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Incom Corporation was a starship manufacturer in the galaxy whose designs included starfighters, airspeeders, and transports.


In the High Republic Era, the Incom Corporation manufactured starfighters like the Z-24 Buzzbug, the Z-28 Skywing,[7] and the Z-29 Skyhawk.[8] They later gained additional prominence during the last years of the Galactic Republic, developing the multi-purpose and durable Z-95 Headhunter starfighter[9] in cooperation with the Sublights Products Corporation ("Subpro"). With the outbreak of the Clone Wars, it produced a variant of the Z-95 that saw prolific use with the Republic Navy during the conflict,[1] as well as the Aggressive ReConnaissance-170 starfighter, or ARC-170, which also saw service with the Republic.[2]

Incom later went on to develop at least two airspeeder designs for both military and civilian use; the T-47 airspeeder that the Rebel Alliance modified into "snowspeeders" on Hoth, and the popular T-16 skyhopper was used by youths on many worlds.[2]

Incom's UT-60D

However, Incom's most notable product was the T-65B X-wing starfighter used by the Rebel Alliance.[10] Designed with the Z-95 and ARC-170 Clone Wars-era fighters in mind,[11] the venerable snub-fighter, though initially in public use, was extensively fielded by the Rebel Alliance throughout the Galactic Civil War against the Galactic Empire.[12]

Shortly thereafter, Incom went go on to produce the UT-60D U-wing starfighter/support craft, as well as a civilian counterpart, the BT-45D U-wing. However, along with many other corporations during this period, Incom was Imperialized in order to be directly administered by the Empire, thus cutting short the production lines of craft like the U-wing.[3] Despite this, by the time of the First Order's rise to power, Incom had reformed into Incom-FreiTek Corporation, which went on to produce the T-70 and the T-85 X-wing fighters.[13][14]


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