G.I. Joe is a line of military-themed action figures produced by the toy company Hasbro.

The name G.I. Joe was created by David Breger when he was asked to do a comic strip for United States military magazines during World War II. Breger came up with the title "G.I. Joe" from the term "G.I." His strip debuted June 17, 1942 in the military's YANK magazine and Stars and Stripes newspaper. In 1945, United Artists released a movie titled The Story of G.I. Joe, directed by William Wellman and starring Burgess Meredith as acclaimed war correspondent Ernie Pyle.

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