After a bit of Internet research, a platoon of Danish infantry in the early 80s was made up of 3 squads. Each squad consisted of 4 riflemen, a 2 man LMG crew (the MG was a German made MG3):
And a Carl Gustav with a two man crew:
Two M72 LAWs were also issued to each squad:
So this makes my platoon stand 12 rifles, 3 LMGs, and 3 Carl Gustavs. In the early 80s, individual platoons had no MANPADS, which seems to me to be a significant handicap. Six two-man Hamlet teams (the Danish name for the US Redeye) mounted in Land Rovers were assigned at the brigade level, to be parceled out to the infantry battalions:
They weren't replaced by Stingers until the later 80s.
Additionally, each mechanized company had a pair of M125 mortar carriers (81mm):
Motorized units substituted 3 mortars carried by a Unimog 1300L.
In other news, I used this weekend to finish the East German T-55 company that was missing from the panzer battalion for my motor rifle regiment, which is slowly taking shape. Here's the entire battalion, including command, in one of GHQs bunker boxes:
I also made a start on a Danish armored reconnaissance squadron. Here are 2 troops of M41 Walker Bulldogs:
That polishes off this weekend. Another installment in a few days, if not before!