Modelling the Challenger 1 and 2 MBT and Variants

Modelling the Challenger 1 and 2 MBT and Variants

Osprey Modelling 29
  • Author: Graeme Davidson, Pat Johnston
  • Short code: MOD 29
  • Publication Date: 10 May 2006
  • Number of Pages: 80
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Introduced to the British Army in 1983, Challenger Main Battle Tanks have served operationally in the Balkans and both Gulf Wars, where their firepower, protection and shock action were instrumental to the success of British forces. In addition to the familiar gun tanks, the Challenger family encompasses the Rhino Armoured Repair and Recovery Vehicle (ARRV), highly modified Desert Challenger 2s operated by the Royal Army of Oman and the radical Falcon 2 being developed by the Jordanian Army. This book covers a wide range of these variants, with each chapter presenting a different build using colour photos to illustrate scratch-building, painting and weathering techniques across a variety of skill levels.

Biographical Note

Graeme Davidson is a Captain in the Canadian Army. He was educated at the Royal Military College where he earned a BA (Honours) in History. He is currently studying at the Canadian Forces Medical Services School in Borden, Ontario. When not at school, he resides in Fredericton, New Brunswick, with his wife Lisa. This is his third title in the Osprey Modelling Series, having previously written Osprey Modelling 14: Modelling the M113 Series as well as part of Osprey Modelling 20: Modelling the T-55 Main Battle Tank. Pat Johnston lives in Moncton, New Brunswick, with his wife Lisa and their two daughters. He is a founding member of the New Brunswick Military Modelers and his main interest is in German Armour of World War II; however, he has recently discovered a taste for modern armour and even aircraft modelling. He is a past winner of the Tamiyacon Canada grand prize and his work has appeared in several magazines, and also in the galleries of Osprey Modelling 18: The Marder Self-Propelled Gun and Osprey Modelling 20: The T-55 Main Battle Tank.

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