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British: No2 Commando

Basis of impression No2 Commando were one of the Army Commando units set up in WW2 and were disbanded after WW2. They were not associated with the Royal Marines like the current British Commandos are. The uniform for No2 comman...
by Yith
 

 
 
Heer ranks

Ranks of the Heer

For the WW2 airsofter who wants to put together a German impression the temptation to make yourself anything other than a private soldier is often too hard to resist. Although there are obviously no rules on which ranks you can...
by BedsnHerts
 

 
 

US: 82nd Airborne

Basis of impression Pictured is an impression of a Normandy-era 82nd Airborne Rifleman with an M1 Garand. 82nd Airborne were involved in the war from the invasion of Sicily and Italy before the Normandy campaign. They are often...
by admin
 

 

 

So, you wanna do German?

Introduction his is a series of short articles designed to help people create an accurate impression of a German soldier, without wasting money on unnecessary or substandard items. It is not a complete guide to every piece of G...
by Steiner
 

 
 

Japanese: Basic impression

Basis of impression The intention is to show how easily and cheaply a basic Japanese uniform can be to put together, as I feel this is the biggest obstacle in the way of a PTO game. It details the use of substitute, rather than...
by mikoyan99
 

 
 
Gebirgsjager

German: Gebirgsjäger

History Under the Treaty of Versailles Germany had been allowed only one battalion of mountain troops or “Gebirgsjäger” plus some ancillary mountain companies, however in Austria nearly half the standing army were mountain...
by prideofengland
 

 

 

German: Fallschirmjäger

FJR2 Fallschirmjäger – Basis of impression Both Fallschirmjäger in the picture are wearing the type 3 Splinter B jump smock and Fallschirmjäger Jump Trousers. You can see from the kit list above and the photo, that Fal...
by admin
 

 
 

USSR: Winter, basic impression

Basis of impression A cheap way to build a basic Soviet infantry impression is to use post war items appropriate for the ww2 period. Many ww2 items remained almost unchanged postwar and continued to be used throughout the cold ...
by Lardassmonkey
 

 
 

US: 101st Airborne

“The Screaming Eagles” – Basis of impression Pictured is an impression of a Autumn/Winter “Operation Market Garden/Bastogne” era 101st Airborne Junior NCO with an M1a1 Thompson. 101st Airborne were involve...
by admin