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Neal is a retired engineer/researcher who first played Squad Leader back in the late '70s. While getting re-acquainted with ASL after retiring, he took it as an opportunity to create VASL, Boot Camp, and AAR tutorials to help new and returning players. His first wargame was Steve Jackson's G.E.V.. He lurks in the PWN.
Neal UlenWebmaster / Editor / Contributor
Scott has been playing wargames since he was a teen ... and not just ASL. His second favorite system in the Battalion Combat System. He's knowledgeable in WW2 history and brings it with him to the table every time he plays. When not playing ASL he also dabbles in model making. He works in housing construction and lives in Idaho.
Stew is the long time creator behind "VASLing with Stew" and organizer of "Tactical Tuesdays" which acts as an online interactive forum for new (and veteran) ASL players to discuss rules and tactics. Stewie!
Stephen 'Stew' StewartContributor
Neal & Scott are just two dudes who have known each other since junior high school. They team up and fumble their way through scenarios then make fun of themselves doing video AARs. Almost all of their games are played on VASL. They both think the VASL dicebot is the devil incarnate.