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Wayne R Sneeden was born into abject poverty, living in Auburn, Alabama. For much of his youth, he was bullied to his low economic-status. However, rather than letting this wear him down, Wayne devoted himself to rising above and beyond his environment, to be the best he could possibly be. Ultimately, Wayne became the star of his high school, in both athletics and academia.

Beachhead is the ultimate Army Ranger. He is trained in ALL forms of combat and weapons. But his favorite thing is explosives. He is able to build or take apart an explosive device of any size.

Beachhead was a lane instructor at the Ranger Schooling Fort Benning and an Observer/Adviser at the Covert Ops School in Central America.

Personality and Traits

He is meticulous, patient, and strong-willed. Additionally, Sneeden is very intelligent, being the Valedictorian of his high school class.

Beachhead doesn't get mad because he thinks that is a waste of energy, what he does is get even (and he is very good at that).

The only thing that irritates him among his comrades is when they don't try their hardest to get the job done. Nothing irks Beachead like apathy.

In Animation

 Beachhead in G.I Joe: A Real American Hero, with Order.
Beachhead in G.I Joe: A Real American Hero, with Order.

Beachhead appeared in the 1984 Sunbow G.I Joe Animated Series, G.I Joe: A Real American Hero.

 Beachhead with Stalker and Gung-Ho in G.I Joe: Resolute.
Beachhead with Stalker and Gung-Ho in G.I Joe: Resolute.

He also appeared in the Warren Ellis-penned animated film, G.I Joe: Resolute, as one of the G.I Joes (along with Roadblock, Gung-Ho and Stalker) who led a ground attack on Cobra.

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