Fifth issue of "The Independent Journal of the ASL Hobby"
From the table of contents:
Toasting Marshmallows by Charles Markuss & Shaun Carter
Holding the Line by Robert Modarelli
Scenario Design by Steven C. Swann
Yad Mordechai by Steve Parillo
CH51 The Sonnenburg Hotel - British paratroopers try to defend a hotel from a mixed force of SS with a flamethrower tank during Operation Market Garden.
CH52 Gross Deutschland’s Doorknockers - French mounted cavalry and tanks must knock out a German anti-tank gun company in the early stages of the France 1940 campaign.
CH53 At the Crossroads - The Soviets have to clear the area of Polish defenders during the Polish-Soviet War of 1919 to 1921.
CH54 Brew Time - German Tiger tanks happen upon British armor while their crews are taking time for tea in this hedgerow battle shortly after the D-Day invasion.
CH55 Lighter than a Feather - American Marines must dig the Japanese out of their caves on the Shuri Line on Okinawa.
CH56 The "Stalingrad" of Kursk - The Germans are on the attack near Ponyri during the battle for Kursk.
CH57 Yad Mordechai - Egyptian forces are assaulting an Israeli Kibbutz in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.
CH58 Death Ride - An all armor battle during the Battle of Kursk with German Tiger tanks on the offensive against Russian T-34’s.
CH59 Bucking for Sergeant - The US Army must push the Japanese off a snow covered hill on Attu, Alaska.
CH60 Return to Luxembourg - A German infantry company with armor support clashes with an American infantry company in the pre-dawn light early in the Ardennes offensive.
CH61 Prothero’s Hook - Australian infantry must flank a hill occupied by a dug in Japanese gun with supporting infantry during the ongoing battle for New Guinea.
CH62 Tanigawa’s Outpost - Two American infantry companies must dig the Japanese out of their cave defenses during the battle for Okinawa.