Atlantic Fleet is mostly turn-based tactical combat, supported by some campaign/strategic elements. Perfect to continue our Germany series from Rule the Wave. Commander, Naval Surface Force Atlantic 1751 Morris Street Norfolk, Virginia Official U.S. Navy Website All Hands Magazine is produced by the Defense Media Activity for U.S. The Atlantic Star is one of the cleanest and best equipped Atlantic Highlands Party Boats in New Jersey. Family owned and operated since 1987, the Atlantic Star has consistently delivered it's customers an enjoyable & safe half day of fishing the calm sheltered waters of the Raritan Bay & Sandy Hook Bay region. With an experienced Captain. There’s always scope for arguing whether this or that weapon or warship is over-powered, too fast, too bomb-proof etc, but there is one thing that is likely readily-changeable (by the devs) and definitely needs a change, something several others have asked for, and they are right. It is the opening range - for surface engagements, at least. Now, even with the ‘longer start range’ option.
Atlantic Fleet 2
PC/Mac edition available from Steam.
Atlantic Fleet will put you in command of the Royal Navy or Kriegsmarine (German Navy) in the longest military campaign of WWII, The Battle of the Atlantic.
“5/5 Atlantic Fleet is probably the game of the year.”
“9/10 I am simply gobsmacked that this level of detail is even included in a 10 USD iOS title.”
Take command of surface ships, submarines as well as carrier and land based aircraft in the deadly struggle for control of Atlantic shipping lanes during World War II.
Protect allied convoys as the Royal Navy and her allies or go on the offensive with deadly submarine wolf packs and surface raiders of the German Navy.
Play through 30 historical Single Missions or make your own with the Custom Battle editor.
Take on 50 mission campaigns for each navy and build your fleet.
Recreate the challenges faced in the Battle of the Atlantic as you play a Dynamic Campaign with limited resources, historical units, actual convoy routes and real world-based weather.
Atlantic Fleet v1.10 (English)
Atlantic Fleet v1.08 (Deutsch)
Atlantic Fleet (PC/Mac) v1.00 (English)
- 60 highly detailed historic ship models representing over 630 individual ships and 350 submarines
- Command individual ships, e.g. HMS King George V & HMS Prince of Wales in the same battle
- Massive 10 ships per side battles and convoy engagements
- 3 Modes of play: Single Mission, Campaign and Battle of the Atlantic Dynamic Campaign
- All campaigns saved individually for each navy
- Fire main and secondary gun batteries
- Visual ship damage with destructible turrets, directors and more
- Binocular and periscope views with zoom
- Torpedo salvos along with fore and aft torpedo rooms for submarines
- Improved anti-submarine warfare with sonar, hedgehog, squid
- Wolf packs and multiple diving depths for submarines
- Complete overhaul of graphics and environments, including underwater
Having just recently revealed plans to re-establish the 1st US Fleet In the Indian Ocean region, Navy Secretary Kenneth Braithwaite has confirmed that the United States Fleet Forces Command will be renamed to “U.S. Atlantic Fleet”. In 2006, its centennial year, the original Atlantic Fleet was renamed as Fleet Forces Command which, somewhat confusingly, was at the time the name of a separate organization. The “old” Fleet Forces Command was disestablished and its duties were taken on by the “new” Fleet Forces Command which itself was the renamed Atlantic Fleet.
Justifying the most recent decision, Secretary Braithwaiteexplained that:
“As the world changes, we must be bold, evolve, and change with it. Instead of perpetuating a structure designed to support yesterday’s Joint Forces Command, we are aligning to today’s threat. To meet the unique maritime challenges of the Atlantic theater, we will rename Fleet Forces Command as the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, and we will refocus our naval forces in this important region on their original mission: controlling the maritime approaches to the United States and to those of our allies”
As the new Atlantic Fleet shifts away from the global war on terror, Russia has been underlined as its main concern. With increased frequency, Russian naval vessels have been deploying closer and closer to the US East Coast. In Washington, concerns over Russian belligerency have been on the rise ever since the Kremlin’s 2014 annexation of the Crimea. Furthermore, with global warming opening up new northern sea routes, the arctic has increasingly become a space for strategic competition. With the US and Russia both bordering the arctic, their increased focus on the region is anything but surprising.
In December of 2014, Russia asserted its intensified arctic focus by forming the Northern Fleet Joint Strategic Command. Meanwhile in 2018, the US re-established the 2nd Fleet which covers the East Coast and North Atlantic. The 2019 Department of Defense Arctic Strategy report to Congress explained that:
Atlantic Fleet Us Navy
“The Navy’s 2nd Fleet has responsibility for ensuring the readiness of and dynamically employing, maritime forces in the Atlantic and the Arctic, and the ability to fight across multiple domains, thereby deterring aggression.”
Us Navy Atlantic Fleet Ships
The new Atlantic Fleet plans can therefore be seen through the lens of a longer, multi-year trend.