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GHQOnline Sponsoring Member of TMP09 Dec 2016 5:26 p.m. PST

We continue to get a lot of new customers who tell us that they are using GHQ miniatures to play Team Yankee. Some of them are initially kind of hesitant to tell us this. Don't be, there is absolutely no reason to be uncomfortable about using our miniatures with Team Yankee. At this point there are well over 1000 people who are in Facebook groups that are doing the same thing, and a large unknown number of others who are out there. We don't care which rules you use, and we really value your feedback! That's why we snuck in a previously unpublished new release- the Czechoslovakian T-55AM2. We had so many Team Yankee players contact us that we just couldn't say "No". Here it is, get it and play the Czechs in Team Yankee now!




We want to thank all of you out there who took the time to send us your suggestions! We really do listen to our customers. What else would you like to see us make?

Thank you for your support,

Mako1109 Dec 2016 5:39 p.m. PST

Still, no MBT-70s, after decades, but the new T-55 is a nice addition.

coopman09 Dec 2016 5:55 p.m. PST

That is awesome. Thanks!

Prince Alberts Revenge10 Dec 2016 12:33 p.m. PST

Who else has operated this tank? I saw that Sri Lanka has some.

The Real Bill10 Dec 2016 12:55 p.m. PST

This looks really nice! I was wondering the same thing as Prince. So many of the T-55 variants are in-house, home grown upgrades that it's hard to keep track. Outwardly this looks a lot like the Soviet T-55AM. I saw someplace that the Polish built T-55AM2's too- is that the same T-55AM2? Can this be used for any other WarPacs? Regardless, this will be a great addition for the Czechs in TY.

Greg G110 Dec 2016 5:17 p.m. PST

The East Germans had the T-55AM2B built in Czechoslovakia, some were painted up in the Green/Black/Grey colour scheme.

Airborne Engineer11 Dec 2016 6:18 p.m. PST

GHQ, great attitude regarding customers playing competitor's rules with your minis! Some manufacturers think they need to limit their customer base to only those who will exclusively use their minis with their rules. They ignore those who would use their minis with other rules, and those that use their rules with other minis.


The Real Bill11 Dec 2016 8:31 p.m. PST

Is the T-55AM2B the same basic prototype as the T-55AM2, just the East German designation? It looks like this model could be a good stand in for a few different countries.

Rod I Robertson12 Dec 2016 9:56 a.m. PST

Mmmmmm. Looks goooooood! Me want. But so expensive. Almost $100 USD for a tank battalion in a MMR. Must resist.

Tears and good gaming.
Rod Robertson.

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