Action Force #15 was released on 7th June 1987.
Cold Comfort Part Two
At the monastery in the Himalayas Quick Kick overcomes a pair of Snow Serpents and steals a uniform so he can penetrate further. He think that he thought better of his friend Michael Anke and recalls why he came here. Inside he discovers the ground floor is a hangar for Cobra vehicles and realises he must try the upper level, but doubts he can get through in his disguise. Instead he ditches the disguise and climbs up a wall hanging and then across the beams, landing outside the communications room. Overpowering the Tele-Viper inside he discovers that the Two-Headed Serpent is in fact a splinter organisation that has broken away from Cobra and is trying to recruit communist fanatics and train them for suicide missions against the USA. Suddenly someone he recognises enters the room and knocks him out. It is his old friend Michael, who regrets it but tells Quick Kick "you must die!"
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Items of note
The letters page prints letters on a variety of subjects including announcing the forthcoming first Action Force Annual and explaining that "G.I. Joe is simply the name given to the Action Force toy range in the USA, by Hasbro, the toys' manufacturer."
This issue contains another Action Art printing reader's drawings.
Continuing the first Combat Colin epic "One of our Milkmen is Missing!". Colin and Semi-Automatic Steve realise the missing milkman is being held hostage in the Evilonian Jungle so fly there and get shot down on arrival.
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Items of note
- The editorial credit on the Mission Control contents page is absent.