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ASL Map Spotlight: Suicide Creek

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ASL Map Spotlight: Suicide Creek
On 2 January, there was a sharp engagement around Suicide Creek, when the advancing Marines came up against a heavily entrenched defending force from the 53rd Infantry.

Sword & Fire: Manila Unboxing

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Sword & Fire: Manila Unboxing
Sword and Fire: Manila is a Historical Advanced Squad Leader (HASL) module covering the month-long American effort to wrest control of "The Pearl" from the Japanese.

ASL AAR: Baw Drop (AP65)

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ASL AAR: Baw Drop (AP65)
For weeks the “Chindits” of the 77th Indian Infantry Brigade had been marching, living off the jungle, and harassing the Japanese wherever they were found.

Hell’s Corner Unboxing

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Hell's Corner Unboxing
Hell's Corner ASL historical pack, focusing on battles between the US Marine Corp and the Imperial Japanese Army around the Matanikau River, Guadalcanal, in the Fall of 1942.

Sand and Blood: Gavutu-Tanambogo CG Overview

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Sand and Blood: Gavutu-Tanambogo
In August, 1942 U.S. Marines of the 1st Marine Division captured the islands of Tulagi, Gavutu, and Tanambogo among which the Japanese Navy had constructed a naval and seaplane base.

ASL AAR: Tropic Lightning (J159)

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ASL AAR: Tropic Lightning (J159)
Resolving to fight to the death, Major General Shigemi ordered his forces to dig in at San Manuel, Philippines.

ASL AAR: The Chocos (AP165)

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ASL AAR: The Chocos (AP165)
On July 21, 1942, Japanese forces landed on the northern Papuan coast around Buna and Gona, as part of a plan to capture the strategically important town of Port Moresby via an overland advance along the Kokoda Track.

ASL AAR: The Drive For Taierzhuang (146)

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ASL AAR: The Drive For Taierzhuang (146)
The Japanese offensive in early 1938 was designed to link their northern force from Beijing with their central force from Nanjing. The two forces were to meet west of Xuzhou, thus severing the Lunghai corridor and the railroad which ran from the coast to Xian.

ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)

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ASL AAR: The Sangshak Redemption (J150)
In March 1944 the Imperial Japanese Army invaded India from neighboring Burma. The small village of Sangshak was a northwest crossroad that led to the more significant target of Imphal only miles to the southwest, where Commonwealth forces had established defenses and supplies. British and Indian Gurkha moved in to hold back the Japanese invasion in this tiny corner of India.

Marco Polo Bridge Historical ASLSK

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Marco Polo Bridge Historical ASLSK
Hints were dropped earlier this year that MMP has begun playtesting of a new historical Advanced Squad Leader Starter Kit campaign game unofficially titled Marco Polo Bridge, named after the incident that occurred in China in 1937.

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