includes one Large Carpark, one Medium Carpark, one Small Carpark and three Carpark Ticket Vending Machines.
Scenery plays a vital part in any miniature wargame. The Battlefield in a Box range of tabletop ready scenery is a quick and easy way to create a wargaming table straight out of the box, suitable for any scale miniature troops to fight over.
Road networks are the heart of supply and communication across the battlefield. In the central landscapes of Europe modern sealed roads have replaced the rutted trails of the wartime landscape. From regular roads to impressive wide Autobahns, any future conflict will be shaped by these impressive road networks.
This expansion set allows you to add variety to your road network, with a selection of sharp curves and intersections.
Small Carpark (x1)
Medium Carpark (x1)
Large Carpark (x1)
Carpark Ticket Vending Machine Sprue (x1)
The Carparks are made of a special flexible resin. Not only does this make them tough and resilient, it means they can conform to the contours of your battlefield, curving over hills and undulations or sitting flat on level areas.
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includes two Small Paddy Fields, two Medium Paddy Fields & two packets of GF9 static grass.
Patrolling through the countryside of Vietnam offered a variety of challenges, from the dense jungles, where the enemy could be hiding anywhere, through to open rice paddies, exposed to enemy fire and during the rainy season filled with mud.
Post War T-34 Tracks
includes one set of Post-war era T-34 tracks suitable for T-34/85 miniatures featured in Tour Of Duty & Fate On A Nation.
The T-34/85 had faithfully served the Red Army during the latter stages of World War Two and into the post-war years.
includes one PT-76 Light Tank with .50cal AAMG (for Vietnam) and AAMG (for Arab Israeli)
Originally designed as an amphibious light tank, the PT-76 started its service in the early 1950s. The tank itself became the Soviet standard reconnaissance tank. The PT-76 was widely exported and found homes in many nations’ armies including Egypt and thus The United Arab Republic.
includes two ZSU-57-2 Self-propelled Anti-aircraft guns, one Arab head sprue suitable for Fate Of A Nation, one North Vietnamese head sprue suitable for Tour Of Duty & four Rare earth magnets.
The ZSU-57-2 was a Soviet-built self-propelled anti-aircraft gun that first came into service with the Red Army in 1955. The acronym ZSU stands for Zenitnaya Samokhodnaya Ustanovka, which when translated means anti-aircraft self-propelled mount; 57 designates the calibre of the weapons and 2 states the number of gun barrels.
Meshah Meykaneykeyh Company HQ
includes one Command AK47 Assault Rifle team, two RPD LMG teams, two B-10 82mm recoilless gun teams, one Small three-hole base & four Medium four-hole bases.
The United Arab Republic followed Soviet doctrine, supporting their tanks with mechanised infantry batallions, Kuteybh Meshah Meykaneykeyh (pronounced kur-tee-bah moo-shah mee-kan-ik-ee-a) in Arabic, mounted in six-wheeled BTR-152 armoured transporters. The infantry carried a mix of AK47 assault rifles and locally made semi-automatic rifles, backed up with Soviet RPD machine-guns and B-10 recoilless guns, which the company commander could assign where they were most needed.
Meshah Meykaneykeyh Platoon
includes six AK47 Assault Rifle teams, one Blindicide team, one Small two-hole base & six Medium four-hole bases.
The United Arab Republic followed Soviet doctrine, supporting their tanks with mechanised infantry batallions, Kuteybh Meshah Meykaneykeyh (pronounced kur-tee-bah moo-shah mee-kan-ik-ee-a) in Arabic, mounted in six-wheeled BTR-152 armoured transporters. The infantry carried a mix of AK47 assault rifles and locally made semi-automatic rifles, backed up with Belgian Blindicide ('Armour Killer') Bazookas.