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--001a1145bbdebe8c8405625d3599 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable *(( Bridge, USS Veritas ))* :: Hanar had quietly slipped in and was manning his station, listening to the conversations taking place. :: Mei'konda: =3D/\=3D Mei'konda to Engineering. =3D/\=3D Walker: =3D/\=3D Engineering here Commander. =3D/\=3D Rosek: =3D/\=3D RESPONSE =3D/\=3D Mei'konda: =3D/\=3D We haave a bit of a problem. The USS Astraeus h= aas managed to find her way slightly into the Shoals. And she's Galaxy class. = =3D/\=3D Walker: =3D/\=3D Galaxy class? Sir, that's only over double the limit on t= he region. And I'm guessing by your statement that she's grounded. =3D/\=3D Rosek: =3D/\=3D RESPONSE =3D/\=3D Mei'konda: =3D/\=3D Indeed. I'm goiing to need you workiin= g on a way that we can help get her out again. =3D/\=3D Walker: =3D/\=3D I assume cutting her into pieces and pulling the chunks ou= t isn't an option. ::Chuckles slightly:: How far in are they? Could they get far enough out on impulse? =3D/\=3D Rosek: =3D/\=3D RESPONSE =3D/\=3D Mei'konda: ::chuckles again:: =3D/\=3D I'd rather not, Commander. A= nd they made it nearly two liight years, Commander. They made it further than I would have thought before their warp field collapsed. =3D/\=3D Walker: =3D/\=3D Understood. We'll start looking into it. Engineering out. = =3D/\=3D Kelrod: Sir, ::Mei'konda turns towards Kelrod and perks up his ears= :: I'd like to help on the tracking of the ships in the sector as for what we know, their problems are just technical. If someone show up before or after we arrive, I could assist Commander Tuk from here. :: Tuk nodded in appreciation. :: Mei'konda: ::nods, back toward Kelrod:: Good, Commander. We alread= y know that tetryon fields aren't the only dangers in this region. Kelrod: I'll call Lieutenant Greyson to be ready for deployment if necessary. Once the word is sent I could have a team assembled in three minutes, unless you believe that the SAR will need immediate deployment=E2= =80=A6 Mei'konda: ::nods, thoughtfully:: Have the team be on standby, plea= se. Hopefully, the Astraeus doesn't need a search and rescue team on bo= ard, but I would raather be prepaared. Kelrod: RESPONSE :: Tuk glanced over, as Mei'konda unfolded his arms, then made his = way after Evan, T'Venna, Kelrod, and Blake up toward the mission ops ta= ble toward the back of the Bridge. :: Delano: That'll be fine. I mainly want to narrow down where to look= for ships that might be trying to fly undetected. T'Venna: Understood. Kelrod: RESPONSE? Delano: A stranded Galaxy-class starship might be a tempting target for any pirates that happen to be in the area. Kelrod: RESPONSE? Blake: Sorry to interrupt - I thought you'd like to know that the closest Marshal vessel is a few hours out, but I'd caution against bringing them in. Mei'konda: ::shifts eyes to meet Blake's:: Why's th= at, Commander? Kelrod/Delano: RESPONSES? Blake: The Astraeus captain and crew knowingly broke a law. If the Marshals get to her first, it'll be their chance to prosecute members of Starfleet and impound their first Starfleet vessel - not exactly a good look for the Veritas. As much as I hate to say it, it's better if we handle this and the Marshals were none the wiser. Mei'konda: ::frowns, rubs small beard on chin:: That's a go= od point. Giiven the choice between endaangering the Astraeus and her crew and risking a court martial for her Captain, I will choose the former every tiime. But it's worth seeing what it is that we're up agaiinst before = we call in help that may be more of a hindrance than an assist. Blake/Delano/Kelrod: RESPONSES? T'Venna: Commander, we have no records for these two ships. I canno= t access their designations. They add an unacceptable variance into my equations. What should I do with them? Mei'konda: ::circles around to T'Venna's side of ta= ble:: Ensign, Commander Delano, can you giive me a basic size and configuraation? Anything at all would be a help. Blake/Delano/Kelrod: RESPONSES? T'Venna: ::resets the console, the alteration in field layouts shin= es in her dark eyes.:: It gives us a number of potential fields. Delano/Kelrod: RESPONSES? Blake: It might be possible that they're scouting vessels. Mei'konda: ::nods slowly:: I want full power to sensors. Don=E2=80= =99t worry about giiving away our position. Actiive scans, anything you can come up with. Let's see what we're dealing with out there. Blake/Delano/T'Venna/Kelrod: RESPONSES? Mei'konda: ::straightens up, pauses:: =3D/\=3D All stations, yellow= alert. =3D/\=3D Tuk: Going to Yellow Alert. ::activates ship's Yellow Alert protoco= ls:: Mei'konda/Bridge: RESPONSES Tuk: So far, I'm not seeing any other threats, yet. Mei'konda/Bridge: RESPONSES Tuk: Will do, sir. Mei'konda/Bridge: RESPONSES *TAGS/TBC* *[image: Inline image 1] * *Lieutenant Hanar Tuk* *Chief of Security* *USS Veritas NCC-95035* *T238907T10* *http://wiki.starbase118.net/wiki/index.php/Tuk,_Hanar* -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "= UFOP: StarBase 118 =E2=80=93 USS Veritas" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an e= mail to sb118-veritas+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to sb118-veritas@googlegroups.com. Visit this group at https://groups.google.com/group/sb118-veritas. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/= sb118-veritas/CAFa7RQNsz1rUAanF3JLLkdy464J4wcYu_fGu-PzSq%2B%2BAc%3DQ4pA%40m= ail.gmail.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout. --001a1145bbdebe8c8405625d3599 Content-Type: text/html; charset="UTF-8" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

