Our new Bolt Action British Expeditionary Force (BEF) depicts the British force in Europe from 1939–1940 during the Second World War. To lead our recently released rifle section we now have a four man command section…
Along with the command section we also see the release of the Vickers MMG team…
To complement the new command section and vickers we have the following…
First up is the Rifle Section. This represents the classic ten-man section – a two-man Bren Gun LMG team and 8 riflemen, one of whom is an NCO. As you’ve come to expect from Warlord, these lovely new sculpts come with separate Figure Heads so there is even more variety available to you.
Every early war Commonwealth commander needs support for his riflemen and here we have an anti-tank rifle and a light mortar
Armed with the Boys anti-tank rifle this team offers a man-portable solution to enemy light armour. The two-inch light mortar team provides your Tommies with indirect fire support, softening up the enemy prior to a close encounter with the sharp end of a British bayonet!
All the rules you need to field the BEF can be found in Armies of Great Britain. From early campaigns in Europe to the deserts of North Africa and the jungles of the Far East, the book covers wherever the British forces faced the Axis threat.
Armies of Great Britain allows you to field the British Army, British Airborne, Commandos, Commonwealth troops such as Australians, New Zealanders, Canadians, Polish Airborne, Gurkhas, Chindits and of course the SAS!
- Army Lists
Written by Jake Thornton, a copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.
This book comes from Warlord with the special release miniature of New Zealander Captain Charles Upham, VC & Bar – exquisitely sculpted by Paul Hicks. This model is only available when you buy Armies of Great Britain directly from Warlord Games.