"Women fought only in the rear in World War II!"
Well, this girl will show you different side of the story!
Meet the girl-machine-gunner who arrived in the Tiger tank. The scale figure made of high quality resin, the size is 1/35, 50-55 mm.
And please, don’t be confused by her pretty face, she is very dexterous in handling her weapon - the German MG-42 machine gun.
Let her just find a good position, put the machine gun on the bipod, and here she is - a formidable combat unit.
And even at night, machine-gun fire is also quite a powerful tool - there are many cases when enemy’s aircraft were shot down by ground machine guns.
This was possible due to the high rate of fire, the mobility of the machine gun itself. That mobility made it possible to fire in any direction and a sufficiently long firing range.
Most of the machine gunners, like our lady, were lightly equipped.
All the things she needs are situated on a belt on the sides and on the back. All that to be able to fire from a prone position.
On the back there is a raincoat-tent, which should protect from rain both her and the weapon and other precipitation. A hiking pot for cooking food during a hike and a gas tank with a gas mask and additional filters too.
Still think a woman has no place at the battlefield?