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You are important to God 1/35 - ICM 35616
SKU ICM-35616
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

"You are important to God" - Prayer before battle, 1/35 scale figuirni - ICM set. During war, appeals to higher powers become crucial, and this is where spiritual service representatives, military chaplains, become essential. They perform rites for the fallen, conduct religious services and lift the spirits of soldiers before battle, fulfilling their duty to stand by and support the moral welfare of the troops. During World War II, military chaplains were part of the armies of many countries, including the British armed forces. The British Army Chaplains' Department was established as early as 1796 and, beginning in February 1919, was renamed the Royal Army Chaplains' Department (RAChD). During World War II, British military chaplains exercised their duties diligently in all theaters of war. In the performance of their duties 96 British chaplains and 38 Commonwealth Army chaplains lost their lives.

 
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Danger! Mines! Ukraine summer 2022 - 1/35 - ICM 35018
SKU ICM-35018
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Ucraina
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

'Danger! Mines!' Ukraine, summer 2022 1/35 scale kit - ICM model. The large-scale fighting that began in February 2022 had several phases. One of the most difficult periods was the summer of 2022, when the Ukrainian Armed Forces repelled enemy attack groups in the south and northeast. The territories where direct clashes occurred were actively mined, as a result of which the sites of hostilities were saturated with hundreds of thousands of anti-personnel and anti-tank mines. In addition to them, there remain in the ground aircraft bombs, mortar shells and ammunition that did not get stuck and did not explode. The Ukrainian Armed Forces' military engineer units are in charge of demining, engineering intelligence and the installation of mine barriers. Most Ukrainian engineers are universal specialists capable of performing a wide range of tasks. Their work is needed everywhere, they work in different areas of hostilities and provide technical support to many units. The sappers carry out their assigned tasks not only in the second line of defense, but also on the line of direct confrontations, in front of fighting positions. Even to find explosive objects the sappers help the dogs.

 
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B-26B Marauder 1/48 - ICM 48320
SKU ICM-48320
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

World War II American B-26B Marauder bomber aircraft kit in 1/48 scale - ICM model. MARKINGS: B-26B-55MA 42-96077 "Ladies Delight," 584th Bomb Squadron, 394th Bomb Group, summer 1944 B-26B-55MA 42-96214 "Coral Princess III," 494th Bomb Squadron, 344th Bomb Group, 1944 B-26B-55MA 42-96165 "The Big Hairy Bird," 599th Bomb Squadron, 397th Bomb Group, July 1944 The U.S. B-26 twin-engine medium bomber, manufactured by the Glenn L. Martin Company, was designed and created in 1939 according to U.S. Air Force requirements for a new high-speed medium bomber. Initially, the design was called the Model 179. Construction of the production aircraft began without the usual prototype phase or pre-series samples. The first B-26 flew on November 25, 1940, and was adopted by the U.S. Air Force in February 1941. Structurally, the B-26 Marauder was a high-wing aircraft with a spacious fuselage and a crew of five (in later versions up to seven) people. During operation, the bomber's design was constantly modified to improve flight and combat characteristics. From 1943, the wing area and keel were increased, with these modifications the plane was produced until the end of production. The last modification of the B-26B Marauder (B-26B-55-MA) was produced until February 1944; these aircraft took an active part in U.S. bomber operations in Europe in the final phase of World War II. The B-26B Marauder aircraft are known as one of the most famous U.S. bombers during World War II.

 
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World War II German air armament 1/48 - ICM 48408
SKU ICM-48408
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Details

World War II German aircraft armament kit in 1/48 scale - Model ICM.The Luftwaffe was armed with a wide range of weapons of different types and different purposes. The main German bombs of World War II were bombs weighing 50. 250. 500. 1000. 1800 and 2500 kilograms. The most common were the high-explosive bombs. In turn, they were thin-walled, SC-type and thick-walled, SD-type, and had side detonators. To reduce the depth of penetration into the ground and increase the blast wave, some bombs could be equipped with a bow ring. In addition, some bombs could have elongated detonators - so-called Dinort rods* (German - Dinort-stäbe), which caused the bomb to explode before the bomb itself hit the ground. Bomb carriers were either classic bombers (e.g. Ju 88 or He 111) or attack or fighter planes, on whose suspension bombs weighing up to 500 kilograms could be placed. In addition to bombs, naval aviation also used torpedoes, employing them in various theaters of war: in the Mediterranean, the Atlantic, and Northern Europe.

 
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USA M8A1 Landing Pad 1/35 - ICM 53200
SKU ICM-53200
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Diorama
Category Creation

Portion of U.S. M8A1 airstrip(210×336mm). GrelleM8A1 steel plates, developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, were used primarily for the rapid construction of temporary runways. These plates were used extensively during the Vietnam War in the late 1960s and early 1970s, particularly in the Air Force to base helicopters, light attack aircraft, and surveillance aircraft. They often appear in photographs of the time.Each slab, which measured 3660 x 560 mm, featured a corrugated surface that facilitated effective rainwater drainage. U.S. Army engineering units were responsible for their installation. The slabs could be connected staggered or in rows, enabling the construction of both small sites and large airfields.

 
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Sd Kfz 251/18 Ausf A 1/35 - ICM 35105
SKU ICM-35105
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Kit 'Beobachtungspanzerwagen' Sd.Kfz.251/18 Ausf.A German WWII observation vehicle with crew in 1/35 scale - ICM model.MARKINGS:Beobachtungspanzerwagen Sd.Kfz.251/18 Ausf.A, 1st Panzer Division (1. Pz.D.), France, 1940Beobachtungspanzerwagen Sd.Kfz.251/18 Ausf.A, subdivision unknown, Belarus, 1941Beobachtungspanzerwagen Sd.Kfz.251/18 Ausf.A, 1st Panzer Division (1. Pz.D.), Eastern Front, 1942The Sd.Kfz.251 medium semi-tanked armored vehicle was developed by Hanomag in 1938 on the basis of the Sd.Kfz.11 artillery tractor. The vehicle was fully armored, with an open combat compartment at the top and double doors at the rear. The main armament was MG 34 machine guns. Production of the armored troop carrier began before the outbreak of World War II, the first model was the Ausf A version, and production of later modifications continued until the spring of 1945.During World War II, the Sd.Kfz.251 was Germany's main armored troop carrier and also became the base vehicle for combat vehicles for various purposes. The Sd.Kfz.251/18 (mittlerer Beobachtungspanzerwagen) variant was an armored troop transport vehicle for observation and communications, featuring a map table mounted on the roof of the control room. Some of these combat vehicles remained armed with an MG 34 machine gun with a shield. Some of these armored vehicles were also equipped with SF14Z rangefinders for observation, targeting and distance determination.

