GENERAL FLAGG (v2)
G.I. JOE GENERAL
Series: Twelve (1993)
General Flagg (version 2) was released carded as part of the twelfth series (1993). The 1993 Battle Corps figures were numbered 1 through 36 - General Flagg was number 26.
He was discontinued domestically in 1994.
General Flagg came with a black rifle, a brown hat, a black missile, a four piece catapult (a green base, a green arm, a black lever, and a rubber band), and a black figure stand.
Birthplace: Alexandria, Virginia
Primary Specialty: Chief Strategic Commander
Secondary Specialty: General Commander
Motto: "I didn't reach the rank of general by staying in the shadows, I got out and earned it on the front lines!"
He's the son of the original G.I. Joe commanding general, (after whom the U.S.S. Flagg aircraft carrier was named.) GENERAL FLAGG is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute, as were five preceding generations of Flaggs. General Flagg shares DUKE's philosophy of personally leading his troops into a firefight, instead of sending them out orders from behind the lines in some cozy commander's tent. When the call is given to charge, he's the one shouting it from the front. His strategies on the battlefield have twice earned him the Medal of Valor and countless decorations as he carries on his family's proud military tradition.
1. Official World War II styled, U.S. military officer's cap
2. Synthetic sheepskin battle jacket
3. Soft-leather General's combat belt
4. Rugged, rip-proof battle fatigue pants
5. Calf-high, water-proof, all-weather boots
6. Short stock, M-21 automatic combat rifle
7. Honorary officer's belt buckle handed down from his father, Gen. Flagg
No variations of General Flagg (v2) are known to exist.
General Flagg's entire body was originally used to create General Flagg (1992).
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Desimone Guide: #408
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