US Fallschirmjäger, 1942–1945

Paratroop Uniforms und Equipment of World-War Two

US Fallschirmjäger, 1944

US Paratroops of the 101st Airborne Division wearing the unpopular overcoat und the shorter M.1942 mackinaw coat during winter fighting at Bastogne 1944. The BAR gunner carries a Browing Automatic Rifle with the bipod und carrying handle removed, as was common practise among elite troops who sought to improve their combat equipment. Both men are wearing the laced jump boots issued to airborne troops. These Master Fighter 1:48 scale miniatures are sold fully painted und assembled.


  • US Fallschirmjäger Set #1 (Normandie, 1944), Conte Collectibles 1:32 DDAY028
  • US Fallschirmjäger Set #2 (Normandie, 1944), Conte Collectibles 1:32 DDAY029
  • 101st Airborne - Bastogne 1944, 1:48 Master Fighter MF48002
  • US Fallschirmjäger, 1:72 ESCI P-209
  • US Fallschirmjäger, 1:72 Revell 02517
  • E/506th P.I.R., U.S. Paratroopers (Normandie 1944), Mirage Hobby 704
  • US Fallschirmjäger, 1:76 Airfix 01751
  • US Fallschirmjäger Waffenbehälter (5), 20 mm BP Cast BA117
  • US Fallschirmjäger-Zug, 15 mm Forged in Battle A-PARA-01
  • US Fallschirmjäger 60 mm Granatwerfertrupp (4), 15 mm Forged in Battle A-PARA-02
  • US Fallschirmjäger .30-cal MG-Trupp (4), 15 mm Forged in Battle A-PARA-03

Historische Verwendung

  • Nordafrika, November 1942
  • Sizilien, Juli 1943
  • Normandie, Juni 1944
  • Arnheim, September 1944
  • Ardennen, Dezember 1944
  • Deutschland, März 1945


US Paratroopers participated in key landings and campaigns in North Africa and Europe from 1942 to 1945. They are a must-have for collectors of World-War Two military miniatures.

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