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M38A1 Jeep (AIS411) M38A1 Jeep (AIS411)
includes two one-piece resin M38A1 Jeeps with Israeli and Jordanian crew & two Hull MGs.

The Jeep was one on the most iconic vehicles of the Second World War and produced in such numbers that its service continued well into the post-war years.

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Fate Of A Nation
The fate of a nation hangs in the balance. Israel cannot lose even a single battle. One defeat would mean the destruction of the tiny Jewish state. Not waiting to be attacked by the Arab forces massing on its borders, Israel strikes first.

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Fate Of A Nation
M38A1 Jeep (AIS411) The M38A1 would eventually make it into the inventories of armed forces all over the globe, including those of the Israeli and Jordanians during the 1960s.

These examples were used in numerous roles from reconnaissance to simple transports in both armed and unarmed variations.

Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by Aaron Mathie
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The M38A1 Jeep in Fate Of A Nation

 

 

 

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Hull-mounted Guns
Some tanks mount weapons in the front of the hull instead of in a turret to save weight or to make them easier to produce.


A hull-mounted weapon mounted in the front of a vehicle has a 180-degree Field of Fire covering everything in front of a line drawn across the front of the vehicle. If the weapon is mounted at the rear of the vehicle, the Field of Fire covers everything to the rear of a line drawn across the rear of the vehicle.
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One Model; Many Uses
The M38A1 Jeep blister pack can be used to represent a number of vehicle type featured in Fate Of A Nation. For the Isrealis, it can be used for the Patrol jeeps found in the P’lugah Sayur or Long-Range Patrol Company. Or any jeeps found in other Israeli Platoons such as those found in the HQ Section of an artillery battery.

Since Jordanian crew are also included in the blister pack; these jeeps can be used in a Jordanian forces too. Jeeps are commonly seen in the HQ Sections of Jordanian mortar and artillery platoons in Fate Of A Nation.
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The M38A1 Jeeps Prepare To Move Out
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Contents Of the M38A1 Jeep Blister Pack
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M38A1 Jeep (AIS411)
Description of Components
a. 2x Jordanian drivers.
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2x Jordanian passengers.
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2x Isreali drivers.
d. 4x Israeli passengers.
e. 2x Hull machine-guns.
f. 2x One-piece resin M38A1 jeeps.
Assembling The Israeli M38A1 Jeep
Step 1. Begin assembly of the Israeli M38A1 jeep by adding the driver. Step 2. Next, add any seated passenger. The blister pack includes enough figures fortwo seated passengers per jeep.
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Step 3. The Israeli M38A1 jeep includes a hull mounted machine-gun; these represent the Patrol jeeps of the P'lugah Sayur (or Long-range Patrol Company). Below: With the hull machine-gun in place, the Israeli Anti-tank jeep is now fully-assembled.
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Tip: To represent other jeeps such as those found in the HQ Section of the various Israeli Artillery Batteries in Fate Of A Natiion; simply model the M38A1 jeep as seen above but without the machine-gun.
Assembling The Jordanian M38A1 Jeep
Step 1. Begin assembly of the Jordanian M38A1 jeep by adding the driver. Step 2. Next, add a seated passenger. Below: With the seated passenger in place, the Jordanian M38A1 jeep is now fully-assembled.
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Last Updated On Sunday, May 20, 2018 by Luke at Battlefront