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    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Kraka – Milan ATGM (x2)

      The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop.  Specialist versions were built to carry Milan missiles

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Kraka transport with 3 troops (x2)

      The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      West German specialists (10)

      West German specialist infantry includes figures equiped with: Carl Gustav recoiless rifle, sharpshooter rifle, folding stock G3 and UZI machine pistols.  This pack can be combined with the regular infantry pack to create Falschrimjager or Gebirgsjager units

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      West German Engineers (10)

      West German Engineers busy clearing mines, creating obstacles and constructing, these mix in well with regular infantry.

       

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Jaguar 2 (RaketenJagdPanzer)

      The Raketenjagdpanzer was developed along with the gun armed KononeJagdPanzer. The Anti-tank missile allowed tanks to be attacked at greater ranges but early versions were slow firing and unable to engage close targets. This model represents the Jaguar 2 varient using the American TOW missile system from 1983 onwards.

       

      casement layout followed the very successful designs of WW2: the Stug, Jagdpanzer …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      JagdPanzer, Kanonen 90mm

      The Kanonenjagdpanzer was developed in the mid-1960s. The casement layout followed the very successful designs of WW2: the Stug, Jagdpanzer and Jagdpanther.  It was highly mobile with a low profile but the gun had limited traverse, excellent for ambush. With a crew of 4 it remained in service with reserve units until 1991 by which time the 90mm gun was …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Gepard SPAAG

      The Gepard AA tank entered service with West Germany in 1973 and was retired in 2010. The vehicle is based and a Leopard 1 hull with twin 35mm cannon and radar in a large powered turret. Also manufactured for the Netherlands and Belgium. It is designed to keep pace with armoured units and protect them from air attack.

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Kraka Command vehicle with radios

      The command Kraka was used for command and communications, fitted with generator and long range radio set, leaving 2 seats free for passengers.

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Kraka 20mm cannon (x2)

      The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Kraka mortar carrier (x2)

      The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Kraka TOW (x2)

      The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Kraka paratroop transport (x2)

      The Kara was adopted by the West German Airborne 1974-1990s. They we used to equip the command and support companies of each battalion. These lightweight vehicles could be folded in half for transport by helicopter or for parachute drop. They could carry up to 750kg in cargo or 2 stretcher patients. Specialist versions were built to carry TOW missiles, 20mm …

    • Britain, Cold War 1945-1991 , Israel 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 …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Bergepanzer 2A2 ARV

      The Bergepanzer 2A2  ARV is based on the Leopard 1. First introduced 1977 it is able to recovery vehicles with its powerful winch. A 16t crane is available to assist with repairs and recovery. The vehicle can also carry out basic earth moving tasks with its dozer blade

    • Israel 1948 - 1991 , New releases

      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)

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Fuchs TPz Pionierwagen

      Fuchs(Fox) wheeled engineer transport vehicle, designed to carry engineer teams and their  equipment in the combat zone to carry out construction or obstacle clearance.  First introduced in to the West German army in 1979, still in service

       

       

    • Israel 1948 - 1991 , New releases

      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 …

    • New releases , West Germany 1945-1991

      Marder Roland

      The Roland Anti-aircraft missile system was developed jointly by France and Germany Germany chose to mount the system on the FlaRakPz 1 or Marder. The Marder MICV chassis meant it was able to keep pace with panzer units. The vehicle carries 10 missiles in total with automatic reloading from the hull. Crew 3

    • Arab States 1948-1991 , Britain, 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.

    • 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 …

    • 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

       

    • West Germany 1945-1991

      Iltis, VW 183 (x2)

      The VW Iltis was introduced in 1975 to provide the Bundeswehr with an inexpensive 4×4 runabout.  It was manufactured Canada became interested in the design and bought the rights to manufacture it producing 2500 for the Canadian army and a similar number for the Belgian Army. Small numbers were used as ambulance, radio vehicle and transport for AT or artillery …

    • West Germany 1945-1991

      Sustained fire MG3 team (x3)

      The MG3 was derived from the very succesful MG42 of WW2 and has only recently been retired from service. This model shows a crew served weapon on tripod.

    • West Germany 1945-1991

      West German Command team Officer and Radioman (x5)

      Command team can be used as it is or mixed in with other figures to create other team such as FAO or HQ units