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An army is being convoyed, with a force of 2, into a coastal region where there is an opposing fleet. The opposing fleet(moving) is attempting to dislodge the convoy, with a force of 2. The convoying fleet is supported adequately so that it is not dislodged. Do the units bounce or does the army land successfully?

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If the convoy is not dislodged, the army can use it as long as it has enough strength to enter the area.

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The convoyed army lands successfully, dislodging the fleet, provided this description accurately resembles the problem:

Germany:
A DEN - BEL convoyed by F NOR S
A HOL sup A DEN - BEL
F NWY sup F NOR S standing

France:
F BEL - North Sea
F ENG C sup F BEL - NOR S

Since the convoying fleet is not dislodged, and the convoyed army arrives with greater force than the fleet defends with, the convoy is successful and F BEL is dislodged.

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    The part at the bottom is incorrect. If A BUR S BEL and F BEL-NTH are both ordered, then the support order for BUR is invalid since BEL is moving. So there is no change to the adjudication in this case. – Peter McNamara May 17 at 1:50
  • @PeterMcNamara: Correct - thank you. – Forget I was ever here May 17 at 1:58

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