Artillery Crews (Greatcoat)
includes one Command team, one Observer team, one Staff team, four gun crews for 10.5cm or 15cm howitzers, one Small three-hole bases, one Small two-hole base & one Medium four-hole base.
The artillery of the divisions sent to invade the Soviet Union have been almost universally equipped with the excellent 10.5cm leFH18 howitzer. This sturdy howitzer has superior hitting power than Soviet field guns who still mostly rely on lighter 7.62cm models.
To back up the firepower of the 10.5cm howitzers the Germans can also call on long-range guns and heavy hitting howitzers. The s10cm K18 gun is a long range gun ideal for counter-battery fire, while the punch and power of the 15cm sFH18 howitzer can deal with most difficult targets like dug-in infantry and gun positions.
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Armored Rifle Platoon dismounted Machine-guns (Late War)
You may have noticed that in an American Armored Rifle Platoon you can dismount the half-track mounted machine-guns. Both the .50 and .30 cal machine-guns can be removed and used on their ground mountings, giving them an unrivalled firepower. With the US738 pack you get two .50 cal and three .30 cal machine-guns complete with crews to represent all the half-track machine-guns for a whole platoon if you choose to dismount them (see pages 237 in the Flames Of War Rulebook).
with one Company Command Rifle team, one 2iC Command Rifle team, two 81mm mle 27/31 mortars with crew, one 60mm mle 35 mortar with crew, two Small bases & three Medium bases
includes two Command teams, one Staff team, two Observer teams, four Artillery piece crews, four Anti-tank gun crews, four Small bases & one Medium base
includes two Commander teams (with optional Panzerknacker upgrade), one Light Mortar team, one optional Anti-tank Rifle team, six Rifle / MG teams (with MG team upgrade), two Small three-hole bases, two Small tow-hole bases, six Medium four-hole bases & one Base plug sprue