Long Play – OzB1 Vines of Red Marines
Soviet forces landed along the west side of the Ozerekya Bay. While advancing towards Glebovka, they came across a Romanian mortar position in the vineyard of an old manor.
The War Room: Skirmish in the Snow (OA2)
The Russians are pressing forward when Sgt. Albert Pfluger is set upon by three T34s bearing down on his men's position and his assigned 75mm gun. To top it off his men are suffering from an ammunition shortage ... the cold day just became a bit more frigid!
ASL AAR: HILL 253.5 (132)
Operation Citadel had begun, but instead of the desired lightning breakthrough, fighting had taken on the characteristics of World War I trench warfare. In four days of grueling combat, the XLI Panzer Corps had managed to penetrate the defenses of the Soviet 13th Army to only a depth of five miles.
If ASL armor battles are in your wheelhouse, then PROKHOROVKA! is probably the module you've been looking for, portraying the largest armor clashes in modern warfare history.
ASL AAR: Red Don (AP21)
AAR by: John KnowlesAdvanced Squad Leader AAR: Red Don (AP21) Here's the historical situation: Date: January 1, 1943 Location: Babka, Russia Attacker: Russian (15th Army Corps) Defender: Italian (55th Battalion, 6th Alpini Regiment, Tridentina Division) Day after day in mid-January, the Soviets launched repeated attacks against the Italians of the Cuneense, Julia, and Tridentina divisions. Often the attacks never even made it across the...
ASL AAR: Shklov’s Labors Lost (T4)
AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Shklov's Labors Lost (T4) Here's the historical situation: Date: July 11, 1941 Location: Shklov, Russia Attacker: German (Elements of Infantry Regiment Grossdeutschland) Defender: Russian (“Stalin Scholars” Officer Cadet Unit) In the town of Shklov, the German advance was frustrated by the determined defense of a handful of young Soviets. Skillfully using every advantage, the young officer cadets, known...
ASL AAR: Agony At Arnautovo (AP23)
Video AAR by: Neal Ulen & Scott Rowland Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Agony At Arnautovo (AP23) Download the VASL .vsav setup file. Here's the historical situation: Date: January 24, 1943 Location: Arnautovo, Russia Attacker: Russian / Partisan (17th Tank Corps and Local Partisans) Defender: Italian (Val Chiese Battalion, 6th Alpini Regiment, Bergamo Artillery Group, Tridentina Division/5th Alpini Regiment) Russian troops launched a surprise sortie...
Setup Analysis of Released from the East (S6)
AAR by: Stephen “Stew” Stewart Stew's Replays: Setup Analysis of Released from the East (S6) Here's the historical situation: Date: December 11, 1941 Location: Istra, Russia Attacker: Russian (9th Guards Infantry Division) Defender: German (SS) (2nd SS Division "Das Reich") As the drive on Moscow slowed due to supply problems and general winter, STAVKA was given time to deploy fresh troops from other fronts. The...
ASL AAR: The Puma Prowls (T2)
AAR by: John KnowlesAdvanced Squad Leader AAR: The Puma Prowls (T2) Here's the historical situation: Date: June 28, 1944 Location: Lepel, Russia Attacker: Russian (Recon elements, 30th Guards Tank Corps) Defender: German (Panzer Aufklaerung Abteilung 5, 5th Panzer Division) During the destruction of Army Group Center, the German front became pierced at many points. As the battlefield situation became more fluid, reliable information was...
ASL AAR – Between the Anvil and the Hammer II (TAC14)
AAR by: Michael Rodgers Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Between the Anvil and the Hammer II (TAC14). Here's the historical situation: Attacker: German (196th Infantry Regiment, 68th Infantry Division) Defender: Russian (351st Siberian Rifles Division, LVII Army) Benefitting from the winter, Marshal Timoschenko decided to launch a significant offensive against the German Army Group South. The Russians managed to create significant openings aimed...
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