Vic Provost | 18 Aug 02:16 2015
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Dispatches August Update and last Playtest reqest.

 Hello to all my ASL Comrades. Just wanted to give my latest 
update on Dispatch #41 as we are winding down the playtest.
We are pretty much done with 3 of the 4 scenarios but still need another
playing or 2 of Vorwald Waltz I just need a report back by Labor Day.Anyone who volunteers and does submit a
report in time will earn
2 free Issues.
Here are the scenarios we are working on this time:
Probe on the Trail to Hell: My latest in the long dormant Bougainville
Series finds elements of the 21st Marine Regiment advancing down
The East-West Trail and running into a defensive position of the
Japanese 23rd Infantry Regiment. Taking enemy hexes and CVPs
determine victory. Small tournament style action on half of Board 52.
Death on the Eismeer Strasse: Ted Wilcox kicks off a new scenario 
series looking at Special Forces. Here, above the Arctic Circle at the 
Russian hamlet of Luostari, we see special forces of the 6th Separate 
Guards Demolition Battalion holding the only road through the woods
on the other half of Board 52. They are being attacked by Elite German
infantry of Gebirgs Division 2. Nice tournament action in Heavy Snow 
amongst elite troops.
Vorwald Waltz: A collaborative effort between Bob Tufano and our own
Tom Morin sees a medium/large battle over the village on Board 67 
between an elite combined arms force of the US 9th Infantry Division 
on defense and the mixed Panzer/Infantry Kampfgruppe from Panzer 
Lehr. A nasty brawl ensues with M36 GMC tank destroyers trying to
deal with Panther tanks. A unique SSR sees bidding for the side you want.
The Kastelli Thirteen: Tom Morin reprises his Crete series for a small to
medium Para-drop by German Falschirmjaegers onto Board v, defended
by a numerically superior force of green Greek defenders supported by a
small detachment of Elite Brits. The German attackers need to weather 
the storm and get organized but if they go, there will be hell to pay for the
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M Rodgers | 7 Jul 02:50 2015
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Canadian ASL Association

This is the time of the year when the Canadian ASL Association (CASLA)
looks for new members and reminds existing members that their membership
renewals are due. A list of paid-up members is at the end in case you are
not sure if you have paid.

The primary mission of the CASLA is to run the Canadian ASL Open (CASLO)
each year. We have been doing that for nineteen years.

There are several reasons to join CASLA. First, you think that an annual,
reliable, well run Canadian ASL tournament, that you can plan to attend
months ahead of time, is a good thing. Second, you would like that
tournament to sometimes be in your city. Third, you would like to have a
say in the format of the tournament and in which city the tournament will
be held.

Our tournament is a sort of  “plug ‘n play” tournament. We have a
documented and well established tournament format that makes every round
important and gives all participants a final ranking of their performance
in relation to other participants.

When you pay the membership fee to join the CASLA, you are eligible to vote
on where the next Canadian ASL Open will be held, and to propose changes to
the tournament format. As well, you are eligible to submit a proposal to
bring the CASLO to your Canadian city. Running the CASLO sometimes takes
more money than we can obtain through tournament registration fees; the
CASLA membership fees exist to have a cash reserve to pay for excess
tournament expenses when the registration fees do not cover all the
expenses. Being a paid member also entitles one to a five dollar discount
on registration for the Canadian ASL Open. Foreign players may join the
CASLA, but the tournament must be held in a Canadian city.
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Vic Provost | 30 Jun 02:24 2015
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Need Playtesters for Dispatch #41

Hi guys, we have got to the point where we are comfortable with what we have done for testing so far for
Dispatches from the Bunker #41 so need some outside playtesters to give them a look.  See the below and If
interested e-mail me directly at:  aslbunker <at> aol.com  Thanks in advance for all who participate,
anyone that submits a playtest report before the middle of August gets a free copy of #41 or your
subscription extended an issue, Vic. Probe on the Trail to Hell: My latest in the long dormant
Bougainvillea Series finds elements of the 21st Marine Regiment advancing downThe East-West Trail and
running into a defensive position of theJapanese 23rd Infantry Regiment. Taking enemy hexes and
CVPsdetermine victory. Small tournament style action on half of Board 52. Death on the Eismeer
Strasse: Ted Wilcox kicks off a new scenario series looking at Special Forces. Here, above the Arctic
Circle at the Russian hamlet of Luostari, we see special forces of the 6th Separate Guards Demolition
Battalion holding the only road through the woodson the other half of Board 52. They are being attacked
by Elite Germaninfantry of Gebirgs Division 2. Nice tournament action in Heavy Snow amongst elite
troops. Vorwald Waltz: A collaborative effort between Bob Tufano and our ownTom Morin sees a
medium/large battle over the village on Board 67 between an elite combined arms force of the US 9th
Infantry Division on defense and the mixed Panzer/Infantry Kampfgruppe from Panzer Lehr. A nasty brawl
ensues with M36 GMC tank destroyers trying todeal with Panther tanks. A unique SSR sees bidding for the
side you want. The Kastelli Thirteen: Tom Morin reprises his Crete series for a small tomedium
Para-drop by German Falschirmjaegers onto Board v, defendedby a numerically superior force of green
Greek defenders supported by asmall detachment of Elite Brits. The German attackers need to weather the
storm and get organized but if they do, there will be hell to pay for thedefense.
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Pete Phillipps | 22 Jun 12:35 2015
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ASL New VFTT Out

Hi Everyone,

	Start your week with a new issue of VFTT :-)
	You can download it from http://www.vftt.co.uk/index.asp

Pete

"Many [wargame] battles have been fought and won by soldiers nourished on
beer" - Frederick the Great, 1777   
Download VIEW FROM THE TRENCHES (Britain's Premier ASL Journal) free from
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Get the latest UK ASL tournament news at
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Terry Wilcox | 29 May 16:15 2015
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Finding face to face players.

