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ASL Tactical #14 – Analysis of The Niscemi-Biscari Highway

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ASL Tactical #14 - Analysis of The Niscemi-Biscari Highway
A tactical breakdown and analysis of the classic scenario The Niscemi-Biscari Highway, scenario 178 from the module Yanks.

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: The Niscemi-Biscari Highway (178)

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ASL AAR: The Niscemi-Biscari Highway (178)
American paratroopers are tasked with cutting off German units from moving toward the beaches during the invasion of Sicily (Operation Husky, 1943).

Yanks Unboxing

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Yanks Unboxing
Yanks is back, and better than ever, as it now includes the essential elements of Paratrooper and 24 additional scenarios. Yanks contains the entire United States Army order of battle for ASL.

ASL AAR: Le Manoir (13)

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ASL AAR: Le Manoir (13)
The bridge at La Fiere carried the road from Ste. Mere-Eglise across the Merderet River and was the main objective of the 101st Airborne’s 1st Battalion, 505th Regiment. After a successful drop, they set off for their objective a mere 1,000 yards away – only to be met with machine gun fire from a farm on the outskirts of town.

Yanks On Pre-order

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ASL Yanks Pre-order
Multi-Man Publishing has put Yanks up for preorder. This printing is essentially identical to the 2016 printing, so it is basically a straight re-print. If you don’t have a copy of the update Yanks I highly recommend that you preorder a copy as it likely won’t be available again for 5-10 years once this reprint actually begins to ship (likely a year from now).

Advanced Squad Leader AAR – Gavin Take (181)

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Advanced Squad Leader AAR - Gavin Take (181)
One of the responsibilities of the Airborne troops was the seizure of several key bridges following the D-Day drop. One of these bridges was at Chef-du-Pont. Gavin organized a pickup force to take care of this bridge himself. With elements of the 507th split into two groups, he marched on Chef-du-Pont by closely parallel but different routes.

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