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Airborne

(not to be confused with 1983's Airborne)

File Name: Robert M. Six of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
Grade: Army E-7 (1990)
SN: 501-2232-DP65
Notes: Lake Geneva is a city in the southeast part of the state, about 50 miles southwest of Milwaukee.



chronological: Skydive<< Airborne >>Drop Zone
alphabetical: Airborne (1983)<< Airborne (1990) >>Airtight

 

Animated Appearances

DiC VoiceAppearancesTime Identifiable On ScreenTotal Lines (In Own Voice)Total Words
Unknown4229 seconds13136

DiC's Airborne wore his 1990 outfit without the helmet and often with brownish camo spots. In a few shots, he has a black-and-orange color scheme resembling that of Blocker.

 

Season 1 Opening (DiC)1 second(silent)parachuting in original animation (0:39)
The Mind Mangler129 seconds9 linesat Sky Patrol HQ, flying Sky S.H.A.R.C., rescuing Duke, at Joe HQ
BIOK98 seconds4 linesflying Hurricane as Vapor for demo, at Sky Patrol HQ, flying Sky Hawk to take Skydive to the General
Season 2 Opening (DiC)1 second(silent)in footage created for DiC season 1 opening (0:38)

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1990 (Sky Patrol)    
Version 1: spring 1990 Sky Patrol premium carded figure assortment
Sky Patrol Parachute AssemblerMOS 1: Sky Patrol Parachute Assembler [92R]
MOS 2: Battlefield Medic [68W]
  • head: Airborne (90)
  • arms: Lift-Ticket (86), Airborne (90)
  • torso: Lift-Ticket (86), Airborne (90)
  • waist: Lift-Ticket (86), Airborne (90)
  • legs: Lift-Ticket (86), Airborne (90)
Accessories: black oversized assault rifle with thick magazine and stock (new), silver helmet with internal headset and red goggles (new), grey backpack (from 85 Parachute Pack) with silver parachute.
All paratroopers pack their own chutes so they'll have no one to blame but themselves if their canopies fail to open. Assembling a chute is another thing altogether. The maintenance of the canopy and shroud line is best left to a master rigger, and there isn't a man in the Army who knows more about the standard U.S. T-10 parachute than AIRBORNE. Once the patrol is safely on the ground, Airborne becomes their combat medic. He's a real lifesaver, in more ways than one.
"Airborne is one of the most popular guys in the patrol. You have to like him. He makes sure your parachute opens every time you make a jump. Airborne's also the individual who has to go out, usually under heavy enemy fire, to save you from an unfortunate encounter with a bullet, or from a run-in with a land mine. Through thick and thin, Airborne is always there when you need him."
Toy Notes: Item #6200-2.