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Fow-OFBX05M4A3 Sherman Tanks8.19Box mit zwei Kunststoffbausätzen im 15mm Maßstab. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-OFBX06M3 Halftracks8.19Box mit zwei Kunststoffbausätzen im 15mm Maßstab. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx07US Field Artillery Battery (M2A1 105mm guns)36.544x 105mm guns & crew, 4x resin gun bases, 1x resin Jeep & crew, Artilery HQ: Observer, Command & Staff Teams (9 miniatures plus desk) BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx08xxLCVP Boat Section Limited Edition29.61with three Landing Craft with crew, three Mounted 24-man Boat Sections & six Small bases. The Dieppe raid in 1942 taught the Allies many lessons on invading beaches while under fire. Later, after the successes in North Africa, Sicily and Italy the Allies felt they were ready to take on Fortress Europa. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx10M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer Platoon 22.68includes four M18 Hellcat GMCs, Tank Commanders, two Tank Destroyer Stowage sprues, one Decal sheet & eight Rare-earth magnets. The M18 was the final result of a rather long-winded development process for a fast lightweight Tank Destroyer. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx12Armored Artillery Battery26.46three individually sculpted M7 Priest HMC with crew, one Observer M4 Sherman OP tank, one Command Carbine team, one Staff team, two Rare earth magnets, four plastic Sherman component sprues, one Decal sheet, one Medium four-hole base & one Small three-hole base. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx18US Parachute Rifle Company 32.76Die Box enthält: 4 x Command teams, 5 x Bazooka teams, 2 x 60mm mortar teams and 18 x Rifle/MG teams. If you’ve gotta’ go to war you may as well make sure your buddies are the best, even if it means being prepared to jump out of planes to get at the enemy. With the best equipment and a never-say-die attitude, these guys are ready to take on all comers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx21M5A1 Stuart Platoon26.46This Box contains 5 individually sculpted M5A1 Stuart light tanks. In Flames Of War Once the enemy line has been broken the Stuart light tank use their speed to race forward to exploit the break though and wreak havoc behind enemy lines. Their speed also allows them to out manoeuvre slower tanks and take advance of their weaker side armour. Front 4; Side 2; Top 1 ROF 2; Anti-tank 7; Firepower 4+ BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx23Fire Direction Center (FDC), divisional Artillery HQ10.71Box mit einem Artillerie HQ Gebäude. The Fire Support Net is a communications net that gives any unit with the proper training, artillery registration, and radio sets the ability to link with an FDC team. The following US platoons may link to the FDC team: - Field Artillery Battery. - Parachute Field Artillery Battery. - Cannon Platoon. - Armored Field Artillery Battery. - Tank Destroyer Artillery Platoon. - Towed Tank Destroyer Artillery Platoon. - Chemical Mortar Platoon. - Heavy Anti-aircraft Artillery Platoon, and - Assault Gun Platoon. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx24DUKW (x2)13.86Box mit zwei Modellen. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx25M4A3E2 Jumbo Tanks22.68Four M4A3E2 Jumbo tanks, one Tank Commander sprue, two Tank Stowage sprues, one Decal sheet & eight Rare-earth magnets. Fears of having to breakthrough the German Siegfried Line led to the development of the M4A3E2 assault tank. The late M4A3 chassis was used with extra armour added all around. Its sheer bulk led to the nickname: Jumbo. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx30M36 Tank Destroyer Platoon22.68Four Resin M36 Tank Destroyers with crew and plastic parts sprue, two Tank Stowage sprues, one Decal sheet & eight Rare-earth magnets. As German tanks became harder to deal with, the tank destroyer arm decided to up-gun their M10s with the M3 90mm anti-aircraft gun. A larger turret was designed to hold the new weapon and a power motor installed to rotate it. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx31M10 Tank Destroyer Platoon (contains 4 tanks)22.68four M10 Tank Destroyers (with optional Duckbills & Top Armour upgrades) with crew and plastic parts sprue, two Tank Stowage sprues, one Decal sheet & eight Rare-earth magnets. The M10 3” GMC (gun motor carriage) tank destroyer was developed to handle medium and heavy German tanks. It was the first destroyer to incorporate a turret, which housed the 3” anti-tank gun, the best in the US arsenal at the time. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx32Lt. Col. Creighton Abrams16.38includes one M4A3 (76mm) "Thunderbolt VI", one M4A3E8 "Thunderbolt VII", two Lt. Col. Creighton Abrams tank commander figures, one plastic Sherman sprue & decal sheet. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx33M24 Chaffee Platoon26.46Five M24 Chaffee Light Tanks & one Tank Commander sprue. The M24 Chaffee was developed to overcome the inadequacies of the M5A1 Stuart Light tank. These shortcomings included the poor performance of the M5A1 37mm gun. Troops had been complaining about the performance of the 37mm gun as early as 1942 during the campaign in North Africa. By 1944, the US Army was fighting in Western Europe and was facing the cream of the German Panzer Divisions. What was required was a tank with a high degree of mobility and a gun powerful enough to go toe-to-toe with opposing armour. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx34xxCalliope Tank Platoon13.86two T34 Calliope tanks, two Plastic Sherman sprues, two Tank Commander figures, one Full Salvo token & four Rare-earth magnets. The 30th and 90th Infantry Divisions’ 743rd and 712th Tank Battalions were among the first to receive T34 Calliope rocket launcher kits. These launchers were named after the Calliope (pronounced Kal-lee-ohp by some and Kal-lieoh-pee by others) steam-powered organ played at carnivals and circuses. The launcher’s frame couldn’t stand up to the main gun’s recoil, so the crews became dedicated rocketeers, forgoing their main gun completely. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx35Rifle Company (Winter)28.35one Company Command Carbine team, one 2iC Command Carbine team, two Command Rifle teams, eight Bazooka teams, eighteen Rifle teams, twelve Small bases & eighteen Medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx37Engineer Support Platoon22.68one Bulldozer, one Supply Truck, three Dump Trucks, eight Seated Passengers, two Booby Trap tokens, and one packet of GF9 Super Fine Basing Grit. When the Germans attacked, the men of the 1111th Engineer Group were the backstop of the American lines. Once through the 106th and 99th Infantry Divisions, the Germans ran head-long into the many engineer roadblocks. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx39T27 Xylophone Rocket Launcher Battery13.86Two one-piece resin T27 Xylophone Rocket Launchers with Loading Crews, Command Carbine team, Observer Carbine team, one Small three-hole base & one Small two-hole base. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx40M1A1 Long Tom Field Artillery Battery11.97Two M1A1 'Long Tom' 155mm howitzers with crew, one Command Carbine team, one Staff team, one Observer Carbine team, two Large bases, one Medium four-hole base, one Small three-hole base & one Small two-hole base. More often than you’d think, the brave artillerymen find themselves under fire from German tanks and infantry as they engage in a brutal point-blank fight. So dedicated are the artillerymen that they will see off the Germans or die beside their guns. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx41Armored Rifle Platoon29.61includes five plastic M3 Half-tracks sprues, five plastic Crew sprues, two plastic Infantry sprues, one Decal sheet, one Small three-hole base, five Small two-hole bases & eight Medium four-hole bases. Dismounting from their M3 half-track, the armoured infantry lay down a withering fire with their machine guns, mortar, semi-automatic Garand rifles, and bazookas. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx42US Rifle Company (Plastic)26.46Box mit einer Rifle Company und viele Extrateilen aus Kunststoff. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx43M26 Pershing Platoon16.38includes three Plastic M26 Pershing Heavy Tank sprues (with T26E4 Super Pershing option), one Plastic American Tank Commander sprue & one American Tank decal sheet. The winter battles of late 1944 and early 1945 finally demonstrated to the US Army’s high command that the M4 Sherman, though providing excellent service in previous years, was wholly inadequate to confront German heavy armour and anti-tank guns. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx44M4A3 (late) Platoon22.05includes five plastic M4A3 (late) sprues (with 75mm turret / gun options; 76mm turret / gun options; 105mm gun option; & Uparmoured option) one plastic Tank Commander sprue & one US Tank decal sheet. The M4A3 was developed as a replacement model for the M4 and M4A1. There are two major features that you can use to identify an M4A3 Sherman tank. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-ubx49Tank Destroyer Platoon17.64includes four plastic M10/M36 Tank Destroyers sprues, four plastic crew sprues & Decal sheet. The M10 3” GMC (gun motor carriage) tank destroyer was developed to handle medium and heavy German tanks. It was the first destroyer to incorporate a turret, which housed the 3” anti-tank gun, the best in the US arsenal at the time. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us941Late War US decals5.99The updated US941 decal pack comes with a total of four sheets. The first sheet is full colour and includes a range of symbols including ones for US Armor, Tank Destroyers, vehicle weights, US Flags, as well as a few other useful items. The second sheet has vehicle registration number for the sides of your vehicles and names. The names were either placed on the side of vehicles or on the hull front. The third sheet has even more names and numbers whilst the fourth sheet comes with small and large plain white stars and small and large circled Allied stars. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us950Pipercub Observation Plane9.13Air Observation Posts – Flying low over the front line, an American L4 “Grasshopper” liaison aircraft operates as an air observation post (AOP). These planes stay over the battlefield and spot for their artillery as well as searching for enemy ambushes. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-USAB06Gators Amtracks50.407 LVT(A) – can be made into the 75mm or 37mm models The LVT(A)1 37mm and LVT(A)4 75mm gave the Marines the ability to land tanks capable of knocking out Japanese defenses at the same time as the infantry landings were taking place. The first use of the LVT in landing marines at Tarawa revealed a number of deficiencies and so a number of variants were produced to provide more armor protection and better firepower. The 37mm and 75mm armed versions were know as ‘Amtanks’ and were particularly successful at destroying enemy positions as they came ashore. BattlefrontFlames of War