This article carries on my play-through of Fury Software’s Strategic Command WWII: War in Europe (SC:WiE), which started here and here.
http://www.wargamer.com/news/strategic- ... -part-one/
Thanx for reading and commenting, mahibardascq. As I've mentioned, a Forced March takes a great toll on Morale and Readiness, so it's a trade-off. When I say, "as many as possible", that's what I meant: Operating all is not possible/affordable, but neither is it desirable to Force March all, as you want at least some units in good fighting shape upon arrival. That is, unless you intend to wait to attack until they've recovered all that, in which case I would agree with you -- except that you want to limit your enemies' time to build up and ready themselves."I operate as many as possible" Thats a huuuuge waste of MPPs. You can force-march your troops from Poland to France for free. And all those MPPs can go toward building your army for Barbarossa.
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