Advanced Squad Leader Boot Camp #4: Infantry Bypass Movement

This fourth Advanced Squad Leader tutorial session is a follow on to the previous where I expand on infantry movement by covering infantry bypass movement (vehicle bypass movement will not be covered until much later). I discuss the mechanics of bypass movement, LOS implications, and when it’s advantageous to use. Then I dive into several examples comparing traditional movement with bypass movement and how it can affect tactical decisions.

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Here’s what’s covered in this tutorial …

Advanced Squad Leader Boot Camp #4

The goal of ASL Boot Camp is to present rule and tactical discussions for new and veteran players. New Boot Camp Exercises will be posted … well, when I make them (hint: there’s no schedule!). Also, if I screw up a rules interpretation (we all do) in any of my videos, PLEASE post in the comments so everyone has the correct interpretation!!!

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Neal Ulen
Neal is a retired engineer/researcher who first played Squad Leader back in the late '70s. While getting re-acquainted with ASL after retiring, he took it as an opportunity to create VASL, Boot Camp, and AAR tutorials to help new and returning players. He lurks in the PWN.

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