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Revell 1/72 German Panzergrenadiere
The armoured infantry is a special, mechanized element in modern armies designed to match the new mobile style of warfare. Attached to panzer units, they formed the main thrust of the German land forces. With their armoured vehicles they accompanied the Panzer units and were thus always operating at the front line.
Finely sculpted, this figure set is historically very accurate, the uniforms are correct for the period in question, 1939 -1943, the equipement is correct and the poses are striking considering the small scale.
A must have set to accompany any of the light German tanks!
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Kit (Minor Assembly Required)
Part No: 02511
Item Name: Revell 1/72 German Panzergrenadiere
Revell 1/35 D-Day Set w/Landing Cra
On 6 June, 1944, the Allies landed in Normandy. This famous day is commonly known as D-Day. In 2014, the 70th anniversary of this day, which was so crucial to the outcome of the war, will be celebrated.
From 1942 in the Second World War, a good 8,000 of the LCM 3 (50ft landing craft) were used by the American and British navies to transport light armoured cars and materials from ship to shore.
These landing craft could carry up to 30 tonnes of cargo and were used for landing the Allied forces in Normandy (D-Day). With a total build of at least 640,000, the Off-Road Vehicle is the vehicle most used in warfare. This robust, light and all-wheel-drive vehicle was used by the Allied forces in all theatres of war. The vehicle was often brought ashore from landing craft to the coastal areas taken by the troops for supply and transport purposes.
• Landing craft inclusive of Off-Road Vehicle and trailer
• Includes 6 figures
• Structural details on surfaces
• Movable bow ramp
• Detailed stand
• True-to-original reproduction of propelling screw
• Two movable MG mounts
• Numerous accessories such as fuel drums and life buoys
• Decals for the following versions:
• U.S. Navy, Operation Overlord, invasion of Europe, D-Day June 6th, 1944 Normandy (France) • Royal Navy (GB), Operation Torch, Invasion of Algeire (N. Africa), Eastern Task Force, "Apple Beach", November 1942
4x4 Off-Road Vehicle:
• Vixen Tor, Vehicle of Maj. Gen. C.H. Gerhardt, Commander of U.S. 29th. ID "Blue and Gray", D-Day June 6th, 1944, Normandy (France)
• Royal Navy, Personal Vehicle of Rear-Admiral, Royal Navy Depot, Portsmouth (Great Britain), 1944
Part No: 03000
Item Name: Revell 1/35 D-Day Set w/Jeep
Revell 1/35 Panzerhaubitze 2000
The Panzerhaubitze 2000 is the most up-to-date and powerful self-propelled artillery system in the world today. The first production vehicle was handed over to the German Army on lst July 1998. It is ready for action within approx. 30 seconds of coming to a halt. It has a typical rate of fire of 8 rounds in about 60 seconds.
It has a range of 30,000 m. The PzH 2000 is driven by a 736 kW MTU 881 Ka-500 Diesel engine and reaches a maximum speed of over 60 km/h.
Part No: 03042
Item Name: 1/35 Panzerhaubitze 2000
Revell 1/12 German R-12 with Sideca
Between 1935 and 1942 about 36,000 of the R-12 were built. The majority of these came out of the works in the military version. The German Army often equipped the R-12 with a sidecar and an MG 34. Used by special motorcycle riflemen units, these combinations penetrated the enemy front and advanced deep into the hinterland.
Part No: 03090
Item Name: 1/12 German R-12 with Sidecar
Revell 1/35 L4500R Maultier
During "Operation Barbarossa" in the Soviet Union, in the first winter of war in 1941, the German High Command realised that the traditional truck was not suitable for the harsh climate and terrain. The vehicles often got stuck in the deep snow. In order to solve this problem, in 1942 the "Maultier" (mule) was developed.
It was a variation on a production truck, on which the rear axle was replaced by a caterpillar track. From 1943, Daimler-Benz produced a half-track based on the all-wheel drive L4500R with the tracked assembly of the armoured fighting vehicle PzKpfw. II. The vehicle designated L4500R had a load carrying capacity of 4.5 tonnes.
