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Korvessa24 Nov 2023 6:16 p.m. PST

Contemplating getting into 28mm WWII skirmish on a small scale (a platoon or so, with minimal support looking at "Nuts!" for rules, as they seem best for solo play). Because of family history, I have a particular fondness for the fighting around the bridge over the Merderet River (specifically Timmes Orchard).
US Airborne is obvious, but I will need the 91st Airlanding Division for the Germans. If I decide to go Warlord plastics, which of the following would best model the 91st?
Luftwaffe field division
German Infantrty

Martin Rapier25 Nov 2023 12:57 a.m. PST

German infantry. While the 91st was in theory an air landing division, they weren't part of the Luftwaffe and weren't a Luftwaffe field division.

Col Durnford Supporting Member of TMP25 Nov 2023 11:20 a.m. PST

I agree, just go with a standard German uniform and equipment.

You know it will not end there, but your initial unit will be useable in other service.

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