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The ASLAV-PC armored personnel carrier is a member of Australian armored vehicles family. It vehicle is generally based on the Canadian Bison APC and is powered by the Detroit Diesel 6V53T diesel engine, developing 275 horsepower. It is capable of either four or eight wheel drive. The ASLAV-PC is fully-amphibious with 3 minute preparation.

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The M1A2 represents the U.S. Army’s technological improvement of the basic M1A1 design and the most modern battle tank in the world. The most notable exterior changes on the M1A2 are the redesigned Commander's Weapon Station (CWS) and the addition of a Commander's Independent Thermal Viewer) on the left side of the turret forward of the loader's hatch....

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The Panther F is a Rank IV German medium tank with a battle rating of 6.0 (AB/RB) and 6.7 (SB). It was introduced in during the Closed Beta Test for Ground Forces before Update 1.41. The Panther F introduces a new Schmaltürme turret for the Panther design.

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The Merkava Mk.3 main battle tank is a successor to the Mk.2. The Merkava Mk.3 has the same layout as its predecessors. It reflects the unique requirements of Israeli MoD. This tank has improved armor protection, firepower and mobility. Protection of this main battle tank was improved by adding passive modular armor. The Mk.3 is also fitted with a laser...

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The M113A1 was configured for a two-man crew—a commander/gunner and driver—and 11 other soldiers. It included a hydraulically operated rear ramp for rapid exit. The ramp also had a hatch for access when it was up. The driver had four M17 periscopes, and his hatch could mount an M19 infrared periscope for night movements. 

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The Wirbelwind was one of several mobile anti-aircraft platforms built on the Panzer IV chassis. The vehicle featured a turret with a 2 cm Flakvierling 38; the turret could traverse as expected and was enclosed on the sides but not the top. In combat the 2cm gun was deemed ineffective against aircraft.

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Jagdpanzer 38(t) (Sd.Kfz. 138/2), later known as Hetzer (chaser), was a German light tank destroyer of the Second World War based on a modified Czechoslovakian Panzer 38(t) chassis.

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Kit includes 100lbs bomb 500lbs bomb 1000lbs bomb 1600lbs armor-piercin bomb 2000lbs bomb Motor tug Depth charges 5-inch HVAR Mk.13 torpedo Cart

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The M60 is a main battle tank initially introduced in 1960. Over its lifetime the M60 saw many updates to the interior layout, expanding the vehicles service life over four decades. The M60 remains widely used throughout the world today, even while being superseded by the M1 Abrams in the U.S military. 

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The Panzer IV, in its many versions, was one of the most widely used German tanks of WWII. The Panzer IV was powered by a Maybach V-12 engine which provided over 300hp and was connected to the drive sprockets via a 6-speed transmission. The H-model of this tank was introduced in 1943 and featured thicker armor to provide better protection against the...

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Germany began building assault guns, Sturmgeschutz, prior to World War II. In late 1943 they began a stopgap measure to convert a PzKpfw IV Ausf H & G chassis into an assault gun by adding the superstructure of the StuG III to the chassis of the Pz IV. 

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The FV4030/4 Challenger 1 is a British main battle tank (MBT) used by the British Army from 1983 to the mid-1990s and is currently used by the Royal Jordanian Army as its main battle tank after heavy modifications. (This is a Korean kit with English manual)

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The T-72 is a Soviet second-generation main battle tank that entered production in 1971. About 20,000 T-72 tanks were built, making it one of the most widely produced post–World War II tanks. (This is a Korean kit with English manual)

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The K9 Thunder is a South Korean self-propelled 155 mm howitzer developed to supplement and then replace the K55 self-propelled howitzers in South Korean service. The K9 Thunder saw the first combat during the Bombardment of Yeonpyeong on November 23, 2010. Six ROKMC howitzers engaged against the surprise attack from the North Korean artillery.

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The K9 Thunder is a South Korean self-propelled 155 mm howitzer developed to supplement and then replace the K55 self-propelled howitzers in South Korean service. K9 howitzers operate in groups with the K10 automatic ammunition resupply vehicle. They saw the first combat during the Bombardment of Yeonpyeong on November 23, 2010.  (This is a Korean kit...

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The T-34/85 entered production in 1944 as an improvement over the main battle tank of the day, the T-34/76. This new tank featured heavier armor to withstand the increased firepower of the latest German tanks, a larger turret to house the new 85mm S-53 main gun, and internal stowage for 56 rounds of ammunition. In addition, the tank was also equipped with...

