von BK-Nils | 10.01.2015 | eingestellt unter: Flames of War

Flames of War: Neuheiten für Fate of a Nation

Battlefront Miniatures schicken uns in die Wüste, mit weiteren Neuheiten zu Flames of War: Fate of a Nation.

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Jordanian Command Teams – 6,00 USD

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The Jordanian infantry, called Moshaaa (pronounced mohshaa) in Arabic, fought from fortified positions blocking the Israeli advance.

The Israelis still referred to Jordanian infantry as ‘legionnaires’ after their forebears in the Arab Legion. The rifle platoon followed the British organisation, although the rifles were American M1 Garand semi-automatic rifles rather than the older bolt-action Lee Enfield.

Includes two Jordanian Command Rifle team & two Small three-hole bases.

Artillery HQ & Crew – 18,00 USD

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The Jordanians were in the process of equipping several battalions with American M114 155mm howitzers when the war broke out.

Despite its new name, the howitzer is the same as the old M1 155mm howitzer that American troops used in WWII. The remainder of the Jordanian artillery was equipped with old British Ordnance Quick Firing 25 pdr guns. Despite its age, the gun still performed its job well, delivering a high volume of fire to silence targets and break up enemy attacks.

Includes one Command Rifle team, one Observer Rifle team, one Staff team, three sets of Gun Crew, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base, one Medium four-hole base, & two Base plug sprues.

Heavy Mortar Platoon – 18,00 USD

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The Ordnance Muzzle Loading 4.2” mortar was first developed by the British during World War Two to supplement the exciting stocks of 2” and 3” mortars.

The ML 4.2” mortar served the British forces well during the war and it continued to serve well into the post-war years with both British Army and numerous foreign nations around the world. One such nation was Jordan, who fielded the ML 4.2″ mortar against the Israeli Defence Force during the Six-Day War.

Includes one Command Rifle team, one Observer Rifle team, four ML 4.2″ mortars with crew, one Small three-hole base, one Small two-hole base, four Large six-hole bases, & two Base plug sprues.

M40 106mm Recoilless – 18,00 USD

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Jordanian infantry battalions and brigades had anti-tank platoons equipped with American M40 106mm recoilless guns which were more than capable of knocking out any Israeli tank in the field.

The weapon was aimed with the aid of a .50 cal spotting rifle fixed to the top of the barrel. When fired, the trajectory of the round from the spotting rifle was nearly identical to that of the 106mm round. When the spotting round impacted a potential target it gave off a small puff of smoke; allowing the crew to make the any required adjustments before properly engaging the target.

Includes four M40 106mm Recoilless guns with crew, four resin Gun Pit terrain pieces, four Large six-hole bases, & two Base plug sprues.

Mosque Walls – 25,00 USD

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Included in the box:

• 4x Fully-painted Mosque Corner Wall sections. • 2x Fully-painted Gate sections. • 1x Fully-painted Minaret.

Suitable for use with 10 – 15mm scales.

Mosque – 50,00 USD

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Included in the box:

• 1x Fully-painted Mosque with removable roof. • 1x Fully-painted Mosque turret. • 1x Fully-painted Minaret.

Suitable for use with 10 – 15mm scales.

Flames of War ist unter anderem bei unseren Partnern Fantasy Warehouse und Fantasy-In erhältlich.

Link: Battlefront Miniatures

BK-Nils

Nils, Redakteur bei Brückenkopf-Online. Seit 2001 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop: DSA Armalion. Aktuelle Projekte, Eldar für Warhammer 40.000, Imperial MoW für Warzone, ein bisschen Shadespire und zu viele unbemalte Modelle.

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Kommentare

  • Das Gelände ist wieder Top. Haben wir hier schon stehen.
    Die Jordanier sind auch sehr interessant – aber ich schlage mich auf Seiten der Israelis ( durch die hohen Punktkosten nicht so hohe Anschaffung für diese Nebenperiode 😉 )
    Nur etwas Schade das die jordanische Infanterie zum größten Teil aus alten britischen WWII Minis besteht – vielleicht sehen wir in Zukunft ja noch ein paar Resculpts…

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