Modelling armour in Ukraine crisis

I wouldn’t know how to even begin modeling this.

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Lots of pe grid squares.

Pic-up Sticks!

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@Simon_Barnes Actually, if you are using it in an Asian context, it is a different symbol, being a mirror image of that used by certain European nations. Still very commonly seen here in Japan.

:beer:

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Sometimes the mirrored and the non-mirrored are seen together.

I want to let people think for themselves :wink:
at least sometimes … :grin:

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Roschel armoured car?

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What is this?

Ken

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Cv 90

It’s a CV-40

Thanks!
Ken

roshel senator :handshake:

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I believe it is the map symbol for a (Buddhist?) shrine…

I’m not averse to using it on my Romans, and I’m tempted to do some pre-WW2 Latvian Air Force planes just to get a reaction. :smiling_imp: The Finnish Air Force has only recently deleted it from their coat-of-arms but have restored it (where applicable) to their preserved aircraft.

Regards,

M

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