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Toy Story Buddy 2 Pack - Green Army Men & Sheriff Woody

Toy Story Buddy 2 Pack - Green Army Men & Sheriff Woody

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/ Pixar Toy Story 3 Action Links Mini Figure Buddy 2Pack Waving Woody Green Army Men

Disney / Pixar Toy Story 3 Action Links Mini Figure Buddy 2Pack Communicator Buzz Lightyear & Big Baby

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Set of 2 Gatling Guns for 54mm Plastic Army Men 1:32 Figures

Set of 2 Gatling Guns from 'BMC Toys'. Made from black polypropylene plastic and each gun measures 3 x 2 x 2.5 inches tall. Originally only available as part of the 'San Juan Hill' Boxed set, now BMC has reissued these as separate accessories. Great...

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Egypt & Sudan 1882-1898 Dervishes (5 Mounted) 1/32 Armies in Plastic

1/32 Scale. Approx. 2.5 inches tall similar to standard Army Men. 5 mounted figures in 5 poses in white plastic

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American Civil War Confederate Infantry (20) 1-32 Armies in Plastic

1/32 Scale. Approx. 2.5 inches tall similar to standard Army Men. 20 figures in 10 poses (grey)

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American Revolution Yorktown 1781 French Artillery Crew (5) w/Cannon 1/32 Armies in Plastic

1/32 Scale. Approx. 2.5 inches tall similar to standard Army Men. 5 men crew with 6 pounder artillery piece in white plastic

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Army Band Cool Mens Shirt

Toy Soldiers With Guitars Shirt, toy soldier band shirt, army guys with guitars t-shirt, cool army men with guitars shirt, army guys with guitars tee

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Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Leonardo Figural Storage Bin - Multi-Colored -10%

Find Toy Storage at Target.com! Turtle Power! The Nickelodeon TMNT Leonardo Storage Box with Lid is ideal for storing cars, army men, balls, and more! The storage box comes with a decorative lid that will brighten any space - whether it is a light... Multi-Colored

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"Disney Toy Story Cordless Roller Shades" -35%

"Home to your child's favorite characters, including Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Jessie, the army men, and more, the Disney Toy Story Cordless Roller Shades will make playtime more exciting. These shades are naturally light filtering, which will give the...

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Army Medical Dental d Badge

USA MEDICAL (DENTAL) 'D' BADGEBranch Insignia: A gold color medal caduceus, 1 inch in height. Sold in pairs. (With the exception of the basic Medical Corps, each Corps is identified by black enamel letters centered on the caduceus indicative of their Corps.) The insignia for Medical Service Corps is silver. In 1851, "a caduceus embroidered in yellow silk on a half chevron of emerald green silk" was worn by Hospital Stewards of the Medical Department. The caduceus in its present form was approved in 1902. Rooted in mythology, the caduceus, historically an emblem of physicians, symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, promptness, and various aspects of medical skill.Branch Plaque: The plaque design has the branch insignia, letters, and rim in gold except the Medical Service Corps is silver. The background is maroon.Regimental Insignia: A silver color metal and enamel device 1 inch in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned as follows: Per pale: to dexter, paly of thirteen Gules and Argent, on a chief Azure 20 mullets in four rows of five each of the Second; to sinister, Argent, a staff entwined with a serpent Vert; attached below the shield a blue scroll inscribed "TO CONSERVE FIGHTING STRENGTH" in silver. The insignia was originally approved on 17 April 1986 but the size was changed from 1 1/4 inch to 1 inch on 28 August 1986.Regimental Coat of Arms: The coat of arms is displayed on the breast of a displayed eagle on the regimental flag. The coat of arms is: Per pale: to dexter, paly of thirteen Gules and Argent, on a chief Azure twenty mullets in four rows of five each of the second; to sinister, Argent, a staff entwined with a serpent Vert. The crest (On a wreath of the colors Argent and Gules, a cross below an arc of seven mullets all within a wreath of laurel, all Argent) is displayed above the eagle?s head. The background color of the flag is maroon and the fringe is white. The coat of arms was approved on 17 April 1986.Symbolism of Regimental Insignia: The design of the shield is based on the shield of a historical heraldic device probably first used in 1818 by the Army Medical Department. The white stars on a blue background and the red and white stripes represents the United States flag of 1818. The green staff entwined with the serpent, originating in mythology, is symbolic of medicine and healing. Green was the color associated with the Corps during the last half of the nineteenth century. Symbology of the crest of the coat of arms: The colors Argent and Gules are those associated with the Army Medical Department. The cross and the wreath are adapted from devices authorized for hospital stewards and other enlisted men when the Hospital Corps was established in 1887. The seven stars emphasize the elements of the organization: Medical Corps, Army Nurse Corps, Dental Corps, Veterinary Corps, Medical Service Corps, Army Specialist Corps, and the Enlisted Medical Specialist. The motto "TO CONSERVE FIGHTING STRENGTH" reflects the medical mission.B

