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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 #22 was published in April of 2002. Table of contents:

FG&DN Scenario: The Battle of Valparaiso

New Slant on the Battle of Cape Spada

Thermobaric Warheads

The 21st UJ Flotille

Kursk Recovered                      

Now That’s Air Support!           

The U.S. Navy Changes the Rules

DD-21 Becomes DD(X)

The DD(X) Designs that Lost

FG&DN Scenario: Knife Fight

Joint Strike Fighter Selected

Varyag Comes to Rest

Seeking Players

The Missing Mosquito

Australia Picks Computer Harpoon

A History of Computer Harpoon

Harpoon4 Sonar Q&A

New Harpoon4 AAM Range Rule

Better Sea State Tables

Harpoon4 Armor Correction

Harpoon4 SSM Targeting Rules

Ship and Aircraft Forms: Jaguar GR.3, B-1B Lancer, Spanish F100 Alvaro de Bazan, Pacific Princess

Book Review: Russian Strategic Nuclear Forces

Book Review: The Kremlin’s Nuclear Sword and The Rise and Fall of Russia’s Strategic Nuclear Forces

Book Review: On Publishing - A Professional Memoir

Book Review: Proud Waters


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