Dixon

Dragon in Dreams
€ 159,00
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Art.nr.
A80126

Before the outbreak of World War II, Doss was employed as a joiner at a shipyard in Newport News, Virginia. Doss entered military service, despite being offered a deferment for his shipyard work, on April 1, 1942, at Camp Lee, Virginia. He was sent to Fort Jackson in South Carolina for training with the reactivated 77th Infantry Division. Meanwhile, his brother Harold served aboard the USS Lindsey.

Doss refused to kill an enemy soldier or carry a weapon into combat because of his personal beliefs as a Seventh-day Adventist. He consequently became a medic assigned to 2nd Platoon, B Company, 1st Battalion, 307th Infantry, 77th Infantry Division.

While serving with his platoon in 1944 on Guam and the Philippines, he was awarded two Bronze Star Medals with a "V" device, for exceptional valor in aiding wounded soldiers under fire. During the Battle of Okinawa, he saved the lives of 75 wounded infantrymen atop the area known by the 96th Division as the Maeda Escarpment or Hacksaw Ridge. Doss was wounded four times in Okinawa, and was evacuated on May 21, 1945, aboard the USS Mercy. Doss suffered a left arm fracture from a sniper's bullet and at one point had seventeen pieces of shrapnel embedded in his body. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in Okinawa.

77th Infantry Division Combat Medic ~ Desmond T. Doss (Hacksaw Ridge)

- Foldable Stretcher 
- Various medical equipment and accessories including solution of morphine tartrate,
  adhesive tape and surgical plaster, Crytalline Sulfanilamide paper envelop,
  double-blunt scissors and forceps, compressed white bandage 
- Two super releastic headscuplts

Comes with:

Figure:

- Two super realistic headsculpts (one with scars and weathering)
-  Body
- Open palms
- Relaxed palms
- Palms for holding accessories

Outfits:

- Green T shirt
- Green uniform
- Green pants
- Y strap
- Belt
- Suspender
- M1 helmet
- Medical Pouch x 2 with Type I insert x 1 + Type II insert x 1
- Cantle Ring Strap x 2
- M2 First Aid kit pouch
- M1936 musette bag
- Surgical instrument case
- First Aid kit pouch
- M43 boots

Accessories:

- Canteen with cover x 2
- Emergency Medical Tag x 5 with booklet x1
- Solution of Morphine Tartrate x 5(four with covers)with packing box x 3
- 0.5 oz Hard Rubber Black Vials x 6
- Crystalline Sulfanilamide Paper Envelope x 5 with packing box x 3
- Curity adhesive tape
- Adhesive Surgical Plaster
- Safety Pins x 7 with cardboard
- Metal Container
- Flask w/Cup
- Double-Blunt Scissors
- Hemostatic Forceps x 2
- Scalpel x 2
- Spring Tissue Forceps
- Folding Stretcher 
- Compressed White Bandage x 5 with boxe x 2

Insignia:

Geneva Convention Brassard


Meer informatie
Custom Status n.v.t.
Fabrikant Dragon in Dreams
Art.nr. A80126
Taal Nee
Ondertitels Nee
Regiocode Nee
Speelduur Nee
Short Description

Before the outbreak of World War II, Doss was employed as a joiner at a shipyard in Newport News, Virginia. Doss entered military service, despite being offered a deferment for his shipyard work, on April 1, 1942, at Camp Lee, Virginia. He was sent to Fort Jackson in South Carolina for training with the reactivated 77th Infantry Division. Meanwhile, his brother Harold served aboard the USS Lindsey.

Doss refused to kill an enemy soldier or carry a weapon into combat because of his personal beliefs as a Seventh-day Adventist. He consequently became a medic assigned to 2nd Platoon, B Company, 1st Battalion, 307th Infantry, 77th Infantry Division.

While serving with his platoon in 1944 on Guam and the Philippines, he was awarded two Bronze Star Medals with a "V" device, for exceptional valor in aiding wounded soldiers under fire. During the Battle of Okinawa, he saved the lives of 75 wounded infantrymen atop the area known by the 96th Division as the Maeda Escarpment or Hacksaw Ridge. Doss was wounded four times in Okinawa, and was evacuated on May 21, 1945, aboard the USS Mercy. Doss suffered a left arm fracture from a sniper's bullet and at one point had seventeen pieces of shrapnel embedded in his body. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in Okinawa.

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