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    Ken
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    http://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/south-east-of-syracuse-ww2-naval.html Thanks for all the interest in the first part of the AAR / Scenario for our WW2 Naval Med Campaign. As always I’ve included all the info you would need to play along. We left our intrepid convoy bound for Tripoli, after surviving a night time attack the dawn breaks and with it the prospect of air and sea attacks, sailing south east of Syracuse RN ships are sighted, Battle Stations. Regards, Ken”

    http://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/south-east-of-syracuse-ww2-naval.html

     

    We are having some fun with a 1941 Med Naval Campaign. I have included full set up details if people want to have a go.

     

    We left our intrepid convoy bound for Tripoli, after surviving a night time attack the dawn breaks and with it the prospect of air and sea attacks, sailing south east of Syracuse RN ships are sighted, Battle Stations.

     

    Regards, Ken

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    #27905
    grizzlymc
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    Stirring stuff!

    Their Lordships of the Admiralty do not seem to have instilled the brute facts of convoy warfare into the British commander.  Every merchant ship unloaded at Tripoli is a victory.  Warships are obstacles.  Except for the Japs, very combatant endedWII with far more ships than they needed.  Attrition doesn’t work.

    #27906
    Rules Junkie Jim
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    That looks like fun – and a great idea, following the “progress” of a convoy. Shame no collisions this time… I love a bit of incompetence.

    #28007
    kyoteblue
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    Wowzer !!!

    #28010
    Ken
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    Cheers for the kind words everyone.  Part 3 is on the table tonight and should reach t’blog next week.

     

    Regards, Ken

    Http://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.co.uk

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