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September 2013 Retirees

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Series 2: Approach to Stalingrad, Four Piece Set
Series 2: Approach to Stalingrad, Autumn 1942 - Four Piece Set (1:35 Scale)
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The Battle of Stalingrad was a battle between Germany and its allies and the Soviet Union for the Soviet city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd) that took place between August 21st, 1942 and February 2nd, 1943, as part of World War II.
USAAF Boeing B-29 Superfortress Heavy Bomber - Enola Gay, 509th Composite Group, Hiroshima, Japan, August 6th, 1945
USAAF Boeing B-29 Superfortress Heavy Bomber - "Enola Gay", 509th Composite Group, Hiroshima, Japan, August 6th, 1945 (1:144 Scale)
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The Boeing B-29 Superfortress (Boeing Model 341/345) was a four-engine heavy bomber flown by the United States Army Air Force. It was one of the largest aircraft of World War II to see active service.
Series 6: German MG42 Heavy Machine Gun Team
Series 6: German MG42 Heavy Machine Gun Team (1:35 Scale)
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The Maschinengewehr 1942, or MG42, had the fastest rate of fire of any weapon, clocked at an average of 1500 rounds per minute, and up to 1800 in full burst mode. The gun was sometimes called a "Spandau" after the suburb of Berlin where they were produced. During the war, over 400,000 were manufactured.
Spanish M24 Chaffee Light Tank - Unidentified Unit, Saharan Crisis, 1975
Spanish M24 Chaffee Light Tank - Unidentified Unit, Saharan Crisis, 1975 (1:72 Scale)
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The M24 Chaffee - arguably the best light tank of World War II - was a fast, lightly armored vehicle with the ability to deliver relatively large caliber direct fire thanks to its excellent 75 mm M6 gun. More than 4,000 vehicles were produced by Cadillac and Massey-Harris from 1943-45.
US M4 Sherman Medium Tank - Creighton Abrams, 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division, Brittany, France, 1944
US M4 Sherman Medium Tank - Creighton Abrams, 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division, Brittany, France, 1944 (1:72 Scale)
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The M4 Sherman medium tank was regarded by many as the workhorse of the US Army during World War II. In fact, virtually all of the Allied armies employed the Sherman in their armed forces, including the British, who developed an upgunned variant called the "Firefly".
German Initial Production Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank - Tactical No. 3, schwere Panzer Abteilung 502, Mishkino, Russia, 1943
German Initial Production Sd. Kfz. 181 PzKpfw VI Tiger I Ausf. E Heavy Tank - Tactical No. 3, schwere Panzer Abteilung 502, Mishkino, Russia, 1943 (1:72 Scale)
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The Ausf. E mounted a huge 8.8cm KwK36 L/56 cannon and featured two MG34 machine guns for close support against enemy infantry. By war's end, 1,354 vehicles had been produced, some rolling off the Wegmann assembly line.
US M18 Hellcat Light Tank Destroyer - 705th Tank Destroyer Battalion, 11th Armored Division, Ardennes, Battle of the Bulge, 1944
US M18 Hellcat Light Tank Destroyer - 705th Tank Destroyer Battalion, 11th Armored Division, Ardennes, Battle of the Bulge, 1944 (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.
German Heinkel He 177A-5 Greif Heavy Bomber
German Heinkel He 177A-5 Greif Heavy Bomber (1:144 Scale)
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The Heinkel He 177 Greif (Griffin) was the only operational long-range bomber to be flown in combat by the Luftwaffe. Starting its existence as Germany's first purpose-built heavy bomber just before the war, and built in large numbers during World War II.

US M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank Desert Camouflage
US M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank - Desert Camouflage (1:18 Scale)
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The M1 Abrams was the next stage in American tank development after the M60 series. Chrysler completed the prototype in 1978 and the first production vehicles appeared in 1980 with 30 tanks a month being built in the years that followed by General Dynamics, then a division of Chrysler Motors. Its advanced Chobham armour makes the M1 the best protected US main battle tank yet devised.
USAAF Bell P-39N-1 Airacobra Fighter - Edward S. Chickering, Saga Boy II, 357th Fighter Group, United States, 1943
USAAF Bell P-39N-1 Airacobra Fighter - Edward S. Chickering, "Saga Boy II", 357th Fighter Group, United States, 1943 (1:32 Scale)
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The P-39 was one of America's first-line pursuit planes in December 1941. It made its initial flight in April 1939 at Wright Field and by the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, nearly 600 had been built. Its unique engine location behind the cockpit caused some pilot concern, but this proved to be no more of a hazard in a crash landing than with an engine located forward of the cockpit.
   
 
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