6 months ago - Nephandus - Direct link
That would be this one:

Disruption damage factor​

The ground mission wing can reduce any disruption left over after the escort phase further using its own stats. Finally the disruption produces a damage factor that scales the damage the mission can actually do. It uses the following components:

  • disruption: value after the escort phase
  • defense factor: air wing's defense divide by 200
  • attack factor: air wing's attack divided by 200
  • speed factor: air wing's speed divided by 1500
  • air wing's number of planes (not reduced by mission efficiency)
{\displaystyle {\text{disruption damage factor}}=100\%-{\sqrt {\frac {\text{disruption}}{10\cdot {\text{number of  planes}}\cdot (1+{\text{defense factor}})\cdot (1+{\text{attack factor}})\cdot (1+{\text{speed factor}})}}}}

The value that gets reported as "Planes disrupted" in the statistics of an air region is {\displaystyle {\text{number of planes}}\cdot (1-{\text{disruption damage factor}})} accumulated over all missions and sorties in the time frame.

Guided missiles always have a disruption damage factor of 100%, ignoring any disruption applied against them.  
6 months ago - Nephandus - Direct link
GeneralisimoAR said: do you mean taht this:
"further using its own stats." referes to the bomber turrets???

In this case as the wiki states: any plane on a ground mission after the escort phase.  

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