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Cold War: 1950's Super Pack
This is my first group of Cold War creations for the fictional West Coast federation.
About this creation


This is the Willys MB jeep, a versatile light utility vehicle used for recon, moving supplies and men, and infantry fire support with either .50 caliber machine guns or our 105mm recoilless rifles.









This is the Dodge WC54, a battlefield ambulance capable of serving 4-7 patients at one time. It's a dependable design that has saved countless lives on the battlefield.





This is the M30 cargo truck, a light truck designed to transport supplies and sometimes behind friendly lines. Operational range is roughly 490 miles.





This is the M34 cargo truck, a medium weight cargo truck designed to transport our M113 155mm howitzers to the battlefield. The howitzers have an max range of 15,000 meters and can fire a burst of 4 rounds per minute.





This is the M50 Ontos, a unique light tank destroyer armed with 6 105mm recoilless rifles and a .30 caliber machine gun. It is capable of being used in airborne operations and can be used against enemy armor, infantry, and fortifications.









This is the AT-60 (Armored Transporter-60), an eight-wheeled emphibious Armored Personnel Carrier capable of transporting 8 soldiers to the battlefield. The armor protects from small arms and shrapnel but struggles against anything heavier. Armament consists of a .50 caliber machine gun alongside a 7.62×51mm light machine gun.









This is the DUKW, an amphibious transport used for transporting men and cargo during both normal and assault operations. Armament is optional, but if armed is genrally a .50 cal. machine gun.





This is the M106 170mm self-propelled gun, a turretless mobile howitzer that provides the West Coast Federation with heavy artillery support. They only have enough armor to protect from small arms and shrapnel. The M106 has a max. range of 32,000 meters and is generally paired with a cargo vehicle to provide additional ammo.









This is the RA-24, a rocket artillery truck designed to unleash huge amounts of firepower on enemy positions over a short period of time. Armament consists of 24 117mm unguided rockets.







This is the AMX-14, a unique light tank known for it's unconventional oscillating turret. Armament consists of a 90mm cannon fed by a 12 round autoloader as well as a .30 caliber machine gun. The chassis is light yet reliable and decently protected, resulting in it being a mobile light tank with plenty of firepower to spare.









This is the AMX-TC, an APC variant of the AMX-14. It can carry 10 soldiers, has armor up to 40mm thick, and is armed with a 20mm auto cannon mounted in a turret.





This is the MT-55, a medium tank that makes up the core of our armored divisions. It's has a fairly small profile for a medium tank and is easy to operate. The MT-55 is highly mobile and is equipped with a snorkel for river crossings. The frontal armor can shrug off hits from hand held anti-tank weapons and the majority of tanks guns due to its 100mm thick armor. Armament includes a 100mm rifled gun and a .30 caliber machine gun.









This is the Anti Aircraft Self-Propelled mount 55 (AASPM-55), a mobile air defense vehicle known for it's massive twin 55mm autocannons. It uses radar for maintaining tactile awareness and while it's rate of fire isn't that good a single hit is almost guaranteed to down any aircraft it has targeted. The armor is comparable to our AT-60 APCs.









This is the HT-10, a heavy tank designed to provide powerful long range firepower with it's 120mm gun and is well protected against enemy fire with frontal armor of 250mm thickness. While the HT-10 shown here is not armed with a machine gun they are capable of mounting .30 cal. machine guns. Operational range is 250 kilometers.









This is the Bell UH-1 Iroquois, informally known as the Huey. It's a turbine powered helicopter capable of a wide variety of missions: air assault, cargo transport, aeromedical evacuation, search and rescue, electronic warfare, and ground attack. The Huey can carry up to 14 soldiers, and can be armed with either .30 caliber machine guns or 2 70mm rocket pods.









This is the F-86 Sabre, a jet aircraft that acts as both a fighter-interceptor and a fighter-bomber. It's capable of speeds of 1,100 kph, has a range of 2,500 kilometers, and is armed with 6 12.7 mm machine guns, and a variety of bombs/rockets up to 2,400 kg.









This is the P-51 Mustang, a classic naval fighter now used in reduced roles compared to how our great country used it a decade ago. We now use them primarily for ground attack and recon, leaving the air combat to our more advanced fighters. With their 6 .50 cal. machine guns and 10 127mm rockets they still pack quite the punch.









