List of Star Wars Action Fleet Vehicles: The Ultimate Guide

Galoob launched the Star Wars Action Fleet product line in 1995 following the success and acclaim of the Star Wars Micro Machines product line. The teeny tiny scale Star Wars Micro Machines playsets, which were first released in 1994, blossomed into one of the top-selling Star Wars toy lines of its time.

Endeavoring to capitalize on its own success and momentum, Galoob scaled up the sizing of Micro Machines a bit in order to create Action Fleet, a series of larger, detailed vehicles and creatures with tiny semi-posable figures. Though larger than the tiny scale Micro Machines line, the Action Fleet line remains smaller than 3.75 inch action figure scale. Action Fleet vehicles may also feature movable sections like an opening cockpit and folding wings. Their manageable size makes the vehicles fun to zoom overland or through the air!

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When were Star Wars Action Fleet vehicles released?

Original Trilogy and Expanded Universe Line (1995 to 1998)

Galoob launched the original Action Fleet product line from 1995 to 1998. Although the majority of the vehicles take inspiration from the Star Wars Original Trilogy, the line includes a couple Expanded Universe vehicles as well. The E-Wing originates from Star Wars: Dark Empire and Virago is ship of Prince Xizor in Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire.

Episode I Line (1998 to 2000)

From 1998 to 2000, Galoob shifted attention to making ships and other vehicles from Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Notably, toy giant Hasbro purchased Galoob in 1998 for $220 million dollars.

Hasbro Saga Line (2002 to 2003)

Hasbro re-released some of the original Action Fleet vehicles. The company also developed a few new vehicles from Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones including the fan-favorite Republic Gunship. Unlike previous vehicles, none of the single pack vehicles feature movable figures. The themed multipack playsets, however, feature one or two posable figures.

Hasbro cancelled the Action Fleet line in 2003.

What’s the difference between Star Wars Micro Machines and Action Fleet?

Both product lines are very small scale versions of characters, vehicles, creatures, and more from Star Wars. Micro Machines sets use much smaller figure and vehicles than Action Fleet sets. Confusingly, Galoob first marketed the Action Fleet line as “Micro Machines Action Fleet”. The toy company likely wanted to cash in on the existing popularity of the Star Wars Micro Machines line. Later, the Action Fleet line dropped “Micro Machines” from its name, though.

Where to buy Star Wars Action Fleet sets

As of 2003, all Action Fleet sets are discontinued so you much rely on the secondhand market to find them. Although certain specific sets are hard to find, many sets from the product line are widely available. Online marketplace eBay offers a wide variety of secondhand Action Fleet products. Since the products are now retired and considered “vintage”, you can find some Action Fleet products on Etsy, too. (Yeah, that “vintage” bit makes me feel old, too!)

If you’re a Facebook user, you could check out Facebook Marketplace or various buy and sell Facebook Groups themed around Star Wars Collectibles or Star Wars Toys.

Finally, keep a sharp eye at your local garage sales and thrift stores. You could potentially snag a sweet deal on these discontinued products in person, although finding such deals are very hit or miss.

Future Star Wars Action Fleet Vehicles and Sets

Hasbro released the final Action Fleet vehicles in 2003. The bad news is Action Fleet appears to be gone for good. The good news is Jazwares makes the Star Wars Micro Galaxy Squadron. Dubbed by fans as “Action Fleet 2.0”, Micro Galaxy Squadron boasts an assortment of similarly-scaled vehicles and small posable figures. Jazwares launched Micro Galaxy Squadron in 2022 and continues to release new waves of the vehicles into 2023 and beyond.

Complete List of Star Wars Action Fleet Vehicles

Star Wars Micro Machines Action Fleet Vehicles

Star Wars Original Classic Trilogy Action Fleet Line (1995 to 1998)

Single Vehicle Packs (Vehicles with Figures)

All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT) with AT-AT Driver, Snowtrooper
A-wing with A-wing Pilot, C-3PO
TIE Advanced x1 “Darth Vader’s TIE” with Darth Vader, TIE Pilot
X-wing (Red 5) with Luke Skywalker, R2-D2

