Vic Provost | 21 Jun 03:17 2016
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Disatches June Update & Paytesters Wanted

 Hello to all my ASL Comrades. Just wanted to give my latest 
update on our Newsletter Dispatches from the Bunker.
 
Playtesting for Dispatch #43 is well underway and we are very pleased 
with the four scenarios we are working on. See summaries below,
if interested in testing any them of them just reply with which you 
want to try.  You will earn a  Free Copy of #43 when you submit a
report. Please e-mail me at: aslbunker <at> aol.com   
 
A Thorn in the Side - Nice tourney sized action by Ted Wilcox with
an all-out assault by Japanese Elite Squads from a Special Tank
Hunter Detachment attacking up hill vs Elite British troops with
the goal of knocking out the British tanks on the Hill-tops on Bd 5b.
 
One Last Victory - Joe Gochinski has another in the Operation
Nordwind series, with Elite SS from the 6th SS Nord Division
trying to take the village on Bd 67 vs a mixed company of USA
infantry. Tourney sized and plays quick in this all infantry
battle.
 
A Deadly Landscape - Great looking battle on a small area of the RB
map as December 42 draws to a close with a deadly stalemate 
turning against the German. Andy Hershey has a unique SSR which'
allows the Snipers to add VPs to both sides as they cause casualties.
Very FUN Stalingrad action suitable for a tournament time frame.
 
March on Marche - The largest of the offerings this times sees the
German Blitz come to Marche in France. Mike Augustine has the
tip of Rommel's 7th Panzer Division securing the bridge over the Ourthe
River then  trying to wrest Marche from a combined French force
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Ismo Mehtälä | 11 May 16:55 2016
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Festung Budapest campaign game question

In CG II special rules it says "For all non-idle CG days on/prior to the 
27 January CG Day, the number of CPP generated are halved". Does this 
mean yesterdays  scenario or current day scenario?

Thanks anyone

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Ismo Mehtälä | 8 May 13:00 2016
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FB question

Hi all

IN Festung Budapest, do hungarian PFs have 2 or 3 hex range?

Thanks in advance

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Vic Provost | 22 Mar 02:20 2016
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Dispatches from the Bunker #42 Transmitted Today

 Dispatches from the Bunker #42 Transmitted Today 

Hello to my ASL Comrades. I just transmitted new 
Dispatch #42. If you think you should have received a
copy in your in-box but did not, Please let me know and
I'll check your subscription status. I'm already seeing 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 latest 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 41 Back Issues they are now $50.00. Take $5.00 off if ordering before 4/21.

If you want the Digital Works (a 4 issue RE-subscription plus all 41 Back Issues) it is now $60.00. Take
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Vic Provost | 1 Mar 02:46 2016
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Dispatches #42 Update

 Hello to all my ASL Comrades. Just wanted to give my latest 
update on our Newsletter Dispatches from the Bunker.
We are wrapping up playtesting for Dispatch #42 and are very
pleased with the four scenarios we will be publishing next month.
I hope to transmit the pdf newsletter either 3/20 or 3/27.
Here are the scenarios that we are working on:
Grand Hotel Britannia: Great looking tournament action by designer
extraordinaire Steve Johns see a battle already between British
elites vs German Marines in Victory building J3 on Board 45 at
start, with a larger relief force trying to push aside the German 
defense outside of the building. Random Rubble and a Smoke FFE
add to the fog of war at start.
Unnoticed Victory: The latest from Mike 'Pooch' Pucio has the action
on Board 30 as the invasion of Wake Island has spilled onto adjacent
Wilkes Island. The Japanese SNLF has already captured the US
gun positions when the Marine counterattack strikes. Tourney style
with a few overlays.
Silencing Sinzig: A late war American Blitz to seize the Bridge over the
river on Board 40. Board 43 is also in play. The American recon unit
is supported by 2 Sherman Tanks who have to deal with the German 
heavy SWs in over-watch on the hill . Once they have been dealt with the 
battle for the bridge is on with low morale troops on both sides trying
to win the day. Nice design by Jeff Myers.
Tigers and Flames. The big, Eastern Front brute of a scenario in this 
issue by our own Joe Gochinski sees an all out assault on the building 
enclave on Board 1A. The German has 2 small delaying forces on 
Boards 56 & 57 who try to waste time and troops from the Russian
juggernaut. With 11 AFVs including a SU122, SU152 and 3 OT-34s,
combined with 24 mostly elite squads and a 82* Mtr this force means
business! The German OB is a mixed bag at start but gets elite squads
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Vic Provost | 26 Jan 02:38 2016
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Dispatches from the Bunker January 2016 Update

