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ANZAC Boys (AP161)

ASL AAR: ANZAC Boys (AP161)


AAR by: Neal Ulen & Scott Rowland Advanced Squad Leader AAR: ANZAC Boys (AP161) Here’s the historical situation: Date: May 27, 1941 Location: Chania, Crete Attacker: German (Bataillon I, Gebirgsjäger-Regiment 141, Gebirgs-Division 5) Defender: ANZAC (28th (Maori) Battalion, 5th Brigade and 2/7th Battalion, 19th Brigade) During the first part of 1941, Allied forces had been […]

ASL AAR: Trapped! (15)

ASL AAR: Trapped! (15)


AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Trapped! (15) Here’s the historical situation: Date: June 8, 1944 Location: Saint Come-du-Mont, France Attacker: German (3rd Battalion, 6th Parachute Regiment / 3rd Battalion, 1058th Grenadier Regiment) Defender: American (3rd Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment) German paratroops and grenadiers had held St. Come-du-Mont against constant pressure from […]

ASL With Miniatures

ASL With Miniatures


Article, Images & 3D Boards by: Bruno Vazquez Starting with Squad Leader in 1982, I soon transitioned to Advanced Squad Leader. Over that time I acquired most of the official addon modules, including Deluxe ASL and the historical modules Red Barricades, Pegasus Bridge, Kampfgruppe Peiper, and others. Through the 1990s I played ASL often with […]

Hollow Legions Pre-Order

Hollow Legions Pre-Order


Announcement by: Neal Ulen Multi-Man Publishing has announced that the reprint of Hollow Legions (the 3rd edition) is up for pre-order. Here’s the pre-order link. The last time the Italian module was in print was in 1990 … 31 years ago. This version adds many elements from West of Alamein as well as some other […]

ASL AAR: Blazin' Chariots (35)

ASL AAR: Blazin’ Chariots (35)


AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Blazin’ Chariots (35) Here’s the historical situation: Date: November 19, 1941 Location: 5 miles northeast of Gabr Saleh, Libya Attacker: British (5th Battalion, Royal Tank Regiment) Defender: German (Panzer Regiment 5) The 4th Armored Brigade, probing northeast of Gabr Saleh, was driving a German recon unit before […]

ASL AAR: A Good Party (A56)

ASL AAR: A Good Party (A56)


AAR by: Michael Rodgers Advanced Squad Leader AAR: A Good Party (A56) Here’s the historical situation: Date: March 16, 1943 Location: Mareth, Tunisia Attacker: British (6th Grenadier Guards Motor Battalion) Defender: German (Leichte Afrika-Division 90) Before the 8th Army could launch its assault on the Mareth Line, it had to clear the Axis outposts between […]

ASL AAR: Last Defense Line (A94/235)

ASL AAR: Last Defense Line (A94/235)


AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Last Defense Line (A94/235) Here’s the historical situation: Date: May 15, 1940 Location: Bouvellemont, France Attacker: German (Infanterie Regiment 1, Panzer Division 1) Defender: French (152ème Régiment d’Infanterie, 15ème Division d’Infanterie) By dusk on the 14th, the Germans had established three bridgeheads across the Meuse River. The […]

ASL Boot Camp #6: Terrain Primer

ASL Boot Camp #6: Terrain Primer


ASL Boot Camp by: Neal Ulen Advanced Squad Leader Tutorial #6 – Terrain Primer This sixth Boot Camp summarizes (nearly) all the ASL terrain listed in chapter B, showing high level characteristics of each terrain as well as photos representative of the terrain seen during World War 2. Join the Supporter Roll Call: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVIdiYMT0xkK3_s5ELIcAWA/join 0:00​​ […]

ASL Boot Camp #5: Line of Sight & TEM

ASL Boot Camp #5: Line of Sight & TEM


ASL Boot Camp by: Neal Ulen Advanced Squad Leader Boot Camp #5: Line of Sight & TEM This fifth Boot Camp covers basic line of sight (LOS) mechanics, the difference between obstacles and hindrances, and sprinkles in a little terrain effect modifier information. At the end I show how I attempt to visualize LOS during […]

ASL AAR: Drillo HG Reconquest (BR9)

ASL AAR: Drillo HG Reconquest (BR9)


AAR by: Neal Ulen & Scott Rowland Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Drillo HG Reconquest (BR9) Here’s the historical situation: Date: July 12, 1943 Location: Ponte Dirillo, Sicily Attacker: German (Hermann Göring Panzer Division) Defender: American (82nd Airborne Division / 45th Infantry Division) On the evening of July 11th, shortly after the Invasion of Sicily (Operation […]

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