Advanced Squad Leader AARs

Advanced Squad Leader AARs

Below you’ll find Advanced Squad Leader after action reports (AAR) written or videoed by ASL-Players.net contributors, or submitted by members of the ASL community. If you’d like to submit your own AAR use the link in the menu to the left.

ASL AAR: HILL 253.5 (132)
Operation Citadel had begun, but instead of the desired lightning breakthrough, fighting had taken on the characteristics of World War I trench warfare. In four days of grueling combat, the XLI ...
ASL AAR: Aiding the Local Constabulary (J164)
We all agreed, once the scenario had wrapped up, that 3 players was incredibly fun and offers a new ASL play experience to players who have used the system for years and decades. ...
ASL AAR: Cat's Kill (G21)
The date is June 8, just after D-Day. The Canadians occupy a town of mostly stone buildings, spread across one and a half of two boards (10 and 20). The map represents the town of Bretteville L ...
ASL AAR: Lee's Charge (J62)
Belgium ... January 1945 ... The Battle of the Bulge. Deep snow (E3.73) covers the fields and woods surrounding Coroie, Belgium, and Cpt. Robert E. Lee, D Company's commanding officer, moved across ...
ASL AAR: Red Don (AP21)
AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Red Don (AP21) Here’s the historical situation: Date: January 1, 1943 Location: Babka, Russia Attacker: Russian (15th Army Corps) Defender: ...
Steutzpunkt Vierville (CH4)
One of ASL’s attractions to me is its historical relationship with WW2. I’ve read a lot of books about WW2 and of course, D-Day is one of the big moments in the war. I was able to visit the five ...
ASL AAR: Counterattack On The Vistula (134)
As the Russian 8th Guards Army was expanding its bridgehead on the Vistula, they met with stiff German resistance. The Germans mounted a number of counterattacks in an effort to eliminate the ...
ASL AAR: Lee's Charge (J62)
Belgium January 1945 The Battle of the Bulge. Deep snow (E3.73) covers the fields and woods surrounding Coroie, Belgium, and Cpt. Robert E. Lee, D Company’s commanding officer, moved across the ...
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