- T-65 X-wing
- Pilots: Biggs Darklighter, Garven Dreis, Thane Kyrell, Wedge Antilles, 1 Blue Squadron
Escort, 1 Red Squadron Veteran
- Upgrades: 1 Ion Torpedoes, 1 R2 Astromech, 1 R4 Astromech, 1 Selfless, 1 Servomotor
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The T65 X-wing was the all-purpose starfighter of the Rebel Alliance and its successor governments developed by Incom Corporation. The T65 X-Wing was renowned for its versatility and exceptional combat performance. So much so that it became a preferred favorite of pilots of both the Rebel Alliance and New Republic after the Galactic Civil War.
Its versatility was and exceptional combat skills were due in large part to all of the accessories that it possessed. It had a built in deflector shield, a hyperdrive, an astromech slot for repairs and navigation, and a compliment of proton torpedoes. This versatility allowed the T65 X-wing to launch surprise raids with far greater improved odds of success during the Galactic Civil War period.
The T65 X-Wing played a pivotal role in the Galactic Civil war once it was captured and its designers defected to the Rebel Alliance. It was most heralded as renowned as the starfighter that destroyed the Death Star at the hands of Luke Skywalker. Later on in the Galactic Civil War it would form the very backbone of the Alliance Starfighter Corps. It would defend Alliance ships and lead attacks on imperial vessels and instillations. Most importantly, when piloted by an experience pilot, it was capable of performing on near equal terms with the Empire’s high standards for tie fighter pilots.The T65 X-wing was so predominately flown by Rebel and New Republic forces that it became a symbol of their faction, just as the Tie Fighter and Star Destroyer became the symbols of the Empire.
With the continued upgrades to the designs and improved tactics of the T65 X-wing over the course of its lifetime and evolution it allowed the T65 X-wing to remain one of the galaxies predominate multi-role starfighters for over 40 years. Along with its role in the Galactic Civil War it became a symbol of rebellion, freedom, and the New Republic.
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