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MACV-SOG HALO Teams 1970 -1971

RT Montana 1969
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MACV-SOG Equipment:

Individual Equipment
Team Equipment
Personal Gear
Original MACV-SOG Gear

Australian SASR
Seal Team 1

SOG Spike Team ASP

1/6 custom figures by Modern Forces member Jack Kull



One of US members, Jack Kull, has been working on some custom 1/6 figures that were shown at the Weekend of Heroes in Glendale, California.

RefNo 1108 refers to the reference number the U.S. Government assigned to SFC George "Ron" Brown (1-0), SGT Al Boyer (1-1), and SGT Charles "Greg" Huston (1-2), the American members of SOG Spike Team ASP, lost March 28, 1968, in Laos.  The diorama depicts the American members of ASP on the tarmac at NKP, Thailand, awaiting the USAF CH-3 "Pony Express" helicopter that will insert them into their AO near Tchepone, Laos, to install a wiretap.
"Dragon "names" its figures, i.e., Dragon's MACVSOG release several years ago was named "Ron Watkins."  (As an aside, that Dragon figure is  named, in part, after the Ron Brown of Spike Team ASP, but that's another story.).  Accordingly, the head sculpt for each of the figures in this diorama is from a Dragon figure of the same name.  From left, "1-1 SGT Charles 'Greg' Huston" is Dragon's Special Forces Scud Hunter "Greg" figure; "1-0 SFC 'Ron' Brown" is Dragon's "Ron Watkins"; and "1-1 SGT Alan Boyer" is Dragon's World War II Marine Sniper/Tarawa "Alan" figure.
"The PSP the figures are standing on is a 1:35th scale PSP painted and weathered (I would love to find some 1:6 scale PSP, but in the meantime, the 1:35th serves the purpose), and the larger base is merely a piece of stained wood.  Add the patches and a name plate and the project was completed.
"Brown's remains were recovered in 1999 and identified in 2001; Boyer and Huston remain missing.