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    For TABLE OF CONTENTS of all images in this thread please see Page 19


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    NOTICE: If you don't see the images in some of the older posts means I had used up the 10GB bandwidth for this month. I'm sorry these pictures can no longer be viewed until next month where the counter will be reset to zero and the pictures would then appear again. For the newer posts I am using another account so it is not affected. Enjoy !






    BBA023 Winter Sniper Team (King and Country BBA023)






    "A lying prone NCO 'spots' for his sniper. The sniper is using the specially adapted '03 Springfield with scope."









    The large size image....

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    The Spotter

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    The large size image....







    The "Sniper" (Designated Marksmen)








    American military did not have snipers in World War II but instead “designated marksmen”. Neither the Army nor the Marines had sniper schools, sniper tactical doctrine, nor a sniper specialty or training.









    A designated marksman is merely one man in an infantry platoon who is a really good shot. At all times at designated marksman operates with the platoon, he never operates autonomously unlike a sniper.




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    BBA044 Kneeling NCO w/Tommy Gun (King and Country BBA044)















    The large size image....






    Last edited by DM101; 7th July 2017 at 09:40 AM.

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    16 December 1944....

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    BBG087 Two Dead Winter Germans (King and Country BBG087)





    "Two Dead Winter Germans"










    The large size image....
















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    The large size image....



















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    BBA079 Seriously Wounded Set (King and Country BBA079)



    Another U.S. Army Medic leans over and supports a badly-wounded GI with a stomach wound...













    The large size image....






    Last edited by DM101; 1st May 2017 at 08:32 PM.

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    16 December 1944 somewhere in the densely forested Ardennes....



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    King and Country BBG072







    No matter how sophisticated and well armored a tank or vehicle may be, it will only perform as well as the crew controlling it. This is perhaps better illustrated if one thinks of the crew as an integral, indispensable component of the overall machine. The Jagdpantheror "Hunting Panther" as this model is called has a crew of five men: a driver, a gunner, a loader, a radio operator/bow gunner and a commander, all working as a team in their special positions within the tank.








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    BBG072 Jagdpanther Ausf.G1 (King and Country BBG072)







    "This really was a “monster” with a very big “bite” in the shape of that mighty ’88 gun in the hull of the Jagdpanther. This “Bulge” version has had a field-applied coat of snow-camouflage whitewash which already is showing signs of “wear and tear” on its “zimmerit” coating. Two great new crew figures add even more character to the model."








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    TheThe Jagdpanther ("Hunting Panther") was a German anti-tank destroyer based on standard Panther chassis with superstructure being an extension of the upper front hull (80mm thick armor) and side (50mm thick armor) plates. It entered service late in the war (1944) and saw service on both the Eastern and Western Fronts.



























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    The Jagdpanther was armed with excellent, long barrelled 88mm Pak 43/3 L/71 gun (similar to that used on Tiger II) and single 7.92mm MG34 or MG42 machine gun mounted in the same ball mount as Panther Ausf A.













    The 88mm gun fitted with Sfl.Z.F.1a (5×8) gun sight and was capable of destroying enemy tanks at ranges of 3000 meters. The main 88mm gun was protected by massive 100mm "saukopf" (pig’s head) type mantlet.









    The limited traverse (11 degrees to the left and right) and elevation (-8 to +14 degrees) of the JagdPanther's main gun was a severe disadvantage when it came to a mobile/attack/offensive battle, since the crew was forced to maneouver the vehicle to face the target (as it has no turret unlike a tank).

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    The Commander








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    The Loader








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    BBA013 "Jes' Make Sure He's Dead!" (King and Country BBA013)




    "As one GI carefully turns over a dead German his buddy offers him some good advice."











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    and the top view....

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    The large size image....














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