Some articles on beach, beach head, head:
... A beachhead is the line created when a unit reaches a beach by sea and begins to defend that area of beach ... Beachhead or Beach Head may also refer to Beachhead (film) a 1954 film starring Tony Curtis and Frank Lovejoy "Beachhead" (Stargate SG-1), a Stargate SG-1 episode Beach Head (G.I ... Joe universe Beach Head (video game), a 1983 video game Beach Head II The Dictator Strikes Back, a 1985 sequel to the video game Beach Head 2000, a remake of ...
... from a top secret lab the closest reserve members are Beach Head, Mercer, Low-Light, Cover Girl, and Tunnel Rat ... With Beach Head the acting team leader, they send Tunnel Rat in first, since he knows the layout of the building best with him as their guide, they infiltrate the building ... Beach Head sends the wisecracking Mercer to make certain the levels are secure, while Beach Head, Low-Light, and Cover Girl head upstairs to handle the enemy ...
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... Beach Head was first released as part of the fifth series in 1986 as the Joe team's Ranger, and came with a gray submachine gun, a large black backpack, and a black bag of ammunition ... In 1993, a new Beach Head figure was released ... In Brazil, this Beach-Head was released as a Cobra named "Armadilha" ...
Famous quotes containing the words head and/or beach:
“Thy hatred for this misery befallen;
On me already lost, me than thyself
More miserable. Both have sinned, but thou
Against God only; I against God and thee,
And to the place of judgment will return,
There with my cries importune Heaven, that all
The sentence, from thy head removed, may light
On me, sole cause to thee of all this woe,
Me, me only, just object of his ire.”
—John Milton (16081674)
“On the beach at night,
Stands a child with her father,
Watching the east, the autumn sky.
Up through the darkness,
While ravening clouds, the burial clouds, in black masses spreading,
Lower sullen and fast athwart and down the sky,”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)