Wednesday, July 15

Abrams Squad 11 - we preview modern warfare at it's finest (in scale that is)…

 We have been looking at each of Abrams Squad’s magazines as they have come out and now we have the preview of number 11 of the modern military model magazine – we thought we would show you what is featured in this latest mag in our preview…

Latest Abrams Squad No 11 Preview…

Abrams Squad 11
English version (also available in Castellano)
Published by: Pla Editions
Bi-monthly publication
76 Pages
Portrait A4 format
Price: 9€
PurchaseDirectly from Pla Editions as a single issue and as a subscription…
Abrams Squad: The Modern Modelling Magazine is the FIRST and UNIQUE magazine in the world devoted to Modern Warfare modelling. Here you will find the best articles of the best modellers and writers in the world. Step by step articles, painting techniques, building techniques, illustrated reports, news, reviews and much more.
4 – Commander’s Display Unit: A regular section devoted to news and reviews of model kits, aftermarkets, books and much more.

10 – Remote Thermal Sight: This issue is opened by Trumpeter's BMP-2 in our build and review section. Some time ago Trumpeter's BMP-1 become a very popular kit among modellers, and soon we saw many of these kits finished in shows and magazines. Now the Asian company delights us with its more powerful successor.
20 – 2S7M - Lion. Zion. Pion!!: This time it's Mark Chisholm who joins the Squad. He brings us a just released model, the huge self propelled gun 2S7M Pion. It seems like Trumpeter is specializing in subjects with great dimensions and great quality.
34–  Pakistani Type-69: This job caught everyone's attention in the latest international show in Mosonmagyaróvár (Hungary). Andrey Grechkin is a young Russian modeller with incredible talent and a very good friend of this company. We are sure he will not disappoint you.
44 –  Leopard 1A4GR - The trace of a German feline in Greece: And if we are talking about talent, we can't leave aside one of the most regular collaborators of this magazine, Łukasz Orczyc-Musiałek. This time he masterly deals with a Meng's Leopard 1A4, finishing it with the livery of the Greek Army.
56 –  Backroads of Afghanistan - RG31 and BRDM-2 Diorama : It's a fact that Post-World War Two AFV Models are popular, however we can't easily find good quality scenes and vignettes. Fortunately, we found it possible to publish a very nice scene from Vlad Adamec, making a good composition with a realistic terrain and two vehicles: one MRAP and one Russian wreck.
68 – Victory Day Parade, Moscow 2015 - New Armour for Russia: Our friend and collaborator Vitaly Kuzmin was making reports from the Victory Day Parade in Moscow last May as well in the previous rehearsals. There the Russian Federation showed to the public their new Armoured Fighting Vehicles: Armata, Bumerang, Kurganets and many more. Don't miss it!
72 – Turret Basket: at the end of every issue you’ll find the kits that we’ll find in the market soon and some teasers of the next Abrams Squad Magazine.

Thanks to Pere at Abrams Squad for sending this mag to us to read and review – you can get your copy Directly from Pla Editions or their distributors worldwide as a single issue and as a subscription…