The twinning behavior of a commercial Ti-6Al-4V alloy is studied using a combined experimental and numerical approach. An extensive microstructural investigation was performed to identify and quantify the active twin systems. The mechanical behavior as a function of initial texture and strain rate was then modeled using a visco-plastic self-consistent crystal plasticity code (VPSC7). Earlier obtained quasi-static and dynamic data served to fit the parameters of the model, giving good agreement. However, even if the model gave qualitatively good predictions of the stress-strain curves and the texture evolution for the different loadings, the calculated twin fractions differed considerably of the experimental results.