There are only a few hours left at the White Star Airport Safety Show (link), yet many are hailing it as a tremendous success. The massive show has taken over the airfield with more products and services than can be counted. Major manufacturers like Shergood Aviation, HD, Feral Marine, SZYM, and Amok are some of the booths visitors can see there along with a number of new products.
Interestingly, there are also a number of product previews like the Feral Marine Tempest, a Shergood VIP EC 135, and others.
Use the above link to visit before it closes.
Please see the correction in the comments from kind reader Crim
Feral Marine, the seacraft and industrial giant of East River will be headlining at the Aircraft Rescue Services Show at White Star Airport on the 17th and 18th of this month.
“We are expecting some amazing things,” said a staffer at Airport Monthly, “because Feral is always full of surprises.”
After restoring a political order to the East River, Governor Chia has created a few roles to assist in the administration of the redrawn areas, offering incentives – including financial – to those hired.
– Town Manager of Helvellyn, a significant job that includes handling rentals. A full description comes after the jump.
– Night Club Promoter, a person who can promote and run a nightclub in Helvellyn
– Lackey, an all around whipping person and scapegoat
More details follow after the jump:
Chia is pictured here in hard hat, leading reconstruction efforts. The ambitious CEO has ordered all hands on deck for the redo.
Massive changes are underway in the town of Helvellyn where Chia, CEO of Feral Marine has purchased the town of Helvellyn and is already making changes. As an incentive to increase the population of the town, she is offering special deals for residents that will uphold the vision of the town. “Tier only,” her real estate people are saying, in an offer that is a great value.
“Prime real estate for only your tier cost. That’s land for free,” said Sketch Sun at the WBA. “That doesn’t happen often.”
More is sure to come soon with this major change to East River…
Recruitment is actively continuing at Tsotchke, where a firefighting organization is eager to capitalize on the success of Feral Marine’s new firefighting boat. According to our staff at the location (link), firefighters have been highly complementary to the craft.
The Grace Development Agency has offered its plans to Feral Marine for the redevelopment of the Pippen waterfront, but admits that it “hasn’t done its best.”
“Ever since the intern left we’ve been having design blocks. He was intolerable when he was here, but we need him,” said a senior staffer at Grace Development.
The current plans include some uncommon architectural features, and focus on a long plot on the north side of Pippen.
“We plan on removing the road on that side. It is underutilized and the space can be used to create a large building to hold larger ships. Some of the designs have massive front doors that would open, and most of the designs enclose the space to keep competitors from seeing what FM is up to,” said Chief Architect at Grace Development. “We also think that it would be possible to hide smaller vessels under a tall waterfront (Plan D) with a secret door. If FM chose that, they would be able to extend the hidden dock the length of Pippen, enough for at least four boats. Public moorings and traffic could use the waterfront freely too, so that may be the best plan. It would remove all the old tunnels and such that are under the current waterfront, obviously.”
The larger RB-L Fire can even house a small crew.
Competition has been increasing in the area of firefighting vehicles, and Feral Marine has been pulling in record sales of its two new firefighting boats, the RB-L Fire (link) and the fast response Prowler Fire.
Fire departments everywhere have been buying up the craft, and even small departments have opened their wallets for the two vessels that can put out HD and Tredpro fires. Packed with animations and powered by Rez Gray scripts, Feral Marine has already surpassed older products in the market.