 
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K-Verbände Midget Submarines 1/72 - ICM S020
SKU ICM-S020
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Submarine
Category Kit

Midget K-Verbände submarine kit in 1/72 scale - ICM model. During World War II, the German Navy created a special K-Verbände (K-Verbände, full name Kleinkampfverbände der Kriegsmarine). Its tasks were to conduct sabotage and assault operations on rivers, at sea and in the coastal zone. The unit consisted of subversive boat units, manned torpedoes, combat swimmers, and various types of mini-submarines. One of these submarines was the single-seat "Molch," designed for operations in the coastal zone. They were equipped with a single electric motor for surface and underwater propulsion, a submersible depth of up to 60 meters, and a maximum speed of 5 knots in the underwater position. The Molch was built at the Deschhimag shipyard in Bremen, with a total of 393 Kriegsmarine units. These submarines were deployed in the Mediterranean and North Sea as part of Compound K. Another type was the "Seehund," which was larger, had better seaworthiness and a two-man crew. They also had two separate engines for surface and submarine operations. By the end of the war, 285 units were built, considered the best type of German ultra-small submarine. After the war, several Seehunds served in the French Navy.

 
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British Army Mobile Chapel 1/35 - ICM 35586
SKU ICM-35586
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

World War II British Army Mobile Chapel Kit 1/35 Scale - ICM Model.MARKINGS:British Army Mobile Chapel, World War IIChevrolet began producing G506 all-wheel-drive trucks in late 1939. These 1.5-ton trucks were equipped with a 3.9-liter, six-cylinder gasoline engine that delivered 83 hp. The military designated these truck models as G7107 (without winch) and G7117 (with winch). Most of these trucks were supplied to the Allies under the loan-lease program. They were used for transporting personnel and goods, as well as platforms for various equipment.One unusual variant was the British Army's G7117 truck, which was converted into a mobile field chapel for conducting field services. The enclosed body housed a small field altar with necessary service equipment, and space for a harmonium. One such vehicle was observed at the site of British units in North Africa in 1943.

 
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Phu Bai Combat Base 1968 - 1/35 - ICM 53053<br />
CH-54A Tarhe, 2 sets of figures, M-121 bomb, set of landing mat
SKU ICM-53056
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

Phu Bai 1968 Combat Base Kit in 1/35 scale - ICM Model. Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe, 2 sets of figures, M-121 Bomb, Set of Landing Mat CH-54A heavy helicopters in Vietnam were used mainly for transport and occasionally to carry M-121 high-explosive bombs. These bombs were modified with an extended front fuse to explode about 3 feet above the ground, effectively eliminating forests for helicopter landing sites.One notable operation involved a CH-54A helicopter from Phu Bai Air Base, also known as Camp Hochmuth, in central Vietnam. The U.S. military began operating this base in 1963, initially as a communications radio station. The base later housed U.S. Marines, paratroopers and special operations forces, and an airstrip was built using steel plates for the M8A1 airfield.At one point, the airfield also housed U.S. Marine Corps aircraft and helicopters. Despite frequent attacks by the Viet Cong, the Phu Bai base remained operational by the U.S. military until late 1972.

 
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ICM CATALOG 2024
SKU ICM-CAT2024
Brand ICM
Category Books

ICM CATALOG 2024

 
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Type G4 with MG 34 - 1/24 - ICM 24024
SKU ICM-24024
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/24
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Cars
Category Kit

Type G4 car kit with MG 34 and German staff personnel in 1/24 scale - ICM model. The staff of the Wehrmacht officer corps was distinguished by its high standards. At the beginning of World War II, it represented a unique, corporately closed organization with its own notions of officer honor and moral principles. Many of them were former officers of the Imperial German Army. Staff officers played a significant role in the Wehrmacht, enjoying special attention and playing crucial roles in directing operations at all stages of the war. A diverse fleet of vehicles was used to transport staff officers, including the versatile G4 four-door all-terrain sedan (W31). Developed by Daimler-Benz in 1934, it was produced until 1939 in a version with a four-door convertible roof. This vehicle boasted an 8-cylinder engine with an output of 100 hp (later models had 110 hp) and accommodated six passengers. Some vehicles were equipped with MG 34 machine guns (one or two). They served to transport Wehrmacht command staff and were also used for protection and escorting staff columns.

 
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War has no gender 1/35 - ICM 35755
SKU ICM-35755
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Ucraina
Period: Modern
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

"War Has No Gender" - Service Women of the Armed Forces of Ukraine 1/35 Scale - ICM Figurine Set.As of October 2023, there were nearly 43 thousand military women in the Ukrainian armed forces. Ukraine has one of the highest rates of women in the armed forces among the world's armies, including NATO armies. In the past, women mainly held auxiliary positions such as doctors, signalmen, or cooks. However, with the start of full-scale hostilities in February 2022, more and more women have taken on combat roles such as driving combat vehicles, operating grenade launchers, machine guns, snipers, and drones. Many women also serve as commanders of combat vehicles, units, and reconnaissance groups. Lieutenant General Serhiy Naiev, commander of the Joint Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, emphasizes, "What unites them all is that they are real Ukrainian women who could not stay at home when their homeland cried out to the world for help. We noticed and felt how our women strengthened and transformed themselves during a year and a half of large-scale invasion, surpassing, in my opinion, the legendary Amazons."

 
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Junkers Ju 88P-1 - 1/48 - ICM 48228
SKU ICM-48228
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Junkers Ju 88P-1 "Tank Buster" Aircraft Kit, 1/48 Scale - ICM Model.MARKINGS:Ju 88P-1, Rechlin Test Site (Erprobungsstelle Rechlin), 1943Ju 88P-1, Eastern Front, 1943In early 1942, it became apparent to the Luftwaffe command that it was necessary to create an anti-tank aircraft capable of striking the armor of Soviet medium and heavy tanks. In the summer of 1942, the decision was made to convert a small batch of Ju 88A-4 bombers into anti-tank versions, later receiving the designation Ju 88P-1. In the large ventral nacelle of these aircraft was a 75 mm PaK 40L anti-tank gun (also known as BK 7.5) with an electropneumatic loading system; the nacelle in an extreme situation could be launched using pyrotechnic devices. The aircraft's engines were protected by armor. Initially, the nose of the plane remained glazed, like a normal Ju 88A-4 bomber, but test results showed that the glass could not withstand the action of gases during firing. Therefore, the Ju 88P-1 was later modified with a glassless nose section, borrowed from the Ju 88C fighter, and the muzzle brake was also changed. In September 1943, 18 copies of this plane were produced, some of which fell on the Eastern Front as part of the Versuchskommando für Panzerbekämpfung. Subsequently, six Ju 88P-1s were transferred to the 1st Hindenburg Bomber Squadron. (Kampfgeschwader 1 "Hindenburg").

