If you are a modeler or texture artist and you are working on a WW2 game, you would probably find these photographs quite useful. I took these at the National D-Day Museum in New Orleans in 2004. Pictured are re-enactment soldiers in German uniforms with gear. This re-enactment group was hired by the developers of Call Of Duty to make sure their models and textures were historically accurate. 12 pictures total (plus 1 camo tent pic) are included in the zip file. Alot of the photos are about 1700x1100 pixels, but some photos have been cropped and may be about 1300x700. Nevertheless, all belts, buckles, straps, buttons, stitching can be seen. Also, these photos can be used to make interfaces and/or advertisements for your game.