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WBritain 1/32 RAF Fighter Pilot WW2 1943 with Faithful Companion 25019

Painted diecast figure of a RAF WW2 fighter pilot in flying gear with floatation vest and parachute harness complete with a companion dog.
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WBritain 1/32 US 101st Airborne Glider Infantry Regiment Firing BAR Figure 25001

With the 101st designated as an airborne division, all that remained was to train its soldiers to qualify for their new mission. In October 1942 the division moved to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and joined by the 502nd PIR, began its training under the Airborne Command. Rivalry between the division's parachute and glider elements developed rapidly. The paratroopers were considered to be elite troops and received extra money or "parachute pay" for their hazardous missions. The glider troops, however, had duties just as dangerous but were authorized no extra pay. This situation continued through 1944, with unit commanders doing their best to keep the peace within their ranks. Throughout these difficulties the 101st continued to train and to reorganize, attempting to acquire airborne qualified personnel for the necessary positions.
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WBritain 1/32 US 101st Airborne Glider Infantry Regiment Advancing Figure 25002

On 8th June 1944 elements of the 501st and 506th Parachute Infantry, along with the 1st Battalion, 401st Glider Infantry, engaged a German force in the town of St. C me-du-Mont. The 3d Battalion, 501st PIR, took positions south of the town, along the highway to Carentan where it encountered the enemy. The 1st Battalion, 401st Glider Infantry, was called to aid the 3d Battalion, but the enemy withdrew before the glider troops arrived. Both of the 101st battalions pursued the retreating enemy.
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WBritain 1/32 US 101st Airbourne Glider Infantry Regiment Standing Firing 25009

The 101st Airborne Division first saw combat during the Normandy invasion - 6 June 1944. The Screaming Eagles were to capture the causeway bridges that ran behind the beach between St. Martin-de-Varreville and Pouppeville. In the division's southern sector, it was to seize the la Barquette lock and destroy a highway bridge northwest of the town of Carentan and a railroad bridge further west. At the same time elements of the division were to establish two bridgeheads on the Douve River at le Port, northeast of Carentan.As the assault force approached the French coast, it encountered fog and antiaircraft fire, which forced some of the planes to break formation. Paratroopers from both the 82d and 101st Airborne Divisions missed their landing zones and were scattered over wide areas. For many the first struggle of combat was to find their units; 1500 soldiers from the division were killed or captured. When units or soldiers finally assembled, they had difficulty in identifying their locations relative to their objectives. The paratroopers of the 101st were promised reinforcements at dawn, when 51 of the division's gliders were scheduled to land. The gliders, however, had problems of their own. Many of the gliders crashed, and several soldiers of the division were killed, including Brig. Gen. Don F. Pratt, the assistant division commander. A second glider landing at dusk that day produced even more casualties
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WBritain 1/32 Osprey Art German Oberjager Fallschrimjager-Regiment 9 - 1 Piece In Window Box 25005

Fallschirmj ger units made the first airborne invasion of Denmark on the 9th April 1940. In the early morning hours of Operation Weser bung they attacked and took control of Aalborg Air Base which played a key role acting as a refuel station for the Luftwaffe in the subsequent invasion of Norway. Other airborne attacks during the Battle of Denmark were also carried out, including one on a fort on the island of Masdeno. The first opposed airborne attacks occurred during the Norwegian Campaign first during the initial invasion when Fallschirmj gers captured the defended air base of Sola, near Stavanger. The Fallschirmj ger also had their first defeat in Norway, when a company was dropped on the village and railroad junction of Dombas and was destroyed by the Norwegian Army in a five day battle
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WBritain 1/32 Air Marshall Sir Arthur Harris 25022

A painted diecast figure of Air Marshall Sir Arthur Harris, OC RAF Bomber Command through most of WW2.
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WBritain 1/32 RAF Lewis Gun Emplacement 5 Piece Set 25026

 


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WBritain 1/32 WW2 US Marine Rifleman 1943-1945 Figure 13018

WBritain 1/32 WW2 US Marine Rifleman 1943-1945 Figure 13018
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