Category: ASL AAR

Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Per L'Onore Di Roma (Q6)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Per L’Onore Di Roma (Q6)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Per L’Onore Di Roma (Q6) Per L’Onore Di Roma is an early war Italian versus Russian village slugfest. Here’s the historical situation: With the Russians in full retreat, the 9 Divisione Fanteria “Pasubio” was ordered to advance to the Bug River and cut off the retreating Russians. The leading battalions […]

Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Prelude to Dying (J112)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Prelude to Dying (J112)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Prelude to Dying (J112). Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: Croatian (1st Light Infantry Parachute Battalion) Defender: Partisan (Slovenian Partisans) After months of anti-partisan operation east of Zagreb, the 1st Light Infantry Parachute Battalion had finally returned to its home barracks in the Zagreb neighborhood of Maksimir. The writing had been […]

Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Stryker's Charge (SP51)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Stryker’s Charge (SP51)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Stryker’s Charge (SP51) PFC Stuart Stryker won a Medal of Honor posthumously for his actions in Wesel, German in 1945. This Schwerpunkt scenario, from their Medal of Honor series, simulates the action that day which lead to his heroism. Unfortunately small scenarios like this are susceptible to the fortunes of […]

Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Point of the Sword (102)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Point of the Sword (102)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Point of the Sword (102) Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: British / Canadian (Leicester’s 4th Brigade Commandos / Régiment de la Chaudiere) Defender: German (Bataillon II, Panzer Division 21) The Allied landings at Normandy were quickly followed by advances into the villages that lined the coast. A detachment of the […]

Advanced Squad Leader AAR - A Real Barn Burner (J138)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – A Real Barn Burner (J183)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – A Real Barn Burner (J183) Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: French (35ème Regiment d’Infanterie, 14ème Division d’Infanterie) Defender: German (Infanterie-Regiment 184, Infanterie-Division 86) In contrast to their comrades to the west, the French Aisne River front held firm against the German attacks in May. The 14éme division d’infanterie, one of […]

Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Ambush! (28)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Ambush! (28)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Ambush! (28). Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: Bulgarian (58th Infantry Regiment, 16th Infantry Division) Defender: Partisan (Siatista Guerillas) After the swift and total Axis victory over Greece, Bulgaria laid claim to Thrace and Macedonia. Throughout the winter of 1941-42, small bandit groups began to emerge as the nucleus of a […]

Advanced Squad Leader AAR - The Guards Counterattack (A)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – The Guards Counterattack (A)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – The Guards Counterattack (A). Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: Russian (308th Rifle Division / 2nd Battalion, 37th Guards Division) Defender: German (Company H, 389th Infantry Regiment) After an extremely successful summer campaign, the Germans came upon the Volga fortress of Stalingrad. Here the Red Army had dug in and was […]

Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Gavin Take (181)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Gavin Take (181)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Gavin Take (181). Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: Americans – 507th Parachute Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division Defender: Germans – Grenadier Regiment 1057, 91st Air Landing Division) One of the responsibilities of the Airborne troops was the seizure of several key bridges following the D-Day drop. One of these bridges was […]

Advanced Squad Leader AAR - The Art of Dying (J130)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – The Art of Dying (J130)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – The Art of Dying (J130). Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: Italian (Battaglione Alpini “Vestone,” 6° Reggimento Alpini and LXVII Battaglione Bersaglieri Corazzato) Defender: Russian (14th Guards Rifle Division) After a hard struggle, the Red Army had succeeded in establishing a significant bridgehead at Serafimovich, on the west bank of the […]

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Second Crack at Caumont (AP32)

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Second Crack at Caumont (AP32)

Second Crack at Caumont (AP32) AAR by: Scott Rowland Here’s the historical situation: Attacker: Americans – 2nd Battalion, 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division / 743rd Tank Battalion Defender: Germans – Panzergrenadier-Regiment 304 / Panzerjäger Bataillon 38, Panzerdivision 2 On June 12th, to expand the Omaha Beach foothold, the 18th and 26th Infantry Regiments of […]

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