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USCM Colonial Marines Patch Chest Logo Adult T-Shirt

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The United States Colonial Marine Corps (USCM), commonly known as the Colonial Marines, is the United Americas' primary "force-in-readiness", founded in 2101. They specialize in force projection, being able to operate independently in environments far from home for extended periods thanks to their technological prowess and sizeable space fleet at their disposal. The USCM is the successor to the United States Marine Corps and are at permanent readiness for immediate deployment across human-controlled space without any additional reinforcement, training or provisioning.

USCM Colonial Marines Patch Design

Src-http://avp.wikia.com/wiki/United_States_Colonial_Marine_Corps
  • 6 oz/yd2 | 10 oz/ly | 203 g/m2
  • 100% cotton
  • Set-in rib collar with shoulder-to-shoulder taping
  • Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem
  • Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage
  • Tear away label
  • Printed In the USA

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The United States Colonial Marine Corps (USCM), commonly known as the Colonial Marines, is the United Americas' primary "force-in-readiness", founded in 2101. They specialize in force projection, being able to operate independently in environments far from home for extended periods thanks to their technological prowess and sizeable space fleet at their disposal. The USCM is the successor to the United States Marine Corps and are at permanent readiness for immediate deployment across human-controlled space without any additional reinforcement, training or provisioning.

USCM Colonial Marines Patch Design

Src-http://avp.wikia.com/wiki/United_States_Colonial_Marine_Corps
  • 6 oz/yd2 | 10 oz/ly | 203 g/m2
  • 100% cotton
  • Set-in rib collar with shoulder-to-shoulder taping
  • Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem
  • Preshrunk to minimize shrinkage
  • Tear away label
  • Printed In the USA

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