IAAPA International Axis And Allies Players Association

IAAPA Recruiting Department: The Final Hurdle

Please answer the following questions and press the button Submit Answers at the bottom of the page when you finish. You must answer all questions.

True or False: A player may choose to receive IPCs in lieu of units for his bid.
True or False: Since an armored unit has a movement factor of two can it use one of its movement points to go from Libya to Egypt and then use the other to board a transport in the Red Sea Zone.
True or False: Once all the land units of an attacker are killed, he may retreat any surviving air units.
True or False: An air unit provides a potential retreat territory simply by flying over it on its way to the battle?
The small Western Gulf of Mexico Sea Zone (on the right side of the board) is empty. Is this sea zone a legal location for the US to place a newly purchased battleship?
During an ordinary land attack...

a. The player may retreat land units to any territory that at least one attacking unit came from, including territories that were blitzed by tanks and are friendly at the end of combat.
b. You may elect to retreat your planes while your ground troops continue the fighting by themselves.
c. Only ground units may provide a potential retreat location.
d. Defenders get the choice to retreat if the attackers do not retreat first.
Can infantry retreat from battles along with other units even though they only have one movement point?
True or False: It is legal to move naval units through a sea zone where combat has taken place during your non-combat movement.
Are the sea zones at the top of the board adjacent to the sea zones at the bottom of the board?
Which of the following is a TRUE statement?

a All naval units can hit air units when defending.
b You may have more than one AA Gun in the same territory.
c Only submarines (in the attacking force) may retreat during naval combat.
d You can perform a Strategic Bombing Raid and an attack on the same territory in the same turn, with different units.