Ship captains need information about the systems to which they are traveling. These captains depend on Wendy’s Naval Weekly as their primary source of naval fleet information. It is rare to find a ship captain that doesn’t have Wendy’s Naval Weekly on their handcomps or mindcomps.
Wendy’s Guide to the Fleets of Earth Sector Volume 3 is the third entry of a series which will collate all the available information to provide a complete overview of the fleets of the nations of Earth Sector. Each of these books will briefly outline a nation’s spacegoing navy as well as provide some insight as to how that organization functions and provide a list of the ships reported to be in commission.
This book provides information on the space navies of the Antiochian Union, Indonesia, Israel, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, and the Seleucid Confederation. The book covers every ship currently operated in those fleets, their doctrines, and even their uniforms. The book also contains an in-depth discussion of the Nahash-class system defense boat, one of the many classes of ship used by the Space Navy of Israel."
So I'm coming at Wendy's Guide to the Fleets of Earth Sector, Volume 3 very late. Earth space has been cut off from the Clement Sector. The Clement Sector & Earth have no connections with each other. The interstellar hyperspace gateways have collapsed entirely.
In the meantime, technologies have gone on including space craft. Wendy's Guide to the Fleets of Earth Sector, Volume 3 brings more of the smaller space craft fleets of Earth. Wendy's Guide to the Fleets of Earth Sector, Volume 3 By Michael Johnson brings this home right within the introduction; 'At the date of this publication, it has been twenty years since the collapse of the wormhole conduit leading to Clement Sector. This volume explores the naval forces of those nations who were little effected by the Conduit collapse. These smaller navies, regarded by defense organizations as third tier, still provide their nation with defense and security of their interstellar holdings'. This is brought home by the first Wendy's Guide to the Fleets of Earth Sector, Volume 1
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