OK, now we are getting down to the nitty gritty...
I want to ask first about the possibility of using airborne forces to take down an enemy airfield in the game. According to the accounts of your practice games, it seems like it would be pretty tough to get airborne troops to the target without getting the transports (and all the paratroopers) killed. That is good because it is realistic. You definitely need air superiority and need to take out AA assets around the target. Now for the questions..if you manage to do everything necessary and take an enemy airfield, can you then immediately use the captured airfield to land follow-on forces (if you have the transport capability)? OR will there be a waiting period for using that facility (due to damage, logistics...)?
The idea behind this is based on the real strategy of using....say, Rangers to take and airfield and then land other forces on the airfield to push the offensive out from the seized airfield.
Issue number 2- Not only offensive troops, but supplies can also be brought in. If this is possible, this can change the whole balance of the war by allowing for another suppy route in addition to the ever-increasing and perilous initial supply route strung out behind combat units taking the land route into enemy territory. If an airbase is taken deep inside enemy territory and a player has air superiority/ transports, can the airbase have the same effect as the players home country for supply purposes?