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Fow-br002Vickers Light Tank Mk VI B14.49with Mk VI C gun option. Vickers Mk VI B light tank was capable of 35 mph (56 km/h) and armed with a water-cooled Vickers .303” and a Vickers 0.5” machine-gun the Light Mk VI B was a useful light tank. The Light Tank Mk VI B in Flames Of War Mobility: Half-tracked; Front 1; Side 1; Top 1 Range 16"/40cm; ROF 3; AT 3; Firepower 5+. Equipment & Notes Co-ax MG.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br003Light Tank Mk VI B/C (Desert)14.49Blister mit drei Modellen aus Resin/Zinn. Three Light Tank Mk VI (with B/C gun options) & three Commander figures. The Light Tank Mk VI series entered production in 1936; by the outbreak of World War Two, these vehicles were in wide spread use by the British Army. The bulk of the British tank forces serving in France in 1940 with the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) were comprised of the Mk VI series. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br004Tetrarch Light Tank5.99Der Tetrarch war ein weiterentwickelter MK VII. Er war speziell für Luftlandeoperationen entworfen worden. Speziell für ihn wurden Hamilcar Gleitflugzeuge gebaut, die je einen Tetrarch aufnehmen konnten. Die Tetrarch wurden 1944 auf das Schlachtfeld "geworfen" und noch einmal 1945 bei der Überquerung des Rheins. Als Kampfpanzer ungeeignet waren sie nur als Aufklärer zu gebrauchen. Die deutschen Panzer hatten von einem solchen Gefährt nichts zu befürchten und er ließ sich auch relativ wehrlos zusammenschießen. Sein einziger Schutz war seine sehr hohe Geschwindigkeit. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br006Honey Stuart5.99Pack conatins 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander and 1 Dismounted Crew figures. The Honey, as the British tankers in the desert called it, was a light tank of US design. It was the first American-built tank to see service with the British in the desert. 84 arrived in North Africa to be used by the 8th Army in July 1941. By November 163 were in service taking part in Operation Crusader. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br009Stuart V5.99Mid/Late War, M5 Stuart - With twin Cadillac V-8 engines, the Stuart is ideally suited to its recon role. Racing around the flanks, it finds the enemy whilst avoiding enemy fire. Pack contains 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander and 1 Dismounted Crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br020A9 Cruiser Mk I5.99Options for both the A9 Cruiser Mk I and A9 Cruiser Mk I CS come with the blister. The A9 Cruiser Mk I CS provided the CS tanks for the A13 Cruiser Mk III tanks in the Armoured Regiments in France in 1940. Also A9 Cruiser Mk I were used as Regimental command tanks. A9 Cruiser Mk I tank has excellent machine-gun fire, with three MGs. This gives it a ROF 5 when just firing its vehicle machine-guns. To back this up it is fitted with the OQF 2 pdr gun, a gun capable of knocking out most enemy tanks with its Range 24”/60cm, ROF 2 and anti-tank 7. The CS version has the same machine-gun advantages, but its main armament is the 3.7” howitzer which fires smoke to obscure the movement of the Armoured Regiment.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br022xxA10 Cruiser Mk II5.67The A10 Criser Mk II was developed along side the A9 Cruiser tank. It was designed as an infantry tank, however its armour protection was deemed not sufficient for this role, so it was reclassified as a heavy crusier tank instead.With twice as much armour as the A9, the A10 proved to be a good support tank for the armoured squadrons. The A10 went to war in France and fought though the first campaigns in North Africa in 1940-1941. Mobility: Fully-tracked; Front 2; Side 2; Top 1 Range: 24"/60cm; ROF 2; AT 7; Firepower 4+ Equipment and Notes Co-ax MG, Slow tank, Unreliable, Broadside, No HE, and Tally Ho.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br023A10 Cruiser Mk IIA (Desert)5.99Blister mit einem Modell aus Resin/Zinn. One A10 Cruiser Mk IIA tank (2pdr gun and CS gun option) & one Tank Commander figure. British Cruiser tanks were designed, as their naval title implied, to be able to manoeuvre around the battlefield, operating completely independent of the infantry, who had their own tanks to support them. