Cobra Wilderness Trooper
Range-Vipers are usually committed to long-term operations deep within unfriendly territory, completely cut off from communications or supplies. They have an usually high tolerance for discomfort and can survive on a diet of snakes, grubs, roots, berries nuts and whatever slow rodents they can catch. They are expected to build their shelters out of indigenous materials usually rocks and mud, and procure their own ammunition by way of hit and run raids on enemy ammo depots.
"Range-Vipers are favourites of the Cobra High Command since they are inexpensive to sustain. Once they're in the field, they don't cost anything to feed, clothe and arm. Range-Vipers don't care who they shoot, as long as they shoot at someone or something! That's why the Cobra High Command makes sure they stay out in the bush."
Range Viper was re-released in 1993.