two figures are pictured working on Sherman with a nasty hole in
through the star marking on the left hull. Judging from what we
know about "death traps" from Belton Cooper, being a recovery
worker could be a pretty grisly job. While one soldier in herring
bone coveralls and soft cap marks the side of the hull with a piece
of chalk (not included), the other, wearing winter overalls and
a wool knit beanie, stands peering into the commander's hatch.
figures are nicely scaled at around 5'9". Bill Chilstrom's
sculpting is good, but there are more mold seams than usual on these
figures so some careful cleanup will be necessary.
has promoted this set as "Atten-Shun! Part 2," with the
first set comprised of General Patton saluting a mechanic while
his driver waits in the command car. The package names, however,
make no reference to this bit of marketing. There's really no direct
relation between the two sets (it's hard to believe this recovery
team wouldn't also be aware of the general's presence, especially
with those horns on his Dodge!) and the two sets can stand on their
This set also forms the basis for Warriors' later U.S.
Tanker Pair WWII.