There are several new sets of wheels for German vehicles, like the Henschel truck or Sd.Kfz. 222, plus the modern Unimog U1300L, and a barrel for Tamiya AMX 13.
Assault Models released a new figure in 1/35 scale... a modern British Para armed with L7A2.
Panda announces three new Russian vehicles at once. They are expected to be available before end of the year.
The new issue of Hobbyworld is out, this month it comes with two armoured articles among other modelling features.
Armorama run the last news report on Jeff Shiu's Miniatures a long time ago. In the meantime the company released a plethora of anazing figures in 120mm scale. The latest releases from Jeff Shiu are based on a well known image of German soldiers from Battle of the Bulge.
Modelcollect just released info on a new 1/72 scale kit in the company's pipeline, announced as coming soon.
Modelcollect announced several different S300 versions in 1/72 scale soon to be added to their catalogue. Check out the box arts and some photos of the test model build.
Ultracast shop has a 25% discount on all products on their webshop -only for this weekend.
We published news on M60A2 title from SABOT Publications couple of months ago. Now we have info on the second volume covering the vehicle: M60A2 Vol2!
Italian military figures from World War Two have always been hard to come by, but now MasterBox has announced a set of five Italian figures. You get three infantry with an officer and an armoured vehicle crew member.
MiniArt it would seem has been asked a lot of questions about their Su 122 with interior. The basis of the question is can we expect a kit minus the interior; MiniArt answer the question.
Battlegate Games just released a new batch of modern individual weapons in 1/35 scale. As with all Battlegate offerings, these sets have been produced using rapid prototyping.
Trumpeter has just shown some photos of the M270 MLRS kit. That can only mean it is close to release!
A new magazine has just been launched from FC Model Trend, a publication in English language featuring armour modelling articles and with the aim to be as instructive as possible for modellers of all levels.
For the moment it is published only in digital format, as a PDF file.
Dragon is about to release a kit of the MIM-104B Patriot Surface-To-Air Missile (SAM) System (PAC-1) w/M983 HEMTT under their Black Label Series.
A truly impressive model, given the size of both elements included.
Armor35 is expanding their line of 1/35 resin details with this series of Zil-131 tires.
Matho Models has two new sets of bollards on offer in 1:35. These represent either plastic or wooden ones, commonly seen in present-day European towns.
Mirage Hobby has launched a new product that can be used to improve any model with welded plates: ready to use copper weld lines.
It is available at different scales.
Dragon Models has announced a new model of the M103A2, with re-tooled parts from their M103A1.
It is expected to be released this month of June.
Osprey has several new books by their heavy hitters (Estes, Zaloga, Dunstan, and Galeotti) coming out for the next several months. WW2, Vietnam, modern, etc. in the standard Osprey format.
There are several new sets from Eureka XXL for June, including three of tents and tarpaulins, and cables for the T-44 and T-44M tanks.
The Mighty Jingles was in Dorset the weekend just gone and was part of a convoy that caused some hold ups in the local area. The Armour and Embarkation event took place on the weekend of the 18th and 19th June and represents the Allied Forces moving down to the coast to board the ships that would take them to Fortress Europe.
Dragon Models has announced a kit that has caught my attention, a smart kit offering of a StuG.III Ausf.E in 1/35th scale. Part of what has caught my attention is the interior and gun breech detail provided. On the down side for many will be the DS tracks.
BRAVO-6 released a Vietnam War USMC sniper team with their typical uniforms,gear and rifles.
The series of Panzer Tracts books will be continued this year with two new volumes, focused on the Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf. H and Ausf. J, and the late developments of the Sd.Kfz. 251 and its planned successor, the Kätzchen.