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HAWK (v1.5)

   

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YoJoe ID: 118-HAF-1983-HAWK-1.5

Series: 1.5 (1983)

This swivel-arm version of Hawk was available with the G.I.Joe Mobile Missile System (MMS) as part of the second series (1983). Hawk was discontinued domestically in 1984. At some point later, Hawk was available bagged through Hasbro Direct.

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Accessories

Hawk came with a dark green helmet and a clear visor.

Filecard Information

File Name: Abernathy, Clayton M.
SN: RA212754036
Grade: O-6
Birthplace: Denver, Colorado
Primary Specialty: Artillery
Secondary Specialty: Radar

Hawk comes from a well established (real loaded) family. He's a West Point graduate, top of class and has seen action in a number of trouble spots. Graduated: Advanced Infanty Training; Covert Ops School. Served on Cadre, North Atlantic Training; Covert Ops School. Served on Cadre, North Atlantic Range Command and USA ENG COM EVR Missile and Radar Training; (classified). Qualified Expert: M-16; M-1911A1 auto-pistol.

"He is keenly intelligent and perceptive and quite capable of totally selfless acts in support of his team-mates. An excellent leader!"

Variations

When Hawk was re-released in 1983, two major changes were made to his construction. The straight-arms were replaced with arms that could swivel at the bicep, and his bulky waist-piece was replaced by a slimmer one with the buckle resculpted into the shape of Hasbro's logo at the time. Also, the date stamp on the figure was changed from "1982" to "82-83." While the changes are substantial enough for some to consider this a new version, it is still technically just a variation. Because of this, we have chosen to list this figure as version 1.5, rather than version 2.

There are two versions of Hawk's filecard. The one that came from Hasbro Direct has a glossy red backing, while the one that came with the boxed Hawk does not.

Featured In

Hawk was featured in several of the various media of GI Joe through the years, including Trading Cards, Comic Books, Cartoons and Commercials.

Body Construction

Most of the 1982 series figures and their swivel-arm counterparts re-used molds from each other, repainted slightly to make them seem more original.

The head of Hawk was re-used with Flash, Short-fuze, and Steeler. Hawk's arms were shared with Grunt, Short-fuze, Snake Eyes, Stalker, and Zap, and Tan Grunt (v2). The upper arms only were shared with Snow Job. Hawk's torso was shared with Breaker, Grunt, Snake Eyes, Stalker, and Tan Grunt (v2). Hawk's waist-piece was shared with twelve of the original fifteen figures. Hawk's legs were shared with Breaker, Clutch, Grunt, Rock N Roll, Short-fuze, Stalker, Steeler, Zap, Tan Grunt (v2), and in 1984 Tan Clutch (v2).

Note that the figure's head only turns left and right - it does not allow the head to look up and down. The heads only turned left and right until the the swivel ball head that was introduced in 1985 (Series Four).

International Releases

In India, Hawk was recolored in light blue.

Reference Information

The below information contains information about references to various collector's guides, Hasbro references, original retail prices, and other reference material related to Hawk (v1.5).

Original Retail: $7.99
Product Number: 6054
Lee's Guide: GIJ-83053
The Ultimate Guide: Pg. 20 (1st Ed.), Pg. 27 (2nd Ed.)
Desimone Guide: #12
Tomart's Guide: #GI5194b (swivel arm)
RAHC/Rank & File: n/a
Action Figure Archive Guide: n/a

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