From: Mass. USA. now in Lancaster, OHIO
Ships are the real buggers when it comes to making withdrawals on time.
It often takes far longer to get them to a withdrawal port than it does for air squadrons to get a base that works.
It pays to look far ahead with regard to ship withdrawals.
You don't want to discover 4 days before a withdrawal is due that the ship in question is in a cargo TF in the middle of the ocean.
IIRC the first ship withdrawal is the Dominion Monarch which starts in Singapore.
It should have left Singapore on turn one.
I typically try to look 2-3 months ahead on ship withdrawals so all can be identified, located and a route to a withdrawal port planned.
Yeah, it's what I do....GP
Of course as a last resort, SAIL TO THE NEAREST ENEMY BASE AND GET SUNK ....GP
< Message edited by btd64 -- 7/29/2021 12:20:35 PM >
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