Assault Team Officer (Demon Enemy)
Knock-offs come in many flavors. They range from the almost but not quite Hasbro quality offerings, and there are the fly by night releases that sometimes border on bootlegs. The National/American Defense lines by Agglo fall somewhere in between.
This is not an attractive figure. In fact, most of the figures in the line were aggressively ugly. Even the packaging was humorously bad, especially the card art for the all villain series dubbed “The Demon Enemy.”
Each figure came with a helmet, regardless of whether it could fit on their head. Obviously, this fellow has a bit of trouble, due to his flowing locks. I at least give this series credit for making an attempt at personality with the head sculpts, even if they are fugly beyond belief. This guy looks to me like a cross between early 70s Donald Sutherland, Tom Petty and WKRP’s Dr. Johnny Fever.
The Assault Team Officer shares one of two body molds prevalent in the series, one that also made many appearances in the early to mid 80s, as part of both the A-Team and Gen. Patch toy lines produced by Galoob. The same uniform was repeated with several figures, and this guy’s patterned top brings to mind the bad sweaters of the 1980s. I think I saw something similar to this number worn by Dr. Huxtable back in the day.