To the following personnel:
Colonel Falkenhayn, 1st Assault Regiment
Major LogicVice, 1st Company Hearth Guard
Major Winston, 2nd Company Widowmakers
Major Cev Lost, 3rd Company Dragoons
Corporate CEO, Aeron Sley
From the desk of Marcus Nolan, Librarian:
I would like to take some time to thank each of your for both your support and the use of your pilots' skills and time in testing the new equipment. StarCorps Industries has now completed its most recent foundry and will be able to produce the prototype King Crab series with the modifications as requested. They also have many exciting new ideas for this chassis and have expressed a desire for further testing at other locations. I have made provisions, as attached, that should any of these test prove fruitful, that Blackthornes Dragoons will be given priority refits, as well as a portion of the proceeds earned from sales beyond the Dragoons.
I was also able to speak with Oriente Weapon Works and they will also be expanding their production shortly. In the mean time, contracts for testing new equipment have also been attached, along with a list of priority weapon systems that have been offered for refits and upgrades, including:
LRM and SRM launchers for the Quickdraw
LRM 10 and 20 launchers for the Griffin,Thunderbolt, and Shadowhawk
Streak launchers for Shadowhawk, Awesome, and Thunderbolt
As a side note, I would like to apologize to Colonel Falkenhayn and Aeron Sley. There was apparently a fault found in the endo-steel components that had been order for your Marauders MAD-3M and 3D models respectively and have been returned back to their suppliers in order to be fixed. At this time no ETA has been given. Major Winston's Warhammer 6Rk continues to remain bound to its docking bay, as the sheer number of heat sinks from that era are quite difficult to locate.
Please note that I do not hold the Master Tech responsible for these setbacks. I am sure his time spent over my shoulder as I research is necessary despite the numerous delays it has caused for both my publisher and the increasing stress placed upon the Tech's assistants. On a positive note, the shouting has certainly diminished now that the man appears to have lost his voice from an annoying but harmless virus strain that somehow got into his coffee...or at least this is what I was told...
Marcus Nolan, Librarian