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Naval SITREP #58-59 (April-October 2020)

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The Naval SITREP supports the Admiralty Trilogy game system with scenarios, articles on history and technology, and rules expansions & corrections. 

This special double issue of the Naval SITREP, #57-58 was published in October of 2020. It takes the place of the April 2020 issue as well as the October issue, and is sold at a reduced price.


Table of contents:



Anomalous Radar Propagation in Harpoon (Radar Ducts for Dummies)

Strike Planning, From the Inside Out

Harpoon V Scenario: Sake on the Rocks

      Supporting annexes with data on ships, aircraft, guns, surface missiles,

      ASW weapons, sonars, torpedoes, and radars

KM Karlsruhe Identified

Kirov’s Stillborn Brother - The Project 1165 Fugas

White Eagles - the Polish Navy and Air Force of WW II

      Supporting annexes with data on ships, aircraft, guns, depth charges,

      mines, air ordnance, and aircraft guns.

Hindenburg’s Successor Design D48a 1913

A Very Early SSB?

The Ausonia Project of 1917/18

SMS Scharnhorst Found

Admiral Nakhimov Floated Out

Harpoon at the French Naval Academy

Another Chance for the US Navy - the Constellation FFG

Email Gaming

The Admiralty Trilogy’s New Home Port on

First Four Littoral Combat Ships to be Decommissioned

Harpoon V Multiplayer on Discord

Naval Gaming in 1/600 Scale

Harpoon V Scenario: Operation Trikora

      Supporting annexes with data on ships, aircraft, guns, torpedoes,

      aircraft ordnance, aircraft guns, and radars


Rule Changes and Corrections

Important Game Play Correction!

Data Links - Pandora’s Box

      Annex L - Data Links

      Data Link Fits on Ships & Aircraft

Armor Clarification

Things We Changed in the Fifth Edition: Q&A


Product Updates                                                         

SimPlot 2 Features Update



Terry N. Sofian, 1962 - 2020

Charles S. Spiegel, 1952 - 2020


Book Reviews

The Battle of Midway, by Craig L. Symonds

Scapa 1919 - The Archaeology of a Scuttled Fleet, by Dr. Innes McCartney

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