ASLSK- Good Order Unit ?

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I just started asl a few weeks ago with starter kit #1. I really love this game so far but can somebody tell me what GOOD ORDER UNIT means ?

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Doc Martin

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good order means the unit isnt suffering from any adverse affects.

eg. Broken, pinned, under Task Intensive, i think CX. Disrupted

there are probably more, but the old Guard will know more than I

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I can't claim to be part of the old guard, but I'm pretty sure I saw a Q&A somewhere that said they also have to have reasonably clean underwear and dry socks.
 

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Textbook Definition from the ASLRB

Good Order (a Personnel unit or vehicular inherent crew which is neither broken, berserk, captured, stunned, shocked, or held in Melee; or a SW which is fully manned by a Good Order Personnel unit, and is not malfunctioned, or restricted by an Ammunition Shortage): A.7

Hope this helps,

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Page 3, Middle column, 1/3 down the page:

Good Order: A personnel unit that is neither broken nor marked with a Melee counter.
Note that Doc_Martin_8404's answer was more restrictive than the actual definition. In the SK, if you aren't broken and you aren't in melee then you are in Good Order.
 

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ZGrose has it right. Also look in the definition section (2.0) of the SK rules book.

There is a definition for Good Order there as well.

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