The Imperial troop transportation layer is tasked with securing funding to help pay for all the logistical support the military relies on.
The Imperial troop transports can’t travel to warzones without their security detail, the transport layer, which operates like a security guard at a bank, has to sign a document to confirm it has full access.
It’s a job that can be very expensive.
“This security detail is the security of our military,” says a senior military officer.
“They are there to protect the military’s secrets.
But they are also there to look after the financial needs of the military.
They need to be able to afford food, housing and medical treatment, which is also a very costly thing.”
The Imperial troops are on the front lines of the battle to retake the world of Onderon.
Their main target is the Drexel Orbital station, a complex of solar-powered docking platforms that houses the world’s supply of the precious minerals used to make Tython.
The station’s supply has been cut off due to the Battle of Daxos, the last major confrontation between the two sides in the war.
That’s because the station’s security is dependent on the Imperials ability to keep the supply secure.
“We are not allowed to travel to Daxo,” says the senior military source.
“We can only go to the station when it’s under our control.
And the station is under the control of the Imperial troops.”
To help secure the supply, the Imperial commander of the transport is a security consultant, or SAP.
The SAP has the rank of lieutenant general.
The SAP is responsible for monitoring the supply.
If something goes wrong with the supply it will send a warning signal through the SAP.
If the SAP gets the wrong message, it can trigger an evacuation or even the deployment of reinforcements.
The senior military official says there is no clear standard for how long the SAP is allowed to keep tabs on the supply and that the senior SAP officer has a very low opinion of how often he/she is required to check the supply’s security.
The top SAP officer oversees the logistics, and his or her workload is enormous.
The senior military leader says the SAPs budget is about 10 per cent of the total SAP budget.
“The SAP’s workload is probably in the hundreds of thousands of dollars a year,” he says.
The VIP’s view is different.
“It’s not a lot of money for the security, but it’s a lot for the SAP,” says one of the VIPs.
“What you’re really doing is taking the supply for the VIP’s benefit, not the VIP, who is paying the SAP to secure it.”
The VIPs, who work at an Imperial military base in the Onderonian region, are used to being paid for their work.
It means the VIP is often the only person with the full-time security clearance required by the military to enter the transport.
“They’re the ones who can get into the transport,” the senior Military official says.
“There’s no security at all at the station.”
The security of the supply is only one aspect of the overall security situation at the transport station.
Other key functions include:The VIP are expected to monitor all the supply systems, including their supply systems’ status and integrity, as well as their operational security.
The VIPs also have to ensure that the supply lines are properly connected to the transport so that they can carry out their jobs without having to turn around and walk the distance.
The military is in charge of the logistics and supplies for the transport and the VIP are only required to ensure their security at the point of supply.
The logistics department has to be run by a military officer, but there is a high degree of flexibility in its staff.
“The logistics staff can be anything from a soldier to a contractor to a security contractor,” the Senior Military official said.
“You can do it for a very little pay or a lot.”
There are some things that the logistics staff are trained to do.
For example, they are trained in how to make sure that the transport reaches the right destination, but also how to avoid the logistics system breaking down.
“That’s very basic,” says another of the senior staff.
“But the logistics team, they’re always very clear.
If they see something wrong with a system or an access, they’ll do the necessary work to fix it.”
For example, if an access system fails, the logistics manager will take over the control system to ensure the supply system will be functional and ready for the next flight.
“When the logistics person is in a position to do that, it is really a great opportunity to improve the quality of the service and make it better,” the military officer said.
“In the end, they always want to be doing the right thing.”
But the security concerns are also the reason why some VIPs have opted to leave the transport system. The