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'''Anvil Aerospace''' is a [[Terra{{#translation:}}|Terra]]-based spaceship manufacturing company. Providing ships for the military and regular citizens, Anvil Aerospace has made some of the best dogfighting ships in the [[Star Citizen{{#translation:}}|Star Citizen]] universe.
엔빌 에어로스페이스는 [[Terra{{#translation:}}|테라]]기반의 함선제조사다. 엔빌은 [[Star Citizen{{#translation:}}|스타 시티즌]] 세계관에서 최고의 도그파이팅 함선을 군과 민간인들에게 공급하고 있다.
== {{TLT|i18n|History}} ==
== {{TLT|i18n|History}} ==
=== Early History ===
=== 초기 역사 ===
Anvil Aerospace is one of the earliest Terran success stories. It was founded in [[2772]] by [[Special:MyLanguage/J.Harris Arnold|J.Harris Arnold]]. The initial Anvil skunkworks facility was located in [[Special:MyLanguage/Nova Kiev|Nova Kiev]], Terra, and the company’s headquarters are still there. For the first seventy-odd years of Anvil’s existence, every design project was personally lead by company founder [[Special:MyLanguage/J.Harris Arnold|J.Harris Arnold]]. Arnold, an eccentric spacecraft designer of the old school who insisted on signing off on every part of his designs’ subsystems, was a beloved figure in an otherwise cutthroat industry.{{RSI|text=Anvil Aerospace|url=comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/12970-Anvil-Aerospace}}
엔빌 에어로스페이스는 최초의 테라 성공신화중 하나이다. [[2772]]년에  [[Special:MyLanguage/J.Harris Arnold|J.해리스 아놀드]]에 의해 설립되었다. 최초의 엔빌 스컹크웍스 시설은 테라의 [[Special:MyLanguage/Nova Kiev|노바 키예프]]에 있었으며, 지금도 회사 본부가 위치하고 있다.
엔빌의 70년 역사동안 모든 설계 프로젝트는 창립자인 [[Special:MyLanguage/J.Harris Arnold|J.해리스 아놀드]]에 의해 직접 지휘하고 있다. 뛰어난 우주선 제작자이자 아직도 직접 설계한 모든 서브시스템 부품들에 서명을 남기길 고집하는 아놀드는 이 거친 업계에서 사랑받는 인물이다.{{RSI|text=Anvil Aerospace|url=comm-link/spectrum-dispatch/12970-Anvil-Aerospace}}
=== Acquisition of Casse Aerospace ===
=== Acquisition of Casse Aerospace ===

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Anvil Aerospace
HeadquartersNova Kiev, Terra, Terra
IndustrySpaceship Manufacturing
Manufacturer CodeANVL
FounderJ.Harris Arnold/ko
Founded2772 CE; 177 years ago (2772) in Nova Kiev, Terra, Terra

엔빌 에어로스페이스는 테라기반의 함선제조사다. 엔빌은 스타 시티즌 세계관에서 최고의 도그파이팅 함선을 군과 민간인들에게 공급하고 있다.


초기 역사

엔빌 에어로스페이스는 최초의 테라 성공신화중 하나이다. 2772년에 J.해리스 아놀드에 의해 설립되었다. 최초의 엔빌 스컹크웍스 시설은 테라의 노바 키예프에 있었으며, 지금도 회사 본부가 위치하고 있다. 엔빌의 70년 역사동안 모든 설계 프로젝트는 창립자인 J.해리스 아놀드에 의해 직접 지휘하고 있다. 뛰어난 우주선 제작자이자 아직도 직접 설계한 모든 서브시스템 부품들에 서명을 남기길 고집하는 아놀드는 이 거친 업계에서 사랑받는 인물이다.[1]

Acquisition of Casse Aerospace

Forlink.svg  For the company Casse Aerospace, see Casse Aerospace.

When J. Harris Arnold was in school, he was obsessed with the works of Leonard Casse. To him, the mostly forgotten engineer represented everything he loved about ship design. When he eventually started his Anvil, Arnold drew heavy inspiration from Casse’s business model and ships for his own designs, utilizing such signature elements as the curved wings and open circle signet. The similarities were such that Arnold and Anvil was sued by the holding firm who had bought the rights to Casse’s designs. Arnold decided to settle the case by purchasing all of Casse Aerospace’s portfolio himself.[2]

Military Contracts

Anvil has been reliably delivering military-grade equipment to the UEE Navy for almost two centuries. The company’s moniker comes from a quote in Robert Calvin’s famous early justification for UEE expansion, explaining that military spending “fuels the furnaces of expansion and strikes the anvils of innovation.” There’s little argument: fueling the furnaces of expansion is exactly what Anvil has been doing since Day One. The company has produced dozens of successful and iconic military spacecraft over the years, including the Hurricane, Osprey, Devastator, Hornet and Gladiator. No military campaign in the last two centuries has been launched without Anvil spacecraft in the forefront, and no carrier in UEE space today operates without at least a squadron of Anvil-designed fighters. In fact, Anvil designs have historically scored more space-to-space kills than any other military spacecraft. Hornets, in particular, have destroyed more enemy hardware (measured in star credits) than all other current Navy space fighter designed combined.[1]


Anvil’s civilian line is relatively new, a decision that many at the company initially resisted. The general feeling was that producing civilian grade versions of dedicated military spacecraft would dilute the brand: Anvil’s carefully maintained position as the tip of the spear would be in danger. Debate over the issue became so protracted that it threatened to split the company into two separate groups, with the civilian wing formally licensing the military designs. This was ultimately all for naught, as the UEE government stepped into the debate with a surprising resolution: they actually favored the concept of supplying military-styled weaponry to civilians, especially on the distant frontiers. A home defense militia squadron of slightly-less-than-milspec but still fearsome Hornets, it was reasoned, would make a better deterrent than a squad of Drake Cutlasses.

The process of civilianizing a design like the Hornet is more complex than it seems: UEE military secrecy laws mean that, on average, 60% of the hardware in a given spacecraft simply cannot be offered to the public. Some of these replacements — like milspec Gatling guns — would be expected and relatively easy to re-source in a modern modular design … but these requirements also govern systems as innocuous as rudder pedal boot locks or rubber cockpit sealing strips. Design teams must effectively work double-blind, replacing existing systems without being given access to their military equivalents.In some cases, designers must reconstruct subsystems based solely on publicly available holographs … while the team that designed the original systems operates next door, wholly unaware.

Civilianizing top-of-the-line military spacecraft is a frustrating process, but one that has proved ultimately valuable for Anvil: company profits rose 34% after the first civilian model Hornet (the F7C) was made available, with no perceptible tarnishing of the Anvil brand. Rather, the idea that you could own a “military” ship immediately became something of a status symbol, driving the resale value of Hornets and successive conversions; civilian Hornets have essentially (and unexpectedly) become a luxury brand. Anvil’s civilian equivalents sell both to actual paramilitary units on the frontier desperately in need of rugged hardware and to rich homeworlds industrialists who believe that flying a Hornet makes them top gun fighter pilots.[1]


Today, Anvil has factories on three dozen UEE core worlds, but continues to source all systems itself and requires that the standing CEO sign off on every spacecraft alteration.[1]


Civilian development division

Anvil’s civilian development division was founded to allow private enterprise to take advantages of military-grade technology. With the recent increase in Vanduul attacks and pirate raids on the frontier worlds, Anvil has sought to place effective deterrents in the hands of everyday Citizens.[3]



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