"Support Group" provides the platoon with extra fire power...a .30 cal machine gun is backed by a "bazooka guy" plus two additional riflemen.
One of Otto Skorzeny's "imitation" American GI's faces a firing squard.
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Another of Skrozeny's deception plans...A German Stug III disguised with extra plates and paint as a 'phoney' US Tank Destroyer.
75mm Airborne Pack Howitzer firing over open sights. 3 paratroopers - cold and hungry, man the gun.
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Many years ago one of the first polystone vehicles K&C ever produced was this U.S. Army Ambulance. Long-since retired, it has been much sought-after on the "retired" market and quite...
Three cold GI's huddle together for warmth.
The ubiquitous jeep, but probably one you’ve never seen before! Armour plate protects the front of the engine as well as three sides of the driver/ passenger area. A 30...
This separate little trailer is the perfect add-on" to the jeep… The supplies in the back of the trailer can also be removed if required."
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This GI has dismounted from the Jeep with his binos and a field radio to get a better look at the enemy position and report back to headquarters.
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This is actually the first real" Easy Eight K&C has ever produced... Many moons ago... around 1999 we manufactured a "Hybrid" that utilized a proper "Easy Eight" turret complete with...
Winter Escort w/ Rifle Another GI, well wrapped up, with rifle at the ready.
This cold-looking prisoner wishes he still had his great coat!
This other prisoner looks more fortunate…in his “snow” smock and warm scarf and gloves.
Already wounded, this future P.O.W. seems happy to get out of the fight and hopefully, stay in one piece!
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As one “half-body” GI watches the enemy through his binos, the other GI waits ready with his rifle.
As one GI peers through his binos...another takes careful aim...the third member of the section kneels ready beside them.
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Two GI’s man this British-designed, US manufactured anti-tank piece. As one GI crouches ready with another armour-piercing round, his buddy sights the gun on an approaching German vehicle. The set...
A three-man reconnaissance Jeep patrol make their way down a lonely, snow-covered forest track somewhere in the Ardennes just before first light on the morning of December 16, 1944. Suddenly,...
The M36 ‘Jackson’ was the best American ‘tank destroyer’ of WW2. It combined the already well-proven and reliable chassis of the M4 Sherman and combined it with sloped armor and...
This 3-man section is carrying probably the finest infantry rifle of WW2... The M1 ‘Garand’, the .30-06 calibre, semi automatic weapon that was the standard US Army service rifle of...
The M1919 Browning .30 calibre machine gun was widely used in WW2 and was the main company support weapon for GI’s in combat. The gun required at least 2 men...
The ‘Bazooka’ is the common name for a man-portable, recoilless anti tank rocket launcher weapon. Developed and widely used by the US Army in WW2, the ‘Bazooka’ was among the...