120205 - USS Sheppard - Judgement Day

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mulgrave Dwi
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120203.1437

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United Federation Starfleet
USS Sheppard
NCC 74769
=A= Captains Log =A=
Captain Mulgrave Dwi
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Stardate: 120202. 1000 hours
Location: Chenae Battleship

**The captain phases into a hanger bay and three tracking turrets swivel around and target her**

**Standing stock still she scans the area and notices a robotic avatar step forward**


S-16: Welcome aboard Captain Dwi, i am S-16 AI construct for this vessel, while onboard you will follow all instructions given to you by myself and members of my crew or face severe consequences, is that clear?

Captain Dwi: Quite clear thankyou,,,,, well this is,,, different.

S-16: Your previous of chenae vessels have been of the science or civilian kind,,, I am a military vessel ,, i am different. If you will follow me i will take you to your cell your tribunal will start in section 3 beta in approximatly 1 hour.

**The captain follows the metal avatar through a corridor and into a lift, as the lift begins its ascent she asks

Captain Dwi: You said i was having my tribunal in section 3 beta,,, do you mean onboard this vessel?

S-16: Yes it has been decided that due to your status as an honourable chenae you will be held accountable under our military law *Pauses* some would consider it a fairer system but with harsher penalties.

Captain Dwi: What kind of penalties are we talking about?

S-16: In a case as serious as this one the maximum penalty is death.


**They arrive at their destination and walk down a corridor into a small room with two cells, the door opens to one cell and the captain walks in and watches as she is locked in**

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Stardate: 120202 1113 hours
Location: Chenae Battleship, Section 3 beta, Judge Prosepexa Echeleron presiding


Judge Prosepexa Echeleron: Captain Dwi you have been charged with an act of terrorism within the chenae republic, this act was the destruction of star system C9 beta which will result in the destabilisation of the entire surrounding sector endangering the lives of millions.

How do you plead?

**Lookin around the quiet room with only her and the judge she replies**

Captain Dwi: Not guilty


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Stardate: 120203 1100 hours

Captain Dwi: **Calmly repeating** I have already answered this question multiple times, no i do not know how the ascention device came to be on that planet and i have no idea as to the effects it had on my crew,,,, perhaps you could shed some light on that seeing as it was your ascention device that you quite obviously at some point will loose? while your at it perhaps you would like to explain the relevance of this line of questioning?


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Stardate: 120203 1210 hours

Captain Dwi: **Slightly anoyed** I have no idea why Lt Ravenheart was in that section, i imagine it was his insatiable appetite for looking behind closed doors, however he was suitably reprimanded for his actions by one of my senior officers.

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Stardate: 120203 1400 hours

Captain Dwi:No the sheppard did not intentionally interfere in the ftl transition,

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no i cannot explain how we managed to jump through time a hundred years

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no commander hamelins stealthy approach to the star system prior to the supernova is not suspicious but prudent given the circumstances, the sheppard was in an unknown region of space, facing an adversary with unknown abilities, going in guns blazing walking all over the timeline may have made things worse, i stand by my executive officers command decisions as the right thing to do under the circumstances.

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Stardate: 120204 1130 hours

Captain Dwi: I cannot explain why none of your ships picked up T66 near the sun or its interference untill the last moment, neither is it a convienent story, it is a simple truth backed up by the sheppards records and logs which can be checked for continuity and evidence of tampering.


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Stardate: 120204 1700 hours

Judge Prosepexa Echeleron: Captain Dwi thankyou for answering our questions, we have taken evidence from your crew, as well i might add they have added several of their own testimonies and accounts. We will provide you with a judgement at approximatly 1000 hours tomorrow after our deliberations, members of your crew will be allowed to witness the final summary and judgement of this tribunal,,, you are dismissed.


**The captain turns around and is for the last time escorted back to her cell by the metal avatar S-16, sitting down on the bunk she lays back and breathes a sigh of relief**


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In Service
Captain Mulgrave Dwi
mulgrave Dwi
UFS Civilian
UFS Civilian

120209.0940

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United Federation Starfleet
USS Sheppard
NCC-74679
=A= Operations Log=A=
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Stardate: 120205
Location: Unknown
Mission: Judgement Day

Log entry:

On Stardate 120205, the Sheppard carried out a time jump of its own making in order to find and neutralize the rogue Chenae station and T66 AI. Ops prepared for this jump by:

- Parsing together trans-temporal data obtained on the failed jump which had resulted in the Sheppard's destruction in another timeline;
- Requisitioning all available power and putting it at command's disposal;
- Devising and carrying out various stratagems to help neutralize the Chenae station, including the massive release of anti-chronitons.
- Implementing the proper manoeuvres at helm to carry out the time jump and then evade fire from the Chenae station.

