Playhouse could possibly be the new (unofficial) military branch of Hot Toys; after all, they have a history together. Playhouse used to be the factory producing all the 1/6 military gear and stuff for Hot Toys before Hot Toys went "Hollywood" and the sets that Playhouse has been releasing are simply stunning.
There was the exceptional Playhouse USMC Regimental Combat Team (RCT) from 6th Marine Regiment in Operation Iraqi Freedom (Previewed HERE - I've gotten it but yet to post a review) and then the Playhouse 1:6 scale GSG-9 low-profile version followed by the equally good Playhouse 1:6 scale 12-inch D-Boy Battle Of Mogadishu (Somalia) 1993 Operation Spy in Bakara Market military action figure (reviewed HERE).
Next on the list will be this Playhouse 1/6 scale 12-inch US Navy SEAL Team Ten operator and he's packing! Man, is he PACKING?!! Check out that loadout - this guy's armed to the teeth and then some.
This Playhouse 1/6 scale 12-inch US Navy SEAL Team Ten operator will come with US Navy SEALized custom Chest rig with 2 style shoulder strap (coyote tan), Hugger soft side plate carrier with sapi side plate carrier adapter(desert tan) x 02, Light stick panel (black), Armour plates x 02, Combat shirts (coyote brown + 3-c desert), BDU Pants (3c desert), Counter weight pouch (OD), "Bravo" type skull face mask (black), Magazine dump pouch (OD), MBITR Radio pouch (coyote tan), Battery NVG pouch, Small general purpose pouch (coyote tan), Single smoke grenade pouch(coyote), UA Tactical wristband (bk), Fancy stitched belt (rust), MOLLE Thigh mount platform(coyote tan), M60 Ammo pouch(coyote tan), MLCS Pistol mag pouch(coyote tan), McGuire 3-point padded suspender (bk), McGuire belt pad (bk), McGuire quick release belt (bk), H.A.W.G. Hydration pack w/ tube (3-c desert), Retention lanyard(OD), Leather knife sheath (bk), Multi-tool sheath (bk), Underpants (white), and SEAL's Low-profile cap (bk)
MICH 2000 Helmet with head-loc retention system H-nape(tan) + NVD-NOD Interface 3-hole shroud (bk), Titanium advanced tactical helmet mount (bk), Titanium advanced helmet mount assembly (bk), AN/PVS-15 Night Vision Binoculars (bk), Land operation goggle (tan), SORDIN Headset system with universal PTT, MBITR Radio with whip antenna
Other stuff: Recon Tanto knife (bk), Light sticks (pink x 02 /white x 02 /green x 01), MK141 MOD 0 flash bang grenade x 02, M18 Smoke grenade (green), M127 Parachute signal flare, VIP Strobe light (tan), D Locking carabiner, Multi-tool (bk), Tact-pen (silver), 2 types of rubber bands, Translation & reference card, M4 Magazine x 11,drop-down holster (bk), MK24 Pistol with belt loop pistol lanyard, MK24 Pistol magazine (black) x 02, Military emergency tourniquet, Tri-fold restraints Plasticuffs (bk) x 04, IR Tab x 02, Duct paper (OD), Velcro (bk), Foretrex GPS
3 Style of factory pilot glove hands (tan), RB Knee pads (bk), 1-Pair sawtooth boots
MK18 MOD 0 M4 Rifle comes with: (ATPIAL) AN/PEQ-15 Laser pointer with remote cable switch (bk), Specter DR Combat sight, CQB Tactical hand grip, Meyers flash hiders, SureFire weapon light, CQB Sling adapter, Crane stock, Marauder single point sling
The "SCOTT" headsculpt is apparently based on a famous US Navy SEAL Team member who was in a TV documentary about the SEALs - LT "Legs", from the documentary about Class 234.
Most interesting set of patches too. There's the  Reversible ID patch, [STAR] Patch, [SPARTAN] Patch, [U HURRICANE] Patch, [NEVER FORGET] Patch and US Flag patch (tan)
Never forget 28 June 2005. Operation Red Wing was a counter-insurgent mission in Kunar province, Afghanistan, involving four members of the United States Navy SEALs, which took place on June 28, 2005.
Three of the SEALs were killed during the initial operation, as were other American Special Operations soldiers (SEALs and Nightstalker pilots) whose helicopter was shot down while flying to provide support and rescue to the team. [source: wiki]
From left to right: Sonar Technician (Surface) 2nd Class Matthew G. Axelson, of Cupertino, Calif; Senior Chief Information Systems Technician Daniel R. Healy, of Exeter, N.H.; Quartermaster 2nd Class James Suh, of Deerfield Beach, Fla.; Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Marcus Luttrell; Machinist’s Mate 2nd Class Eric S. Patton, of Boulder City, Nev.; and Lt. Michael P. Murphy, of Patchogue, N.Y. With the exception of Luttrell, all were killed June 28, 2005, by enemy forces while supporting Operation RedWing.