This is the Super Meteor F.10, a fighter bomber introduced towards the beginning of the 1950's. It can fly at 700 kph with a range of 1,100 kilometers. Armament is one 25mm nose cannon, 4 15mm cannons, and up to 3,000 lbs in bombs or rockets.









This is CF-105 Arrow, an advanced interceptor capable of high Mach 2 speeds, and with a little bit of upgrading we plan to bring the speed up to Mach 3+ in the future. The combat radius is 650 miles and the service ceiling is 55,000 feet. It can be armed with 4 unguided 10 ton yield nuclear rockets (yes, I'm aware it's a nuke but it's MOAB level firepower and for use against enemy bombers) or 8 of our radar homing air-to-air missiles.









This is the B-17 Flying Fortress, an older bomber that we used in the 1940's and are now using for both reserve and export. Range is 2,000 miles with a 6,000 lbs. bomb load.








This is the B-52 Stratofortress, a long range strategic bomber. It has a max speed of 650 mph, a combat radius of 4,500 miles, a service ceiling of 50,000, and is armed with a tail mounted 20mm gun and a payload of 70,000 lbs.










This is the KC-135 Stratotanker, a jet powered aerial refueling aircraft. It can fly 1,500 miles with a cargo of 150,000 lbs of fuel.



This is the C-130 Hercules, a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft designed to move troops and cargo. It can carry 92 passengers or 2 armored vehicles with a range of 2,400 miles.





This is the PT-109 Torpedo Boat, a torpedo equipped fast attack boat. They have a speed of 41 knots, a range of 520 nautical miles, and a armament of 4 torpedoes, 1 1.6 inch anti-aircraft gun and 4 0.8 inch anti aircraft guns.







This is the DD-435, an older destroyer that our navy hopes to replace with a more modern ship. It's armed with 4 5 inch dual purpose guns, 10 torpedo tubes, 4 depth charge racks, and several dozen AA guns.





This is the Seattle Class Heavy cruiser. It's armed with 12 × 8 inch guns, 4 × 5 inch guns, around 60 x 20 mm AA cannons.



This is the San Francisco Class Heavy battleship. It is armed with 12 x 17 inch guns, 6 x 6 inch guns, 25 x 5 inch AA guns, 150 x 1 inch AA guns, and can carry up to 7 seaplanes.

Info to be added soon, credit to Hischen for the B-52, Matthew Sylvan for the C-130, Quogg for the KC-135, and Matthew Sylvan and Lego4Life for their help on various designs throughout this pack.



