|Role|| Fighter (Zero)|
|Variants|| ADFX-01 Block1 Morgan |
|Operators|| Principality of Belka|
United Nations Forces
|Appearances|| Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War|
Ace Combat Infinity
- "A prototype fighter created by the UN Forces based on plans from an unspecified country. It can be equipped with powerful weapons such as the "TLS" (Tactical Laser System) and "MPBM" (Multi-Purpose Burst Missiles)."
- ― Short Description from Ace Combat Infinity
The ADFX-01 was a fighter aircraft developed in the early 1980s by the South Belka Munitions Factory as a platform for next-generation weapon systems. It was intended to surpass any mass production fighter in performance. The ADFX-01 had a twin in the form of the ADFX-02, which shared its body design and its edge over conventional jets; however, the 02 unit had a reinforced airframe as well as the ability to carry multiple weapons simultaneously.
The ADFX-01 was never deployed in battle by Belka, nor was it one of the technologies stolen by A World With No Boundaries. The plane was later found and confiscated by the former Allied Forces, becoming property of the Osean Federation for the next fifteen years.
Plans for developing the ADFX-01 were discovered by the UNF in the USEA Federation during Operation Eternal Liberation. USEA had not completed a model by the time the plans were seized. The UNF used these plans to create their own line of ADFX-01s, beginning with the prototype Block1 line. This prototype was awarded to some mercenaries operating with the UNF for testing in combat.
After successful tests, the UNF greenlit mass production of the base model. This model was far more powerful than the Block1 model, incorporating more TLS shots as well as the Multi-Purpose Burst Missile. Additionally, all of its stats are superior to the Block1.
Ace Combat InfinityEdit
- "A prototype fighter created by the UN Forces based on plans from an unspecified country. It is classified as a supreme aircraft within the 4.5th generation of fighter aircraft and can be equipped with powerful weapons such as the "TLS" (Tactical Laser System) and "MPBM" (Multi-Purpose Burst Missiles). It features forward-swept wings and canards resulting in high maneuverability despite its size as a large scale aircraft. However, during the golden age of stealth aircraft, the ADFX-01 Morgan failed to prove its worth and has remained a prototype ever since. Its codename is "Morgan," a reference to a fairy from the King Arthur legends."
- ― Hangar
How to Unlock
- The ADFX-01 Morgan was only available as a Limited-Time Drop during the month of July 2014. Players who received the aircraft by luck after completing an Online Co-Op or Team Deathmatch mission would get full research for Level 1. Any player who did not receive the aircraft during this time period cannot obtain it.
Please note that each consecutive aircraft level does improve on all of the aircraft's statistics, even if the letter grade doesn't change.
- Standard: Larry Foulke livery; ghost white body with a red right wing
Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan WarEdit
- "Developed from an experimental aircraft of the South Belka National Weapons Plant, this all-weather multi-purpose aircraft's attack and defensive capabilities far exceed that of any other fighter."
- ― Hangar
How to Unlock
- A player must complete the campaign of Ace Combat Zero three times, each time ending with a different Ace Style (Mercenary, Soldier, Knight). This doesn't have to be consecutive, and difficulty does not play a factor.
- Speed: Mid-High
- Air-to-Air: High
- Air-to-Ground: High
- Mobility: Mid-High
- Stability: Medium
- Defense: Mid-High
- Standard: Light red, codenamed "Coppertone"
- Mercenary: Multi-tone blue camouflage pattern, codenamed "Luft-T3"
- Soldier: Black, codenamed "Sperber"
- Knight: Reflective gold
- Special: Chrome black
- Wingman: Larry Foulke livery; ghost white body with a red right wing
- According to Aces At War: A History, the Morgan utilizes a GiL30mm cannon.
- The dashboard design of the ADFX-01 was later adapted by the ASF-X Shinden II from Ace Combat: Assault Horizon. Ironically enough, both aircraft were later featured in Infinity.