Hi, My name is Terry Wilcox and I' m from the Buffalo area. I am willing to
travel. I've played ASL off and on since the mid 1980s. I'm desperate to
play ASL face to face. I know of a Robert Holden who lives in Buffalo but I
don't know how I can contact him. Need some
help...................Regards...............Terry
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Joseph O'Sullivan | 28 May 05:58 2015
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ASL Collection for sale

Hi all,

I haven't played ASL in years, but I've kept buying all the MMP products
before they were out of stock or out of print. I own all of the ASL
products made by AH and MMP, but I never use them.

I have all the core/historical/starter kit/deluxe modules and 13 are
unpunched, boxed and complete. With the exception of one overlay (S7) from
West of Alamein and a about a dozen US armor counters from Yanks, the
unboxed and punched modules are complete. The journals, two of the annuals,
eight of the action packs and all the other scenario packs are in new
condition. I still have some of the maps and scenario cards from the
original Squad Leader series.

I am planning to sell the collection piece by piece on ebay starting Sunday
May 31st, but before that I am wondering if anyone, particularly in the New
York City area, would be interested in buying the entire collection. My
asking price is $1000 for the entire collection. If I sold the collection
piece by piece I could earn substantially more than that, but I want to
avoid that hassle and be done with it in one easier step.

If anyone is interested, let me know at josullivan58@... ASAP. I have
a spreadsheet listing all of the items, and I can provide pictures if
requested. Thanks!

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Toze Santos | 27 May 23:58 2015
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Re: Aslml Digest, Vol 1979, Issue 1

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Klas Malmström | 27 May 14:41 2015
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Perry Sez - v18

Hi,Version 18 (2015-02-27) of the compilation of Perry Sez Q&A from Game Squad is now released/uploaded.

16 new Q&A from the GS Forum added.

My homepage http://www.klasm.com
Direct-link: http://www.klasm.com/ASL/ErrataQA/ErrataQA.html
Direct-link to a document with the changes in version 18: http://klasm.com/ASL/ErrataQA/QA/GS%20Perry%20Sez%20changes.pdf
Regards,Klas
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Linkoping, Sweden
Email: klas_malmstrom <at> yahoo.se
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Vic Provost | 28 Apr 01:58 2015
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Dispatches from the Bunker April Update

  Dispatches from the Bunker April Update 

Hello to my ASL Comrades. With Issue #40 havingbeen sent out a month ago, we are looking to getIssue #41
started soon, look for further details laterin May. If you think you should have received a copy of Dispatch
#40 in your in-box but did not, Please let me know and
I'll check your subscription status. I saw a bunch
of bounced e-mails come back so if your e-mail
is out of date, e-mail me from the one your want on
file for your subscription. 

You'll find the usual 4 scenarios and articles from Kedge,
Chuck Tewksbury and Carl Noguiera along with updates
on all the regional tournament action. 

To celebrate our 4rd pdf. issue I am continuing to offer
a discounted re-subscription for any current subscriber 
who wants to take advantage of the discounted re-
subscription cost of $14.00 for 4 pdf issues. (Normally
$15.00 for new subscribers).

I'm also offering pdf Back Issues for $3.00 if complete or
$2.00 if missing content that was re-published by MMP.
(In that case an informational page was substituted for the
missing content telling you what MMP publication it appeared in,
we hope to see Out of the Bunker re-printed by MMP when they can,
it is available in the aftermarket).

If you want all 39 Back Issues they are now $50.00.

If you want the Digital Works (a 4 issue RE-subscription plus
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Jim Bennett | 27 Apr 06:13 2015
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Help on gliders???

Particularly... Avenue of Approach (to landing)
    What is purpose of 5 hex approach.... Does glider have to survive defensive fire in each hex in all 5 hexes?

Any help on this would be most appreciated. Would also like to know of any articles that might exist on glider use???
Thanks
Jim Bennett
Victoria, Canada
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EK I | 25 Apr 04:46 2015

ASL Rulebook Divider Set??

hello,

does anyone know if the “ASL Rulebook Divider Set” (A complete set of ASL
Rulebook, 2nd Edition chapter dividers.  Includes 2 QRDC, ASOP, Player Aid
Card, and dividers for Chapters A, B, C, D, E, H, K) currently offered at
the MMP website includes the Finnish modifications included on the divider
sets shipped with Hakkaa Päälle! ?

thanks/gt
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