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Pg 90~91VF-11-C: 644th TFW
A VF-11 assigned to the California Autonomous Region's George AFB (Air Force Base). The WW tail letters are something inherited from the US Air Force period. A dark green, green and dark blue camouflage has been applied, and the fin tips on the end of the tails are painted red. Below that, white and black checkers are painted. Even though the low visibility craft's nose and canopy frame are matte black, the insignia is the usual white and red.
A colourful orange, red and green stripe has been painted on the dorsal spine (the swelling on the back) behind the canopy. A missile piercing and apple has been drawn on the side of the left intake. Similarly to the tail, the letters and modex have been drawn on the back part that becomes the shield in battroid form.
Fuselage markings: WW, U.N.S. Air Force, 38VF-11-B: SVF-72 Black Eagles
An elaborately drawn stiff eagle head has been drawn in a black spade on the tail that's been painted the squadron colour yellow. The illustrated craft is the CAG's craft. Only half of the left wing has been painted red. This is so that the CAG doesn't forget about when he lost half of his left wing in a dogfight before this time. It seems that it was painted on with a self-admonishing meaning.
Fuselage markings: NG, U.N. Spacy, CV-404 Uraga, 200VF-11-B: SVF-110 Mighty Wings
The whole surface has been painted a blue-grey, and the nose anti-glare and canopy are matte black. Two chevrons pulling a blue wing has been drawn on the on the tail, which has been painted the squadron colour red. Note that the modex, which is usually in black or white, has become yellow.
Fuselage markings: WL, U.N. Spacy, CV-304, 207VF-11-C: No. ED 847 Craft
The Super Nova Project is the next main fighter competition work project at planet Eden's New Edwards Base. Even though there are 4 confirmed chaser planes in the project, this VF-11 is the exceptional craft among them. Though the number that attached it to the Edwards' Test Flight Centre was put onto it with the application of the chaser-use paint, due to the number on the engine, it's understood that this is a Shinsei Industry company craft that was loaned to the Unified Space Forces. Flare dispensers and internal armaments have been removed as it is a civilian craft. The whole surface has been painted white, and the coating of each wing from the leading edge is ordered in blue, white and red. Ever letter is black. Only the 'Super' on the horizontal stabilizer is red.
Fuselage markings: ED AF 847, U.N. Spacy, Super Nova - Shinsei Industry/U.N. Spacy, NP51SI
Pg 92~93VF-11-B: SVF-35 Blue Steels
Illustrated is the white-nosed CAG craft. The noses of the other aircraft in the squadron are painted the squadron colour blue. The dorsal FAST packs, which are painted entirely in blue with light grey rear ends, are the squadron's standard paint colours. However, the revolver cylinder that's been drawn on the sides is only on the CAG's craft.
Fuselage markings: NR, U.N. Spacy, CV--375, 100VF-11: SVF-41 Black Aces
The Black Aces drew an effective, grim marking of a skull with a spade eye-patch on their FAST packs. Not very many changes have been made to that marking from the time that it was used on the VF-1. The changes do appear to be to the extent of changing the letter colour from the squadron colour yellow to red.
Fuselage markings: AC, U.N. Spacy, CV-339 B.J. Gloval, 104VF-11-C: SVF-477 Stingers
A craft used for high-visuality, whose whole surface has been painted white, with the nose and the edges of the ventral fins in royal blue. The FAST packs are the standard light grey. A stripe, in the order of white, red, yellow and blue from the top, drawn on the dorsal FAST packs. A personal mark has been drawn next to the insignia on the side of the nose.
Fuselage markings: NF, U.N. Spacy, SDF-6, Dark Queen II, 302VF-11-B: SVF-411 Blue Lancers
The illustrated painting is when the squadron was assigned in 2035 to the CV-399 while it was cruising to a frontier emigrant planet. The squadron was successful in their duties with a calm paint scheme of a white line on dark blue, and grey FAST packs. Only the letters that were painted in red and yellow, and the blue line with a white border are in a colour scheme that attracts notice.
The large, white modex that are drawn on the tops of the FAST packs are impressive. The squadron that did their markings like this appears to have done it as an experiment, as other squadrons hadn't tried it.
Fuselage markings: NJ, U.N. Spacy, CV-399 Orion, 105
Pg 94~95VA-3: SVA-145 Cloud Dancers
A VA-3 squadron that was rapidly formed in the model conversion. Even though they participated in the Anti-Bodoru War, the majority had been lost without obtaining results.
