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|Flag of Seattle||Seattle Skyline at Night|
|Mayor||Henry A. Atkins (1st)|
Seattle is the name of a city located in the Northwestern Region of the United States.
Seattle was one of the first cities to expierence an economic revival during the 2020's Depression. Tim Rhodes, a Socialist from Neighboring Tacoma helped initate the economic reforms that would soon be adopted by the nation. Washington became one of the largest manufacturer of goods in the United States, alongside the Northeastern States. Companies like Boeing and Lockheed Martin produced military equitment in Seattle. Microsoft shifted some of its production to the Seattle Area.
During the Height of the Second Cold War, Seattle found itself a viable target for both an Eurasian Attack and Nuclear Strike. Seattle was the third part of the North American Wave of Defense. Alaska reicieved tacital nuclear warheads in 2017 and Vancouver saw the installation of Surface-to-air Missles to shoot down Russian Planes.
Olympia AFB, Near the Boeing Plant, was considered the most dangerous target in the United States. It still remains a highly secure location being both the newest base in America, and the largest base in the APDC (American-Pacific Defense Community)
Companies that Grew in Seattle
Microsoft and Starbucks are the two most well known companies to grow in Seattle, But more would join them. Speed Railways, and Shuttle Tourists Inc., a light-rail company and space tour company, would own their roots to Washington State. Speed Railways (or SpeedRail) is a government-owned company.
|Team Name||Stadium (Open)||League (Conference)||Established|
|Seattle Metropolitans||Tukwila Arena (2018)||National Hockey League (Western)||2016|
|Seattle SuperSonics||SuperSonic Arena (2018)||National Basketball Association (Western)||
|Seattle Seahawks||CenturyLink Field (2001)||National Football League (NFC)||
|Seattle Mariners||Safeco Field (2001)||Major League Baseball (AL)||1977|
|Seattle Sounders FC||CenturyLink Field (2001)||Major League Soccer (Western)||2009*|
(*) Indiciates Team Underwent Record Transfer or Name Change