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To: Minister Neville Avice of @Seylos
From: Jenny Erlandsen, Sales Executive of Aamotech Aerospace

 

Minister Avice,

I would like to thank you for your previous order of Aamotech's VTOL unit, and for now returning to us to carry out some much needed modernisation work. While the units utilised state-of-the-art technology at the time of their development, they have since become outdated and are in need of improvement with newer technologies. 

Having reviewed the condition of your existing fifty units, and the work required to upgrade them to a satisfactory level, alongside having investigated the possibility of the development of a successor to the Sveverstråle, Aamotech Aerospace can now propose the following: 

  • Aamotech Aerospace will receive ten (10) of your existing 'Harrier II' units. By delegating engine improvements to GAe Systems of @Gallambria and upgrading the avionics internally, these ten now-Harrier IIIA units will be completed by November 2018.
  • Aamotech Aerospace will also begin the research and development of the proposed 'Harrier IIIB' project, which will succeed the existing Sveverstråle in Aamotech's fleet. Aamotech estimate that this concept will have a maximum speed in excess of 730mph, a combat radius of 1,100 miles, a ferry range of 3,000 miles, and a service ceiling of 16,000 metres. The first of these units can be readied for June 2019, with the complete order being fulfilled by September 2019.

Hopefully this proposal is satisfactory for the needs of your air force. If there are any further queries or suggestions, Aamotech are more than happy to answer them.

 

Regards,

Jenny Erlandsen, Sales Executive

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To: Minister Neville Avice of @Seylos
From: Jenny Erlandsen, Sales Executive of Aamotech Aerospace

 

Minister Avice,

 

I am pleased to confirm that your ten refreshed Aamotech VTOL units, project name Harrier IIIA, have been upgraded and completed on schedule. Having received payment for this refresh, the units are now en-route back to Seylos. The relevant preparatory information documents have also been dispensed, to educate your pilots and engineers on the changes and any changes in procedure. These units will be with you by the end of the week.

To provide an update on the new VTOL successor, project name Harrier IIIB, the research and development process has come to an end. Aamotech will use existing surplus VTOL units as test beds, for safety and procedure testing. If all goes to plan, the manufacturing of the final approved units will begin in March 2019, with the first of them being delivered approximately in May 2019. Aamotech aims to have the entirety of this order completed by September 2019, barring any perceived delays, of which there are none. 

Upon the completion of this order, Aamotech Aerospace would like to offer to collect any unwanted VTOL units, project name Harrier II, that you may have. This will allow for these unwanted units to be deconstructed and recycled as per Aamotech's end of life guidelines, and I am pleased to offer this service to you for free. We hope you are satisfied with the refresh units provided.

 

Regards,

Jenny Erlandsen, Sales Executive

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