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Naval SITREP #57 (October 2019)

Naval SITREP #57 (October 2019)

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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 #57 was published in October of 2019. Table of contents:

 

Features:

Nanchang is a Museum Ship

Harpoon V Scenario: Systems Test

      Annex A - Ship, Annex B - Aircraft

A Primer on Formation Air Defense

Harpoon Convention Game using SimPlot

CaS Scenario: Mediterranean Encounter

German Escorts and their Nebelwerfer Armament

Senkaku (ed: Scenario) Revisited - Stealth Isn’t Everything

Organization of German Navy Light Forces in 1918

CaS Scenario: Force Z – Ozawa’s Interception

Russian Feedback

Getting Aunus Right

 

Rule Changes and Corrections

Harpoon Sonar Q&A

 

Product Updates

 

Book Reviews

In Deepest Secrecy: Dutch Cold War Submarine Operations,

      by Jaime Karremann

The United States Naval War College 1936 Wargame Rules, John Curry

      and Chris Carlson, ed.

British Naval Weapons of World War II, the John lambert Collection,

      Vols. 1&2, Norman Friedman, ed.

A Carrier at Risk, by Mario Sciaroni

Italian Naval Camouflage of World War II, by Marco Ghiglino

 

 
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