The name Lift-Ticket refers to several versions of the same character.
For a list of the other versions, see Lift-Ticket.
Lift-Ticket is a G.I. Joe character from the A Real American Hero series.
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Lift-Ticket has gained a reputation as one of the best helicopter pilots in the Army. He is notable for his extraction missions where his coolness under fire and persistence aids him to get to and out of a hot LZ. Despite his reputation, he tends to downplay his abilities. One thing few know is he could have been an officer. He scored so high in his aptitude test, he could have gone on to Officer Candidate School, West Point Prep or Flight Warrant Officer School. He was actually only going to Flight Warrant School with the intent to later apply for civil employment in the aviation industry. Fortunately, somebody up in the office wised up before he got away.


A Real American Hero comics continuity

Marvel Comics continuity

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Devil's Due Comics continuity

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G.I. Joe vs. Transformers

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Action Force (British) Comics continuity

Lift-Ticket's main contributions to missions involved flying teams in and out of danger zones. He transported an Action Force team send on a mission to recover a Northrod B2 bomber crew who crashed on an island with top secret information.[1] He subsequently dropped a team into the Australian Outback.[2] Then on a mission in Vietnam he evacuated an Action Force team from Grave Island in the Mekong Delta.[3] Then in the Latin American country of Sao Cristabel he retrieved a team led by Flint from deep in the jungle.[4]

Animated continuity

Sunbow animated series

Voiced by: Michael Bell

Lifeline from the A Real American Hero animated continuity.


Generation 1
Lift-Ticket A Real American Hero (1986)

Lift-Ticket was released as part of the 1986 series of A Real American Hero toys, packaged exclusively with the Tomahawk. He was also sold in 1987, then was discontinued domestically in 1988.

Appearance: red helmet with black goggles and chinstrap; green shirt and pants with beige vest; red shoulder guards and kneepads; black pockets, gloves, belt and boots

Accessories: black mic attaching to helmet page/Filecard

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  • The cartoon version of Lift-Ticket was voiced by Michael Bell, who also voiced several other G.I. Joe and Cobra characters like Duke (RAH), Xamot, and Blowtorch.
  • The character's last name is a reference to the company that developed the world's first mass-produced helicopter, in 1942.

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