Czech Master's Kits (CMK)
Modeling the U.S. Army in WWII

Czech Master's Kits, more commonly known as CMK, has been one of the Czech Republic’s contributions to modeling since the mid-1990s. They offer both plastic and resin AFVs as well as more than two dozen figure sets. I’ve used a number of their winter German soldiers and have a pair of their British paratroopers, and their casting is a bit rougher than Warriors or Verlinden soldiers. CMK figures have a wider variance in size, some as large as Verlinden, some more in the middle range.

CMK’s infantry equipment offering includes two small bases with equipment placed on them. It’s hard to tell from the product photo whether this equipment is molded into the base or not. If it is part of the base, that would limit it’s versatility.


35004U.S. Tank Crew (1 full, 1 3/4 and 1 1/2 figures)
35005U.S. Paratroops
35010U.S. Infantry Equipment WWII
35109U.S. Marines DUKW Crew (2 figures)
35182U.S. Tank Mechanics (2 figures)
35211WWII U.S. Truck Crew (2 figures)
32091U.S. Army Mechanics WWII (2 figures - 1/32 scale)


RA009LVT(A)–1, Amtank
RA010LVT(A)–4, Amtank
RA013Studebaker–U.S. 2
RA014Studebaker–U.S. 6
RA039WWII U.S. Fuel Trailer Type A-3 (600 gal.)
RA041WWII U.S. Antitank Gun Type M3 (37mm)

Modeling the U.S. Army in WWII © Timothy S. Streeter