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Battlefront Miniatures Sponsoring Member of TMP of Battlefront Miniatures writes:

Jagdpanzer IV Platoon (GBX151)

Flames of War – D-Day German Support Releases

The Jagdpanzer IV is the first fully-armored specialist tank-hunter to enter mass production. Combining the mobility and firepower of the Panzer IV tank in a low-slung, well-armored chassis, the Jagdpanzer is well suited to its role.

Hummel Artillery Battery (GBX158)

Flames of War – D-Day German Support Releases

The Hummel (Bumblebee) has seen extensive use since Kursk, where it entered service. Built on the Panzer IV chassis, the Hummel mounts a powerful 15cm howitzer that gives excellent service in support of panzer attacks.

Wespe Artillery Battery (GBX155)

Flames of War – D-Day German Support Releases

The Wespe (Wasp) self-propelled howitzer first saw action at Kursk in 1943. Based on the reliable Panzer II chassis, the vehicle quickly proved itself well suited for supporting armored units. Its weapon is the standard 10.5cm howitzer, which provides powerful mobile artillery firepower to the panzer divisions they support.

Sd Kfz 7/1 Quad AA Platoon (GBX159)

Flames of War – D-Day German Support Releases

The Sd Kfz 7/1 half-track is armed with quadruple-mounted 20mm anti-aircraft guns, giving each vehicle a tremendous rate of fire of 1,800 rounds per minute. With that much fire in the sky, any Allied aircraft will have a very difficult time attacking panzer spearheads.

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