You do not need to clear a seazone before an amphibious assault if the seazone you are unloading into has only enemy transports or submarines. In the case of submarines you must have a warship (Carrier, Destroyer, Battleship or Cruiser) escorting the transport so you can IGNORE the submarine before the amphibious assault begins.
Kamikaze Zone, Aircraft carrier movements
TDay Game 1940 Pacific, Iwo Jima is attacked by US successfully. For NCM, US sends in its 2 carriers to have its surviving fighters land. But, Japan can’t use its remaining Kamikaze since it is a Non-combat move? Can US move the carriers like that? Thx. Mike in NH.
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The carriers can do that and the Kamikazes cannot be used since it is a non-combat move. The Kamikazes can only be used when defending against an attacking fleet of Allied warships (though they cannot hit planes, subs, or transports).