THE CONVOY ORDER,
CONVOYING AN ARMY ACROSS A BODY OF WATER. A fleet may convoy an army from any province on the coast of that body to any other province on the coast of that body. To do this, the army must be ordered to the province and the fleet must be ordered to convoy it. The order to the fleet must give both the location and the destination of the army being convoyed.
If the fleet is dislodged on the move, the army may not move; but an attack on the fleet, which does not dislodge it, has no effect on the convoy. The fleet may not move or support during the convoying move. If two or more fleets control adjacent bodies of water, the army may be convoyed through all these bodies on one move.
The ARMY which convoys will have a power of 2 (from the last convoy fleet) automatically.