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Snow Job



File Name: Harlan W. Moore of Rutland, Vermont.
Grades: Army E-6 (1983); E-7 (1997); E-6 (2008)
SN: RA773658456
Notes: Rutland is in the central part of the state. The city of Rutland and the town of Rutland, which surrounds, the city, are incorporated separately.



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Next character: Torpedo

 

Animated Appearances

Sunbow VoiceAppearancesTime Identifiable On ScreenTotal Lines (In Own Voice)Total Words
Rob Paulsen24868 seconds85595

Notes: Sunbow's Snow Job wore his 1983 outfit with blue-tinted goggles, brown straps with white pockets, and a belt that was alternately white or brown. The laser rifle included with the original Snow Job figure was used throughout the Sunbow series as the default weapon for the Joe Team.

 

A Real American Hero, Part 2123 seconds9 lines
A Real American Hero, Part 54 seconds (silent)
The Revenge of Cobra, Part 463 seconds6 lines
The Revenge of Cobra, Part 516 seconds (silent)
Haul Down the Heavens235 seconds30 lines
Operation Mind Menace22 seconds3 lines
The Phantom Brigade32 seconds4 lines
The Synthoid Conspiracy, Part 24 seconds (silent)
Spell of the Siren15 seconds (silent)
Twenty Questions2 seconds (silent)
The Traitor, Part 19 seconds (silent)
Eau de Cobra28 seconds4 lines
An Eye for an Eye3 seconds4 lines
Cold Slither7 seconds (silent)
Arise Serpentor Arise Part 227 seconds3 lines
Arise Serpentor Arise Part 321 seconds3 lines
Iceberg Goes South107 seconds10 lines
The Most Dangerous Thing in the World18 seconds (silent)
Into Your Tent I Will Silently Creep27 seconds (silent)
Knowing Is Half the Battle PSAs11 seconds4 lines
G.I. Joe: The Movie, Part 136 seconds3 lines
G.I. Joe: The Movie, Part 236 seconds1 line
G.I. Joe: The Movie, Part 321 seconds1 line
G.I. Joe: The Movie, Part 51 second (silent)

