A plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the VF-0's Battroid form, which appeared as the latest weapon of the integrated army in the OVA "Macross Zero" play, with a completely new mold. The head can be selected from S type and A type. Three molding colors are available: white, gray, and clear. Can be assembled without using adhesive (excluding some parts). Each joint and main wing can be moved. The wrist is designed with movable fingers. As standard equipment, you can select the leg fast pack. With a gun pod. VF-0S Integrated Army Skull Squadron Roy Focker and VF-0A Integrated Army affiliation aircraft (general aircraft) decals included.
The Northrop Grumman/Bellcom VF-0 Phoenix variable fighter was an advanced limited production prototype for the VF-1 Valkyrie which served as a flight test unit, later becoming a frontline fighter in 2008 before mass production commenced in November 2008. It was developed with Overtechnology obtained from the massive alien space ship ASS-1 that crashed on Earth back in the year 1999.
In most respects, the VF-0 resembled the VF-1, although its legs were longer because it was outfitted with an EGF-127 turbofan engines used by conventional fighter jets that were larger and bulkier than the intended thermonuclear engines which were not rolled out in time. Numerous fine details also differ between units, such as head designs. The VF-0D's wings were also very different, replacing the variable sweep wings with a canard-delta configuration. Though it showed positive performance data, it would ultimately not be adopted for the VF-1.