Originally Posted by LeEnfield
There was not a great need for Tactical bombing during the invasion and both Britain and America had thousands of fighter bombers stacked in the air every day just waiting to be called in for some target or other. The Typhon fighter bomber could deliver a punch equal to a broadside from a Naval Cruiser. Both British and American Bombers were used in a tactical role for a few weeks during the invasion, then they reverted back to their normal duties
By the way, OR studies literally demonstrated that typhoon rocket attacks could not hit the broad side of a barn. Not even 10 percent struck near the wall.