Tag: ASL in Real-Time

ASL AAR: Another Frustrating Day (J227)

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ASL AAR: Another Frustrating Day (J227)
German Fallschirmjager are tested in Crete during their first major paradrop of World War 2.

ASL AAR: Buckley’s Block (J189)

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ASL AAR: Buckley's Block (J189)
Soon after the sounds of battle died down from Hill 660, the first Japanese scouts were sighted as they tried to rejoin their comrades to the east.

ASL AAR: Makin Mayhem (S95)

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ASL AAR: Makin' Mayhem (Scenario Playtest)
It was D-Day +1 on Guadalcanal in the Solomons, and half-way across the Pacific two submarines, the Nautilus and Argonaut, departed Pearl Harbor carrying U.S. Marine Corp Raiders.

ASL AAR: Adolf’s Amateurs (BoF5)

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ASL AAR: Adolf's Amateurs (BoF5)
On 1 July, Nord was to make a frontal attack on the Soviet positions in front of Salla. Fires and smoke hampered the German advanced through the forests.

ASL AAR: Reckless Raid (PK2)

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ASL AAR: Reckless Raid (PK2)
Following the Romanian coup and defection to the Allies on 23rd August 1944, fighting broke out between German and Romanian forces in and around Bucharest and Ploesti.

ASL AAR: Rocket’s Red Glare (195)

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ASL AAR: Rocket's Red Glare (195)
Colonel Reuben Tucker personally appealed to General Gavin to allow his 504th Regiment to attack Cheneux. Friendly civilians had reported a large column of German vehicles, including tanks, encamped there.

ASL AAR: Ancient Feud (119)

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ASL AAR: Ancient Feud (119)
For centuries Transylvania had been fought over by Hungarians and Romanians. Having switched sides to join the Allies, the Romanians now saw their chance to recover this territory. After some initial setbacks, and now bolstered by Russian support, the Romanians went on the offensive to clear Transylvania of Hungarian opposition.

ASL AAR: The Best Defence (Playtest)

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ASL AAR: The Best Defence (Playtest)
The Americans were closing the ring around the city and, in a desperate attempt to widen the gap between two American pincers, the Germans repeatedly counterattacked the 1st Infantry Division following Colonel Gerhard Wilck's motto "the best defence is a good offense".

ASL AAR: 11th Company Counterattack (170)

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ASL AAR: 11th Company Counterattack (170)
After losing the important city of Viipuri to the Soviets, the Finns withdrew to the next natural defense barrier, the Kivisilta Strait. A small Soviet force crossed at the narrowest part of the strait and formed a bridgehead, and Finnish GHQ ordered a counterattack to clear it.

ASL AAR: Failure to Communicate (233)

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ASL AAR: Failure to Communicate (233)
In the early hours of May 13, Rommel pushed units of his Panzer-Division 7 across the Meuse River in the vicinity of Dinant, where they clung to a shaky foothold. While infantry were able to cross on boats, Rommel's tanks would have to cross on a ferry until a bridge could be built.

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