Although, strictly speaking, the B.A.R. (Browning Automatic Rifle) was not a machine gun it was employed mostly in the light machine gun role within American WW2 Infantry Squads. Each American infantry squad (usually 8-10 men) would always contain at least one soldier carrying the B.A.R. Both the M1 ‘Garand’ Rifle and B.A.R. used the same .30 cal. ammunition. K&C’s new B.A.R. Gunner is taking cover as he observes the enemy.
One of Otto Skorzeny's "imitation" American GI's faces a firing squard.
Three cold GI's huddle together for warmth.
The ubiquitous jeep, but probably one you’ve never seen before! Armour plate protects the front of the engine as well as three sides of the driver/ passenger area. A 30...