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Manufactured by Stonewell and Bellcom, the VF-X was the first non-variable fighter prototype to be flight-tested. Built as a flight-capable test bed and proof of concept, trial production began in early 2006. In February 2007, flight tests of the VF-X began and in November that year, the successful tests of the VF-X and VF-1X lead to formal adoption of the Valkyrie variable fighter by the United Nations Government.

Type All-environment non-variable fighter prototype
Manufacturer Stonewell/Bellcom
Introduction January 2005
First Deployment February 2007
Accommodation Pilot only in Marty & Beck Mk-7 zero/zero ejection seat
  • Battroid Mode: N/A
  • Fighter Mode: Wingspan 14.78 (fully extended); height 3.84 meters; length 14.23 meters
  • GERWALK Mode: N/A
Mass Empty 13.25 metric tons; standard T-O 18.5 metric tons
Structure Space metal frame, titanium/carbon alloy hull
Power Plant Two Shinnakasu Heavy Industry/P&W/Roice FF-2001 thermonuclear reaction turbine engines, output 650 MW each
Propulsion 11500 kg [x g] x 2; or 23000 kg [x g] x 2 in overboost
Thrust-to-weight ratio Unknown
  • Fighter Only: at 10000 m Mach 2.71; at 30000+ m Mach 3.87
G Limit In space +7
Design Features Variable geometry wing; control-configurable vehicle; single-axis thrust vectoring.
Transformation N/A


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Bombs & Missiles

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Optional Armament

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