I have a question, for logistics purpose, can I build a 1/32 navy air craft carrier deck tractor, they are always moving weapons, fuel, personal, etc.
Martin the Campaign Leader has the final say on this, but I would say that this fits the rules:
A campaign for all of those who are in the second line and supporting the fighting line. "
... in the same way an artillery tractor fits. Basically anything that moves some form of manufactured materials from A to B that somehow aids the frontline soldier (i.e moving soil from A to B is engineering, but moving beer crates from A to B [for shipping to the quatermaster's personal stash - oops] is Logistics )
Martin would I be correct in saying more expanded examples are:
A Train engine with attached Cargo/platform trucks (unarmed trucks)
Military transport aircraft (no AC47 Puff the Magic Dragons!)
Any cargo transport type truck
Forklifts, trolley lift trucks, etc
Container ships, Oil Tankers, etc (Maybe stretching here)
Purpose built Artillery tractors/ towing vehicles (No gun tanks with artillery tied to the back)
Airfield/carrier support vehicles (bomb/missile rack towing vehicles, fuel trucks, etc.)
Those are already OK -I think that a wrote them in the beginning. If not - it is my mistake. The problem is t he engineering machines - in my (army) opinion they are in the first line of the war field.
The list that is somewhere up here is just an example of logistic vehicles - not the only allowed for this campaign.
Everything that is supporting the troops and the first line but not involved directly - it is OK. Towing trucks, loading trucks, forklifts, artillery ammunition suppliers, fuel and water trucks, container trucks, tank loaders.
Just an examples.