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Fow-us503M1 57mm gun (Winter)14.85two M1 57mm guns (with Airborne M1 57mm gun) with crew, one Command Carbine team, one Small three-hole base & two Medium bases. The 57mm anti-tank gun has served your GIs well in the past year. While not the most potent weapon in your arsenal, it has become increasingly useful with its new high explosive ammunition, allowing it to knock out enemy nests and infantry positions. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us543Watercooled .50cal AA8.55Two Water-cooled .50cal AA machine-gun with crew & Command team The M2 .50 cal machine-gun was utilised in various roles during the Second World War. It was mounted on tanks, in fighter aircraft, used for self-defence by bombers and as an Anti-aircraft weapon by troops on the ground. Fixed to a M2A1 mount and fitted with the 200-round “Tombstone” ammunition chest the water-cooled M2 .50cal machine-gun can sweep enemy aircraft from the skies or provide devastating fire support against ground targets. Mobility Heavy; Range 16”/40cm ROF 4; Anti-tank 4; Firepower 5+ Notes Anti-aircraft, Turntable. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us545Airborne Anti-Aircraft Platoon8.55with four M2 .50cal AA Guns The M2 .50cal AAMG is a capable anti-aircraft gun with the ability to fill the sky with deadly .50cal bullets. Range: 16'/40cm; ROF: 4; Anti-tank: 4; Firepower: 5+ BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us547xxM51 Quad .50cal AA14.00With two Maxon Quad .50 cal & Command team. Mounted in a quad configuration, the M2 .50cal machine gun made a highly effective anti-aircraft weapon in the hands of the American soldier during World War Two. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us570M2A1 105mm how (x2)14.85Mid/Late War, With plenty of ammunition and a superb fire control system, US artillery barrages are an awe-inspiring display. The 105 is the standard US field peice - Pack contains 2 Large Bases, 2 Artillery peice and 10 Crew BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us571M3 105mm light howitzer (x2)14.85Die 105 mm Haubitze M101A1 wurde als M2 im Jahre 1939 in die U.S. Army eingeführt. Die Reichweite betrug bis zu 11,5 km, bei späteren Versionen sogar 14,5 km. Es konnten alle Arten von Munition verschossen werden: Hochexplosiv-, Rauch-, chemische und auch Propaganda-Geschosse. Letztere wurden über feindlichen Linien gebraucht, um gedruckte Handzettel zur Bekämpfung der Moral des Gegners abzuwerfen. Die Haubitze war eine der am meisten eingesetzten Bodenwaffen der westlichen Streitkräfte. Sie wurde an Fallschirmen, hinter Lastkraftwagen und unter Hubschrauber hängend an die Front transportiert BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us573Para M2A1 105mm Howitzer14.85With 2 guns and crew. The American 105mm field howitzer was already developed in the 1920s as the "105mm Howitzer M1" up to pre-production stage. However, the gun did not go into production, since large numbers of the older WWI vintage 75mm field guns were still in service. It was put on the back burner until war finally broke out for the US in 1941. The gun and carriage of the 105mm howitzer were each designated M1. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us590T27 4.5inch Launcher17.10ncludes one Command Carbine team, one Observer Carbine team, two Gun Sections each containing two T27 4.5" launchers with crew, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base & four Large bases. During the Brittany campaign, the 12th Field Artillery Battalion of the 2nd Infantry Division was given experimental ground-mounted T27 4.5” rocket launchers instead of their normal 105mm howitzers. The battalion found them somewhat effective, but the launcher system lacked the volume of fire needed to dislodge the enemy. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us601M32 TRV Recovery Vehicle8.55one M32 TRV Recovery Vehicle with Plastic Parts Sprue. An ARV (Armoured Recovery Vehicle) is a vehicle used to recover battle damaged or broken down vehicles during combat in order to complete more extensive repairs behind the frontlines. The first true ARVs came into being during World War Two and saw service with most nations during the conflict, the United States being no exception. