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Origin

The Kree Militia Uniform was a suit of armor worn by members of the Kree military. The color of the uniform corresponded to the member's rank.[1] A Kree militia uniform was resistant to impact because of its vibratory absorption lining, coupled with refractory coating which can stave off laser fire.[2] Some components of the armor have self-contained power cores, which can be set to overload in the event of capture.[3]

Variations

Captain Marvel's Suit

Mar-Vell (Earth-616)
Ms. Marvel Vol 2 45 Djurdjevic Variant Textless

After Captain Mar-Vell protected the Supreme Intelligence from destruction by Ronan The Accuser, his customary Kree captain's uniform was replaced with a special uniform, red in color with black trim and gold decorations, that was unique to him.[3] Carol Danvers, when she was originally calling herself Ms. Marvel, outfitted herself, at first, in a version of that uniform re-designed for a female wearer.[4]


Moonstone's Suit

Karla Sofen (Earth-616) from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition Vol 1 2 0001

Moonstone after absorbing the Moonstone off Lloyd Bloch she also absorbed his armor into her body which resembled a Kree suit.[5]


Kree Navy Uniform

Genis-Vell (Earth-616) from Captain Marvel Vol 5 9 0001

When Genis-Vell joined the Kree Imperial Army after killing Captain En-Vad, he changed his uniform to closely match that of his fellow Kree soldiers.[6]


Power Princess' Suit

Zarda Shelton (Earth-712) from All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update Vol 1 3 0001

Zarda Shelton of the Utopians wore an armor created by Tom Thumb, which also beared resemblance to the Kree Militia Uniforms.[7]


Protector's Suit

Noh-Varr (Earth-200080) from Dark Avengers Annual Vol 1 1 0002

After Noh-Varr escaped the Dark Avengers he contacted the Supreme Intelligence who provided Noh-Varr a pair of a more advanced Nega-Bands which also outfited him a new suit.[8] Yond-R, who also goes by the title of Protector and is part of the Starforce division team Starforce Blue, wore a similar retire to Noh-Varr's.[9]


Captain Glory's Suit

Gla-Ree (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 1 676 001

Captain Glory wore a more different Kree uniform.[10]


Symbiote Suit

Tel-Kar (Earth-616) and Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) from Venom First Host Vol 1 1 001

When former Kree soldier Tel-Kar was in control of the Venom symbiote, the symbiote took a similar design to the Kree Militia Uniform.[11]


Alternate Reality Versions

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Image Description Source
John Foster (Earth-982) from Avengers Next Vol 1 2 0001 On Earth-982, John Foster accompanied his father on reforestation techniques research mission when a Kree spacecraft and one of their robotic Sentries crashed in the forest near them. John and his father became trapped on the ship. In an attempt to save his father, John used the bionic interface and was transformed. He was made part Kree, had information downloaded directly into his brain and was uniformed in a battle suit. A-Next #2
Mahr Vehl (Earth-1610) from Ultimate Comics Mystery Vol 1 1 0001 In Earth-1610, Captain Mahr Vehl had an implanted device that looked like a wristwatch when in human guise. It allowed him to access Kree technology, such as contact lenses used to see through invisibility shields. His uniform had flight capabilities, energy shields, invisibility shields, physical augmentationsm and an onboard totalkannon.

Rick Jones would also wear a similar Kree battlesuit.[12]

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Ultimate Secret #1
Genis-Vell (Earth-58163) from New Thunderbolts Vol 1 11 0003 In the House of M reality the Kree delegate Genis-Vell was a private in the Kree army, whose suit reflects it. House of M #6
Kree(Earth-8096)-001 In Earth-8096, Captain Mar-Vell wore a suit, similar to his Earth-1610 counterpart, but the weapons technology incorporated into it was more akin to Earth-200080's Noh-Varr. Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (Animated Series) Season 1 10
Starforce (Earth-199999) from Captain Marvel (film) 001 In Earth-199999, the Starforce wear suits similar to Earth-1610 version. Carol Danvers changes the color of the uniform after her defection, going through a few iterations (a black and yellow resembling Ms. Marvel's Suit, green and white like Mahr Vehl, and a yellow and red similar to Iron Man Armor) before settling on the red, blue and yellow of the U.S. Air Force, a look reminiscent of Earth-616's Carol suit as Captain Marvel. Captain Marvel (film)


Notes

  • Although Mari-Ell wore the captain uniform as a child her latest suit resembled that Mahr Vehl's suit.[13]

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