A 1980s series set sometime in the "near future."
The Centurions were a special forces unit consisting of three (later five) specialists who wore an exosuit that had mounting points. Different vehicles and battle armors could connect to these mounting points, effectively turning the specialists into living weapons.
They fought against a mad scientist type who had himself and his henchman turned into cyborgs. As cyborgs, they had a similar mounting system grafted onto their very bodies; it was only used twice in the cartoon, however, and the toys for the two could have the two human halves merge into a double-headed person even though the cartoon never mentioned it.*
*It did, however, have the two cyborg halves become sentient and, while separated from the human halves, merge to become a being known as "Uniborg." Uniborg was, ironically, far more competent than the mad scientist himself and very nearly wiped out the Centurions *and* the scientist before the two teams agreed to work together.
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"At my last intern briefing, Craig was clearly tired. His message had changed to, "Stay out of trouble, period." It seemed that, as director of security, Livingstone was growing old fast. If he didn't watch out, he'd become one of us - a 'Mormon' or a 'straight,' which is what Clinton staffers called FBI agents, the Secret Service, and former Bush employees."
Aldrich, Gary. Unlimited Access
Washington D.C.: Regency, 1996. Pg 38
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