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Typhoon Driver

Mitches Military Models brings its figures up to date with this stunning 120mm scale five-piece ensemble.

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War-Weary Soldiers

This newly tooled selection of 1/35 figures from Tamiya represents five Wehrmacht infantrymen as they appeared during World War Two’s ‘middle’ period.

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Post-War Breakaway

ToRo Model has continued its range of Silesian Uprising figures with that of Lt Robert Oszek, who formed a naval special assault squad and was involved in the battle of Annaberg in May 1921.

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Loaders and Fixers

Although intended for its ‘Art of Tactic’ wargaming system, Zvezda’s quintet of 1/72 Luftwaffe ground crew – including a bomb-carrying trolley – is equally suitable for adding to aircraft maintenance dioramas.

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Shirtsleeves and Shorts

ICM has added another trio of aircrew to its range of 1/32 figures with this selection representing two pilots and an officer wearing uniform suitable for the hot and humid conditions experienced in World War Two’s tropical theatres.

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Legionary Commander

Comprising 42 components plus a three-part base, this ICM release depicts a 1st Century Roman Centurion, complete with distinctive Scutum shield, Galea helmet and Gladius short sword.

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AIRBORNE KROMUSKIT

CMK has released this 1/35 US paratrooper equipped with an M18 57mm recoilless rifle, nicknamed the ‘Kromuskit’ after an amalgamation of its designers’ names.

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CONSPICUOUS CONSCRIPTS

Modellers can model the brightly coloured uniforms worn by the French Army’s Zouaves regiments during early World War One thanks to these 1/35 figures from ICM.

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ROCKET MEN

Comprising 14 wonderfully detailed components, these 1/24 figures from BarracudaCast depict a pair of RAF armourers constructing an RP-3 unguided rocket prior to fitting it on an aircraft.

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ALLIANCE ARMY

Italeri’s 1/72 NATO Troops are ideal for wargaming or adding to 1980s Cold War dioramas as each of the 48 figures are mounted on a base to aid stability.