(( Bridge, USS Veritas ))

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:: Hanar had quietly slipped in and was manning his station, listening to the conversations taking place. ::

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Mei'konda: =3D/\=3D Mei'konda to Engineering. =3D/\=3D

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Walker: =3D/\=3D Engineering here Commander. =3D/\=3D

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Rosek: =3D/\=3D RESPONSE =3D/\=3D

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Mei'konda: =3D/\=3D We haave a bit of a problem. The USS Astraeus haas managed to find= her way slightly into the Shoals.=C2=A0 And she's Galaxy class. =3D/\=3D

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Walker: =3D/\=3D Galaxy class?=C2=A0 Sir, that's only over double the limit on the region. And I'm guessing by your statement that= she's grounded. =3D/\=3D

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Rosek: =3D/\=3D RESPONSE =3D/\=3D

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Mei'konda: =3D/\=3D Indeed.=C2=A0 I'm goiing to need you workiing on a way that we can help get her out again. =3D/\=3D

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Walker: =3D/\=3D I assume cutting her into pieces and pulling the chunks out isn= 9;t an option.=C2=A0 ::Chuckles slightly:: How far in are they? Could they get far enough out on impulse? =3D/\=3D

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Rosek: =3D/\=3D RESPONSE =3D/\=3D

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Mei'konda: ::chuckles again:: =3D/\=3D I'd rather not, Commander. And they mad= e it nearly two liight years, Commander.=C2=A0 They made it further than I would have thought before their warp field collapsed. =3D/\= =3D

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Walker: =3D/\=3D Understood. We'll start looking into it. Engineering out. =3D/= \=3D

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Kelrod: Sir, ::Mei'konda turns towards Kelrod and perks up his ears:: I=E2= =80=99d like to help on the tracking of the ships in the sector as for what we know, their probl= ems are just technical. If someone show up before or after we arrive, I could assist Commander Tuk from here.

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:: Tuk nodded in appreciation. ::

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Mei'konda: ::nods, back toward Kelrod:: Good, Commander.=C2=A0 We already know that tetryon fields aren't the only dangers = in this region.

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Kelrod: I'll call Lieutenant Greyson to be ready for deployment if necessar= y. Once the word is sent I could have a team assembled in three minutes, unless you bel= ieve that the SAR will need immediate deployment

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Mei'konda: ::nods, thoughtfully:: Have the team be on standby, please. Hopefully, the Astraeus doesn't need a search and rescue team on board, but I woul= d raather be prepaared.

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Kelrod: RESPONSE

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:: Tuk glanced over, as Mei'konda unfolded his arms, then made his way= after Evan, T'Venna, Kelrod, and Blake up toward the mission ops table toward t= he back of the Bridge. ::

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Delano: That'll be fine. I mainly want to narrow down where to look for shi= ps that might be trying to fly undetected.

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T'Venna: Understood.

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Kelrod: RESPONSE?

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Delano: A stranded Galaxy-class starship might be a tempting target for any pirates that happen to be in the area.

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Kelrod: RESPONSE?

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Blake: Sorry to interrupt - I thought you'd like to know that the closest Mars= hal vessel is a few hours out, but I'd caution against bringing them in.

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Mei'konda: ::shifts eyes to meet Blake's:: Why's that, Commander?

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Kelrod/Delano: RESPONSES?

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Blake: The Astraeus captain and crew knowingly broke a law. If the Marshals get to= her first, it'll be their chance to prosecute members of Starfleet and impo= und their first Starfleet vessel - not exactly a good look for the Veritas. As = much as I hate to say it, it's better if we handle this and the Marshals wer= e none the wiser.

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Mei'konda: ::frowns, rubs small beard on chin:: That's a good point. Giiven th= e choice between endaangering the Astraeus and her crew and risking a court martial for her Captain, I will choose the former every tiime. But it's worth seein= g what it is that we're up agaiinst before we call in help that may be more of a= hindrance than an assist.

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Blake/Delano/Kelrod: RESPONSES?

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T'Venna: Commander, we have no records for these two ships. I cannot access their designations. They add an unacceptable variance into my equations. What sho= uld I do with them?

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Mei'konda: ::circles around to T'Venna's side of table:: Ensign, Comma= nder Delano, can you giive me a basic size and configuraation?=C2=A0 Anything at all would be a help.

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Blake/Delano/Kelrod: RESPONSES?

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T'Venna: ::resets the console, the alteration in field layouts shines in her dark eyes.:: It gives us a number of potential fields.

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Delano/Kelrod: RESPONSES?

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Blake: It might be possible that they're scouting vessels.

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Mei'konda: ::nods slowly:: I want full power to sensors. Don't worry about gii= ving away our position. Actiive scans, anything you can come up with. Let's s= ee what we're dealing with out there.

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Blake/Delano/T'Venna/Kelrod: RESPONSES?

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Mei'konda: ::straightens up, pauses:: =3D/\=3D All stations, yellow alert. =3D/\=3D

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Tuk: Going to Yellow Alert. ::activates ship's Yellow Alert protocols::<= /span>

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Mei'konda/Bri= dge: RESPONSES

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Tuk: So far, I'm not seeing any other threats, yet.

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Mei'konda/Bridge: RESPONSES

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Tuk: Will do, sir.

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Mei'konda/Bridge: RESPONSES

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TAGS/TBC

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Lieutenant Hanar Tuk

Chief of Security

USS Veritas NCC-95035

T238907T10

http://wiki= .starbase118.net/wiki/index.php/Tuk,_Hanar

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