Drive for Saint-Lo

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Drive for Saint-Lô is a tactical Mission pack (ASL Campaign Game) from Lone Canuck Publishing, with an additional 5 scenarios played on a historically based (24½"x 32" with 1" hexes) map of the Le Mare-Le Carillon Nose feature, located two-miles north of Saint-Lô, France.

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    Drive for Saint-Lo

    Drive for Saint-Lo

    Drive for Saint-Lô is a tactical Mission pack (ASL Campaign Game) from Lone Canuck Publishing, with an additional 5 scenarios played on a historically based (24½"x 32" with 1" hexes) map of the Le Mare-Le Carillon Nose feature, located two-miles north of Saint-Lô, France.

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    Drive for Saint-Lô is a tactical Mission pack (ASL Campaign Game) from Lone Canuck Publishing, with an additional 5 scenarios played on a historically based (24½"x 32" with 1" hexes) map of the Le Mare-Le Carillon Nose feature, located two-miles north of Saint-Lô, France.

    This campaign game revolves around the efforts of the US 35th Santa Fe Division's attempts to capture the ancient city of Saint-Lô. Standing in their way are the battle-weary Germans of Kampfgruppe Kentner, 352.Infanterie-Division.

    This campaign game is compatible with MMP's ASL System and modifiable to be used with other miniature wargaming systems.



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    Drive for Saint-Lo

    Drive for Saint-Lo

    Drive for Saint-Lô is a tactical Mission pack (ASL Campaign Game) from Lone Canuck Publishing, with an additional 5 scenarios played on a historically based (24½"x 32" with 1" hexes) map of the Le Mare-Le Carillon Nose feature, located two-miles north of Saint-Lô, France.

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