Naked Army

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NAKED ARMY cold cast bronza figurines. As individual as the Australian soldiers they portray NAKED ARMY finely sculpted collector figurines are cast and finished one at a time, which means you can be sure each serial numbered figurine is truly one of kind !!    All the 1:6 Scale (approx 315mm) bronze figurines have the weight and feel of museum pieces, with the level of detail only achievable at this size TWO NEW  ‘LIMITED’  RELEASES FOR 2012 !!! RON –  BREN GUNNER NEW GUINEA 1943 This Naked Army figurine depicts a bren gunner typical of those who fought in campaigns in the Pacific theatre, mid to late WW2. He wears jungle greens and cleated AB boots, US pattern gaitors, and pattern ‘37 web equipment. Gaunt, grimy, and sporting a few days’ beard stubble, he retains a cheerful disposition despite the fatigue imposed by the harsh terrain and the grueling jungle conditions. SNIPER – URUZGAN PROVINCE AFGHANISTAN This Naked Army figurine depicts an Australian Regular Army Sniper returning from an overwatch task in Uruzgan Province, Southern Afghanistan. His equipment is a mix of issued and non-issued webbing and has been constructed to be practical & comfortable, with enough ammunition & food to sustain him on the battlefield for at least 24 hours. The weapon he carries is the SR25, also known as the MK11 Mod 0. He has removed the standard issued Leopold scope and replaced it with the Schmidt & Bender scope, enabling him to effectively engage targets out to and beyond 800 metres. He wears his custom designed yowie hood which he would have modified to suit the surrounding vegetation and terrain. CREATED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCES SCHOOL OF INFANTRY, SINGLETON NSW Each individual casting is serial numbered production of each of our cold cast figurines is limited to only 1,000 or 2,000 in total Postion mouse over image for larger image ANDY - LIGHTHORSE TROOPER GALLIPOLI 1915 Typical of a lighthorseman during the Gallipoli campaign ANDY carries his Short Magazine Lee Enfield rifle, hook quillon bayonet & leather bandolier equipment. His informal dress reflects the adaptability of the troops to the cramped trench fighting conditions at ANZAC during the ill-fated 1915 campaign.   $179 BILLY - INFANTRYMAN FRANCE 1916 Typical of an infantry private moving up to the front in France, Billy carries his Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle and wears Pattern 1908 Mills webbing equipment. Billy has discarded his large pack, but retains his equipment in 'marching order'. His enlisted man's uniform and PH chemical gas hood are typical of the gear worn and carried at the time.   $179 ROY - LEWIS GUNNER FRANCE 1918  By 1918 The A.I.F. was recognised as a well organised, well led, formidable fighting force. Typical of an Australian platoon machine-gunner on the Western Front, Roy carries his Lewis .303 calibre machine-gun, Webley & Scott .45 calibre revolver and wears pattern 08 'pistol rig' equipment in 'battle order'. He also wears a Brody steel helmet and carries his 'small box respirator' gas mask slung around his neck in the 'ready' position.   $179 BARDIA - 2ND AIF INFANTRY SERGEANT LIBYA 1941   Naked Army’s early WW2 portrayal shows an infantryman during the dawn attack on established Italian perimeter defences at Bardia, Lybia, 3 January, 1941. Rugged up against the bitter cold in greatcoat, leather jerkin and home-made balaclava, he carries the venerable Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle & 18 inch bayonet, and is portrayed during the opening stages of Australia’s first full engagement against enemy troops in the Second World War.    $179 TOBRUK - AUSTRALIAN INFANTRYMAN, 1941 Naked Army’s Tobruk veteran wears the undress uniform typical of men involved in perimeter patrols during the drawn-out siege at Tobruk. His khaki shirt and shorts, steel helmet & basic webbing equipment are typical of the gear worn by Australian troops during their occupation. His cheerful grin & relaxed pose shows the attitude of the Australian soldier in adversity. Variants of the same basic uniform and equipment were worn by Australian and Commonwealth troops in all theatres of operation during WW2.   $179 BULL - STRETCHER BEARER 1943 Mount Tambu, New Guinea September 30th, 1943. Leslie "Bull" Allen MM, age 26, of Ballarat, Victoria, carrying a wounded American soldier to safety. Allen carried out twelve American casualties while under fire on Mount Tambu and for this gallantry he received the United States Silver Star. Our bronze figurine is the result of extensive research and careful sculpting and review. At 4KG it has the weight, presence and feel of a true museum quality sculpt.   $199 TEDDY - RAAF PILOT DARWIN 1943 Naked Army's cold-cast bronze figurine is based on gear worn by F/LT Edward 'Teddy' Hall, while a flight leader posted with 452 (Spitfire) Squadron RAAF, Darwin 1943. A veteran of the Battle of Britain and two bail-outs, PO Hall wears goggles, boots and gloves from his previous posting with the RAF, combined with airtex helmet, khaki drill tropical issue shirt and 'Bombay Bloomer' shorts, well suited to conditions in the tropics. A 'seat pack' parachute harness and mid-war pattern 41 Mae West life vest complete the figurine.    $179 1ATF - INFANTRYMAN EARLY VIETNAM CONFLICT Typical of 1st Australian Task Force infantryman circa 1966 our figurine wears rain-soaked early pattern ‘greens’ & US made M56 basic webbing supplemented by pattern ‘44 basic pouches. His L1A1 SLR rifle features early fore-wood & wooden carry handle, and was standard issue to riflemen. 1 ATF / RAR members wore variations on this typical theme during the 1965-67 period.   $179 RAR – INFANTRYMAN LATE VIETNAM CONFLICT  Our subject matter portrays a RAR or ANZAC Battalion infantryman, late Vietnam Conflict period, on patrol wearing late issue ‘pixie’ style greens and Australian-made M56 equipment. His customized load includes an ARVN pack, collapsible water bladder, extra waterbottles and E-tool. He is armed with a Lithgow SAF L1A1 rifle and carries it pointed to the ground to reduce the risk of being silhouetted. His face shows the strain and intensity of patrol work. Pack art features imagery from AWM Archives.   $179 JONESY – RAAF HELICOPTER CREWMAN VIETNAM Naked Army’s cold cast bronze figurine wears gear representative of a helicopter crewman, late Vietnam Conflict. He wears the lightweight one-piece flight suit, nomex gloves, ‘chickenplate’ ballistic armour, a mesh survival vest and AFH-1 flight helmet. His sidearm is the Browning 9mm automatic commonly carried by RAAF crewmen.   $179 THE OPERATOR - AUSTRALIAN SPECIAL FORCES 2007 Our bronze figurine depicts a Special Forces operator returning from a successful Direct Action mission; 'Job done.' He carries the versatile M4 Carbine with M203 40mm Grenade Launcher under-barrel attachment, as well as a Browning 9mm pistol. He carries his Enhanced Combat Helmet and wears body armour, flash-hood & hard plastic knee pads. His personally modified chest webbing holds ammunition, grenades, navigation and survival equipment. His team radio is enhanced with a personal communications device and he wears his personal hydration system on his back.    $179 DIGGER – INFANTRYMAN 2009 Naked Army’s latest 12” modern figurine. Based on 2009 spec-gear, he carries the AUSTEYR rifle and full patrol load including comms gear, ballistic vest and Kevlar helmet. His fatigue uniform mimics either DPCU or DPDU camouflage pattern. His relaxed but alert stance suggests his readiness to tackle any task required, and his name pays tribute to the ready, self-reliant traditions of Australian soldiering.   $179 Contact us here at ELITE MEDALS with any enquiry and check regularly for new additions to the NAKED ARMY collection.

