0,045 kg - 1,195 kg
The D-Day landings were the biggest undertaking of the US Army to that point in the war. The US Army was huge, but most of its divisions were totally inexperienced. Only a handful of divisions had taken part in the fighting in North Africa, and most of those were still engaged in Italy. To offset this inexperience, they had raised elite assault troops, such as paratroopers and rangers, reorganised their regular troops for assault landings, and brought experienced veteran divisions back from the Mediterranean. This gives an American commander a wide choice of forces, even though their equipment was standardised to maximise the benefits of Americsn-style mass production. Do you want to field fresh, eager troops, available in significant numbers, or do you want to field the less common desert veterans. Are you content with regular army troops, or do you want a small, elite strike force?
- Background on the US Army during liberation of France, the Battle of the Bulge, and the battle for Germany.
- Instructions on how to build a Veteran M4 Sherman (Late) Tank Company, Veteran M24 Chaffee Tank Company, M4 Sherman (Late) Tank Company, M24 Chaffee Tank Company, Battle Weary Armoured Rifle Company, Battle Weary Rifle Company, Bastogne Parachute Rifle Company, Bastogne Glider Rifle Company, M18 Tank Destroyer Company, and M36 Tank Destroyer Company.
- A Painting and Basing guide.
- Three new Bulge themed Missions.
- Fog and Winter Weather rules.