Some people think a great view means a serene mountain scene. Mine is a clear line to the enemy and an open path from bomb to bunker.

BOMBSTRIKE always hits her target, whether it’s scoring a goal in soccer or calling in the correct coordinates for an air strike. She’s at the leading edge of the action, her eyes taking in all the details and calculating what will give her team the winning move of the day. In soccer, where it’s only a game, she’s a gracious loser. However, it’s different in battle, where lives are at stake. That’s when BOMBSTRIKE plays to win, with focused intensity and uncompromising courage. As a forward air controller (FAC), BOMBSTRIKE is a qualified individual who, from a forward position on the ground or in the air, directs the action of GI Joe military aircraft engaged in close air support of land forces. As a sergeant in the US Marine Corps, she’s a dangerous opponent in hand-to-hand combat as well.


Canonical/Pre-MUX/Theme History:

Alyssa Renee Stall was born in Cranston, Rhode Island. Her brothers are the Joe hero Barrel Roll and the Cobra agent Blackout.

MUX History:

Bombstrike joined the Joes in 2005. In 2015 she was promoted to Second Lieutenant (2ndLt).

OOC Notes

Bombstrike's brothers are the Joe hero Barrel Roll and the Cobra agent Blackout. On the MUX she is a Marine since the US Army doesn't call their JTACs Forward Air Controllers. As a G.I. Joe, Bombstrike has special permission to be a FAC even though she is female.


File Information
Personal information
File Name

Alyssa Renee Stall




Cranston, Rhode Island

Military information
Service branch

US Marines

Grade / Rank

Second Lieutenant (O-1)


Marine Corps aviator; Forward air control; Counterintelligence

Organizational information
1st Comic Appearance

America's Elite #32


Bombstrike is available for application.



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