Individual reports:

To: Captain Mulgrave Dwi, CO, USS Sheppard
From: Lt. Commander April Coswell, Chief of Operations

To: Captain Mulgrave Dwi, CO, USS Sheppard
From: Lt. Commander April Coswell, Chief of Operations

At approximately 0940 hours on Stardate 120205, I received a signal from the Chenae vessel stating that they would be expecting us shortly after 1000 hours for Judge Prosepexa Etheleron’s ruling.

When we transported over to the aforementioned vessel, we were met by the S19 AI and escorted to the courtroom, where we soon learned that the judge was dropping all charges of conspiracy and acts of terrorism, but was nonetheless stripping the Captain of her honourable warrior status – and barring Lt. Leo Ravenheart from entering any Chenae facility in the future. Although the Captain demanded to know whether the Chenae had a way to send us back to our own time, the judge made it clear that this was our problem.

Left to our devices, we transported back to the Sheppard, where we undertook preparations for our own time jump. Ensign Oaksi had managed to retrieve some transtemporal data on the failed time jump that had ended in the destruction of the ship in another timeline. I reviewed the snippets she had pieced together and had her send it to the Captain, the XO, Engineering and Science. In addition, at the XO’s order, I proceeded to requisition every available bit of power for that time jump. When the Captain reported to the bridge, she revealed that she had gotten a visit from Judge Etherelon, who had provided her with some specs for modifying key systems – including the deflector – in order to make the time jump safe.

As the crew worked to finish preparations for this jump, Command requested that Ops and Security focus their attention on defending ourselves against the rogue T66 AI once on the other side. Ensign Oaksi came up with the idea of programming multiple probes to broadcast our transponder signal and frequency; Lt. Lombardia worked to carry out the necessary preparations.

In addition, once we had safely travelled through time to the location of the T66, I realized that we might be able to inflict damage on the rogue Chenae station by bombarding it with anti-chronitons. While we were generating the necessary anti-chronitons, the Captain asked me to hail the station, which I did. And to our surprise, the voice who answered us identified itself as Meklar the Prophet, the legendary leader of the Seekers of the Light. While he “thanked” us for playing our role in the Ascension and talked about our impending doom, we simultaneously unleashed the anti-chronitons, as well as Commander Marabana’s brilliantly augmented torpedoes. We inflicted damage, but not without a cost – the Sheppard took heavy hits from plasma fire.

At some point, Commander Merlin suggested that move in closer and expand our shields until they touched the station’s, shorting both ours and theirs out. Once that was done, Commander Marabana once again unleashed a volley of torpedoes – but one of them apparently didn’t launch and instead exploded inside the ship, sending us into a spin. When we managed to steady the Sheppard and take readings, it became clear that the station had been destroyed. However, we have sustained severe damage. I have compared notes with Engineering and am attaching a detailed damage report for the systems under Ops’ purview.

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To: Lt. Commander April Coswell, Chief of Operations
From: Lt. Commander Rich Lombardia, Asst. Chief of Operations

Operations log, Stardate 120205

I had switched shift with Ensign Mor so I was catching up on some work in my quarters. I had assisted in her defense so I was confident in a not guilty verdict. Captain Dwi and several officer beamed over to the Chenae Battleship for her trial. . I talked to Commander Coswell who was present an stated there was in fact a non-guilty verdict, however, Captain Dwi was stripped of her warrior ranking and the Chenae refused to assist us in getting home. I started my shift just as an intruder alert had been stood down. Apparently, crew from the Chenae battle ship beamed over to tell us our modification were all wrong and give us corrected information.