   Hello to all my ASL Comrades. Just wanted to give my latest 
update on our Newsletter Dispatches from the Bunker.
With current Issue #41 long in the books and playtesting on #42 
underway, we are indeed looking for playtesters for #42. Please let 
me know if interested.
Here are the scenarios that were published in #41:
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
defense.
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M Rodgers | 18 Jan 04:48 2016
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CASLO XX scenario list

This is the “bare bones” list of the scenarios for CASLO XX. A more
detailed version showing required maps, overlays, etc., will be available
by the end of February. For pre-registered players, there will also be
scenario guides (like the Ottawa team did in 2015)

Round 1E is the early start round at 10 AM on Friday. Only pre-registered
players can play in this round. I plan to pair these players in advance,
have them choose their scenario and sides before the tournament.

Round 1E includes a desert scenario. If a pre-registered player strongly
desires to play this scenario at the cost of giving up other scenario
choices, let me know. I will pair players who both desire this scenario.

Round 1 includes a night scenario. If any player strongly desires to play
this scenario at the cost of giving up other scenario choices, let me know
in advance or on site before the pairings. I will pair players who both
desire this scenario.

Several scenarios use BFP counters or boards. One scenario uses the FrF A
board. I will have photocopies of these to use at the tournament.

Round,Scenario,Title,”Axis Nationality”,"Allied Nationality”,Year,Notes

1E,81,FRATRICIDAL FIGHTING,VICHY FRENCH,FREE FRENCH,1941,"DTO. FF Infantry
and early tanks attack a hilltop defence of infantry, guns and
fortifications."
1E,175,HUNTERS AT YLIMAA,GERMAN,FINNISH,1944,Finn infantry and tanks try to
exit through German infantry and 2 guns.
1E,BFP035,MAI PHU,JAPANESE,FRENCH,1940,PTO. Air Support. Japanese try to
take buildings. BFP counters.
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Vic Provost | 12 Jan 03:38 2016
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Dispatches #42 Playtesters Wanted

 Hello to all my ASL Comrades.

We are well into playtesting for Dispatches from the Bunker #42.

Two of the scenarios are ready for outside testing, with the other two looking to be ready late this month or
early February. Anyone who completes the playtest and sends a report within a month gets a free copy of #42
or an issue added onto their subscription.

So here are the two we need you to play right now, anyone interested, Please DO NOT PM me here but e-mail me
directly at: aslbunker <at> aol.com

Thanks in advance to all who reply, your ASL Comrade, Vic.
Grand Hotel Britannia - Another fine effort from our own Steve Johns finds a mixed group of German infantry
on Board 45 trying to keep at least one Good Order MMC in the Hotel (Building J3) at Game End. The British are
attacking with a mix of Elite and first line infantry. The German defense gets a 1-5-7 Pillbox, 2 Trenches
and 3 Wire to help block the way to the Hotel where both sides have Elite infantry at start. Variable FB
Rubble give the building a different look each time. Tournament size and ready to go.

Unnoticed Victory. Another tourney sized offering from Mike 'Pooch' Puccio sees a determined Marine
counterattack trying to wrest back the 3 inch gun battery that the Japanese Special Naval Landing Force
had seized on Wilkes Island as part of the 12/23/41 assault on adjacent Wake Island. Played on Board 30 with
less than 10 squad equivalents per side and goes fast once set-up is done.
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