Part 1129: Operational Report: 08/01/45
The bombers go out en-mass once more.
It seems that a day of rest is a good thing for the Libs. They really go to town today.
A Japanese plane slips through the CAP at Davao.
We take Tacloban, and will now be marching north. There is still another base to take on this island.
Yet again, the Japanese try and slip ships through out net around Guam.
You'd think they would have got the idea that this is a bad thing to do.
Another base falls into our hands, the Philippines is full of easy to take bases, so its really helping with that score. This is the fifth base this month.
I manage to withdraw three of the subs that are eating my political points, and all the others are heading home.
Tomorrow may see more points from bombardment, as 15,000 fires are going to do some damage.