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"Aztra," "Bellcom," "Bifors," "Centinental," "Chrauler," "Daimler," "Erlikon," "Galland," "General Titanic," "Glamor," "GN," "Hecklel & Koch," "Howard," "Kransmann," "Kranss-Maffai," "Kyuusei," "Lockhee," "LVT," "McNell Douglar," "Marty & Beck," "Mauler," "Messer," "Mikolev," "Northrom," "Raitheon," "Ramington," "Roice," "Shinnakasu" ("New Central State"), "Siokorvsky," "Stonewell," "Viggers," and other such vaguely familiar-sounding names are not misspellings of actual company names, but names deliberately given by the original Macross creators. Any similarities to Astra, Bell, Bofors, Continental, Chrysler, Daimler-Benz, Oerlikon, Gallant (or Leyland), General Dynamics, Grumman, GM, Heckler & Koch, Hughes, Wegmann, Krauss-Maffei, Kyuushuu, Lockheed, LTV, McDonnell Douglas, Martin-Baker, Mauser, Messerschmitt, Mikoyan (or Yakovlev), Northrop, Raytheon, Remington, Rolls-Royce, Nakajima [Central Island] (or Kyuushuu [Nine State]; Nakajima was absorbed into Fuji), Sikorsky, Rockwell, Vickers, and other such corporate entities are probably better left unexplained. Several original Macross sources such as Macross Perfect Memory have listed "P&H" as a co-manufacturer of variable fighter engines, but more recent material have revised this as "P&W." Pratt & Whitney is not specifically mentioned, but one must always draw one's own conclusions. On the other hand, the names of Shinsei ("New Star" or "Nova") Industry and General Galaxy are not direct references to present-day companies. The author has never run Origin's Wing Commander, but is also not surprised that someone else has "flattered" Jane's Information Group's excellent references. On a related note, anyone who thinks "manoeuvrability" and "programme" are misspellings ought to consult Prince Charles on his opinion of the Queen's English.
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Best Hit Series: The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Flash Back 2012 Graffiti. Shougakukan, 1987. Y910.
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"Macross Chronology." Macross Perfect Memory. Minori Library, 1984 August 10.
Macross Dictionary. Animage, 1983 November.
"Macross: A Future Chronicle." Macross Plus. 4 vols. Video. Big West/Macross Production Committee. Bandai Visual, 1994 August 25, Vol. 1
"Macross History." Newtype. Kadokawa Shoten, 1994 October.
"Macross Plus World Chronology." Macross Plus Promotional Flyer. Bandai Visual, 1994 July.
Mikimoto, Haruhiko. "Macross 7 Trash." Manga. Monthly Shounen Ace. Kadokawa Shoten, 1994 October 28.
Macross the Movie. Shougakukan, 1984.
The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love? Recording Script. Animedia, 1984 September.
The Super Dimension Fortress Macross 2036. Electronic software. NCS/Mesaiya, 1992. PC-Engine, CD-ROM.
The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Eternal Love Song. Electronic software. NCS/Mesaiya, 1992. PC-Engine, CD-ROM.
This is Animation Special: Macross 7. Shogakukan, 1994 December 17.
This is Animation Special: Macross Plus. Shogakukan, 1995 January 31.
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