In brief


Early War Miniatures has a well-earned reputation for quality across its expanding range of 20mm (1/76) wargaming products, and its Daimler Dingo is no exception.

Comprising just a single resin component, this four-wheeled armoured car (BARM1c) requires just painting before it is ready for display or wargaming, with the option of a two-man crew and light machine gun, all cast as white metal items. Considering the vehicle is an all-in-one construct, the cast detail is amazing, with extra stowage (satchels, ammunition boxes and jerrycans), neat hatch detail (all in the closed position) and even a spare wheel. See for more information.


A handsome scheme for the Lockheed Martin F-16C is the subject of Two Bobs’ new release.

Sheet 72-105, F-16C Alaskan Splinters, offers two options for Eielson-based ‘Vipers’ in three-tone low-visibility grey, with AK tailcodes. It’s a cool and current adversary splinter pattern worn by the 18th Aggressor Squadron, 354th Wing, and Two Bobs also supplies full stencilling to go with the unit markings and national insignia.

Even decoration for the air intake plugs is provided and, thankfully, the schemes are also available in 1/48 (48-259) and 1/32 (32-068) scales. Visit for further information.