Bolt Action Campaign: D-Day: Overlord
Normandy, 6 June 1944. The Allies undertake the largest and most ambitious amphibious landings in history to return the fight to Western Europe.   With over 200 pages this new Campaign Book, written by Robert Vella, for Bolt Action allows...
US Airborne starter army
From their role in the ill-fated Operation Market Garden to the crossing of the River Rhine and the push into the German homeland these battle-hardened fighting men have been immortalised in film and television. This great value boxed set gives...
US Airborne 1500 point army (1944-1945)
Gather your men in this complete 1500 point airborne force, compiled from the upcoming Market Garden campaign book. This army includes new units such as the section of 3 airborne armoured jeeps and Dutch Resistance fighters to lead the way!...
US Airborne 1000pt D-Day Invasion
Dropped from their C-47 Dakotas high above the Normandy countryside, the US Airborne found themselves helplessly scattered and separated deep behind enemy lines amid the hedgerow country of Normandy. They had to carry all of the necessary equipment - prepared...
US Army Characters (Winter)
These three stalwarts of the US Army & Airborne upheld their units honour in the worst of conditions. Now you can field them in your company of heroes and take on your enemies knowing your troops are in good hands....
US Airborne support group (1943-44)
This set contains: 1 x US Airborne HQ 1 x US Airborne Medium Machine Gun Team 1 x US Airborne Medium Mortar Team HQ American forces started the war with no experience of combat and often with minimal training. Once...
US Airborne HQ
Pack contains 4 metal figures - 2 officers, 1 medic and 1 spotter. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted. Contents may vary from those shown
US Airborne HQ (1944-45)
Trained to a very high standard and with extensive combat experience, the American airborne forces were highly-motivated and performed very effectively throughout the Market Garden operation. Lead your troops into combat with exceptional leadership executed by the Airborne officers in...
US Paratrooper Squad
St. Mère Eglisé. Carentan. Nijmegen. Bastogne. Actions that stir the blood and conjure images of highly-trained US paratroopers punching holes in the German lines in Normandy and later holding off overwhelming opposition in the Ardennes. These US Airborne models are ideal...
US Airborne Squad (Winter)
Forever immortalised in the epic TV Series, Band of Brothers, the paratroopers of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division were desperately pressed directly into the front lines during the surprise German offensive in the Ardennes in December...
US Airborne with looted German weapons (1944-45)
Sometimes weapons and equipment are lost in cargo, on the battlefield or simply left behind! Any soldier will make use of what they can get their hands on, and that includes turning the enemies weapons against their creators... The 82nd...
US Airborne Bazooka and 60mm light mortar teams
Pack contains 4 metal figures and 1 mortar. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted. Contents may vary from those shown
US Airborne Bazooka & light mortar teams (1944-45)
The American Bazooka was first used in North Africa and on Tarawa in November 1942. The final version was longer (1.55m) and improved the range from 200-250 yards to 300 yards. The M6 HEAT rocket could easily penetrate 76mm of...
US Airborne 30 Cal MMG team firing
Pack contains 3 metal figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
US Airborne 30 Cal MMG team redeploying
Pack contains 3 metal figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
US Airborne HMG team (1944-45)
The Browning M2HB .50cal 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...
US Airborne medium mortar team (1944-45)
In the American army, the role of medium mortar was fulfilled by the 81mm calibre M1 mortar. The mortar was the biggest killer of infantrymen throughout the war. An average crew could fire a dozen bombs in a minute. Compared...
US Airborne 57mm anti-tank gun
Pack contains 1 metal anti-tank gun and 3 crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
US Airborne 57mm anti-tank gun (1944-45)
The 57mm M1 anti-tank gun was a close copy of the British QF 6pdr which was itself also used by some American units. The M1 originally fired an armoured-piercing shell weighing 2.272kg but this soon proved to be insufficient to...
US Airborne 75mm pack howitzer light artillery
Pack contains 1 metal howitzer and 3 crew figures. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
US Airborne 75mm light artillery (1944-45)
Small Calibre field artillery was not widely used in American Army except by the Paratroopers and Marines. The pack Howitzer (75mm) could be easily moved and, after breaking it down into its component parts, could be dropped by parachute. Models...
US Airborne hand carts
Responsible for carrying the platoon's supplies for their deployment, these carts were essential for Allied Airbornes' ability to answer any upcoming threat. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Stowage pack - tarps and rolls
Pack contains 3 metal sprues of stowage as shown in the image. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Tarps and Rolls and Damage Markers
Contains Tarps and Rolls and vehicle damage markers
US Airborne Jeep (1944-45)
In June 1940 the American army asked for a vehicle that could "go-anywhere". The answer was the four-wheel drive Willys MB and the Ford GPW, both models referred to as 'Jeeps'. 630,000 jeeps were produced by the end of the...
Sold Out
1/72 P-47D Thunderbolt - 512FS, 406FG - Silver
Box contains 1 diecast pre-painted metal plane and base. Note: Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
US Airborne support group (1944-45)
Re-equipped with the new M43 uniform following the D-Day landings the US Airborne were ready to tack some of their greatest challenges of the war - Operation Market Garden and the Ardennes Offensive. Airborne units relied heavily on the support...
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