RAF 2nd Tactical Air Force RCAF Jeep
Issue 1 Vol 20 of the IPMS Canada magazine "Random Thoughts" (RT) Included a decal sheet for aircraft and vehicles in various scales. Among them were markings for this Jeep serving with the 39 Reconnaissance wing of the 2nd Tactical Air Force in Denmark in 1945.
BRIXMIS vehicle plates
BRIXMIS (British Commanders'-in-Chief Mission to the Soviet Forces in Germany) existed from 1946 to maintain liaison between the Staff of the British and Soviet Commanders-in-Chief and their Military Governments in the respective Zones of occupation. The members of Brixmis used a variety of vehicles such as Opel Kapitän in the 1950s, followed by Opel Admiral and the Opel Senator the Range Rover and in the 1980s the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. A wealth of information and photos can be found on the internet.
Any particular number plate required can be ordered in any scale.
Price 1/72 (4 sets of plates) 1 Euro 1/35 (2 sets of plates)
M47 tank "HELLAS"
The first M47 tanks to enter service with the Hellenic Army often carried names on the glacis plate (see instruction sheet of set LM 35003). The first tank of the type to enter service was named HELLAS (Greece).
This set of markings in 1/35 scale costs 1 Euro. If ordered with set LM 35003 the additional markings cost 0.50 Euro.
LMX 0070 Hellenic Army M109 series vehicles
The Hellenic army has five different versions of the well known self propelled howitzer in service: the M109A1B, M109A2, M109A5, M109GEA1 and M109GEA2. The markings on all the versions are virtually identical with only small detail differences. The markings for any individual vehicle can be printed to order in any scale required.
The tactical signs and their holders used on these vehicles can be found in sets LM 72008, LM72008-2 and LM 35010 and LM 35010-2 for 1/72 and 1/35 scales respectively.
Hellenic Army M109-based FDC
The Hellenic Army uses a unique type of FDCV (Fire Direction Centre Vehicle) based on the M109 chassis and externally very similar to the M992 FAASV (Field Artillery Ammunition Supply Vehicle). These have been in service since the late 1980's. Until recently most retained their overall CARC green finish but lately some units have started camouflaging their vehicles in the Greek 4-colour camouflage similar to the US MERDC pattern. The markings for any individual vehicle can be printed to order in any scale required.
The tactical signs and their holders used on these vehicles can be found in sets LM 72008, LM72008-2 for 1/72 scale and in sets LM 35010 and LM 35010-2 for 1/35 scale.