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The V-22 was also present during the [[Lighthouse War]], utilized by both the [[Osean Air Defense Force]] and the restored [[Erusean Air Force]]. During an [[Operation Deer Horn|Erusean bombing raid on Fort Grays Island]], Osean V-22s were used to temporarily move [[IUN]] personnel to a safer area.<ref name="AC7-M01">{{Cite game|AC7|M01}}</ref> During [[Operation Lighthouse Keeper]], [[Vincent Harling]] and [[Johnson|Colonel Johnson]] commandeered an Erusean Air Force V-22 in an attempt to escape the [[Erusea]]n controlled [[International Space Elevator]]. The aircraft was shot down during a dogfight between IUN fighters and Erusean [[MQ-101]] [[Unmanned aerial vehicle|UCAV]]s, resulting in the deaths of Johnson and Harling.<ref name="AC7-M04">{{Cite game|AC7|M04}}</ref>
 
The V-22 was also present during the [[Lighthouse War]], utilized by both the [[Osean Air Defense Force]] and the restored [[Erusean Air Force]]. During an [[Operation Deer Horn|Erusean bombing raid on Fort Grays Island]], Osean V-22s were used to temporarily move [[IUN]] personnel to a safer area.<ref name="AC7-M01">{{Cite game|AC7|M01}}</ref> During [[Operation Lighthouse Keeper]], [[Vincent Harling]] and [[Johnson|Colonel Johnson]] commandeered an Erusean Air Force V-22 in an attempt to escape the [[Erusea]]n controlled [[International Space Elevator]]. The aircraft was shot down during a dogfight between IUN fighters and Erusean [[MQ-101]] [[Unmanned aerial vehicle|UCAV]]s, resulting in the deaths of Johnson and Harling.<ref name="AC7-M04">{{Cite game|AC7|M04}}</ref>
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<span class="spoiler"> The [[Erusean Royal Navy]] also used the V-22 during the same conflict. During [[Operation Domino]], in which the Osean Air Force launched a surprise attack on the Navy at [[Anchorhead]], multiple V-22s were used to evacuate high ranking Navy officers in the city.
   
 
The V-22 eventually received a [[Connection For Flight Interface|COFFIN]] variant, the [[V-22B Osprey|V-22B]].{{Ref|AC3-MWV-023|''[[Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book]]'', page 023.}}
 
The V-22 eventually received a [[Connection For Flight Interface|COFFIN]] variant, the [[V-22B Osprey|V-22B]].{{Ref|AC3-MWV-023|''[[Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book]]'', page 023.}}

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ISAF soldier[1]

The V-22[2] is a transportation helicopter that features a special tiltrotor design. It has made few appearances in the Ace Combat franchise.

Design

V-22 AC04 Perfect Guide

The V-22 model used in Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies

The V-22 was designed in 1982[3] as the first practical tiltrotor VTOL aircraft in history. When a V-22 takes off, its rotors are pointed upward like a typical helicopter to provide lift. After takeoff, the V-22 lowers its rotors towards the front to provide stable flight.[2]

The V-22's specifications are as follows:[2]

  • Length: 17.47 m
  • Width: 25.78 m
  • Height: 5.28 m
  • Weight: 14,460 kg
  • Top Speed: Mach 0.5
  • Cruising Distance: 2,224 km

History

V-22s were in service with the Federal Erusea Air Force during the Continental War. During Operation Autumn Thunder, Erusea's top military leaders attempted to escape using four V-22s. All were shot down during the operation. However, a fifth V-22 was supposed to take off and attempt escape as well, carrying the Erusean Supreme Commander at the time; for some reason, it never took off, and the supreme commander had died due to some circumstance by the time ISAF discovered the chopper.[1]

The V-22 was also present during the Lighthouse War, utilized by both the Osean Air Defense Force and the restored Erusean Air Force. During an Erusean bombing raid on Fort Grays Island, Osean V-22s were used to temporarily move IUN personnel to a safer area.[4] During Operation Lighthouse Keeper, Vincent Harling and Colonel Johnson commandeered an Erusean Air Force V-22 in an attempt to escape the Erusean controlled International Space Elevator. The aircraft was shot down during a dogfight between IUN fighters and Erusean MQ-101 UCAVs, resulting in the deaths of Johnson and Harling.[5]

The Erusean Royal Navy also used the V-22 during the same conflict. During Operation Domino, in which the Osean Air Force launched a surprise attack on the Navy at Anchorhead, multiple V-22s were used to evacuate high ranking Navy officers in the city.

The V-22 eventually received a COFFIN variant, the V-22B.[3]

Gallery

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Siege of Farbanti, Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies - Perfect Guide, page 185.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere - Mission & World View Guide Book, page 023.
  4. Mission 01: "Charge Assault", Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown.
  5. Mission 04: "Rescue", Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown.
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