These are most of my WWII-modern era units, although some of them could be used in a space era battle as well. (I don't have any full, fleshed out factions, at least not yet, just individual units I can swap around to make armies for different battles.)
Right now I only have two vehicles in this era, the first is the Wirbelwind.
Modeled after the German Wirbelwind (Wirlwind) mobile anti-aircraft gun from WWII. (I don't have any tank tracks so I just have sprockets and roadwheels and call it close enough.)
A slightly fuzzy view from the front.
Top view showing the distinctive turret shape that was such a pain to imitate.
Another front view. The quad-mounted auto-guns are devastating against infantry squads.
Close-up of the front hull. I kind of like how the front vision block turned out.
Close-up of the turret. The angles took a really long time to get right.
Armored Car. I modeled this loosely off the M8
It is armed with a main gun, an auto-gun on the ring mount, and a bow-mounted flamethrower.
Top view. The ring mount is a flexible tube from an old Technic set.
This is an updated machine gun from the previous pictures. I got the ammo drum idea from someone on this forum, I'm not sure who.
Winston Churchill with Tommies
Young Churchill. (Boer War)
Elite urban infantry. Brickarms weapons, Brickforge helmets and armor. (These are an expensive eight figs)
Somali gunmenhttp://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Corio ... ars050.jpg
Led by the God-Grandfather
Heavy machine gun, modeled elegantly by a mercenary.
He looks excited.
Rangers. The berets, armor, and most of the weapons are Brickforge.
Marine heavies with size 2 M1919 machine guns.
Brickforge backpack and helmet, Brickarms M1919.
Front view of B.A.'s van.
SWAT team with Brickwarriors riot shields, Brickforge helmets and armor, and Brickarms weapons.
Without riot shields.
And some normal cops.
"For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake and the gospel's will save it. For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world and forfeit his soul?" Mark 8:35-36