If a unit gets a 'Targeted' marker due to a successful SOF mission when it was detected due to air reconnaissance from the current air superiority level is it still detected if the air superiority subsequently changes?
Since the Targeted marker would come off at the end of the game turn, I'm not sure it matters. I will say you can't Target an undetected unit.
Thanks Mitch, but I'm not sure why you would think it wouldn't matter. It makes me wonder if I've misunderstood something. Here's the sequence:FIRST SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES PHASE (Initiative Turn Only)
A SOF targeting mission successfully deposits a target marker on a unit that was detected due to air recon because of the player's current Air Superiority LevelAIR/NAVAL PHASE
After air combat the initiative players Air Superiority Level drops so that the unit that was previously 'targeted' is no longer in the player's air recon range and therefore no longer detected.FIRST STRIKE PHASE
etc... till the end of the game turn
The unit is in an ambiguous state of being 'targeted' but not 'detected'