Tables & ChartsPosted by Stephen Fliss 2018-02-15 19:19:34
Just to make sure I'm following the Normandy 1944 Campaign D-Day Week target table correctly: If I roll a 97th BW target result does it matter that I'm flying a B-26 instead of an A-20? I've been rolling on the 97th BW Targets Table for a B-26 mission target when I roll a "32" or "54". In effect, there is no differentiation.
Tables & ChartsPosted by Magnus Kimura 2018-02-02 12:41:40
10: Navigation: You are Off Course. (c) Check FLAK ZONE
on MT-1d, then Navigation on MT-1d after MT-2 Current Turn. If already Off
Course, check only FLAK ZONE.
Tables & ChartsPosted by Magnus Kimura 2018-01-30 01:29:17
Change "Ordnance Depot" to "Ammo Depot"
Tables & ChartsPosted by Magnus Kimura 2018-01-22 01:50:09
At the bottom of Mission Planning Table 7 delete One Box and and One Group. It doesn't work. I will revise it so it will work.
Tables & ChartsPosted by Magnus Kimura 2018-01-21 13:44:27
NORTHERN FRANCE, JULY & AUGUST 1944, IX BC, 9th Air Force
98th Bomb Wing Targets21
Railroad Bridge & Embankment D6: 1-2:
If On, 500:
Bridge is missed, Embankment hit.
While working on the MTO expansion I have been trying to figure out how to handle double targets like this. In the MTO your target can be both MY and RRB at the same time. It seems that one or two flights were assigned to bomb one and the remaining the other.
Not sure how to handle the target above though. I might delete embankment to make it easier to handle, or, since this will be bombed by flights, you can assign one box or a number of flights to bomb the bridge and the remaining the embankment.
Tables & ChartsPosted by Magnus Kimura 2018-01-20 19:08:54
Added on MT-1d, FLAK ZONE!
5-6: FLAK ZONE! Check your Altitude (MP-2) & Flak
(MP-4) and Roll D6 on TZ-2. If Target Zone
Return: Check regular FLAK: Box 1: Evasive action
has no effect. Box 2: Check Navigation. If, on course,
FLAK ZONE is avoided.
Tables & ChartsPosted by Magnus Kimura 2018-01-06 23:56:50
TZ-5b (OPTIONAL) The Other Box/Flights Bomb Run
This method can be used to determine the success for each Flight in each Box when Bombing by Flights and for the other Box in your Group when Bombing by Boxes. You can even use this method to determine the success of other Groups.
To determine how successful the other box is or each of your other flights in your box are:
1. Check Aim Point on TZ-1 (Use only +1 and Target Size modifiers.).
2. If AP is identified roll once on TZ-4b with modifiers for Target Size and Bridge only.
3. Roll on TZ-5a for damage.
4. Damage Assessment: You may combine the two results, ie, two Good become one Excellent.
When Bombing by Boxes do step 1-4 for the other Box. When Bombing by Flights do step 1-4 once per other Flight in your Box in Lead, High, Low order and once per Flight in the other Box, in Lead, High, Low order.
When Bombing by Flights you will have six chances to score Superior results, but it will take longer to complete a mission. To simplify this method when Bombing by Flights, follow 1-4 only once for an average result for the other Box and 1-4 once for an average result for the other two Flights in your Box.
Tables & ChartsPosted by Magnus Kimura 2018-01-06 23:09:30
The procedure of returning a rescued airman back to England or sent back to the US to be rotated to another therater of war will not be covered in B-26. It could take several weeks or months for a rescued airman to return to England and in B-26 it will be simplified as follows and not entirely historically correct:
Roll D6 for the number of weeks (1 to 6) it will take for the airman to return to England, and then another D6 to see if he will return to the group or be sent to the US for another assignment; 1-4: The airman stays with the group and will become a member of another crew, eg. the Player’s crew. 5-6: The airman is sent to the US.