VF-1 Valkyrie

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The VF-1 Valkyrie was the primary variable fighter used during Space War 1

The VF-1 Valkyrie is the mass produced variable fighter introduced by the U.N. Spacy in 2009. Initially thought to be just an updated F-14 (from an observers standpoint), The fighter has 3 modes of transformation. It was designed to fight aliens (specifically Giants) that were found about the SDF-1 when it crashed. The VF-1 has thermonuclear engines for power and multiple thrusters for space operations. It served from 2009 till 2015 when it was replaced by the VF-4 Lightning III.

Over 40 years later the VF-1 can still be found in various frontier colonies and space forces. Civilians are required to have the weapons stripped off, but officers were allowed to keep their old Valkyries and they were upgraded with modern avionics and engines. Milia Jenis, the mayor of Macross 7 kept her VF-1J (it was destroyed that year). Basara Nekki flew one to watch & sing with the Space Whales in 2045. Poachers had rigged their VF-1's to kill and harvest the whales.


VF-1 Valkyrie Variable Fighter Mode
VF-1 Valkyrie Variable Fighter Mode
  • Two Shinnakasu Heavy Industry/P&W/Roice FF-2001 thermonuclear reaction turbine engines (with thermonuclear reactor and MHD), each rated at 11500 kg [x g] class (23000 kg [x g] in overboost) and 650 MW in generation power. Engines generate 17,680 PS during ground combat, or 956 PS/t with standard take-off mass.
  • The VF-1S version has Shinnakasu Heavy Industry/P&W/Roice FF-2001D engines.
  • The VF-1X Plus has Shinnakasu Heavy Industry/P&W/Roice FF-2079J thermonuclear turbine engines, each rated at 15000 kg [x g] class.
  • The VT-1C has custom tuned Shinnakasu Heavy Industry/P&W/Roice FF-2001 engines, each rated at approximately 10000 kg [x g] class.
  • Two-dimensional exhaust nozzles, for enhanced V/STOL performance and maneuverability. Rectangular underfuselage air intakes with intake vane, variable ramps, and retractable cover shutters in Battroid mode or space use.
  • Superconducting ram-air pre-compressors in forward engine nacelles and main compressors to the fore of thermonuclear reactors.
  • Four Shinnakasu Heavy Industry NBS-1 high-thrust vernier thrusters. (One counter reverse vernier thruster nozzle on the side of each leg nacelle air intake, and wing thruster roll control system on each wingtip.)
  • Eighteen P&W LHP04 low-thrust vernier thrusters beneath multipurpose hook/handles. Vernier thrusters with chemical fuel tanks in backpack section in GERWALK and Battroid modes. Vernier system below nose and in aft engine nacelles.
  • Fluid pulse actuators enable transformation.
  • Two cooling sub-air intake/airframe lift adjustment slits located on forward main body in Fighter mode.
  • Wing intergral tanks and engine nacelle propellant tanks.
  • Option of Shinnakasu Heavy Industry GBP-1S ground-combat protector weapon system with two assist thrusters; atmospheric-escape booster system with four 22500 kg [x g] class conventional rocket engines; or Shinnakasu Heavy Industry FAST Pack space booster system with two 120000 kg [x g] class (for 150 seconds at maximum thrust) P&W+EF-2001 booster thrusters, two leg/engine-pod-mounted CTB-04 conformal propellant tanks (for both propellant and coolant), and numerous high-maneuverability vernier thrusters in two dorsal-mounted NP-BP-01 (NP-BP-T1 on VT-1, NR-BP-E3 on VE-1) and two leg/engine-pod-mounted NP-FB-01 (NP-FB-T1 on VT-1, NR-FS-E3 on VE-1) systems. The VT-1's FAST Pack space booster variant includes enhanced vernier thrusters and an additional tail unit booster. Option of dorsal space/atmospheric booster pods (VT-1C).


