ASL News (1995)
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48-page magazine, including 4 scenarios as magazine pages
Released in March 1995, ASL News #29 was the third issue of ASL News in a professionally printed magazine format and 48 pages long.
Issue #29 included a small “goodie”: a sheet of 6 unmounted color counters representing U.S. M4 HSTs.
Article content included Philippe Léonard’s usual round-up of ASL news and musings, in his own inimitable style; a scenario analysis; an article on the M4 Allis Chalmers High Speed Tractor (for those tractor lovers out there); a historical article on the Chinese Communists; an article on shovels and picks; an article on airdrops; tournament AARs; and miscellany.
- ASL News #56 Tumult from the Clouds. Norway 1940 (Norwegians vs. Germans). Airdrop. This is a reworked version of scenario ASL News #16 of the same name, so it is not really original.
- ASL News #57 Red Dragon. China 1937 (Chinese Communists vs. Japanese)
- ASL News #58 Nemesis. Great Britain 1940 (British/New Zealanders vs. Germans). Hypothetical “Operation Sea Lion” scenario.
- ASL News #59 Misty Morning. Belgium 1944 (Americans vs. Germans). Uses Stoumont map from Kampfgruppe Peiper I.