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The actual value of ''naval intel efficiency'' of a seazone can be seen in the seazone property window, that you get when you click a seazone. You have to hover with the mouse over the naval supremacy bar. Alternatively you can see it, when you hover with your mouse over a seazone in the [[Map#Strategic navy map mode|strategic navy map mode]] (accessible with the {{key press|F2}} button).
 
The actual value of ''naval intel efficiency'' of a seazone can be seen in the seazone property window, that you get when you click a seazone. You have to hover with the mouse over the naval supremacy bar. Alternatively you can see it, when you hover with your mouse over a seazone in the [[Map#Strategic navy map mode|strategic navy map mode]] (accessible with the {{key press|F2}} button).
  
The ''naval intel efficiency'' of a seazone is calculated from the intel you have from nations you are '''at war with''' and that '''have ships''' in that seazone. If you are not at war, you have 100% ''naval intel efficiency'' everywhere. If you are at war with one country, you have 100% ''naval intel efficiency'' in all seazones in which this country has no ships assigned (the value ''Enemy supremacy'' is 0). In the seazones in which the country has ships assigned (''Enemy supremacy'' > 0), the ''naval intel efficiency'' is the intel you have of that country. If you are at war with more countries, and more than one of these countries have ships in one seazone, the ''naval intel efficiency'', is weighted towards the country that has more naval supremacy in that seazone.
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The ''naval intel efficiency'' of a seazone is calculated from the intel you have from nations you are '''at war with''' and that '''have ships''' in that seazone. If you are not at war, you have 100% ''naval intel efficiency'' everywhere. If you are at war with one country, you have 100% ''naval intel efficiency'' in all seazones, in which this country has no ships assigned. (More precisely: In which this country has nothing, that contributes to naval supremacy. The value ''Enemy supremacy'' is 0.) In the seazones, in which the country has ships assigned (''Enemy supremacy'' > 0), the ''naval intel efficiency'' is the intel you have of that country. If you are at war with more countries, and more than one of these countries have ships in one seazone, the ''naval intel efficiency'', is weighted towards the country that has more naval supremacy in that seazone.
 
[[File:Intel ledger navy.png|550px|right|thumb|{{icon|lar}} [[La Résistance]] intel ledger navy tab showing details about the Royal Navy.]]
 
[[File:Intel ledger navy.png|550px|right|thumb|{{icon|lar}} [[La Résistance]] intel ledger navy tab showing details about the Royal Navy.]]
 
'''With the DLC {{icon|lar}} [[La Résistance]]''', the intel you have of a country, can be seen in the intel ledger of that country. When you hover with the mouse over the naval section of the intel ledger, you see how the navy intel is calculated.  
 
'''With the DLC {{icon|lar}} [[La Résistance]]''', the intel you have of a country, can be seen in the intel ledger of that country. When you hover with the mouse over the naval section of the intel ledger, you see how the navy intel is calculated.  
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''Naval supremacy'' in a strategic region (sea zone) is the sum of ''naval supremacy'' of the taskforces assigned to it.
 
''Naval supremacy'' in a strategic region (sea zone) is the sum of ''naval supremacy'' of the taskforces assigned to it.
  
'''''Naval supremacy'' by [[naval mission]]s:''' <ref>[[Defines]]: NNavy.MISSION_SUPREMACY_RATIOS</ref>
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'''''Naval supremacy'' by [[naval mission]]s:'''
 
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'''Larger ships''' contribute '''more''' to ''naval supremacy''. For example the italian early battleship ''RN Andrea Doria'' provides '''356''' ''naval supremacy'' on strike force mission. A single ''Curatone Class'' italian early destroyer provides '''117''' ''naval supremacy'' on strike force mission. ''Naval supremacy'' per ship is calculated as:
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'''Larger ships''' contribute '''more''' to ''naval supremacy''. For example the italian early battleship ''RN Andrea Doria'' provides '''356''' ''naval supremacy'' on strike force mission. A single ''Curatone Class'' italian early destroyer provides '''117''' ''naval supremacy'' on strike force mission.
 
 
:'''''Naval supremacy'' of ship''' = {{hover|NNavy.SUPREMACY_PER_SHIP_BASE|100.0}} + {{hover|NNavy.SUPREMACY_PER_SHIP_PER_IC|0.005}} * ship production cost in industrial capacity (IC) + {{hover|NNavy.SUPREMACY_PER_SHIP_PER_MANPOWER|0.05}} * ship manpower
 
  
 
Task forces with '''''Do Not Engage''''' order do not contribute to ''naval supremacy''.  
 
Task forces with '''''Do Not Engage''''' order do not contribute to ''naval supremacy''.  

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