"What do you fly?"
"VCX-100."
"That is a quality ship."
Lando Calrissian and Han Solo[src]

The VCX-100 light freighter was one of the Corellian Engineering Corporation's freighter designs. A notable example of this model was the Ghost, a modified VCX-100 owned by Hera Syndulla.

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The Ghost firing its dorsal turret at an Imperial cruiser

The VCX-100 was outfitted with sleeping quarters, a galley, and a common room. Its armament comprised a dorsal turret and a frontal-turret, the latter being controlled by a gunner in its seat or from the cockpit. The cargo bay and main entrance ramp of the VCX-100 were mostly located in the front of the freighter, below the forward-turret. VCX-100s also had a slot in between its main engines, into which a VCX-series auxiliary starfighter could dock. The VCX-100 was also outfitted with a magnetic cargo clamp on its ventral plating, capable of holding several bulk containers.[1]

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"Sir, comscan has identified the Corellian VCX as the supply transport."
―An Imperial officer to ISB Agent Alexsandr Kallus, during the blockade of Ibaar[src]

The Ghost was one such VCX-100, piloted by Hera Syndulla.[13] In 0 BBY, the Ghost participated in the Battle of Scarif[15] and the Battle of Endor in 4 ABY.[18][19]

In 35 ABY,[20] at least three VCX-100 light freighters including the Ghost were part of a fleet assembled by Lando Calrissian to assist the Resistance during the battle against the Sith Eternal forces over the planet Exegol.[17]

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