Note: this list overlaps with my better pack, which can be seen here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/377435
About this creation
This is the Dodge WC54, a battlefield ambulance capable of serving 4-7 patients at one time. It's a dependable design that has saved countless lives on the battlefield.
This is the Willys MB jeep, a versatile light utility vehicle used for recon, moving supplies and men, and infantry fire support with either .50 caliber machine guns or our 105mm recoilless rifles.
This is the Weasel armored car, a light combat vehicle used for recon and infantry support with it's .50 cal machine gun and 15mm autocannon.
This is the M30 cargo truck, a light truck designed to transport supplies and sometimes behind friendly lines. Operational range is roughly 490 miles.
This is the M34 cargo truck, a medium weight cargo truck designed to transport our M113 155mm howitzers to the battlefield. The howitzers have an max range of 15,000 meters and can fire a burst of 4 rounds per minute.
This is the M251 halftrack, a halftrack from the 1940's. The armor can stop small arms and shrapnel and it is armed with a .50 caliber machine gun.
This is the AMX-14, a unique light tank known for it's unconventional oscillating turret. Armament consists of a 90mm cannon fed by a 12 round autoloader as well as a .30 caliber machine gun. The chassis is light yet reliable and decently protected, resulting in it being a mobile light tank with plenty of firepower to spare.
This is the AMX-TC, an APC variant of the AMX-14. It can carry 10 soldiers, has armor up to 40mm thick, and is armed with a 20mm auto cannon mounted in a turret.
This is the HT-10, a heavy tank designed to provide powerful long range firepower with it's 105 mm gun and is well protected against enemy fire with frontal armor of 200mm thickness. It is also armed with two .30 caliber machine guns. Operational range is 250 kilometers.
This is the MT-55, a medium tank that used to be our main tank. The frontal armor can shrug off hits from hand held anti-tank weapons and the majority of tanks guns due to its 100mm thick armor. Armament includes a 75mm rifled gun and two light machine guns.
This is the Ar 196, a recon float plane capable of either being launched from ship or taking off of water. It can fly up to 200 mph, has a range of 700 miles, and an armament of 8 .50 caliber machine guns.
This is the P-51 Mustang, a classic naval fighter now used in reduced roles compared to how our great country used it a decade ago. We now use them primarily for ground attack and recon, leaving the air combat to our more advanced fighters. With their 6 .50 cal. machine guns and 10 127mm rockets they still pack quite the punch.
This is the B-17 Flying Fortress, an older bomber that we used in the 1940's and are now using for both reserve and export. Range is 2,000 miles with a 6,000 lbs. bomb load.
This is the F-86 Sabre, a jet aircraft that acts as both a fighter-interceptor and a fighter-bomber. It's capable of speeds of 1,100 kph, has a range of 2,500 kilometers, and is armed with 6 12.7 mm machine guns, and a variety of bombs/rockets up to 2,400 kg.
This is the Super Meteor F.10, a fighter bomber introduced towards the beginning of the 1950's. It can fly at 700 kph with a range of 1,100 kilometers. Armament is one 25mm nose cannon, 4 15mm cannons, and up to 3,000 lbs in bombs or rockets.
This is the DD-435, an older destroyer that our navy hopes to replace with a more modern ship. It's armed with 4 5 inch dual purpose guns, 10 torpedo tubes, 4 depth charge racks, and several dozen AA guns.
Quoting TheWolfBrigade 01
I'm thinking of buying some AMX-14s, the halftrack, and maybe modify that B-17. Also I can buy some Dodge WC54s.
Why would you want a B-17 when you have your technically Junkers 137? I'm also a bit confused why you would want the other vehicles, but I'm willing to sell production rights for the right price. Name your offer.