August 22, 2017 by thisisazrael
First up is David Stirling, the founder of the British SAS.
Colonel Stirling formed and trained the first elements of the SAS on the premise that a small elite unit of highly trained commandos would inflict more damage on an enemy than a company of regular soldiers.
Also, just in time for the new Bolt Action campaign book New Guinea, Stoessi adds a cool character for people who play Japanese armies: Hiroo Onoda, who did not surrender until 1974.
Colonel Robert E. Hogan, senior ranking POW officer in a prison camp called Stalag 13.
Oberst Wilhelm Klink is the Kommandant of a prisoner camp called Stalag 13 and Oberfeldwebel Schultz is the camp’s Sergeant of the Guard.
All the minis are in 28mm scale and made from white metal.
What do you think of these characterful miniatures?
"Colonel Stirling formed and trained the first elements of the SAS..."