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STEC does not typically act in a policymaking role, though we do frequently intersect with politicians and policymakers given the all-encompassing nature of the Abyssal War.
In this instance, we would like to share a couple of internal viewpoints that are somewhat at odds with one another – specifically, the fate of the civilian oil reserves in the immediate aftermaths of the Abyssal War.
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“Where History Comes Alive”
The brainchild program of the STEC Archivists & designed to be family-friendly and informative; an educational newscast where contemporary events are linked directly to the “topic of the day.”
Ostensibly to improve unit cohesion within STEC, the Conference of the Seven Seas is an annual military competition that is known for its unorthodox metrics of assessment. Last year, for instance, teams were tasked to build from scratch a firearm appropriate for the late 18th century and partake in historical marksmanship competitions. The year prior, teams were asked to design and subsequently build a fortification that would survive a hypothetical dragon’s attack.
This year, teams were provided with one objective: simulating WW2, teams are to assault an “Axis” position defended by heavily armored vehicles, with apparently nothing more than piles of scrap metal and broken down tank hulls.