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The Naval SITREP is published twice a year by the Admiralty Trilogy Group. It supports the Admiralty Trilogy game system with scenarios, articles on history and technology, and rules expansions & corrections.

The Naval SITREP Issue #34 was published in April of 2008. Table of contents:


Old Enemies Found (Sydney and Kormoran)

Baltic Intrigue scenario referee’s note (Issue 33, Oct 2007)

Harpoon Scenario: Dance of the Vampires

         Soviet Forces

         NATO Forces

         The Soviet Ocean Reconnaissance System

         Running a Large Game

         Discussion Points

         Hypothetical Long-Range Escorts

FG&DN Scenario: Bight Me

New Air Force Tanker (KC-45)

New South Korean Sub Class (FRG Type 214)

US Money, Uzbek Ships (Project 58150 Gyurza)

Persian Gulf Images (Tom Epps photos)

CaS Scenario: It was a Dark and Stormy Night ... in the English Channel

Just in Case (Anex A & B stats for Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela)

David K. Brown 1928 - 2008

Harpoon4 Rule Change: Low Altitude Flight (for terrain-avoidance radars)

A New Idea for Fire Allocation Markers

Logical Consequence - New Helicopter Maneuver Ratings

Book Review: Atlantic Escorts

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