Maxwell Dynamics VF/A-X-1 Veritech Attack Fighter (Experimental)
by Tim Wing
The VF/A-X-1 was a very early experimental forerunner to the VF/A-6 Alpha Veritech Fighter. Designed and produced by the fledgling company Maxwell Dynamics, shortly after its establishment on the Robotech Factory Satellite, the VF/A-X-1 was to serve as a demonstration of the firm’s technical prowess and manufacturing ability. As such, it was a great success. The UN Spacy went on to award a contract to Maxwell Dynamics for the development of a light weight, multi-role Veritech Fighter meant to supplement the VF-4 Lightning III. This program would eventually lead to the VF/A-6 Alpha, the most successful Veritech Fighter in history.
- Designer: Maxwell Dynamics
- Service history: 2015-2016
- Length: 12.1 meters (Fighter mode)
- Height: 10.5 meters (Battloid mode)
- Weight: 13.1 metric tons (dry)
- Propulsion: 2x Nakajima/P&W/Rolls Royce FF-2011-4 fusion turbines
- Number produced: 2
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Original artwork by: Tim Wing
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