One person’s highly aggressive move is another’s moderately aggressive one. I think you would get more objective feedback if you somehow defined what your criteria is for each category. With that said, I voted highly aggressive because I will probably never end up being any more aggressive on any of the latter Russian turns.
I attack W. Russia and Ukraine. I try to use as much as I can in Ukraine, but it’s not going to be a lot. I like to use fighters in Ukraine and armor in W. Russia so the armor is protected just in case I get lucky and take Ukraine. I will probably not take it, but my goal is just to strafe down as much infantry as I can so they can’t be used to attack Caucasus on G1. I will probably just end up trading infantry hits against the Germans, but if I get lucky I can really help the Brits by taking out a German fighter and significantly change the game. Retreat both fighters to Russia to maximize their possibilities on R2.
Now if the battle in Ukraine went either as expected or better than expected, then Germany shouldn’t be able to consider attacking Caucasus on G1, so I don’t have to leave a lot of infantry in Caucasus on R1 (maybe just leave 5-6 infantry). I like to push as many infantry as possible in Sinkiang and Yakut. The ones in Yakut form a nice defensive wall away from the bombarding Japanese battleships. The ones in Sinkiang can be moved into China and be used to best exploit a possible bad outcome for the Japanese battle in China on J1. If they don’t end up moving into China on a KJF, they can still protect a Sinkiang IC for 1-2 turns or still make it back to Caucasus by the time Germany can organize an assault strong enough to take Caucasus by turn 3-4.
The fighters in Russia are key so that if Germany buys transports for the Baltic, Russia can send them to UK for defense for 1 turn until US can mobilize their purchases. If J1 goes bad for the Japanese the fighters can exploit this by either attacking or landing in China or Bury. on R2. If the fighters aren’t used for either of the 1st 2 options they can still be used to do the typical strafing of Germany units on the western front.