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Black One was one of the T-70 X-wing starfighters used by Poe Dameron of the Resistance as the leader of Black Squadron and then later leading both Red and Blue squadrons at the Assault on Starkiller Base. Poe used the ship to destroy the thermal oscilator of Starkiller Base which would lead to the destruction of the entire planet. BB-8 could fit into the Astromech Slot on the fighter. Black One had black markings as well as orange streaks.

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Poe Dameron used the X-wing during many missions with Black Squadron for the Resistance while having trouble with Captain Phasma, Agent Terex, Grakkus the Hutt and others.

Poe took a different X-wing to Jakku when he met with Lor San Tekka to get the map to the location of Luke Skywalker off him for General Leia Organa. That X-wing was destroyed and Poe used Black One during the Battle on Takodana, saving the lives of Han Solo, Chewbacca, Finn and recovering the map from BB-8 which had been given to the droid on Jakku before Dameron's capture.

Poe led the Assault on Starkiller Base in the cockpit of Black One with BB-8 as his co-pilot. Entering the thermal oscilator with the help of Han Solo and his team inside, he blew up the entire planet.

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The X-wing is destroyed

The X-wing was destroyed sometime after the Assault on Starkiller Base by First Order forces when Poe Dameron and BB-8 couldn't reach it in time.

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