- Airwave is a G.I. Joe character.
Cliff V. Mewett
Signal Corps Adjutant for JCS
First Sergeant (E-8)
If there are exceptional people, Airwave must be one of them. He believes in the search for solutions to problems, not in limitations of equipment. Once, when his team's radio was destroyed, he readjusted a broken phone's circuitry to call in artillery to a precise location. Thus, his teammates call him the master of improvisation.
U.S. Army Master Sergeant Cliff Vincent Mewett was born in Louisville, Kentucky. He worked with the G.I. Joe team before it was shut down in 1994, as audible frequency specialist of the Sky Patrol. He also served as Signal Corps adjutant to the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was not only skilled with operating radio communications equipment, but could build a radio out of spare parts with ease.
In 2016 Airwave was assigned to the new Pit III's communications team.
Appearance: yellow hair; dark yellow shirt; pale yellow vest with brown pipes and pale yellow shoulder guards; brown wristbands; pale yellow blue gloves; dark yellow pants with brown panels; brown belt and boots; pale yellow leg holsters
Accessories: silver full-head helmet with detachable bronze visor; silver machine gun/grenade launcher with magazine on top and grenade feed on bottom; silver parachute in brown parachute pack.
- As with every Sky Patrol action figure, Airwave's body mold originally came from a pre-existing character but with an all new head mold.
- The Sky Patrol parachutes and backpacks are repaints of the green Parachute Pack first available by mail in 1984.
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