What changes the physics/arithmetic of bomber area and rockets?T.A. Gardner wrote:he US would respond and change tactics, weapons, something
On AHF it usually goes exactly as in your reply: An Axis-favoring contingency then the usual crowd saying "The Allies would think of SOMETHING." Of what? Make an argument instead of whining that nobody's allowing you to make argument. Boring, time-wasting.T.A. Gardner wrote:That is how these discussions usually go. ... Then comes objections that get brushed aside
ITom from Cornwall wrote:and then take into account the percentage of those sorties which failed to get into a favourable firing position?
Even if I specifically address your objection, you guys will still whine that I didn't. What % of sorties do you think would reach a firing position?TheMarcksPlan wrote: ↑09 Sep 2021 15:12That assumes 100% of R4M-carrying sorties actually close on the bombers, which wouldn't be true. Even if only 10% reach a firing position, that's still >1,000 HB's lost. Not a war winner but significant.