Mode includes the North Korean, South Korean and the U.S. soldiers. Mode will have a campaign with the South Korean army with 3 missions. The update will be the Chinese military and the American campaign

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yaik7a Jan 9 2011 says:

It's pretty cool that he has a steighelm.

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Panzert Apr 6 2011 replied:


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安西都护 Jan 14 2011 says:


my friend, I must say although there is a "revoluationary" in his name, this soldier is belong to Kuomintang, and his equipments is old which appeared in auti-japs war.
i suggest you to find another model.

by the way, I think most of NPA were wearing the formal russian style uniform, and the The People's Voluntary Army of China always wear the brown uniform without any formal signal

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blinky123abc Apr 7 2011 says:

Yes he is right this is not a Communist Chinese soldier of the Korean War era, it is a NRA soldier of the Koumintang. The uniforms for Korean War were a little different, they usually wore a furry hat instead of a helmet among other things. Im sure you could do some better research.

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Fightrt1 Apr 7 2011 says:

This is a Chinese National Trooper from WWII....

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Kastrenzo Apr 7 2011 says:

as far as I know the North Korean uniforms were very similar to the WW II Soviet ones *As a lot of their gear was soviet*. They may have used Chinese or Japanese helmets, but their uniforms were a brownish color.

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ymzxdh Apr 23 2012 says:

Man, I hate to say, but you get the uniform of Chinese army in Korean war wrong. This soldier belongs to Republic of China in World War II instead of People's Republic China in Korean War, I hope you can search more resources to get it right.

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Chinese infantryman

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