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U.S. Tanker Standing Gesturing

U.S. Tanker Standing Gesturing

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U.S. Tanker Standing Gesturing, Winter, 1944-45

Enhance your World War II collection with our detailed "U.S. Tanker Standing Gesturing, Winter, 1944-45" figurine. This model captures the essence of fieldcraft communication, showcasing a U.S. tanker using hand and arm signals to direct his team during the harsh winter months of the Ardennes Offensive.

Product Details:

  • Model Number: 25215
  • Scale: 1/30
  • Finish: Matte
  • Set Includes: One figure of a U.S. tanker standing and gesturing
  • Craftsmanship: Expertly hand-painted to highlight the authentic details of the winter uniform and the command gesture

Hand and arm signals are essential fieldcraft skills, allowing soldiers to communicate silently and effectively with their squad, platoon, or fire team. Visual communication in battle is an ancient art, used long before the advent of modern technology. Even today, silent communication remains crucial, as radios can break or be intercepted. This commander is starting the "assemble" signal by raising his arm, extending his index finger, and rotating his hand at the wrist.

Additional Information:

  • Historical Context: This figurine represents a U.S. tanker during the winter of 1944-45, a period marked by intense combat and harsh conditions during the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Collector's Appeal: Ideal for military history enthusiasts and collectors of WWII memorabilia, this piece offers a realistic representation of battlefield communication and leadership.

Add this meticulously crafted U.S. Tanker to your collection to honor the strategic and tactical expertise of American armored units during one of the most challenging periods of World War II.





Care information

These are not play toys. They are collectables. Recommended for 14 yrs old and older.

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