I was thinking that the para rule might be more historically accurate and less likely to throw a game off if;
The bomber carrying the paras has it’s range reduced to 4.
Did the transports like the Curtiss C 46 and Douglass C 47 actually haul the troops on big drops or were they just used to pull gliders? I guess what I am asking is would these troop planes have nearly the range of the B-17, B-24 and B-29 that carried the bombs.
Just looking around the web a little, I found that the normal range for the Mustang, which was a top of the line fighter with a relatively long range, was 1080 miles. The normal range of the Curtiss C-46 heavy transport was 1200.