This is a resin-cast figure or figure set for use with military dioramas or individual display.
The Korean War began on June 25, 1950, when the North Korean Army crossed the border into South Korea. The South Korean Army and the USFK were temporarily cornered on the edge of the Korean Peninsula, but the situation changed significantly after the Incheon landing operation. The U.S. Marine Corps can be said to be the driving force behind this. This unpainted resin figure from DEF Model brings us a USMC tank crewman, leaning confidently on his tank (not included) in his octagonal cap and M1943 HBT work uniform. This figure would also work with an M4 tank during the Pacific War. Order yours today!