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    • NetherlandsNew releases

      Dutch command (5x officers 5x radio)

      Dutch command teams, can be used as is or mixed in with other figures

    • NetherlandsNew releases

      Dutch FN MAG MG team (x3)

      Dutch sustained fire MG teams with FN MAG

    • France, Cold War 1945-91Netherlands

      120mm RT Mortar (1x towed 1x firing)

      French 120mm RT heavy mortar, a rifled mortar capable of accurate fire out to 8km. In service with many nations including France, Netherlands, Belgium and the USA. The mortar is towed by locking a hitch into its barrel. (1x towed 1x firing with crew)

    • France, Cold War 1945-91Netherlands

      AMX 13-105 light tank

      Introduced in 1957 the AMX 13-105 light tank was sold to the Netherlands (1961-83)and Argentina. The CN-105mm gun gave the AMX significantly more punch and wider selection of Ammunition. Crew 3

    • NetherlandsNew releases

      M113 C&V

      A compact Command and Reconnaissance vehicle base on components from the M113 APC known as the M113 C&V in Dutch service. Initial Dutch models carried the 50 cal HB Browning on the commanders cupola and a side hatch for fast entry and exit. In 1974 the fleet was upgraded with a 25mm Oerlikon cannon turret. It was now able to …

    • Netherlands

      Dutch Infantry 1960-1980s (20)

      Dutch Cold War infantry in M1 pattern helmet and armed with the FN FAL rifle, these are depicted in light marching order. 20 figures including SMGs and Light AT weapons.

    • Netherlands

      YP408 Command

      Dutch YP-408 8×6 wheeled APC based on DAF running gear. 750 were produced in the 1960s and it remained in service until 1987. Crew 2+10. A number of variants were produced including: Command version with additional radios and map tables, Unarmed ambulance, and TOW missile armed AT version. Used by Nederlands, Portugal and Suriname

    • Netherlands

      YP408 Ambulance

      Dutch YP-408 8×6 wheeled APC based on DAF running gear. 750 were produced in the 1960s and it remained in service until 1987. Crew 2+10. A number of variants were produced including: Command version with additional radios and map tables, Unarmed ambulance, and TOW missile armed AT version. Used by Nederlands, Portugal and Suriname

    • NetherlandsNew releases

      YP408 TOW ATGM

      Dutch YP-408 8×6 wheeled APC based on DAF running gear. 750 were produced in the 1960s and it remained in service until 1987. Crew 2+10. A number of variants were produced including: Command version with additional radios and map tables, Unarmed ambulance, and TOW missile armed AT version. Used by Nederlands, Portugal and Suriname

    • Netherlands

      YP408 APC

      Dutch YP-408 8×6 wheeled APC based on DAF running gear. 750 were produced in the 1960s and it remained in service until 1987. Crew 2+10. A number of variants were produced including: Command version with additional radios and map tables, Unarmed ambulance, and TOW missile armed AT version. Used by Nederlands, Portugal and Suriname

    • Netherlands

      YPR-765 APC-cupola

      The YPR-765 was developed as a private venture based on the M113, FMC created a more economic competitor to the Bradley M2, the US government was not interested but from 1975 the Dutch government ordered over 2000 vehicles, it was also purchased by the Belgium (500+) and by the Philippines. As the fleets have been updated many have been exported …

    • Netherlands

      YPR-765 APC

      The YPR-765 was developed as a private venture based on the M113, FMC created a more economic competitor to the Bradley M2, the US government was not interested but from 1975 the Dutch government ordered over 2000 vehicles, it was also purchased by the Belgium (500+) and by the Philippines. This is the basic APC version armed with 50 cal. …

    • Netherlands

      YPR-765 PRAT

      YPR-765 base tank destroyer armed with the “hammerhead” TOW missile turret. Introduced to the Dutch army in 1982.

    • Netherlands

      YPR-765 AICV

      Developed as a private venture based on the M113, FMC created a more economic competitor to the Bradley M2, the US government was not interested but from 1975 the Dutch government ordered over 2000 vehicles, it was also purchased by the Belgium (500+) and by the Philippines. As the fleets have been updated many have been exported to other nations. …