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us670US Stowage8.55Early/Mid/Late War, Make your vehicles look battle worn and well used, by adding camouflage nets, Jerry cans and boxes. Your tanks can also add track links for extra armour. Contains 6 Stowage Sprues BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us701Company HQ8.55Enthält: 6 Kommandoteams (je 3 Miniaturen), 2 Bazookateams (je 2 Miniaturen) und 8 kleine Bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us702Rifle Platoon15.75Enthält: 1 Offizier, 3 Unteroffiziere, 3 BAR Schützen, 1 Bazookateam (2 Miniaturen), 31 Jäger, 2 kleine und 9 mittlere bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us703Armored Rifle Platoon15.75Enthält: 8 mittlere Bases, 6 kleine Bases, 1 Offizier, 3 Unteroffizier, 5 Bazookateams (10 Miniaturen), 2 Kal. 30 LMG Schützen, 2 Kal. 30 LMG Nachlader, 2 Aufklärer, 1 60mm Mörser, 3 Mörserbediener und 19 Jäger. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us704Machine-gun Platoon8.55Enthält: 1 Offizier, 1 Unteroffizier, 5 Jäger, 4 Wassergekühlte MG`s Kal. 30, 4 Schützen, 8 Munitionsnachlader. 1 kleine Base, 5 mittlere bases BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us705Mortar Platoon13.05Enthält: 1 Offizier, 1 Funker, 1 NCO (Unteroffizier), 6 81mm Mörser, 18 Mannschaftsmitglieder, 1 kleine Base and 6 mittlere Bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us706Combat Engineers15.75Mid/Late War BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us707Armored Recon Platoon8.55Enthält: 1 Offizier, 3 NCO mit SMG, 2 Funker, 6 Karabinerschützen, 6 Mörser mit Crew, 2 60mm Mörser, 4 kleine bases und 2 mittlere bases BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us709Artillery HQ8.55Enthält: 2 Kommandoteams (je 3 Miniaturen), 2 Observierteams 8 (je 2 Miniatures), 2 Personalteams (Tisch, Stuhl und je 4 Miniaturen). BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us710Weapons Platoon13.05Enthält: 1 Kommandoteam (3 Miniaturen), 3 60mm Mörserteams (3 Miniaturen mit je einem 60mm Mörser), 4 LMG-Teams (3 Miniaturen) 1 kleine base, und 7 mittlere bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us711xx4.2 Chemical Mortar Plt17.00Enthält: 1 Kommandoteam (3 Miniaturen, 1 Observierteam (2 Miniaturen), 4x 4.2 inch Mörser, 16 Mannschaftsmitglieder, 2 kleine und 4 große bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us716Bazooka pack (x10)8.55Enthält: 10 Bazookateams (je 2 Miniaturen) und 10 kleine bases BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us723American Parachute Rifle Platoon15.75Contains: 1 Command team, 1 M2 60mm mortar team, 1 Bazooka team and 9 Rifle/MG teams. (Prone .30cal Machine-gunners not included) BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us724American Parachute Machine Gun Platoon13.05Contains: 1 Command team, 2 Bazooka teams and 8 M1919 LMG teams. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us725American Parachute Mortar Platoon13.05Contains: 1 Command team, 2 Bazooka teams and 4 M1 81mm mortar teams. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us726Parachute Engineers13.05This blister contains 2 Operating Squads and Julian Cook. Airborne engineers gave an Airborne company extra pioneer supplies to clear mines and traps or set up their own. Or they could just shove all those explosives into a Jerry tank's vision slits, road wheels or open hatches! BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us727Parachute Rifle Platoon (Winter)20.70One Command Rifle/MG team, one Bazooka team, six Rifle/MG teams (with Rifle team options), one M2 60mm mortar team, ten Medium four-hole bases, one Small three-hole base & one Small two-hole bases. All Parachute Rifleman are volunteers. They are some of the best motivated, best trained, best paid, and the best dressed troopers in the US Army. Parachute Rifle Companies are the bravest of the brave. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us728Airborne Engineer Platoon (Winter)13.05Command Pioneer Rifle team, two Operating Squads (with optional additional Pioneer Rifle team), two Pioneer M1919 LMG teams, eight Medium four-hour bases & one Small three-hole base. The 326th Airborne Engineer Battalion held the southern approaches around Marvie and were the first to greet the 4th Armored Division as they arrived in Bastogne to relieve the siege. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us729Airborne Bazooka Teams8.55Pack Contains 10 Parachute Rifle Bazooka teams. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us731Armored Rifle Company Headquarters 14.85The armored rifle companies follow close behind the tanks. If the tanks get held up by opposition they can’t bull through, the armoured riflemen dismount and clear the way. Often their mobility allows them to pick their fights and outflank the enemy. The Company Headquarters is in the core of all this, they command the Armor Rifle Platoons and issue supporting weapons platoons such as the Armored Machine-gun Platoon and Armored Anti-tank Platoon as needed. Inside you will find: - Company Command Carbine team - 2iC Command Carbine team - Bazooka team - Jeep with AA MG - M3 half-track with .50cal AA MG Actual miniature pose mix may vary from those shown. The new US Armored Rifle Company Headquarters is part of out drive to make our pack more user friendly. Rather than supplying just the command teams and optional weapons as we have done before we have also added the transport vehicles. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us732Rifle Platoon (Late)15.75Included: 3 Rifle Squads, Bazooka Team & Command Rifle Team BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us733xxArmoured Rifle Platoon 17.00Included: • 1x Command team • 5x Rifle teams • 2x LMG teams • 1x 60mm mortar team • 5x Bazooka teams The 41st Armored Infantry Regiment and 17th Armored Engineer Battalion of the 2nd Armored Division and the infantry of the 30th Infantry Division were all issued new camouflage uniforms prior to D-Day. These uniforms are more famous for their use by the US Marine Corps in the Pacific Theatre and were undergoing their first trials in Europe. While the uniform generally worked well, it had one major drawback­—other American troops had learned to assume that anyone wearing camouflage was a German soldier. Unfortunately, this led to a lot of ‘friendly fire’ casualties. Most troops stopped wearing the camouflage uniform soon after the Falaise Pocket was destroyed BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us734Machine-gun Platoon (Late)8.55Included: 2 Machine-gun sections & Command Carbine Team BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us735Mortar Platoon (Late)13.05Mortar Platoon (Late), Rifle Company, With 3 Sections BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us736Engineer Combat Platoon (Late)8.55Engineer Combat Platoon (Late), Armoured and Rifle Companies, With 2 Squads BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us737Bazooka Teams (Late)8.55Included: 10 Bazooka Teams BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us738Armored Rifle Platoon dismounted Machine-guns 8.55With this pack you can choose to either fire the half-track machine-guns still mounted by leaving a passenger team on board or substitute a passenger team (one of your teams from your Armored Rifle Platoon) for a dismounted machine-gun team. This allows you to remove the half-track from harms way. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us740xxMachine-gun Platoon (Late)14.00Included: 1 Mortar Section, 2 LMG Sections and Command Carbine Team The US Army believed in centralising its resources so that they could be allocated to support key units in battle. They applied this concept at all levels from the company on upwards. As a result all the rifle company’s machine-guns and mortars were assigned to the Weapons Platoon. Weapons Platoon may make Combat Attachments to Combat Platoon. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us747Boat Section13.05Boat Section, Infantry Company Late BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us748xxDevils Brigade Platoon14.00The Devil's Brigade Platoon (US748) with two sections and Command team. The Devil's Brigade Platoon is ideally suited to reinforce The Devil's Brigade Special Service Force box set (UBX19). BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us749xxAssault Platoon17.00Assault Platoon (Late) with 3 squads and Command Rifle Team. Specific platoons of the 3rd Infantry Division were designated assault platoons. They were specially trained in reducing enemy strong points and bunkers using demolitions, bangalore torpedoes, and flame throwers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us754Mortar Platoon (Winter)13.05one Command Carbine team, six M1 81mm Mortar teams, six Medium four-hole bases & one Small three-hole base. The 81mm M1 Mortar was based on the French Brandt design developed during WWI. The US government purchased the manufacturing rights to the mortar in the late 1930s and began production. The small mortar could be broken down into its three basic components for transport: the tube, the mount and the baseplate. The 81mm mortar’s range varied depending on the type of shell used, up to a maximum of 3,290 yards. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us755HMG Platoon (Winter)8.55one Command Carbine team, four M1917 HMG teams, four Medium four-hole bases & one Small three-hole base. When the United States entered the First World War, the US Army was armed with only a very limited number of machine-guns, most of which were obsolete designs. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us757Bazooka Teams (Winter)8.55ten Winter-themed Bazooka teams & ten Small two-hole bases. Initially designed to fill a major gap in the US infantryman’s arsenal, the Bazooka made a major leap in the evolution of man-portable anti-tank weapons. It had an effective range of 100m and could fire out to 400m. It had a penetration of about 80mm and required two crew, a gunner and loader. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us759Artillery HQ (Winter)8.55two Command Carbine teams, two Staff teams, two Observer Carbine teams, two Small three-hole bases, two Small two-hole bases & three Medium four-hole bases. A staff team is an important component of large artillery platoons. The staff team’s job is to take the target’s map reference, radioed to them by the spotter, and convert it to angles and elevations for the artillery weapons. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us760Weapons Platoon (Winter)13.05one Command Carbine team, four M1919 LMG teams, three M2 60mm mortar teams, one Small three-hole base & seven Medium four-hole bases. The typical weapons platoon has a mortar and a machinegun section but, like the GIs from the rifle platoons, your men have been known to acquire a second machine-gun section through ‘midnight requisition’ to bolster their rate of fire. Use these machine-guns and mortars to break-up enemy assaults before they hit your lines. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us801Indianhead Infantry Platoon15.75Three Squads, Command Rifle team & Bazooka team BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us802xxOSS Operational Group14.00OSS troops were at the forefront of American covert activities, leading local partisans to disrupt enemy communications and supply. Contains an Operational Group HQ and 2 Operational Group Platoons. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us883Darbys Rangers13.05Mid/Late War, Colonel Darby achieved great success as the founder and leader of the US Rangers, Americas answer to the famed Commandos. Contains: 1 Darby, Darbys NCO, Darbys Radioman, 1 officer, 5 NCOs, 17 riflemen, 2 LMG gunners, 2 LMG loaders, 2 small and 6 medium bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us884xxStaff Sergeant Lafayette Pool 9.00Lafayette Pool, a tall, lanky Texan, served just over 80 days in combat from 27 June 1944 until 19 September 1944. Yet his combat career was so successful that many historians consider him to be not just the greatest tank ace of World War II but the greatest tank ace ever. He destroyed 258 enemy vehicles and twelve tanks (mostly Panthers) while capturing 250 enemy soldiers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us885General George S. Patton with M20 Utility10.35General George S. Patton with his modified M20 Utility and a dismounted Patton with Willie. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us8862nd Lieutenant Audie Murphy8.55one Destroyed M10 Special Objective with Audie Murphy .50cal AA MG gunner figure, one Dismounted Audie Murphy figure, one Wall section & one Small two-hole base. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us887Easy Company8.55includes Captain Richard Winters, Captain Lewis Nixon, Lieutenant Ronald Speirs, First Sergent Carwood Lipton, Private Eugene Roe figure, Corporal Darrell Powers figure, five Toccoa figures, nine Small two-hole bases & one Medium four-hole base. Dog, Easy, and Fox Companies formed the second battalion of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR) in 1942. The paratroopers were a new experimental arm in the US Army. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-us888US Para Warriors of Market Garden8.55includes one Brigadier General James Gavin, one Major General Maxwell Taylor, one Major Julian Cook, eight Airborne Tank Rider figures, fourteen Airborne figures with capture German equipment, one Small three-hole base, two Small two-hole bases & one Medium base. BattlefrontFlames of War