Commander Coswell assigned me to secondary ops. We then made the modifications and initiated the jump drive to stop the T55. It was tough fight. I helpped figure out using anti-chronitron in our weapons might have an increased affect. We managed to destroy the T55 and tried to warp away from teh shock wave but one of the torpedoes failed to launch and exploded taking out our torpedo tubes and main deflector dish. This sent us into an uncontrolled warp spin and left us in normal space with no idea where or when we are. Now its a matter of tryign to fix the ship up. I was injured and am spending most ofthe week in sick bay nursing cracked ribs and a punctured lung.



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To: Lt. Commander April Coswell, Chief of Operations
From: Lt. j.g. Melisa Ellison, helm officer

I started off my shift at the helm, but it wasn't long before the crew was summoned to the Chanae ship for the captain's sentencing. After arrival, we were lead by the ship's AI to a viewing area. No doubt we were all feeling a bit on edge, not knowing exactly what to expect.

After a citing of the charges by the Chanae justice, she reviewed many incidents and alleged crimes committed. Frankly, it all seemed like a blur. After all was said and done, the verdict wasn't ideal, but at least they let the captain go. However, in accordance with the justice's decision, the Chanae were no longer allowed to help us in our attempts to get home.

As a whole, we returned to the Sheppard, and I took my station again. The captain had returned with us, and thus we began the task of continuing where we left off, attempting to generate an anomaly by which we could return home. While the crew worked to do that, the justice and the AI from the Chanae ship showed up unannounced. The justice explained that were weren't allowed to leave the this system with the modifications we had made to make the time jump. However, the AI was able to provide us with a means by which to make the jump happen.

Working with Lt. Coronet, I was able to enter the appropriate calculations in to the helm in order to make the jump. I won't lie, it was a fairly tricky maneuver, which relied on us barreling towards this system's star.

As soon as the captain ordered the execution of the maneuver, we ran at the star. Just several kilometers before the collision course nearly became fatal, Lt Coronet engaged the deflector to create the anomaly. We sailed through, winding up on top of the star. We weren't out of the woods yet. And Chanae vessel had followed us through and their station was near by. We executed another plan to deploy decoys for the Chanae to chase after to buy us some time.

The captain hailed the station, and contingent on their response, I was to engage an intercept course with the ship. We managed to get a little time in before the decoys were all destroyed, but in eventuality we had to engage the ship and station. We took a number of blows, despite attempts to evade the fire. However, we were able to come out on top.

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To: Lt. Commander April Coswell, Chief of Operations
From: Ensign Oaksi, Operations officer

First we were transported to the Chenae ship, to hear the verdict against Captain Dwi and our crew. The verdict was a bit convoluted, not exactly a “not guilty,” but in the end it was mostly good for us. The only drawback was that the Chenae decided they would not help us to get back to our own time. But they gave us permission to try to accomplish that on our own.

When we returned to the ship, I was assigned to main ops. I was able to use a special algorithm to gather data fragments left in the computer from that previous time jump (the one that failed and that Cmdr Hamelin came back in time and prevented). I was able to gather data and comprise a relativity comprehensive report of what happened from the beginning of the jump to our ship's destruction at the hands of the AI. Cmdr Coswell reviewed my report and then had me forward it to the Captain.

I had an idea to use probes as “decoys”, all projecting the same transponder and power emissions as our ship, so they looked like us. I suggested that idea to Cmdr Hamelin, and she approved it. I was ordered to work programming the probes. We were already part way through the temporal jump when I completed the task, but they were ready in time.

Then Cmdr Coswell had the idea to use anti-chronitons to try to take out the station, which was covered in chronitons. I was ordered to work with Lt Lombardia to prepare the anti-chronitons and transfer them to a specially prepared torpedo. Then we worked to generate additional anti-chronitons that our weapons banks could fire. A battle ensued, but I was so busy working on my task of generating additional anti-chronitons that I am not sure precisely what happened in the battle. At some point I remember hearing that all of our decoy probes had been destroyed.

In the end, we were victorious, but we took a great deal of damage, including loss of our deflector array, which effectively means loss of warp.

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Conclusion:

See attached damage and casualty report.

In service,

Lt. Commander April Coswell


DAMAGE REPORT – OPS

Main deflector – destroyed, as well as section A-forward of Deck 12. All power has been shut off to the deck except for life support. Door to what used to be the deflector room has fused into one piece of metal.

Environmental controls – had to reroute away from Deck 12 to Engineering.

Secondary deflector – intact and useable. However, anodyne relays were blown by the detonation of the fourth torpedo and need replacement.

