PBR (Patrol Boat, River x2)
includes two PBR boats.
The Patrol Boat, River or PBR, was a small rigid-hulled patrol boat that was the mainstay of Operation Game Warden. PBRs did not usually operate with the Mobile Riverine Force; their mission was to interdict illicit waterway traffic and provide intelligence to the navy. Occasionally, this mission would overlap with the Mobile Riverine Force’s mission and the two would cooperate.
The PBR was usually manned by a 4-man crew. Typically, a First Class Petty Officer served as boat captain, with a gunner's mate, an engineman and a seaman on board. Each crewman was cross-trained in each other's job in case one became unable to carry out his duties. Generally, PBRs operated in pairs under the command of a patrol officer, who rode on one of the boats.
With a shallow-draught fibreglass hull and water jet drive, the PBR could operate in the shallow, weed-choked rivers of the Mekong Delta. The dual 180hp pump-jet drives, which could be pivoted to reverse direction, made the boat extremely fast and nimble. PBRs did not have much in the way of armour protection - just some shielding for the .50-cal machine guns and upright steel armour plates in the midships. Instead, the boats were designed to rely on acceleration and maneuverability to get out of trouble.
With fibreglass hulls, light patrol boats rely on their acceleration, speed, and manoeuvrability to protect them.
PBR Mk II boats have a 3+ Vehicle Save as though they were Recce teams. However, they are not automatically Destroyed if they fail the save. Instead, the opponent must make a Firepower Test to Destroy them, otherwise the boat escapes unharmed.
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Local Forces Anti-Aircraft Company
Includes a Command rifle team, 3 Type 54 12.7mm AA MG teams, one Small three-hole base & three Medium four-hole bases.
The Type 54 machine-gun weighs in at 152kg (346 lb), but breaks down into small enough loads to be carried anywhere, then set up ready to ambush Imperialist helicopters, driving them from the skies of Vietnam.
includes two pre-painted Island huts with separate roofs.
Built from a variety of materials, the Island huts were simple buildings and could be found throughout the Pacific. The tenacious Japanese defenders would hold each village with devastating ferocity.