Welcome to the Museum
ASL, also known as “Advanced Squad Leader” or often just “The Game,” is not only the best historical simulation of tactical World War II combat ever. For some, it is almost a way of life.
ASLers show their devotion to the game in many ways, from obsessively collecting ASL scenarios to spending long hours as ASL tournaments. But one of the most fascinating ways that ASLers demonstrate their passion is in their gear.
ASLers don’t just buy ASL products-they create their own, using skills that range from computer programming to woodworking. They enhance, personalize, expand, adapt, and sometimes just plain go crazy.
Come on it, and explore the ASL World!
The images in the ASL Museum consist of photographs taken by the curator during his travels, as well as photos donated by friends and acquaintances. In addition, some images were culled from the Internet (either by the curator or by contributors). If you feel that any of the images in the ASL museum are improperly or insufficiently attributed, credited, or documented, please contact the curator.
Please help the ASL Museum expand and grow. Contribute photos or your own ASL gear and paraphernalia and that of your friends. Email today!