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Flammpanzer II (x2)
includes two Flammpanzer II Flame-thrower tanks & one Tank Commander sprue.
The first purpose built flame-thrower equipped tank that saw service with the German Army during the Second World War was the Flammpanzer II. Built on the chassis of a Panzer II D or E, the design mounted two separately operated flame projectors on the front of each track fender.
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Operation Barbarossa began a struggle of epic proportions that would result in four years of bitter fighting between the Germans and Soviets.
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Each nozzle was feed via individual fuel tanks containing 160 litres of fuel; enough for up to eighty two to three second bursts of flame. Secondary armament was provided by a single turret-mounted MG34.
Flammpanzer II tanks were issued to
Panzerabteilung (F) 100
Panzer Abteilung (F) 101
. During Operation Barbarossa,
Panzerabteilung (F) 100
was attached to
Panzerabteilung (F) 101
. The Flammpanzer II tanks were used as a close combat weapon working in support of infantry.
Design by Evan Allen
Painted by Aaron Mathie
The Flammpanzer II in Flames Of War
Equipment and Notes
Two 1.4cm Flammenwerfer
Flame-thrower, Hull mounted.
Mounting flame-throwers in tanks gives them much greater fuel capacity making them more effective, while the armour ensures that the flame-thrower survives long enough to get close and do its terrible work.
To learn more about Tank Flame-throwers, see page 199 of the rulebook.
Some tanks mount weapons in the front of the hull instead of in a turret to save weight or to make them easier to produce.
A hull-mounted weapon mounted in the front of a vehicle has a 180-degree Field of Fire covering everything in front of a line drawn across the front of the vehicle. If the weapon is mounted at the rear of the vehicle, the Field of Fire covers everything to the rear of a line drawn across the rear of the vehicle.
The Flammpanzer II Prepare To Fire!
Last Updated On
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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