The second helmet-wearing grunt is lurching forward with his left arm stretched out. Note all the ammo pouches that he has on his chest. Other than the holstered pistol on the previous figure, these are all unarmed. But being zombies, they have no need for weapons.
The third zombie in line is clutching something to his chest but I wasn't sure what it was. Just as I'm not sure what the cylinder on his back is for. Are the two related? Is it a gasmask and oxygen cylinder? There is a tube leading from the bottom of the cylinder to his front. I decided to smear his hands in lots of blood, which has covered his front to help obscure whatever it is in his hands. Heck, it could be an internal organ, like a heart from some victim!
The figure last in line was one of the walking wounded before he became infected. His right wrist has been bandaged and he he has a bandage wrapped around his chest and back. His jacket is half on and half off, which is a nice touch, and helps to show off his prior injuries. He wears dark sunglasses, which also makes him stand out from the crowd.
Here we have four very well sculpted zombie soldiers. If you feel you don't have a use for them, you could very easily paint them up as SWAT troopers. This would tie them in with the cops I reviewed last time even more. Inevitably, I like them a lot and I can highly recommend them. Hey, they're by Studio Minis - what's not to like? This set retails at £12.99 from their webstore.
EDIT: Here's the image I found on Google that I used to base my camo scheme on.