Saturday, October 31, 2015

The Red Cap

Made this stand for my British 


No idea if they routinely used dogs during WW2


Limited real use in game terms, could fire as 'other' or maybe a recon stand


Only one run-in ever with these people during my service time - caution, do not snort too much vodka off a teaspoon :) :)


Changed the webbing to white.

13 comments:

  1. Nice one Al. The whiter webbing is the way o go for these characters.

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    1. Cheers mate, might do some on bikes too

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    2. In ww2 dogs mostly for sentury duty. Today we yanks use them fer everything. We even have airborn dogs. I knew a guy with a dog tht sniffs for plutonium.

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    3. In ww2 dogs mostly for sentury duty. Today we yanks use them fer everything. We even have airborn dogs. I knew a guy with a dog tht sniffs for plutonium.

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  2. That is a great little vignette Al! We got chased by a couple of Landrovers full of these jokers in Kowloon back in the 80's. We were marching down the street as a Mess from one bar to another. Very Orderly!
    Cheers
    Col

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    1. Thanks Col, gotta keep em tidy :)

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  3. well done mate , fkn MP's .. hey what makes the wof ( dog ) waterloo1815?

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    1. :) the dog is W1815, I need the rest for my marine project

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  4. Good one

    How about a German or Italian commando attack on Monty's HQ

    This dude is the last line of defense before the Axis get to Winston

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  5. Good one

    How about a German or Italian commando attack on Monty's HQ

    This dude is the last line of defense before the Axis get to Winston

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