Two definitions. First, a Stand in a ground-combat game is a term to describe an entire playing piece, consisting of Figures and Base. For instance, in some Napoleonic systems, a Stand might consist of four fusilier figures glued to a 1" x 1" base. Second, a Stand is a device for supporting an aircraft over the tabletop or playing area. For example, in a modern miniatures game, an Mi-24 helicopter would usually be permanently mounted on a Stand. Microarmor Stands come in several base sizes, larger and heavier bases to be used with large models. As another example, some aerial miniature rules require use of large wheeled stands capable of holding a model at varying heights and attitudes.