Dispatches from the Bunker #48

Published by: The Bunker. September 2019
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Greetings from the Bunker: In this new PDF issue we have four new action-packed scenarios for your ASL enjoyment, including a late-war British glider landing action and a monster Crete scenario featuring glider and parachute landings on the Heat of Battle ‘Kreta’ map. Todd Rezack brings a new Q&A column and Carl Nogueira continues his always informative Tactical Tips. We will have the Nor’easter and Tussle in the Tundra reviews along with a preview of the Albany Tournament along with all our usual features.

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Articles and Resources:

Line ChatterTodd RezackAfter Action Report5, 12
Tactical Tips: Fighting Cardboard from the Sky Part ICarl NogueiraAnalysis13-25
Dispatch #48 Scenarios-SummariesVic ProvostReviewBackpage


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DB147: Bandits and Bolsheviks08 7.00Przybyszów, Lemko District of PolandETORussian (NKVD)/Polish People's ArmyPartisan (UPA)3.5 hrs70% Russian (NKVD)/Polish People's Army16%
DB148: Melee For Hill 700015 5.00In the Bougainville perimeter, Solomon IslandsPTOAmericanJapanese3.2 hrsBalanced30%
DB149: Three Little Bridges01 7.00Issel River, near Hamminkeln, GermanyWTOBritishGerman7.2 hrs80% German2%
DB150: Fallschirmjäger Graveyard02 8.67Maleme, CreteMTOGermanAllied27.3 hrsBalanced4%

 * Popularity is the sum of Roar and Archive reported playings based as a percentage of the parent publication's total games.

 (Dark) grey rows indicate Night scenarios.

Median length of scenarios: 5.35hrs

Average rating of scenarios: 6.92

Total playing time: 41.2hrs

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