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This is the latest edition of the ATS rulebook (3.08 version) and play aids, provided in TOKTONG PASS. The set includes play aids 1/2, 3/4, 6/7a, 7b/8, and Ammunition/Penetration Play Aids #5 for German/Russian/American/British+French combatants.x0Ax0AThe s$93.95$93.95
From The Publisher:x0Dx0AA new ATS Warfighting Guide is ready to go and consists of a a unique layout … textual, consisting of almost 10 years of compiled Q & A from various sources. It is a read meant for cover-to-cover action and is thus presented in this printed format with color cover.The Guide presentsthe material by section, and is meant to be umbed through and this is presented as text, like the Great American Novel … only all true. Most answers are from the one and only TS Guy Dorman [EXC: Where RT is noted.] Compiled and collected by Scott Eagles. Many thanks to Drew and Scott and the entire ATS community for their interest in creating these questions. Where an answer was the catalyst for a change or clarification in the new ATS 4.0 rulebook, it will be noted in the answer.$34.95
OMAHA WEST begins the final chapter of our ATS TT exploration into the famous battle that will conclude with the release of OMAHA EAST. Ownership of OMAHA WEST will be required to play OMAHA EAST and the entire package has been upgraded and updated with new counters. ATS TT OMAHA EAST will use the TT format and ownership of this product will be required to play that upcoming title. OMAHA WEST for ATS TT includes all the combat counters and large markers you need to play plus an additional batch of small markers, just bring your ATS rulebook and play aids and the standard small marker counter sheet and you are ready to begin a whole new generation of Normandy gaming!$91.95$91.95
From The Publisher:x0Dx0ASnakeshead Ridge, Near CASSINO, ITALY, 18 February 1944: Two attempts by the 4th Indian Division to take Point 593 had failed. Capture of the point was critical to support the attack directed against the Monastery. During the dark hours of the morning of the 18th the 4/6th Rajputana Rifles, 1st Royal Sussex, and a Co. of the 1/9th Gurkha jumped off in yet another attempt to capture Point 593 and Point 569.$69.95$69.95
From The Publisher:x0Dx0ASnakeshead Ridge, Near CASSINO, ITALY, 18 February 1944: Two attempts by the 4th Indian Division to take Point 593 had failed. Capture of the point was critical to support the attack directed against the Monastery. During the dark hours of the morning of the 18th the 4/6th Rajputana Rifles, 1st Royal Sussex, and a Co. of the 1/9th Gurkha jumped off in yet another attempt to capture Point 593 and Point 569.$79.95
LA FIERE, NORMANDY, 6 June 1944: Following their successful drop, intact and in almost perfect order, Able Company of the 505th P.I.R. moved speedily to their D-Day objective: the Merderet bridge at La Fiere. The large manor house adjacent to the river bridge had been occupied earlier that night by a detachment of the 1057th Grenadier Regiment of the 91st Division: 28 men in all. First to draw fire from the vicinity of the manoir was Lieutenant Presnell of 1st Platoon. His team was followed soon after by the remainder of Able Company, and later by a succession of groups including elements of all the scattered parachute regiments of the 82nd Airborne Division. Each in turn advanced to contact and made their uncoordinated moves against the manoir, quite unaware of the presence of numerous friendly forces. The German resistance was finally worn down, the outpost soon surrendering to a band of 82nd paratroopers who promptly moved on to Cauquigny. As fire slackened about the manoir, Able Co$59.95$59.95
From The Publisher:x0Dx0AC’mon! You didn’t think CH would forget owners of WITCH’S CAULDRON with the nice new maps created for BRAVE BUT DOOMED? You can bet you bottom Pegasus on the fact that you’re going to love the new maps. And want them. We want you$23.95