A three-man reconnaissance Jeep patrol make their way down a lonely, snow-covered forest track somewhere in the Ardennes just before first light on the morning of December 16, 1944. Suddenly, they halt the vehicle and listen… Is that tanks they hear in the distance…? K&C’s latest jeep mounts a .30cal. machine gun on the front of the vehicle and contains 3 x winter-clad GI’s (an additional M1 carbine is also included) about to discover the source of the sound they can hear…
"Support Group" provides the platoon with extra fire power...a .30 cal machine gun is backed by a "bazooka guy" plus two additional riflemen.
One of Otto Skorzeny's "imitation" American GI's faces a firing squard.
75mm Airborne Pack Howitzer firing over open sights. 3 paratroopers - cold and hungry, man the gun.
Three cold GI's huddle together for warmth.