Code Name: LOW-LIGHT
As a child in North Dakota, Low-Light was afraid of the dark, timid with animals and shy of loud noises... until one precarious hunting expedition with his father. Low-Light somehow lost his way in the impenetrable darkness. He was found three weeks later with his flashlight, .22 rifle and a grin from ear to ear. Ten years later he was an instructor at the Army marksmanship program in Fort Benning and a self-taught expert on image intensification.
"The Joes like to have Low-Light along for the ride. They know that if something gets really hairy, and that's bound to happen sooner or later, all they have to do is wait until dark... it doesn't matter what field of fire the bad guys control-- the night belongs to Low-Light."
My Personal Notes: Not much I can say about Low-Light. This was at the end of my G.I.Joe run as a kid (1986), and he mostly sat under my radar. By that point, I felt I had a lot of Joes, and mostly worked to pickup the new Cobras to even things out more. He is a 2012 eBay acquisition.