American Patton’s Fighting First army
Flames of War release the WW2 fighting first Patton's army. The American's came into the war after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbour. This is a great starting set to build your army there is enough tanks to play a small game the add more as you go along. There is a wide range of tanks, troops and guns to build your army. There is also a book to help you build your lists.
All box's have Unit cards that help to make the game play better.
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Flames of war release Patton’s Fighting First army starter set for your WW2 games.
Flames of war release the American Armored Rifle Platoon in Plastic for your American army. There is never enough infantry in the Armored Divisions to go around, so support from armored infantry companies is always in high demand.
Flames of war release the M3 Lee Tank Platoon in Plastic for your American army. As a temporary solution, the hull of a pre-war M2A1 medium tank was modified to take a short M2 75mm gun in a limited traverse sponson in the right front of the hull, while retaining a 37mm gun in the turret. This odd, ungainly vehicle was far from perfect, but it was nevertheless an effective tank that filled a much-needed role at a crucial time. This was used by the British army and called the grant which did not have the top turret.
Flames of War release the American M4 Sherman Tank Platoon in Plastic for your American army. The M4A1 model, recognisable by its distinctive rounded single-piece cast upper hull, is the first Sherman variant to enter combat with the US armored forces. Most of the initial production run of the original M4 variant, with its sharpsided welded upper hull, were supplied to the British through the Lend-Lease programme.
Flames of War release the American M10 3 Inch Tank Destroyer Platoon in plastic for your American army. The most potent weapon the US Army has in Tunisia for dealing with enemy tanks is the M10 tank destroyer. It has one job: to stalk and destroy enemy tanks.
Flames of War release the American Rifle Company in plastic for your American army. What army would be complete with out the infantry. The US ‘doughboys’ are not yet battle-hardened, but they are no slouches. Their lack of experience is partly overcome by their long and rigorous training.
Flames of War release the American M7 Priest Armored Artillery Battery in plastic. While towed artillery is fine for the infantry divisions, an armored force requires a good self-propelled artillery piece which can keep up with the tanks as they advance.
Flames of War release the American P 40 Warhawk Fighter Flight for your American army. The Curtiss P-40 is the US Army Air Forces' main fighter-bomber in the North African theatre. It may not be the USAAF’s best fighter—its dogfighting capabilities are outmatched by the Luftwaffe's best fighters—but it is well suited to the ground-attack role, posing a serious threat to both armoured and soft-skinned targets.
Flames of War release the American Armored Recon Patrol for your American army. Each Armored Recon Platoon has two patrols of four vehicles each. The US Army likes its reconnaissance units to pack a punch. The M3A1 carries three machine-guns—one .50-calibre (12.7mm) and two .30 calibre (7.62 mm) mounted on a sliding rail around the top of the passenger compartment. Before it speeds back to report on enemy positions, it is more than capable of mowing down any enemy infantry caught in the open.