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Axis & Allies War at Sea - Forward Airstrip

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General Type Installation
Unit Type Installation
Cost 9
Set First Strike
Manufacturer Forumini
Available 1939
Set ID 72
Game Class Limits Airfield
Country Neutral (Details)
Armor 3
Vital 12
Hull Points 3
Speed 139
Primary 0/0/0/0
AA 5/0/-/-
Air Capacity 1
Special Ability Coastal Facility
Special Ability Installation 10
Special Ability Extra Ordnance
Special Ability Airstrip
Game Rarity X
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