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VF-19S Super Battroid Aerospace

VF-19S Super Fighter Aerospace

GU-15 Gun Pod

Super Pack Micro-Missiles

Shinsei Industry VF-19S Super Excalibur Aerospace

Technical Data

Equipment Type: UNAF/UNS main advanced variable fighter
Unofficial codename: Blazer Valkyrie
Government: U.N. Air Force, U.N. Spacy
Manufacturer: Shinsei Industry
Introduction: 2041
Operational Deployment: 2041
Accommodation: pilot only in pressurized canopy
  • Battroid Mode: height 15.48 meters (without beam gun)
  • Fighter Mode: wingspan 13.52 meters; height 3.94 meters; length 18.47 meters
  • GERWALK Mode: wingspan 13.53 meters
  • Mass: empty 8.62 metric tons; booster and super part weight unknown
    Structure: SWAG energy conversion armor, stealth composition
    Power Plant: two Shinsei Industry/P&W/Roice FF-2550J thermonuclear turbine engines (see analysis in Macross Technical Manual section for further information)
    Propulsion: 78,950 [68,500] kg [x g] x 2 (maximum output in outerspace) (774.5 kN x 2); 2 x Aerospace Boosters (thruster output unknown); 2 x rear afterburner intakes encircling engine/lower leg nozzles; 2 x two-dimensional independent vectored thrust nozzles for enhanced V/STOL performance and maneuverability; many x P&W HMM-7 high-maneuverability vernier thrusters (featuring encircling vernier slits around engine/lower leg nozzles)
  • Fighter Mode: cruise speed at 10,000 m Mach 5.1+; max cruise speed at 30,000+ m Mach 25+ [(8.5+ km/s)]; max rate of climb at S/L 68,000 meters/minute
  • g limit: +35.5/- 19.5
    Design Features: 3-mode variable transformation; forward-swept delta-wing combination main wing (VF-19F, VF-19S); variable geometry sweep (VG) wing; vertical take-off and landing (VTOL); supersonic cruise and maneuvering in region of Mach 5.0+ below the stratosphere; two-dimensional thrust vectoring (independent pivot); capable of attaining unassisted orbital velocity over an Earth-class planet; wrap-around imaging monitor system in cockpit (all modes); anti-projectile (bulletproof) shield; internal weapons bays with medium-range high maneuverability missiles (engine/leg sections); fighter-scale pin-point barrier system (allows for armor simplification and light weight); active stealth system; 3 x special equipment hard point stations for optional 2 x space/atmospheric conformal propellant tanks and optional 1 x space/atmospheric fighter fold booster; strengthened communications and armaments
    - Armament -
  • 2 x fixed internal laser cannons (mounted in both leading wing roots with exit ports)
  • 1 x small-bore rear anti-aircraft beam gun (mounted center dorsal section in Fighter/GERWALK mode, becomes head turret in Battroid mode)
  • 4 x fixed rear anti-aircraft laser cannons (mounted center dorsal section in Fighter/GERWALK mode, side of head turret in Battroid mode)
  • 1 x Howard GU-15 new standard external gatling gun pod (mounted ventral fuselage in Fighter mode or in manipulator in GERWALK/Battroid modes).
  • 1 x fixed fighter-carried pin-point barrier system
  • 1 x standard bulletproof (anti-projectile) shield (mounted center rear dorsal fuselage in Fighter mode, mounted on arm in GERWALK/Battroid modes)
  • Bombs & Missiles:
  • 2 x internal Little Rock launch systems featuring 12 [previously 24] x high maneuverability micro-missiles OR 6 x medium-range high maneuverability missiles each (mounted ventral side fuselage in Fighter mode, lower legs in GERWALK/Battroid modes); pallet can be alternately equipped with other weapon packs
  • 2 x Aerospace Boosters and Super Part weapon units with micro-missiles (mounted dorsal engine nacelles in Fighter mode; side shoulders in GERWALK/Battroid modes)
  • Optional Armament:
  • 1 x spiritia absorption pod

  • Description and History

    Emerald Force, consisting of VF-19 Excalibur variable fighters, participated in the extremely dangerous Operation Stargazer in February 2046. In anticipation of heavy combat against a much larger enemy force, the VF-19S Excalibur variable fighters of Emerald Force were equipped with Space/Atmospheric Super Parts. These units provided the VF-19S Valkyries with increased additional thrust and a large complement of missile ordnance. Designed to be more aerodynamic, the Boosters could be used within the atmosphere of a planet as well as within the vacuum of space.

    Production Notes

    Debut: Macross 7, Episode 44
    Pilot(s): Docker
    Other appearances: none
    Original mechanical designer: Shoji Kawamori

    Line Art

  • battroid mode line art (with Super Parts/Aerospace Boosters)
  • fighter mode line art (with Super Parts/Aerospace Boosters)
  • Information Courtesy of the Macross Compendium:
    Images From - Macross 7 Animation Materials and other macross books
    C. Wilson - Writer, Editor and Colorist