its a bit like the Soviet Yak-9Ts, this will only happen if you specifically make it happen via the air directive system.
They are very good at shredding armour but there is no intrinsic bias in their allocation unless you generate it.
By that I mean, if you add them to a GS they attack elements as part of the wider mission, if you create a GA-unit directive just for them, then you can point that at a stack that includes Soviet armoured formations.
Now even as part of a generic GS, these planes will do a decent job on enemy armour compared to more general usage ground attack planes.
Thanks a lot for the feedback That would be a great micro management area for me. does air units or individual pilots keep track of what they destroyed type by type. Not that I like his political background but Recreating a Hans-Ulrich Rudel would be nice.
“That’s the English War Office, my lad,” we said. “We’re Scots. We don’t have to pay attention to that.” Brigadier Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat “Shimi.”