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Oxfordshire And Buckinghamshire Light Infantry

Discussion in 'Pegasus Bridge' started by Jim, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. Jim

    Jim Active Member

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    A Soldier of The Oxfordshire And Buckinghamshire Light Infantry

    A soldier of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry dressed in a camouflaged Denison smock over a khaki serge battledress jacket and trousers. His 3 Pattern webbing is light khaki and consists of belt, cross braces, two ammunition pouches, bayonet and water bottle. He has a toggle rope around his waist. He wears a steel rimless helmet with netting cover and scrim garnishing to break up the outline. Around his neck is a camouflaged netting face veil. His face and hands are covered in black camouflage paint. His personal weapon is the Sten Mk V SMG.


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