Pictured is SVA-145, attached to CV-111 "Langley". The whole surface is light grey with blue and light blue stripe on the nose and tail. The nose radome colour and canopy frame are painted a different matte black.
Fuselage markings: AD, U.N. Spacy, 501VF-3: SVA-155
The SVA-155 attached to ARMD-5 "Akagi" are painted differently with the squadron colour green. Lightning is drawn on the back of the insignia, which is flamboyant even for the VA-3 squadrons.
After the Anti-Bodoru War, it was changed to an even more colourful painting with the addition of a star marking.
Fuselage markings: NG, U.N. Spacy, 603
Pg 95VF-5000: SVF-33
A ferris-camouflage experiment craft. The ferris-camouflage was applied in sea grey and light grey to the SVF-33's CAG craft. On behalf of the experiment, several VF-5000 from the same squadron participated, and all the test flights that included the camouflage painting were carried out over the period of several months.
Fuselage markings: AD, CV-332, 200VF-5000: SVF-71
Among the VF-5000 squadrons, very few have the high visuality painting of the SVF-71. The line of light blue, the squadron's colour, is beautiful. Even though the tail letters are a flashy orange-yellow, it is brought together in a chic colour tone with the the black painting of such things as the modex and letters.
Fuselage markings: NM, CV-217, 101VF-5000: SVF-313th TFW
A green and olive drab camouflaged craft. A white, blue and red lines are drawn on the tail. The squadron emblem is put over the lines. The emblem, which is a star and wings integrated with the mark of the Unified Forces, is the one from about the time the squadron used the VF-1.
Fuselage markings: RF, U.N.S AF28, Trans Galaxy U.N. Spacy 633SQD Mosquitoes
Pg 96VF-17: SVF-124 Moon Shooters
The VF-17 was first deployed to the SVF-124, a squadron that was separated and reorganized from the squadron commonly known as "Luna Guard", which was attached to Apollo Base on the moon's surface. Having been momentarily pleased when they were assigned to the Earth, they were ordered to escort a Super Long Range Emigration Fleet. It's not certain if it's true that the squadron members that stamped "Moon Shot!" on their aircraft did so in bitterness, as they were convinced that they were being banished.
Fuselage markings: NF, U.N. Spacy, 203VF-17: SVMF-45 Luna Guard
They are the squadron that the VF-17 was first deployed. Also, they are the only VF-17 squadron to be at the Apollo Base on the Moon's surface. Even though the white-trimmed blue line, red lettering and yellow moon on the tail were flashy markings, they were later reduced to low visibility markings by the reasoning that they were too flashy for a stealth craft.
Fuselage markings: BD, U.N. Spacy, 100VF-17: VT-25
The front of the white aircraft was painted differently with day-glow orange. This aircraft which is clear even to the eye, was assigned to the Unified Forces Naval Flight Test Centre were it was used for VF-17 model conversion training. The T model that was produced at the same time as the D and S models, whose deployment was being carried out, was accepted slightly earlier, and model conversion training was done smoothly and swiftly.
Fuselage markings: N, U.N. Spacy, 306
The YF-19 that carried out tests at Planet Eden's New Edwards Flight Centre. This is the No.2 craft. It is entirely painted in creme-yellow, black and red. With the exception of the modex that's drawn in white, insignia and the ejection deltas, no other special markings were applied.
Fuselage markings: 19
The No.1 craft that had it's rollout in July, 2039, and carried out it's first flight in September. Pictured is the Demonstrator at the time of it's first flight. The Next Main Fighter Competition Prototype project name logo is written on the airframe, even though it wasn't at the time of the roll-out.
The aircraft is painted blue and gloss white, and a gold strip is drawn along the side of the nose.
Fuselage markings: YF-19, Shinsei Industry/U.N. Spacy, Super Nova, 01
As the YF-21, which was a competition prototype along with the YF-19, was developed with emphasis placed on stealthiness, it became an aircraft that has a silhouette that differs from the VF series up until then. Because it is controlled by a brainwave sensing system, when compared to ordinary fighters, the YF-21's canopy is also at the minimum necessary level.
Fuselage markings: 21YF-21 Prototype No.1 Craft
The No.1 craft, which was made only for flight testing, has a differently shaped cockpit as it uses a normal control system. After the roll-out, it wasn't painted and carried out test flights with as is with a metallic skin. At present, it is being kept for spare parts for the No.2 craft.
Fuselage markings: 00