VF-1 Variable Fighter Gerwalk Mode
VF-1 Variable Fighter Gerwalk Mode
  • VF-X: Non-transformable variable-wing flight test version.
  • VF-X-1: Transformable prototype developmental version.
  • VF-0: Transformable prototype with conventional engines
  • VF-1A: Standard UN Spacy version manufactured by licensee Northrom. One head-turret-mounted RÖV-20 laser gun.
  • VF-1B: VF-1A version upgraded by the "Half-S" retrofit (overhauled avionics and S-type head unit).
  • VF-1D: Two-seater version. Two RÖV-20 laser guns and two TV camera eye systems.
  • VF-1J: Version manufactured by licensee Shinnakasu Heavy Industry and assigned to air team and squadron leaders. Two RÖV-20 laser guns on improved Kyuusei-Industry-designed head unit. The out-of-sequence "J" designation is believed to represent the abbreviation of the region of its origin.
  • VF-1S: Version manufactured in limited numbers by licensee Northrom and assigned to squadron leaders and CAGs. Four RÖV-20 laser guns, enhanced avionics identical to VF-1A's Block 12 design, newly-redesigned Kyuusei Industry head turret, improved FF-2001D engine with greater engine thrust.
  • VF-1X: Modernized version with completely upgraded materials, avionics and power plants. Upgraded model for frontier units and officers.
  • VEFR-1: Two-seater version with detection and electronic equipment for reconnaisance, ECM, and ECCM missions. This version includes a rotary overhead radome, electronic surveillance pod mounted on the arm,detection equipment in the wing, and retractable detectors in lieu of hands.
  • VT-1: Two-seater trainer version, manufactured by licensee Northrom, normally equipped with Shinnakasu Heavy Industry NR-BP-T1 FAST Pack booster variant with enlarged propellant tanks and no missile pods, NP-FB-T1 conformal tanks, NP-AU-T1 arm units with no micro-missiles
  • VT-1C: Version produced for civilian use
  • VE-1: Two-seater version similar to VT-1 with Shinnakasu Heavy Industry early warning and electronic warfare pack developed in cooperation with Bifors, which includes NR-BP-E3 FAST Pack booster variant with rotary radome; NR-SR-E3 (right) and NR-SL-E3 (left) arm-mounted containers with HF, VHF, and VLF antennae; and two NR-FS-E3 attachments with side surveillance radar systems.


  • Fixed Mauler RÖV-20 anti-aircraft laser cannon (One in VF-1A, two in VF-1D and VF-1J, and four in VF-1S), firing 6000 pulses per minute, mounted under nose in Fighter and GERWALK mode or on head turret in Battroid mode.
  • Standard external 55 mm Howard GU-11 three-barrel gatling gun pod mounted under central fuselage in Fighter mode or in manipulator or stored on arm hard point in GERWALK and Battroid modes with 200 rds fired at 1200 rds per minute.
  • Four pivoting underwing hard points for twelve AMM-1 hybrid guided multipurpose missiles each with four stabilizers which extend during launch (three on each hard point), twelve MK-82 LDGB conventional bombs (three on each hard point), six RMS-1 large anti-ship reaction missiles (two on each outboard hard point and one on each inboard hard point), four UUM-7 micro-missile pods (one on each hard point) each carrying up to fifteen Bifors HMM-01 micro-missiles, or a combination of the above missiles.
  • The VT-1C can be equipped with Galactic Whale-capturing harpoon-shooting pod with harpoon approximately 5 meters long.
  • Option of Shinnakasu Heavy Industry GBP-1S ground-combat protector weapon system with fifty-six 28-cm-diameter Erlikon GH-32 Grenade Crusher high maneuverability micro-missiles (twenty-two mounted in two shoulder launchers, ten mounted in two chest launchers, sixteen mounted in side leg launchers, and eight mounted in rear leg launchers), eighteen Erlikon GA-100 Crusher high-speed armor-penetrating projectiles mounted in two lower arm launchers, and six Ramington H-22T large hand grenades mounted on torso.

The VT-1 and VE-1 normally carry no armament.

Shinnakasu FAST Pack "Super" augmentative space weapon system (Macross Series)

  • 6 x micro-missiles in two NP-AR-01 micro-missile launcher pods (mounted rear-ward under center ventral section in Fighter mode or on lower arm sections in GERWALK/Battroid mode)
  • 24 x micro missiles (estimated count) in two HMMP-02 micro-missile launcher pods

Shinnakasu FAST Pack "Strike" augmentative space weapon system (SDF Macross: Do You Remember Love)

  • 6 x micro-missiles in two NP-AR-01 micro-missile launcher pods (mounted rear-ward under center ventral section in Fighter mode or on lower arm sections in GERWALK/Battroid mode)
  • 12 x micro missiles (estimated count) in one HMMP-02 micro-missile launcher pod (mounted port)
  • 1 x Mauler RO-X2A high-powered double-action beam cannon pod (mounted starboard)
VF-1S Strike Valkyrie
VF-1S Strike Valkyrie
General Information Edit
Thing Name VF-1 Valkyrie
Japanese Name:
Romaji Name:
Aliases Valkyrie Fighter
1st manga book:
1st anime episode: Macross #1
1st anime movie: Super Dimensional Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love
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