Rockwell Textron SDP-1 Stampede Anti-spaceship Veritech gallery

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Rockwell Textron SDP-1A Stampede Space Defense Package Veritech.

SDP-1A Stampede Fighter 1

SDP-1A Stampede Fighter 2

SDP-1A Stampede Fighter 3

SDP-1A Stampede Battloid 1


Rockwell Bell SDP-X-1 Anti-Spaceship Veritech, Experimental. (First Stampede prototype.)

SDP-X-1 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Fighter 1

The VF-1/SDP-X-1 Veritech, was an experimental anti-spaceship Veritech produced during the First Robotech War. Only one aircraft was produced. The publishers of Mecha Journal apologize for the poor quality of these photos.  

SDP-X-1 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Battloid 1 SDP-X-1 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Battloid 2


 

Rockwell Bell SDP-X-2 Anti-Spaceship Veritech, Experimental. (Second Stampede prototype.)

SDP-X-2 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Fighter 1

The second Stampede prototype was built as a technology demonstrator after the end of the war. It was pursued by Rockwell Bell when it became apparent that their VF-4 Lightning was not going to meet UN Spacy’s fleet defense requirements. 

SDP-X-2 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Fighter 2

SDP-X-2 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Fighter 3

SDP-X-2 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Battloid 1

SDP-X-2 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Battloid 2 SDP-X-2 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Battloid 3


Rockwell Textron SDP-X-3 Anti-Spaceship Veritech, Experimental. (Third Stampede prototype.)

SDP-X-3 Anti-Spaceship Veritech Experimental Battloid


Rockwell Textron SDP-1 Stampede color schemes.

 SDP-1A Stampede Fighter 4

Carrier Air Group Commander’s SDP-1A Stampede, assigned SVF-65 aerospace fighter squadron on-board the UES Themistocles (a Tokugawa-class Super Dimensional Carrier).

SDP-1A Stampede Battloid 4

Though colorful, this livery was not representative a typical SDP-1 paint scheme. Most Stampedes were finished overall in gull gray with flat black leg and booster units. 


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Original artwork by: Shoji Kawamori, Miyatake Kazutaka, Haruhiko Mikimoto and Hidetaka Tenjin

Images Courtesy of Chad Wilson (Marchly) and the Macross Mecha Manual. Chad Wilson is given all credit for all images from the Macross Mecha Manual that have been utilized in this publication.

Content by Tim Wing

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