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Russian SA's

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Russian SA's never advance beyond one, we have tried activating and not activating Russian conscription but when we reach 1943 Russian Sa's stay at one. Has anyone else had this problem? Is there a fix?
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Marcus

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Rochette wrote Sep 21, 2012 at 7:47 AM

If Russian conscription is still active then no SA can be bought. I was able to build a second SA in JF 1943 no problem.

f) Once in the war, the Soviets have the option to activate a onetime
emergency conscription and receive a total of 50 free steps of
non-elite infantry as follows: 20 steps in the Soviet Production Phase
of the turn the option is selected; 15 steps in the next Soviet Production
Phase, 10 in the next, and 5 in the next. These free steps are in
addition to normal WERP production, and may be taken as replacements
and/or new units, and are placed with any produced units per
4.41/4.42. The Soviets may NOT produce Special Actions during
the four Production Phases that these troops are received, but may
use any Special Actions that had been built and saved. They otherwise
produce normally.

wrote Feb 13, 2013 at 7:17 PM