Thursday, 12 February 2015

Modern British for Middle East Ops.

Some pictures of my latest figures painted up by Neil Milne. Thanks Neil.
Modern British for Middle East Ops.

I had them painted up in the older desert cam that was worn in both Iraq and early Afghanistan, as I plan on using them for both theatres. The British Army has now switch to Multicam for all theatres.

I also have a British Challenger tank and a Warrior MICV.
All are from Empress Miniatures.

Can't wait to get them into a game.


Warrior MICV and Challenger Tank.

Challenger Tank.

Worrior MICV.

Command Squad.

Troops.

More troops.

Sniper team.

GPMG team.

Debus and clear the town.

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  1. They are really nice, and fantastic the vehicles too!

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    1. As always my friend, thanks for looking in.

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  2. Too good! Very nice stuff Spyros.

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    1. Thanks John. Time we put them into action.

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    1. Sweet looking minis! Out of curiosity, what rules system do you use for modern war?

      Thanks

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    2. Thanks Tendnce.

      We use the Force on Force rules. However Chain Of Command is supose to be bringing modern rules out.

      Here is a link to some guys I know who have been using Chain of Command with stats for Modern games. They have been playing a fictitious African Conflict. There minis also look great.

      http://www.berwickwargamesassociation.org/files-2/

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    3. Ah brilliant, thank you very much. I have been looking into chain of command, really interest.
      I am also contemplating modifying BA, any personal thoughts on that?

      Regards

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    4. I have had a thought about it.
      Haven't played Chain of Command. I like the BA System. Don't think it would be hard.
      Let me know if you have any luck.

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