British ATS Search Light Crew (3 Figures-Optional Heads-w/Spotters Chair)

This set comprises of 3 ATS Searchlight Crew with optional heads and the Spotters Chair. The reclining spotter figure wears the distinctive "Wooly Bear" overcoat.
  • SKU: FIG122
  • $9.52
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This set comprises of 3 ATS Searchlight Crew with optional heads and the Spotters Chair. The reclining spotter figure wears the distinctive "Wooly Bear" overcoat. The Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) was the women's branch of the British Army during the Second World War. It was formed on 9 September 1938, initially as a women's voluntary service and continued until 1949, when it was merged into the Women's Royal Army Corps. In December 1941, the National Service Act called up unmarried women between 20 and 30 to join one of the auxiliary services. These were the ATS, the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS), the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) and the Women's Transport Service. Although barred from serving in battle, due to shortages of men, the ATS, and members of the other women's voluntary services, took over many support tasks including radar operators and forming part of anti-aircraft gun crews. From July 1942 members of the ATS began to replace male personnel in searchlight regiments and from the 26th Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery, became the first 'Mixed' regiment, with seven Troops of ATS women posted to it, By August 1943 most searchlight and anti-aircraft regiments comprised of mainly ATS crew which in turn freed more men to join Infantry units. In total this service suffered 717 casualties during World War II.
    • SKU
      FIG122
  • Manufacturer
    Milicast
  • Unit of Sale
    Single Unit
  • Assembly Status
    Unassembled Kit
  • Age Level
    17 Years & Up
  • Skill Level
    3 – Intermediate
  • Theme
    Militaria

We ship to all countries World Wide. If you receive an error message "No shipping location available" or similar, please contact us directly by e-mail (info@milicast.com) and we shall assist. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Shipments outside the UK may be subject to Duty & Taxes from the government of the destination country. Payment of Duty & Taxes are the responsibility of the customer.

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All Goods remain the property of Milicast Model Company until paid for in full. Goods may only be returned by prior arrangement at the recipients' expense. Delivery and insurance charges are non-refundable. Claims for damaged/missing items should be made within seven days of receipt.

Any products purchased 'second hand’, (without proof of direct Milicast Model Company supply, or supply from an Milicast Model Company approved dealer, shop or agent), or any products part assembled or part worked on in any way, are not covered by this returns policy. Under these circumstances no returns will be accepted, however we may quote for the supply of parts to restore the product to full inventory.

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