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Show your mannequins!

Article about: My German artillery Oberlautnant (full mannequin) named Hans Wildner (It is a named tunic, hehe ).

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    My five boys

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    Here are some pics of a few of my full mannequins. FYI - I'm still missing a few bits & pieces to have these completed.
    The first one is a 5th Brigade, 13th Regiment. I fitted him with the usual accoutrements of a soldier that would have fielded a trenchgun. He has the shotgun shell pouch with some spent brass shell casings and ID's to a Lt. G.M. Wolcott and a great condition USMC embossed .45 caliber leather holster.
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    This is my WWI USMC 5th Brigade, 11th Regiment mannequin. This is ID's to a George Hartman, and it came with his unifor, a picture of him in his uniform, his overcoat, overseas cap, leggings, and his awards.
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    This is my WWII USMC Raider. I found this pic of a Raider being congratulated for taking out a Japanese machine gun nest, and it was my inspiration of the mannequin. What really caught my eye with the pic is that the raider has a USMC Raider Stilletto.
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    And, finally, this is my European theater WWII Army. I think I have all the equipment on him that one would have carried.
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    Hi

    belgian army, lieutenant of the " chasseurs ardennais "
    tunic model 35















    @+pegase

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    Nice set up. Ugly face though
    He looks like he was beaten up.
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Quote by don_kihotis7 View Post
    Nice set up. Ugly face though
    He looks like he was beaten up.
    I agree.
    But a nice display.

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    Quote by don_kihotis7 View Post
    Nice set up. Ugly face though
    He looks like he was beaten up.
    thanks

    He kooks bad : perhaps he just failled his exam for captain

    cheers, hughes

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    This USAAF pilot is wearing an A-10 Summer flying helmet, Polaroid All-purpose goggles, AN-6550 summer flying suit, B-5 'Mae West' life vest and a .45 shoulder holster. Attached to the zip of his flying suit is his 'Acme Thunderer' whistle and around his neck he wears a waterproof match case with inset compass. In front of him a couple of AAF Cloth charts, a cloth survival chart for the navigation of rubber rafts, Pointie Talkie booklet, Drinking Water Kit and escape compass in protective cover.
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