ASLComp JUNO BEACH: Remember Dieppe! covers the Canadian attack on Juno Beach on D-Day
6th June 1944. The beach spanned from Courseulles, a village just
east of the British beach Gold, to Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, just west
of the British beach known as "Sword".
Vaux, 6 June 1944:
The right flank of the Canadian attack was to be secured by the
Canadian Scottish, C Company was to land with the assault waves.
Most of the Company was to cross the beach and secure Vaux chateau
and the associated hamlet inland. Meanwhile one platoon was to
set off along the beach and eliminate a gun casement that dominated
the landing area. Minimal opposition was expected so the Scots
were not given any armoured support. As the Landing ships approached
the Normandy coast a piper played "Will Ye No Come Back Again"
THIS IS A LARGE MODULE and includes ALL
the combat counters you need to play the scenarios included plus
a BONUS CG (that requires additional copies of the counter sheets/owner
ship of Gold or Sword Beach). What's more, the counter collection
included provides the Canaidans in KHAKI and the Germans in FELDGRAU
and new poses have been created just for this product, never used
before! You get 5 sheets of 8½" × 11" color,
die cut counters, 20 maps, color, 3-hole Special Rules that expand
on the OMAHA presenation (and are stand alone; there is no need
to own OMAHA), 8 scenarios, landing play aids, color folio and
NOTE: You read that right, 20 maps!
NOTE: THIS IS A VERY LIMITED PRINT RUN and as long as you see the page you can purchase
your copy in advance. Allow about 6-8
weeks for delivery or until module completion.