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Circle Orboros Razorwing Griffon
Actions that stir the blood and conjure images of highly trained US paratroopers punching holes in the German lines in Normandy and later holding off overwhelming opposition in the Ardennes.
These American airborne models are suitable to represent the 101st…
The guns were officially introduced under the TO&E from December 1944. According to the TO&E, a division was issued a total of 50 pieces: 8 in divisional artillery, 24 in AA battalion, and 18 in glider infantry regiment; parachute infantry regiments did…
American 60mm mortar and three airborne crew.
Designed to be equipped for use in all theatres of the war in which American soldiers fought and at anytime during America's involvement in the conflict, these great multi-pose plastics allow you loads of options - you can even use them as Free French or Br…
Rangers Lead The Way! contains:
Enough plastic and metal components to make 25 US Rangers miniatures, including a host of different weapon and command model options.
Metal parts, including Bangalore torpedoes, M2 flame-thrower, pick/mattocks, axes…
Few units in the history of warfare have earned so many plaudits and decorations in so short a time as did the US Army 442nd Regimental Combat Team in the Second World War. Keen to show their loyalty to the USA, many Nisei (Americans born to Japanese parents), sig…
Taking the fight to the Axis forces in Italy, the US troops of the 92nd (Coloured) Infantry Division had to overcome not only the enemy but also the prejudice their skin colour brought. Nicknamed Buffalo Soldiers in memory of their ancestors fighting in the Americ…
The M8 Armoured Car saw extensive service with the American army in Europe and the Far East. It also saw service with both British (who nicknamed it 'Greyhound' due to it's high speed) and Canadian armies - especially in the Italian theatre.
Based on the proven and numerous M4 Sherman chassis, the M10 was fielded in large numbers during WWII and although it would be replaced by other tank destroyers based on it's design the M10 continued to serve to the war's end with distinction, serving with US, Bri…
Pack contains 1 resin & metal vehicle
US MP on Harley Davidson
The M1 60mm mortar was the largest weapon in the arsenal of the U.S. WWII infantry battalion and saw extensive service during WWII and on into the Korean War.
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