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Uz vječno pitanja;"Koje boje koristiti za pojedine uniforme?"--> Evo i odgovora:

Vol.1

ALL COLOR NUMBERS REFER TO TESTORS PAINTS. For one shade colors, here are the Testors numbers; Black (1149 or 1749), White (1168 or 1768), Gold (1144 or 1744), Silver (1146), Steel (1180 or 1780), Brass (1182 or 1782), Flesh (flat-various available shades or mixtures). Aircraft Interior Black (2040) referred to below, is a VERY dark matte shade of charcoal gray and perfect for black uniform cloth.

WORLD WAR II ALLIES

UNITED STATES

U.S. INFANTRY European Theater (1942-44)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Trousers, overcoat -- Field Drab (1702)
Field Jackets, Shirts -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Helmet, bayonet scabbard -- Olive Drab (2050)
Shovel handle, MG box and tripod, mortar and mortar shell, mine detector, grenades, bazooka, flame-thrower -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Leggings, belt, straps, pouches, pack, canteen -- Armor Sand (1704)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Ital. dark (2111)
Boots, officer's pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Metal parts of weapons , bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Canteen cap -- Steel
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTE: Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #347 - The US Army in WWII (2) - The Mediterranean

Suitable sets for these would be US Marineinfanterie/US Marines, "Big Red One", and any U.S. Infantry WW II figures in overcoats.


U.S. INFANTRY European Theater (1944-45)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Trousers, overcoat -- Field Drab (1702)
Field Jackets -- Green (2029)
Shirts -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Helmet, bayonet scabbard -- Olive Drab (2050)
Shovel handle, MG box and tripod, mortar and mortar shell, mine detector, grenades, bazooka, flame-thrower -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Belt, straps, pouches, pack, canteen -- Armor Sand (1704)
Boots, officer's pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Ital. dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Canteen cap -- Steel
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTE: Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #350 The US Army in World War II (3) - North-West Europe and box art.

Suitable sets for these would be US Infanterie/US Infantry


US ARMY (Pacific Theater 1942-45 and US Marines 1942)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform -- Pale Green (1716)
Helmet, bayonet scabbard, shovel handle, MG box and tripod, mortar and mortar shell,
mine detector, grenades, bazooka, flame-thrower -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Leggings, belt, straps, pouches, pack, canteen -- Armor Sand (1704)
Boots, officer's pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Ital. dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons , bayonet, -- Gunmetal (1795)
Canteen cap -- Steel
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTE: Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #342 The US Army of WWII, Pacific

Suitable sets for these would be US Marineinfanterie/US Marines,or "Big Red One",


U.S. PARATROOPS (1942-45)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform -- Armor Sand (1704)
Helmet, bayonet scabbard, belt, straps, pouches, pack, canteen, shovel handle, MG box and tripod, grenades -- Faded Olive Drab - (2051)
Boots, officer's pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Hair, wooden parts of weapons -- Brown, Ital. dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Canteen cap -- Steel
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Parachute -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Base, helmet camouflage -- Green (2029)

NOTE: These are tan uniforms, not light green as often depicted on box art.
Suggested Reference -- Osprey Elite series #31 U. S. Army Airborne 1940-90

Suitable sets for these would be US Paratroopers "Screaming Eagles".


US MARINES (1943-45)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform -- Pale Green (1716) or CAMOUFLAGE pattern (see Helmet)
Helmet -- CAMOUFLAGE pattern of OD Green (1164) and Field Drab (1702) over a Green (2029) base.
Bayonet scabbard, shovel handle, MG box and tripod, mortar and mortar shell, mine detector, grenades, bazooka, flame-thrower -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Leggings, belt, straps, pouches, pack, canteen -- Armor Sand (1704)
Boots, officer's pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Ital. dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons , bayonet, canteen cap -- Gunmetal (1795)
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTE: Suggested Reference -- Osprey Elite #59 U. S. Marine Corps 1941-45. Ignore any box art showing tan shirts.

Suitable sets for these would be US Marineinfanterie/US Marines, "Big Red One".


U.S. TANK CREWS

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Helmet, coveralls -- Pale Green, (1716)
Jacket -- Armor Sand (1704)
Goggles lenses -- Silver
Boots, pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Pistol or submachinegun -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, wooden parts of submachinegun -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)


GREAT BRITAIN, COMMONWEALTH AND EMPIRE

BRITISH INFANTRY (Europe 1939-45)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform, headgear -- Field Drab (1702)
Helmet, Vickers MG, ammo boxes, mortars, mortar ammo, grenades -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Straps, pouches, packs, haversacks, gaiters -- Armor Sand (1704)
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742)
Boots, bayonet scabbard, pistol -- Black
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
MG belt -- Brass
Hair, rifle stocks -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: Normal headgear was the General Service cap, except for Scottish Regiments who wore tams, and tank crews, who wore black berets. In 1940, some Highland units of the BEF, such as the Black Watch, disregarded orders to the contrary, and wore kilts into battle, with WW I-style Armor Sand (1704) "kilt aprons", front and rear. In 1944 in NW Europe, tank crews were issued a bulky winter coverall called a "Pixie Suit", Flat Tan (1167). Throughout the war, a Leather (1736) jerkin, a sleeveless collarless coat, was worn as an overgarment in cool weather.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #354 The British Army
1939-45(1) - North West Europe