Several plasma relays burnt out on Decks 6, 7, 10, 11, 12 and 13.

Workbee 1 in shuttlebay 2 was unsecured and rammed into a wall during the ship’s tailspin. Total loss, bulkhead must be replaced.

Engineering is investigating handling hull breaches and microfractures on all decks. Ops is rerouting the power away from affected conduits in order to maintain emergency force fields and avoid explosive decompression.

It should be noted that inventory of key components and materials – namely, bioneural gelpacks, EPS relays and ODN cable – are in very short supply. Repairs will have to be prioritized until we reach spacedock.

CASUALTIES

Ops suffered no fatalities. However, the following Ops officers and crew were injured:

Lt. Rich Lombardia, Assistant Chief of Operations, leg injury sustained on the bridge during ship’s tailspin.

Petty officer Belaxalar, Flight Deck, pinned against wall of shuttlebay 2 by aforementioned workbee. Currently listed in critical condition.

Crewman 2nd class Caniva XVIII of Ma’Qul, 3rd-degree burns sustained while attempting to put out a plasma fire on Deck 12.

Petty Officer Johnny Wolf Eyes, 1st-degree burns sustained while assisting Crewman Caniva.
mulgrave Dwi
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UFS Civilian

120212.0839

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United Federation Starfleet
USS SHeppard- Ensign Araulya Coronet
=A= Science Log =A=
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Stardate: 120115
Log entry: Sheppard




Individual Reports:

the morning began quietly enough..a rarity lately as well the unique optortunity for me in the Capt.'s chair..thankfully I didn't need to really handle any big dicisions. Once more of the crew awoke we were summoned to the Chanae battlecruiser for Judgement on the Capt. obeying the letter of the orders not to carry weapons I made sure that we had at least a few..."eating" utinsils on hand should something arise. needless to say I found the Battlecruiser rather interesting in design and form. however we were not there for a tour or hospitality. the AI was a bit abrupt however understandable for one geared towards war. once we were all settled for the judgement, the Capt. was brought in and while I'll not be telling her to her face. She appeared under nourished, and weary of more than just her confinement. I will NOT be telling her that even those of a less than heightened olfactory were able to catch her...unique scent sitting there. remaining alert. anticipating the worst I stayed standing so I could aim over the heads of fellow crew if needed and nearest the door. Once judgement had been prnounced, the Capt. Free I relaxed somewhat however, I felt it may be of importance to attempt to keep some doorway open to these people in case we end up stuck here. I inquired about obtaining warrior markings so that at least one of us amongst the Sheppard could have a VOICE amongst these people should the need arise again. A fellow diplomat amongst the crew felt it was a wise move and we returned to the Sheppard to begin preperations for our jump towards home. we were emmediately boarded apparently once we returned and had to make some corrections to our calculations. first jump successful however exiting we came under attack by the T66 AI.







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In Service
Lt. Araulya Coronet, Science officer, USS Sheppherd
mulgrave Dwi
UFS Civilian
UFS Civilian

120212.0840

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United Federation Starfleet
USS Sheppard
NCC 74769
=A= Tactical/security Log =A=
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Stardate: 120205
Mission Name: Judement Day

Location: Chenae Battleship
Security Status: Yellow Alert

Log entry:
Today we prepare for what Judgment the Chenae dictate on if he are guilty of crimes against there people or not. We have shared with them all the Security information we could in hopes to show our innocence in all this.


Individual Reports:

We headed to the Chenae ship to hear the final judgment, as always the transportation beaming process made sure that we were unarmed. Some of the Crew had hoped to smuggle a few armaments with them. I did place a scanner with in my robotic arm that managed to pick up information on their armament.

We were greeted in a room with a number of gun turrets by one of their AI unit called S19. The turrets were rapid fire energy blasters that would have quickly ripped us apart in very brief order. The S19 was made of a metal aloe that would have sustained a good bit a damage before it would go down.

We were conducted through their war ship to the make shift court room. To my relief the judge was at least humanoid and not another AI type unit. She set smuggle in her seat and begin to utter her judgment and her findings. Though I know we are completely innocent the verdict went pretty much as I had expected we lost their trust but they were unable to completely nail the charged on us. However, they used our time of evasiveness when they first wanted to arrest us and we didn’t apply, as the reason to strip of us any honorable position.

