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ASL Map Spotlight: Sugar Loaf Hill, Okinawa

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ASL Map Spotlight: Sugar Loaf Hill, Okinawa
The village of Orsogna, perched on a ridge overlooking the Moro River, became the focal point of a relentless struggle.

BFP’s Bitterest Day Unboxing

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BFP's Bitterest Day Unboxing
The fight for the seemingly insignificant little hill had cost the 6th Marine Division over 3,000 casualties, and an untold number of Japanese.

Le Franc Tireur #16 Unboxing

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Le Franc Tireur #16 Unboxing
An unboxing of Le Franc Tireur's Advanced Squad Leader Magazine #16 featuring an a PTO theme with 12 re-designed PTO boards.

Coming Soon: Bitterest Day (BFP)

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Coming Soon: Bitterest Day
Coming Soon: Bitterest Day from Bounding Fire Productions. This module covers the Battle for Sugar Loaf Hill on Okinawa, May 1945.

Broken Ground Design Counters

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Broken Ground Design Counters
Today I take a look at Broken Ground Design's nationality counters and transparent/sticky overlays.

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 Journal #14 Unboxing

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ASL Journal #14 Unboxing
Unboxing of the new ASL Journal #14 packed with ANZAC themed articles and scenarios.

ASL Map Spotlight: The Battle of Wake Island

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ASL Map Spotlight: The Battle of Wake Island
From 8–23 December 1941 the Japanese attempt to secure their foothold in the Pacific after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

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 Map Spotlight: Edson’s Ridge

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ASL Map Spotlight: Operation Watchtower - Edson's Ridge
Edson's Ridge The Battle of Edson's Ridge was a land battle of the Pacific campaign of World War II between Imperial Japanese Army and Allied (mainly United States Marine Corps) ground forces on Guadalcanal.

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