Suitable sets for these would be Britische Infanterie/British Infantry WW II


BRITISH PARATROOPS "Red Devils"

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform -- Field Drab (1702)
Jump Smock -- Camouflage pattern of "brick size" Field Drab (1702) and Medium Green (1713) segments over SAC Bomber Tan (1792) base
Helmet, grenade -- Faded Olive Drab - (2051)
Beret -- Insignia Red (1705) (add some Blue)
Beret badge - Silver
Straps, pouches, packs, haversacks, gaiters - Armor Sand (1704)
Canteen - Dark Tan (1742)
Boots, bayonet scabbard -- Black
Weapons barrels, bayonet, pistol -- Gunmetal (1795)
Vickers MG and ammo boxes -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
MG belt -- Brass
Parachute Harness -- white
Hair, rifle stocks -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base, helmet camouflage -- Green (2029)

NOTES: Suggested Reference -- Osprey Elite Series #1 The Paras - British Airborne Forces 1940-84

Suitable sets for these would be Britische Fallschirmj‰ger/British Paratroops WWII


BRITISH 8TH ARMY

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform, helmet, Vickers MG, mine detector -- Sand (1706)
Overcoat -- Field Drab (1702)
Straps, pouches, packs, haversacks, gaiters - Radome Tan (1709)
Canteen - Field Drab (1702)
Headgear -- See NOTES
Knee socks, officer's hat -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Boots, bayonet scabbard, pistol -- Black
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Grenade -- Faded Olive Drab - (2051)
MG belt -- Brass
Hair, rifle and SMG stocks -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Dark Tan (1742)

NOTES: European Battle Dress uniforms were also worn in the desert, often in combination with tropical dress. [Sweaters and wool caps were Flat Gull Gray (1730).]

The British Army made extensive use of unique Regimental headgear, such as black berets for tank crews, khaki tams for Scottish troops and turbans for Indian troops [both SAC Bomber Tan (1792)]. Australians and Gurkhas wore their own hats (see below.) The normal General Service cap was Sand (1706), but officers of Rifle Regiments wore Flat Green (1171) and officers of one Hussar Regiment (armored cars) wore Flat Red (1150). Free French soldiers of the Foreign Legion, who fought under British command, wore white "kepis". Pipers of Scottish Regiments wore kilts of Regimental color.

NOTES: Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #66 - Montgomery's Desert Army


AUSTRALIAN ARMY (Pacific Theater 1943-45)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform -- Pale Green (1716)
Hat -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Helmet, grenades, radio, Vickers MG, ammo boxes, mortars, mortar ammo -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Hatband, straps, pouches, packs, haversacks, leggings -- Sand (1706)
Canteen - Field Drab (1702)
Boots, bayonet scabbard -- Black
Metal parts of weapons -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, rifle and SMG stocks -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #123 The Australian Army at War 1899-1975

Suggested Figures: HaT WW II Australian Infantry - #7016.


BRITISH ARMY IN BURMA (1943-45)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform -- Pale Green (1716)
Hat -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Hatband -- Sand (1706)
Helmet, grenades, radio, Vickers MG, ammo box, straps, pouches, packs, haversacks gaiters - Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Canteen - Field Drab (1702)
Boots, bayonet scabbard -- Black
Hair, rifle and SMG stocks -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons -- Gunmetal (1795)
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #108, British Infantry Equipment 1908-2000

Suggested figures: HaT WW II Australians #7016


INDIAN GURKHAS

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform and hatband-- Sand (1706)
Hat, knee socks -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Straps, pouches, packs, haversacks -- Armor Sand (1704)
Canteen - Field Drab (1702)
Grenade -- Faded Olive Drab - (2051)
Boots, bayonet scabbard,"kukri" (fighting knife) sheath -- Black
Metal parts of weapons, bayonets, "kukri" (fighting knife) -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, rifle and SMG stocks -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base, hat and sock "flash"-- Green (2029)

NOTES: These figures represent Gurhka Fighting Order for either the Western Desert or the First Burma Campaign. Adjust Base color accordingly.
Suggested Reference -- Osprey Elite #49 The Gurkhas, and box art

Suggested figures: HaT WW II Gurkhas #7017


FRANCE

FRENCH INFANTRY (1939-1940)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Overcoat, helmet -- Field Drab (1711)
Tunic, trousers, puttees -- Field Drab (1711), Chasseurs a Pied -- European Gray (1788) Officer's breeches and puttees -- Sand (1706)
Straps, ammunition pouches, holster -- Flat Tan (1167)
Pack, haversacks -- Sand (1706)
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742)
Boots -- Leather (1736)
Officer's kepi - See NOTES
Hair, wooden parts of rifles -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Rifle barrels, pistol, grenade -- Gunmetal (1795)
Bicycle, telescope -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Bayonet scabbard - Black
Bugle -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: Headgear distinguished French units of 1939-40. For Metropolitan units, this was a Field Drab (1711) beret for Fortress troops, an Aircraft Int. Black (2040) beret for Alpine troops, a European Gray (1788) cap for Chasseurs a Pied, or a Field Drab (1711) cap for everyone else. North African troops received a Sand (1706) headscarf. Officers wore kepis in Branch colors, which, for most, was an Aircraft Int. Black (2040) kepi with a Insignia Red (1705) top and gold trim. Officers of Chasseurs a Pied had a Insignia Blue (1719) top and silver trim to their kepis.