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US Army Medical Corps Officer

US ARMY MEDICAL CORPS OFFICER COLLAR DEVICESBranch Insignia: A gold color medal caduceus, 1 inch in height. Sold in pairs. (With the exception of the basic Medical Corps, each Corps is identified by black enamel letters centered on the caduceus indicative of their Corps.) The insignia for Medical Service Corps is silver. In 1851, "a caduceus embroidered in yellow silk on a half chevron of emerald green silk" was worn by Hospital Stewards of the Medical Department. The caduceus in its present form was approved in 1902. Rooted in mythology, the caduceus, historically an emblem of physicians, symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, promptness, and various aspects of medical skill.Branch Plaque: The plaque design has the branch insignia, letters, and rim in gold except the Medical Service Corps is silver. The background is maroon.Regimental Insignia: A silver color metal and enamel device 1 inch in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned as follows: Per pale: to dexter, paly of thirteen Gules and Argent, on a chief Azure 20 mullets in four rows of five each of the Second; to sinister, Argent, a staff entwined with a serpent Vert; attached below the shield a blue scroll inscribed "TO CONSERVE FIGHTING STRENGTH" in silver. The insignia was originally approved on 17 April 1986 but the size was changed from 1 1/4 inch to 1 inch on 28 August 1986.Regimental Coat of Arms: The coat of arms is displayed on the breast of a displayed eagle on the regimental flag. The coat of arms is: Per pale: to dexter, paly of thirteen Gules and Argent, on a chief Azure twenty mullets in four rows of five each of the second; to sinister, Argent, a staff entwined with a serpent Vert. The crest (On a wreath of the colors Argent and Gules, a cross below an arc of seven mullets all within a wreath of laurel, all Argent) is displayed above the eagle?s head. The background color of the flag is maroon and the fringe is white. The coat of arms was approved on 17 April 1986.Symbolism of Regimental Insignia: The design of the shield is based on the shield of a historical heraldic device probably first used in 1818 by the Army Medical Department. The white stars on a blue background and the red and white stripes represents the United States flag of 1818. The green staff entwined with the serpent, originating in mythology, is symbolic of medicine and healing. Green was the color associated with the Corps during the last half of the nineteenth century. Symbology of the crest of the coat of arms: The colors Argent and Gules are those associated with the Army Medical Department. The cross and the wreath are adapted from devices authorized for hospital stewards and other enlisted men when the Hospital Corps was established in 1887. The seven stars emphasize the elements of the organization: Medical Corps, Army Nurse Corps, Dental Corps, Veterinary Corps, Medical Service Corps, Army Specialist Corps, and the Enlisted Medical Specialist. The motto "TO CONSERVE FIGHTING STRENGTH" reflects the med

