It's interesting that the magazine would sell advertisements in an issue that's reprinting older articles and presumably meant as a reference work. In addition to the copy for Alnavco, there are also ads for Ral Partha, the Dungeon Hobby Shop, Arduin, The Armory, Martian Metals, Chaosium and more.
The text in the Dragon advertisement goes into greater detail than the smaller Starfleet Wars ad in Boys Life, which I showed you last summer. The advertising copy is evocative of the game's setting:
Each [SGDN] is the flagship of a different starfleet consisting of galactic dreadnoughts, battlecruisers, cruisers, destroyers and transports. Each fleet has its own "air" force of starbombers and starfighters. And eadh fleet has different characteristics, tactics, etc., all explained in STARFLEET WARS, wargaming rules desined especially for this series.Not only that, but the Super Galactic Dreadnought models sold for just $15 apiece! No wonder I wanted one back then. It took me a few decades, but I finally got it.
There's more! Each fleet has its own Galactic Armor Corps...miniature futuristic fighting vehicles for surdace battles. The game MAATAC provides wargaming rules.