After 1940, Free French units were issued either British (North Africa) or American (NW Europe) uniforms, but retained their own weapons, headgear, straps, packs and pouches.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #315. The French Army 1939-45 (1)

Suggested Figures: HaT WW I French Infantry #7002


SOVIET UNION

RUSSIAN INFANTRY (Summer)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform, cap, metal parts of grenades, ammunition box -- Armor Sand (1704)
Uniform, cap (Officers, Guards units) -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Helmet, officer's hat -- Faded Olive Drab (2051) - see NOTES
Blanket roll, pouches, haversack -- Sand (1706)
Canteen -- Green (2029)
Belt, officer's straps, pistol holster - Leather (1736)
Boots -- Black
Hair, wooden parts of weapons -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons, binoculars -- Gunmetal (1795)
Shovel or grenade handle -- Wood (1735)
MG Belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Mortar, MG ammunition boxes, Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: Russia had the poorest "quality control" of uniforms of any WW II combatant and a "mixed" color appearance was common. The elite Guards units received better quality items, usually "greener" than others, and wore a coin-size Red/Gold badge on their right breast. Officers' uniforms were "greener" and "darker" than enlisted mens'. Branch was reflected in officer's hat bands: Flat Red (1150) for Infantry, Black for Artillery and Engineers. A camouflage cape, with hood, was issued, especially to snipers or anti-tank riflemen. It came in two patterns: Dark Tan (1742) segments over a Sand (1706) base or Aircraft Int. Black (4767) over Green (2029). Camouflage segments were the size and shape of an opened hand print. All soldiers received a knee-length raincape/shelter half, in Armor Sand (1704). This was hooded like the camouflage cape, but sleeveless.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #216 The Red Army of the Great Patriotic War, 1941-450 and box art

Suitable sets for these would be Sowjeitsche Infantrie/Soviet Infantry WW II. Also dismounted HaT Bedouins #7013 make excellent Russians in camouflage capes.

RUSSIAN INFANTRY (Winter)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Padded Winter Uniform -- Sand (1706)
Overcoat -- Armor Sand (1704)
Helmet -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Hat -- Field Drab (1706)
Fur parts of hat -- Flat Gull Gray (1730)
Boots -- Black
Winter camouflage capes, jackets and trousers, fur collar and trim of officer's coat -- White
Officer's coat - Radome tan (1709)
Blanket roll, pouches, haversack, pack -- Sand (1706) or Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Canteen, mortar, mortar shells -- Green (2029)
Belt, officer's straps, mapcase and pistol holster - Leather (1736)
Boots -- Black
Hair, wooden parts of weapons -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Bayonets, binoculars, metal parts of weapons and ski poles -- Gunmetal (1795)
Skis, ski poles, shovel or grenade handles -- Wood (1735)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Mortar, MG ammunition boxes, Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: In deep snow, felt overboots, Flat Gull Gray (1730), were issued.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #216 The Red Army of the Great Patriotic War, 1941-450 and box art.

Suitable sets for these would be Sibirische Schutzen/Siberian Riflemen WW II. Dismounted HaT Bedouins #7013 make excellent Russians in camouflage capes.

RUSSIAN TANK CREWS

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Helmet, coveralls -- European Gray (1740) or Aircraft Int. Black (4767) with an occasional Field Drab (1702) item.
Caps and officer's hats-- European Gray (1788)
Jacket, boots, officer's hat band -- Black
Belt, officer's straps, pistol holster - Leather (1736)
Boots, pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Pistol, submachinegun, binoculars -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, wooden parts of submachinegun -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)


RUSSIAN COSSACKS (cavalry)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Tunic -- Armor Sand (1704)
Cloak, hat -- Aircraft Int. Black (2040)
Trousers, collar tabs and/or epaulette trim -- Cobalt blue (2012)
Boots,scabbard -- Black
Hat top, trouser stripe, hat star -- Flat Red (1150)
Hat top cross -- White
Belts, straps, pouches, stirrup straps -- Leather (1736)
Scabbard trim,sabre handle -- Brass
Sabre,stirrups -- Steel
Hair, wooden parts of weapons -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons, binoculars -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

HORSES

Horse -- whatever
Blanket -- Dark Gull Gray (1740)
Horse's feedbag -- Flat Gull gray (1730) with Dark Tan (1742) bottom
Saddle,straps,pouches -- Leather (1736)

Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: The Soviet Army made several changes in its uniform regulations during the war, but instituted them slowly and erratically. The changeover was still not complete at war's end. Insignia of rank and branch were originally displayed as colored patches on the collar, but, starting in 1943, became epaulets trimmed in the Branch Color, which for all Cavalry was blue. Officer's hats had a blue capband, piping etc. All cavalry, Cossack and non-Cossack, also wore Cobalt Blue britches. Terek Cossacks had a Cobalt Blue (2012) hat top instead of red, but otherwise the same trim, etc.

