If a transport LOADS during Combat movement, it must OFFLOAD in Combat Movement also (i.e. amphib assault).
Questions for Revised Game Play from a Beginner
1. During the Combat Move phase, is it allowed to load the transport (located in Japan let’s say), move it 2 zones, and then unload the cargo (in Alaska for example) to engage in combat with the opposing units?
2. Is a player allowed to engage in as many land and sea combats as he or she wish? For example, can Germany, under the Combat Move phase, move land units into Russia, send air units over the United Kingdom, and engage in sea battle with the United States, all at the same time?
Help really appreciated. Thanks!!
1. Yes, assuming that the sea zones the transport loads in and has to pass through on its way to offload are friendly and the sea zone in which it offloads is either friendly or is made friendly through sea combat.
2. Yes. You may fight as many battles as you wish on your turn. However, all combat moves must be completed before any combat begins, and each unit may fight in only one battle (although air units may be fired upon by multiple AA guns along their route, and units on transports may be indirectly involved in a sea battle before offloading for an amphibious assault).