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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 #51 was published in October of 2016. Table of contents:



Mission Critical: Changes to missile critical hits in Harpoon

CaS Scenario: Operation Fortitude

Article Updates for Harpoon Players

The Philippine Navy Grows

The Sound of War

New Miniatures Releases

Precise Astronomical Data for Wargamers

Alternate Histories Need “What-If” Ships and Planes

Cruisers the USN Didn’t Build

FG&DN Scenario: Samurai Sunset

North Korea Joins the SLBM Club

A Matter of Scale

Book Review: German Naval Guns 1939-1945, by Miroslaw Skwiot

Book Review: German Capital Ships of the Second World War, by Miroslaw Skwiot and Siegfried Breyer                             

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October 20, 2016 9:58 pm UTC
Another product full of great content but oh boy, do you really need to reformat for the digital age. Three-across columns are too narrow making font too small - maybe better served by double-wide with a slightly larger font? Digital product doesn't need to watch page count as much as file size. PLEASE make this product more tablet-friendly!
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