Suggested Reference -- Box art

Suitable sets for these would be Sowjetische Kosaken/Soviet Cossacks WW II.


Vol.2

ALL COLOR NUMBERS REFER TO TESTORS PAINTS. For one shade colors, here are the Testors numbers; Black (1149 or 1749), White (1168 or 1768), Gold (1144 or 1744), Silver (1146), Steel (1180 or 1780), Brass (1182 or 1782), Flesh (flat-various available shades or mixtures). Aircraft Interior Black (2040) referred to below, is a VERY dark matte shade of charcoal gray and perfect for black uniform cloth.

WORLD WAR II AXIS

GERMANY

INFANTRY 1939-42

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Tunic, cap, helmet, cylindrical gas mask carrier -- OG Green (1164)
Trousers, overcoat, grenade body -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Collar, epaulets (both tunic and overcoat) -- Medium Green (1713)
Epaulet trim (Infantry) -- White
Boots, ammo pouches, holster, belt, straps, shovel, binoculars -- Black
Officer belt and straps -- Leather (1736)
Haversack, mess tin, canteen cup, shovel handle -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742), Black strap
Shelter half roll -- CAMOUFLAGE pattern of Medium Green (1713) and Field Drab (1702) segments over Green (2029) base.
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, pack, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Blanket roll - Flat Gull Gray (1730)
Folded gas cape -- Armor Sand (1704)
MG belt -- Brass
MG ammo boxes, mine detector, mortars and A/T weapons -- Engine Gray (2034)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: For parades, at the the beginning of the war, the Germans issued a WW I style matching pack, with blanket rolled on three sides, but most troops carried only their mess kit, shelter quarter roll and haversack in combat. Motorcycle riders received a full length Flat Gull Gray (1730) double-breasted coat as an overgarment, which fastened around their legs.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #311, The German Army 1939-45 (1) Blitzkrieg


INFANTRY and PANZER GRENADIERS 1942-45

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Tunic, trousers, overcoat, helmet -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Epaulet trim, Infantry -- White (Panzer-Grenadiers -- Light Green)
Boots, ammo pouches, holster, belt, straps, binoculars -- Black
Officer belt and straps -- Leather (1736) (Black also possible.)
Haversack, mess tin, canteen cup -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742), Black strap
Shelter half roll -- CAMOUFLAGE pattern of Medium Green (1713) and Field Drab (1702) segments over Green (2029) base.
Cylindrical gas mask carrier, shovel -- OG Green (1164)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, pack, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
MG belt -- Brass
MG ammunition boxes, mine detector, mortars and A/T weapons -- Armor Sand (1704)
Grenade and shovel handles -- Wood (1735)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: In early 1942, the Germans went to a plainer, cheaper, "war economy" tunic. In late 1943 they began to issue Afrika Korps styled caps, and baggy trousers in European colors. It was possible to see any of these in a mix with prewar items until the last day of the war.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #326, The German Army 1939-45 (3) Eastern Front 1943-45

Suggested Figures: Deutsche Infanterie/German Infantry, Deutsche Panzergrenadiere/German Armored Infantry, and Deutsches Afrikakorps/German Africa Corps WW II


LATE WAR GERMAN ARMY (1944-45)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Smock, trousers, "poncho" (shelter half ) -- CAMOUFLAGE pattern of Medium Green
(1713) and Field Drab (1702) segments over Green (2029) base
Tunic, trousers, overcoat, helmet -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Boots, ammo pouches, holster, belt, straps, binoculars -- Black
Pack, MP-44 SMG pouches -- Sand (1706)
Officer belt and straps -- Leather (1736) (Black also possible.)
Haversack, mess tin, canteen cup -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742), Black strap
Cylindrical gas mask carrier, shovel -- OG Green (1164)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet, wire cutters -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, pack, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Grenade, shovel, and pick handles, oar -- Wood (1735)
MG belt -- Brass
Goliath demolition vehicle, A/T weapons, mortars, mines, mine detector, MG ammunition boxes -- Armor Sand (1704)
Pick -- Steel
Inflatable Boat -- Medium Green (1713)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: Only some elite German Army units received camouflage uniforms late war. An alternative late-war Camouflage pattern was Dark Tan (1742) and Green (2029) segments over an Armor Sand (1704) base. This garment reversed to White. (This alternative pattern did NOT apply to "ponchos".) Late in the war, the Germans also issued a British Battledress-style uniform, complete with gaiters, but these were not very common. Late war A/T weapons included "bazookas" and single shot Panzerfaust rocket launchers.

Suggested Reference: Osprey Men At Arms series #336, The German Army 1939-45 (5) Western front 1943-45

Suggested Figures: Deutsche Infanterie/German Infantry, Deutsche Pioniere/German Engineers, Deutsches Afrikakorps/German Africa Corps WW II


GERMAN TANK CREWS

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Tunic, trousers, headgear -- Aircraft Int. Black (2040)
Boots, holster, belt, binoculars -- Black
Goggle lenses -- Silver
Hair -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Pistol, submachine gun -- Gunmetal (1795)
Epaulet trim and collar tab -- Army and SS: Pink, Luftwaffe: White
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: SS tank crews often wore Camouflage uniforms or just a Camouflage smock over black trousers. Army, SS and Luftwaffe crews of self-propelled artillery wore an identical uniform to tank troops, but in Dark Gull Gray (1740).


