The Company represents the sort of force that might have fought the Japanese in either Burma or Malaya/Singapore during the period where it seemed that nothing could stop the "Yellow Peril" from marching all the way to Bombay! As such, it is a mix of troops, both British and "Indian", all working together to fight their way through to safety.
I have only included those figures painted specifically to represent troops fighting in the Far East: obviously in any wargame the figures below could be augmented by figures from my BEF force (c.f.).
The figures come from a mix of manufacturers. The British troops are 'Australians' from Eureka (1st Platoon); 'Australians' from Battlefront (2nd Platoon); and the chaps in pith helmets are from the Minifigs WW1 range (3rd Platoon). The Sikhs and Baluchs are from Battlefront, but the Gurkhas are from Eureka: easily the best Gurkha range out there, and they carry their kukris the right way round (you know who you are, unnamed figure manufacturer!). The Chinese are from Eureka; and the mules and handlers are from Peter Pig. All the vehicles are from Battlefront except for the Rolls Royces: they are Minifigs WW1 again.