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One 11" x 17" map | One rules book | One Player Aid Card | 70 double sided unit counters

Shipping not included

Mounted counters are available for an additional $5

Game Credits:
Game Design: Paul Rohrbaugh
Graphics: Bruce Yearian
Editing: Lisa Rohrbaugh
Brian Brennan, Dave Deitch, and Burkhard Hannig.

The Battle of Ap Bac
January 2, 1963

What Went Wrong, The Battle of Ap Bac, a two player game, simulates the first large-scale fight waged between the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) and the National Liberation Front (NLF).

On January 2nd, 1963 the 7th ARVN infantry division dispatched elements of its 11th Regiment to support two Civil Guard battalions to take out a radio transmitter the NLF were operating in the hamlet of Ap Bac. This time, however, the Viet Cong chose to stand and fight. As the day wore on and the fighting escalated the ARVN were compelled to send in armor and airborne forces, as well as committing air support in a fight that decidedly went against them. It was the first stand-up fight for both sides’ forces.

This game was chosen as a print n' play release for Gold Level Donors to the 2014 Consimworld Donation Drive and is now available for purchase. The game offers a short duration of play, small table 'footprint' as well as low counter density but filled with action and decisions for both players.

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