Comments

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  March 27, 2014
Hello Matthew, regarding the exact same second comment, I have no idea how that get there, I think my account is glitching since its happening to alot of creations I commented in
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  March 13, 2014
Nice huey! I just made my huey a couple days ago! Check it out when you get a chance!
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  February 7, 2014
Nice collection! I especially like your T-55.
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  February 5, 2014
Quoting Big Chief Uber Guy Oscar I understand the P-51 being used but not those B-17s. B-17s are simply to slow and to vulnerable to enemy fire. With the more modern jets of the cold war, it would be like having a hot knife (the enemy) slicing through butter( the B;17s). Just a thought. A penny for your thoughts...
I agree, which is why I stated they are a reserve aircraft only, useful for training and little else. My fictional version of the United States primarily uses the B-52 and just released an improved version of the YB-49 flying wing bomber. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/380470
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  February 5, 2014
I understand the P-51 being used but not those B-17s. B-17s are simply to slow and to vulnerable to enemy fire. With the more modern jets of the cold war, it would be like having a hot knife (the enemy) slicing through butter( the B;17s). Just a thought. A penny for your thoughts...
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  February 4, 2014
Quoting World Of Recreation I guess that "less exposed studs" you told me on the B-52 I have isnt much of an issue for you :P
Why did you copy and paste this silly question again? You already said the exact same thing like 20 comments down. I gave a perfectly valid reason why I didn't do an improvement like that: it wouldn't be worth my time as the B-52 is going to be replaced with a more advanced bomber, the XB-70.
  February 4, 2014
I guess that "less exposed studs" you told me on the B-52 I have isnt much of an issue for you :P
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  January 12, 2014
Quoting Jake Sandvall Well, first, thank you for replying. Second, I'm not sure what you mean by "approved"? If you mean the site isn't up yet, it's because I do not yet have any designs to sell. I've been working on a few things, but I don't have any substantial stuff yet. Finally, if you mean anything specific about the creations, I will send another comment right after this one containing something about each creation.
When I say you aren't approved I'm talking about your MOCpages account. Anyway, I think you've proved you aren't a spam bot, and if you want you can go and give your oppinion on the rest of them on one of my older creations.
  January 12, 2014
Well, first, thank you for replying. Second, I'm not sure what you mean by "approved"? If you mean the site isn't up yet, it's because I do not yet have any designs to sell. I've been working on a few things, but I don't have any substantial stuff yet. Finally, if you mean anything specific about the creations, I will send another comment right after this one containing something about each creation.
  January 12, 2014
Okay, so for my views... Jeep: I've seen people try to recreate something like this many times, and you've done better than most of them. WC54: Nice little thing. Wouldn't cost much, and lots of detail. M30: A tad bit generic, but still, a nice truck. M34: Again, a little generic, but the Howitzers are amazing. M50: Incredible amounts of detail. So, I think I've proved I'm not a spambot. I'm sure you don't want me filling up your comments, and I think you probably don't want to give out your email, so is there a project you don't quite care if I give the rest of my opinions on?
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  January 12, 2014
Quoting Jake Sandvall Wow!! These things are magnificent! Amazing! Beautiful (if that's appropriate for a war machine)! In fact, they are so magnificent and amazing and beautiful, I was hoping to make a partnership with you. I plan to make a website, from which I hope to sell military LEGO sets. I was hoping you may want to sell your creations. If you want me to sign a contract, that's okay. If you want all the royalties, that's okay. If you don't trust me, that's okay. If you think this is spam, I swear, on my honor, it's not. Please reply.
Call me somewhat interested. To be honest I'm a bit dubious as you have yet to be approved, but I've been told that I should consider selling designs. Seeing as you didn't even mention a fact about my designs that does hint towards this being spam. XD
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  January 11, 2014
Wow!! These things are magnificent! Amazing! Beautiful (if that's appropriate for a war machine)! In fact, they are so magnificent and amazing and beautiful, I was hoping to make a partnership with you. I plan to make a website, from which I hope to sell military LEGO sets. I was hoping you may want to sell your creations. If you want me to sign a contract, that's okay. If you want all the royalties, that's okay. If you don't trust me, that's okay. If you think this is spam, I swear, on my honor, it's not. Please reply.
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  December 30, 2013
A Super Super Pack. A lot of Super MOC's. I love your work man!!!
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  December 30, 2013
this is really a great job man !!!
Matthew McCall
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Tyro Cook
  December 29, 2013
Excellent work on these Matt. Now I'm not registered to play D&C III, but the Cold War is my favorite aircraft era because there was just so much going on, so I would like to build stuff. Any chance I could email you a creation to slip into a pack every now and then? If you have any questions, contact me on Facebook.
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  December 29, 2013
Quoting Tyro Cook Excellent work on these Matt. Now I'm not registered to play D&C III, but the Cold War is my favorite aircraft era because there was just so much going on, so I would like to build stuff. Any chance I could email you a creation to slip into a pack every now and then? If you have any questions, contact me on Facebook.
I would be more than happy if you want to email me files, I try to build well rounded armies but it always seems like there is something that still needs to be built.
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  December 29, 2013
