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  • Amusement Parks
    • The Ruins Of Las Vegas
      • No description available
  • Armed Forces
    • Earth Space Defense
      • a.k.a. ESD
    • International Legacy Squadron
      • The International Legacy Squadron is an Earth Space Defense squadron that was comprised of the best pilots from the various countries that formed the ESD.
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The War Of '96
      • The first alien attack is now known as "The war of '96"
  • Beverages-Milk
    • Mengniu Moon Milk
      • Milk served in the moon base cafeteria
  • Books
    • Collected Case Studies
      • Book by Dr. Catherine Marceaux
    • How I Saved The World
      • Book by Julius Levinson
    • Life After Contact
      • Book by Dr. Catherine Marceaux
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • The Circle And The Alien Mind
      • Book by Dr. Catherine Marceaux
  • Communications Companies
    • QQ
      • Company providing communications between Earth and the ESD moon base
  • Dates
    • November 30, 1997
      • Aside from a small pocket of resistance in an isolated area of the African Congo, the alien threat has been neutralized - and the world begins to rise from the ashes. Reconstruction begins immediately as the big cities, monuments and landmarks of the world are slowly restored to their former glory.
    • March 17, 1998
      • The near annihilation of humankind has given us an unexpected (but welcome) effect, as centuries old conflicts and political distrust are dissolved to create an unprecedented unity among the nations of the world.
    • May 25, 1998
      • Following the newly established global peace alliance, the United Nations creates the Earth Space Defense program (ESD) to serve as an early warning system and united global defense unit - appointing War of 1996 hero David Levinson as its director. In conjunction with this announcement, the ESD launches a worldwide publicity and recruitment campaign.
    • January 8, 1999
      • ESD applies recovered alien shield technology to an F-22 Raptor to understand how they can better integrate other alien technology into future full Hybrid Fighters. This light experiment will serve as the foundation for the dramatic innovations that the ESD delivers nearly a decade later.
    • June 22, 2000
      • Following the destruction of the alien mothership, Las Vegas was completely demolished by a crashing City Destroyer. Since then, thousands have visited its untouched ruins - serving as a dramatic reminder of the aliens' ruthless attack and permanent memorial to the War of 1996.
    • August 10, 2001
      • A large group of aliens continue to hold out in the African Congo - the lone survivors of a crashed City Destroyer. The ESD repeatedly offers their support and assistance to the local government, but is met with aggressive refusal.
    • October 23, 2003
      • Applying new data from recovered alien weaponry, U.S. Army scientists make dramatic advances in applying their findings to military applications. While there is initially some controversy around exploiting this technology, demonstrations of the new weapons' capabilities quickly alleviate fears.
    • April 27, 2007
      • While test piloting the ESD's first alien hybrid fighter, an unknown malfunction causes the untimely death of Colonel Hiller.
    • February 21, 2009
      • Monitored from its command center in Beijing, China, the ESD Moonbase opens as Director David Levinson presides over the ribbon cutting ceremony. Designed with both offensive and defensive weapons capabilities, the Moonbase is the first of several planetary bases designed to monitor our solar system for potential alien threats.
    • June 4, 2011
      • As a keynote speaker at the 2011 TEDx Conference, ESD Director David Levinson highlights some of the breakout consumer products that were inspired by alien technologies - including the touchscreen smartphones, bladeless fans, drones and airport security scanners.
    • August 19, 2014
      • After years of research and development from ESD scientists around the world, the next generation of hybrid alien vehicles and weapon systems are introduced. One of the standouts is the T4 Global Defender Hybrid Fighter, boasting unprecedented speed, maneuverability and offensive capabilities.
    • July 4, 2016
      • The second alien invasion of Earth.
  • Doctors
    • Dr. O'Brien
      • Doctor at the Marilyn Whitmore Hospital at Area 51
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Las Vegas Ruins Tourism Board
      • No description available
  • Hospitals
    • Marilyn Whitmore Hospital
      • Hospital located in Area 51, named for President Whitmore's deceased wife.
  • Liquor Stores
    • Last Stop Liquor Store
      • Where Julius finds the Camp Jackrabbit school bus full of abandoned kids
  • Military Bases
    • ESD: Mars Base
      • The Earth Space Defense organization's space defense station on Mars.
    • ESD: Moon Base
      • The Earth Space Defense organization's space defense station on the moon.
    • ESD: Rhea Base
      • The Earth Space Defense organization's space defense station on the Saturn moon Rhea.
  • Prisons
    • Alien Prison
      • Prison for surviving aliens from the War of '96, located in Area 51.
  • TV Stations-News
    • CDS
      • News network. "Alien Tech Malfunction Kills Col. Hiller"
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 07
      • TV station with local news program reporting on the alien attack.
  • Vehicle Models - Aircraft
    • T4 Global Defender Hybrid Fighter
      • No description available
  • Vehicle Models - Space
    • City Destroyer
      • Large alien vehicles that detach from the alien mothership to inspect life on other planets, and, as the name implies, destroy cities.
    • Space Tug
      • Ships deployed at the ESD moon base
  • Youth Camps
    • Camp Jackrabbit
      • Youth summer camp. Bus full of abandoned kids that Julius drives to Area 51

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