 
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Gloster Sea Gladiator Mk.II 1/32 - ICM 32045
SKU ICM-32045
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/32
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Gloster Sea Gladiator Mk.II aircraft kit with Royal Navy pilots in 1/32 scale - ICM model. The Gloster Sea Gladiator Mk.II was a variant of the Gloster Gladiator, a British biplane fighter developed in the 1930s. The "Sea" version indicated that the aircraft was adapted for aircraft carrier operation by the Royal Navy. The Gloster Sea Gladiator Mk.II was used during World War II. Here are some key features of the Gloster Sea Gladiator Mk.II: Design and Structure: The Gloster Sea Gladiator was a biplane with unequal wings and fixed landing gear. The structure was largely made of metal and covered in canvas. Engine: The Sea Gladiator Mk.II was equipped with a Bristol Mercury XX radial engine, which provided the necessary power for flight. Armament: The armament of the Sea Gladiator Mk.II generally consisted of four Browning .303 (7.7 mm) caliber machine guns, two on each wing. Adaptation for Carrier Operation: The Sea Gladiator Mk.II variant was specially adapted for aircraft carrier operation, with modifications such as landing hooks and reinforced structures. Participation in World War II: The Sea Gladiator Mk.II actively participated in the early stages of World War II, including the defense of Malta in 1940 and 1941. It fought against Axis forces in North Africa and the Mediterranean theater. Successor to the Gloster Gladiator: The Gloster Sea Gladiator was basically a naval version of the Gloster Gladiator, one of the few biplane fighters still in service at the beginning of World War II. Retirement from Service: As aviation technology evolved, biplane fighters were gradually replaced by more advanced monoplane models. As a result, the Gloster Sea Gladiator was withdrawn from active service midway through the war. The Gloster Sea Gladiator Mk.II contributed, albeit in a limited way, to defense efforts during the early stages of World War II, especially in naval operations in the Mediterranean theater.

 
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FWD Type B 1/35 - ICM 35656
SKU ICM-35656
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWI
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Kit FWD Type B U.S. ammunition truck of World War I in 1/35 scale - ICM model. MARKINGS: FWD type B ammunition truck, U.S. expeditionary corps, 1918 FWD type B ammunition truck, American expeditionary corps, May 1918 FWD type B ammunition truck, U.S. Department of Artillery, 1918 The American FWD (Four Wheel Drive Auto Company) was once an innovative enterprise that developed and produced four-wheel drive vehicles. One such car, the 3-ton FWD Type B truck, had a classic hoodless layout with the driver's position above the engine compartment. The driver was located directly over the hood of the 36-hp 4-cylinder engine, and the radiator was located in front of the cab. During World War I, the U.S. Army ordered 15,000 of these vehicles, known as "3-ton trucks, model 1917." In fact, more than 14,000 were delivered, to which were added additional orders from Britain and Russia. At the same time, the U.S. Ordnance Department developed a body model for ammunition transport, and some FWD Type B vehicles were equipped with similar bodies. These ammunition carriers were used by American expeditionary forces in Europe, where they carried artillery shells and various equipment. In addition, they were involved in towing artillery pieces.

 
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Studebaker US6-U3 - 1/35 - ICM 35490
SKU ICM-35490
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

US military truck kit Studebaker US6-U3 in 1/35 scale - ICM model.MARKINGS:1942 Studebaker US6-U3, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1942Rusty Dow's Studebaker US6-U3 (Rusty Dow was the first woman to drive on a military road in Alaska), 1944Studebaker US6-U3, U.S. Army in Europe (likely variant), 1944Studebaker US6-U3, U.S. Army in the Far East (likely variant), 1945The Studebaker US6 three-axle truck was launched by the Studebaker Corporation in 1941, and in 1943 REO Motor Car also joined production. In total about 200,000 vehicles were produced in thirteen variants. The car had a rugged design and a large payload. Its 94-hp 6-cylinder Hercules JXD engine provided the Studebaker US6 with high off-road performance. Most of these trucks were used by U.S. allies, but a number were also used by the U.S. military. For example, Studebaker US6s were used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in particular, during the construction of the Alaska Highway. A small number of these trucks were used by the U.S. Army in Europe as part of the so-called reverse lend-lease, when a certain amount of equipment transferred to the Allies was returned to the United States for various reasons. There are also instances of Studebaker US6 being used by U.S. forces in the Far East.

 
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RAF pilots in tropical uniforms 1/48 - ICM 48080
SKU ICM-48080
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

RAF pilots in tropical uniforms (1941-1945) 1/48 scale - ICM Figure Set.On the eve of World War II, the Royal Air Force was organized organizationally divided into Nome Command and Overseas Command. Overseas Command, in turn, included air forces in the Middle East, Palestine, Transjordan, Iraq, Aden, the Mediterranean, India, the Far East, as well as wings in Egypt and Sudan. Hot climatic zones required a climate-appropriate uniform that was light khaki in color. In addition, during desert combat operations, pilots and ground personnel wore a combination of khaki and the RAF's traditional gray and blue. Service in hot climates was difficult: heat, sandstorms and problems with clean water made living conditions much more difficult. However, even under such difficult conditions, British pilots served selflessly. In heavy air battles with fighters and torpedo attacks at sea, RAF pilots proved their qualifications as hardy, disciplined and experienced fighters.

 
 
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OV-10D+ Bronco 1/72 - ICM 72186
SKU ICM-72186
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/72
Nation: United States of America
Period: Modern
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

US OV-10D+ Bronco attack and observation aircraft kit in 1/72 scale - ICM model.MARKINGS:OV-10D+ 155489, Marine Observation Squadron 1 (VMO-1), aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, 1990OV-10D+ 155494, Marine Observation Squadron 2 (VMO-2), Saudi Arabia, 1991OV-10D+ 155473, Marine Observation Squadron 2 (VMO-2), Saudi Arabia, 1991OV-10D+ 155499, Marine Observation Squadron 1 (VMO-1), early 1990sNUMBER OF DETAILS:262The OV-10D+ attack and observation aircraft is a version of the OV-10A Bronco. The modification was carried out at the Naval Aviation Refurbishment Center (NARF). The modifications involved the engine, avionics, communication systems, airframe and cockpit equipment. One of the features of this modification was the installation of a new FLIR infrared system under the extended nose section, which also housed the laser target designators. The tail beams were equipped with surface-to-air missile protection devices. The aircraft's advanced capabilities enabled it to perform a wide range of tasks, including surveillance of ground targets and guidance of attack aircraft, both day and night. At the same time, the aircraft maintained the function of an attack aircraft and could strike ground targets if necessary. OV-IOD+ aircraft were used by the U.S. Marine Corps in Operation DESERT STORM in 1991.

