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roger cox
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I have checked the font of the book (acronyms) and the back (index) and I can't find what SBP stands for---could someone answer this for me? It is on the last column of the Historical Campaign Games (Global War and Pacific Scenarios) sheet, in the "naval" column. While I'm at it, the European Axis sheet of the same title lists "Sub", "A. Sub", and SBP. What exactly is an A. Sub? First I thought it was ASW, but the Japanese sheet uses the ASW acronym, so that wouldn't make sense. Thank you.
 
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Will Pearson
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Shipbuilding Point (Shipbuilding rate = SBP usable per turn).
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Thanks Will. Happen to know what the column "A. Sub" means? Submarines were easy enough to find, but I just don't know what the "A" abbreviates.
 
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Colin Raitt
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Advanced submarine. German naval research project.
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Thanks Colin
 
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