Die Deutschen bekommen bei Flames of War schwer gepanzerten Nachschub.
Den Anfang macht der Puma, von dem man direkt 4 Varianten bauen kann:
Puma Panzerspäh Platoon (6 Stk.) – 54,00 USD
includes six Sd Kfz 234 plastic sprues, two plastic Tank Commander sprues, two Gun Crew sprues, and one Decal sheet.
The Sd Kfz 234 was designed as a replacement to the earlier Sd Kfz 231 and 232 eight-wheeled armoured cars. The Sd Kfz 234/2 Puma was the first variant produced and was armed with a 5cm KwK 39/1 L/60 and co-axial machine-gun mounted in a fully-enclosed turret.
Und als Zweites kommt der allseits beliebte Tiger in seiner I E Variante:
Tiger I E Platoon (5 Stk.) – 45,00 USD
includes five plastic Tiger I E sprues, one plastic Tank Commander sprue, two printed objective markers, nine TANKS cards & two Decal sheets.
When the Tiger was introduced in 1942 it was a weapon unequalled in performance and protection, there was little the Allies in the Tunisia or Russia could do to knock them out. It had its disadvantages (it was slow and a little unreliable to start with), but at the time its clear advantages outweighed these.
Die Beschreibung bezieht sich dabei auf die limitierte “Tigers Marsch Edition”:
Link: Flames of War