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What is inside?

Packed again with articles and ‘how to’ features. Undoubted highlight of this edition is our Royal Netherlands Army feature. We were treated so well by our Dutch friends and it is great to be able to show them at work through the brilliant photography of Tony Hoare and Mick Holland. There is so much more to come from them in the months ahead along with a good many contributors in the military hobby world’s fastest growing magazine; so stick around.

Mark Barnes

Rolling Thunder
Vietnam Reenactment Group. We make no secret of being admirers of the wonderful display put on by the award winning RollingThunder.

Bumper to Bumper Part 1 - WWII US Army Vehicle Markings.
Ben Major – gives us a guide through US vehicle markings..are yours right or wrong?

Just Ordinary Men
Martin Fielden describes making two parachute jumps onto the Arnhem drop zones as part of the 65th Anniversary commemoration of Operation Market Garden

Getting Heavy
The editor looks back at the War & Peace show – a visit to the Twickenham Off-Roaders course to look at a selection of heavy lorries being put through their paces.

StuG of The Dump
We promised we would bring you more about the recovery and restoration of the a StuG IV that was recovered from a Polish bog – Anthony Sewards brings the story up to date.

War Paint
Mandy Fox continues the theme of ‘how to join in on the cheap’. In this issue of ‘Make do and Mand’ she shows the ladies how to wear your makeup for a day event.

The Best Form of Defense
As Britain's wartime heritage continues to fall victim of neglect or the wrecking ball, Paul Connor explains how his direct action will save part of the last pillbox along his stretch of the south coast of England.

The Rixons Go To Normandy

Richard and Rosie Rixon recall some experiences from the 65th Anniversary of D-Day

And that is just to name a few articles and there are a few surprises in this edition too. And please see below for our money back guarantee!



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