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This is a model figure set of WWI British Infantry. The set can be used for interesting diorama scenes or as a stand-alone model set.
This is a 1/35 Scale German Field Commander Set Plastic Model Kit from Tamiya. For ages 10 years and up
Three officer figures in poses as if conducting a field meeting
One kneeling soldier figure using the wireless radio
One NCO figure checking his pistol
Accessories include: binoculars, Walther holster, Luger holster, Luger P-08, MP40 Machine pistol, MP40 Magazine pouch and a Map case
Includes paper maps
Painting and markings guide on the box
Enhance the realism of your masterpiece model or diorama with this WWII U.S. Infantry Scout Set.
New to this set:
Various series of the short-sleeve M41 jacket and leggings had been the staple of the American Army uniform around June 1944 when the Invasion of Normandy occurred, but from summer in that year onward, the new common uniform was developed for paratrooper, armored and mountain divisions, and the M43 field jacket and 2-buckle boot became common.
• 1/35 scale plastic figure model assembly kit.
• U.S. infantry scouts are accurately captured in uniform typical of the WWII period.
• These figures depict the commander looking ahead with M1 Carbine in hand, two soldiers with M1 Garand and BAR, one soldier with the Handie Talkie (Thompson submachine gun on the ground) and a rifleman down on one knee.
• Figures are in realistic pose and have lifelike facial expressions that add a further element of authenticity to any model or diorama of the period. (Use with M4A3E8 Sherman "Easy Eight", M10 and M18 Hellcat is recommended.)
• Accessories such as fire extinguisher, grenades and binoculars are realistically captured.
• Comes with five helmets (two out of the five have camouflage nets).
• Decals are included to depict rank insignia on sleeves.
This newly-designed and molded set of accurate WWI British infantry figures is the perfect complimentary figure set to go with Tamiya"s first WWI tank, the WWI British Tank Mk.IV Male. It"s the perfect figure set to create interesting WWI dioramas.
4 figures with weapons only.
Powerplants are crucial components for any motorized vehicle and combat vehicles are no exception. Along with fire power and crew protection, maneuverability directly effects survivability. During WWII, Germany"s Tiger I heavy tank initially used a Maybach V-12 cylinder, 21,400cc HL210 P45 gasoline engine. It had a maximum output of 650 horsepower and plenty of low RPM torque; however, propelling a 65 ton chassis through rough terrain was not easy, even for this well engineered unit. On the Russian front during summer months, the engine would overheat and sometimes caught fire, due to the heavy loads and work far exceeding its limits. In order to check the engine oil level and radiator coolant, the Tiger I had to stop every 45 minutes of running time during the summer. Maintenance of the engine was usually the driver"s responsibility, but once trouble occurred, the whole crew was compelled to fixing it. These problems and breakdowns were other "battles" for the crew. At a later date, the improved Maybach HL230 P30 engine, with 700 horsepower was used in late production versions of the Tiger I, the Panther, and the King Tiger. Daily maintenance and repair work were still indispensable, and to make maintenance more efficient, an engineer was dispatched from Maybach to the maintenance company of each Tiger heavy tank battalion, to assist in servicing the engines.
Most German Army divisions in WWII usually had their own field military police platoons. These units were tasked with directing traffic along routes of advance and resupply, manning checkpoints, handling prisoners as well as deserters, and maintaining law and order of captured territories. Soldiers in these field military police units were distinguished by insignia on the left sleeves of their uniforms as well as a special gorget on their chest, which led regular soldiers to derisively call them "chain dogs."
This is a Plastic 1:35 Scale Barricade Set from Tamiya.
Shipping cost will vary by dimensions or weight please call or email for shipping quotes.
For modelers 10 years of age and up.
FEATURES: Plastic pieces attached to sprues and molded in dark green.
Ready to assemble plastic model kit.
Pieces included for rolled barbed wire infantry obatacle, prepared barbed wire defence, and anti-tank obstacles.
Highly detailed logs.
SPECS: Scale: 1/35
This is a 1/35 scale plastic assembly model set of a Russian Army Assault Infantry unit which protected Mother Russia against the invading German forces during WWII. This set includes 12 figures in different poses such as a commander pointing and giving instructions, as well as soldiers shooting from up above and jumping off a tank. Uniforms depict those worn at the Kursk front from 1943 through to the end of the war. The PPsh-41 submachine gun also known as the "Mandolin" and the Degtyaryov light machine gun both feature a sharp finish.
TANK NOT INCLUDED, kit is of figures only.
This is a set of 1/35 plastic US WWII Infantry Soldiers from the West European theatre of war, manufactured by Tamiya. Recommended for ages 10 and over.
Highly detailed parts are molded in dark green and attached to sprue trees.
8 total soldiers, all in various poses of movement, some in battle, some merely walking.
Box includes painting schemes and photos of finished soldiers.
Soldiers all have helmets and are represented by drab military uniforms that are fairly loose fitting.
Pieces include unassembled body parts, helmets, backpacks, armament, and canteens.
Box contains nearly all Japanese writing, along with some English and very helpful illustrations.
One 1:35 Set of US Infantry Soldiers from the West European Theater of World War II