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P.T.O. : Pacific Theatre of Operations

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DISPLAYING THE OPPOSITION ON THE MAP
Your opponent may be displayed on the wide Pacific map by selecting the Options Menu when you are at the main command screen.
Select Participation then change sides for a turn.
Select Info from the Main Command Menu, then select the command Show Fleet from the sub-menu.
A listing of all the enemy fleets will be displayed.
Select each fleet and change their display status (they should all be red in colour).
Return back to the Main Command Menu.
Select the Options Menu once again.
Select Participation to change back to your side.
Opposing fleets will now be displayed on the wide
Pacific map during game play.
New fleets created by your opponent after the above process will not automatically show up on the Pacific map.
You'll have to repeat the process to show the new enemy fleets

RETURNING DISABLED SHIPS FOR REPAIRS
There isn't any way to tow ships disabled in battle back to port in a normal game, but there is a way to return disabled ships to port by trickery.
Select the Options Menu at the main command menu.
Select Participation to change sides.
Play a turn on the other side then change back to your original side by again selecting the options menu and then selecting participation to change sides.
The fleet with the disabled ship or ships will be back at the Home Port and you'll be able to discharge them for total repair.

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*Please note: In the US and some other regions this system is known as the Sega Genesis. In other regions, including Japan and Europe, the console is known as the Sega Mega Drive.