4th kit of BRAVO*6 Danger Close series depicting the soldiers of the RAR - Royal Australian Regiment in Vietnam War. This time a machine gun team in dynamic poses.
A review of this book.
Here we look at a new title from Pen and Sword titled 'Camouflage Modern International Military Patterns' and shines a light on the camouflage patters used post WW2.
Here we take a look at another of the Tank Craft book series from Pen and Sword covering the Panzer IV tank 'Panzer IV Medium Tank - German Army and Waffen-SS Normandy Campaign, Summer 1944'.
Here we take a look at two of the 3D printed figures from FC Model Trend in the form of 'UK Infantry WW2 Set 2'.
Filled with an abundance of new material from recent research, WAR IN JAPAN 1467-1615 is practically a new book since OSPREY published the first version in 2001.
Here we take a look at a new addition to the Tank Craft book series titled 'M60 Main Battle Tank'.
In this review we get to take a look at one of the FC Model Trend figure releases in 1/35th scale titled 'Sitting GI WWII'.
Review of the 1/76 scale resin model of one of the strangest tanks ever built
4 U.S. soldiers medic team carrying a WIA during Vietnam War in 1/35 scale.
After releasing the reference photo manual on T-54 MBT, Wings & Wheels Publications continues the theme with a new title: T-54 Chassis-based Vehicles in Detail.
Paracel Miniatures released two war reporter figures available in different scales.
SSR Model is a one-man-band company from Sweden offering 3D printed weapons and accessories. This review covers one of the latest 1/35 scale releases from the company: Robot 57 (NLAW).
WIP3D offers a 3D printed 1/35 kit of the Howitzer 105 mod. 56
The old MaxxPro book was the first title I reviewed from the Wings & Wheels Publications back in 2013. The company now offers a 2nd extended issue of the book featuring additional photos of Dash and Dash DXM vehicle variants.
Are you building Trumpeter’s SA-8 Gecko and looking for references to add some extras to your model? Look no further, SA-8 Gecko in Detail from WWP is exactly what you need.