Honey Armoured Troop
includes five plastic Honey tanks, one plastic Tank Commander sprue, one Decal sheets and four Unit Cards.
The M3 Stuart Light Tank is the first American- madetank supplied to the British Army under the lend-lease programme. One of its intended roles was infantry support. But to the British, infantry tanks are slow and heavily armoured, so the Honey is employed in the same way as the British-built cruisers. Compared with earlier British-designed tanks, it is much less prone to breaking down—so reliable that its drivers call it a ‘Honey’.
The Honey's armour is not bad for a light tank, but unlike its big brother the Grant, it can't go toe-to-toe with the German panzers—not if its crew want to live for long. With eight forward gears and two reverse, the Honey can get itself out of trouble quickly if it has to.
When they received the M3, the British found many things about its internal layout to be awkward. They quickly made adaptations to improve the tank's usability, including moving the turret traverse controls to the left-hand side, giving control of the turret to the gunner. With space in the turret limited, the tank was designed for the commander to also act as the gunner.
This was far from ideal, because the commander is the tank's eyes and ears, and when operating the gun his vision is too limited to command effectively. The British overcame this by shifting crew functions. In combat, the commander would move to the rear of the turret while the assistant driver would climb up and man the gun.
Plastic Honey Sprue (x5)
Plastic Tank Commander Sprue (x1)
Decal Sheet (x1)
7th Armoured Divison (x1
Movement Orders (x1)
Honey Armoured Squadron HQ (x1)
Honey Armoured Troop (x1)
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15mm Arabic Rural Dwelling 3
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Flames of War Rulebook (MW)
The 4th Edition of Flames Of War is bigger (and smaller) than ever, with a new rulebook that is slimmer than previous editions but retains all the tactical challenges that you have come to expect from Flames Of War.
includes eight Destroyed Markers.
To represent the chaos of a World War Two battlefield, we've created a unique set of Destroyed Markers. These useful markers can be used to represent destroyed tanks, guns, trucks, half-tracks and just about anything else you might find on the Flames Of War battlefield.
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Desert Rats Tokens
includes two Ranged In tokens, four Foxholes tokens, eight Pinned Down tokens, one Leader token, four Gone To Ground tokens and one Anti-Aircraft token.
Even though they are toy soldiers, your troops react to heavy fire like real soldiers. Sometimes they get pinned down or bail out of their tanks. They can dig foxholes for protection or go to ground, hiding from the enemy. Tokens help you keep track of the state of your troops.