The original (and only) figure of Dogfight was released in 1989 as the pilot of the Mudfighter combat plane. He is similar in look to WWII fighting aces. He only came with one accessory, a pistol with scope. He and the Mudfighter were also available as part of a two-pack with the Cobra H.I.S.S. II tank exclusive to the Benny's line of stores (and may have also been sold through BJ's Wholesale Club as well). His entire body (sans head) was later used in 2007 for the G.I. Joe Collector's Convention exclusive Steeler figure released as an addition to that year's "Tanks for the Memories" exclusive boxed set.
Marvel Comics/Devil's Due History
In his first mission for the G.I. Joe team, he fought Cobra fighters over the tiny Central American nation of Punta del Mucosa. He later participated the the Joes' largest operation yet, the Battle of Benzheen in the Middle East. Dogfight was serving as co-pilot when Ace's Skystriker was badly damaged during a night raid into Benzheen. Dogfight's ejection seat was damaged, and though he told Ace to eject and save himself, Ace refused. He managed to crash land the plane on the deck of the U.S.S. Flagg aircraft carrier. Both pilots came through the landing with only minor injuries. Dogfight, like most former Joes, is currently a reserve member of the team. During the global conflict known as World War III, Dogfight took part in a number of missions launched from the U.S.S. Flagg, engaging Cobra fighters over the United Kingdom.