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"Pittsburg!" The sarge's shout woke me. "How can a sub be stuck in the ice near Pittsburg?"

MacDonald had that "Lord, what an idiot" look she gets sometimes when she is talking to us. "Not Pittsburg," she said, "Spitsbergen. S-P-I-T-S-B-E-R-G-E-N. It's an island about 500 klicks north of Norway."

I thought back to Mrs. Parker's geography class. I didn't think there was anything north of Norway.

In Boomer, the crew of Corpus Christi discovers a chilling fact: A Soviet Typhoon-class nuclear missile submarine is alive and well. Worse, it still has three of its missiles and their warheads.

Information presented in this module includes:

Source material and maps for Norway and the Svalbard Archipelago.

Background details on how the Soviet sub came to be trapped in the ice and on the operation undertaken to recover it.

Rules for traversing the arctic ice pack, and a discussion of the special dangers and encounters to be found there.

Boomer is the dramatic climax to the Last Submarine trilogy and brings the series to a close with a daring assault over the polar ice.

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March 10th, 2008
Third and last installment of the "Last Sub" Trilogy. Decent storyline but the adventure seems much bigger than your small - yet hardy - band of characters should be up for. Makes for a real challenge. [...]
February 23rd, 2007
A bit of a rare one this as it's the first time I've had a chance to run this. But I have to say I'm seriously impressed. A worthy end to the Last Sub trilogy.<br><br><b>QUALITY</b>: Very Good<br><br><b>VALUE&l [...]
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