includes four Israeli decal sheets suitable for Tanks & APCs.
The Suez Crisis was the Israeli’s first experience of large-scale tank operations and it was quickly realised that if markings were not legible under normal conditions they were sure to be missed in the heat of combat. By the time of the Six-Day War broke out in June 1967 the Israeli Defence Force had significantly increased the size of vehicle markings in an attempt to make them more recognisable to friendly units.
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Arab and Jordanian Decals
includes two Arab decal sheets & two Jordanian decal sheets.
While the Jordanians had in essence adapted the British system of marking their vehicles; large geometric shapes used to indicate battalion and company. The armoured fighting vehicles of the United Arab Republic featured very few if any markings at all. Of the few vehicles that did display any type of identification, the markings were fairly straightforward. A simple number on the side of a turret or an stylised eagle were all that was deemed significant.