All the minis are 15mm in scale.
First up, six Nikuhaku teams which are anti-tank in nature. They're really the only thing in the Japanese arsenal that can deal with medium to heavy tanks.
Some Japanese armor in the form of 5 Type 89 Chi-Ro's and a single Type 97 Chi-Ha. I'm experimenting with different forms of camo and like the Chi-Ha much better than the Type 89's. In general, Japanese tanks are not that effective and are really rolling pill boxes.
I did get a kick out of the Type 89 command figure waving a sword around!
Some fire support for the US marines in the form of 4 t-19 105mm HMC's - essentially M3 halftracks with a 105mm gun thrown on top. The 5th halftrack is just a general purpose one that I needed to flesh out an artillery command group.
A shot down the right side and...
A shot down the left. In total this little submission should consists of 11 vehicles at 6 each and 35 figures (I counted the tank crew and halftrack drivers ashlar a figure each). My math nets out to 136 points (66 for the vehicles and 70 for the figures)
I am enjoying your Pacific War FoW entries Miles. This is a theatre I know little about and it's been an impetus to learn (always a good thing). I like the bases on your anti-tank teams, you give a good impression of scrub on beach sand which seems very appropriate. I also enjoy the tiny little tanks that the Japanese use. Well done all round.