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Robert Leonhard
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I'm stepping through my first air superiority fight and have all the opposing aircraft lined up. But looking at the Advanced Air Combat Table, I'm not 100% sure how to interpret the DRMs. Specifically--

What does "-1 Attack vs. (#) Bomber" mean?

What does "Strike Aircraft firing" mean? What is a Strike Aircraft?

What does "-1 Attack vs. (#) or 0 Air to Air Strength" mean?

Thanks.
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Mitchell Land
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Robert Leonhard wrote:

What does "-1 Attack vs. (#) Bomber" mean?


That really should say "-1 Attack vs. (#) Air to Air

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What does "Strike Aircraft firing" mean? What is a Strike Aircraft?


During the Strike phase, if you intercept a Strike mission and manage to fire on an air unit which is designated as a strike air unit rather than an escort.

EDIT: I didn't actually answer the question. The DRM is for the strike aircraft firing.

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What does "-1 Attack vs. (#) or 0 Air to Air Strength" mean?


Apply a -1 DRM to your roll when you attack an air units which has a parenthesized or 0 air to air rating.
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Excellent. Thank you.
 
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