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Stars 'n Stripes - Marine Corps Ken

Stars 'n Stripes - Marine Corps Ken

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Marine Corps Ken  Special Edition  Release Date: 1/1/1992  Product Code: 05352  Marine Corps Ken® is dressed in an authentic Marine Corps "Dress Blues" uniform. Wearing matching navy-blue pants and jacket trimmed in red with golden buttons, white gloves, and a hat, Ken® doll reports for duty. He displays several distinguishing awards on his jacket, and even sports a new head mold, used specifically for this military series.

Marine Corps Ken Special Edition Release Date: 1/1/1992 Product Code: 05352 Marine Corps Ken® is dressed in an authentic Marine Corps "Dress Blues" uniform. Wearing matching navy-blue pants and jacket trimmed in red with golden buttons, white gloves, and a hat, Ken® doll reports for duty. He displays several distinguishing awards on his jacket, and even sports a new head mold, used specifically for this military series.

Marine Corps Barbie Was given to Sierra when she was born by my Uncle and my Dad "She was born the day they went into boot camp 1965. Her nickname is Marina Cora and she tattooed in her Dog Tags.

Marine Corps Barbie Was given to Sierra when she was born by my Uncle and my Dad "She was born the day they went into boot camp 1965. Her nickname is Marina Cora and she tattooed in her Dog Tags.

Stars 'n' Stripes Marine Corps Ken circa 1991

Stars 'n' Stripes Marine Corps Ken circa 1991

Jimmy Stewart’s original attempts to join the Army were rejected because he did not meet the height and weight requirements to become a fighter pilot. Unfazed by the setback, Stewart found an alternative route by joining the U.S. Air Corps, where he would quickly rise through the ranks and become a Colonel in just four years. He won virtually every Medal of Honor available, helped fly crucial missions in Nazi Germany and would later fly B-52 Bombers through Vietnam.

Jimmy Stewart’s original attempts to join the Army were rejected because he did not meet the height and weight requirements to become a fighter pilot. Unfazed by the setback, Stewart found an alternative route by joining the U.S. Air Corps, where he would quickly rise through the ranks and become a Colonel in just four years. He won virtually every Medal of Honor available, helped fly crucial missions in Nazi Germany and would later fly B-52 Bombers through Vietnam.

https://flic.kr/p/NKPdUu | 161105-A-ZU930-009 | Cadets with Clemson Universityâs Reserve Officersâ Training Corps hold up the Clemson Tiger to do push-ups after the Tigers scored a touch-down during the Military Appreciation Game against Syracuse, Nov. 5, 2016. (Photo by Ken Scar)

https://flic.kr/p/NKPdUu | 161105-A-ZU930-009 | Cadets with Clemson Universityâs Reserve Officersâ Training Corps hold up the Clemson Tiger to do push-ups after the Tigers scored a touch-down during the Military Appreciation Game against Syracuse, Nov. 5, 2016. (Photo by Ken Scar)

https://flic.kr/p/MY1Q9T | 161105-A-ZU930-012 | Cadets with Clemson Universityâs Reserve Officersâ Training Corps hold the Clemson Tiger up so it can do push-ups after Clemson scored a touchdown during the Military Appreciation Game, Nov. 5, 2016. (Photo by Ken Scar)

https://flic.kr/p/MY1Q9T | 161105-A-ZU930-012 | Cadets with Clemson Universityâs Reserve Officersâ Training Corps hold the Clemson Tiger up so it can do push-ups after Clemson scored a touchdown during the Military Appreciation Game, Nov. 5, 2016. (Photo by Ken Scar)

https://flic.kr/p/NSVvjU | 161105-A-ZU930-006 | Cadets with Clemson Universityâs Reserve Officersâ Training Corps do 22 push-ups to bring awareness to the fact that 22 Soldiers commit suicide every day, after the Clemson Tigers scored a touchdown during the Clemson Tigers Military Appreciation Game against Syracuse, Nov. 5, 2016. (Photo by Ken Scar)

https://flic.kr/p/NSVvjU | 161105-A-ZU930-006 | Cadets with Clemson Universityâs Reserve Officersâ Training Corps do 22 push-ups to bring awareness to the fact that 22 Soldiers commit suicide every day, after the Clemson Tigers scored a touchdown during the Clemson Tigers Military Appreciation Game against Syracuse, Nov. 5, 2016. (Photo by Ken Scar)