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NEW! Fujimi 723433 MI-26 JGSDF Staff (Ground)

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Scale: 1:72
Manufacturer: Fujimi
Product code: fjm723433
Availability: in stock!
Estimated shipping date: monday, 3.10.2022
48.86 AUD or 25700 pts.

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ManufacturerFujimi
Product codefjm723433
Weight:0.11 kg
Ean:4968728723433
Scale1:72
Added to catalog on:23.9.2022
Tags:Japanese-Modern-Infantry

Japanese Self-Defense Forces (eng. The Japan Self-Defense Force (JSDF for short) was formed in July 1954, after the official end of the occupation of Japan by US troops. These forces consist of three elements: navy, aviation and land forces (Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, JGSDF for short, Japanese Rikujo Jieitai). The latter currently have around 150,000 soldiers. Their main core are motorized and mechanized infantry units, which together have 8 active divisions. For example, the 4th Division stationed in the city of Kasuga consists of, among others, two squadrons of Type 10 tanks, three regiments of infantry, a reconnaissance battalion, an anti-aircraft battalion or an air unit. The basic types of heavy weapons of the Japanese infantry are currently Type 96 wheeled armored personnel carriers (KTO), Type 89 armored personnel carriers (IFVs), Type 16 wheeled tank destroyers or Type 87 reconnaissance vehicles. land forces do not have highly offensive weapons, although this state of affairs is slowly changing.

Japanese Self-Defense Forces (eng. The Japan Self-Defense Force (JSDF for short) was formed in July 1954, after the official end of the occupation of Japan by US troops. These forces consist of three elements: navy, aviation and land forces (Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, JGSDF for short, Japanese Rikujo Jieitai). The latter currently have around 150,000 soldiers. Their main core are motorized and mechanized infantry units, which together have 8 active divisions. For example, the 4th Division stationed in the city of Kasuga consists of, among others, two squadrons of Type 10 tanks, three regiments of infantry, a reconnaissance battalion, an anti-aircraft battalion or an air unit. The basic types of heavy weapons of the Japanese infantry are currently Type 96 wheeled armored personnel carriers (KTO), Type 89 armored personnel carriers (IFVs), Type 16 wheeled tank destroyers or Type 87 reconnaissance vehicles. land forces do not have highly offensive weapons, although this state of affairs is slowly changing.

Japanese Self-Defense Forces (eng. The Japan Self-Defense Force (JSDF for short) was formed in July 1954, after the official end of the occupation of Japan by US troops. These forces consist of three elements: navy, aviation and land forces (Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, JGSDF for short, Japanese Rikujo Jieitai). The latter currently have around 150,000 soldiers. Their main core are motorized and mechanized infantry units, which together have 8 active divisions. For example, the 4th Division stationed in the city of Kasuga consists of, among others, two squadrons of Type 10 tanks, three regiments of infantry, a reconnaissance battalion, an anti-aircraft battalion or an air unit. The basic types of heavy weapons of the Japanese infantry are currently Type 96 wheeled armored personnel carriers (KTO), Type 89 armored personnel carriers (IFVs), Type 16 wheeled tank destroyers or Type 87 reconnaissance vehicles. land forces do not have highly offensive weapons, although this state of affairs is slowly changing.

Japanese Self-Defense Forces (eng. The Japan Self-Defense Force (JSDF for short) was formed in July 1954, after the official end of the occupation of Japan by US troops. These forces consist of three elements: navy, aviation and land forces (Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, JGSDF for short, Japanese Rikujo Jieitai). The latter currently have around 150,000 soldiers. Their main core are motorized and mechanized infantry units, which together have 8 active divisions. For example, the 4th Division stationed in the city of Kasuga consists of, among others, two squadrons of Type 10 tanks, three regiments of infantry, a reconnaissance battalion, an anti-aircraft battalion or an air unit. The basic types of heavy weapons of the Japanese infantry are currently Type 96 wheeled armored personnel carriers (KTO), Type 89 armored personnel carriers (IFVs), Type 16 wheeled tank destroyers or Type 87 reconnaissance vehicles. land forces do not have highly offensive weapons, although this state of affairs is slowly changing.

Japanese Self-Defense Forces (eng. The Japan Self-Defense Force (JSDF for short) was formed in July 1954, after the official end of the occupation of Japan by US troops. These forces consist of three elements: navy, aviation and land forces (Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, JGSDF for short, Japanese Rikujo Jieitai). The latter currently have around 150,000 soldiers. Their main core are motorized and mechanized infantry units, which together have 8 active divisions. For example, the 4th Division stationed in the city of Kasuga consists of, among others, two squadrons of Type 10 tanks, three regiments of infantry, a reconnaissance battalion, an anti-aircraft battalion or an air unit. The basic types of heavy weapons of the Japanese infantry are currently Type 96 wheeled armored personnel carriers (KTO), Type 89 armored personnel carriers (IFVs), Type 16 wheeled tank destroyers or Type 87 reconnaissance vehicles. land forces do not have highly offensive weapons, although this state of affairs is slowly changing.

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