 
 
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Mitsubishi Ki-21-Ia Sally 1/48 - ICM 48196
SKU ICM-48196
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Japanese heavy bomber kitMitsubishi Ki-21-Ia "Sally" 1/48 scale - ICM model.MARKINGS:Ki-21-Ia 'Sally', one of the pre-production aircraft, 60th Sentai (60th Air Group), China, early 1939Ki-21-Ia 'Sally', 60th Sentai (60th Air Group), China, 1941Ki-21-Ia 'Sally', 14th Sentai (14th Air Group), probably China, 1941Ki-21-Ia 'Sally', 105 Kyoiku Hiko Rentai (105th Training Flight Regiment), presumably 1942Ki-21-Ia 'Sally', 64th Sentai (64th Air Group), 1943NUMBER OF DETAILS:270The Ki-21 pre-production bomber made its first flight in late 1936. Mass production of its first modification, the Ki-21-Ia, began in 1938, the same year the plane made its combat debut. Imperial Japanese Army air units equipped with the Ki-21-Ia were involved in active combat operations in China. In the spring of 1939, the Ki-21-Ia took part in combat operations against the Red Army on the Halhin Gol River. The aircraft's 1,000 kg combat payload was a good indicator of the time and allowed for massive bombing, and the defensive tactics developed by the pilots of these bombers in air battles led to rather low losses compared to other types of aircraft. After more advanced models were produced, the first modified bombers were transferred to training units, although a number of Ki-21-Ia continued to be used by combat units. American pilots, who gave the Japanese planes their own names, referred to Ki-21 bombers as "Sally."

 
 
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Kozak-001 Ukrainian National Guard 1/35 - ICM 35015
SKU ICM-35015
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Ucraina
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Ukrainian Kozak-001 Ukrainian National Guard armored vehicle kit in 1/35 scale - ICM model. MARKINGS: KOZAK-001, Kiev, 2016 KOZAK-001, Odessa, 2016 KOZAK-001, eastern operational territorial unit of the Ukrainian National Guard, fall 2019 KOZAK-001, southeastern Ukraine, fall 2022 The Kozak-2 armored vehicle was developed by the Ukrainian research and production company "Practika." It belongs to the MRAP class of combat vehicles designed to protect the crew from mine blasts and ambushes, and its armor protection meets the second level of the STANAG 4569 standard. The armored vehicle is built on the chassis of a four-wheel-drive truck adapted to off-road conditions. The tasks the armored vehicle can perform include patrolling, vehicle support, communications, and fire support for combat personnel. The crew and troops are equipped with anti-trauma seats with five-point seat belts. The vehicle can be armed with either a heavy machine gun or a 7.62 mm machine gun, both mounted on a circularly rotating armored turret. "The Kozak-2 is in service with the Ukrainian Armed Forces and has been used for several years by various units of the Ukrainian National Guard.

 
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World War II pilots of British naval aviation 1/32 - ICM 32118
SKU ICM-32118
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/32
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

World War II pilots of the British naval aviation in 1/32 scale - ICM Figurines. The UK Fleet Air Arm (FAA) was founded in 1924. It was part of the Air Force as an aviation command on ships and bridges and only in the spring of 1939 was transferred to direct subordination to the Navy. Their duties included reconnaissance, fire control, attack operations against warships and merchant ships, and defense against enemy submarines and aircraft. At the beginning of World War II, the Navy Air Force consisted of 20 squadrons with 232 aircraft, mostly reconnaissance and torpedo bombers. Operations carried out by the FAA included attacking the Italian fleet at Taranto, sinking the battleship Bismarck, thwarting the breakthrough of German ships across the English Channel, and Operation Wolfram against the battleship Tirpitz. Fleet aviation pilots also took part in the Battle of Britain, such as the 804th Squadron, armed with Sea Gladiator fighters.

 
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Krankenpanzerwagen 1/35 - ICM 35113
SKU ICM-35113
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

Kit Sd.Kfz.251/8 Ausf.A World War II German Ambulance in 1/35 scale - ICM model. MARKINGS: Krankenpanzerwagen Sd.Kfz. 251/8 Ausf ?, variant in livery for North Africa, 1941-42 Krankenpanzerwagen Sd.Kfz. 251/8 Ausf ?, livery variant for the Eastern Front, 1941-42 The Sd.Kfz.251 half-track armored vehicle was the main armored vehicle of the Wehrmacht. It was designed by Hanomag in 1938 and mass production began the following summer. The armored troop carriers were in service with the German Army throughout World War II and were used in all theaters of operation, with a total of 15,252 vehicles of different series and modifications. The first modification, the Sd.Kfz.251 Ausf.A, was produced in 1939-1940. One of the versions was the Sd.Kfz.251/8 for evacuating the wounded from the battlefield. It could carry different numbers of wounded, such as two lying on a stretcher and four sitting. The stretchers were suspended on special supports, and semi-circular rails for a canopy were installed on top of the body to protect it from rain. The transporter equipment also included a tank for drinking water, and an additional step was installed at the rear to facilitate access to the transport compartment. Usually, armored medical transporters were part of the Stabskompanie. To distinguish them from other vehicles, they had large signs with a red medical cross on their bodies.

 
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Gotha Go-244B-2 - 1/48 - ICM 48224
SKU ICM-48224
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

German World War II Gotha Go-244B-2 transport aircraft kit in 1/48 scale - ICM model. MARKINGS: Gotha Go 244?-2, 106 special purpose battle groups (KGr. zbV 106), Kirovohrad, 1942 Gotha Go 244B-2, probably Hagenow, Germany, 1942 The difficulties encountered in the use of cargo gliders and the shortage of aircraft to tow them led to the creation of a motorized version of the Go 242, the Go 244 transport aircraft. These medium-sized transport planes were converted into Gotha Go 242 airframes with various modifications. The aircraft engines were installed in front of the tail beams, the fuel tanks were mounted inside the aircraft, and the cockpit was equipped with the necessary equipment and instruments for flight. The aircraft engines were often powered by French Gnome-Rhone 14M trophy engines. The defensive armament consisted of 7.9 mm MG 15 or MG 81Z machine guns. The Go 244B-2 modification was based on the Go 242B-2 airframe and, like the airframe, featured original oil-damped landing gear. The Go 244 was in service with several Luftwaffe transport squadrons based in Greece and other countries. Later these aircraft were used in flight schools and training centers.

