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Analysis of the IAUAFís Contracts

Written by Sean Gale and Cam Kinzle, professors of combat economics at NUBiz, 5-18-2020
- Markeöićís Salů: MI has dominated the IAU industrial scene for 40 years. They built the current (and past two) fleets of buses, trains, and airplanes that make up the countryís highly rated Public Transport System. They will undoubtedly serve the vehicular needs of the IAUAF, and most of the Air Corpsí planes. The owners of Salůís company also have controlling interests in the bulletproof fabric company Blindevetes, who we speculate will manufacture the new tents and portable wall patches.
- FusillaKavalaís Hill: The IAU Arms Manufacturing industry, bolstered by private buyers, is split 50:50 by FK and their rival Aginana Arms. FK manufactures long-range rifles renowned for their accuracy, anti-aircraft missiles, and mounted anti-missile shrapnel cannons. Their reliability will give the IAUAF an edge in long-range combat. During the meeting, a new landmine design was also hinted at.
- LadiComís Ryan: Based in Ladislava, within ten years of being created in Mr. Ryanís basement they became the #1 private provider of internet in the country. They have already started formulating highly advanced communications systems for the IAUAF. Cmd. Blaithid has expressed his faith and plan on relying on high-quality communication.
- BIís Solomon: Belgrade is the center of IAUís space travel and exploration, and the Institute is the cutting edge in Artificial Intelligence and nutrition, which are completely unrelated. The BIAI is going to operate the missile guidance systems, and is projected to be able to run a small fortís defenses with only 200 soldiers inside. Also, BI Military Rations will be the official supplier for the IAUAF.