cavalry Regiment
3rd/12th PA Inf Battalion
14th PS Engineer Regiment
192nd Tank Battalion
21st PA Infantry Division
57th PS Infantry Regimental Combat Team
2nd PA Constabulary Division
301st Construction Battalion
Far East USAAF
Provisional GMC Grp
I Philippine Corps
Clark Field AAF Base Force
88th PS Field Artillery Regiment
301st PA Field Artillery Regiment




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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 10:53:35 PM   
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We have been keeping a big chunk of troops in reserve no pursuit mode and they have yet to be activated, and are fresh!






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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 10:59:15 PM   
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3 units 20K troops at Townsville...should easily take Bowen today and have lots of units in pursuit mode.






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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/19/2021 11:02:49 PM   
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Always figure out the route path...probably can't hold the southern spot for long because it would route the troops in the wrong direction....although then that would give a fresh supply of guerillas....




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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/20/2021 12:51:23 PM   
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A quick look at the convoys mostly going to somewhere in Australia from Cape Town or returning.

It takes a bit of micromanaging, as the ships can't do a roundtrip without refueling. Using minimal refueling, remain on station, and other ships to do at sea refueling makes short work of that problem however, just a bit clicky. Not too bad I think.






Liberty ships can make the run without refueling....

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/20/2021 1:05:09 PM   
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I am already up to 9 of these first Liberty ships, of which I get over 150. In 1943 another Liberty ship arrives and I get 644 of those girls.

With that range they can make the Balboa to Wellington run without refueling. At 193 hexes it is a long trip...but seemingly very safe, and easy to refuel at Balboa.

The San Diego area to Wellington run is 80 hexes shorter round trip...but of course much more perilous. Why bother with it?

What do the rest of you AFBs do with Liberty ships...convert them to troop ships?




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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/20/2021 1:28:00 PM   
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I am already up to 9 of these first Liberty ships, of which I get over 150. In 1943 another Liberty ship arrives and I get 644 of those girls.

With that range they can make the Balboa to Wellington run without refueling. At 193 hexes it is a long trip...but seemingly very safe, and easy to refuel at Balboa.

The San Diego area to Wellington run is 80 hexes shorter round trip...but of course much more perilous. Why bother with it?

What do the rest of you AFBs do with Liberty ships...convert them to troop ships?





I leave those for cargo. I convert another class to troopships. But against the computer, I don't get that far into the game since the computer surrenders the first chance that it gets.

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/20/2021 1:31:57 PM   
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The long road from Urumchi...probably a wasted effort but I flew a 2nd squadron of B26s to hit those IJA troopers up north...






Better is forcing the IJA troopers off road at Lanchow. Hard to impress just how important Lanchow is to China.



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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/20/2021 2:03:24 PM   
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ORIGINAL: RangerJoe


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ORIGINAL: Lowpe

I am already up to 9 of these first Liberty ships, of which I get over 150. In 1943 another Liberty ship arrives and I get 644 of those girls.

With that range they can make the Balboa to Wellington run without refueling. At 193 hexes it is a long trip...but seemingly very safe, and easy to refuel at Balboa.

The San Diego area to Wellington run is 80 hexes shorter round trip...but of course much more perilous. Why bother with it?

What do the rest of you AFBs do with Liberty ships...convert them to troop ships?





I leave those for cargo. I convert another class to troopships. But against the computer, I don't get that far into the game since the computer surrenders the first chance that it gets.

Be careful of the escorts. When the ship with more fuel is below a certain amount compared to the total round-trip range needed, it will not refuel the smaller ship (calculations do not account for refueling at the destination). A good way to deal with that is to set the home port to the destination for the outward journey.

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/20/2021 4:17:56 PM   
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Lowpe: What do the rest of you AFBs do with Liberty ships...convert them to troop ships?


I don't like them as xAP conversions - they lose too much cargo capacity, but mostly I don't like their tonnage which renders them unable to dock at a port size 1. Early in the game there are so many ports that are size 1, but a lot of existing xAPs that can go there and dock.

Also, if you are sending xAPs into enemy contested space to unload troops, you want to unload them all in one turn and RTB. The E2C class have a too much capacity to unload amphibiously in one turn. I use the British/Dutch/Chinese 1750 capacity xAKLs which convert to 500P/750C capacity xAPs because I can spread a unit over several of them and unload it all in one turn. A small AO or refueling waypoint takes care of their short 4000 nm range.

Hauling cargo to Australia and NZ is the best use of the E2C's

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RE: Spanking Lowpe (NJP72 vs Lowpe (A)) - 7/20/2021 8:29:29 PM   
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Be careful of the escorts.




We don't use no stinking escorts here.

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