 
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Bristol Beaufort Mk IA 1/48 - ICM 48313
SKU ICM-48313
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: United Kingdom
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Bristol Beaufort Mk.IA aircraft kit with RAF pilots in 1/48 scale - ICM model. Bristol Beaufort torpedo bombers began arriving at RAF Coastal Command in late 1939 and the following spring began to see combat. The aircraft carried out aerial mining activities in seaports, conducted day and night torpedo attacks, and bombed coastal targets. In the course of its operation, the Bristol Beaufort was improved, its armament and equipment changed. The Mk.IA modification received a new machine gun turret, and ASV radars for searching ships were installed on the torpedo battleship. One of the combat service areas of this aircraft was the Mediterranean Sea, where the targets were transport convoys and warships of the Axis countries. It should be noted that service on torpedo battleships was extremely difficult and dangerous, and at some periods of the war, losses among their crews were the highest in the entire Royal Air Force. However, despite all the difficulties, the torpedo pilots were able to carry out a significant number of successful attacks against enemy ships.

 
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AHN Gulaschkanone 1/35 - ICM 35415
SKU ICM-35415
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

World War II German Mobile Field Kitchen Kit AHN 'Gulaschkanone' in 1/35 scale - ICM Model. "AHN" is short for "Allgemeinen Heeres Nachrichten Kraftwagen," meaning "General Army Communication Vehicle." "Gulaschkanone" is a German word that literally means "pot of goulash." In this context, it refers to a field vehicle or mobile kitchen used to prepare food, including goulash (a traditional Central European stew). Here are some key features and information about the AHN Gulaschkanone: Military Vehicle: The AHN Gulaschkanone was a military vehicle used primarily for the logistical needs of the German Army during World War II. Role: These vehicles were designed to provide logistical support to troops on the battlefield. The Gulaschkanone was often used as a mobile kitchen to prepare meals for the troops. Configuration: The vehicle could have a configuration that allowed the preparation and distribution of food in the field. It was equipped with cooking equipment and could transport food and supplies. Design: The design of the AHN Gulaschkanone was tailored to the Army's field requirements, with a focus on mobility and the ability to provide hot meals to troops in a variety of conditions. Vehicle Type: The AHN was an all-wheel-drive truck produced by Auto Union, a German automobile company. It was used in a variety of configurations, including troop transport vehicles, communication vehicles, and, indeed, field vehicles such as the Gulaschkanone. Post-War Use: After World War II, some AHN vehicles may have been used in civilian contexts or preserved as historical pieces. These vehicles represented one aspect of military logistics during World War II, providing essential support to troops on the battlefield through food preparation and distribution.

 
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Air assault troops of the Ukrainian armed forces 1/35 - ICM 35754
SKU ICM-35754
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Ucraina
Period: Modern
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

'Always the First' Figurine Kits - Air Assault Troops of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in 1/35 scale - ICM Set. Set of four Ukrainian Air Assault Forces Soldiers in combat equipment High level of detail of uniforms and combat equipment The set includes weapons in different versions: grenade launcher, machine gun, assault rifles with or without silencer, assault rifle with grenade launcher under the barrel, etc.

 
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Helicopter ground personnel 1/35 - ICM 53102
SKU ICM-53102
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

Helicopter Ground Personnel Figurine Kit during the Vietnam War in 1/35 scale - ICM Set. The Vietnam War is often referred to as the "helicopter war," a name that emerged as a result of their active participation in the armed conflict in Indochina. U.S. Army helicopters performed a wide range of different missions, including troop transport, reconnaissance, fire support, cargo transport, and search and rescue of downed aircraft crews. A large number of ground personnel, including technicians, mechanics and weapons specialists, were involved in the maintenance and repair of the helicopters. They were engaged in scheduled maintenance of helicopters, engines and weapons equipment. The technicians also eliminated malfunctions that occurred during combat missions, such as damage to the helicopter fuselage caused by ground fire.

 
 
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Ki-21-Ib Sally 1/48 - ICM 48195
SKU ICM-48195
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

Japanese Ki-21-Ib 'Sally' heavy bomber kit in 1/48 scale - ICM model. MARKINGS: Ki-21-Ib 'Sally', 60th Sentai (60th Air Group), China, 1940 Ki-21-Ib 'Sally', 60th Sentai 2nd Chutai (60th Air Group, 2nd Squadron), China, 1940 Ki-21-Ib 'Sally', Hamamatsu Army Flying School, Japan, probably 1941 Ki-21-Ib 'Sally', 25 Hikodan Shireibu Hikohan (HQ flight of the 25th Airborne Brigade), Japan, 1943 No. OF DETAILS: 265 The Ki-21 bomber, also known as Sully during World War II, was developed by Mitsubishi designers in accordance with requirements set by the General Aviation Directorate. The first prototype of the plane took off on December 18, 1936, and prototype flight tests took place the following year. Series production began in the spring of 1938. The bomber was produced by two factories, Nakajima and Mitsubishi, and the planes from these two different manufacturers had slight differences in the design of the fuselage nose. A modification of the plane called the Ki-21-Ib (the second production version of the Ki-21 bomber line) was produced with the experience of aerial combat in the skies over China and enhanced light weapons. The main visual difference between the bombers of this modification was the position of the tail machine gun. The aircraft took an active part in combat operations during the Sino-Japanese War and in the early stages of World War II. Later they were transferred to training units and some of them were converted into transport aircraft.

