Jim Bennett | 10 Jul 05:38 2014
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Question re: sewers in RB

So my Axis perimeter boundary includes Q26 sewer-location hex in my axis-controlled building..... but
NOT R28 in the Russian controlled building....

Since R28 is a sewer location and only 3 hexes away...   On my 1st axis turn may my squad begin and enter Q26 and
exit in R28 ?
Just wondering.

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Jim Bennett | 2 Jul 00:57 2014
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Attacking the pillbox

Relative newbie looking for advice on attacking the pillbox.
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Have at my disposal 50L and 75* tanks, ATR, MTR, LMG, and 4 -6-7 Germans.
Any thoughts on best tactics?

Many thanks.
Jim B
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Vic Provost | 1 Jul 01:51 2014
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First 2 Scenarios for Dispatch #39 ready for Playtesting

Hi guys, we have the first 2 
scenarios that will appear in 
Dispatches
from the Bunker #39 ready for 
playtesting. As usual, anyone who 
volunteers and submits a report 
gets a Free copy of #39 or an 
issue added onto your subscription. We need a report 
back by 
early 
August  and we'll have the other 2 scenarios ready sometime 
in July. Here is what we have for 
now:
 
Mopping Up Kobayashi: The latest 
in the long dormant 
Philippines
Series B (Late War) finds 
elements of the 38 Infantry 
Division
catching up with remnants of the 
Kobayashi Group in May 
1945.
A large infantry company of mixed 
Elite and First Line GIs with a 
9-2
in command tries to clear the 
road on board 7A along with 
controlling
a hamlet of huts. The Japanese 
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M Rodgers | 27 Jun 01:45 2014
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2014 Canadian ASL Association membership drive

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 eighteen years. We have a secondary
mission to connect Canadian ASL players to each other.

There are several reasons that you should consider joining the 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 | 24 Jun 01:36 2014
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Dispatches from the Bunker June Update

Hello to all my ASL 
Comrades. Just wanted to give my latest update  
on the Newsletter. With Issue #38 in the books we have turned our  
full attention to #39, due out later in 
September. We'll have the usual  
4 scenarios and articles. Here are the 4 
scenarios we are working on,  
I'll be looking for playtest 'volunteers' 
next month:

Mopping Up Kobayashi: The latest 
in the long dormant 
Philippines
Series B (Late War) finds 
elements of the 38 Infantry 
Division
catching up with remnants of the 
Kobayashi Group in May 
1945.
A large infantry company of mixed 
Elite and First Line GIs with a 
9-2
in command tries to control the 
road on board 7A along with 
controlling
a hamlet of huts. The Japanese 
are down but not out and look to 
prevent the USA win via a 20 CVP 
Casualty Cap for the 
American. 
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Jim Bennett | 12 Jun 04:51 2014
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Anyone acquire CH Devil's Domain II

Wondering if fans of new CH Devil’s Domain II know of any plan to do early map for VASL?

Also, I’m really green with CH products and dove into this....I’m going to need someone to help guide me....
Any volunteers?

Jim Bennett in Victoria, BC, Canada
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Pete Phillipps | 5 Jun 21:47 2014
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ASL VFTT91 Out

Hi Everyone,

	VFTT91 is out at last :-)
	You can download it by going http://www.vftt.co.uk/

	The up to date list of ASL stuff I am selling to pay for my
impending move to Edinburgh to study at college for the next 2 years can be
found on the same page, under the details of the new VFTT.

	Enjoy!

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
http://www.vftt.co.uk/vfttpdfs.asp   
Get the latest UK ASL tournament news at
http://www.vftt.co.uk/uktournaments.asp 
Support the best at http://www.manutd.com/   

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Vic Provost | 28 May 01:19 2014
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Looking for Terry Wilcox

Hi guys, if anyone knows Terry Wilcox, ASL player from
N Tonawanda NY, please have him contact me about his 
new subscription, he did not provide an e-mail address to
send his Dispatches Issues.

Thanks for any help you can provide, Vic.
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Pete Phillipps | 26 May 23:24 2014
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ASL Stuff for Sale update

Hi Everyone,

	Just a quick update on what's still left:

	BFP2 Operation Cobra £35.00
	BFP3 Blood and Jungle £95.00
	BFP4 Crucible of Steel £95.00
	HOB Recon by Fire 4 £35.00
	CH All American Shanley's Hill £14.00
	CH All American Gamers Guide £6.00
	CH Genesis 48 £40.00
	CH Critical Hit 1 £15.00
	CH Critical Hit Vol 4 No 1 £10.00
	Le Franc Tireur 12 £30.00
	Le Franc Tireur 13 £30.00
	LCP Purple Heart Draw £20.00
	LCP Ozerekya Breakout £20.00
	ASL Journal 2 reprint £25.00
	ASL Journal 5 £25.00
	ASL Journal 10 £20.00
	Out of the Bunker 1 £10.00
	Best of Friends £10.00
	Festung Budapest £95.00
	ASL 1st edition rulebook (complete with 87 and 89 errata coupons)
£25.00

Pete

"Many [wargame] battles have been fought and won by soldiers nourished on
beer" - Frederick the Great, 1777   
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Pete Phillipps | 25 May 20:32 2014
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ASL VFTT News 25 May 2014

Hi Evereyone,

	I'm starting an Event Management HND at Edinburgh College in August
:-) As this requires me to move, I'm selling loads of stuff to raise the
money to pay for moving:
	High Ground 2	£35.00
	BFP2 Operation Cobra	£35.00
	BFP3 Blood and Jungle	£95.00
	BFP4 Crucible of Steel	£95.00
	HOB Recon by Fire 4	£35.00
	HOB Special Forces II	£25.00
	HOB Kreta	£50.00
	CH All American Shanley's Hill	£14.00
	CH All American Gamers Guide	£6.00
	CH Genesis 48	£40.00
	CH Critical Hit 1	£15.00
	CH Critical Hit Vol 4 No 1	£10.00
	Le Franc Tireur 11	£35.00
	Le Franc Tireur 12	£30.00
	Le Franc Tireur 13	£30.00
	From The Cellar 7	£15.00
	LCP Purple Heart Draw	£20.00
	LCP Ozerekya Breakout	£20.00
	ASL Journal 2 reprint	£25.00
	ASL Journal 5	£25.00
	ASL Journal 8	£25.00
	ASL Journal 10	£25.00
	Berlin Red Vengeance	£100.00 - though Olli Gray has reserved this
:-)
	Out of the Bunker 1	£10.00
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Vic Provost | 22 Apr 01:49 2014
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Dispatches from the Bunker April Update

Hello to all my ASL 
Comrades. Just wanted to give my latest 
update on the Newsletter. 
Issue #38 went out right after the 
Nor'Easter last month. We are 
just
beginning playtesting on Issue #39, I'll 
have further details on 
what
we are working on next 
month.
 
If you think you were due Issue #38 and 
did not receive it, 
let 
me know, I have seen a few bounced 
e-mails come back 
to 
me and would love to update any bad 
e-mails and get 
my 
subscribers who did not see it a 
copy.

  
With #38 now 
published, I will continue to offer discounted  
re-subscriptions for 
any current subscriber who wants to take  
advantage of the 
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Gmane