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20mm U.S. Army Specialists, Episode 6

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tinned fruit writes:

The dog pack used to include a running version designed to be used with this figure which was described as "Dog handler running" in the Platoon 20 paper catalogue.

It's meant to a dog lead in his hand.

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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian writes:

I'm still exploring the mysterious contents of the U.S. Specialists pack from the Charlie Company 20mm Vietnam War range. While the range is still available, this pack is no longer in production, and I was unable to get further information about these figures from the manufacturer.

Three Vietnam figures

In our previous episode, we stumped you with three identical figures, unarmed. This time, we have three different figures – what are they?

Three Vietnam figures

The figures in this pack were painted for TMP by Fernando Enterprises, a professional painting service in Sri Lanka.

Figure One

Figure One

Here we have a man with a pistol in his right hand, a device in his left hand, and a dew-wrag around his head.

Figure One

What can that mysterious object be? Light meter? Microphone? Hammer?

Figure Two

Figure Two

Here's a fellow on the battlefield with only a pistol! What do you suppose he is intended to represent?

Figure Two

Figure Three

Figure Three

This soldier has an unusual object in his left hand. It looks a bit like a claw.

Figure Three

Your best guesses are welcome, as always.