 
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ATZ-5-43203 - 1/72 - ICM 72710
SKU ICM-72710
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

ATZ-5-43203 Fuel Bowser truck kit of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in 1/72 scale - ICM model. MARKINGS: ATZ-5-43203, Ukrainian Armed Forces ATZ-5-43203, Ukrainian Armed Forces, camouflage version from 2021 MODEL DIMENSIONS (LENGTH X HEIGHT): 104 x 38 mm NUMBER OF DETAILS: 112 Production of the Ural-4320 trucks was launched in the late 1970s. The main tasks of this vehicle were transporting goods, people and towing trailers on all types of roads. The 6×6 wheel arrangement ensured good cross-country capability on difficult roads, while the robust design and powerful diesel engine enabled it to carry loads of up to 7 tons. Over time, the truck's design was improved, and improved versions are still being produced today. The vehicle was used to create a line of specialized equipment for various tasks: enclosed body vehicles, mobile radio stations, radar, multiple Grad rocket launchers and others. Special versions with a fuel tank mounted on the base vehicle chassis are used to supply fuel to military units. One such version is the ATZ-5-43203, used by transport units of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

 
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ICM S019 U-boat type 'Molch'<br />
German dwarf submarine
SKU ICM-S019
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Submarine
Category Kit

1/72 U-boat type 'Molch' World War II German dwarf submarineThe Molch was an ultra-small single-seat submarine intended for operations in the coastal area and belonged to the so-called special assault forces. During development, it was designated as the "Thomas II," and production of serial models, known as the "Molch," began in July 1944. The mini-sub was equipped with a single electric motor for surface and submarine operation, which limited its combat capabilities. The diving depth was up to 60 meters and the maximum speed in underwater position was 5 knots. The hull consisted of three sections, with a chair for a single crew member in the middle section. The Molch was built at the Deschhimag shipyard in Bremen and a total of 393 units were produced. As part of the special "K" sabotage formation, these submarines were used in the Mediterranean and North Sea.MARKINGSDwarf submarine "Molch," training subunit of "K" formation (K-Verbände), 1944Dwarf submarine "Molch," "K" formation (K-Verbände), North Sea, 1945Dwarf submarine "Molch" "K" formation (K-Verbände), North Sea, 1945Mini-submarine "Molch," South African Museum of Military History, Johannesburg, 2000sNUMBER OF DETAILS34MODEL DIMENSIONS (LENGTH X HEIGHT)152 x 51 mm

 
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ICM DS7204 In the Skies of China (Ki-21-Ia, 2x Ki-27a)
SKU ICM-DS7204
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Japan
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

   

 
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ICM 53030 AH-1G Cobra U.S. attack helicopter
SKU ICM-53030
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 AH-1G Cobra (first production) U.S. attack helicopterThe AH-1G Cobra is a U.S. attack helicopter, developed in the 1960s, known for its predominant role during the Vietnam War. Here is some key information about the AH-1G Cobra:Development: The AH-1G Cobra was developed by Bell Helicopter as an attack version of the UH-1 Iroquois helicopter, better known as the "Huey." It took its cue from the structure of the Huey, but was designed specifically for attack missions and close air support.Design and Armament: The AH-1G was a single-seat, pilot-piloted helicopter with significant armament. It was equipped with muzzle-mounted .30- or .50-caliber machine guns and could carry antitank missiles such as TOW (Tube-launched, Optically-tracked, Wire-guided) missiles or unguided rockets.Role in Vietnam: The AH-1G Cobra was used extensively during the Vietnam War for attack, escort, and troop support missions. It proved to be effective in dealing with enemy threats such as tanks, armored vehicles, and enemy troops.Evolution: After the AH-1G, numerous variants and improvements of the Cobra helicopter were developed, including the AH-1J and AH-1W Super Cobra model, which have continued to be used by the U.S. military and many allied countries.Continued Deployment: AH-1 Cobra helicopters have been used in various conflicts around the world and have proven to be versatile and reliable. Over the years, they have undergone modernization programs to keep them effective on the modern battlefield.Current Role: While some versions of the AH-1 Cobra have been phased out, other more modern models, such as the AH-1Z Viper, are currently in service with the armed forces of the United States and other countries.In summary, the AH-1G Cobra was the predecessor of a family of attack helicopters that have been used worldwide for close air attack and support missions. Its effectiveness during the Vietnam War helped establish the concept of the attack helicopter in the modern armed forces.

 
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ICM 35752
SKU ICM-35752
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Ucraina
Period: Modern
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 "Pleasantly he came, quietly he went..."The modern Special Operations Forces (SOF) of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were created in 2016 based on existing units and subunits, most of which already had some combat experience. Since the summer of 2023, Ukraine's special operations forces have been based on two special purpose regiments: a special purpose maritime center, a special operations center, and several other units. Their main tasks include in-depth reconnaissance, raids behind enemy lines, search and evacuation of prisoners or hostages, and counterterrorism activities. The selection process for Special Forces units is very rigorous, with only 10 percent of all applicants passing the testselection process. Special attention is paid to the equipment of Special Forces units. Weapons, equipment, and facilities include the latest foreign and Ukrainian models, such as the special Vulcan assault rifle, which has been in Special Forces units since 2017. Also in 2020, the Special Operations Forces were the first in the Army Ukrainian forces adopt the NATO Army Headquarters structure. In 2022-2023, Ukrainian Special Forces units successfully executed the most difficult combat missions in all areas of combat operations.

 
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ICM 35542 Typ 320 (W142) Soft Top
SKU ICM-35542
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Cars
Category Kit

1/35 Typ 320 (W142) Soft Top World War II German personnel carThe Mercedes-Benz 320, also known as the W142, was developed at the design office of Daimler-Benz AG and began production in 1937. It had a six-cylinder engine with a volume of 3.2 liters (3.4 liters in later versions) and 78 horsepower. The model was available with a short (2880 mm) or long (3300 mm) wheelbase and various body styles. The Cabriolet body style was available in the long-wheelbase version. The four-seater version had two doors and four side windows; the roof was soft and could be folded down to protect it from the weather. This vehicle was often seen in the Wehrmacht, with some retaining civilian license plates. It was used as a staff car and was also used to transport senior commanders.MARKINGSType 320 (W142) Cabriolet, France, 1940Type 320 (W142) Cabriolet, unknown Luftwaffe unit, 1940Type 320 (W142) Cabriolet, Eastern Front, 1943Type 320 (W142) Cabriolet, NJG1 (Nachtjagdgeschwader 1), probably 1943MODEL DIMENSIONS (LENGTH X HEIGHT)141 x 44 mm

