Under LHTR, in the description of AA guns, it does include a specific exception to AA guns ONLY moving in NCM when being carried on TRNs.
It is not 100% conclusive. But it is more than enough to make me think that the AA gun does indeed offload in COMBAT movement (but of course cannot “attack” so it is ignored as a unit for the attacker). If the Attacker wins the combat, they finish setting up the AA gun in NCM, and it protects the newly captured territory. If the attacker is thrown back into the sea, the defender gains the AA gun.
At least, that is how I read it…
Assume I have loaded 2 UK inf on a US transport and then in the US turn I moved the transport to the seazone next to Ukraine. Can the inf on the transport participate on an attack on Ukraine in the following UK turn together with other UK units? Does it make any difference if Ukraine is empty and the units can take it alone?
The infantry can participate in an attack on Ukraine.
You do not have to unload both infantry during combat, although you may if you wish.
It makes no difference as to whether or not you unload infantry if Ukraine is empty or not.
What is the difference between A&ARevised and A&ARevised Enhanced?
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