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Spearhead



File Name: Peter R. Millman of Saint Louis, Missouri.
Grade: Army E-4 (1988-1989)
SNs: 075-0948-MP76; 075-6271-QQ76.
Notes: St. Louis, along the Mississippi River in the east central part of the state, is the largest metro area in the state. Duke and Storm Shadow are also from St. Louis.



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Animated Appearances

Spearhead was animated only for commercials, in which his helmet had a visible chinstrap. The bobcat Max was never animated.

Headcanon

Born April 6, 1954. Spearhead joined the Joe Team in September 1985, 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. 1988 2. 1989 (Night Force)  
Version 1: 1988 regular carded assortment
Fig. #0163: Point ManMOS 1: Infantry [11B]
MOS 2: Finance [44C]
  • head: Spearhead (88, 89)
  • arms: Spearhead (88, 89)
  • torso: Spearhead (88, 89)
  • waist: Spearhead (88, 89)
  • legs: Spearhead (88, 89)
Accessories: orange and peach helmet (new, with long brim); orange backpack (new, with roll); grey machine gun (new, with bayonet and sling); grey machete (new, decorative); orange bobcat "Max" (new)
Spearhead was the youngest and most successful insurance salesman in the Pacific North West. It was said that he could sell a term policy to a dead cow. Everybody like him, trusted him, and bought more insurance from him than they could afford. Spearhead denies that guilt was a factor in his decision to join the army—he simply felt that somebody had to do it.
"Some guys, they're gonna lead a combat assault, right? They jump up and holler, 'Follow me!' and charge full tilt at a bunker—halfway there, they look back, and no one's behind them! Of course not. The guy was a jerk. Spearhead could jump face first into a vat of rabid hyenas and fifteen guys would follow him. No hesitation. They'd jump SMILING. And of course, Spearhead's mad cat, Max, is always a source of inspiration."
Toy Notes: Item #6514.
Re-releases: Recolored versions were released in Brazil as Baioneta and in India as Spearhead.
Version 2: 1989 Night Force two-pack assortment
Fig. #0241: Point ManMOS 1: Infantry [11B]
MOS 2: Finance [44C]
  • head: Spearhead (88, 89)
  • arms: Spearhead (88, 89)
  • torso: Spearhead (88, 89)
  • waist: Spearhead (88, 89)
  • legs: Spearhead (88, 89)
Accessories: black and grey helmet (88 Spearhead's); black backpack (88 Spearhead's); black machine gun (88 Spearhead's); black machete (88 Spearhead's); black bobcat "Max" (88 Spearhead's)
SPEARHEAD was the youngest and most successful insurance salesman in the Pacific North West. It was said that he could sell a term policy to a dead cow. Everybody like him, trusted him, and bought more insurance from him than they could afford. Spearhead denies that guilt was a factor in his decision to join the army—he simply felt that somebody had to do it. When Night Force conducts an attack against a Cobra base, Spearhead and Max always lead the unit to give it an added punch through the enemy's defense lines!
"When some guys try to lead a combat assault, they jump up and holler, 'Follow me!' and charge full tilt at a bunker. Halfway there, they look back, and no one's behind them! Of course not—the guy was a jerk. Spearhead could jump face first into a vat of rabid hyenas and fifteen guys would follow him. No hesitation. They'd jump SMILING. And of course, Spearhead's mad cat, Max, would always be a source of inspiration."
Toy Notes: Carded in a Toys 'R Us-exclusive two-pack with Muskrat (89). Item #6710-3. This figure is considered a moderately high-demand item.
Re-releases: Recolored versions were released in Brazil as Baioneta and in India as Spearhead.