Boba Fett’s Slave I with Boba Fett, Han Solo (in carbonite)
Imperial Shuttle Tyderium with Han Solo, Chewbacca
Jawa Sandcrawler with Jawa, Scavenger Droid 1996
Snowspeeder with Luke Skywalker, Rebel Gunner (Dack Ralter)
TIE Interceptor with TIE Pilot, TIE Pilot (with removable helmet)
Y-wing (Gold Leader) with Gold Leader, R2 unit

A-wing (“Squadron Colors”) with A-wing Pilot, Mon Mothma
B-wing with Rebel Pilot, Admiral Ackbar
Cloud Car with Cloud Car Pilot, Lobot
Imperial Landing Craft with Imperial Officer, Sandtrooper
Millennium Falcon with Han Solo, Chewbacca
Rancor with Luke Skywalker, Gamorrean Guard
Rebel Blockade Runner with Princess Leia, Rebel Fleet Trooper
Snowspeeder (Rogue 2 “Squadron Colors”) with Rogue Pilot (Zev Senesca), Rogue Gunner
T-16 Skyhopper with Luke Skywalker, Biggs Darklighter
TIE Bomber with TIE Pilot, Imperial Naval Trooper
TIE Fighter with TIE Pilot, Grand Moff Tarkin
Virago with Prince Xizor, Guri Expanded Universe
X-wing (Red 2 “Squadron Colors”) with Wedge Antilles, R2 unit
X-wing (Red 6 “Squadron Colors”) with Jek Porkins, R2 unit
Y-wing (Blue Leader “Squadron Colors”) with Blue Leader, R2 unit
Y-wing (Yellow Leader “Squadron Colors”) with Yellow Leader, R2 unit

E-wing with E-wing Pilot, R7 unit Expanded Universe
Jabba’s Sail Barge with R2-D2 (with drinks), Jabba, Saelt Marae “Yak-Face”
TIE Defender with TIE Pilot, Moff Jerjerrod

Battle Packs

Battle Packs pair with other Action Fleet vehicles and also create cool battle scenes in their own right. Many battle packs include a several figures along with a smaller vehicle or two or a creature like a Bantha or Dewback. Some Battle Packs contain only figures and don’t include any vehicles.


1 – Rebel Alliance Speeder Bike (2) with Luke, Leia, Echo Base Trooper, Lando, Rebel Trooper, Yoda
2 – Galactic Empire AT-ST with AT-ST Pilot, Darth Vader, Scout Trooper, Sandtrooper, Imperial Royal Guard
3 – Aliens & Creatures Bantha with Tusken Raider, Bib Fortuna, Gamorrean Guard, Brea Tonnika, Ponda Baba
4 – Imperial Hunters with Dewback, Sandtrooper, Boba Fett, Bossk, Greedo, IG-88
5 – Shadows of the Empire Swoop with Dash Rendar, Jix, Guri, Prince Xizor, LE-B0209, Chewbacca (Skahtul)
6 – Dune Sea Desert Skiff with Boba Fett, Chewbacca, Han Solo, Luke, Nikto, Barada

7 – Droid Escape Escape Pod with C-3PO, Darth Vader, Obi-Wan, R2-D2, Sandtrooper, Gonk Droid
8 – Desert Palace featuring Jabba the Hutt with Dais, Ishi Tib, Lando, Leia (Boussh Disguise), Sy Snootles, Weequay
9 – Endor Adventures Speeder Bike with Ewok Hand Glider, Ewok, Luke, Endor Trooper, Scout Trooper, Wicket
10 – Mos Eisley Spaceport with Ronto, Dr. Evazan, Garindan, Jawa, Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi
11 – Cantina Encounter Luke’s Landspeeder with C-3PO, Figrin D’an, Han Solo, Muftak, Obi-Wan Kenobi

12 – Cantina Smugglers & Spies Advozsec, Arcona, Duros, Labria, Lak Sivrak, Momaw Nadon, Nabrun Leids, Wuher
13 – Hoth Attack with Tauntaun, Dead Tauntaun, General Veers, Han Solo, Luke, Snowtrooper, Wampa
14 – Death Star Escape with Admiral Motti, Darth Vader, General Tagge, Han Solo, Luke, Obi-Wan, Leia, R2-D2
15 – Endor Victory Ewok with Drums, Chewbacca, Han, Luke, Leia, Anakin (Force Ghost), Obi-Wan (Force Ghost), Yoda (Force Ghost)
16 – Lars Family Homestead Lars Speeder, Uncle Owen, Aunt Beru, Gonk Droid, Jawa, Luke Skywalker
17 – Imperial Troops Speeder Bike, Scout Troopers (2), Stormtroopers (2), Sandtrooper, Snowtrooper
18 – Rebel Troops Echo Base Troopers (2), Rebel Pilots (2), Rebel Troopers (3), Endor Trooper

