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Long Arm is a G.I. Joe character from the A Real American Hero series.
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Long Arm has a long history of taking risks. It seems the more dangerous and uncertain the situation, the better he likes it. As a first strike specialist, he is in charge of breaking the door down and take down as many of the enemy as possible before the main force behind him follows and come shooting, putting him in the crossfire. Nobody knows if he has a deathwish but no one has ever seen him fail in his duty yet.


A Real American Hero comics continuity - Devil's Due

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Generation 1
Long Arm 1993 Battle Corps (1993)

Long Arm was introduced in 1993 as Battle Corps figure #31 of the A Real American Hero toys.

Appearance: orange protection suit with hood; gold details on chest; black gloves and boots

Accessories: round, orange full-head helmet with clear blue visor; orange-red "'91 Sci-Fi" laser rifle; orange-red "'91 Grunt" machine gun; orange-red "'92 Roadblock" knife; black "Law" spring-loaded missile launcher and orange-red shield; two orange-red "Law" missiles; orange-red figure stand. page/Filecard

S.W.A.T. 3-pack (2008)

A special SWAT 3-pack was sold to attendees of the 2008 G.I. Joe Convention in Dallas, Texas. The three-pack included Long Arm, Shockblast and Low-Light. The Long Arm action figure is basically a recolor of the first. However, the figure came with new accessories that included a helmet, a visor, a rifle, a bomb-defusing robot and a figure stand. Additionally, his filecard information has changed much in that he is now a bomb technician who holds the rank of E-5. Other information in the card is also changed to reflect his new page/Filecard


  • The Long Arm action figure was originally meant to be sold under the Drug Elimination Force series. However, Hasbro revised their lineup for the 1993 edition and Long Arm came to be sold as part of the Battle Corps. Still, some international markets released the figure under the D.E.F. sub-group.

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