The Hue Troop is a group of time-traveling heroes from the year 301X. Red Action was originally a member of this group.
In 201X, a meteor crashed on Earth, and inside was a legendary crystal called the Prysma Crystal. Through the Crystal, a hero spoke to the alien Ren Bo, who was able to predict catastrophes. Soon after, a group of heroes, dubbed the "Hue Troop", was formed in order to prevent the disasters foretold by Ren Bo.
The Crystal was passed down from generation to generation in order to keep the Hue Troop active and to prevent the foretold disasters. Whenever the crystal was passed down, the new generation that accepts it had to follow the rules which includes that they were to never date, marry, use their real names, or show their faces publicly ever until their retirement. Meanwhile, the older generation were then relieved of their duties upon relinquishing the crystal and allowed to retire as private citizens until death.
The crystal continued to be passed down until 301X, where it ended up with a Red Action and her friends. Red accidentally broke the Prysma Crystal, and thus, ran away to another time, back to 201X.
The rest of the Hue Troop searched for her, and finally found her, right in time for the events of the meteor crashing on Earth happen before them. This way, they had a Prysma Crystal again and forgave Red Action for her mistake. They went back to their time, while Red Action decided to stay in 201X.
- On November 4th, after the airing of "Back In Red Action", Ian Jones-Quartey tweeted, "The Hue Troop have been an OK KO crew secret for so long. Glad they're finally out there for the world to enjoy!"
- Blue Power is the current leader of the team.
- Storyboard artist Parker Simmons wrote on his blog: "While @miraongchua designed the Hue Troopers, I decided they needed to have helmets with lips and wigs (an homage to Miss America from Battle Fever J). I also thought that their vehicles should have a theme so I came up with sea creatures, since Red has a peg leg."
- Simmons later stated he heavily referenced Battle Fever J and Fiveman for the entrance animation of Hue Troop.
- The group pose they make is most likely a reference to the Power Rangers/Super Sentai franchise, as are their color-coded uniforms.
- It may also be a reference to the Ginyu Force from Dragon Ball Z as well as the Sailor Senshi from Sailor Moon, due to the over-the-top introduction to each member.
- Everyone in the Hue Troop is confirmed to be LGBT.