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Jean-Michel Tilquin (jetil)

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Royal Marines Assault Support Group, june 1944.
The single tanks of the RM, and the single operational use of the Centaur, the underpowered version of the Cromwell...


21 | 10. March, 17:46
James C
That's awesome👍
10. March, 18:41
10. March, 19:19
Rui S
Another beauty. Well done 👍
10. March, 21:15
Hopefully the British don´t drink too much cidre .... the farmer might be a German agent trying to slow down the Alied advance with biological warfare .... Anyway: very nice scene, top paint work on tank and figures. Question: what are the markings on the turret for?
11. March, 09:56
Sebastian Meyner
Beautiful work! 👍
11. March, 11:14
James C
They were used by the Royal Marines Armored Support Group on D-Day.
The numbers on the turret were to provide a bearing for infantry outside the tank to be able to direct its main gun fire, as there is a telephone at the back for communication with the crew inside.

11. March, 16:19
Jean-Michel Tilquin
James put it perfectly. And you really have a lot of imagination, Neuling. Would you ever accept a drink from a stranger?
11. March, 17:42
Thanks James, very interesting information! - Jean-Michel: it depends ........
12. March, 10:14



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