Okay , December 8 , the next day with a cloudy crystal ball to go on. Then you are sending 105-123 dive-bombers (depending on spare availability +18? and minus aborts -X?) into an ugly mess of ready AA and MG fire , especially at low altitude. Be prepared to lose 50-100 DB's and write off the rest that return.glenn239 wrote:“follow up attack”Find and dandy , if you outrank every-one in the Japanese high command
and have a crystal ball as to when then Japanese strike force can/ WILL be detected by US Forces. Maybe you can drive up to Oahu….
Also , December 8 might easily be an impossibility anyway, because the Weather front the Japanese used to close into Hawaii and then pasted through, might catch up with them , rendering carrier ops a no-go. Do you have a weather control switch on that crystal ball??