Plastic Flight Stand
with one Plastic Flight Stand.
First included in the new helicopter box sets for Flames Of War Vietnam; the newly designed flight stand is a much improved design that is stronger and more stable than the previous version of the helicopter flight stand.
It can not only be used with the Huey or the Cobra, but with other Flames Of War aircraft too.
Used in conjunction with Rare Earth Magnets, the new flight stand is very versatile.
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Luftvärnskanonvagn L-62 Anti II (Swedish)
Swedish company Landsverk developed L-62 design during 1941-42 by lengthening the hull of the L-60/m-36 tank (see HU010 Toldi) and mounting the excellent 40mm Bofors anti-aircraft cannon (40 ItK/38). Finland bought six Landsverk Anti-II anti-aircraft vehicles from Sweden in 1942. In May they were assigned to the Anti-aircraft battery of the Armoured Brigade.
Erwin Rommel is probably one of Germany’s most famous Generals, and one of the most recognisable names of WWII
Panssari Christie Platoon
includes three BT-5 tanks, two BT-7 tanks, one Tank Commander sprue & five sets of SMG Tank Escorts.
The Finns were quick to turn captured Soviet equipment against the invaders. The Christie Detachment was named for the BT tank’s suspension design and was unusual in having its own unit of escort infantry that rode into battle with them.
Jääkäri Rifle Platoon (Winter)
includes two Command Rifle teams, four Jääkäri Squads each with two Rifle teams, two Small three-hole bases & eight four-hole bases.
Each Finnish division has a light detachment which includes a Jääkari (Jäger or Light Infantry) Battalion of three companies. These companies are more lightly equipped than normal infantry companies and have three platoons per company instead of the usual four platoons. They also have more transport and are more nimble than infantry companies.