We were allowed to head back to the ship, but they were not going to help us get back to your time line. The last was a real blow and a reminder that we were from home. Back on the Sheppard I quickly made my way to the bridge.

Soon after arriving on the Bridge I noticed a flux of power appear on the Sheppard and noted that it was in the Captains room. Though she said she was fine, I quickly sent security team along with Lt Krupinski to at least watch the Captains door just in case she needed assistance.

Soon our guest was off the ship the Captain was on the bridge and we were preparing battle stations. New modifications were being carried out to the deflector and we were preparing to try and sling shot out this time line once again.

However, believed as soon as we jumped we would most likely be facing the T66 and was looking for something big enough to affect the Ai ship. The ship clearly out gunned us and had armor that would take much for us to get through. Our best shot was something that would cause enough damage to their Electronic systems. It wouldn’t do as much physical damage but the more EMP’s we could the more effective we would be against the great ship.
Commander Hamelin and I put our heads together; one thought was the tossing of a core but that was quickly put aside as Commander Merlin gave us a writhing look. The suggestion of an anti-chroniton pulse along with overcharged photon torpedoes becomes are strategy followed by as much phaser power we can toss at it. Dangerous over charging photon torpedoes, but we need as much power too them in order to cause the necessary damage we are going to need. But we were going to need to get pretty close. The XO kindly names the torpedoes as anit-chroniton enhanced super torpedoes.

In defense we have our shields and 8 probes out acting as decoys a fine pilot at the Helm and Star Fleet ingenuity. All this we had up against the Super computer that can jump through time. To say the least our work was not going to be an easy one and the playing field was anyone’s game.

The Captain worked on talking to the AI as we worked on preparations and getting closer to the T66. When the T66 grew tired of talking to the captain it began taking out the probes. Working to locate us the last probe was gone as we came into the range we needed and permission to fire was enacted. I worked the launch of the Torpedoes as Lt Krupinski worked on making sure the Torpedoes were charged with the Anti- chroniton and monitored the damage we did to the T66.

It took 3 passes and 11 super charged Torpedoes to down the T66, along with phaser power, our own ship felt the shock wave and we had of a 12th super charge Torpedoes explode in launching from its Torpedo tube. Currently 2 of our security team are out of commission and 1 in critique condition and one dead.

Commander Cordova Marabana
Chief of Security

Conclusion:

Casualty list
Crewman Marian Frost suffering 2nd and 3rd degree burns
Lt Jg Angnes Callahan suffering from laceration to her back and 2 broken ribs

Critical List
PO Yazeb 3rd Degree burns, smoke inhalation, Broken rib and right arm. Note Petty officer Yazeb acted beyond the call of duty and managed to save all by crewman Dave Sterling when the Torpedo exploded.

Killed in Action
Crewman Dave Sterling died in the explosion of the Torpedo but not before locking down several areas that would have caused major back fire thought the ship.

Armament:
3 of 4 Torpedo Tubes are still active
8 of 13 Phaser Arrays are still operational
2 of 4 Photon Cannons still operational

20 of 50 Phonton Torpedoes
30 of 50 Quantum Torpedoes

24 of 50 Probes


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In service
Commander Cordova Marabana
Chief of Security
mulgrave Dwi
UFS Civilian
UFS Civilian

120212.0841

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United Federation Starfleet
<<USS Sheppard>>
<<NCC - 74679>>
=A= Engineering Log =A=
Chief of Engineering <Lieutenent Commander> Alexander Zapatero reporting...
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Stardate: 120205
Location: Chenae Battleship

Log entry: Judgement Day

<After being seized by a Chenae Warship, our <Captain> Mulgrave Dwi and the Sheppard is accused of terrorism and await judgement.>

Individual Reports:

<We were lucky to have passed judgement of an alien species so lightly. Given the circumstances again, we might not have been so lucky. After the Chenae stripped our Captain of her warrior status, it was clear that we were on our own from their help to get home.

