This is a set of game pieces for the Zvezda 'Art of Tactic' game system. It consists of three poses of Soviet pioneers as shown. Each figure can either be attached to a separate base, or grouped together on one large and uncontoured base with a large flag/marker. The first figure is holding a mine-detector (nicely done and very thin), the second seems to be chopping wood and the third is carrying some cans. All wear basic Soviet infantry uniorm, but are a bit clinical in appearance, and in particular the pilotka caps are really poor. The man with the axe must be removing small twigs as he holds the axe close to its head. A second sprue holds some short lengths of barbed wire fence, a very short sectional bridge (total length 39mm), some very small anti-tank traps and a bunker-like thing with a flag on top. All these accessories are out of scale with the figures - the bunker is wildly so as it is only 11mm tall. Of course as game pieces this does not matter, but they are of virtually no use to more general military modellers. See the sprue image for full details of the parts that go to make up these figures, and note that the box also contains game cards for the unit. Not a figure set in the traditional sense, but the figures are accurate if not as well done as we are used to from Zvezda, while the accessories are not much use as anything other than game pieces.