Arms industry and projects – writing samples

Below you will find a student’s work you can regard as a reference when doing the test yourself. These are the possible answers to the examination set published under the sequence number L3/W/011. The three writing forms are good enough. All tasks were fulfilled, however, the report did not reach the words limit assigned. Surely, more hints could have been exploited in this report. I preserved the student’s actual wording and writing organization, correcting only some grammar errors and awkward expressions. The rest remained untouched.

LETTER:

Dear Mr…

Replying to your letter I am pleased to inform you that we are grateful for Poland’s decision to support European logistic projects.

Currently we are facing the lack of engineers for servicing Sensors for Anti Sniper System. Nevertheless, Poland can also support us in other projects, such as sending tanker aircrafts to Air-to-Air Refuelling missions. Depending on your preference, other projects can also be supported. I propose to discuss your involvement during the next Project Board meeting which is scheduled on the next week. Usually we meet quarterly and one week before a meeting I’m sending a remainder.

If you have any suggestions or additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me on email or phone.

Yours faithfully,

XYZ

 

MEMO:

To:  Col XYZ

From: Lt. ABC

Date: 5 February, 2015

Subject: Polish troops project involvement

Recently some actions have been taken to outline Polish troops involvement in the next Project Board meeting.

It has been agreed that Polish representation will consist of 3 high rank officers and 10 junior enlisted ranks.

Regarding their accommodation, a liaison officer has been assigned who will support them during their stay.  For security clearance reasons the copies of ID cards have to be provided. This will be clarified during the next teleconference.

 

REPORT:

Polish industry engagement in European projects

BACKGROUND:

Recent statistics show that Polish arms industry has significantly increased their support in European projects. Polish industry is mainly focused on providing military technology, which Allies work together on, which may consequently lead to their own brands to be more recognizable.

CHALLENGES:

By  developing the military technology, Polish government will probably need to cut the funds for other branches. Additionally, they need to enhance production efficiency, since it takes them two months to build only one new fifth generation fighter aircraft.

POSSIBLE SOLUTION:

One of the best solutions to bring their own market to be more effective is to launch the cooperation between them and other European military industrial companies. By sending experienced specialists to their factories, we can strengthen the Polish military industry and in consequence enhance the European safety. This effect could be also achieved by creating multinational Engineers Project Board to work together on a new strike fighter.