This ASLSK scenario plays during the first day of the Battle of the Bulge. This specific action took place in Bleialf, a town located in the German Schnee-Eifel region. The 18th Volksgrenadier Division was one of the first German formations to infiltrate the American Defences. There is a very detailed account of the action of the 106th US Infantry Division in Bleialf at the C.R.I.B.A. site that I can very much recommend to read.
Another source gives a brief overview of the fighting in the 423rd Regiment’s sector:
Now lets see what happened in the ASLSK fight we had. The Germans are to make sure that there are no Good Order American MMC in or around the town square.
American resistance dwindels as the Germans advance across the town centre. At this stage the two US a/t guns are the last line of resistance. Reserves from 81st Engineer Battalion hurry to bolster the American defence.
The battle and this narrative ends with the Germans closing in on the last poocket of American resistance in Bleialf. The collaps of the American defence is inevitable, but in game terms an the victory is still undecided. With a German 9-1 Leader and 4 SQ against the American SQ the odds in the last melee are 12 : 6 – 1 DRM. It needs 2d6 ≤ 8 to fully kill the American SQ. Thus the chance of winning the game on the last die roll is 58% in favor of the Germans.