Tele-Vipers get to have the latest technology in radio telecommunications. Apart from the standard modular radio pack, their gear includes a automatic frequency hopper, cryptography unit, and jamming/anti-jamming equipment. Their helmets come equipped with high-resolution earphones and they get to use dual microphones. That may all be impressive and all but do they get any respect? The helmet's visor is capable of giving LED readouts that's triggered by a computer pack installed onto their radio gear. That readout is visible to anyone he's in front of is a source of jokes for other Cobras.
- 1 Fiction
- 1.1 Comics
- 1.2 Animated continuity
- 2 Toys
- 3 Trivia
- 4 See also
- 5 External links
- 6 Footnotes
A Real American Hero continuity
Marvel Comics continuity
Devil's Due Comics continuity
G.I. Joe vs. Transformers
Action Force (British) Comics continuity
Tele-Vipers were deployed on Cobra operations including:
- The attempted capture of a Northrod B2 bomber crew who crashed on an island with top secret information
- An attempt to prevent Action Force agents from smuggling out information on Cobra operations in Italy.
- An assault on London to free Destro who was held prisoner at Action Force's headquarters.
- The capturing of an oil terminal in the Gulf of Arabia, which was liberated by Action Force.
They were also stationed at a variety of locations including:
- A Cobra rocket launch base hidden in the Australian outback
Blackthorne Comics continuity
Sunbow animated series
Tele-Vipers were first seen partway into the first season, mostly replacing unnamed Cobra personnel in blue tights with yellow-green visors.
DiC animated series
- The Python Patrol Tele-Viper was originally called the "Tele-Wraith."
- Starting from "Worlds Without End", their visors had the ability to show words on them.
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