Sideshow and Hot Toys present the Director Krennic Sixth Scale Collectible Figure from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story! Meticulously crafted based on the appearance of actor Ben Mendelsohn from the film, this new collectible figure features a highly detailed head sculpt, a skillfully tailored Imperial uniform, magnetically attachable cape, additional rain gear attire, a blaster, and a character.
One (1) black Imperial officer hat (with magnetic feature) One (1) beige rain poncho; Weapon: One (1) blaster pistol; Accessories: Three (3) ammo clips; Two (2) code cylinders; One (1) Specially designed figure stand with character nameplate, Star Wars logo and an interchangeable graphic card; This item is mint in a factory sealed display box.
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If you prefer the dark side, this Star Wars Imperial Officer Track Jacket is for you. This full-zip mid-weight track jacket features an embroidered rank badge and code cylinders on the front. Whatever you think your rank is within the Empire, this jacket shows everyone.
Raxus held a variety of weapons, he usually carried a RK-3 Blaster Pistol, and also held fake code cylinders with toxin in them, and usually had a vibroknife up his sleeve. Raxus had a modified E-11 Blaster Rifle, and a agent-like suit. He wore an Imperial naval officer uniform, later on he had a Grand Admiral's uniform with a scarlet cape.
Detachment: Imperial Officer Corps Context: Star Wars Episodes IV - VI and Expanded Universe. Imperial Navy troopers serve in the Galactic Empire and are assigned by the Imperial Navy to serve on board the many ships of Imperial Fleet. They act as security guards and soldiers, protecting Star Destroyers and other installations, including the Death Star. Other than their main function as a.
The code cylinders used by Imperial Officers typically resemble R. A. Stephen 0-5 rad direct-reading dosimeters with a spring brass clip and anodized blue top. The code cylinders used by rebel pilots are the rod style with multiple turned features at the top and a thin cylindrical stem.
Imperial Code Cylinder Thesedosimeters (radiation detectors) were chosen as props to be worn as part of the uniform for Imperial Officers in the original Star Wars film and also in the subsequent trilogy episodes These are NOT actual screen-used props However they are identical to those that you see clipped into the uniform pockets of the majority of Imperial Officers on screen These items.