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Flying Fighters


In the early 1990's, Hasbro produced a line of realistic fighter jets and helicopters called "Flying Fighters." These jets and copters had removable joysticks with electronics inside. Buttons on the joystick produced sound effects of machine guns or missiles. Moving the joystick in different directions produced different soaring sounds. Thus, when attached to their respective vehicles, the jets and copters came alive.

Typically, the vehicles of this line were undersized compared to their G.I. Joe counterparts. However, the AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopter "1-101st Aviation Regiment" was close enough that Hasbro repainted it and released it as the AH-74 Desert Apache in 1992.



AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopter
Instruction Sheet 1 Instruction Sheet 2 Instruction Sheet 3 Instruction Sheet 4


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