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When formulating their strategies, the world’s navies always plan to put their best forces in position to deal with any problem. However, reality rarely cooperates with these plans and naval forces often find themselves faced with situations for which they are not be prepared.

            From hypothetical Cold War actions to current encounters and potential future conflicts, Harpoon Naval Review 2003 provides scenarios that let you explore how ad hoc naval groups deal with these situations. It also presents scenarios and articles covering naval items of interest from around the world; with ship and aircraft forms for the scenarios.

            Harpoon Naval Review 2003 contains articles on Australia’s Navy in the 21st Century, The Chinese Navy, A Tour of a Project 641 [Foxtrot] Class submarine, Optional Variable Damage Rules, Weapon Arcs vs. Director Arcs, and nine scenarios:


Cuban Connection: US Coast Guard vs. the Cuban Navy

One Size Does All: An early Cold War Netherlands ASW group vs. a Soviet SAG

Operation Constrictor: India vs. Britain, Australia, and the United States

Streetfighter on Trial: Testing the Littoral Combat Ship

Send in the Marines: An Expeditionary Strike Group in action

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This title was added to our catalog on November 05, 2013.