This an LMG team, the second for my FJ section in winter uniform and that I expect to deploy in an Ardennes game later this year.
A view of the complete section in winter gear, with the two LMG teams and the commanding officers.
I have also painted a leader in camouflage pattern...
... and last but not least, another armoured support for the winter section in the form of a white-washed Stug III.
The commander is looking with puzzlement to a map... he may have lost direction in the last crossroads somewhere in the Ardennes
If my calculations are not wrong, the submission today equals 35 points which put me close to my own internal target of 400 points, but 100 points below the official threshold set at 500 points at the launch of the Challenge.
My final photo is for the full project deployed.
I have really enjoyed participating this year in the Challenge (my first). Many-many thanks to Curt and the "minions" coordinating this event and for the time and effort invested in it.
If nothing turns wrong, I will definitively participate next year. It is an excellent way to get oneself focused on a project and provides lots of incentives and excitement to have it finished on time. This year I decided not to participate in the bonus rounds, and learn from what the other participants were doing... next year will be different.
This is a wonderful entry Benito, and a very fitting conclusion to your Challenge. Looking at your Fallshirmjaegers I am reminded how much I enjoy seeing our event help move hobby projects along. I really like that new StuG with its dappled and worn winter camo - fantastic job. Your force looks great all arrayed and ready for action in the final photos. Bravo Benito! I look forward to seeing you in a few months and to our next edition of the Challenge.