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Soviet Navy Fleet - Cruel Seas - 782611003

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Supplier Warlord Games
Code 782611003
Type Box Set

Buy Cheap Warlord Games Cruel Seas Naval Warfare Soviet Navy Miniatures Now, Get 20% Discount Off RRP - Free UK Delivery Over £75 - Same Day Dispatch In Stock Orders - Royal Mail 24 Service Standard

1 Cruel Seas: Naval Battles Soviet Navy Fleet contains:

  • 4 x G5 MTB (metal)
  • 4 x D3 MTB (metal)
  • 2 x Bronekaters (metal)
  • 1 x Fugas class Minesweeper (resin and metal)
  • 1 x Il-2 Sturmovik (metal)
  • Ship Cards
  • Wakes
  • Plastic Torpedo markers

Voyenno-morskoy flot SSSR (VMF) – i.e. The Military Maritime Fleet of the USSR, or the ‘Red Fleet’ for short.

The Russian Armed forces of WWII are an interesting blend of extraordinary innovation and technical achievement, and extraordinary inexperience and foolish management of its huge forces.

Russia had plenty of small ships and boats for both offensive and defensive purposes. These small ships and boats came in many shapes and sizes.

A common class, over 350 being put into service, was the MO small guard ship. It stood for Maly Okhotnik, or “small hunter” and gained the nickname Moshkaor “fly”. These useful vessels were primarily built for anti-submarine work, but soon extra roles were found for them: minelaying and sweeping, convoy, patrol and even supporting ground operations.

Captured craft and lend-lease British and American MTBs were used in their light flotillas. Their home-grown efforts, however, produced the peculiar looking G-5 light torpedo boats.

The G-5s main strike weapon was two torpedoes, stern launched, which was rare in WWII. They were dropped tail first into the water, so a sharp turn was necessary on launch to get out of the way. Unlike most other nations, the boats carried no cannon but were armed with one 12.7mm machine gun and normally two 7.62mm MMGs.

Supplied unpainted & unassembled

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