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1/72 Scale. Set of 5 figures in 4 poses, No glue required.
During World War II Soviet medics returned more than 72% of the wounded to active duty. Using that figure, that showed that comes to 17 million. This was possible because of the dedicated work of the nurses and other medical personnel. Includes 4 figures in 4 poses.
These were the support for the Samurai shooters, bringing up the reserve ammo supply from the rear areas of the battle site. Kit represents 4 figures in different poses and one horse.
Miniatures are supplied unpainted and assembly may be required.
Zvezda - British Tank Anti-Tank Gun Ordnance QF 2 Por With Crew - Scale 1:72 6169.
This box contains an unassembled plastic model kit. Paint needed to finish model as shown are not included. Instruction sheet with drawings included.
This kit features: - Set of 1 mortar and 4 figures in 4 different poses - No glue required
1/72 Scale. Contains 8 figures with equipment
1/72 Scale. Contains 8 figures with equipment
1/72 Scale. Contains 1 Gun, 2 figures and base
Development of what would become the M26 Pershing began in 1942. It was to be a replacement for the M4 Sherman, which was the standard U.S. Army tank at the time, and features such as a lower profile hull and cast turret were incorporated during the development process of the various prototypes. This eventually culminated in the T26E1 prototype armed with the 90mm M3 gun, and from that stemmed the production version which was called the T26E3. The first T26E3s were sent to Europe in January 1944, and as they were deployed to the battlefield, they were re-designated M26. Although over 300 reached the theater before the end of the war, only 20 actually saw combat. In these limited actions, the M26s proved capable of defeating the German Panther and Tiger tanks they were designed to counter. Although the standard M26 Pershing's 90mm M3 gun was powerful, it was not on par with the German King Tiger heavy tank's gun. Thus the T15E1 90mm gun, which was larger in caliber and fired a one-piece shell at a higher muzzle velocity, was developed. This gun was fitted onto a modified T26E1 prototype, and featured cylindrical stabilizers mounted on the turret to cope with the longer length of the gun barrel. This was the first "Super Pershing" and it was sent to Europe as well, where it was involved in just a handful of engagements against German tanks. The second "Super Pershing" was created by modifying a T26E3. This was designated T26E4 and was armed with a T15E2 90mm gun that fired a two-piece ammunition and a redesigned gun mount to eliminate the need for the stabilizers. This pre-production T26E4 "Super Pershing" was not sent to Europe. The modifications that were tested on this pre-production T26E4 were incorporated into the actual production-spec T26E4s, of which 25 were built before production was canceled. Scale : 1/35 Construction type : Assembly kit Photo-etch parts : Not included Decals : Included Special feature 1 : Turret with the imposing long barrelled 90mm gun has been faithfully reproduced in rich detail. Special feature 2 : New features of the model include a counterweight placed at the rear of the turret and an extended travel lock. Special feature 3 : Crew hatches can be assembled in either open or closed positions. Special feature 4 : Hull and turret feature a realistic cast iron texture. Special feature 5 : The T26E4's suspension is realistically reproduced and is also movable.
This is a Tamiya 1:35 U.S. Modern Infantry - Iraq War Plastic Model Figure Kit. This model figure kit features eight soldiers depicted from the U.S. Infantry as deployed in the Iraq War.
The design for the venerable M60 tank series dates back to the mid 1950's, and had been a mainstay in the U.S. armed forces since then. In order to survive the increasing demands of battlefield operations, it has undergone numerous upgrades and improvement throughout the past 30 years. First produced in the Warren Army tank plant, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. in October 1963, the type M60A1 variant has been acknowledged one of the masterpieces in U.S. armor history. Major improvements found in the A1 version was the M68 105mm main gun, which was mounted in a sleek wedge-shaped monobloc-cast turret. The U.S. Marines, who currently operate he M60A1 tank, have opted not to upgrade it to the A3 version because of plans to employ the M1A1 Abrams main battle tank. However, they did install the state-of-the-art reactive armor array on their M60's for improved survivability against shaped-charge missiles and shells, calling the tank an M60A1 (plus). The externally mounted reactive armor (ERA) used on the M60A1 tanks is a bolt-on kit, that is spaced away from the main armor, adding additional dead air space for increased protection. Combined with the RISE (Reliability Improved Selected Equipment) program, including the improved stabilized gun, passive searchlight, a new air cleaner, etc., the M60A1 is highly capable of remaining in the front line operation as proved during the latest Persian Gulf Conflict.
The M5A1 light tank which was developed from the M3 Stuart light tank was put into production from January 1943. It was powered by twin four-stroke V8 300hp Cadillac gasoline engines which enabled a top speed of 58km/h. It came armed with a 37mm main gun and two 7.92mm machine guns and featured additional armor plating on the turret's right side to protect the anti-aircraft machine gun. Approximately 6,800 units were produced and were mainly used in reconnaissance roles at the Italian and North West European Fronts. Scale : 1/35 Construction type : Assembly kit Photo-etch parts : Not included Decals : Included Special feature 1 : Re-release of item 35097 1/35 scale U.S. Light Tank M5A1. Special feature 2 : Features of the tank including the turret and the hull's welded and bolted parts are accurately reproduced for a sharp finish. Special feature 3 : Hedgerow cutters which were attached to the tank's front seen at the Normandy invasion are included. Special feature 4 : Kit includes one figure using the anti-aircraft gun and a three-man mortar team. (Total 4pcs.)