1. If you possess an industrial complex located in one of your Ally's territories (i.e., their capital is under enemy control) then you may place new units there.
a. You must have owned the IC at the beginning of your turn and you must still control the industrial complex at the time of the placement of new units. As such, if you liberate their capital you will not be allowed to place any new units in that complex as it has now reverted back to your Ally's control.

2. Shipping may be placed in any water area on the board that is adjacent to a land territory possessing an IC.

a. Examples of legal locations would include the Caspian Sea and the Great Lakes.

3. A newly purchased fighter may not be placed on an aircraft carrier. It must be placed in a land territory.