About UMAC

Utania's defence construction and manufacturing company is entirely owned by the Utanian government, and co-managed by the government and branches of the Utanian Defence Forces.

UMAC was formed to pool together the Utanian-based pieces of the old Guwimithian Empire armed forces development projects, such as Armoured personnel carriers and the Firecat fighter jet, to build upon those developments for the benefit of Utania's armed defence.

Then-President Okarvits told the Parliament in 300ap that "it would be immoral for private individuals to profit from the tools of death, or from the mayhem of an armed conflict that involved the loss of Utanian, or foreign, lives". It is a widely supported position.
Therefore, the Utanian government legislated in 300ap that the UMAC would maintain a monopoly position in the development of all munitions and armaments for the Utanian or foreign markets on moral grounds.
If you have aircraft construction, welding, general manufacturing, electrical, mechanical or other engineering skills, please feel free to contact UMAC to discuss your career in the construction of aircraft or other military and civil vessels and equipment.
We are always in need of talented people, and UMAC is not only an equal opportunity employer, but is one of the better paying corporations in the country.
Those without specific skills mentioned above are also encouraged to join the company that offers one of the best fast-tracked training and apprenticeship courses in the country.
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Welcome to the web presense of the Utanian Munitions and Armaments Corporation, Utania's only defence equipment and supplies manufacturer, wholly-owned by the Government of Utania.

UMAC was formed by then-provisional President Hope in 300ap to pull together and evaluate the various projects of the former Guwimithian armed forces development projects, including the Firecat project, plus control of the various government-owned munitions factories around Utania.

With an executive order, and guarantee of funds, then-President Okarvits restarted work on the Firecat fighter on Friday, January 19th, 301ap, and the modern UMAC was born.


Scorpion with 25mm cannon turret Today, UMAC is one of the largest employers in Utania with projects with billions of punds in development or manufacturing stages. In partnership with various foreign armaments companies, UMAC has developed and is building fighter aircraft, attack helicopters, multi-purpose helicopters, armoured personnel carriers and Marine command warships: Orkeka in flight The key to the successful development of these projects is co-operation with some of the most experienced companies and nations around the world. With Royal Zartanian armaments companies, the development of the Firecats, Orkeka, and Scorpions were possible. With technical advice from Zartanian naval engineers and missile experts, the Caiman project was brought into the 4th century.

UMAC is continuing this tradition of development with funding from the Utanian Director of National Security, engaging in research and development of a variety of munitions and armaments to satisfy Utania's 4th century defensive needs.

Exclusive supplier

UMAC is also the Utanian defence force's exclusive munitions supplier, and helps to co-ordinate the supply of a great variety of other non-weapon supplies. To maintain continuity of supply even once demand for munitions substantially expands (due to a conflict), the Utanian military maintains a supply of munitions, and UMAC is charged with maintaining a substantial excess production capacity. That is to say, while UMAC has dozens of idle factories, these are run on a rotating basis to ensure all manufaturing equipment still works.

In addition, UMAC provides assistance to the three military services in the maintenance of a wide variety of military hardware, including foreign-built equipment. With such a wide brief and encompassing such a diverse manufacturing operation, management of UMAC has been key to the success of the organisation. Manufacturing operations are separated from research and design, and are split into four main bodies: UMAC-Air, UMAC-Vehicles, UMAC-Sea and UMAC-Munitions. These, in turn, liaise with Utania's four military services (Navy and Coast Guard being separated).

Caiman #1 undergoing sea trials


Understandably, the company employs tens of thousands of people in a wide variety of fields, from skilled ship-builders, to research scientists, munition assemblers, design engineers, fitter and turners, electronic warfare technicians, plus the breadth of administrative and support roles: clerks to catering.

There is no shortage of jobs to be done, and UMAC is always on the look-out for the most qualified and talented individuals in their chosen fields.

Year New Equipment Budget *
301ap Û 6,680 m
302ap Û13,490 m
303ap Û14,762 m
304ap Û 3,183 m
305ap Û 3,064 m
306ap Û 2,915 m
307ap Û 2,400 m
308ap Û 2,400 m
* Includes foreign manufacture
Figures based solely on publicly-reported budgetry figures, and do not represent a full description of the UMAC budget which remains confidential.
Technical specifications:

Staff:   78,000
Facilities:   47 sites
... with:   286 buildings

Orkeka project:
To build:   230 helicopters
Prod'n Cap.:   40 p.a.
Max. prod'n:   40 p.a.
Employing:   up to 25,000
Per unit cost:   ~Û35 million
Weight:   6.8 tonnes
Endurance:   3 hour / 400 km
Caiman project:
To build:   Three ships
Employing:   up to 30,000
Per unit cost:   ~Û1.4 billion
Hull:   255 x 64 x 32 metres
Tonnage:   36,500 t
Scorpion project:
To build:   1,200 APCs
Prod'n Cap.:   200 p.a.
Max. prod'n:   200 p.a.
Employing:   up to 20,000
Per unit cost:   ~Û5 million
Hull:   5.26 x 2.82 x 2.69 metres
Weight:   13 tonnes

Firecats project:
To build:   405 fighter jets
Prod'n Cap.:   75 p.a.
Max. prod'n:   75 p.a.
Employing:   up to 25,000
Per unit cost:   ~Û30 million
Condor Helicopter:
To build:   143 helicopters
Prod'n Cap.:   25 p.a.
Max. prod'n:   10 p.a.
Employing:   up to 4,000
Per unit cost:   ~Û22 million
Max ext. load:   13,900 kg
Range (loaded):   426 km
Alpaca Helicopter:
To build:   85 helicopters
Prod'n Cap.:   25 p.a.
Max. prod'n:   10 p.a.
Employing:   up to 6,000
Per unit cost:   ~Û12 million
Max ext. load:   4,500 kg
Range:   1,000 km
S-92 project:
To build:   55 helicopters
Prod'n Cap.:   15 p.a.
Max. prod'n:   10 p.a.
Employing:   up to 3,000
Per unit cost:   ~Û15 million
Range:   796 km
M1 Tank:
To maintain:   100 tanks
Employing:   up to 300
Total cost:   ~Û20 million p.a.
Main Weapon:   120mm cannon