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Army Signal Corps Officer

ARMY SIGNAL CORPS OFFICER COLLAR DEVICESThe mission of the Signal Corps is to provide and manage communications and information systems support for the command and control of combined arms forces. Signal support includes Network Operations (information assurance, information dissemination management, and network management) and management of the electromagnetic spectrum. Signal support encompasses all aspects of designing, installing, maintaining, and managing information networks to include communications links, computers, and other components of local and wide area networks. Signal forces plan, install, operate, and maintain voice and data communications networks that employ single and multi-channel satellite, tropospheric scatter, terrestrial microwave, switching, messaging, video-teleconferencing, visual information, and other related systems. They integrate tactical, strategic and sustaining base communications, information processing and management systems.Branch Insignia: Two signal flags crossed, dexter flag white with a red center, the sinister flag red with a white center, staffs gold, with a flaming torch of gold color metal upright at center of crossed flags; 7/8 inch in height. Sold in pairs. "Crossed flags" have been used by the Signal Corps since 1868, when they were prescribed for wear on the uniform coat by enlisted men of the Signal Corps. In 1884, a burning torch was added to the insignia and the present design adopted on 1 July 1884. The flags and torch are symbolic of signaling or communication.Branch Plaque: The plaque design has the branch insignia proper (red, white, and gold) with gold letters. The outer rim is gold with a narrow band of orange. The background is white.Regimental Insignia: A gold color metal and enamel device 1 3/16 inches in height consisting of a gold eagle grasping a horizontal baton from which is suspended a red signal flag with a white center, enclosing the flag from a star at the bottom, a wreath of laurel all gold and a top left and right a white scroll inscribed "PRO PATRIA" at left and "VIGILANS" at right in gold. The regimental insignia was approved on 20 Mar 1986. Regimental Coat of Arms: The coat of arms appears on the breast of a displayed eagle on the regimental flag. The coat of arms is: Argent, within a bordure Tenne a baton fesswise Or and suspended there from a signal flag Gules charged at center with a square of the first, in chief a mullet bronze. Displayed above the eagle?s head is the crest: On a wreath of the Argent and Tenne, a dexter hand couped at the wrist, clenched, palm affronte, grasping three forked lightning flashes, all Proper, flashes Argent.Symbolism of Regimental Insignia: The gold eagle holds in his talons a golden baton, from which descends a signal flag. The design originated in 1865 from a meeting of Signal Corps officers, led by Major Albert Myer, the Chief Signal Officer, in Washington, DC. The badge was a symbol of faithful service and good fellowship for those w

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Army Medical Service Corps Officer

Branch Insignia: A gold color medal caduceus, 1 inch in height. Sold in pairs. (With the exception of the basic Medical Corps, each Corps is identified by black enamel letters centered on the caduceus indicative of their Corps.) The insignia for Medical Service Corps is silver. In 1851, "a caduceus embroidered in yellow silk on a half chevron of emerald green silk" was worn by Hospital Stewards of the Medical Department. The caduceus in its present form was approved in 1902. Rooted in mythology, the caduceus, historically an emblem of physicians, symbolizes knowledge, wisdom, promptness, and various aspects of medical skill. Branch Plaque: The plaque design has the branch insignia, letters, and rim in gold except the Medical Service Corps is silver. The background is maroon. Regimental Insignia: A silver color metal and enamel device 1 inch in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned as follows: Per pale: to dexter, paly of thirteen Gules and Argent, on a chief Azure 20 mullets in four rows of five each of the Second; to sinister, Argent, a staff entwined with a serpent Vert; attached below the shield a blue scroll inscribed "TO CONSERVE FIGHTING STRENGTH" in silver. The insignia was originally approved on 17 April 1986 but the size was changed from 1 1/4 inch to 1 inch on 28 August 1986. Regimental Coat of Arms: The coat of arms is displayed on the breast of a displayed eagle on the regimental flag. The coat of arms is: Per pale: to dexter, paly of thirteen Gules and Argent, on a chief Azure twenty mullets in four rows of five each of the second; to sinister, Argent, a staff entwined with a serpent Vert. The crest (On a wreath of the colors Argent and Gules, a cross below an arc of seven mullets all within a wreath of laurel, all Argent) is displayed above the eagle?s head. The background color of the flag is maroon and the fringe is white. The coat of arms was approved on 17 April 1986. Symbolism of Regimental Insignia: The design of the shield is based on the shield of a historical heraldic device probably first used in 1818 by the Army Medical Department. The white stars on a blue background and the red and white stripes represents the United States flag of 1818. The green staff entwined with the serpent, originating in mythology, is symbolic of medicine and healing. Green was the color associated with the Corps during the last half of the nineteenth century. Symbology of the crest of the coat of arms: The colors Argent and Gules are those associated with the Army Medical Department. The cross and the wreath are adapted from devices authorized for hospital stewards and other enlisted men when the Hospital Corps was established in 1887. The seven stars emphasize the elements of the organization: Medical Corps, Army Nurse Corps, Dental Corps, Veterinary Corps, Medical Service Corps, Army Specialist Corps, and the Enlisted Medical Specialist. The motto "TO CONSERVE FIGHTING STRENGTH" reflects the medical mission. Branch Colors: Maroon pipe

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