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Skydive



File Name: Lynton N. Felix of Pensacola, Florida.
Grade: Army E-8 (1990)
SN: 131-4569-FX90
Notes: Pensacola is on the coast at the western end of the Florida panhandle, about 50 miles east of Mobile, Alabama. Skydive was also the name of an Autobot released in 1986 as part of the Aerialbots combiner team.



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Animated Appearances

DiC VoiceAppearancesTime Identifiable On ScreenTotal Lines (In Own Voice)Total Words
Unknown8765 seconds941,142

Notes: DiC's Skydive wore his 1990 outfit.

 

Season 1 Opening (DiC)2 seconds (silent)
Victory at Volcania Part 21 second (silent)
Night of the Creepers29 seconds5 lines
D-Day at Alcatraz Part 1158 seconds20 lines
D-Day at Alcatraz Part 242 seconds10 lines
The Mind Mangler270 seconds27 lines
BIOK262 seconds32 lines

Headcanon

Born July 24, 1956. Skydive joined the Joe Team in March 1987, and his appearance is represented by Version 1. He was with the team until it was disbanded in December 1989 but was not recalled when the Joes were reactivated in 1991.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1990 (Sky Patrol)    
Version 1: 1990 Sky Patrol premium carded assortment
Fig. #0263: Sky Patrol LeaderMOS 1: Sky Patrol Leader
MOS 2: Personnel Administration [42A]
  • head: Skydive (90)
  • arms: Gyro-Viper (87), Skydive (90)
  • torso: Gyro-Viper (87), Skydive (90)
  • waist: Gyro-Viper (87), Skydive (90)
  • legs: Gyro-Viper (87), Skydive (90)
Accessories: silver helmet (new, soft plastic with black goggles); blue backpack (84 Parachute Pack) with silver parachute; grey pistol (new); grey assault rifle (new, oversized M16)
SKYDIVE spent ten years on staff at the Ranger School in Fort Benning and earned a reputation for being the toughest NCO in the program! He would skip breakfast just so he wouldn't spoil his appetite for eating snakes and water bugs. A twenty mile forced march is a piece of cake for this guy. Ranger trainees hate his guts when he puts them through the ringer during the program. In time, most come to appreciate his devotion to "train hard and fight easy," especially after they've fought their first hand-to-hand battle.
"Sky Patrol operates deep within enemy territory, cut off from supply and support. There can be no margin for error when you're that far behind the lines. One mistake and you're history! Only a battle-hardened veteran can pull off a mission without a hitch. That's just the type of leader you'll get with Skydive—the most successful head-knocker in the patrol!"
Toy Notes: Item #6200-5.