Part No: 03091
Item Name: 1/35 L4500R Maultier
Revell 1/35 SPz Marder 1 A5
The Marder (Marden) has been for 40 years the main combat vehicle of the German Panzergrenadiere. Constant improvements have kept it up to date with the Bundeswehr requirements. The latest version, Marder 1 A5, includes a protection against nearly all existing antitank mines. The armament includes a 20 mm quick firing gun, an MG3 machine gun under turret and a Milan anti-tank guided missile launcher.
The rear door gives access to up to 6 panzergrenadiere. The internal setup has been reconfigured to improve blast protection. The Marder 1 A5 has been used with success in occasion of international conflicts such as KFOR (Kosovo) and ISAF (Afghanistan).
Part No: 03092
Item Name: 1/35 SPz Marder 1 A5
Revell 1/35 GTK Boxer (GTFz)
In critical situations stealth design, high mobility, modern surveillance systems, optimal protection, and high a performance armourment are the key elements. In its class, the BOXER Motorised Armoured Transport Vehicle is superior to its rivals in all of these points. It's modular construction enables it to carry eight fully equipped infantrymen into action in the Section Transport Module.
A FLW 200 Weapons Platform, fitted with either a 12.7mm machine gun or a 40mm grenade launcher as well as a multiple launch unit - serve as defensive armorment. Delivery of 272 BOXER's to the the Bundeswehr German Armed Forces) began in September 2009. The Netherlands Armed Forces will also receive the BOXER from 2011 onwards. It replaces, depending on the model - the "Fuchs" and the "M113" Armoured Transport Vehicles.
Part No: 03093
Item Name: 1/35 GTK Boxer (GTFz)
Revell 1/35 WIESEL 2 LeFlaSys AFF
The "AFF" is a Reconnaissance, Command and Fire Control Vehicle based on the "Wiesel 2". It is the eyes and brain of the Light Air-Defence System (LeFlaSys) of the "Bundeswehr" (German Armed Forces). The "LeFlaSys" is one of the most modern Air Defence Systems in the world and can engage aerial targets with the "Stinger" Guided Missile System.
The lightly armoured tracked vehicle provides its crew with protection against Hand Fire Weapons and is Air Transportable. It carries a 7.62mm MG3 Machine Gun for self protection. The "AFF's" 3D Radarl can also be rotated - can locate targets at a range of up to 20 km (12.5 miles) and an altitude of 5000 m (16400 ft). It transmits the target details via Data-Link to the "Ocelot" weapons launcher which can launch up to four guided missiles immediately.
Part No: 03094
Item Name: 1/35 WIESEL 2 LeFlaSys AFF
1/35 Pz.Kpfw. V Panther Ausf. D, Re
After the massed appearance of the Soviet T-34, the German side developed the armoured fighting vehicle V "Panther" (Sd.Kfz. 171), Type D of which was used for the first time in 1943. At the end of 1943 necessary improvements gave rise to the Type A. With its 75 mm tank cannon 42 L/70, by the end of the war, the "Panther" had proved its superiority over most enemy battle tanks.
The V-12 Maybach petrol engine developing 700 hp gave the 43,000 kg "Panther" a top speed of 55 km/h. It had a crew of 5.
Part No: 03095
Item Name: 1/35 Pz.Kpfw. V Panther Ausf. D,
Revell 1/35 German SPz Puma Model K
With the PUMA armoured infantry vehicle, the German Army received the latest combat vehicle of its type. Its combination of protection, mobility and fire power, together with airportability, has so far never been surpassed. This levelof performance can only be achieved with extensive innovations. Thus both the basic crew (3) and the infantrymen (6) sit in the hull.
A close-range observation and control system acquires and evaluates all important data. The fully digitized fire control system takes into account all parameters of the stabilised weapon. Since the end of 2010 the pre-production vehicles have been subjected to a severe test programme by the German Army. The first vehicles are scheduled to be delivered to the troops in 2013.
Part No: 03096
Item Name: 1/35 SPZ Puma
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