Size: 16mm long
The Clark air Crawler model CA-1 widely known as the Clark CA-1 was a small airborne bulldozer designed for improvement of runways in World War Two by the United States Armed Forces.
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HBG Customer House Rule:CA-1 bulldozer (HBG-3DP-0242)
Represents a deploy-able engineer/construction unit such as an Army Corps of Engineers or USN SeaBees unit, German Pioneers, or like unit. In combat can reduce enemy obstacles, rolling to “attack” fortifications or obstacles. In any round when friendly units get more hits than the enemy gets, the dozer unit “hits” and destroys a fortification on a 1-2 (d6) or 1-4 (d12). On any round when friendly units score fewer hits than enemy, the dozer’s effectiveness is halved, to eliminate an enemy fortification or obstacle on a roll of 1 (d6) or 2 (d12). In non-combat action, can also be used to destroy enemy installations, such as oil refineries, or to build friendly fortifications or obstacles, at the rate of one installation destroyed every 2 rounds or 1 obstacle or fortification built per round. Attack value as above, against fortifications or obstacles only. Defense value zero, but can be employed to build fortifications or obstacles, or air bases, seaplane bases, and other installations as noted above. Cost 6 IPCs, move 1.