Naked Army

Elite Medals are proud to be an official

distrbutor of...

NAKED ARMY cold cast bronza figurines. As individual as the Australian soldiers they portray NAKED ARMY finely sculpted collector figurines are cast and finished one at a time, which means you can be sure each serial numbered figurine is truly one of kind !!    All the 1:6 Scale (approx 315mm) bronze figurines have the weight and feel of museum pieces, with the level of detail only achievable at this size TWO NEW  ‘LIMITED’  RELEASES FOR 2012 !!! RON –  BREN GUNNER NEW GUINEA 1943 This Naked Army figurine depicts a bren gunner typical of those who fought in campaigns in the Pacific theatre, mid to late WW2. He wears jungle greens and cleated AB boots, US pattern gaitors, and pattern ‘37 web equipment. Gaunt, grimy, and sporting a few days’ beard stubble, he retains a cheerful disposition despite the fatigue imposed by the harsh terrain and the grueling jungle conditions. SNIPER – URUZGAN PROVINCE AFGHANISTAN This Naked Army figurine depicts an Australian Regular Army Sniper returning from an overwatch task in Uruzgan Province, Southern Afghanistan. His equipment is a mix of issued and non-issued webbing and has been constructed to be practical & comfortable, with enough ammunition & food to sustain him on the battlefield for at least 24 hours. The weapon he carries is the SR25, also known as the MK11 Mod 0. He has removed the standard issued Leopold scope and replaced it with the Schmidt & Bender scope, enabling him to effectively engage targets out to and beyond 800 metres. He wears his custom designed yowie hood which he would have modified to suit the surrounding vegetation and terrain.  CREATED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCES SCHOOL OF INFANTRY, SINGLETON NSW Each individual casting is serial numbered production of each of our cold cast figurines is limited to only 1,000 or 2,000 in total Position mouse over image for larger image ANDY - LIGHTHORSE TROOPER GALLIPOLI 1915 Typical of a light-horseman during the Gallipoli campaign ANDY carries his Short Magazine Lee Enfield rifle, hook quillon bayonet & leather bandolier equipment. His informal dress reflects the adaptability of the troops to the cramped trench fighting conditions at ANZAC during the ill- fated 1915 campaign.   $179 BILLY - INFANTRYMAN FRANCE 1916 Typical of an infantry private moving up to the front in France, Billy carries his Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle and wears Pattern 1908 Mills webbing equipment. Billy has discarded his large pack, but retains his equipment in 'marching order'. His enlisted man's uniform and PH chemical gas hood are typical of the gear worn and carried at the time.   $179 ROY - LEWIS GUNNER FRANCE 1918  By 1918 The A.I.F. was recognised as a well organised, well led, formidable fighting force. Typical of an Australian platoon machine-gunner on the Western Front, Roy carries his Lewis .303 calibre machine-gun, Webley & Scott .45 calibre revolver and wears pattern 08 'pistol rig' equipment in 'battle order'. He also wears a Brody steel helmet and carries his 'small box respirator' gas mask slung around his neck in the 'ready' position.   $179 BARDIA - 2ND AIF INFANTRY SERGEANT LIBYA 1941   Naked Army’s early WW2 portrayal shows an infantryman during the dawn attack on established Italian perimeter defences at Bardia, Lybia, 3 January, 1941. Rugged up against the bitter cold in greatcoat, leather jerkin and home-made balaclava, he carries the venerable Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle & 18 inch bayonet, and is portrayed during the opening stages of Australia’s first full engagement against enemy troops in the Second World War.    $179 TOBRUK - AUSTRALIAN INFANTRYMAN, 1941 Naked Army’s Tobruk veteran wears the undress uniform typical of men involved in perimeter patrols during the drawn-out siege at Tobruk. His khaki shirt and shorts, steel helmet & basic webbing equipment are typical of the gear worn by Australian troops during their occupation. His cheerful grin & relaxed pose shows the attitude of the Australian soldier in adversity. Variants of the same basic uniform and equipment were worn by Australian and Commonwealth troops in all theatres of operation during WW2.   $179 BULL - STRETCHER BEARER 1943 Mount Tambu, New Guinea September 30th, 1943. Leslie "Bull" Allen MM, age 26, of Ballarat, Victoria, carrying a wounded American soldier to safety. Allen carried out twelve American casualties while under fire on Mount Tambu and for this gallantry he received the United States Silver Star. Our bronze figurine is the result of extensive research and careful sculpting and review. At 4KG it has the weight, presence and feel of a true museum quality sculpt.   $199 TEDDY - RAAF PILOT DARWIN 1943 Naked Army's cold-cast bronze figurine is based on gear worn by F/LT Edward 'Teddy' Hall, while a flight leader posted with 452 (Spitfire) Squadron RAAF, Darwin 1943. A veteran of the Battle of Britain and two bail- outs, PO Hall wears goggles, boots and gloves from his previous posting with the RAF, combined with airtex helmet, khaki drill tropical issue shirt and 'Bombay Bloomer' shorts, well suited to conditions in the tropics. A 'seat pack' parachute harness and mid-war pattern 41 Mae West life vest complete the figurine.    $179 1ATF - INFANTRYMAN EARLY VIETNAM CONFLICT Typical of 1st Australian Task Force infantryman circa 1966 our figurine wears rain-soaked early pattern ‘greens’ & US made M56 basic webbing supplemented by pattern ‘44 basic pouches. His L1A1 SLR rifle features early fore-wood & wooden carry handle, and was standard issue to riflemen. 1 ATF / RAR members wore variations on this typical theme during the 1965-67 period.   $179 RAR – INFANTRYMAN LATE VIETNAM CONFLICT  Our subject matter portrays a RAR or ANZAC Battalion infantryman, late Vietnam Conflict period, on patrol wearing late issue ‘pixie’ style greens and Australian-made M56 equipment. His customized load includes an ARVN pack, collapsible water bladder, extra waterbottles and E-tool. He is armed with a Lithgow SAF L1A1 rifle and carries it pointed to the ground to reduce the risk of being silhouetted. His face shows the strain and intensity of patrol work. Pack art features imagery from AWM Archives.   $179 RAAF HELICOPTER CREWMAN VIETNAM Naked Army’s cold cast bronze figurine wears gear representative of a helicopter crewman, late Vietnam Conflict. He wears the lightweight one- piece flight suit, nomex gloves, ‘chickenplate’ ballistic armour, a mesh survival vest and AFH-1 flight helmet. His sidearm is the Browning 9mm automatic commonly carried by RAAF crewmen.   $179 THE OPERATOR - AUSTRALIAN SPECIAL FORCES 2007 Our bronze figurine depicts a Special Forces operator returning from a successful Direct Action mission; 'Job done.' He carries the versatile M4 Carbine with M203 40mm Grenade Launcher under-barrel attachment, as well as a Browning 9mm pistol. He carries his Enhanced Combat Helmet and wears body armour, flash- hood & hard plastic knee pads. His personally modified chest webbing holds ammunition, grenades, navigation and survival equipment. His team radio is enhanced with a personal communications device and he wears his personal hydration system on his back.    $179 DIGGER – INFANTRYMAN 2009 Naked Army’s latest 12” modern figurine. Based on 2009 spec- gear, he carries the AUSTEYR rifle and full patrol load including comms gear, ballistic vest and Kevlar helmet. His fatigue uniform mimics either DPCU or DPDU camouflage pattern. His relaxed but alert stance suggests his readiness to tackle any task required, and his name pays tribute to the ready, self- reliant traditions of Australian soldiering.   $179 Contact us here at ELITE MEDALS with any enquiry and check regularly for new additions to the NAKED ARMY collection.