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US Willys Jeep - Military Police
US Willys Jeep - Military Police (1:72 Scale)
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Developed by the Quartermaster Corps, the jeep and other motor transport vehicles were transferred to the Ordnance Department in August 1942. Despite its lightweight, the jeep could perform a variety of functions, including towing a 37mm antitank gun over a 7% grade.
USMC M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - Hothead, 4th Marine Tank Battalion. Namur, Kwajalein Atoll, 1944
USMC M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - "Hothead", 4th Marine Tank Battalion. Namur, Kwajalein Atoll, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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The M5 Stuart light tank made its debut in the invasion of Casablanca in French North Africa. By 1943, and at the time of the invasion of Sicily, the upgraded M5A1 was becoming the standard light tank of the American armored divisions.
US M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - Buddies, 3rd Armored Division, Northwest Europe, 1944-45
US M5A1 Stuart Light Tank - "Buddies", 3rd Armored Division, Northwest Europe, 1944-45 (1:72 Scale)
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The M5 Stuart light tank made its debut in the invasion of Casablanca in French North Africa. By 1943, and at the time of the invasion of Sicily, the upgraded M5A1 was becoming the standard light tank of the American armored divisions.
German Sd. Kfz. 121 PzKpfw II Ausf. F Light Tank - Panzer Regiment 5, 1.SS Panzer Grenadier Division, Kharhov, Russia, 1943
German Sd. Kfz. 121 PzKpfw II Ausf. F Light Tank - Panzer Regiment 5, 1.SS Panzer Grenadier Division, Kharhov, Russia, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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Originally identified as the '2cm MG Panzerwagen', the PzKpfw II light tank was designed to supplement the PzKpfw I by providing an automatic weapon capable of firing both a high explosive round and an armor piercing round.
US Willys Jeep with .30 Cal. Machine Gun - "Short Stop", 88th Infantry Division, 351st Infantry Regiment, Italy 1944 - 1945
US Willys Jeep with.30 Cal. Machine Gun - "Short Stop", 351st Infantry Regiment, 88th Infantry Division, Italy, 1944 - 1945 (1:48 Scale)
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Developed by the Quartermaster Corps, the jeep and other motor transport vehicles were transferred to the Ordnance Department in August 1942. Despite its lightweight, the jeep could perform a variety of functions, including towing a 37mm antitank gun over a 7% grade.
British Cruiser A34 Comet Mk. IV Tank - 7th Queens Own Hussars, Sek Kong Camp, Hong Kong, mid-1950s
British Cruiser A34 Comet Mk. IV Tank - 7th Queen's Own Hussars, British Forces Overseas Hong Kong, Sek Kong Camp, Hong Kong, mid-1950s (1:72 Scale)
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The Tank, Cruiser, Comet I (A34) was a British cruiser tank that first saw use near the end of World War II. It was designed to provide greater anti-tank capability to Cromwell tank squadrons.
Republic of China (Taiwanese) Marine Corps M18 Hellcat Light Tank Destroyer
Republic of China (Taiwanese) Marine Corps M18 Hellcat Light Tank Destroyer (1:72 Scale)
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The M18 first saw combat in northwest Europe and Italy during the summer of 1944. It excelled at ambush and hit-and-run tactics. Its low silhouette, high firepower and great speed gave it the capability of destroying all but the heaviest of German armor, although it was too lightly armored to stand and fight.
West German M41G Walker Bulldog Light Tank - Unidentified Unit, Bundeswehr, 1950s
West German M41G Walker Bulldog Light Tank - Unidentified Unit, Bundeswehr, 1950s (1:72 Scale)
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The M41 Walker Bulldog was a U.S. light tank developed to replace the M24 Chaffee. It was named for General Walton Walker who died in a jeep accident in Korea. On November 5th, 1950, the US Ordnance Committee Minutes (OCM) issued item #33476, redesignating the heavy, medium, and light tank, according to the armament; the 120mm (heavy) Gun Tanks, 90mm (medium) Gun Tanks, and the 76mm (light) Gun tanks.
German Opel Blitz Cargo Truck - 8.Gebirgs Division, Bologna, Italy, Spring 1945
German Opel Blitz Cargo Truck - 8.Gebirgs Division, Bologna, Italy, Spring 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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The 3-ton Opel "Blitz" truck was the Wehrmacht's principal general-purpose truck during the Second World War. The engine was a water-cooled, straight-six OHV gasoline unit of 3.6 liters that was fueled by a 21.6 gallon gasoline tank situated under the driver's seat.
US GMC M36 B2 Jackson Tank Destroyer - "Pork Chop," Unidentified Unit, March 1945
US GMC M36 B2 Jackson Tank Destroyer - "Pork Chop," Unidentified Unit, March 1945 (1:72 Scale)
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Standardized in June, 1944, the Gun Motor Carriage M36 was a modification of the 3-inch Gun Motor Carriage, M10A1, and was designed to provide a more powerful self-propelled anti-tank gun. The M36 "Jackson" was equipped with a potent 90mm gun that was mounted within a semi-open top turret with 360-degree power traverse.
   
 
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