Head, beret: 50th Falcon
Torso, arms, legs: RoC Pit Commando
Vest: BBTS Spirit
Weapon: DG Duke

''At the battle of Three Stripes Hill, Private Frank Rock gained a field promotion to sergeant and became the man all the other Easy Joes looked to for leadership. It was Sgt. Rock who forged Easy Company into the legendary fighting unit it became, fighting its way through Sicily, Italy, France, Belgium, Holland and ultimately, Germany.'' - From Comicvine.com

Loosely based on the D.C. comics series, Sgt. Rock toys were produced by Remco in 1981-82. The 3 3/4" product line included figures, vehicles and playsets. Sgt Rock was the only named character in the first series. Other figures were simply known by their specialty like Ranger, Gunner, etc. A year later, Remco created a new enemy for the toy series. These consisted of repainted Sgt. Rock toys and featured a logo of a yellow snake. Apparently, "The Bad Guys" were enemies of Sgt. Rock, G.I. Joe, M.A.S.H. and "all mini action soldiers". Some Sgt. Rock accessories and vehicles would later be repainted and reused by Remco for their American Defense series.

Since I was expanding the ranks of my Sgt Rock team with Gunner, I decided to add another member to the team while I was at it. Looking through the options, I liked the Green Beret. I used the same recipe as my Sgt Rock figure except for the head and beret. The standard uniform look of the team makes these customs into 4'' versions of green army men, which is an aspect that I really enjoy.

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