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The M1 evolved from its original 105mm M68 L/52 main gun in common with the earlier M60A1/A3 to the Rheinmetall 120mm smoothbore M256A1 L/44 gun. In addition to its advanced armor protection and fire control system, the Abrams was the first to employ a gas turbine engine for propulsion in place of the conventional diesel engines used by nearly all other...

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The lead elements of the Schwere SS-Panzer Abteilung 101 reached the front in Normandy on 12 June 1944, six days after the Allied landings. By the end of June, the 1.Kompanie had lost 15 of its 45 Tigers and was pulled out in July to refit with the Tiger II. The 101st still had 25 Tigers of which 21 were operational on 7 August 1944 but these were all...

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The Sd.Kfz.182 Königstiger would be the last tank series to reach production and combat operations before the end of the war. The design was an evolutionary development of the Tiger I featuring thicker armor than the Tiger I while also incorporating the sloped surfaces of the Panther series for more effective protection.

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The M2 Bradley, or Bradley IFV, is an American infantry fighting vehicle manufactured by BAE Systems Land and Armaments, formerly United Defense as part of the Bradley Fighting Vehicle family. As with other infantry fighting vehicles, the Bradley is designed to transport infantry with armor protection while providing covering fire to suppress enemy troops...

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The M4A3 was the main medium tank used by the US Army in Europe starting in the Fall of 1944 until the end of the war. The A3 version had the Ford 8-cyclinder GAA 500 horse powered engine. The (76)W stands for the 76mm gun version with the T23 turret and the "Wet" ammo storage bins built into the floor surrounded by a jacket filled with an anti-freeze...

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The Panzerkampfwagen VI was Germany's most important tank during WW2. It remained in mass production throughout the war, and with some 8,000 units produced, it represented more than one-third of Germany's entire wartime tank production. As the backbone of the German Panzer Divisions, it was often called their "workhorse". 

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The German Jagdpanther is regarded by the ordnance experts as one of the best tracked weapons systems during the World War 2. The awesome Pak43/3, L71 88mm gun was mounted on the proven Panther medium tank chassis. The gun was installed into the box shaped superstructure which used thick steel armor of 80mm at the front and 50mm at the sides.

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The "Sturmtiger" was an assault weapon that mounted a gigantic 38cm caliber mortar on the tank chassis. Development was initiated in August 1943 and was intended for uses against heavily fortified areas. Th short barreled L/5.4, type RW61 mortar was originally developed by Rheinmetall-Borsig, for the German navy's land-based protection against an enemy...

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Because of its many advanced and innovative features, the World War II German Panzerkampfwagen V, known as the "Panther" tank, is still considered by many ordnance experts as a weaponry masterpiece. The development of the Panther came about due to the successes generated by the Russian T-34, which has become a serious threat to the German forces during...

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Because of its many advanced and innovative features, the World War II German Panzerkampfwagen V, known as the "Panther" tank, is still considered by many ordnance experts as a weaponry masterpiece. The development of the Panther came about due to the successes generated by the Russian T-34, which has become a serious threat to the German forces during...

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Developed during the early 1980's, the M1 Abrams tank benefited from the latest technological wonders of the time, giving it enormous advantage on any battlefield. The turret, being very angular and squat, had a very roomy interior. This angular design was combined with Chobham armor for excellent protection against the kinetic energy from hollow charge...

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In 1931, the German Arm Weapons Agency began to research rocket technology. In 1941, the NbW 41 28/32cm rockets were the first rockets deployed to the front lines. These rockets could be launched from their simple launch frames. During WWII, the German army used the Sd. Kfz 251/1 as a mobile rocket launcher. The vehicle was equipped with five NbW 28cm...

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Of the many assault guns utilized by the Germans in WWII, the most numerous was the Sturmgeschutz III. Based on the durable Panzer III chassis with a completely new superstructure, the revolving turret was eliminated and the short barreled 75mm L/24 gun was mounted directly onto the hull, giving the StuG III an extremely low vehicle profile. 

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In the 1930's, a British mission observed the field maneuvers of the Russian army and were impressed by the performance of some of their tanks, which were influenced by the designs of American Walter Christie. The British decided to develop their own fast "cruiser" tank for their army and their efforts eventually resulted in the Crusader.

