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  1. Operation Stalemate II, September 1944 Marines of the 1st Division attempt to reach the sea wall under heavy enemy fire following an amphibious landing on the Island of Peleliu. Operation Stalemate II, September 1944 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Operation Stalemate II, September 1944 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Operation Stalemate II, September 1944 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Operation Stalemate II, September 1944 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Operation Stalemate II, September 1944 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Operation Stalemate II, September 1944 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr
  2. US troops, members of the Coalition Forces carrying out Operation Desert Storm, enter a vacant Kuwait City in February 1991. Coalition Forces Enter Kuwait City, 27 February 1991 by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr Kuwait City by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr CU_Kuwait by Nicholas Goodman, on Flickr
  3. The Oleon (ahem...) Royal Marines are wishing all of you, merry Xmas (better late than sorry) and above all, a Happy New Year!
  4. Following the Assault Gunship from a few days ago, here is an APC, cleary inspired by the "now-a-bit-old" M113. It features lowering back access ramp (with two openable doors), access ramp for crew area, openable roof (emergency exit) on the rooftop. It also features two light double barreled pulse cannons on the sides, and a third mounted on the missile turret on top. The missile launcher carries four multi-purpose missiles (AA/AT), and is equipped with Image Recognition camera for target acquisition. In front of each soldier there's a rack mount with his weapon. The only issue now is: do I make it a sort of "floating" vehicle, like repulsorlifts in Star Wars, or do I make it tracked? If the second, can anyone help me? I'm not good with tracks... The APC is crewed by two men: Sergeant (Commander/Gunner) and Corporal (Pilot). It carries one squad on the field, composed as follows: So, on with the gallery (I know you're here for it!). The exterior, from the front and side. Exterior, back and side. Front view, you can see the pilot through the viewport (it's small, but it's only to supplement the instruments). Crew access hatch open, you can see the pilot and the gunner/commander. Private Smith is telling of an awkward situation he found himself in, when he tried to hit on the general's daughter Privates Doe and Average are having hot coffee, in their lucky mugs, while on the way; war is no reason to stop with habits! View from the top, with the ceiling hatches open. The magnificent missile launcher turret. Another view of the turret. Troop carrier.lxf
  5. RemtonDulyak

    Assault Gunship - My first MOC

    Here is my first MOC, realized with LDD. It's an assault gunship/dropship for special forces, carrying a complement of 5 soldiers (one officer, 4 troopers). It's armed to the teeth, considering that it's mainly a transport. I know there's still much to correct and define, and I'm open to suggestions! (P.S.: the cockpit is open to show the pilot) Front view Rear engines can swivel to maneuver The soldiers inside are so tough they are having a fine time riding to battle You never know when you'll need missiles, better carry enough Counting the seconds to the action Tailgunner is angry The Lieutenant leading the chalk is not scared The pilot knows his way around the battle field Assault Gunship.lxf
  6. Missing Brick

    The Attack On Operations

    A Lego rendition of the famous scene from James Cameron's 1986 movie 'Aliens'. ------------------------------ "They cut the power..... What do you mean 'they cut the power'? How can they cut the power? They're animals!" "Hudson, I want you and Vasquez walking the perimeter with motion trackers. We can't afford to let one of those b@stards in here" "I've got signals ... definitely inside the barricades. They're in here... There's movement all over the place!" "Vasquez? .... Hudson may be right". Get back to operations!! Seal the lock! "Signals clean. Range 20 meters....Six meters... five.. four... what the hell?" Custom aliens minifigs by Matthias aka Blacktron
  7. Woah, that Brickset push really helped! The Space Marines project just reached 10K supporters around an hour ago. Congrats 'NickRoyer'!