A simple approach to WWII Wargaming; modelling military, naval, airforce and civilian items.
Good work off the production line
Well for 1944, the ratio of Panthers to Pz 4's is correct......they should all be in dark yellow/camo by this period though
Tank divisions usually had two batallions of tanks in 1944, one with Panthers and one with Panzer IV's. They weren't mixed in the respective units, but platoons from the different batallions could work together. As the division suffered more and more losses various kampfgruppes could be formed from remnants of platoons and repaired vehicles, which is when you start to see some strange mixes.Tigers however, were fielded in separate Heavy batallions to be used where they were needed the most by the overall corps.But they should really, really, really, be painted dunkelgelb (dark yellow) for Normandy.