V8-99 Sphinx
Origin Flag of the United States United States
Role V-TOL Transport
General characteristics
Crew 2 pilots
Length 63.0 ft (19.20 m)
Height 22.1 ft. (6.73 m)
Loaded weight 13,000 lb (6,000 kg)
Maximum speed 345 mph (557 km/h)
Range 515 miles (825 km)

The V8-99 Sphinx is a Joint Strike Force helicopter. It is a V-TOL transport, a redesign of the V-22 Osprey. It had windows and an emergency exit and was piloted by two people.

After years of controversy and scrutiny, the tilt-rotor aircraft was finally perfected with the V8-99 Sphinx. The first generation of this aircraft saw action throughout the Middle East and Afghanistan. The V8-99 is the primary light/medium transport aircraft used by the JSF.

It has little noticeable differences compared to the V-22 Osprey. The only obvious ones would be the added fins right next to the wing rotors; and the fact that the wings seem to "fracture" into two parts during VTOL (unlike the V-22, which just changes its rotors positioning)

Ghost ReconEdit

During World War III, a Ghost Recon team led by Captain Alexander Brent used a Sphinx during the operation to hunt the Snow Maiden. It was shot down, but the pilots and soldiers survived.


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