Well, if you don't want me posting in the thread, I'd be more than happy to PM you, but I prefer posting so that no one thinks I am saying rude things behind their back. I'm just confused how I both lost air superiority, when last turn the USMA's air force was reduced to only a couple air wings; that, and how the amphibious attack could have been planned, let alone initiated, without my generals knowing about it. I mean, it takes tons and tons and tons of munitions, supplies, etc. to support anything more than a raid via an amphibious attack; I would have thought my recon would have noticed such a maneuver being performed. This isn't like the American attack on Icheon, against the North Koreas with little air or naval power. The Confederate navy was stationed in the north Atlantic from the get go, from last turn's air attack; I would have expected my admirals to notice any maneuver in the Atlantic, especially with the French stating their intentions to attack. It's as if the entire USMA navy had dropped off the radar, and my navy didn't care enough to ask where they had gone. I mean, I would have thought my capital of all things would have had more precautions guarding against such a maneuver. Finally, I feel that this amphibious attack would have diverted too much resources from the home front, that I'd have made considerable advances in the north while the amphibious attack was occurring. It was a daring plan and all, but I don't think it could have worked, seeing as both my navy was in too close of a position to intercept such a plan, and it would have diverted too many resources from the home front. With that being said, I'd understand if a raid, for propaganda purposes, had been launched; if a commando team, in a small squadron of ships, managed to land, cause some distractions, and leave again, then I'd shrug it off, tighten security, and move on. But a full-blown amphibious attack seems doomed for failure.