AFRIKA KORPS

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform, helmet (See NOTES) -- Sand (1706)
Overcoat -- Field Drab (1702)
Ammo pouches, holster, binoculars -- Black
Belt, straps, shovel -- Flat Gull Gray (1730)
Socks, haversack, mess tin, canteen cup -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Shelter half roll -- CAMOUFLAGE pattern of Medium Green (1713) and Field Drab (1702) segments over Green (2029) base.
Boots (See NOTES) -- Armor Sand (1704) top/Dark Tan (1742) bottom or Black.
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742), Black strap
Front SMG pouch -- Sand (1706)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
MG belt -- Brass
MG ammo boxes, cylindrical gas mask carrier, mines, mine detector, mortars and A/T weapons -- Armor Sand (1704)
Grenade body -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Grenade and shovel handles -- Wood (1735)
Hands, face, legs -- Flesh
Base -- Dark tan (1742)

NOTES: This uniform was a Light Olive [SAC Bomber Tan (1792)] when issued, but between sun, and the wearers deliberate efforts to bleach them out, they ended up tan. These uniforms were later issued in Tunisia and Sicily. European uniform items were also worn in North Africa. Soldiers were originally issued combination leather and canvas boots, one pair each, of ankle boots and full calf length. Black ankle marching boots were also commonly worn. Painting of helmets, etc, was done haphazardly at the unit level.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #316 The German Army 1939-45 (2) North African & Balkans

Suggested figures: Deutsches Afrikakorps/German Africa Corps WW II


GERMAN HORSE ARTILLERY

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Tunic, cap, helmet etc. - see appropriate period under Infantry
Epaulet trim (Artillery) -- Flat Red (1150)
Trousers -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Crotch (riders) -- Military Brown (1701)
Shirt (no Tunic) -- Flat Battle Gray (1163)
Suspenders (no Tunic) -- Gray, Italian blue (2113)
Belt, boots, straps, holster -- Black
Officer's belt and straps -- Leather (1736)
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742), Black strap
Cylindrical gas mask carrier, shovel -- OG Green (1164)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face --Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

HORSE CAISSON

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Horse -- whatever
Blanket -- Flat Battle Gray (1163)
Saddle, straps - Leather (1736)
Cannon, caisson -- Engine Gray (2034)
Wheel edges -- Steel
Boxes -- Wood (1735)
Shells -- Brass

NOTES: Suggested Reference: Box art.
Suggested Figures: Deutsche Artillerie/German Artillery


GERMAN WAFFEN-SS 1942-45

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Smock & helmet cover -- CAMOUFLAGE (See NOTES)
Trousers, helmet, Officer Tunic & hat -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Collar, epaulets -- Aircraft Int. Black (2040)
Epaulet trim, collar patch details --White
Officer belt and straps -- Leather (1736)
Boots, ammo pouches, holster, belt, straps, binoculars -- Black
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742), Black strap
Haversack, mess tin, canteen cup -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Cylindrical gas mask carrier, shovel -- OG Green (1164)
Grenade handle,shovel handle --Wood (1735)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
MG belt -- Brass
MG ammunition boxes, mine detector, mortars and A/T weapons -- Armor Sand (1704)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: CAMOUFLAGE: Spring/Summer -- Base Color: Pale Green (1716) and Flat Tan (1167), with spots of European Gray (1788)
Autumn -- Base Color: Flat Tan (1167) and Sand (1706), with spots of Field Drab (1702)

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #34, The Waffen SS

Suggested Figures: Deutsche Infanterie/German Infantry and Deutsche Panzergrenadiere/German Armored Infantry


LUFTWAFFE PARATROOPS (1939-41)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Smock -- Green (2029)
Helmet, grenade body -- European Gray (1788)
Cap, trousers, rifle bandoleer, gas mask carrier -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Boots, gauntlets, belt, straps, canteen top, canteen strap, binoculars -- Black
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742), black strap
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
MG belt -- Brass
Supply container -- Flat Gull Gray (1730) (See NOTES)
Parachute harness -- White
Grenade handle -- Wood (1735)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: In the early part of the war, German paratroops jumped unarmed except for pistols. The airdrop containers held their weapons, ammunition, medical and other supplies, and were spray-painted with a colored band to indicate the contents. (Red, blue, yellow, black, green, with the parachutes in the same colors. The coding changed for each mission.) Riflemen carried their ammunition in a unique cloth bandoleer they wore over their necks. Paratroops also wore a cloth gas mask carrier, rather than the usual cylindrical can type. Pistols were carried in a special pocket of the jump smock.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #139. German Airborne Troops 1939-45 and box art.


LUFFWAFFE PARATROOPS "GREEN DEVILS" (1942-45)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Smock, helmet cover -- CAMOUFLAGE pattern of Medium Green (1713) and Field
Drab (1702) segments over Green (2029) base.
Cap, trousers, rifle bandoleer, gas mask carrier -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Boots, ammo pouches, holster, belt, straps, binoculars -- Black
Shovel, grenade body -- European Gray (1788)
SMG pouches, anti-tank grenade, bazooka -- Armor Sand (1704)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, pack, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
MG belt -- Brass
Grenade and shovel handles -- (Wood 1735)
Supply container -- Flat Gull Gray (1730)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: A late war (1944-45) version of the Camouflage Pattern used Dark Tan (1742) and Green (2029) segments over an Armor Sand (1704) base.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #139. German Airborne Troops 1939-45 and box art.


