• 2007 AAR League

    Say russia moves an AA to persia, persia is taken by japan, then persia is liberated by the UK.

    Who owns the AA gun.  What if the gun had been moved to Kazakh & the UK captured it there?
    Is ownership specific to the territory or the capturing army?

  • I believe in most cases the AA gun will belong to the power that captures it, regardless of original ownership.  The one exception is an AA gun in a capital, that would go to original controlling power when their capital is liberated.  I am curious who would own the gun if say Japan conquered Moscow, moved that AA out in subsequent turn, than moved in another gun from somewhere else to Russia, than Russia is liberated by UK, for example?

  • Official Q&A 2007 AAR League

    Whoever controls the territory controls the gun. I think.  :?

  • I have always played “capture” ownership.

    I keep a national marker under each AA gun.  When it is caputred, I change the marker.  When someone else captures it, i change the marker again.

    An AA is a “gray” unit, like an IC.  It beloings to whoever seizes it.

  • Official Q&A 2007 AAR League

    The IC belongs to whoever controls the territory doesn’t it?

  • As does the AA upon taking it.

    But, unlike the IC, the AA can be moved, and on the second round of “control” the owner of the AA can move it elsewhere.

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