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This is D-Day 6-6-44. Sorry for the bad quallity pics!! I had a really really good camera but bad pics!! :-D
About this creation

This Is My Higgins boat i think its ok but if u have any comments please tell me!


Heres a front veiw of the higgins boat.


Poor guy got his arm shot off!


The captain (The one in the green) is hoping he wont die and the one on the very left at the top is is hiding from the gunners hoping he wont die also.



The one guy with the leg detached got shot right when he got up and when he fell his leg go ripped apart on the rock

Here is a Machine gunner climbing up the wall.


(Bottom) Here is a german sniper sniping people, (TOP) Here is a maching gunnner pinning down US Soldiers.


This is a German bunker with a German in it with a shot gun

THATS IT PLEASE COMMENT!!! :)



Comments

Lt. Reep
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FOX McCLOUD
  February 23, 2010
this is GREAT
 I like it 
  September 13, 2009
 I made it 
  August 20, 2009
Quoting Kriss Olympis Your Higgins boat is pretty good, I especaily like the MG. To make the I-beam barricades (thats what their called) take a 1x1 brick with studs on 4 sides, and either attach 1x1 round or square pieces(see my German Resupply depot for an example), or 6-8x1 thin plates. D-Day was the envasion of Europe in World War Two, there were several landing beaches, Omaha was the bloodiest. This good for a first try, but look at other D-Day MOCs, I expect to see a REALY good one out of you! =)
THX!!!
  August 20, 2009
Your Higgins boat is pretty good, I especaily like the MG. To make the I-beam barricades (thats what their called) take a 1x1 brick with studs on 4 sides, and either attach 1x1 round or square pieces(see my German Resupply depot for an example), or 6-8x1 thin plates. D-Day was the envasion of Europe in World War Two, there were several landing beaches, Omaha was the bloodiest. This good for a first try, but look at other D-Day MOCs, I expect to see a REALY good one out of you! =)
 I made it 
  August 19, 2009
I couldn't figure out how to make those Little X thing in the water and on land!! :) If u know how please tell me!!
 
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