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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 #28 was published in April of 2005. Table of contents:


WW II Database for Harpoon II and III

CaS Scenario: The Admirals Act (Leyte Gulf Alternatives)

New GHQ WW II 1/2400 Releases

India-Russia Sub Deal (Nerpa leased)

Sankt Peterburg Launched

USS San Francisco Accident

HMCS Chicoutimi Fire

Designing Sovremennyy

A New Russian Naval SAM (Uragan/Shtil)

German Ammo Expenditure in CaS

The US Navy Christens Sea Fighter

Russian Naval Fighters

FG&DN Scenario: Odds & Sods

New US Aircraft Variants (EA-18G, A-10C)

Japanese Ships for FG&DN

New JMSDF Ships

New Canadian Helicopters (CH-148, CH-149)

Q&A – FG&DN Sub Dive Times

Diesel Sniffers in CaS & Harpoon

Underwater Damage in the Admiralty Trilogy System

Harpoon4 Rule Change: Early AAMs

The Not-So-Mighty Mouse (Air-to-air rockets)

Harpoon4.1 Rule Correction: Aircraft Endurance

Book Review: Castles of Steel

Book Review: Iran-Iraq War in the Air 1980-88

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