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    • CanadaIsrael 1948 - 1991

      TOW ATGM teams (x3)

      BMG-71 TOW Anti-tank missile, This missile was introduced in 1970 and continues in service with many nations around the world. It has been updated numerous times to maintain it lethality.   Most vehicles carrying TOW allow the system to be demounted for better concealment (x3)

    • AccessoriesBritain WW2

      US Browning 30 cal. MG (3x strip of 4)

      3 strips of 4 Browning .30 cal MG to add extra detail to models. 1mm peg on base. (Requires model to be drilled, some modelling skill required)

    • United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M35 6×6 Truck

      The M35 was a successor to the WW2 Duce and Half. It has served as the US forces medium truck from 1950 and can be found in service in the present day. Used as troop transport, cargo and artillery tractor with many NATO countries

    • 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)

    • United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M60 A2 “Starship”

      The M60-A2 was an attempt to combine a gun and ATGM launcher to increase the range and accuracy of the main weapon. The system proved slow and unreliable. 540 built from 1973 and eventually withdrawn from service in 1981. The nic-name Starship is believed to have come from the amount of switches and lights inside.

    • United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M551 Sheridan tank

      The M551 Sheridan Air Assault Vehicle, a controversial aluminium bodied light tank with the unpopular 152mm gun/missile launcher. This model has the ACAV “cup” commanders MG turret, developed to provide more protection from small arms fire. In service 1967-1996

       

    • United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M125 81mm Mortar carrier

      Based on the M113 Fully tracked APC, the M125 was armed with the 81mm mortar and carried the tripod on the roof to allow the mortar to be demounted

       

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991Israel 1948 - 1991

      M548 Tracked support vehicle

      The M548 is based on hull of the M113 with an open cargo deck. Designed to follow armoured units into tough terrain. These have been used as amo, fuel and general transport. Some saw used as Gun-buses in Vietnam with the Maxon quad 50 cal on the back. In service since the 1960s it has seen service with many nations …

    • Israel 1948 - 1991United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M88/A1 Armoured recovery vehicle

      The M88 medium recovery vehicle entered service in 1961.  Fitted 21t with capacity crane and 40t winch the M88 can carry out a variety of tasks including recovery, repair and basic combat engineering.  These have served with the US and many other nations including West Germany and Israel.. (Multi part kit requiring some modelmaking skill)

    • United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M2 Bradley IFV

      The M2 Bradley introduced in 1982, a Mechanised Combat Vehicle able to transport infantry under armour and support them in action. Equipped with 25mm chain gun and TOW missile system. This represents the early versions with spaced armour and crew gun ports. Crew 3+6. *The early  M3 Cavalry version was almost indistinguishable (the vision blocks above the firing ports where …

    • United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M1A1 Abrams (120mm)

      This development of the M1 replaced the 105mm gun with the German designed 120mm L44 smoothbore gun. This version entered service in 1986 with its distinctive longer turret.

      It had improved armour, gunnery, NBC protection and ammunition storage. These served with distinction in the 1st Gulf war.

    • Israel 1948 - 1991United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      MIM 72 Chaparral SAM

      The MIM 72 Chaparral SAM system was based on the M548 transporter. These entered survice in the 1969. The missile was developed from the succesful Sidewider air to air missile. These worked in teams with the M163 VADS cannon sytem to cover short and medium  ranges. Used by West Germany and Israel, the system was withdrawn from US service in …

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

      M109 A2 Self Propelled Gun

      The M109A2 was developed to address the limited range of the earlier M109; it also featured an improved turret with extra ammunition storage. Introduced into the US army in 1979, and exported to many NATO members such as the UK and West Germany.

    • Israel 1948 - 1991United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M109 Self Propelled Gun

      The M109 was introduced into the US army in 1963 giving the 155mm Howitzer protection and mobility. It was exported to 21 countries seeing combat in the Vietnam and Arab-Israeli conflicts. (the photograph depicts a model in Israeli service with extra items from the AC3 stowage pack)

       

    • 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)

       

    • United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      M113 Saladin support

      This support version of the M113 was developed by Australia using the Saladin Armoured car turret, giving the humble M113 a 76mm gun to support recon units. These saw use in the Vietnam war. Nic-named “the beast”

       

       

       

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

      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.

       

       

    • 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 - 1991United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

       

    • Israel 1948 - 1991United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      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.

    • 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 …

    • United States, Cold War 1945-1991

      Command team, Officer & radioman x5

      Command team, Officer in garison cap and radioman with back pack radio. (x5)