- VF/A-6 technical file
VF/A-6H (Block 40) 21st Mars Division, AFC-03 “From Mars” aircraft 162, Horizont-125 (September 2042)
This VF/A-6H was piloted by Lieutenant Scott Bernard during his time as a resistance fighter during the Invid Occupation. This aircraft was originally assigned to a Horizont assault ship with the 21st Mars Division, as its organic aerospace supremacy escort. This aircraft was recovered after the second Earth reclamation mission in 2042, and was laid up in storage until acquired by Lieutenant Bernard. This aircraft was finished in blue and white, which was typical for UEEF Veritechs serving in the aerospace-supremacy role.
VF/A-6I (Block 38) 7th Mars Division, AFC-011 “Dive and Attack” aircraft 1821, SDCS-08 UES Hammerhead (March 2043)
This VF/A-6I was flown by resistance fighters during the Invid Occupation. This aircraft was originally stationed on the UES Hammerhead, a Garfish-class Super Dimensional Light Cruiser with the 7th Mars Division. This aircraft was recovered at Point K, the assembly point for the remnants of the failed second Earth reclamation mission, in March 2043. This aircraft was finished in olive green and light gray, which was typical for UEEF Veritechs serving in the ground attack role.
VF/A-6Z (Block 44) 2nd Jupiter Division, AFC-012 “From Jupiter” aircraft 633, Moon Base AluCE II (May 2038)
This VF/A-6Z was flown by resistance fighters during the Invid Occupation. This aircraft was originally part of the 2nd Jupiter Division dispatched to Moon Base AluCE II. The aircraft was later forward deployed to Point K, the assembly point for the remnants of the failed second Earth reclamation mission, in March 2043. After the UEEF forces at Point K were destoyed, this aircraft was recovered by resistence fighters and used through the end of the Invid Occupation. This aircraft was finished in a non-typical bright red, indicative of either a squadron commander or, in this case, ace pilot. Typically, VF/A-6Z Alphas were painted in the aerospace supremacy scheme of blue and white.
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