|Code Name||Function (figure)||Real Name||Birthplace||Serial number||Primary military speciality||Secondary military speciality||File card or comic book 'Datafile' description||Equipment||Notes|
|Shark||Aqua Trooper||Jean-Paul Rives||Toulouse||AF 934038||Torpedo technology||Underwater demolition||Swimmer of undoubted ability. Spent early years in Martinique and was involved in several complex treasure hunts for Spanish galleons. Basic training at French Naval School, Brest, France. Top of Class in torpedo training. Torpedo officer, French Navy. Joined Action Force. Took underwater demolition course Sword-of-Honour.||Breathing apparatus||Repaint of the First Generation Action Force Frogman with additional breathing apparatus.|
|Leviathan||Deep Sea Defender||Jamie Hugh Maclaren||Glasgow||AF 93403||Naval battle tactics||Gunnery||Second son of a shipyard worker in Glasgow. Joined Royal Navy straight from school. Sheer ability forced him through the ranks to become Commander of a Destroyer. Action Force recruited him as the best man available. Passed Deep Sea Diving top of class. Experienced Diver.||A red aerial and a red backpack.||An unaltered repaint of the First Generation Deep Sea Diver figure. Described in Battle Action Force as the "leader of Q Force" although this was never stated on his datafile.|
|Phones||Sonar officer||Patrick Liam O'Flaherty||Dublin||AF 934037||Communications||Survivor||Ex-leader of specialist survival school. Recruited by Action Force and given extra training in communication technology. Friendly rivalry exists between Phones and Breaker as to who is the best in Action Force with communication systems.||Radio pack and AK-47||Repaint of an amalgam of several First Generation figures.|
|Surfer||Sea Skimmer pilot||Hoxworth Whipple||Hawaii||AF 934119||Seaborne rescue||Rocket assault||A champion surfer in his youth - rode the "Tunnel" at Waikiki. Very happy at sea, he has an intuitive appreciation of moods and weather changes on the ocean. Joined Action Force and has since designed and developed a speed-board capable of 150 knots. Best record on Action Force "Rescue & Recovery" course.||Jet-ski (Sea Skimmer) armed with rockets||Repaint of First Generation Naval Assault figure.|
|Dolphin||Pilot of Sealion||Gareth Morgan||Cardiff||AF 934332||Underwater solo attack||Deep sea exploration||Superb formal training. Excellent knowledge of all Action Force underwater weapons. Rapid promotion led to command of Royal Navy submarine at an early age. Given brief to chart one of ocean's least-known expanses, beneath the Polar ice cap. Ideal experience for command of the Sealion, generally acknowledged as the most advanced sub-aqua vehicle in existence.||Pilot accompanying Sealion vehicle||Originally a repaint of the Aqua Trooper, later releases were entirely new moulds. Dolphin and Space Force's Moondancer were the only characters whose profile was carried over, without amendment, to the Third Generation release.|
Vehicles, weaponry and armour
Unable to produce scale battleships or submarines due to the size such models would require, the figures were supplied with more fantastical equipment and the first release included one full-size missile boat (Swordfish, see below), a one-man submarine mini-vehicle (Stingray) and three stand-alone figures (Aqua Trooper, Deep Sea Defender and Sonar Officer (see above).
A further release added another vehicle and figure set, the two-seater submarine/hovercraft hybrid (Sealion) in addition the range added a mini-vehicle and figure pack, the jet-ski inspired Sea Skimmer.
- Swordfish – a hovercraft-styled missile boat. An amalgam of parts of the First Generation AF-5 vehicle and missiles used in the SAS Force mobile missile system.
- Stingray – a one-man submarine, similar to those used in the James Bond film Never Say Never Again. The craft came packaged with an Aqua Trooper figure whose accompanying file card identified him as Shark.
- Sealion – an original vehicle, the Sealion was a two-man craft piloted by the accompanying Dolphin figure. A submarine/hovercraft type vessel, it included detachable solo-submersibles (or 'diver transport units'), electromagnetic claws and an array of missiles and laser weaponry. The Sealion was also given its own introductory storyline in Battle Action Force although, in the absence of Red Shadow equivalent vehicle, it was written into a conflict with the Singapore Navy as a result of a case of mistaken identity.
Both the Sealion and Dolphin were subsequently re-packaged as part of the Third Generation (AF) release, keeping the same codenames.
- Sea Skimmer – a jet-ski style mini-vehicle, this craft came armed with rockets and was piloted by Surfer.
- ↑ Sonar Officer figure at the collection at Leicestershire County Council museum
- ↑ Operation Sealion storyline courtesy of Blood for the Baron!
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