JAPAN

JAPANESE ARMY AND MARINES

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform, cap, leggings -- Armor Sand (1704), Imperial Marines -- OD Green (1164)
Helmet - SAC Bomber Tan (1792), Imperial Marines -- Medium Green (1713)
Straps, ammunition pouches -- Leather (1736), Imperial Marines (alternative) Flat Gull Gray (1730)
Boots -- Leather (1736)
Haversack -- Sand (1706)
Pack -- Dark Tan (1742)
Canteen -- Dark tan (1742), Imperial Marines -- Flat Gull Gray (1730)
Metal parts of weapons -- Gunmetal metal (1795)
Sword -- Steel
Flag pole -- Wood
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base, helmet camouflage -- Green (2029)

NOTES: Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #20. Japanese Army of WW II


ITALY

ITALIAN ARMY (Europe and Russia)[/u]

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Tunic, trousers, helmet -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Puttees, equipment belt, straps, ammunition pouches, canteen -- Flat Gull Gray (1730)
Caps or hats, shirt, tie -- Faded Olive Drab (2051) [Blackshirt units: Black, Aircraft Int. (2040)]
Officer's belts and holster -- Leather (1736)
Packs, haversacks, gas mask carriers -- Armor Sand (1704)
Hair, bayonet handle, rifle and submachinegun stocks -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Pistol and metal parts of weapons -- Gunmetal (1795)
Grenades -- Red, Black tops
Boots, bayonet scabbard -- Black
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES -- Divisional/Arm or Service insignia was displayed as a one or two color Collar Tab on the tunic as shown on the box art. Members of the elite Bersaglieri units wore a Flat Green (1171) cocksfeather on the right sides of their helmets. (Bersaglieri also wore all Red collar tabs.) Alpini mountain troops wore a single Flat Green (1171) feather attached to the left side of their helmets.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #340 The Italian Army in WWII (1) Europe 1940-43 and the box art.

Suggested figures -- HaT WW II Italian Infantry #7007. WW II Japanese figures can also be used, with any cap visors trimmed off, as necessary.


[i]ITALIANS (North Africa)


PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Tunic, trousers, sun helmet -- Sand (1706)
Steel helmet -- Faded Olive Drab (2051) or Sand (1706)
Overcoat -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Caps or hats, Shirt, tie -- Sand (1706) [Blackshirt units (with fez cloth cap): Aircraft Int. Black (2040)]
Puttees -- Flat Gull Gray (1730) or Armor Sand (1704)
Equipment belt, straps, ammunition pouches, canteen -- Flat Gull Gray (1730)
Packs, haversacks, gas mask carriers -- Armor Sand (1704)
Rifle stocks, bayonet handle, hair -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Boots, officer's belts and holster -- Leather (1736)
Bayonet scabbard -- Black
Pistol, metal parts of weapons -- Gunmetal (1795)
Grenades -- Red, Black tops
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Dark tan (1742)

NOTES -- Divisional/Arm or Service insignia was displayed as a one or two color Collar Tab on the tunic as shown on the box art. European uniforms and equipment were also worn in the desert. Besides normal caps, Blackshirt units affected a tassled black skullcap. Elite Bersaglieri units wore a Flat Green (1171) cocksfeather on the right sides of their helmets and all Red collar tabs.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #349, The Italian Army (2) - Africa 1940-43

Suggested figures: HaT WWII Italian Infantry 1942/43 at El Alamein #AP006, and HaT Italian Infantry #7007. (All figures in tassled caps depict Blackshirt troops). Some figures from the Deutsches Afrikakorps/German Africa Corps WW II, such as those in overcoats, or baggy trousers are also useful. German cap visors can be trimmed away to depict the Italian field cap. British Victorian figures in sun helmets can also depict Italian troops in the early days of the Desert War. WW II Japanese figures can also be used, with any cap visors trimmed off, as necessary.



A sad LC boje za pojedine uniforme WW2 ( u ovom slučaju Njemačke):

German WWII Tanks - Set 2

RAL7021 Panzergrau Schwarzgrau - Base colour 1940-43
RAL 7016 Anthrazitgrau - Base colour 1939 with Signalbraun
RAL 8002 Signalbraun - Disruptive pattern over Dunkelgrau 1939
RAL 7017 Dunkelbraun - Disruptive pattern over Dunkelgrau
RAL 8012 Rotbraun - Red oxide primer base colouor 1944-1945
RAL 7008 Graugrun Khakibraun - Disruptive pattern over Grunbraun Afrika 1941

German WWII Uniforms - Set 1

UA 401 Tropical Tan Shade 1 - Tunics, trousers & shirts
UA 402 Field Grey Shade 1 - M35/36-42 tunics, trousers, M36-42 Greatcoats
UA 403 Field Grey Shade 2 - M35/36-42 tunics, trousers, M36-42 Greatcoats
UA 404 Field Blue - Luftwaffe tunics, trousers
UA 405 - Brown service shirts
UA 406 Tropical Tan Shade 2 - Tunics, trousers & shirts