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br024xxA13 Cruiser Mk III5.67With good speed, armour protection and armament, the A13 cruiser saw action in France in 1940. It was well armed with the excellent 2 pdr anti-tank gun, this was able to knock out any tank the Germans dared to take them on with. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br025A13 Mk II Cruiser Mk IV5.99The A13 Mk II Cruiser Mk IV was in essence an uparmoured version of the A13 Cruiser Mk III. This increase was mainly added to the frontal armour of the tank; despite the increase in weight due to the extra armour mobility was not affected due to the high power-to-weight ratio of the basic design. The most distinctive feature of the A13 Mk II Cruiser Mk IV is the V-section armour on the turret sides. This “spaced armour” was later used by the German tank designers and made it easy to distinguish between an A13 Mk II Cruiser Mk IV and an A13 Cruiser Mk III. Mobililty: Fully-tracked; Front 2; Side 1; Top 1 Range: 24"/60cm; ROF 2; AT 7; Firepower 4+ Equipment and Notes Co-ax MG, Fast tank, Unreliable, Broadside, No HE, Tally Ho.BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br026A13 Cruiser Mk IVA (Desert)5.99Blister mit einem Modell aus Resin/Zinn. One A13 Cruiser Mk IVA tank, Besa Co-ax MG and Vickers Co-ax MG 2pdr gun options and Tank Commander figure. British Cruiser tanks were designed, as their naval title implied, to be able to manoeuvre around the battlefield, operating completely independent of the infantry, who had their own tanks to support them. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br032Crusader I or II5.99One Crusader tank with Crusader I & II 2pdr options & CS options. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br034Crusader III5.99Mid War, Cruiser Tank, MK VI (A15) - Used mostly in the North African Desert, Montgomerys 8th Army Crusaders were up gunned with 6pdrs to do battle with the Afrika Korps PzIIIs and IVs. Pack contains 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander and 1 Dismounted Crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br036Crusader AA5.99Late War - Crusader AA tank. Contains: anti-aircraft tank. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br041Cromwell IV/Centaur CS 5.99Late War - The Cromwell tank was designed as a replacement to the Crusader and the Cavalier (of which only a few were made). The earlier vehicles used a Rolls-Royce Liberty engine, but the new Cromwell was to be fitted with the new higher performing Rolls-Royce Meteor engine. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br043A30 Challenger5.99This blister pack contains one British Challenger. In 1941, thanks to British experiences in the desert against the Afrikakorps, the feasibility of mounting a high velocity gun into infantry and cruiser tanks capable of knocking out any known German armoured fighting vehicle was studied. The most successful design was based on as many Cromwell components as possible and mechanically it was almost identical, although the turret was based on the TOG 2 and was enormous. The first prototype was completed in August 1942 but it wasn’t until March 1944 that the first production vehicles were ready. Now known as the Challenger, after D-Day they began to provide 17pdr support in similar ways to the Sherman Firefly - one tank per troop. The Challenger was better suited to supporting the Cromwell formations than the Firefly as it was able to keep up with the Cromwell and maintenance and repair was easier as they shared many of the same components, and the first Challengers were issued to Cromwell regiments in North-West Europe in August 1944. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br050Matilda I10.40Two Matilda I tanks The BEF’s heavy tank formation, the 1st Army Tank Brigade, consisted of the 4th and 7th Battalions, Royal Tank Regiment equipped with Infantry or ‘I’ tanks (with a handful of light tanks for command and liaison work). As the ‘I’ tanks were designed to cooperate with infantry, they were heavily armoured, almost impervious to German anti-tank weapons, but moved at a walking pace. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br052Matilda II, CS5.99Early/Mid War, Infantry Tank, Mk II, Matilda (A12) - The Matilda ruled the Early Western Desert war. Slow but a very tough tank to stop. Its 2pdr main gun had to get close to knock out German tanks. Pack contains 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander and 1 Dismounted Crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br054xxMatilda Scorpion Flail6.93Mid War, A specialist vehicle built to cut through enemy minefields. Their use in the desert often raised such a large dust cloud that they were hidden from enemy fire. Contains fail tank and a length of chain to make the flails. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br060Valentine II5.99Blister mit einem Modell. Dieser Valentine wurde hauptsächlich in der Wüste verwendet und wurde vorallem wegen seiner Zuverlässigkeit geschätzt.Er war ein wichtiger Panzer für die Briten und wurde in großer Anzahl verwendet. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br061Valentine III Tunisia5.99Der Valentine III war langsam, aber gut gepanzert. Der neue 3-Mann-Turm erlaubte eine verbesserte Feuerrate. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br062Valentine VIII5.99Die Baumuster VIII-X besaßen eine 5.7-cm-Kanone, der Mark XI sogar eine 7.5-cm-Kanone. Abarten des V. fanden als Brückenlege-, Minenräum- und Sturmpanzer Verwendung. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br070xxChurchill I, II6.93Erstes Produktionsmodell, 2 Pfünder Kanone im Turm und 3 inch Haubitze im Rumpf. Der Churchill II war wie der Churchill I, nur die 3 inch Kanone wurde durch ein zusätzliches MG ersetzt. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br072Churchill III7.25Der Churchill III wurde schwerer (39 t) und höher, aber schwächer gepanzert, als die beiden ersten Versionen. Die Kanone - III mit 5.7 cm, wurde nun in den Turm eingebaut. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br073Churchill IV, V CS, VI7.25Wie der Churchill III nur mit neuem, stärker gepanzertem Turm. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br074xxChurchill IV (NA75)6.93Truppenumbau, wie Churchill IV nur mit aufgesetztem Turm mit 75 mm Kanone aus zerstörten Sherman Panzern. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br080Churchill VII (with Crocodile option)7.25Infantry Tank, Mk IV - Used exclusively in North West Europe after D-Day. The MkVII was better armoured than earlier marks. A large number were converetd to Crocodile flametanks. Pack contains 1 Tank, 1 Crocodile Trailer and flame projector, and 1 Tank Commander. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br100Grant5.99Mid War, M3 Medium tank, Grant I (8th Army) - The apperance of the Grant on the Desert battlefields gave parity back to the British. The 37mm turret gun and a hull mounted 75mm gave it a good kick. Pack contains 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander and 1 Dismounted Crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br110Sherman I5.99Sherman I, Medium Tank, M4 - Identified by its welded hull, square edges and narrow M34 gun mount. The first Sherman M4s stormed ashore during the Normandy Invasion. Pack contains 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander and 1 Dismounted Crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br114Firefly IC5.99includes on Firefly IC tank, one plastic Sherman Component sprue & one Tank Commander. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br116Sherman II (8th Army)5.99Sherman II, Medium TAnk, M4A1 - Identified bu its cast hull and rounded edges. 270 of the first Sherman IIs saw action in the Desert with the British at El Alamein in October 1942. Pack contains 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander and 1 Dismounted Crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br119Sherman III (diesel, 8th Army)5.99Sherman III, Medium tank, M4A2Diesel - Identifies by its welded hull and square edges it had twin diesel engines. Most of the M4A2 production went to the British and Commonwealth forces. Pack contains 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander and 1 Dismonted Crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br120Sherman V5.99Medium Tank, M4A4 - The US Lend lease M4A4 called the Sherman V by the British, along side the Cromwell, formed the main equipment of the British Armoured Divisions in 44 and 45. It was used by the Canadians from 1943 in Sicily and Italy. Contains 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander and 1 Dismounted Crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br121Firefly Vc5.99M4A4, Sherman VC (Firefly) - Adding the superb 17pdr Anti-tank gun the Sherman became the British Firefly. Justly feared by the opposiiton, Fireflys could destroy any Axis tank. Pack contains 1 Tank, 1 Tank Commander. