The Plastic Soldier Company produces a 1/72 scale (20mm) Late War U.S. Infantry set, which contains three sprues of 17 figures (a total of 51 figures). Each sprue containing the following figures:
6 soldiers with M1 Garand rifles
2 soldiers with Browning Automatic Rifles
A kneeling sniper with a Springfield rifle
A soldier talking on a SCR-536 hand-held radio transceiver
A radio operator (kneeling) with a SCR-300 Portable Radio transceiver (on his back)
An NCO/Officer talking on the SCR-300 radio transceiver
A soldier with a Thompson submachine gun
A spotter with binoculars actively scanning the area
A kneeling soldier (spotter?).
U.S. Late War Infantry sprue (side 1)
U.S. Late War Infantry sprue (side 2)
I painted the last sprue of this set, which includes the figure listed above (the first two sprues were used for the African-American U.S. 92nd and 93rd Infantry Divisions; please see previous U.S. Infantry post for more details).
Late War U.S. Infantry (1): front
Late War U.S. Infantry (1): back
Late War U.S. Infantry (2): front
Late War U.S. Infantry (2): back
Late War U.S. Infantry (3): front
Late War U.S. Infantry (3): back
The below photos include miniatures I painted from earlier posts.