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INFANTRY DIVISION (v1)

 

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YoJoe ID: 118-HAF-2005-INFANTRY-01

Series: Twenty One (2005)

The Infantry Division figure was originally released as part of the twenty-first series (2005), as part of the Toys R Us exclusive Infantry Division set. Multiple filecards included allowed a custom Code Name and specialty to be added to any figure in the set.

The Infantry Division set included Infantry Division, Infantry Division (v2), Infantry Division (v3), Infantry Division (v4), Infantry Division (v5), and Infantry Division (v6).

It should be noted that while the phrase "Green Shirt" does not appear on the package, the set is often called this and was identified as such in Toys R Us computers.

The Infantry Division figure was later released as part of the twenty-first series (2005), as part of the Toys R Us exclusive Heavy Assault Squad set.

The Heavy Assault Squad set included Duke (v22), Infantry Division, Infantry Division (v2), Infantry Division (v5), Roadblock (v15), and Snake Eyes (v27).

Note: The Heavy Assault Squad set was apparently supposed to include Ace and Sgt. Mutt instead of Roadblock and the extra Infantry Trooper. As a result, filecards for Ace and Sgt. Mutt were included while filecards for their replacement figures were not.

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Accessories

Infantry Division Set


Each Infantry Division figure came with a black rifle, a black backpack, a green helmet, and a black battle stand.




The Infantry Division set came with eleven additional accessories. None of these weapons 'belong' to one figure more than any other.



Heavy Assault Squad Set


In the Heavy Assault Squad set, the Infantry Division figure came with a black rifle.

Filecard Information


When the GI JOE Team is on a mission, it is crucial that they keep in contact with each other and with their base operations. Vital information, delivered and transmitted clearly and quickly, can make the difference between a success mission against COBRA, and one that ends badly, communications specialist are there to operate and repair every piece of equipment that gathers, transmits and relays information, including radios, computers and more. Communication specialist recruits study the "guts" of these machines to know how they work, learn their optimal uses in various situations, and develop their skills to patch them up and rig them for unconventional scenarios that require unique solutions.

Variations

No variations of Infantry Division (v1) are known to exist.

Body Construction

The Infantry Division figure's lower legs were shared with General Hawk (1991), General Tomahawk (2000) General Tomahawk (v2) (2002), Sgt. Stalker (v5) (2004), General Abernathy (2004), Zap (v3) (2004), Infantry Division (v2) (2005), Infantry Division (v3) (2005), Infantry Division (v4) (2005), Infantry Division (v5) (2005), and Infantry Division (v6) (2005).

The Infantry Division figure's upper legs were shared with General Hawk (1991), General Tomahawk (2000) General Tomahawk (v2) (2002), Sgt. Stalker (v5) (2004), General Abernathy (2004), Zap (v3) (2004), Infantry Division (v2) (2005), and Infantry Division (v3) (2005).

The Infantry Division figure's waist was shared with Roadblock (v2) (1986), Guile (1993), Guile (v2) (1993), Rock n Roll (v5) (1997) Breaker (v2) (1997), Sgt. Stalker (v5) (2004), General Abernathy (2004), Zap (v3) (2004), Infantry Division (v2) (2005), Infantry Division (v3) (2005), Infantry Division (v4) (2005), Infantry Division (v5) (2005), and Infantry Division (v6) (2005).

The Infantry Division figure's forearms were shared with Grunt (1982), Hawk (1982), Short-fuze (1982), Snake Eyes (1982), Zap (1982), Grunt (v2) (1983), Stalker (v6) (1997), Grunt (v4) (1997), Short-Fuse (v2) (1997), Snake Eyes (v7) (1997), Zap (v3) (1997), Snake-Eyes (v15) (2003), Snake-Eyes (v16) (2003), Sgt. Stalker (v5) (2004), General Abernathy (2004), Infantry Division (v2) (2005), Infantry Division (v3) (2005), Infantry Division (v4) (2005), Infantry Division (v5) (2005), and Infantry Division (v6) (2005).

The upper arms only were shared with Snow Job (1983), General Abernathy (2004), Zap (v3) (2004), Infantry Division (v2) (2005), Infantry Division (v3) (2005), Infantry Division (v4) (2005), Infantry Division (v5) (2005), and Infantry Division (v6) (2005).

The Infantry Division figure's torso was shared with Breaker (1982), Grunt (1982), Hawk (1982), Snake Eyes (1982), Grunt (v2) (1983), Stalker (v6) (1997), Grunt (v4) (1997), Snake Eyes (v7) (1997), Snake-Eyes (v15) (2003), Snake-Eyes (v16) (2003), Sgt. Stalker (v5) (2004), General Abernathy (2004), Zap (v3) (2004), Infantry Division (v2) (2005), Infantry Division (v3) (2005), and Infantry Division (v4) (2005).

The Infantry Division figure's head was originally used to create Downtown (1989) and was shared with Short-Fuze (v3) (2004), Infantry Division (v2) (2005), Infantry Division (v3) (2005), Infantry Division (v4) (2005), Infantry Division (v5) (2005), and Infantry Division (v6) (2005).

Reference Information

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