I've held back long enough.
When Buck worked for the federal government, he was a film writer/movie producer for a large Navy ordnance installation.
At one point, the base was researching/investigating the effects of explosives on things/people. Everything was done in a smaller than "real" scale, so dolls/action figures were necessary for the initial test.
Buck and several of the other film makers went to the local Toys R Us store and purchased all the G.I. Joe dolls they had. I wonder what the store clerk thought about a bunch of strapping men buying a sack full of dolls.
The guys, then, took the toys back to the base and loaded them with explosives and...
You fill in the blanks.
I would loved to have been the government clerk who had to approve and justify the purchase order for their expenditure.