Headcanon

Born September 22, 1952. Snow Job was one of the first additions to the Joe Team, joining in March 1981. His appearance is represented by Version 1. Snow Job served with the Joes until they were disbanded in December 1989. He was among the Joes reactivated in June 1991, but a serious injury in the Joes' first battle with Cobra that month forced his retirement.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1983 2. 1997 (3-Pack) 3. 2008 (25th Wave 5)
Version 1: 1983 regular carded assortment
Fig. #0020: Arctic TrooperMOS 1: Arctic Ski Patrol
MOS 2: Rifle Instructor
  • head: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II)
  • upper arms: Stalker (82, 97, 04/II, 05/I), Short-Fuze (82, 97, 05/I), Snake Eyes (82, 97/I, 97/II, 03/I, 03/II, 04/IV, 05/IV), Zap (82, 97, 04), Grunt (82, 83, 97), Hawk (82, 04/I), Snow Job (83), Infantry Division (05/I, 05/II, 05/III, 05/IV, 05/V, 05/VI), Breaker (05), Cobra Mortal (06)
  • lower arms: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II), Snake Eyes (04/II), Steeler (04), Sgt. Misha Zubenkov (06), Grunt (07)
  • torso: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II), Snake Eyes (04/II), Grunt (07)
  • waist: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II), Snake Eyes (04/II), Sgt. Misha Zubenkov (06), Grunt (07)
  • legs: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II), Snake Eyes (04/II), Sgt. Misha Zubenkov (06), Grunt (07), Zap (07)
Accessories: white backpack (new, white with holes and clips); black laser rifle (new, XMLR-3A with sling); two white skis with black skipoles (new)
Snow Job was a major Olympic Biathalon [sic] contender. He enlisted initially for the special training and support privileges that the army gives to Olympic champions.However, to the consternation of army PR flacks, Snow Job volunteered and was accepted into the G.I. Joe team! Qualified Expert: all NATO long range sniper rifles, XMLR-3A laser rifle.
Submitted by Rock 'n Roll: "You think we call him Snow Job because he does his job on skis? Negative. He's a con artist, pure and simple, except when he picks up his rifle - sure as heck, something's gonna fall down!"
Toy Notes: Item #6412. Featured in the Polar Battle Bear commerial.
Re-releases: Also boxed in a J.C. Penney's exclusive three-pack with Torpedo (83) and Tripwire (83).
Version 2: 1997 three-pack assortment
Fig. #0499: Arctic TrooperMOS 1: Arctic Ski Patrol
MOS 2: Rifle Instructor
  • head: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II)
  • upper arms: Breaker (82), Rock 'n Roll (82), Clutch (82, 84), Snow Job (97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II), Snake Eyes (04/II), Sgt. Misha Zubenkov (06), Grunt (07)
  • lower arms: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II), Snake Eyes (04/II), Steeler (04), Sgt. Misha Zubenkov (06), Grunt (07)
  • torso: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II), Snake Eyes (04/II), Grunt (07)
  • waist: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II), Snake Eyes (04/II), Sgt. Misha Zubenkov (06), Grunt (07)
  • legs: Snow Job (83, 97), Whiteout (01), Frostbite (03/I, 05/II), Snake Eyes (04/II), Sgt. Misha Zubenkov (06), Grunt (07), Zap (07)
Accessories: white backpack (83 Snow Job's); black laser rifle (83 Snow Job's XMLR-3A); two white skis with black skipoles (83 Snow Job's); black figure stand
Snow Job was the first arctic soldier to join the G.I. Joe Team. His talents were needed when the battle against COBRA took to the cold climate and snow covered mountains. He doesn't particularly enjoy the cold, but thrives on what he can do in it. He's an expert marksman, qualified on all NATO long range rifles and laser targeting systems. Snow Job was a major contender for the Olympic Biathlon before his enlistment. He can still ski down steep mountains and pick off a target 1,000 yards away, making it back to base before the end of a poker game. His reputation precedes him, not only as a skilled target shooter, but as a major con artist. Snow Job's scams are legendary within the barracks, and no one will dare take a bet from him. His teammates steer clear of him around pay day. When the G.I. Joe program re-organized, Snow Job returned as a member of the Arctic unit. He won more card games than anyone cares to remember, and he never misses a shot. You can bet on him to be the winner.
From General Hawk's Files: "He is a highly qualified individual. A definite choice pick for the team. His talents with a rifle are as legendary as are his all night card games. Snow Job is one of the arctic experts that really doesn't like the cold. Very strange, since he performs best in that environment. If we miss him, we figure he is in one of two places - out target shooting, or out spending the pay he won off the last poker game he played. Trust him on the battlefield, but never take him up on any sure bets . . . "
Toy Notes: Carded in a Toys 'R Us-exclusive Arctic Mission Team three-pack with Blizzard (97) and Iceberg (97). Item #28014.
Version 3: 2008 25th Anniversary Wave 5 carded assortment
Fig. #1208: Arctic TrooperMOS 1: Arctic Ski Patrol
MOS 2: Rifle Instructor
  • head: Snow Job (08)
  • upper arms: Snow Job (08), Wild Weasel (08/I, 08/II), Lt. Slip Stream (08), Capt. Ace (08/II), Deep Six (08/I), Air Viper Commando (09)
  • lower arms to wrist: Snow Job (08), Wild Weasel (08/I, 08/II), Lt. Slip Stream (08), Capt. Ace (08/II), Deep Six (08/I)
  • hands: Snow Job (08), Wild Weasel (08/I, 08/II), Lt. Slip Stream (08), Capt. Ace (08/II), Deep Six (08/I), Air Viper Commando (09)
  • body: Snow Job (08), Wild Weasel (08/I, 08/II), Lt. Slip Stream (08), Capt. Ace (08/II)
  • upper legs: Snow Job (08), Wild Weasel (08/I, 08/II), Leatherneck (08), Shockblast (09)
  • lower legs: Snow Job (08), Wild Weasel (08/I, 08/II), Leatherneck (08)
Accessories: white parka hood (new, fur-lined); clear goggles (new, with brown strap); white backpack (83 Snow Job's, with modified back peg); black revolver (shared with Destro; short with prominent hammer and trigger); two white skis with black ski poles (83 Snow Job's); black Joe figure stand
SNOW JOB was a major Olympic Biathlon contender. He enlisted initially for the special training and support privileges that the Army gives to Olympic champions. However, to the consternation of the Army PR flacks, SNOW JOB volunteered and was accepted into the G.I. JOE team. Qualified Expert: all NATO long-range marksman rifles, XMLR-3A laser rifle.
Submitted by GUNG HO: "You think we call him SNOW JOB because he does his job on skis? Negative. He's a con artist, pure and simple, except when he picks up his rifle - sure as heck, something's gonna fall down!"
Toy Notes: Item #28932. This wave actually reached some stores before Christmas 2007.