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15mm Command Decision Marines: The Finished Figures


Command Decision - USMC Command
Product #
CDUSMC-01
Manufacturer
Suggested Retail Price
$14.00 USD

Command Decision - USMC Riflemen #1
Product #
CDUSMC-02
Manufacturer
Suggested Retail Price
$13.00 USD

Command Decision - USMC Riflemen #2
Product #
CDUSMC-03
Manufacturer
Suggested Retail Price
$13.00 USD

Command Decision - USMC LMG
Product #
CDUSMC-04
Manufacturer
Suggested Retail Price
$13.00 USD

Command Decision - USMC HMG
Product #
CDUSMC-05
Manufacturer
Suggested Retail Price
$13.00 USD

Command Decision - Marines with B.A.R.
Product #
CDUSMC-08
Manufacturer
Suggested Retail Price
$13.00 USD

Command Decision - Marines with Bazookas
Product #
CDUSMC-09
Manufacturer
Suggested Retail Price
$13.00 USD


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

Alas, Blind Old Hag is correct – I just checked my "project completion" email, and one of the reference items used by the painters was the art from a plastic figures set.


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As you may remember, we sent these hundreds of WWII figures off to Old Guard Painters - a painting service in the Ukraine - back in January 2006.

The good folks at Old Guard Painters finished painting all of the Marines, and shipped them back to TMP by the end of February 2006. They even provided all of the research needed in order to paint the minis.

The box from the Ukraine

The figures arrived shortly afterward, sorted into ziploc bags according to their original packs...

Bag of painted figures

...and individually wrapped in brown paper.

Figures wrapped in brown paper

The final total, including shipping, came to $510.80 USD.

The original plan was for me (Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian) to base and flock the figures, photograph them, and present them to you as the conclusion to this article. This was entirely too optimistic of a plan, as it's taken me over a year to get the first set on display! (Like many of you, my workbench is a crowded workbench...)

I'm now hoping to post weekly updates, as each group of figures is based, flocked, and photographed. (Fingers crossed!)

Please feel encouraged to post comments if you recognize particular items of equipment, or have other knowledge that would be useful to gamers thinking of picking up these sets.