Alpha Series

The Alpha Series showcases both a final film version of a vehicle alongside a toy adaptation of concept art. Some editions of the Alpha Series vehicles include an exclusive Topps Wide vision trading card as well.

All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT) Concept AT-AT Driver, Snowtrooper
Imperial Shuttle Stormtrooper, Concept TIE Pilot
Snowspeeder Concept Luke Skywalker, Concept Rebel Gunner
X-wing Red 3 Biggs Darklighter, Concept R2 unit

B-wing with B-wing Pilot, Concept B-wing Gunner
Cloud Car Cloud Car Pilot, Concept Cloud Car Gunner
Y-wing Yellow Leader Concept Y-wing Pilot, R2 unit


Ice Planet Hoth featuring Snowspeeder, Tauntaun & Rider, and Rebel Troop Cart with 2-1B, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Rebel Pilot, and Wampa
The Death Star featuring TIE Advanced with Emperor Palpatine, Imperial Gunner, TIE Pilot, Imperial Royal Guard, Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, and Probe Droid with Capsule

Yavin Rebel Base featuring X-wing with Red 2, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, R2 unit, Rebel Trooper, and Wedge Antilles

Exclusives and Other Sets

Flight Controller Series (1996)
The Flight Controller series features a starfighter with a flight controller style handle on the bottom. User may activate light and sound and also fire the laser cannons on the ship.

Flight Controller Darth Vader’s TIE Darth Vader, TIE Pilot
Flight Controller TIE Interceptor TIE Pilot, Stormtrooper
Flight Controller X-wing Luke Skywalker, R2-D2
Flight Controller Y-wing Gold Leader, R2 Unit

Classic Duels (1997)
The Classic Duels sets bundle together two ships and include an assortment of posable figures as well.

Classic Duels TIE Fighter vs X-wing with TIE Pilot, Stormtrooper, Luke Skywalker, R2-D2
Classic Duels TIE Interceptor vs Millennium Falcon with TIE Pilot, Imperial Officer, Lando, Endor Trooper

Retailer and Event Exclusives
All of these Action Fleet sets were exclusively available at particular retailers or events.

Electronic AT-AT with AT-AT Driver, Snowtrooper Kaybee Toys Exclusive
Electronic AT-AT with AT-AT Driver, Snowtrooper, Micro Machine Snowspeeder JCPenney Exclusive
Landspeeder and AT-ST with Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan, AT-ST Driver, Stormtrooper Kaybee Toys Exclusive
Galactic Battle X-Wing vs Vader’s TIE with Darth Vader, TIE Pilot, Luke Skywalker, R2-D2 ZAAP! Exclusive (Japan)

Luke’s X-Wing from Dagobah Swamp with Luke Skywalker, R2-D2 ToyFair Exclusive

Note: Galoob also released a set in 1995 called Droids, featuring 16 assorted droids. Although the set does not bear the Action Fleet name, the posable figures are the same size and style as Action Fleet figures.

Star Wars Episode I Action Fleet Line (1998 to 2000)

Galoob launched the first Star Wars Episode I Action Fleet set in 1998 as a special “Sneak Peak Kit”. The set, Gian Speeder & Theed Palace, preceded the 1999 release of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.

Single Vehicle Packs

Anakin’s Podracer with Anakin Skywalker
Flash Speeder with Naboo Royal Guard
Gungan Sub with Qui-Gon Jinn
Naboo Starfighter with Anakin Skywalker
Republic Cruiser with Qui-Gon Jinn
Sebulba’s Podracer with Sebulba
Trade Federation Droid Fighter with Daultay Dofine (Neimoidian Captain)
Trade Federation Landing Ship with Battle Droid
Trade Federation MTT with Battle Droid

Mars Guo’s Podracer with Mars Guo
Royal Starship with Ric Olié
Sith Infiltrator with Darth Maul
Trade Federation Droid Control Ship with Neimoidian Commander
Trade Federation Tank (AAT) with Battle Droid

Mini-Scenes (aka Battle Packs)

Mini-Scenes are a renaming of Battle Packs series. As is the case with the Battle Packs, Mini-Scenes create cool battle scenes and pair well with Action Fleet vehicles. Most of the Mini-Scenes include a smaller vehicle along with several figures. Some, however, contain only figures and don’t include any vehicles.

