ARC-170 Starfighter (23)Full unit name: ARC-170 Starfighter
Last updated: 13.02.2024 20:43:01
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First appearance: Star Wars Obsession, part 3
Relations: Incom Corporation
Incom Corporation
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, Subpro
Subpro
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Battle of Coruscant (ROTS) (1)
Summary
The Aggressive ReConnaissance-170 starfighter, also known as the ARC-170 starfighter and Advanced Recon fighter, was a heavy starfighter that saw widespread use by the Republic Navy throughout the Clone Wars. The ARC-170 was jointly produced by Incom
Incom Corporation
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and Subpro Corporation
Subpro
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and was an ancestor of the T-65 X-wing starfighter
T-65 X-Wing
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, which would be mainly used by the Alliance to Restore the Republic. Like their other starfighter designs of its time, such as the lighter Z-95
Z-95 Headhunter
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, and the heavier PTB-625, and NTB-630, the ARC-170 had a narrow spaceframe flanked by large engines. The ARC-170 also possessed an S-foil system, which helped to radiate heat, something that aided the fighter's shielding. This also provided additional stability during atmospheric flight. Using its front deflector shield projectors to disperse heat generated from air resistance, the ARC-170 could reach hypersonic speeds in atmospheric flight . The ARC-170 was a departure from other starfighter designs of the Clone Wars era. Fighters such as the Alpha-3 Nimbus
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and the Eta-2 Actis
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were built to be small, fast, and maneuverable, at the cost of heavy weapons, shields, and hyperdrives. On the other hand, the ARC-170 was large, rugged, and capable of long independent operations.

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Full unit name: ARC-170 Starfighter Last updated: 13.02.2024 20:43:01