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The rugged Panzer III was used in all theaters by the German army in WWII and was well-liked due to its reliability. The size limitations of the tank's chassis meant that armament upgrades were limited and its usefulness as a battle tank diminished as the Allies produced more advanced and powerful tanks. The Ausf.N was modified into an infantry support...

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As the Luftwaffe lost air superiority, Allied fighter-bombers proved to be an increasingly dangerous threat to the German army, and plans were developed to produce a purpose-built mobile antiaircraft platform to protect the ground units from air attack. The Wirbelwind was based on the proven Pz.kpfw.IV chassis and featured a uniquely-shaped open turret...

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Although replaced on the front lines by more capable tanks, the British Crusader cruiser tank was still useful in other roles. The Crusader Mk.III was used as a base to meet a requirement for a mobile anti-aircraft gun, resulting in the Crusader AA Mk.I, which featured a Bofors 40mm cannon mounted in an open topped turret.

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Appearing in 1944, the King Tiger was Germany's final production model heavy tank. The tank featured armor of 100mm thickness on front and 80mm on sides, and it mounted the same 88mm high velocity main gun as seen on the Tiger I. The ability to penetrate 152mm thick armor plate from a distance of 2,000 meters, coupled with strong defensive capability made...

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As Britain struggled to develop tanks capable of equaling the superior German Panzers, the decision was made to convert existing stocks of M4 Sherman tanks. The so-called Sherman Firefly featured a long-barreled 17 pdr. anti-tank gun, that was much more effective than the original 75mm gun, capable of penetrating a Tiger I's frontal armor at over 1,000...

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When first introduced in late 1930's, the KVI was no doubt one of the most powerful tanks in the world, and a complete secret. It was built to be completely "bulletproof", and was shot proof against 37 or 50mm Anti-Tank Guns with it's thick 100mm armor. This heavy tank, weighing around 45 tons with crew of five, was armed with 76.2mm main gun and two MGs.

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The most numerous version of the StuG III, over 7800 type G guns were produced between December 1942 and April 1945. The early G-type had a welded-type gun mantlet, while an 80mm thick cast Saukopf gun mantlet was added in February 1944. The superstructure was redesigned and an MG42 machine gun with shield, commander's vision cupola and smoke dischargers...

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With approximately 50,000 units produced during WWII, the U.S. Army's series of M4 Sherman tanks were one of the driving forces behind Allied victory. Designed for efficient mass production and including room for future modifications, the M4 series boasted superior ground performance with excellent reliability.

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One of the most successful tanks fielded by the British in WWII, the Cromwell compared favorably with tanks of similar weight such as the Sherman and Panzer IV. This was a very good dual-purpose gun, able to destroy enemy anti-tank guns at long range, or penetrate the frontal armor of a Panzer IV at normal battle ranges.

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The Marder III series tank was designed using the chassis of the obsolete 38(t) tank made by the Czech company CKD. This tank destroyer was developed to counter the Russian T-34 and KV-1 tanks. The initial version of the Marder was armed with the PaK 36(r) 7.62cm anti-tank gun. Addition versions of the Marder were created based on the 38(t) tank.

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Equipped with the awesome 88mm main gun, 100mm thick armor at the front, 80mm armor on the sides, and a 650hp Maybach engine, the Tiger I is widely considered to be the most powerful and sophisticated tank of its time. Henschel produced over 1,300 Tiger I heavy tanks during the period of World War II, ranging from initial production to modified late...

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The Russian Heavy Tank JS-2 was built to counter the German Tiger I. The JS-2, which was put into production in December 1943 during the latter half of WWII, had a long powerful 122mm gun and superior armor. From August, 1944 the hatch on the front glacis was deleted, which greatly improved its frontal protection. 

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Britain was supplied with a number of American M10 tank destroyers under the Lend-Lease program. The M10 was based upon the famed M4 Sherman tank, but with lighter and more highly sloped armor which allowed the M10 to reach higher speeds. The British switched the original U.S. 3-inch gun with their own powerful 17-pounder on over 1,000 M10s, changing the...

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Of the many variables that take affect any conflict, supply and mobility are the most pressing.Germany realized this very early and developed a number of vehicles for this purpose,including the Sd.Kfz 251 half-track. This machine became the centerpiece of their mechanized corps throughout WWII. It could drive on difficult terrain and could easily tow...

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The Elefant's chassis was developed by Porsche in the design competition for the Tiger I. With armor plates, up to 200mm thick and a powerful long-caliber 8.8cm gun, it was a formidable piece of equipment, and served German troops until the end of WWII.