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br132Sherman Flail7.25Enthält 1 Panzer aus Resin, Besatzung und Waffen. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br134M4 Sherman DD 5.99M4 Sherman DD (Duplexantrieb) - Entworfen für Strandlandungen und Flussüberfahrten gab der Sherman DD den Verbündeten eine wesentliche Fähigkeit, Panzer zusammen mit den ersten Truppen in die Ausgangsbasis zu bringen. Satz enthält 1 Panzer, 1 Panzer-Kommandanten BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br151M10 3in and M10C 17pdr SP 5.9917pdr SP Achilles - A lend-lease tank destroyer equipped with the potent 17pdr anti-tank gun. Its destructive killing power was respected by all enemy armour. Pack also includes 3in gun to make the M10. Pack contains 1 Tank Destroyer, and 3 Crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br152Bofors 37mm Portee5.99One cut-down Morris 15cwt truck, one 37mm Bofors gun, one 47/32 gun, two Gun crew figures & one Driver figure. The rough open desert of Egypt and Libya taught the anti-tank gunners to carry their gun portee, mounted on the back of an unarmoured truck. This gave the gunners much needed mobility whilst extend the service life of the anti-tank gun. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br1542 pdr portee5.99Early/Mid/Late War, 2 pdr Portee CMP 3 ton - With a 2 pdr mounted on the rear of a flatbed truck, it can respons to enemy armoured movements. Once it has fired, it can move off to another location. Pack contains 1 Truck, 1 Gun, 1 Driver and 4 Gun Crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br1556 pdr portee5.99Mid War, 6pdr Portee CMP 3 Ton - Mounting a 6pdr gun on the ack of a lorry gioves the best in speed and manouverability. It can also be fired from the back deck. Pack contains 1 Truck, 1 Gun, 1 Driver and 2 Crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br157Archer5.99One Archer self-propelled gun with crew. The 17pdr was the most effective anti-tank weapon in the British arsenal during World War Two; but mounting a gun of this size proved challenging for design engineers. While their subsequent work would later lead to the development of the Sherman Firefly and the Challenger series of tanks, the Ministry of Supply commissioned Vickers in July 1942 to develop a self-propelled version of the 17pdr using the chassis of the Valentine. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br171Bishop5.99Der Bishop benutzte das Valentine Fahrgestell. Die Briten stellten keine selbstfahrenden Geschütze her, bis die Deutschen solche Gefährte in Nordafrika gegen die Briten einsetzten. Dann wandelte man hastig das Fahrgestell des Valentine in eine Selbstfahrlafette für die 25 Pfund Kanone um. Die Aufbauten waren starr und konnten nicht geschwenkt werden. Eigentlich ist der Bishop auch eher in die Kategorie Sturmgeschütz einzuordnen, aber die Briten setzten ihn vorrangig für indirektes Feuer ein. Aber auch direkt gegen Infanterie und Panzer konnte die 25 Pfünder etwas ausrichten. Die Konstruktion war jedoch kein Erfolg. Die Kanone konnte nicht weit nach oben geschwenkt werden, so musste die Besatzung für indirektes Feuer eine Erdrampe bauen und den Bishop dort platzieren. Die Munition mußte in einem Anhänger mitgeführt werden. Aber die Briten hatten nichts besseres und behielten den Bishop so lange wie möglich im Einsatz. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br172Sexton5.99Der Sexton benutzte dasselbe Fahrgestell wie der amerikanische M7 Priest. Die Briten gaben ihm außerdem ihre 25 Pfund-Kanone. Der Sexton war ein Standartfahrzeug der brit. Artillerieabteilungen. Er feuerte indirekt und war sehr verwundbar wenn er selbst angegriffen wurde. Aber er war erfolgreicher als der Bishop. Er konnte auch direkt gegen Infanterie und Panzer eingesetzt werden - allerdings war der Sexton oben offen und mehr als dünn gepanzert. