From: Wieluñ, Poland
I'll definitely give that a go, but since I have only had a chance to look at the older version as it's on another machine of mine - does it still span for over three weeks? That would make it a major naval operation in terms of its length only ( if not necessarily the size, character and amount of assets involved) as per what Milan Vego wrote in his "Operational War at Sea". Is it intentional? I once made a remark somewhere at this forum that so far CMANO covers tactical levels for all practical purposes and there are few scenarios of a genuine operational level.
According to my experience from all practically levels of wargaming is that fellow wargamers mostly yearn to jump directly into action whereas I have always liked the approach with getting the job done and preferably without firing a shot as that puts my forces in a direct danger - Navy SEAL and recon approach in general unless a direct combat action is what is ordered that is. The first is something most people are generally not interested in hence my question about an intentional aspect of such a demanding design in terms of time it requires to play through that, provided the scenario victory or defeat conditions are not meat earlier.
Anyway, I'd greet not only more southern hemisphere and the Falkland - Malvinas actions, but also more space and time to manoeuvre.
However, I am assuming that in the meantime the main body of the British task force is to support the invasion to retake the islands right?
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