Look back at another inspiring Invictus Launch Week as we give the fleet a proper send-off.
Every year, between Emancipation Day and Armistice Day, we gather to celebrate Invictus Launch Week. Though a time to honor those in the Navy for their tireless service, aerospace and defense manufacturers across the galaxy also take the opportunity to showcase their vehicles designed for (or influenced by) the military.
The Origin Jumpworks G12a joins the ranks of small-yet-capable tactical vehicles deployed by armed forces across the Empire. While it may have the sleek lines that Origin is known for, the G12a is reinforced with heavy armor and fortified wheels and packs a full offensive and defensive suite.
Don't believe the hype. Origin isn't about luxury and excess; it stands for unmatched quality and uncompromised performance. These principals are exemplified in its combat-focused civilian mainstay ships, the 325a and 125a, and the latest series of G12 rovers.
Known for both military innovation and ships that let regular Citizens taste the life of their heroes, RSI trades in adventure. From the iconic Bengal carrier to specialized craft like the Mantis and Apollo, Roberts Space Industries pays tribute to those who dare to inspire.
Tumbril Land Systems found success honoring the past in lightly modernized updates of its classic vehicles that expertly tread the line between homage and recreation. Tumbril's deep military ties are also paid homage via specialized machines like the reimagined Nova tank.
Anvil's success as the modern face of the UEE Navy has led to similar prosperity in the private sector. The once military-only brand now offers civilian variants of its classic ships that push the limits of accessible combat, exploration, and defense.
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Anvil ships ride the cutting-edge of combat, but there's a lot more to this manufacturer than high-performance fighters. Just look at the advanced scanning capabilities of the Carrack and the Valkyrie's high-caliber troop transport to name a few.
With a proud record of military service spanning over four centuries, many of the most iconic naval vessels come from Aegis Dynamics. Today, the brand is famous for designs that build on its tradition of excellence while keeping an eye firmly on the future.
Celebrate tradition with a hand-picked selection of Aegis' most storied spacecraft. The Avenger line offers everyday weaponized solutions, specialized warbirds like the Nautilus accommodate intricate strategists, and any ace knows that you can't go wrong with a Gladius.
It's well known that Consolidated Outland CEO Silas Koerner was inspired by the infamous 999th Test Squadron when briefing the Mustang. Pillars of the industrial sector, MISC and ARGO, are no strangers to military contracts, while Crusader's altruistic aspirations embody the spirit of the Empire the same way its ships support it.
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No stranger to military contracts, MISC honors the UEEN with offensively-minded versions of its Reliant and Razor lines, a naval variant of the popular Freelancer, and the ultimate utility support vehicle in the Starfarer Gemini.
Silas Koerner made it clear that the infamous 999th Test Squadron was his spiritual inspiration for the Mustang series. As Consolidated Outland continues to push limits of its own, it’s showcasing the Mustang Delta, the most militia-minded ship on its growing roster.
ARGO Astronautics powers the military just as it quietly powers nearly every face of the UEE economy. ARGO's no-nonsense approach to design keeps goods and personnel moving in the right direction, as it does for countless corporations and private operations around the universe.
Crusader CEO August Dunlow lifted himself out of poverty to create one of the most successful aerospace outfits ever conceived. Boasting an extensive fleet of cutting-edge shuttles and cargo, data, and vehicle transporters, Crusader is a legitimate titan of industry.
After the Fleet departs, who’s left to protect you? Fly and buy the best in private combat vehicles. Join us in Area18, ArcCorp, for Drake DefenseCon 2950.
With war raging in far-off systems and our communities besieged by crime and corruption, it's more important than ever to protect our personal freedom. Luckily, Drake has your back with the Cutlass Blue, a reliable and affordable solution for law enforcement, militia, and personal security. Take a stand and start cleaning up the spacelanes today.
The Cutlass Blue is the militia and private security industry-standard backed up by an illustrious reputation. Equipped with an integrated quantum dampener, custom Wei-Tek Durasteel holding cells, and uprated thrusters (plus the weaponry and grit you expect from a Cutlass), the Blue is bad news for bad guys.
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Join us at this year's Drake Interplanetary DefenseCon to gear up on the best in private combat vehicles. With our range of tenacious ships, personal fleet carriers, and reliable support craft, you'll be ready when the fight comes to you.
Visit us at Riker Memorial Spaceport, Area18, ArcCorp, Stanton on April 30th and 31st, 2950.
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