The VF-X is the non-transforming test-bed for the first Variable Fighters.

Technology & Combat CharacteristicsEdit

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.