New article: more Cruel Seas scenarios

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Russell Phillips
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New article: more Cruel Seas scenarios

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Mediterranean scenarios for Cruel Seas:
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It's well worth a look - some interstiung ideas.
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Re: New article: more Cruel Seas scenarios

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Well done Christopher Salander.
Really interesting.
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Very interesting lots of scenario ideas too - thank you
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Re: New article: more Cruel Seas scenarios

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Interesting, thanks
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