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Germany's versatile Stug III was originally designed as an assault weapon, however also came to be used as a weapon of defense as the war progressed, providing both assault gun and anti-tank support. The Stug III featured a monoblock structure with an L24 75mm short barreled gun mounted directly to the hull, eliminating the revolving turret and reducing...

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The Tiger I featured a powerful 88mm gun as well as excellent armor and was the greatest opponent to Allied forces during WWII. It incorporated large steel road wheels with built-in rubber rings and an overhauled turret with periscope in front of the loader's hatch, the commander's viewport replaced by seven individual periscopes, and ventilators moved to...

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Marder III was the name for a series of World War II German tank destroyers. They mounted either Soviet 76.2 mm F-22 Model 1936 divisional field guns, or German 7.5 cm PaK 40, in an open-topped fighting compartment on top of the chassis of the Panzer 38(t).

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This Large-Scale 1/16 model recreates a late production version of the Jagdpanther, the German tank destroyer which terrorized enemy armor during WWII with its powerful L/71 8.8cm gun. It was first assigned to units from June 1944 and saw action in Normandy, the Ardennes Offensive and the Eastern Front as Nazi German forces were worn down towards the end...

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Simulating Zimmerit (an anti-magnetic mine coating used on German vehicles in mid-late WWII) on models using putty enhances the model’s presence and realism but at the same time requires advanced modeling skills and is time consuming. This dedicated sticker sheet enables easier reproduction of Zimmerit on the 1/35 scale German Assault Tank IV Brummbär...

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Production of the M2 Infantry Fighting Vehicles began in 1980. Based on operations in the Gulf War in 1991, a further improved M2A2 ODS (Operation Desert Storm) was later developed in 1996. The M2A2 ODS featured the latest in electronics, including a laser range finder, missile countermeasure device, GPS and digital compass antenna sensor.

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The M5A1 light tank which was developed from the M3 Stuart light tank was put into production from January 1943. It was powered by twin four-stroke V8 300hp Cadillac gasoline engines which enabled a top speed of 58km/h. It came armed with a 37mm main gun and two 7.92mm machine guns and featured additional armor plating on the turret's right side to...

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The rugged Panzer kampfwagen III was used in all theaters by the German army in WWII and was well-liked due to its reliability. However, the size limitations of the tank's chassis meant that armament upgrades were limited and its usefulness as a battle tank diminished as the Allies produced more advanced and powerful tanks.

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The first vehicle to use the chassis of the Panzer IV tank as a base was the Self Propelled AA Gun Mobelwagen. The mass-production model started to be manufactured in February 1944. It was equipped with a powerful 3.7 Flak 43 cannon capable of firing 250 shots/min, and thick armored plates surrounding the upper part of the vehicle, which could be raised...

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The versatile Stug III was originally designed as an assault weapon, however also came to be used as a weapon of defense as the war progressed, providing both assault gun and anti-tank support. It featured a monoblock structure with an L24 75mm short barreled gun mounted directly to the hull, eliminating the revolving turret and reducing overall height.

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During the later stages of WWII, the heavy tank destroyer Jadgtiger (which weighed in excess of 70 tons and had an impressive 12.8cm gun and thick armor) was the heaviest tank seen on both the eastern and western fronts.

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Since 1943, during World War II, there appeared an unusually fast tank on the European Front that silhoueted among its German Mechanized Division. This was the "Panther" medium tank, with its formidable power of attack and fast maneuverability, that soon became an object of terror to men of the Allied Forces.

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Modern Russian tanks are well known for superb mobility and a distinctive, low silhouette, offering as small a target as possible on the battlefield. The T72 was created in an attempt to simplify the overall design; improve its maintenance capability; and to also enhance productivity.

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Compared to the Challenger 1 MBT that saw service during the Gulf War, the Challenger 2 features improved second generation Chobham armor capable of withstanding armor piercing and shape charge rounds. The fire control system was updated with the latest digital technology, including a panoramic Commander's sight with built-in laser rangefinder and a...

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The 6-wheeled Sd.Kfz. armored cars were produced from the early 1930s as German forces rearmed and mechanized. Based on a civilian vehicle chassis, they utilized sloped armor and a 20mm cannon. Even though these vehicles were replaced by 8-wheeled counterparts during that time, they still saw action in Poland and France during WWII.

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