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br18120mm Oerlikon SPAA5.99Mid War, Issued in 1943, the Swiss Oerlikon 20mm fitted to a Canadian CMP truck chassis was the British Armys answer to the German Luftwaffe. Contains 1 truck mounted AA gun, 1 gunner and 1 driver BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br182Bofors 40mm SP 5.99Carrier, 30 cwt, SP, 4x4, 40mm AA (Bofors). Morris-Commercial C9/B The Morris-Commercial C9/B was as conversion of the C8 first developed as a machine-gun carrier then a 2-pdr anti-tank gun carrier. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br200White scout car5.99Mid/Late War, White Scout Car - A wheeled version of the US M3 half-track, this Scout Car was used for scouting and providing transport for Commanders and Artillery Observers - Pack contains 1 Armoured Car and 1 Driver figure. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br201M5 Half-track5.99Late War BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br203Ram Kangaroo (x2)7.25Blister mit 2 Fahrzeugen. includes two one-piece resin Ram Kangaroo Armoured Personnel Carries with passengers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br205Defrocked Priest (x2)7.25Late War BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br207Scout Carrier Platoon7.25Blister contains three Scout Carriers. Mobility Half-tracked. Armour Front 0; Side 0; Top 0. Boys Anti-tank Rifle Range 16"/40cm; ROF 2; AT 4; Firepower 5+. Equipment and Notes Hull MG, Hull-mounted (Boys Anti-tank Rifle). Carrier Platoons are Reconnaissance Platoons. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br208Bren Carrier Platoon7.25Blister contains three Bren Carriers. Mobility Half-tracked. Armour Front 0; Side 0; Top 0. Equipment and Notes Hull MG, Hull-mounted (Boys Anti-tank Rifle). Arm up to one Bren Gun Carrier per Carrier Patrol with a Boys anti-tank rifle for +5 points per carrier. with Boys Anti-tank Rifle Range 16"/40cm; ROF 2; AT 4; Firepower 5+. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br210Universal Carrier x37.25Blister mit drei Modellen. Three resin Univeral Carriers, three sets of crew with BREN & Boys Anti-tank rifle options and three AA MGs. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br211Universal Carrier7.25with three resin Univesral Carriers, three sets of crew with Bren gun, optional .50 Cal MGs and additional MGs. One optional PIAT crewman & Boys Anti-tank rifle. The Universal Carrier is the name give to the collection of vehicles that faithfully served with the British and Commonwealth armies in every theatre during the course of the Second World War. It even found its way into the Red Army as part of the Lend-Lease program. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br212OP, MMG Carrier x25.99Mid/Late War, MMG carriers give the MG platoon vital mobility across all terrain. The small size and speed of the OP Carrier is ideal as an observation vehicle. Contains 2 carriers and the parts to make either the MMG or OP varient. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br213Mortar Carrier x25.99Mid/Late War, The maneuverable Universal Carrier gave mortar crews the ability to carry large amounts of ammunition needed to blast the enemy from their holes. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br214Wasp (x3)7.25Up to two Scout or Carrier Patrols can be armed with Wasp carriers as Weapons Platoons options in Motor and Rifle Companies as found in Festung Europa and Monty’s Meatgrinder. The Wasp Carrier is Half-tracked giving is good speed over open countryside. Like all carriers it is lightly armoured with Front 0, Side 0 and Top 0. Its main advantage is its Wasp flame-gun which has a range of 4”/10cm and ROF 3. It also has a Hull MG to represent the additional Bren gun armed crewman in the back. Check out the Flame-thrower rules on page 84 of Flames Of War. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br216xxIndian Pattern Carrier 2x Resin5.67Mid War, The Indian pattern Carrier replaced the universal carrier in the Indian army. It performed many tasks from reconnaisance to mortar carrier. Contains: 2 resin carriers, 2 AA MGs and 4 crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br217Loyd Carrier5.99As mentioned above the Loyd Carrier was primarily used in the late was as a tow vehicle for the 6pdr gun and as transport for the 4.2” heavy mortars. It is used in the following platoons: • Heavy Mortar Platoon page 69 Festung Europa. • Anti-tank Platoon page 63 Festung Europa and Anti-tank Platoon, Royal Artillery page 77 Festung Europa. