The Star Wars Bomber Gap

The Last Jedi promises something not seen before - a Star Wars equivalent of a strategic heavy bomber. To date, the Star Wars Universe has provided a science fiction examples to many real-life military roles (with varying degrees of artistic licence). Imperial Star Destroyers have largely stood in for the Navy, whilst the Army and … Continue reading The Star Wars Bomber Gap

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Imperial News Update from Scarif

Information Management Chief hopes databanks may still come out on top after Scarif Posted 49 minutes ago By staff writers at Imperial Navy Headquarters, Coruscant “Moving forward, I think it’s an exciting opportunity for us to re-invigorate how we approach our information management for major weapons systems,” said Imperial Adm. Geddard Fenn, Director of Imperial … Continue reading Imperial News Update from Scarif

Galactic Email: Sustainment Issues for Director Krennic’s Shuttle

Today's guest post comes from Eamon Hamilton. Eamon Hamilton (@eamonhamilton) likes Star Wars and is a military air mobility enthusiast, and enjoys bringing the two together on occasion. His blog is here: http://eamonh.wordpress.com.  Received: 14:42b  17/11/88 From: <Executive Officer Shuttle Sustainment Office> To: <Chief Engineer Shuttle Sustainment Office> <Officer Commanding Shuttle Sustainment Office> Subject: Concern re: Director … Continue reading Galactic Email: Sustainment Issues for Director Krennic’s Shuttle

A Day in the Life of a Rebel Alliance Logistician

Today's guest post comes from Eamon Hamilton (@eamonhamilton), who,  like a modern day Bruce Wayne, has two lives. By day, he does Public Affairs with the Royal Australian Air Force. By night, he stands with those who over-analyse the Star Wars films. He can be found writing here. Mom, I suppose it's too early to hope … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Rebel Alliance Logistician