First off the painting desk are 15 Prussian jaegers. The figures are from Blue Moon's (BM) 15mm AWI range. The jaegers are actually Hessian jaegers but uniform differences should be minimal. BM's AWI range is one of my favorites and these jaegers are excellent sculpts within a very nice range. Some of the faces are a little odd but, in all, a great batch of figures. The noses on a few remind me of characters from Cats!
I have another 15 of these BM jagers primered and ready to get a lick of paint but first, I have two battalions of Austrian skirmishing grenzers to field.
While I worked on these, I was drawn to the similarity between the uniforms of Hessian AWI jaegers, Prussian SYW jaegers, and the Russian jaegers during the 1799 campaign. Recalling that I have a small 1799 Project in work, my thoughts turned toward fielding these Hessians as Russians. How handy that one figure could masquerade for three nationalities' jaegers in three different periods!
Few make figures for the 1799 campaign but Battle Honors (BH) makes Russian jaegers and others in 15mm for this time period. Reviews are mixed on the BH French Revolution range. Having only seen the occasional photo of the BH Russians and not knowing the size compatibility between AB and BH, I plan to press additional BM jaegers into service as Russian. Based on the illustration below, I think it is a good match.