1 – STAP Invasion featuring an STAP with Battle Droid, and Jar Jar Binks
2 – Destroyer Droid Ambush with Destroyer Droid, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and TC-14
3 – Gungan Assault featuring Energy Ball Carriage and Kaadu with Battle Droid and Gungan
4 – Sith Pursuit featuring Sith Speeder Bike with Darth Maul and Qui-Gon Jinn

5 – Trade Federation Raid featuring MTT Front Hull and Ikopi with Jar Jar Binks and Qui-Gon Jinn
6 – Throne Room Reception featuring Walking Throne with Nute Gunray and Sio Bibble
7 – Watto’s Deal with Anakin Skywalker, Pit Droid, and Watto
8 – Generator Core Duel with Darth Maul and Obi-Wan Kenobi

Alpha Series

Naboo Starfighter with Concept Naboo Pilot
Royal Starship with R2-D2 and Concept Ric Olié
Sith Infiltrator with Concept Darth Maul
Trade Federation Droid Fighter with Concept Battle Droid


Gian Speeder & Theed Palace (Sneak Preview Kit) with Captain Panaka, Naboo Foot Soldier, and Battle Droid (2)
Mos Espa Market with Anakin Skywalker, C-3PO, Watto, Sebulba, Jar Jar Binks
Otoh Gunga featuring Opee Sea Killer with Jar Jar Binks, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Boss Nass, Gungan Council Member
Podracer Hangar Bay with Pit Droids (2), Pit Mechanic
Naboo Hangar/Final Combat featuring Naboo Fighter Upper Hull with Darth Maul, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, R2 unit
Theed Palace with Captain Panaka, Queen Amidala, Battle Droids (2), Nute Gunray in Walking Throne

Turbo Racers

Turbo Racers are electronic prodracers with sound that you can launch 25 feet across the floor. Hasbro only released two of the podracer models as Turbo Racers.

Turbo Racers Gasgano’s Podracer
Turbo Racers Ody Mandrell’s Podracer

Deluxe Remote Control Vehicles and Creatures

The Deluxe Remote Control vehicles and creatures use a corded remote control. The remote control enables you to move the vehicle or creature forwards or backwards and to fire the blaster cannon. For best results, Hasbro recommends operating the toys on an even, flat surface. Requires batteries.

Electronic Fambaa
Electronic Trade Federation Tank

Star Wars Saga Action Fleet Line (2002 to 2003)

After a couple year’s break, Hasbro released the Saga line. The product line re-released several of the same molds from Galoob’s popular Original Trilogy line. The line also introduced brand new models from the film Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002).

Single Vehicle Packs

Unlike previous single vehicle packs, none of the the single vehicle packs in the Saga line include any removable figures. This includes the re-release vehicles.

X-wing Fighter with R2-D2 dome (non-removable)
All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT)
All Terrain Tactical Enforcer (AT-TE)
Millennium Falcon
Naboo Starfighter (Battle Damaged)
Solar Sailor
TIE Advanced x1 “Darth Vader’s TIE”

Jango Fett’s Slave I
Republic Assault Ship (Acclamator)
Republic Gunship none


The Saga Packs follow in the tradition of the Episode I Mini-Scenes and Original Trilogy Battle Packs. Each pack features small vehicles/creatures and at least one figure in order to create a cool battle scene!

Dune Sea Ambush featuring Bantha and Luke’s Landspeeder with Tusken Raider
Imperial Endor Pursuit featuring AT-ST, and Speeder Bike (2) with Luke Skywalker and Scout Trooper
Mos Eisley Encounter featuring Ronto and Lars’ Landspeeder with Jawa
Tatooine Droid Hunter Escape Pod and Dewback with Sandtrooper

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