- Transports can offload into the same territory in both combat and noncombat movement if the second unit was loaded in a previous turn.
On this regard, I'm actually not sure if a move like this would be allowed: starting the turn with an empty transport, loading 2 infantries into it, sending the transport into a naval battle and offloading 1 infantry into a sea borne assault, during Combat Move, winning the naval battle and the land battle where the unit was offloaded (this last thing may be granted, in case the territory is empty or having capturable units only), then offloading the other 1 infantry, into the same territory, during Non Combat Move.
I am just not sure how this is relevant?
Presumably if you are taking a territory... you either unload both units from a single transport... or you unload neither. I cannot fathom a situation where you had 2 combat units on a single transport and chose to unload only one, then unloaded the other during NCM into the same territory you just captured. It makes no sense. Seems as though the entire thing is a moot point.