US Army HQ (Winter)
Our latest Warlord Range is perfect for bringing the battles into the winter of 1944-45. Packed with character that really shows how unprepared for the truly bitter winter, which hit Europe that year, the US forces really were. Models supplied...
£8.00
US Army Forward Observer team (Winter)
Forward observers are liaison officers responsible for coordinating the attack of aircraft strikes or heavy artillery batteries firing from far behind the battle lines. They are likely to be accompanied by a radio operator and other immediate attendants. We rate...
£5.00
US Army Infantry Squad in Winter Clothing
Our latest Warlord Range is perfect for bringing the battles into the winter of 1944-45. Packed with character that really shows how unprepared for the truly bitter winter, which hit Europe that year, the US forces really were. Box Contains...
£15.00
'Deuce' 2&1/2 ton Truck with Winter US Squad
Sometimes referred to as the ‘deuce and a half’ the 2½ ton truck was the standard US general purpose army cargo truck used for haulage as well as troop transportation and as a prime mover for howitzers and anti-tank guns....
£36.00
US Army MMG team (Winter) - Prone
Our latest Warlord Range is perfect for bringing the battles into the winter of 1944-45. Packed with character that really shows how unprepared for the truly bitter winter, which hit Europe that year, the US forces really were. Models supplied...
£8.00
US Army MMG team (Winter) - Redeploying
Our latest Warlord Range is perfect for bringing the battles into the winter of 1944-45. Packed with character that really shows how unprepared for the truly bitter winter, which hit Europe that year, the US forces really were. Models supplied...
£7.00
US Army 50cal HMG Team (Winter)
The Browning M2HB .50-cal. was undoubtedly one of the best HMGs of World War II. It is still used today. It was renowned for its penetration capacity, as its heavy bullets could go right through the armour of half-tracks, armoured...
£8.00
US Army Medium Mortar (Winter)
Our latest Warlord Range is perfect for bringing the battles into the winter of 1944-45. Packed with character that really shows how unprepared for the truly bitter winter, which hit Europe that year, the US forces really were. Models supplied...
£8.00
US Army Flamethrower & Light Mortar teams (Winter)
Flamethrowers were used throughout the war, especially in the Pacific, to clear out tunnels and bunkers. During the Normandy landings the number of flamethrowers was increased to allow the men to open a gap in the fortified German lines. In...
£10.00
US Army Bazooka and Sniper teams (Winter)
The American Bazooka was first used in North Africa and on Tarawa in November 1942. The first version (M1A1) had two grips and a wooden support. By 1943 the new version was released which no longer had the front grip...
£6.00
US Army 3-inch anti-tank gun M5 (Winter)
In 1940 the American Army asked for a gun that could effectively stop any tank. The design foresaw a 76.2mm AA barrel while the gun carriage would be that used on the 105mm howitzer. The result did not live up...
£16.00
US Army 75mm Light Artillery M1A1 (Winter)
Small-calibre field artillery was not widely used in the American Army except by the Paratroopers and the Marines. A few other special forces preferred the small-calibre pack howitzer (75mm) because it could be moved easily. It could also be transported...
£13.00
US Army 105mm Medium Artillery M2A1 (Winter)
The 105 mm M2A1 (M101A1) howitzer was the standard light field howitzer for the United States in World War II. These guns were grouped into 4-gun batteries. Their role was to lay down a barrage to prepare for an advance,...
£16.00
M18 Hellcat
The Hellcat’s prodigious speed was attained by keeping it’s armour to no more than 1″ thick. Hellcat crews quickly took advantage of the vehicle’s speed to minimise the enemy’s ability to pierce its thin armour. Hellcats used their speed to...
£20.00
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