Series: Warmachines

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Warmachines No. 1 - M108-M109-M109 A1/A2 by Francois Verlinden1
Warmachines No. 2 - M113/A2-M106 A1/A2-M5777 A1/A2 by Francois Verlinden2
Warmachines No. 3 - M60 A3 by Francois Verlinden3
Warmachines No.4 : Israeli M4 Sherman and Derivatives by Francois Verlinden4
Warmachines No. 5 - M2/M3 Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle, Cavalry Fighting Vehicle by Francois Verlinden5
Warmachines No.6: M1 - M1IP - M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank by Francois Verlinden6
Warmachines No.7: M998 HMMWV "Hummer" and Derivatives (4X4 Utility Truck) by Francois Verlinden7
Warmachines No. 8: A Gulf War Eyewitness Report by Francois Verlinden8
Warmachines No. 9 - M163 A1/A2 Vulcan, M901 A2 Tow, M48 A2 Chaparral by Francois Verlinden9
Warmachines No. 10 - IDF T-54, T-55, T-62 by Francois Verlinden10
Warmachines No. 11 - Merkava MK2/MK3, Israeli Defense Force by Willy Peeters11
Warmachines No. 12 - Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) by Francois Verlinden12
Warmachines No. 13 - "On the Road to Kuwait", Marines in the Gulf by Francois Verlinden13
Warmachines No. 14 - 1/4 Ton M151 Mutt by Francois Verlinden14
Warmachines No. 15 - 3/325 ABCT Blue Falcons by Francois Verlinden15

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