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unit screen - 9/13/2020 2:55:12 PM   


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Hi, could someone helping me in understanding the signs in the unit screen ?
- What is the "+" sign stands for ?
- How about the "=" sign?
- when a unit is at 89% of strength, could we expect it will come at any time back to 100%?
- same question but when a unit is at 121% strength?
Thanks guys
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RE: unit screen - 9/13/2020 3:18:22 PM   

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A 'plus' sign '+' means there are devices in the pool available to replace missing devices.

When you see an 'equals' sign '=' to the right of the device that indicates there are devices available in the pool to upgrade it.

Assuming a good supply situation, no recent combat, and devices at hand in the pools, any unit should eventually bounce back to something approaching it's TO&E. I think only attrition and combat will pare down an over strength unit.

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RE: unit screen - 9/13/2020 5:28:46 PM   

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Aside from the answer to your question, note that the AAR section of this game forum is for people to post reports of their game actions and plans. Questions about the game features are best posted in the War Room or General Forum for the game.

The Tech Forum section is about things that are related to the computer you are using or, in rare cases, to a glitch in the game that gives strange results. The latter does not include things the user does to get strange results because he/she does not understand the game's features and how they are handled by the computer.

Hope you are enjoying the game! Welcome to our madness!


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