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    • New releases , United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      US useful specialist (2 snipers, dog team, spotter, laser designator, 60mm mortar & SAM)

      Useful specialists: Dog guard or search team, Observer with laser rangefinder/designator, 2 snipers, spotter with binos and 60mm mortar used by light infantry units such as Airborne or Rangers instead of the 81mm. Redeye or Stinger SAM gunner (not in photo)

       

    • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      Soviet Engineers (10)

      Soviet Engineers busy clearing mines and creating obstacles, these should mix in well with regular infantry.

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      British Engineers (10)

      British Engineers busy clearing mines and creating obstacles, these should mix in well with regular infantry.

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Stalwart Mk2 amphibious truck (Waterline version)

      A waterline version of the Stalwart was developed to provide British armoured units with an amphibious all-terrain supply vehicle.  As part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles it proved very popular with Britsh forces but saw limited export success. (example shown with AC1, Box loads, available seperately)

       

       

       

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

      Jordanian sustained fire MG teams (3)

      Jordanian infantry team with tripod mounted FN FAL machine guns

       

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

      Jordanian Infantry

      Jordanian infantry in their distinctive head-dress; Equiped with mixed weapons M14, M60 and Super Bazooka c. 1970s (20 figs)

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

      Arab Commandos

      Arab Commandos based on the troops that assaulted the Suez Canal in 1973. They wear a smock to carry all the rations and ammo they will need for the first few hours of battle. Regular Arab support can be used for heavy weapons teams

      Commando battalions were also used as airmobile units dropped behind enemy lines. (20 figs)

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , New releases

      M902 ITV (Improved TOW)

      The M988 ITV (Improved TOW Vehicle) replaced the earlier TOW armed M113s with an enclosed turret that can “pop-up” to look over terrain and fire missiles while the carrier remains hidden. Entered service in the mid 80s and served through the 1st Gulf war.

       

       

    • New releases , United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M981 FISTv

      The M902 FISTv (FIreteam SupporT vehicle) based on the M113 had a vision system built into an articulated mast, that could be raised to search for artillery targets from behind cover.

      The vehicle contained sophisticated navigation and communication systems linked to HQ.

      It was intentionally similar to the M988 ITV missle carrier to help disguise its purpose

       

    • Israel 1948 - 1991 , New releases

      M113A2/3

      The A2 variant was developed in 1979 from experience in the Vietnam and Arab Israeli wars; The fuel storage was moved from inside the passenger compartment to armoured tanks either side of the rear ramp. The engine and suspension were upgarded. The A3 variant included improved controls, engine and protective spall liner.

    • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      Meteorit UR-77

      The Meteorit mine clearer based on the chassis of the 2S1 artillery tank. The vehcle’s rocket launcher deploys an explosive filled hose accross a mine field to create a safe path. The launcher is similar in shape to the standard artillery turret to help disguise the vehicles purpose. Enterd service in 1977.

       

    • New releases , United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      Humvee M988 troop and cargo carrier

      The HMMVW or Humvee came into service in 1984. The Humvee gradualy replaced the Ford MUT and military light trucks as troop, weapons and cargo carrier.  Over 190, 000 have been built and sold around the world.  The first M988 versions had load capacity of 1100kg and had no armour it was fitted with a fabric roof and doors.

    • New releases , United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      Humvee M966 TOW

      The HMMVW or Humvee came into service in 1984. The Humvee gradualy replaced the Ford MUT and military light trucks as troop, weapons and cargo carrier.  Over 190, 000 have been built and sold around the world.  The M966 TOW carrier version had basic light composite armour giving some protection against spinters.

       

    • New releases , Soviet Eastern Block 1945-1991

      T80 bv

      The T80 was the first gas turbine power tank in the world to enter service in 1976, designed for Elete Soviet units as a breakhthrough tank. This model represents the BV version with the first use of ERA “Kontact” armour in 1979. It included many advanced features such as 125mm smoothbore gun and auto-loading system and thermal sights. (Can be …

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , New releases

      Stalwart Mk2 amphibious truck

      The Stalwart was developed to provide British armoured units with an amphibious all-terrain supply vehicle.  As part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles it proved very popular with Britsh forces but saw limited export success. (example shown with AC1, Box loads, available seperately)

       

       

       

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Saracen APC

      The Saracen was part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles.  Used by Britain, the Saracen saw action in the Malasian chrisis and became an export succes because of it was significantly cheaper to run than tracked APCs but offered full armour and an MG turret.

      It saw action as part of Jordanian forces in the Arab Israeli conflicts and …

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Britain, Cold War 1945-1991

      Saladin Armoured Car

      The Saladin is part of the Alivis 600 series of 6×6 vehicles.  Used by Britain, the Saladin became an export succes because of it was significantly cheaper than a tank but offered full armour and a useful 76mm gun. Users included West Germany, Austrailia, Jordan, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and UEA. It also sold well in Afica, Aisia and South America. …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Leopard 1A 1A

      It was soon realised the Leopard 1 needed to increase it’s survivability so a Blom & Voss developed applique armour for the turret as well as improved night vision and radios creating the 1A1A to A1A4 versions. These served from 1974 in the 80s it began to be transfered to support and reserve units and finaly withdrawn from German service …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Leopard 2 A1-4

      The Leopoard 2 introduced into the Bundeswehr in 1979 and successufully exported to 17 countries both in and outside NATO.

      The powerful 120mm smooth bore L44 gun and slab sided laminated armour distinguish the Leopard 2 from the earlier Leoard 1 although both served side by side for many years.

      *This model comes with the option of crew out or hatches closed

       

    • New releases , Accessories

      Stowage pack, mixed (x6)

      A selection of  jerry cans, Camoflage nets, tarpalins and infantry packs to enhance and customise our range of vehicles. Create the chaotic look of real world vehicles or use these to differentiate between units.(x6)

    • Accessories , New releases

      POL (Petrol, Oil & Lubricants) loads, mixed (x6)

      A selection of drums and jerry cans, these are modelled to fit into our lorries or be used for dioramas (x6)

    • Accessories , New releases

      Box loads, mixed (x6)

      A selection of Mixed crates and boxes some on pallets, these are modelled to fit into our lorries or be used for dioramas (x6)

    • Israel 1948 - 1991 , New releases

      M151 MUTT & TOW Missile (x2)

      The M151 Ford MUTT was used as a weapons carrier for the TOW missile introduced in 1971. This system saw service in the Vietnem and the last days of the Yom Kippur war.

    • New releases , United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M151 MUTT jeep (x2)

      The M151 Ford MUTT replaced the M38 jeep in US service from 1959 through to the late 1990s until completely replaced by the HMVEE. The MUTT used a monocoque body and modern suspension giving better ride and higher cross country speed, which led to many accidents in it’s early service. It has been put to many uses as a communications …