Author: Neal Ulen

Advanced Squad Leader Boot Camp #3

ASL Boot Camp #3: Infantry Movement


ASL Boot Camp by: Neal Ulen Advanced Squad Leader Boot Camp #3: Infantry Movement This third Boot Camp covers all the basics of infantry movement, MMCs, SMCs, support weapon portage points, etc. Infantry bypass movement will be covered in the next Boot Camp. 0:00​​ – Intro 0:17​ – Outline/A Little Housekeeping 3:10​​ – Inherent Portage […]

ASL AAR: Ad Hoc At Beaurains

ASL AAR: Ad Hoc At Beaurains (91)


AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Ad Hoc At Beaurains (91) Here’s the historical situation: Date: May 21, 1940 Location: Beaurains, France Attacker: British (4th Battalion, Royal Tank Regiment) Defender: German (Panzer Division 7) Quite unexpectedly, the British launched a major counterattack from Arras against the extended spearheads of Rommel’s breakthrough. The Germans […]

ASL AFV Cheat Sheet

AFV Cheat Sheet


ASL Resource by: Neal Ulen Have you ever been in the middle of a scenario, specifically in the middle of an armor slugfest, when you can’t remember what that number, symbol, square, or circle means on a vehicle counter? We’ve all been there … it’s okay. I’ve got you covered. I’ve created a handy-dandy, quick […]

Advanced Squad Leader Boot Camp #2

ASL Boot Camp #2: Infantry Components


ASL Boot Camp by: Neal Ulen This second Advanced Squad Leader Boot Camp focuses primarily on the characteristics and capabilities of single man counters (SMC), multi-man counters (squads, MMC), and machine gun support weapons. I do this in prelude of diving into movement and fire principles. 0:11 – Outline 1:01​ – ASLRB Glance 6:25​ – […]

ASLSK AAR: 88s At Zon (S14)

ASLSK AAR: 88s At Zon (S14)


AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader Starter Kit AAR: 88s At Zon (S14) Here’s the historical situation: Date: September 17, 1944 Location: Zon, The Netherlands Attacker: American (1st and 2nd Batt., 506th PIR, 101st Airborne) Defender: German (Selbstaendige FlaK Batterie, Flieger Division 7) The mission of the 101st Airborne Division in Operation Market-Garden was […]

Advanced Squad Leader Boot Camp #1

ASL Boot Camp #1: The ASL System


ASL Boot Camp by: Neal Ulen This is the first Exercise (yet not really an exercise) simply presenting the game at a high level for new (and future!) players, Starter Kit players, and veteran players. I start at the beginning talking about the three things needed to play a game of ASL, and how they’re […]

ASL AAR: The Puma Prowls (T2)

ASL AAR: The Puma Prowls (T2)


AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: The Puma Prowls (T2) Here’s the historical situation: Date: June 28, 1944 Location: Lepel, Russia Attacker: Russian (Recon elements, 30th Guards Tank Corps) Defender: German (Panzer Aufklaerung Abteilung 5, 5th Panzer Division) During the destruction of Army Group Center, the German front became pierced at many points. […]

Scenario Info Table Generator for VASL

Scenario Info Table Generator for VASL


Design: Neal Ulen | Javascript: Kai Glanz A couple weeks ago I posted about using the VASL html templates I developed to spice up your scenarios with more info. The downside is that you need some basic knowledge of editing html and CSS do modify the code for you particular scenario. Not a skill that […]

ASL AAR: Ambitious Plans (HS9)

ASL AAR: Ambitious Plans (HS9)


AAR by: Michael Rodgers Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Ambitious Plans (HS9) Here’s the historical situation: Date: September 27, 1942 Location: Point Cruz, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands Attacker: Japanese (2nd Battalion, 124th Regiment) Defender: American (USMC) (1st Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division with ad hoc Landing Craft Flotilla) After a series of Bloody Ridge engagements […]

The Bridge At Verdalsora (J36)

ASL AAR: The Bridge At Verdalsora (J36)


AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: The Bridge At Verdalsora (J36) Here’s the historical situation: Date: April 21, 1940 Location: Verdalsöra, Norway Attacker: German (1st Battalion, 138th Gebirgsjäger Regiment) Defender: Norwegian / British (Machine Gun Squadron, 2nd Dragoons/55th Field Company, Royal Engineers) After landing at Namsos, the British goal was to make contact […]

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