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br218C15TA Armoured Truck (x2)7.25Blister mit 2 Fahrzeugen. includes two one-piece resin C15TA Armoured Truck with seated passengers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br276Quad & Limber 5.99Quad and Limber - The Quad is a specialist towing vehicle and ammo supply for the superb 25pdr Field Gun and deadly 17pdr anti tank gun. Pack contains 1 Quad Truck and 1 Gun Limber. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br277Quad tractor 2 resin5.99Early/Mid/Late War, The Quad is a specialist 4x4 towing vehicle, crew transport and ammo carrier for the superb 25pdr field gun and deadly 17pdr anti-tank gun. Contains 2 all resin Quads. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br278Airborne Cut-down 15cwt truck (x2 Resin)5.992 Resin trucks and British Parachute drivers two drivers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br279Morris AA tractor x210.40Early/Mid/Late War, Purpose built for the British Army, the sturdy Morris AA tractor towed the 40mm Bofors gun for vital anti-aircraft defence. Pack contains 2 Morris AA Tractors. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br300Rolls Royce Armoured Car10.40With two Rolls Royce Armoured Cars, two Boys anti-tank rifle gunners, two AA MG, two sets of sand channels. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br303Marmon Herrington III x210.40Early/Mid War, The South African built Marmon Harrington, while fast was lightly armed, It was often up-armed with captured guns increasing its fire power. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br305xxMorris CS9 Armoured Car10.08Blister mit zwei Modellen. Two Morris CS9 Armoured Cars, two AA MGs & two Boys Anti-tank rifle gunners. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br310Daimler Dingo x37.25Early/Mid/Late War, Dingo Damiler Armoured Car - A fast reconnaissance vehicle, which scouts ahead of the main force. Their job is to make initial reports about enemy positions and then get away. Pack contains 3 Scout Cars and 6 crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br311Daimler Mk I5.99Mid/Late War, Daimler MkI Armoured Car - The most advanced British Armoured car. It has good cross country performance and a 2pdr gun. Its speed allows it to get out of trouble with ease. Pack contains 1 Armoured Car and 1 Commander figure. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br312Sawn-off Daimler5.99One Sawn-off Daimler with commander figure. C Squadron’s experience since landing just after D-Day has taught the regiment that small, agile troops of scout cars can perform scouting duties better than the more cumbersome armoured cars. As such, in July they organised so that each squadron would have six light platoons of two scout cars and three heavy troops of a scout car and two armoured cars. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br320Humber Scout Car (x2)7.25With two resin and metal Humber Scout Cars, drivers, and optional Bren guns. Unusually, the 11th Armoured Division’s armoured recce regiment, the 15th/19th Hussars, was equipped with a mix of Daimler and Humber scout cars, rather than Stuart light tanks, to scout ahead of the armoured column. Once on the German Autobahn, they were very fast. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br322Humber Mk II5.99Mid War, Manoeuvrability and speed allowed this vehicle to recon deep into enmey territory and wreak havoc behind the lines before disappearing again. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br323Humber Mk III5.99Mid War, In the reconnaissance fight the Humber was able to deal with infantry and light armour. Its speed was vital to get it out of trouble with German panzers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br331Humber LRC III x210.40Mid/Late War, The Humber acts as a scout for the British army. Armed with a boyes anti-tank rifle and a Bren, it can perform its duty and defend itself well. Pack contains 2 LRCs. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br333xxOtter LRC5.67The Canadian light reconaissance car (LRC) equipped their infantry recce battalions. Otters use stealth rather than firepower to do their job. Contains 1 Otter LRC. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br340AEC MkI5.99Mid War, Contains: 1 Armoured Car, commander and dismounted crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br342AEC Mk III5.99Blister mit einem Bausatz. The improvements to the AEC Mk III makes it a valuable support vehicle. Its 75mm gun has the ability to deal with enemy tanks and dug in infantry. Furthermore, the AEC Mk III can lay down smoke and provide valuable concealment to your advancing units. Range 32”/80cm; Anti-tank 10; Firepower 3+ Front 4; Side 2; Top 0 BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br350Staghound I or II CS (AA)5.99Staghound with option to make either I or II CS, tank crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br360Autocar 75mm SP5.99Mid/Late War, Self Propelled Gun, Autocar 75mm - Lend leased from USA, the 75mm Howitzer provides close fire support. Its mobility means it can re-deploy quickly and continue firing. Pack contains 1 Self Propelled Gun and 3 Crew figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br400xxMotorcycle Platoon11.97Motorcycle companies have 3 small motorcycle platoons, each with three sections armed with Bren LMGs, and a light mortar and AT rifle to be allocated to the sections as needed. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br410Jeep x37.25Mid/Late War, 1/4 ton 4x4 Utility - The Jeep was a workhorse! Its roles included: Comand, Supply, Recon, Ambulance, MP, Light Weapons Carriers, Escort, Mail Courier, etc. Pack Contains 3 Jeeps and 3 Drivers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br412LRDG SAS Jeep x25.99Mid/Late War, Used by the LRDG & SAS in the desert from 1942 the jeep proved a fast and agile vehicle suitable for the lightning raids of these two famous fighting units. Contains 2 Jeeps and crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br413Airborne Jeep (x2 Resin)5.99Enthält 2 Jeeps aus Resin, Besatzung und Waffen. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br414SAS Jeep (Europe)7.25with three resin SAS Jeeps, three sets of crew with Twin MGs, .50 Cal and AA MGs. Part of the invasion of Germany included Operation Archway, the largest and boldest Special Air Service operation to date, involving two full squadrons with a total of 75 jeeps. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br430Morris 15 cwt truck x210.40Early/Mid War, 15 cwt, 4x2, GS, Morris CS8 - The Morris Light Truck was one of the models filling the light transport needs of the British Army. The Morris was popular and adaptable. Pack contains 2 Trucks, 2 Drivers and 2 Seated Passengers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br431CMP 15 cwt truck (x2)10.40Canadian Military Pattern 15cwt Truck - Built by Ford and General Motors (Chevrolet), they were used by all services for carrying cargo and transporting personnel. Pack contains 2 Truck, 2 Driver and 2 Seated Passengers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br432CMP 15 cwt truck x2 resin5.99Mid/Late War, Built by Ford and General motors (Chevrolet), they were used by all services for carrying cargo and transporting personnel. Contains 2 all resin trucks. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br442LRDG Chev truck5.99Mid War, The Chevrolet 30cwt was specially built for the LRDG, its hardiness and all terrain ability made it ideal for patrols in the harsh desert conditions. Contains 1 truck and 3 crew. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br444LRDG Ford V8 Car7.25Blister mit zwei Modellen aus Resin/Zinn. Two one-piece resin LRDG Ford V8 cars, two drivers, two passengers & four vehicle Machine-guns. Long Range Desert Group (LRDG) patrols are led by a pilot cars, whose duty is to test out the ground ahead of the rest of the patrol for soft sand and other desert hazards. In the first few years this car was a Ford V8, but the American Willys Jeep quickly became a favourite as they became available. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br450Bedford QLT 3-ton lorry x210.40Late War, Bedford QLT Truck (3t, 4x4) - Workhorse of the British Army. Used in all theatres of operation. Why walk when you can ride in style? Pack contains 2 Trucks, 2 Drivers and 2 Seated Passenger BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br451CMP 3-ton Truck (x2) 10.40Canadian Military Pattern truck (3t 4x4) - Made under license from Canada. Delivering men and supplies to the front, these lorries were a common sight to the "Tommies". Pack contains 2 Truck, 2 Drivers and 2 Seated Passengers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br452CMP 3-to lorry x2 resin5.99Mid/Late War, Canadian Military Pattern truck (3t 4x4) - Made under license from Canada. Delivering men and supplies to the front, these lorries were a common sight to the Tommies. Pack contains 2 Truck, 2 Drivers and 2 Seated Passengers. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br455Matador Trucks5.99two one-piece resin Matador trucks. The Matador was best known for its role as an artillery tractor; a role which it excelled at throughout the course of the war. Powered by a 7.58 litre, six-cylinder diesel engine capable of producing 95hp, the Matador first entered service in 1938. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br5116 pdr gun (x2)10.40QF 6pdr - The 6pdr saw constant action in all theatres of conflict. For the infantry on the receiving end of a Panzer attack, its payback time! Pack contains 2 Medium Bases, 1 Small Base, 2 Anti tank Gun, 8 Crew and 3 Command figures. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br600Cromwell ARV5.99Like many AFV (Armoured Fighting Vehicle) in World War Two, it was common practice to create a ARV (Armoured Recover Vehicle) from the chassis of a main battle tank currently in service. The Cromwell was no different. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br601Sherman ARV5.99An 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 Kingdom being no exception. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br602xxChurchill ARV5.67During World War Two the Churchill proved to be a mainstay in British armoured units. Throughout the war it was continually refined and upgraded to keep pace with a constantly changing battlefield. Some of the more famous variants of the Churchill included the infamous Churchill Crocodile and the Churchill ARVE series that made the D-Day landing successful. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br881xxUpham & Staff Car5.67Mid War, Charles Upham the only combat soldier ever to win 2 Victoria Crosses (Britians highest award for bravery). Was renowned for leading from the front. Contains 2 Charles Upham command team (one at rest, one on the move) a Staff Car and 2 small bases. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br885Colonel Vandeleur & Forward Observer9.13This blister pack contains one British Colonel Vandeleur and Forward Observer. John Ormsby Evelyn Vandeleur was commissioned into the Irish Guards in 1924 and quickly rose through the ranks where he gained a reputation as a well-liked, intelligent and insightful officer. 'Joe', as everyone called him, was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in May 1943 and given command of the new 3rd Battalion (Infantry) Irish Guards. Vandeleur and his Irish battlegroup secured the vital bridge over the Meuse-Escaut Canal and after the bridge was under control Lieutenant-General Brian Horrocks visited Vandeleur and informed him that his Irish battlegroup would lead XXX Corps into Holland during Operation Market Garden. On 17 September 1944 at 14:35 hours, the first of Joe’s tanks charged onto the road that would soon be called Hell’s Highway. Vandeleur was never far from the action, dashing from platoon to platoon in his Humber scout car, keeping the column on the move and calling in Typhoon aircraft to knock out German strongpoints. Despite the Herculean efforts of the Irish battlegroup the Guards Armoured Division was halted just over a mile from the British 1st Airborne Division which had parachuted into the Arnhem area. He later served as a technical consultant to the movie A Bridge Too Far, a popular account of Operation Market Garden. BattlefrontFlames of War
Fow-br950Auster AOP9.13Blister mit einem Flugzeugmodell und einer Flugbase. he use of aircraft in the role of an air observation post had its origins during the First World War. This tradition carried on during World War Two, where several American designed light aircraft were utilised in this role. These aircraft featured a tandem-cockpit accommodation which made them ideal for their roles as a reconnaissance aircraft. While the American force lent heavily on the L4 Grasshopper, the British relied on the Taylorcraft designed Auster AOP. BattlefrontFlames of War