 
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ICM 72816 ZiL-131 Military Truck of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
SKU ICM-72816
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/72
Nation: Russia
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/72 ZiL-131 Military Truck of the Armed Forces of UkraineThe ZiL-131 is a multi-purpose military vehicle produced by the Soviet automobile company ZiL (Zavod imeni Likhachova) and later by the Russian AMUR (Association for the Production of Special Vehicles) and was mainly used by the Soviet Union and other Eastern Bloc countries during the Cold War. Here are some of its main features and uses:Vehicle Type: The ZiL-131 is a light and medium six-wheeled military truck. It is designed for a variety of military purposes and can be configured to transport troops, materials, weapons, special cargo and more.Production: Production of the ZiL-131 began in the 1960s in the Soviet Union and continued until the 1990s. Later, its production was transferred to Russia under the name AMUR.Engine: The vehicle is powered by a gasoline or diesel engine, depending on the variant. Its performance can vary greatly depending on the engine and configuration.Military Use: The ZiL-131 was used to transport troops, supplies and military equipment. It was often used as a logistics vehicle in the Soviet armed forces and other Warsaw Pact countries. Because of its ruggedness, it was able to operate in various environmental conditions and over difficult terrain.Diverse Configurations: The vehicle was produced in several configurations, including troop transport trucks, firefighting vehicles, ambulances, off-road recovery vehicles, and others.Export: The ZiL-131 was exported to many Eastern Bloc countries and also saw use in local conflicts in which these nations were involved.Legacy: The ZiL-131 had a lasting impact in the field of military vehicles and logistics. It has been superseded by more modern vehicles in many armed forces, but some examples may still be in service in limited roles or used in civilian contexts as general transport trucks.In summary, the ZiL-131 was a versatile military truck produced in the Soviet Union and Russia, and was widely used for logistical and military purposes during the Cold War. Its robustness and versatility made it a valued vehicle in many armed forces and an icon of military vehicles of the period.

 
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ICM 72210 Biplanes of the 1930s and 1940s
SKU ICM-72210
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/72
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/72 Biplanes of the 1930s and 1940sHeinkel He 51:The Heinkel He 51 was a biplane fighter developed by Germany in the early 1930s.It was used as a fighter aircraft in the German Luftwaffe during the 1930s, but was quickly superseded by more modern aircraft.It also participated in the Spanish Civil War in the service of the Francoist forces.Heinkel He 51 A-1:The designation "A-1" refers to a specific variant of the Heinkel He 51.This variant was armed with two machine guns and could be used for air combat.Kawasaki Ki-10 Perry:The Kawasaki Ki-10 was a Japanese light fighter developed in the 1930s.It was also known by the Allied code name "Perry."It was used by the Imperial Japanese Army and was successfully employed in the early stages of the Second Sino-Japanese War and the early stages of World War II, but became obsolete during the course of the conflict.Kawasaki Ki-10-II:This was a later model of the Kawasaki Ki-10, with some improvements over the earlier version.It continued to serve in the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.Polikarpov Po-2:The Polikarpov Po-2, also known as the U-2, was a light observation and training aircraft developed in the Soviet Union in the 1920s.It was a high-wing biplane and was known for its ruggedness and versatility.During World War II, it was used mainly for light tasks, such as liaison, training, and night jamming operations.

 
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ICM 35620 WWII German Military Medical Personnel.
SKU ICM-35620
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 WWII German Military Medical PersonnelDuring World War II, German military medical personnel (Sanitätspersonal) played a key role in providing medical care to wounded German soldiers.

 
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ICM 35588 G7107 in German Service
SKU ICM-35588
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 G7107 in German Service with infantry

 
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ICM 35014 'Kozak-2'
SKU ICM-35014
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Ucraina
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 'Kozak-2' Ukrainian MRAP-class Armored VehicleThe "Kozak-2" is a Ukrainian MRAP-class Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) armored vehicle. It is designed to provide enhanced protection against improvised explosive device (IED) mines and trap attacks during military and peacekeeping operations. This vehicle was developed in Ukraine as part of efforts to modernize and enhance the Ukrainian Armed Forces.Here are some key features of the "Kozak-2" armored vehicle:Ballistic Protection: The Kozak-2 is designed with heavy-duty armor to provide effective protection against projectiles, shrapnel, and trap attacks. This protection is essential to ensure the safety of occupants during military missions in high-risk areas.Mine protection: One of the main objectives of MRAP vehicles is protection against mines and IEDs. The Kozak-2 is designed to withstand explosions from land mines and other improvised explosive devices, minimizing damage and injury to the troops on board.Transport capability: The vehicle is capable of transporting a number of troops, depending on the specific configuration. It can be used to transport military personnel, police forces or other personnel in hazardous environments.Mobility: The Kozak-2 is built to operate in various types of terrain and weather conditions. Its mobility is essential for military missions where rapid response and the ability to traverse difficult terrain are critical.Armament: The vehicle can be equipped with light armaments, such as machine guns or grenade launchers, depending on specific mission requirements.Military use: The Kozak-2 has been used by the Ukrainian Armed Forces in military operations, including fighting separatist groups in eastern Ukraine.It is important to note that the Kozak-2 is an armored vehicle specifically developed to meet the needs of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. As with many military vehicles, its specifications and capabilities may vary depending on specific versions and configurations.

 
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V3000S 'Einheitsfahrerhaus'
SKU ICM-35409
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 V3000S 'Einheitsfahrerhaus' WWII German Military TruckFord V 3000 and Ford B 3000 represent series of 3-ton class trucks built by German Ford-Werke AG at the Cologne-Niehl plant during World War II.

 
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Unimog S 404
SKU ICM-35137
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Germany
Period: Modern
Type: Veicoli Militari
Category Kit

1/35 Unimog S 404 German Military Radio TruckThe Unimog 404 , also called Unimog S and Unimog 404 S , is a vehicle of the Unimog series of Mercedes-Benz , produced at the Unimog plant in Gaggenau from 1955 to 1980. Marketed as Unimog U82 , and later Unimog U110 , 64,242 units were built of the two Unimog 404 types 404.0 and 404.1 , making the 404 the Unimog model with the highest production figure of all Unimogs. Unlike the Unimog 401 , the 404 is rather a small 1.5-ton off-road vehicle than an agricultural vehicle. In Germany it was common military vehicle and fire truck, 36,000 Unimog 404s were made for the Bundeswehr.The first Unimog 404 concept-vehicle was made in 1953 and was slightly smaller than the series production model, had a track width of 1,600 mm (63 inches) and a wheelbase of 2,670 mm (105 inches). Two prototypes for the French Army followed in 1954; the first 1,100 series production models were also purchased by the French Army. Because the French army did not want the spare tire to take up space for the soldiers on the bed, Daimler-Benz engineers decided to build the Unimog 404 with a downward-sloping frame so that the spare tire could be mounted under the bed. This design feature also allowed for greater torsional deflection and, therefore, improved the Unimog's off-road capabilities. Subsequently, the downward sloping chassis became a key construction feature for the following types of Unimog.

