• New player and had a question.  I read the book, but I don’t understand bridging.  If I have a transport in between England and Western Europe, for example, what does bridging mean here?  I can’t just walk a bunch of guys over can I?  What if I had two infantry and two tanks.  How would they use the transport here?

    Thank you.

  • '18 '17 '16 '11 Moderator

    Basically it means you can load and off load in the same zone.  It’s a stupid term.  It’s lead to many a confused player.

    But yea, basically you can put your units on a transport and unload them in the same turn in the same sea zone.  That’s a “land-bridge”

  • 2007 AAR League

    In order to bring 2 Inf and 2 Arm you would need 2 Transports.
    With 1 Transport you can bring 2 Inf or 1 Inf and 1 Arm.
    You cannot just walk a bunch of guys over

  • Official Q&A 2007 AAR League

    To further complicate matters the TRN and the troops must be from the same country. Only UK troops could board a UK TRN and unload in the same turn.

    US troops would load onto a UK TRN in non-combat and would not unload until the next US turn either in combat or non-combat.

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