Vic Provost | 22 Mar 20:46 2015
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Dispatches from the Bunker #40 transmitted today

Dispatches from the Bunker #40 Transmitted Today Hello to my valued subscribers, I just transmitted new
Dispatch #40. If you think you should have received acopy in your in-box but did not, Please let me know
andI'll check your subscription status. I'm already seeing abunch of bounced e-mails come back so if your
e-mailis out of date, e-mail me from the one your want onfile for your subscription.
You'll find the usual 4 scenarios and articles from Kedge,Chuck Tewksbury and Carl Noguiera along with
updateson all the regional tournament action. To celebrate our 4rd pdf. issue I am continuing to
offera 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 still listed on their website and 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
all 39 Back Issues) it is now $60.00. If interested, send your Payment via PayPal
to: PinkFloydFan1954 <at> aol.com Thanks so much for your continued interest and support and look for
#41 late in September 2015, your ASL Comrade, Vic.
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Jim Bennett | 5 Mar 00:16 2015
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Re: Aslml Digest, Vol 1971, Issue 1

Lee,
Since you have a shaw.ca address ... you must be Canadian.
I am from Victoria where we have over 10 ftf players these days...
Anyhow... have you played SASL before?   How about GSASL?
Where are you located?

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Rick McKown | 3 Mar 22:12 2015
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Re: Aslml Digest, Vol 1970, Issue 1

Rusty on SASL but I participated in two earlier GSASL campaigns (Rumanians vs Soviets and Western Desert),
and would be interested in hearing more re this new one.

Rick McKown (rick_mckown@...)

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mark | 3 Mar 16:48 2015

Tucson gamers

Moving back to Tucson AZ, any local ASL'rs there?
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Jim Bennett | 2 Mar 23:46 2015
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More on SASL

List of potential players for an all new GSASL campaign has grown in under 48 hours to (12)....

We have a volunteer campaign designer and will begin moving into a Boot Camp for new players as soon as we hit
(20) potential players.

2nd Call for interested parties.
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Jim Bennett | 1 Mar 22:56 2015
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Call for help with SASL Players List

Help with SASL Players' List.....As a lover of the Solitaire style I am attempting to put together a current
list of interested players to perhaps serve as a database for next Group Play that get's put together. The
following names were found on the GSASL Campaign Ladder for German 35th Infantry Division... in order of
best ranking... Mike Dusseau, Christopher Ludwig, David Pearson, Michael Adamakis, John Peplow, James
Mann, Jose-Luis Serrano, Glenn Schools, David Lindelof, and Jean Foisy. ANY HELP that could be provided
in locating any of these players with emails added would be most appreciated. Don't bother telling me
about Hans Mielants, Rick Lubben, -- I have their names imbedded in my mind. also??  George Krushank?
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Klas Malmström | 17 Feb 20:13 2015
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Perry Sez - version 17

Version 17 (2015-02-17) of the compilation of Perry Sez Q&A from Game Squad is now released/uploaded.

25 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 17: http://klasm.com/ASL/ErrataQA/QA/GS%20Perry%20Sez%20changes.pdf -------------------------------------------------------
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Linkoping, Sweden
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Vic Provost | 6 Feb 03:14 2015
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Re: Playtesters needed for Dispatch #40

  Re: Playtesters needed for Dispatch #40 
 OK guys, we have the final 2 scenarios ready to go now and need volunteers for either/both.

 Anyone who participates and submits a report by March 6th on either of the below will earn 2 Free Issues!

 Grave Situation: 1944 Yugoslavia SS vs Partisans on Board 54. Larger tourney sized, Night Rules, German
defends in a cemetery.

 Prescription for the Kommissar: November 1942 Stalingrad RB Map. Large urban brawl for stone locations.

 If interested, e-mail me directly at: aslbunker <at> aol.com 

 Thanks in advance for everyone who gives either a try, your efforts are much appreciated, Vic. 
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Pete Phillipps | 5 Feb 20:46 2015
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ASL HEROES 2015

Hi Everyone,

	4 weeks today the rattle of dice will be echoing throughout the
Colwyn Hotel in Blackpool as HEROES 2015 will be underway.

	If you plan on attending and haven't booked your attendance yet,
simply head over to the VFTT website at
http://www.vftt.co.uk/uktournaments.asp, where you'll find more details
(including the scenario list) and can log in to register your attendance.
The tournament program is now available for registered attendees to
download.

	Don't forget you can also donate to the VFTT running costs and have
a chance of winning a copy of the rare Heat of Battle edition of Blood Reef:
Tarawa. The prize will be on show at HEROES. You can find more details about
the drive at http://www.vftt.co.uk/donors.asp. Other prizes available
include a $50 credit for products from Battleschool, and a copy of the Lone
Canuck scenario pack Panzers Aces 2, which is not available for sale
anywhere!

Pete

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beer" - Frederick the Great, 1777   
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Pete Phillipps | 20 Jan 20:31 2015
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ASL All Not Quiet On The VFTT Front

Hi Everyone,

	It's a couple of weeks later than planned, but the Jan-Apr issue of
VFTT is out at last, and can be downloaded from the website at
http://www.vftt.co.uk/

	The 2015 Donation Drive is now underway, with a copy of the Heat of
Battle edition of Blood Reef: Tarawa available in the raffle for one lucky
donor! Simply donate at least £5 to be in with a chance of winning. Click
this link (http://www.vftt.co.uk/donors.asp) to see some pics of this rare
item!

	The draw for this will be done at start of March, after the annual
HEROES tournament in Blackpool, as I plan on having it on display there. The
tournament takes place in 6 weeks time, over the weekend of Thu 5 - Sun 8
March, so if you plan on attending now is the time to start making your
plans.
	The scenario list is now up, and the tournament program will be
available to registered attendees in the next couple of days.
	More details can be found here:
	http://www.vftt.co.uk/uktournaments.asp

Pete

"Many [wargame] battles have been fought and won by soldiers nourished on
beer" - Frederick the Great, 1777   
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Chris Doary | 13 Jan 04:10 2015

Re: [ASL-Ottawa] Jan 11 AAR

I have put copies of three additional scenarios from AP9 on Dropbox, including AP90, for consideration.

We have a scenario from BnJ tentatively slated for Rd1 (BFP35 Mai Phu).

-cd

On Jan 12, 2015, at 7:43 PM, Doug Rimmer <dougrimmer@...> wrote:

> I would prefer AP90. It feels very much like a scaled down version of AP89, including the HIP rule. In both
scenarios Japanese HIP units amount to one squad equivalent. Adrian’s was on the board by the end of Turn
1 and I suspect an early appearance would be more likely in AP90. So I would not worry about that SSR too much.
>  
> Fewer vehicles, much fewer VC, smaller board, shorter game. I would be happy to playtest with you. And
bearing my comments on my personal play in mind, I would prefer to play the Gurkhas. I like a Gurkha scenario
versus the Japanese. There is just so much CC and the Japanese are not overwhelming winners.
>  
> Doug
>  
> From: Chris Doary [mailto:doary@...] 
> Sent: Monday, January 12, 2015 7:23 PM
> To: Doug Rimmer
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> Subject: Re: [ASL-Ottawa] Jan 11 AAR
>  
> Hi Doug,
>  
> Thanks for hosting. Appreciate your comments too. I know Adrian isn’t a fan of Fortenberry scenarios.
But I’m glad he gave AP89 a test drive. I have no problem replacing this scenario. That said, I would like
to use something from Action Pack 9. There are a number of obvious non starters (e.g. AP87-88, and AP92).
How do people feel about a seaborne assault (AP83) featuring the Thai, or perhaps AP90 (with a
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