The DBR2-17 Falcon, used as an anti-infantry and anti-light-tank fighter. Due to its light armaments and armour, commanders are advised not to deploy the Falcon to locations where air supremacy is in doubt.
About this creation
Although a VTOL craft, landing is more of an art form than a science, thanks to the mixture of skids and wheels.
Two pilots gives twice the control
Are you lookin' at me, boy?
Twin Rulat high-power drives give the Falcon a high manoeuverability, hovering and VTOL capabilities.
Armaments include two heavy cannons, mounted at the nose, and four hardpoints for anti-tank missiles. A variety of missiles are available for different combat roles, although most crews prefer the AT configuration.
I really want to build this one, but will need time to get back to my collection (am currently many hundreds of miles away). I hadn't noticed the alien-esque similarity - the original idea came from the troop transport in the Final Fantasy film. Thanks for the comments, guys!