ASL 3 - Yanks

Published by: Avalon Hill. January 1987
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Released in 1987, Yanks included the complete US Army order of battle as found in North Africa, Italy and Northwest Europe. Chapter E provided rules for , weather, paradrops, gliders, fighter-bombers, and night combat, making the module a prerequisite for most subsequent modules.

Yanks rectified a long-standing deficit in the system by including DYO values for US forces; these had been excluded from the release of G.I.: Anvil of Victory. The Chapter E rules were billed as "optional" but were later included as standard in the second edition of the ASL Rulebook given their importance in later scenario and module releases.

The mapboards depicted open rural terrain, and the scenarios covered a variety of actions in Italy and Northwest Europe, focusing on combined arms (there are no armor only and two infantry only scenarios.)

2nd EDITION: Not yet available. The original print run has been sold out, and copies are only available from eBay and other second-hand sources. A second edition is being planned but timing is still unclear.

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19: Backs to the Sea029 6.39Pointe-du-Hoc, FranceWTOGermanAmerican4.2 hrs64% American2%
20: Taking the Left Tit028 6.80Santa Maria Infante, ItalyMTOAmericanGerman5.5 hrs57% American2%
21: Among the Ruins0275 6.70Aachen, GermanyWTOAmericanGerman9 hrsBalanced17%
22: Kurhaus Clash0157 6.20Aachen, GermanyWTOGerman (SS)American5.9 hrs68% German (SS)10%
23: Under the Noel Trees0553 6.63Champs, BelgiumWTOGermanAmerican4.9 hrsBalanced35%
24: The Mad Minute012 6.21Longchamps, BelgiumWTOGerman (SS)American10.5 hrs88% German (SS)1%
25: Gavin's Gamble035 6.67Nijmegen, The NetherlandsWTOAmerican / BritishGerman15.8 hrs69% American / British2%
26: Tanks in the Street068 6.22Bardenberg, GermanyWTOGermanAmerican9.6 hrs65% German4%

 * 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: 7.45hrs

Average rating of scenarios: 6.48

Total playing time: 65.4hrs

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