The forces of nature are under attack from Cobra, and only GI Joe can stop them! Armed with a sophisticated Anti-Tox water solution and special eco-suits that detect environmental contaminants, GI Joe is moving to 'clean up' Cobra's mess once and for all! A highly trained and motivated action force, the Eco-Warriors consist of the following personnel and equipment:
Clean Sweep: Daniel is the guy GI Joe calls in to clean up Cobra's messes. Using his remote-controlled robotic vehicle, he can neutralize their weaponized sludge, quickly clearing a battlefield so regular Joes can resume their fight with those terrorists! Availability:
Flint: enlisting after he grew bored with the life of an academic, Flint utilized both his innate intelligence and brash confidence to excel in various elite specialties - which ultimately saw him being recruited onto the GI Joe team by Duke himself! Availability:
Ozone: a dedicated ecologist, David was mortified to learn that villains like Cobra were weaponizing toxins to use them against innocents. Wanting to protect both the earth and his fellow man, David joined the GI Joe team to fight these eco-terrorists! Availability:
Barbecue: thrill-seeker and all around party animal, Barbecue became a fire fighter for the sheer thrill of it all. The only dedicated firefighter on the GI Joe team, Barbecue tends to be placed on missions with the flamethrower experts. Availability:
Deep Six: having deep-seated people problems, Malcom joined the Navy to serve as a deep sea diver, and 'to be alone'. He did so well on long-term missions that he ultimately landed a job on the GI Joe team - a (thankfully) small unit of elite soldiers. Availability:
the Eco Striker: a lightweight vehicle, this blue and orange, off-road marvel was adopted by GI Joe in 1992. Weighing 2.8 tons and armed with a powerful water cannon, the Eco-Striker can neutralize Cobra chemical weaponry almost anywhere! Availability:
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