New article: PT Boats in the Med – a selection of 1943 scenarios for Cruel Seas

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New article: PT Boats in the Med – a selection of 1943 scenarios for Cruel Seas

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There's a new article on the website, with a selection of naval scenarios for PT boats in the Mediterranean Sea.
https://sotcw.co.uk/pt-boats-in-the-med/
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Re: New article: PT Boats in the Med – a selection of 1943 scenarios for Cruel Seas

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Its a goody....
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Re: New article: PT Boats in the Med – a selection of 1943 scenarios for Cruel Seas

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ianrs54 wrote: 15 Sep 2020, 12:07Its a goody....
Indeed it is.

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Thanks, looks useful
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Re: New article: PT Boats in the Med – a selection of 1943 scenarios for Cruel Seas

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Read yesterday - very interesting :D
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