Fionn attempted to retake Los Angeles, but really did not have the troops to do it and I held onto the city. He has more forces out of frame at the bottom right, but they were not in a position to force the situation to any degree.
Aidan captures New Oreleans as some partisans had shown themselves after the city was abandoned by Liam the previous turn. But, at this point, Aidan's forces were quite weakened, especially after losing so many at Houston. Still, he had done very well in spite of the early setback.
After thinking on this game, I feel the basic structure of the rules would work well as a campaign setting. One could easily transfer the action to a European or African setting, using a custom map, of course.
This game is long out of print and probably will never be printed again, as the PC police (the busybody persons with long noses) would frown on the "stereotyping" of the "enemy" forces involved. Lucky for me, I have two copies of the game, including two maps, full sets of units, and the reinforcement cards and player aid cards.