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From the <struct> and <member> tags, this looks to me like the response of an XML-RPC web service.
In my opinion, this kind of response is not very convenient to process using JAXB, though I think it is possible using custom unmarshalling adaptor. If getting a Card object by other simpler methods is ok, then read on.
You can use Apache XMLRPC library (Download link), since it can interpret XMLRPC responses correctly.
It'll convert the <struct> element to a Map and each <member> to a Map entry.
Next, iterate through this Map's entries and convert the underscored keys to java camelcase (like "card_name" to "cardName") using Guava library's CaseFormat class