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Regimental Photos

CPT Harley in the bocage...

A combo of the Ultimate Soldier Extreme Detail and Maitso Harley Davidson WL42, a pretty good mix.

SRT assumes the scene

Tactical Officers from the Processed Plastic Company. These are soft plastic figures. The process I use for soft plastics is to wash, undercoat(prime),paint(I use water-based paints), highlight (w/washes and drybrushing) and overcoat (I use dullcoat).

cavscout: then and now

The U.S. Cavalry, Then and Now...click on the picture to get to my National Guard unit's website...Scout Platoon, 1/167th Infantry (M), The 4th Alabama.

Another shot from the D-Day game,Rommel turns in his sword to Montgomery while members of Task Force Eagle and Task Force Monkey push inland to exploit the break-out. Figures: Airfix,Timpo, BMC, ESCI and PPC.

rommel gives up...

eaglescores!

A PAPCO football player. Painted to match Eagle24's football uniform. You needn't spend a ton of cash on your collection, just paint 'em nice.

end of the line for Jerry...

During a recent D-Day game with Eagle24 & Monkey06 this Airfix Brit Para captures one of Hitler's gang (Lone*Star figure). The game took about 6 hours to complete.

Colonel Custer near the end...the figure is a BMC Custer from the Little Bighorn set...BMC has hits and misses with their figures, Custer was one of their hits.

this is the end...

A Timpo Highlander...ouch!

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