Historical Miniature Wargaming, Military History, Plastic Army Men, & slush cast soldiers. Figures from Airfix, Italeri, Giant, Revell, Pegasus, Dapol, HaT, Ykreol, Imex, Orion, Strelets, Paul Heiser Models and Roco Minitanks, Trident and Fidelis Models; as well as wargame rules. I also enjoy 54mm & 60mm Toy Soldiers from Tim Mee, Ideal, MPC, and Marx Toys! I have collected toy soldiers for over 55 years. You can eMail me at BunkerMeister45@aol.com
Saturday, June 4, 2011
They did not have enough men to man all the bunkers all the time. Some would be empty part time while men ate, slept and performed other duties.
The generators were always protected. They were too important not to watch all the time.
A man stood at each end of them ready in case of trouble.
The two rapid response trucks were close to the generators, if a fire broke out they could put it out.
The men were from several different companies and so they looked different and used different gear, but each was professional and do what needed to be done.