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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 #21 was published in October of 2001. Table of contents:


The FG&DN Gunnery System: Why Divide by Two?

Harpoon Scenario: Red Maelstrom

Harpoon Scenario: Adriatic Apoplexy, with Yugoslav ships

HMS Hood Located

Air Combat in the Admiralty Trilogy Games

Ohio SSGN Conversion

Pala Passage After Action Report

New Dutch Frigate (De Zeven Provincien)

New Use for Aging F-14s (Humor)                 

Admiralty Trilogy Ship Size Classes

The American Cruiser Force and the US-to-Europe Convoys in WW I

U.S. WW I Cruiser Specs

Harpoon4 Rule Clarifications

Mounting and Storing 1/6000 Miniatures

Kursk Salvage Website

U.S. F4U-4B Corsair Form 20

Russian MiG-15 Fagot Form 20

Dutch DD Friesland Form 10

Danish FF Peder Skram Form 10

German CR Blücher Form 10

U.S. FF Voge Form 10

Russian Su-39 Frogfoot Form 20

PRC K-8 Karakorum Form 20

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