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Slip-Stream is a G.I. Joe character from the A Real American Hero and G.I. Joe vs. Cobra series.
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A Real American Hero continuity

Marvel Comics continuity
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Action Force (British) Comics continuity

Slip-Stream headed a successful air strike on a Cobra base on Grave Island in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam.[1] He was then part of a training mission in Norway that was attacked by Rattlers and a Night Raven. All the Cobra planes were shot down but it was unclear which Joe got the kill on the Night Raven.[2]

Animated continuity - Sunbow

Voiced by: Dan Gilvezan

Slip-Stream from the A Real American Hero animated continuity.

Slip-Stream is first seen watching a football game on tv before being told off by Gen. Hawk.

Sometime later, he and a female Strato-Viper shoot each other down over a seemingly deserted island, only to find that it was a lab belonging to Dr. Mindbender, who still has the Cobra base and the escaped mutation within under surveillance.


Generation 1
Slip-Stream 1986 A Real American Hero (1986)

Slip-Stream was released as part of the 1986 series of A Real American Hero toys, packaged exclusively with the Conquest X-30. He was also sold in 1987, then was discontinued domestically in 1988.

Appearance: brown helmet with silver goggles; brown mustache; white shirt with dark grey half-vest, brown shoulder guards, and black gloves; white pants with dark grey belt and leg coverings; black shoes and holsters

Variations: the version made in Hong Kong has crisp paint and lighter brown plastic; the version made in China has sloppy paint details, but gains a large, toothy grin. page/Filecard



  • Slip-Stream's filecard reveals he speaks Armenian. Since "Boyajian" is an Armenian surname, he likely learned it at home, suggesting either his parents or grandparents are immigrants.
  • His uniform and those of a few un-named Conquest pilots are brown, but those worn in "Not a Ghost of a Chance" are blue.

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