OPTION: Details regarding WOUNDS and RECOVERY TIMES Jul 19, 2018 14:43:20 GMT -8 blaird and nbryant like this
Post by limburger59 on Jul 19, 2018 14:43:20 GMT -8
HOUSE RULE: After rolling on either QOTS Table Bl-4 or TFT Table 5-17, the 509th has a House Rule Table to determine how long before your crewman can Return to Duty. If the next Mission occurs before your crewmember has recuperated, you will need to get request temporary crew from the Spare Pool.
After the mission roll for SW type per normal rules (Table Bl-4b), then roll below to see how many days till your crewmen will be ready to return to duty (LW & SW-Rec) or go home in the case of Serious Wound-Incapacitated and Invalidated Home.
LW*: Roll 1D6
1 = Returns Next day
2 = Returns Next day
3 = Returns Next day
4 = One Day Recuperation
5 = Two Days Recuperation
6 = Three Days Recuperation
* = Plus 1 if crewmember received a second LW during the mission. ie 2x LW.
SW-Recovers: Roll 1D6
1 = Three Days Recuperation
2 = Four Days Recuperation
3 = Five Days Recuperation
4 = Six Days Recuperation
5 = Seven Days Recuperation
6 = Eight Days Recuperation
Frostbite-Recovers = 1 day rest
Frostbite-Invalidated Home = Roll on SW-Incapacitated chart above
Stay in hospital after ditching = 1 day
Stay in Hospital if crewman parachuted into Adriatic = minimum of 3 days
Borrowed From the 281st Campaign
OPTION #1: If you are playing Target for Today, or are a QOTS player using the optional wound description tables from TFT, you may use those tables, plus the wound recovery time tables created by nbryant, instead of the House Rule table.
OPTION #2: Instead of Seriously Wounded crew members not being allowed to bail out, we have a variant that was used by the 281st Play-by-Forum Bomber Group.
OPTION #4: For those using Ian Cooper’s Beery Historical Module, there are optional rules for giving First Aid posted below.
This PDF compiles all of the different rules:
3 509th Medical Division Rules v3.pdf (648.8 KB)
As the Radio Room had compartment hot air, in addition to additional outlets for plugging in electric heated suits, electric casualty bags and electric blankets; it was a good location for dedicated First Aid.