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QF-2200D-A Ghost

 

qf-2200d-a

 

General and Technical Data

 

Model number: QF-2200D-A
Code name: Ghost
Unit type: unmanned stealth fighter
Manufacturer: unknown
Operator: U.N. Navy

Rollout: unknown
First deployment: AD 2002
Accommodation: none
Dimensions: unknown
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: unknown
Powerplant: P&H/Shinnakasu F136C turbofan jet engine; power output rating unknown
Propulsion: unknown

Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; AI control system with remote control option
Fixed armaments: 5 x micro-missile launcher, mounted in nose

 

Technical and Historical Notes

 

The QF-2200D-A Ghost was an unmanned reconnaissance fighter used by the U.N. forces during and after the Unification Wars. The Ghost entered mass production in 2002, and the relative lack of OverTechnology in its design made it a low cost unit. With its stealth design, the Ghost was intended for low altitude reconnaissance missions and featured an additional sensor system. Although controlled by an autonomous onboard AI, the Ghost could also be remote controlled from the ground or by an orbiting satellite. The Ghost was armed with five micro-missile launchers. By 2009, the QF-2200D model was replaced with its next generation successor, the QF-3000E Ghost.

 

Miscellaneous Information

 

Appearances: Macross Zero

Original mechanical designer: Kazutaka Miyatake

 

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