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Jackson62
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Breakthrough Cards and Airpower Sat, 31 May 2014 02:55
Can you use the extra movement on section cards to keep your plane flying as long as they don't attack?
      
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Re:Breakthrough Cards and Airpower Sat, 31 May 2014 04:10
That's how I have understood it and have always played
      
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Re:Breakthrough Cards and Airpower Sat, 31 May 2014 04:16
If you're asking whether an airplane can be ordered On The Move, the answer is yes. Air checks would apply as usual.

But it can't perform any special actions. (For example, not Ground Support or Interdiction, either.)

Next question would be whether you could bring in a plane On The Move with a section card and an Air Sortie. Since the FAQ says On The Move units can benefit from Combat cards, I'd think they can benefit from Sorties, too.
      
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Re:Breakthrough Cards and Airpower Sat, 31 May 2014 08:38
sam1812 wrote on Fri, 30 May 2014 19:16

If you're asking whether an airplane can be ordered On The Move, the answer is yes. Air checks would apply as usual.

But it can't perform any special actions. (For example, not Ground Support or Interdiction, either.)

Next question would be whether you could bring in a plane On The Move with a section card and an Air Sortie. Since the FAQ says On The Move units can benefit from Combat cards, I'd think they can benefit from Sorties, too.


Sure, you can use the On The Move order to bring a plane on with Air Sortie. Granted, there aren't many (that I remember off the top of my head) Official battles with Air Rules and Breakthrough decks, but you could do it!
      
    
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