Dispatches from the Bunker Holiday Sale & #44 Update

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Hello to all my ASL Comrades. First of all, to help all my
ASL Comrades have an even better Holiday Season, see
the Dispatches from the Bunker Holiday Sale 2016 below.
This Sale is from right now until Midnight on Christmas Eve.

Sale for Current Subscription Info:

Re-subscriptions for any current subscriber are $13.00 for a 4
Issue subscription. Anyone not a subscriber who wants in can
get a subscription for $14.00 and starts with current Issue #43.
Save a dollar in either case.

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
the affected issues are #01, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08. 10, 13, 16, 17,
18, 19 & 28).

If you want all 42 Back Issues it is $45.00 Save $5.00.

If you want the Digital Works (a 4 issue subscription plus
all 42 Back Issues) it is $55.00. Save $5.00

If interested, send your Payment via PayPal to:

PinkFloydFan1954@aol.com

For those unfamiliar with Dispatches, it is a 12 page Amateur
ASL Newsletter that comes to the greater ASL Community twice
a year, sometime in March and September courtesy of the New
England ASL Community, including the Bunker Crew and our yasl
Brothers in Southern New England. It typically contains 4 New Scenarios,
Analysis of each one, a Main Article on any aspect of the game system,
Tactical Tips, ASL News and Tournament Updates from our region.

If sending a Check or Money order (in USA Funds only, drawn on a bank
based here in the USA), Make your remittance out to Vic Provost (NOT
the Newsletter) and send to:

Vic Provost
Dispatches from the Bunker
P.O. Box 2024
Hinsdale MA 01235
USA
Now here is the update on our ASL Newsletter Dispatches from the Bunker.

Having transmitted Dispatch #43 just before the Bunker Bash,
we have moved onto playtesting for what will be our
Special 20th Anniversary Issue #44. This one will include
another Tom Morin HASL Classic, this time the subject is
the fighting at Rees Germany, along the Rhine River in 1945.
The British 51st Highland Division was tasked with clearing the
town from a mix of veteran Falschirmjaegers and Volksturm.
We will have 5 scenarios, a campaign game and a HASL map
with instructions on how to either print it out at home or bring it to
a professional printer to print it out as a poster. In any event we
are very proud of this project and Tom's incredible knack for
research and bringing that data to life in our ASL game system.
Look for #44 later in March.

As for current Issue #43, we have a 7 page part 2 of
Carl Nogueira's Tactical Tips article 'Look Out Below' on Air Support
in ASL plus an ASL Confessional from our own Ralph McDonald
on how ASL helped save his life. We also have extended coverage
of our local tournament scene and all our usual features.
See summaries below of the 4 scenarios we included in #43.:
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
with tanks and cavalry. German mobility is the key and the French
must counter their advances on Bds a & 3a.
Any other questions just reply to my e-mail at:

aslbunker@aol.com

and I'll do my best to answer your query. Thanks
again to all my Contributors, Playtesters, and
Subscribers, without whom the Newsletter would
not be possible. Thanks for your time and
consideration, your ASL Comrade, Vic Provost.

'SSR: All Occupants of the Bunker Location
are considered Fanatic [A10.8]'
 

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19 more days to take advantage of the Holiday Sale, see details above.

Thanks to everyone and Happy Holidays! Vic.
 

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Hey Vic. I took advantage of the generous Digital Works offer. Looking forward to diving into your publication!
 

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Hi, Vic- I decided to give myself an early Christmas present and just sent payment for the Digital Works through Paypal! Looking forward to digging through all the ASL goodness in the Dispatches.
 

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Hi, Vic- I decided to give myself an early Christmas present and just sent payment for the Digital Works through Paypal! Looking forward to digging through all the ASL goodness in the Dispatches.
Thanks so much for your order, much appreciated!

The Sale is still good until the end of Christmas Eve.

Happy Holidays everyone! Vic.
 

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Vic - I want to extend my subscription. I believe 44 is my last one.

Thanks for the great product

John
 

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Vic - I want to extend my subscription. I believe 44 is my last one.

Thanks for the great product

John
Hi John, simple to get extended as per the post above.

Thanks for your continued Interest and support.

Happy Holidays! Vic.
 
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