U.S. Medic WWII
Modeling the U.S. Army in WWII

Mustang Productions


This has long been one of my favorite figures. As a YANKS product, he appears in my Hürtgen Forest diorama as a medic, and in my 155mm howitzer diorama as one of the artillery crew. He wears the early variety of the winter combat trousers that does not have the off-center zippered fly. The armband is molded onto the figure, and can be used for either a medic or an MP, as advertised in the earlier YANKS version. The figures are identical castings of the one-piece body and attachable head. Even just swapping heads with one that is laughing or frowning can decisively change the mood of this character, making him very versatile for any diorama or vignette. It's good to see him back on the front lines.

Product sample provided by Mustang Productions.


Modeling the U.S. Army in WWII © 2002 Timothy S. Streeter