Amazing collection of military hardware! beautiful renders too!
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  December 29, 2013
AS usual, more than excellent. The vehicles are incredibly real. What I didn´t know is that the 105 recoilless rifle was called "rifle" in English, when in Spanish it is called "gun". Even seeing good Lego creations one can improve his knowledge about weapons. Congratulations (again and again and again).
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  December 28, 2013
oufff! you really know your business around military vehicles! most of them knock my socks off! bravo!!!
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  December 28, 2013
Quoting jd davis great work there now about that last battleship, could you put a ldd file of it and the B-17 on here?
Sorry, but I only share my creations with a handful of people.
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  December 28, 2013
Quoting World Of Recreation I guess that "less exposed studs" you told me on the I have B-52 isnt much of an issue for you :P
Well, I'm working on building a XB-70 Valkyrie to replace the B-52 so I see no reason to work on upgrading it beyond a few minor details.
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  December 28, 2013
great work there now about that last battleship, could you put a ldd file of it and the B-17 on here?
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  December 28, 2013
Excellent stuff you have there. My favorites are your vehicles. Great work!
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  December 28, 2013
Awesome collection!
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  December 28, 2013
No wonder its taking so long. I was going 1080 and 10/10 quality.
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  December 28, 2013
Very nice, you surely put a lot of work into these little masterpieces. The soviet lookalike tanks are especially good looking and realistic, you've chosen their wheels wisely.
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  December 28, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Wow! These are all fantastic. I especially love the B-52 bomber. Excellent work!
I can't really take much of any credit for the B-52, it's a slightly modded design I'm using with permission.
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  December 28, 2013
You've put a lot of work into these! They all look really well designed!
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  December 28, 2013
Wow! These are all fantastic. I especially love the B-52 bomber. Excellent work!
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  December 28, 2013
Quoting Colin Small 10 Minutes per render! Jeez. What settings do you use? What computer do you have?
Setting quality 8/10, size is 900 by 900, custom computer with a 3.2 GHz processor, 8 GB of RAM, and a decent graphics card. It takes longer if the quality is at full.
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  December 28, 2013
Good grief! These are all awesome and great builds. I'm astounded by the fact you could build all these for the new group. You certainly made my head hurt with my decisision wether or not to join the new group.
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  December 28, 2013
10 Minutes per render! Jeez. What settings do you use? What computer do you have?
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  December 28, 2013
Very cool, great detail.
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  December 28, 2013
Quoting Kenji King Whoa!!! This is probably one of my favorite creations on MOCpages! BTW: How long did it take to build and render!?!?!!??!?!
Well, there are 94 renders and it takes on average about 10 minutes each for rendering, so it took about 16 hours to render them all. Designing them took far longer.
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  December 28, 2013
Quoting jack kenyon Lovely selection for D&C III, just a few things. The B52 is too advanced. USA had the B36 in the 1950s. B52 was 1964 I think. I love the autoloader, a good effort on that oscillating turret, a hard shape. Also, why do you spread your stuff out so much? Why not pick a style and base your stuff around it. there is Russian, US, German, even French stuff in there. isn't it better to have a common theme? None of that can disguise the build quality though, very well done!
Actually, a quick internet search will tell you that the B-52 was introduced in 1955, the B-36 was introduced in 1949. ;) Anyway, my country's back story for why it has such a strange mix of vehicles will be explained, let's just say that it is connected to recent events in D&C2. Also, I'm impressed that you were able to recognize the AMX-13.
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  December 28, 2013
Quoting Alex Sonny All of this is just astounding, which tank is the one with the oscillating turret? kinda reminds me of the SK-105 Kürassier.
The AMX-13, it was a French tank.
 I like it 
  December 28, 2013
Lovely selection for D&C III, just a few things. The B52 is too advanced. USA had the B36 in the 1950s. B52 was 1964 I think. I love the autoloader, a good effort on that oscillating turret, a hard shape. Also, why do you spread your stuff out so much? Why not pick a style and base your stuff around it. there is Russian, US, German, even French stuff in there. isn't it better to have a common theme? None of that can disguise the build quality though, very well done!
 I like it 
  December 28, 2013
All of this is just astounding, which tank is the one with the oscillating turret? kinda reminds me of the SK-105 Kürassier.
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  December 28, 2013
Very nicely done, the only thing that I saw wrong with this is that the Huey has 2 blades for the rear rotor and not 4!!!
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  December 28, 2013
Whoa!!! This is probably one of my favorite creations on MOCpages! BTW: How long did it take to build and render!?!?!!??!?!
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  December 28, 2013
They are all awesome. The BTR60 is very nice, congrats. Excellent work !
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  December 28, 2013
Respect to all of you, for this awesome pack
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  December 28, 2013
ever so deeply cool.
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  December 28, 2013
Well, they're flawless. Brilliant execution!
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  December 28, 2013
Fantastic creations!! Love 'em!!!
 
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