German WWII Uniforms - Set 2

UA 407 - Panzer crew jackets & trousers
UA 408 Light brown Parka & assault jackets
UA 409 Dark brown Parka & assault jackets
UA 410 Light green Parka & assault jackets
UA 411 Dark green Parka & assault jackets
UA 412 Extra dark brown Parka & assault jackets



Vol.3


KOREAN WAR

Often called "The Forgotten War"; on June 25, 1950, the Republic of Korea (ROK) was invaded by the North Korean People's Army (NKPA). Two days later the United Nations authorized member states to send combat forces to Korea. These would be primarily US and British Commonwealth troops, and eventually would include small contingents from thirty other countries. In late November, 1950, the newly established People's Republic of China became concerned about the UN advance toward its own borders. Strong forces of its People's Volunteer Army (PVA) were sent to intervene in the war, and provided the chief opposition to the UN forces for the rest of the war, until 1953. The Republic of (South) Korea was not a member of the United Nations, but placed its forces under UN command.
ALL COLOR NUMBERS REFER TO TESTORS PAINTS. For one shade colors, here are the Testors numbers; Black (1149 or 1749), White (1168 or 1768), Gold (1144 or 1744), Silver (1146), Steel (1180 or 1780), Brass (1182 or 1782), Flesh (flat-various available shades or mixtures). Aircraft Interior Black (2040) referred to below, is a VERY dark matte shade of charcoal gray and perfect for black uniform cloth.


UNITED NATIONS

US ARMY (Summer)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform -- Pale Green (1716)
Helmet, bayonet scabbard, shovel handle, MG box and tripod, mortar and mortar shell, mine detector, grenades, bazooka, flame-thrower -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Belt, straps, pouches, pack, canteen -- Armor Sand (1704)
Boots, officer's pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Ital. dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons , bayonet, -- Gunmetal (1795)
Canteen cap -- Steel
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: All UN contingents, except British Commonwealth units, wore this uniform in summer after 1950. In the Spring of 1953, the US Army experimentally issued body armor "flak jackets" to some of its units. In this scale, this would be indicated by painting the torsos of figures Medium Green (1713).

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #174 Korean War 1950-53

Suitable sets for these would be US Marine infantry/US Marines, or "Big Red One".


US MARINES (Summer)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform -- Pale Green (1716)
Helmet -- CAMOUFLAGE pattern of OD Green (1164) and Field Drab (1702) over a Green (2029) base.
Bayonet scabbard, shovel handle, MG box and tripod, mortar and mortar shell, mine detector, grenades, bazooka, flame-thrower -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Leggings*, belt, straps, pouches, pack, canteen -- Armor Sand (1704)
Boots, officer's pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Ital. dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons , bayonet, canteen cap -- Gunmetal (1795)
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTE: *Leggings were generally worn only during the Summer of 1950. Thereafter only the helmet cover distinguished Marines from other UN or ROK forces.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Elite # U. S. Marine Corps Since 45.

Suitable sets for these would be US Marineinfanterie/US Marines, "Big Red One".


U.S. TANK CREWS

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Coveralls -- Pale Green, (1716)
Helmet, Jacket -- Green (2029)
Jacket Cuffs and collar -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Goggles lenses -- Silver
Boots, pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Pistol or submachinegun -- Gunmetal (1795)
Hair, wooden parts of submachinegun -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

REPUBLIC OF KOREA (SOUTH KOREA) Summer

ROK troops wore second-hand WW II US uniforms from the beginning, often with sneakers, Armor Sand (1704) top/Dark Tan (1742) bottom, instead of boots. Hair would be Black.

U.N. FORCES (Winter)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Parka, field jackets, trousers -- Green (2029)
Shirts -- SAC Bomber Tan (1792)
Helmet, bayonet scabbard -- Olive Drab (2050)
(U.S. Marines: Helmet CAMOUFLAGE pattern of OD Green (1164) and Field Drab (1702) over a Green (2029) base.)
Shovel handle, MG box and tripod, mortar and mortar shell, mine detector, grenades, bazooka, flame-thrower -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Belt, straps, pouches, pack, canteen -- Armor Sand (1704)
Boots, officer's pistol holster -- Leather (1736)
Hair, wooden parts of rifle -- Brown, Ital. dark (2111)
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
Canteen cap -- Steel
MG belt -- Brass
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: All US troops, Army and Marine, the ROKs, as well as all other UN contingents, were issued US Army winter uniforms, starting the first Winter, to simplify logistics.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #174 Korean War 1950-53

Suitable sets for these would be US Infanterie/US Infantry. Any overcoats are painted as parkas. There were several kinds of parkas and most, but not all, had an integral hood.


