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    Captain Matthew.stoops@wmich.edu's Avatar
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    Ski Patrol/Mountain Troops Pictures

    I got an Action Man 50th Ski Patrol set with a Christmas gift card, he arrived last week around the time the snow melted.

    With recent snow, I finally took him and his gear out for a little patrol. Also had my MOA go with him, dressed in my Timeless Collection version of the outfit.

    The 50th figure is the one with the helmet, rope on his pick, the 10th Mountain Division insignia.

    My MOA doesn't have a helmet, or rope for his pick, but the classic Alaska Command insignia.







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    Never had skis for this set, now that I do, I had to try them out. The bindings were a little fiddly, but I got them figured out.





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    Those are really cool!!

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    Awesome pics. Glad to see some people play with their Joes!

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    Is the 50th guy flocked?

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    Yes, a light brown flock.
    The tortoise lays on its back, its belly baking in the hot sun, beating its legs, trying to turn itself over but it can't. Not without your help.

    But you're not helping.