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From Admiralty Trilogy Group

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Naval SITREP #62 (April 2022)

The 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 and corrections.

The Naval SITREP issue #62 was published in April of 2022.

Table of Contents

Features

Harpoon Scenario: Hunt for a Queen

The Helge Ingstad / Sola TS Collision: An Analysis

Søværnet -The Danish Navy in WW II

Naming Chinese Warships

CaS Scenario: Operation Tunnel – The Charybdis Action

DoB Scenario: The Lüders Affair

Ships and Aircraft of the Ukrainian Navy and Air Force

Annexes C1, D1, D2a, and H2 for Ukraine

Rule Changes and Corrections

Harpoon Q&A: SAMs Against Passing Aircraft

Small Rule Change in DoB

Product Updates

Scoutbush Publications

Book Reviews

French Warships in the Age of Steam 1859 – 1914, by Stephen Roberts

French Armored Cruisers 1887-1932, by John Jordan and Philippe Caresse

Modern Taiwanese Air Power, The Republic of China Air Force Today, by Roy Choo and Peter Ho

Modern South Korean Air Power, The Republic of Korea Air Force Today, by Robin Polderman

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