GREAT BRITAIN AND COMMONWEALTH

INFANTRY (Summer)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Uniform, headgear -- Pale Green (1716)
Helmet, straps, pouches, packs, haversacks, gaiters, grenades, radio, Vickers MG, ammo box, mortars, mortar ammo - Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Canteen -- Dark Tan (1742)
Boots, bayonet scabbard, pistol -- Black
Metal parts of weapons, bayonet -- Gunmetal (1795)
MG belt -- Brass
Hair, rifle stocks -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- Green (2029)

NOTES: British Commonwealth ground troops serving in Korea included British, Canadian, Australian, and New Zealand contingents. In this scale, the difference would be that the British wore "bush shirts", the Australians and New Zealanders, "bush jackets", and the Canadians issued both. In 1952 the British contingent were issued a prototype of the 1958 Combat Dress of jacket and trousers. All of these uniforms were Pale Green (1716), but shirts in Sand (1706) could also be worn. All contingents wore the postwar British steel helmet. Out of the line, headgear depended on national origin. British troops wore berets, Dark Blue for most units, with silver or gold Regimental cap badges. Green (1171) berets were worn by the Royal Marines and Black (2040) by tank crews. Scottish Regiments wore tams (SAC Bomber Tan 1792). Canadian troops also wore berets, maroon for paratroops, black for tank crews and Khaki (Faded Olive Drab 2051) for everyone else. The Canadians also had a field cap, sort of like a ski cap, in the same Khaki color in winter and in Pale Green (1716) in summer. Australian troops wore their distinctive hat in SAC Bomber Tan (1792) with Sand (1706) hatband.

INFANTRY (Winter)

During the winter of 1950-51, Commonwealth troops changed over to wool battledress uniforms, Faded Olive Drab (2051) for the Canadians, Field Drab (1702) for the others. With this issue came sweaters in Dark Tan (1742) and knit wool caps in Faded Olive Drab (2051). In addition to US parkas, the British also received a supply of WW II "windproof" camouflage smocks, with VERY large Dark Tan (1742) and Medium Green (1713) segments over a Flat Tan (1167) base. Many officers adopted U.S. field jackets too. After 1950-51, winter uniforms were generally as for other UN forces except that British Commonwealth troops retained their own helmets, gaiters and webgear.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #174 Korean War 1950-53

Suitable sets for these would be Britische Infanterie/British Infantry WW II. and HaT WW II Australian Infantry - #7016


COMMUNIST FORCES

NORTH KOREAN PEOPLE'S ARMY

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Shirt, trousers, cap -- Armor Sand (1704)
Necktab* -- Blue
Straps, ammunition pouches -- Leather (1736)
Sneakers -- Armor Sand (1704) top/Faded Olive Drab (2051) bottom
Officer's Boots -- Black
Haversack -- Sand (1706)
Pack -- Dark Tan (1742)
Canteen -- Dark tan (1742
Metal parts of weapons -- Gunmetal metal (1795)
Wooden parts of weapons -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Hair -- Black
Base, helmet camouflage -- Green (2029)

NOTES: The NKPA was trained by the Russians and officers wore Russian uniforms and insignia, with a sort of ski cap head gear. This cap was also worn by enlisted men. The NKPA was effectively destroyed in the Fall of 1950, and took little further role in the war.

*The "necktab" actually was an internal gasflap to the shirt.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #174 Korean War 1950-53

Suggested figures -- WWII Japanese Army. The NKPA did not wear puttees or steel helmets.


NKPA TANK CREWS (1950)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Coveralls -- Armor Sand (1704) or Aircraft Interior Black (2040)
Helmet -- European Gray (1740) or Field Drab (1702).
Boots, Belt, officer's straps, pistol holster - Leather (1736)
Pistol, submachinegun, binoculars -- Gunmetal (1795)
Wooden parts of submachinegun -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Hands, face -- Flesh
Hair -- Black
Base -- Green (2029)


CHINESE PEOPLE'S VOLUNTEER ARMY (Winter)

PART/ITEM -- COLOR

Padded Winter Uniform and hat -- Sand (1706)
Fur parts of hat -- Flat Gull Gray (1730)
Sneakers -- Armor Sand (1704) top/Dark Tan (1742) bottom
Blanket roll, pouches, haversack, pack -- Faded Olive Drab (2051)
Canteen, mortar, mortar shells -- Green (2029)
Belt, straps, mapcase and pistol holster - Leather (1736)
Wooden parts of weapons -- Brown, Italian dark (2111)
Bayonets, binoculars, metal parts of shovel or weapons -- Gunmetal (1795)
Shovel and grenade handles -- Wood (1735)
Hair -- Black
Hands, face -- Flesh
Base -- White

NOTES: The CPVA went to Korea armed with a variety of weapons. Most were captured from the Nationalists during the Chinese Civil War, and of American, British, German and Czech origin. Many were Japanese, turned over to them after WW II by the Russians. After the winter of 1950-51, Russian weapons were used exclusively.

In Summer the Chinese PVA wore tunic and trousers in Armor Sand (1704). Caps were "Mao" - style caps rather than the NKPA's "ski" type. Supply being a problem, many People's Volunteers continued to wear their winter hats in summer too.

The CPVA did not have conventional ranks or rank insignia, and uniforms were identical for all personnel.

Suggested Reference -- Osprey Men At Arms series #174 Korean War 1950-53

Suggested figures -- Sibirische Schutzen/Siberian Riflemen WW II. (Winter)
WWII Japanese Army (Summer) Again, neither puttees nor steel helmets were worn.
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