Infantry Platoon (TFR702)

Infantry Platoon (TFR702)

Infantry Platoon (TFR702)
Includes one Formation Commander FAMAS Rifle Team, five FAMAS team with AC-58 anti-tank, one APILAS anti-tank team, two LRAC 89mm anti tank team, three two-hole small bases, one three-hole small bases, five foru-hole medium plastic bases, one plastic base insert sprue and six Unit cards 

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A Section de Chasseurs (mounted in AMX-10P APCs) is organised into three combat groups, each with seven men. Each group is further divided into a 300m team and a 600m team. The 300m team is armed with FAMAS assault rifles and anti-tank rifle grenades, while the 600m team are additionally armed with a 7.62mm NF1 machine-gun. The unit is also armed with a pair of short range anti-tank weapons, usually the 89mm LRAC (Lance-Roquettes AntiChar de 89 mm modèle F1) reusable rocket launcher, but some units are issued with the new disposable APILAS (Armor-Piercing Infantry Light Arm System) portable one-shot 112mm recoilless antitank weapon.

Since its inception in 1949, NATO has been a community of free nations brought together with a common goal, to defend the freedom of Western Europe and North America. To do this Canada, France and the Netherlands deploy armoured and mechanised forces in West Germany.

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A Section d’Infanterie (mounted in VAB APCs) is made up of a headquarters group, four combat groups and an anti-tank group. The combat groups are armed with the 5.56mm FAMAS (Fusil d’Assaut de la Manufacture d’Armes de Saint-Étienne) assault rifle and 7.62mm NF-1 general purpose machine-gun. The FAMAS is also designed to fire a number of different rifle grenades including the AC-58 anti-tank grenade for short range defence against armoured vehicles. The antitank group is armed with two 89mm LRAC F1 (Lance-Roquettes AntiChar de 89 mm modèle F1) anti-tank rocket launchers. Sometimes the LRAC’s firepower is also supplemented with the new APILAS disposable 112mm recoilless anti-tank weapon.

Designed by Evan Allen
Painted by Aaron Te Hira-Mathie

Formation Commander FAMAS rifle team (x1)
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FAMAS team with AC-58 anti-tank (x5)
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APILAS anti-tank team (x1)
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LRAC 89mm anti-tank team (x2)
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Infantry Platoon Box Contents

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Infantry Platoon (TFR702)
Unit Cards
NATO Movement Orders (x1) 3ème Division Blindée
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AMX-10P Compagnie De Chasseurs HQ (x1) AMX-10P Section De Chasseurs (x1)
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VAB Compagnie D'infanterie HQ (x1) VAB Section D'infanterie (x1) 
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Assembling the Infantry Platoon
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Infantry Platoon (TFR702)

Assembling the Formation Commander FAMAS assault rifle team

Base the Commander on a small base with a radio operator and rifleman.


Assembling the FAMAS team with AC-58 anti-tank grenade

Base a French FAMAS team on a medium base. Teams combine a machine-gunner armed with a light machine-gun, riflemen armed with battle rifles and light anti-tank weapons.

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Assembling the APILAS atni-tank team

Base the French APILAS teams on a small base with a gunnar and a loader.


Assembling the LRAC 89mm anti-tank teams

Base the French LRAC anti-tank teams on a small base with a gunnar and a loader.

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Last Updated On Monday, July 16, 2018 by Luke at Battlefront