 
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Sikorsky CH-54A
SKU ICM-53055
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Elicotteri
Category Kit

1/35 Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe with BLU-82/B "Daisy Cutter" bombThe kit is composed of finely detailed components designed to provide an engaging and rewarding assembly experience. Modelers of all levels will appreciate the precision of the parts and the ease of assembly. With care and precision, you can recreate an incredibly realistic replica of the CH-54A Tarhe helicopter, paying homage to its historical significance.But the real unique feature of this kit is the faithful reproduction of the BLU-82/B "Daisy Cutter." This bomb, known for its impressive explosion, played a crucial role in operations of great historical significance. The model will give you a better understanding of the operation and impact of this legendary weapon.Don't miss this exceptional opportunity to own an exclusive product that is sure to attract the attention of collectors and enthusiasts worldwide. Purchase the 1/35 Sikorsky CH-54A Tarhe kit with ICM's BLU-82/B "Daisy Cutter" today and experience the excitement of building and displaying this military aviation masterpiece!

 
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Mistel 1 German Composite Aircraft
SKU ICM-48100
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/48
Nation: Germany
Period: WWII
Type: Aircraft
Category Kit

1/48 Mistel 1 WWII German Composite AircraftThe ICM 1/48 Mistel 1 is a highly detailed model kit that reproduces the legendary German composite aircraft used during World War II. This fascinating model accurately captures the engineering craftsmanship of Nazi Germany, which combined a Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter with a Junkers Ju 88 bomber to create one of the most unusual and daring weapons of the war.The Mistel 1 was developed with the goal of countering the growing threat of Allied attacks against Germany's industrial and military infrastructure. The proposed solution was a composite aircraft, in which the Messerschmitt Bf 109 acted as a "drone" or "guided aircraft," carrying the heavy Junkers Ju 88 loaded with explosives. Upon reaching the target area, the Bf 109 pilot would parachute in, while the Ju 88 pilot would guide the Mistel complex toward the target.The ICM 1/48 Mistel 1 offers a meticulous reproduction of the features of both aircraft involved in the project. The model features finely sculpted details on the surfaces of the aircraft, the accurately reproduced cockpit, and a wide range of authentic armament. Modelers will have the opportunity to experience the fascination of assembling and painting two different aircraft with historical accuracy, creating a work of art that celebrates the daring and technological innovation of the era.

 
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Chernobyl #6
SKU ICM-35906
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: Ucraina
Period: Modern
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 Chernobyl #6 Feat of Divers (3 figures)In the first days after the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, firefighters extinguished the flames by pouring water on the fire and sprinkling the ignition chambers with sand and pebbles. This helped prevent potentially dire consequences. Five days later, however, the situation became more complicated as the reactor continued to melt, gradually destroying the concrete slab under which lay a huge pool of water. Contact of the roasted mass with water could release a giant cloud of radioactive water vapor into the atmosphere. To avoid a possible disaster, the pool had to be drained immediately, so the situation required the involvement of people with diving skills because access to the resistance taps was underwater. Three people were involved in this operation. The divers knew they would be exposed to radiation in the pool, but they safely reached the shutoff valves. It took a few tries, but they were up to the task and their feat has become the stuff of legend.

 
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US Helicopter Pilots
SKU ICM-53101
Brand ICM
Scale: 1/35
Nation: United States of America
Period: Vietnam
Type: Figurini
Category Figurines

1/35 U.S. Helicopter Pilots (1960s-1970s)By mid-1967, the U.S. troop group on the Indochina territory already had 2,000 helicopters, and within a year their number increased to 4,200. The helicopters were perfect for conducting combat operations in jungle conditions. They carried out reconnaissance, fire cover for ground units from the air, landing amphibious assaults and transporting cargo. Among the transport helicopters, CH-54 heavy crane helicopters proved excellent. Their crews performed the task of transporting various cargo and weapons, from bulldozers to combat ships, and also participated in the evacuation of damaged helicopters and airplanes. It was a difficult service and sometimes performed under fire from the ground. The Vietnam War became a serious test for U.S. helicopters,The set consists of four figures of U.S. helicopter pilots in different types of uniformsThe figures are depicted in a scene of preparation for a combat missionThe set is made for use with model kits of Vietnam War transport helicopters, such as the CH-54 TarheNumber of figures: 4The Vietnam War (1964 / 1965-1975) was a conflict fought between the government of South Vietnam, supported very intensively (economically, politically, militarily) by the United States, and North Vietnam, supported by the USSR and the PRC. On the American side, during this conflict, aviation played a gigantic role and great changes in the U.S. military's approach to helicopter warfare. Even during the Korean War (1950-1953), helicopters were treated primarily as a very mobile transport and their role in battlefield support was relatively limited. This view changed considerably during the Vietnam War. On the one hand helicopter transport capabilities were developed (e.g. by introducing UH-1 Huey helicopters into service a few before the Vietnam War), which was very important in the unfavorable terrain of Vietnam (jungle, numerous hills), and on the other - strictly attack machines, such as AH-1 Cobras. It is worth adding that the U.S. committed about 12,000 helicopters to this conflict, of which about 5,600 were irretrievably lost. It is also worth adding that during the Vietnam War, for the first time in history, an aircraft division using helicopters was used on such a scale-obviously, we are talking about the 1st Cavalry Division[ang. 1st Cavalry Division (Airborne)] .The Vietnam War, also known as the Second Indochina War (called the Vietnam War), was fought from 1964 (events in the Gulf of Tonkin) or 1965 (the landing of the first, larger U.S. forces in Vietnam) until 1975, that is, until the occupation of South Vietnam through North Vietnam. The opponents of this war were, on the one hand, the United States, which supported its ally, i.e., South Vietnam and North Vietnam, together with the Vietcong communist guerrillas, supported (in one way or another) by the PRC and the USSR. Suppose that at one time, at most, North Vietnam involved about 690,000 soldiers, Vietcong-about 200,000 in the conflict, while the U.S. reached the peak of its involvement in 1969, when Vietnam had about 540,000 American soldiers. The immediate cause of the conflict was North Vietnam's claims and ambitions to seize power and control over its southern neighbor, something the United States could not and would not accept. The Vietnam War was an excellent example of guerrilla warfare, in which the highly advanced technological armed forces of the United States suffered considerable losses and ultimately lost in the clash with the incomparably worse armed forces. It is worth adding that from a purely military point of view, U.S. troops managed to inflict huge losses on their opponents (e.g., the 1968 Tet Offensive), but on the so-called The "home front" lost it completely. It is often assumed that the Vietnam War was lost by the United States primarily because of tensions in American society, its reluctance to do so, and the inability of the U.S. establishment to provide a convincing justification for it. The Vietnam War finally ended in 1975 with a complete defeat of the United States, which was forced to withdraw from Vietnam and come to terms with the unification of Vietnam by the communist government in Hanoi. The country's prestige on the international stage has also long since declined significantly.

 
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