Joel Uckelman on 17 Mar 2003 19:29:01 -0000

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Re: [eia] rule change proposal - new corps

Thus spake Michael Gorman:
> >         I don't see the reinforcement phase impact as the real issue 
> > here.  Most countries have to work hard to have no where to put cavalry 
> > as most nations can put a cav factor in most of their corps.
>          The purchasing of new corps markers is, however, an important 
> portion of planning for war in general.  If you're at peace, it may only be 
> an issue of where your reinforcements go, but in times of war, it is an 
> essential component of how much flexibility you choose to invest in.  It's 
> a big part of your strategy.  Putting money aside for the possibility of 
> filling corps is an important decision and decides if you will be able to 
> quickly deploy forces to new regions and quickly restructure existing forces.
> Mike

I agree with Mike.


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