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Naval SITREP #66 (April 2024)

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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 #66 was published in April of 2024. 

 

Features

HMS Aurora’s Final Course in China

A Missing Cutter

ATG Stage Talk

Kim’s New Amnok Corvette

Realistic Sighting Reports

New Aircraft for Iran

CaS Scenario: The Battle for Attu

Harpoon Scenario: Indian Interception

Annexes for Indian Interception

The Republic of Korea Aircraft (Annex B)

Harpoon Scenario: Hunting the Bear

The Republic of Korea Navy (Annex A)

Annexes for ROK Weapons & Sensors

 

Rule Changes and Corrections

New Aircraft Cards for Persian Incursion

Changing EO Notation

 

Obituary

Dr. Peter Perla, 1951 - 2024      1

 

Book Reviews

Tailships, by CAPT John Rodgaard, USN (Ret)    30

Off Target, by William Wolf     31

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Carlos M May 03, 2024 7:08 pm UTC
I haven't downloaded this one yet.
Do the "Annexes for Indian Interception" include ALL the data (other than the rules) needed to run the scenario?
What about "Hunting the Bear"?
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