We pressed on however. I am still not quite sure how but after leaving that dreadful courtroom, the Captain managed to find us coordinates and statistical data to make another timejump. With a few special modfications to our deflector dish, everything from the Sheppard was placed in high gear as we plunged ourselves thru another void into space.>

Technical Report: Hull Damage

<Our first major task of repair are the multiple hull breaches, both micro and major, to several of the Sheppard Decks. Affected areas due to our skirmish with plasma weaponary are Decks 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, and 13. With the exception of Deck 12, the extent of damage seems to be finding the resources to replicate titanium duranium alloy to patch up these microfractures on these decks. After that, the main task for these decks will be assessing whether the status of ODN relays and EPS conduits and manifolds are operable or need replacing. Then, circuitry connecting each deck to life support, gravitmetric stabilizers and shield emitters will need to be looked at and installed.

Damage and Repairs Timetable: Hull Damage

<To contain these breaches, the warpcore's energy output has been running overtime trying to sustain the emergency forcefields & bulkheads to these decks. I have assigned half of Eng. Team D to begin the task of repairing these microfractures. It won't be long before we've begun replacing ODN relays and circuit breakers between the decks. My main concern to these repairs however is obtaining the resources to fix everything. Gelpacks, ODN relays etc... they do not come cheap and considering the Warpcore is at its wits end, the power to replicate them is slow. Under normal duress and manpower, I could easily say a few weeks could handle the task of each deck. All things considered, we may be looking at twice the time. A month perhaps.>

Technical Report: Main Deflector & Deck 12

<Next on an agenda of repairs is back to Deck 12. Reason being, the only way to get to our main deflector is to get thru the carnage of Deck 12. To even begin, Eng. Team C would need to cut open the door on Deck 12. During the deflector explosion, the blast fused the door to the deflector together. Adding insult to injury, Deck 12 was in complete disarray in the first place. 75 % of the warpcore's power, I believe is dedicated to keeping Deck 12 from plunging into outer space. Life support is barely functional. Gravitmetric stabilizers are offline. Shield emitters to this deck are offline.>

Damage and Repairs Timetable: Main Deflector & Deck 12

<To begin, engineering is going to need EVAC suits for this repair. It's going to at least take a day for that. The next step wpuld be opening the deflector room door. I suppose my trusty hydrospanner can solve that problem. Finally, the last part is the assessment of the actual deflector. If it is anyway destroyed like I have previously seen it in other skirmishes we've had. Six weeks would be the minimum I could have it fixed.

Technical Report: Miscellanous

<Now begins the task of assessing many other damaged sections of the Sheppard. On the starboard side of the Sheppard, we have multiple thrusters on this side respectively offline due to plasma damage. This has caused navigation controls to be extremely sluggish and for the most part, impossible to steer.

Several of the Sheppard's sensor arrayes have had to be taken offline on this side as well. You wouldn't believe the amount of complaints I've received from Operations and Science alike to get these arrayes working. We are almost blind without them.

Several of the Sheppard's phaser arrayes have been taken offline due to the direct assault of plasma shots to them. Several circuitry failures to these systems seems to be caused by the fires we've had to put out to electrical fires.

Lastly, engineering has the task of working on the Sheppard front torpedos tubes. The damage to them are extensive not only to the actual tube by to the bays in which the torps are launched. Many of them will definitely need to be rebuilt from scratch.>

Damage and Repairs Timetable: Miscellenous

<In regards to miscellenous matters, I've managed to pick a few crewmen from my Eng. Team B to begin work on the Sheppard's sensor arrayes. Without eyes, we can't see and even with weaponry, if we can't see. We can't fight. Work to these systems are slow due to the lack of manpower assigned to them. I really would like to appoint more members to these tasks but after losing my Eng. Team A, my hands are tied. I have begun the task of asking for assistance from our Operations and Security department to begin the work a few of my Eng. Team B has started. Resources to replace hull plating and EPS systems are still very lax but until we can take some stress off of the warpcore (which I have the other half of Eng. Team B working on), my repair schedules are going to suffer. I am anticipating that repairs to these miscellenous systems are going to take a good three weeks at least to repair and find the resources for in that repair.

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In Service,
<Lieutenent Commander> Alexander Zapatero
Jess Hamelin
UFS Civilian
UFS Civilian

120212.1851

CREW MANIFEST

Commanding Officer - CAPT Mulgrave Dwi
Executive Officer - CMDR Jess Hamelin

Chief of Security - CMDR Cordova Marabana
Security Officer - LT Kalenna Krupinski

Chief of OPS - LTCMDR April Coswell
Vice Chief of OPS - LT Rich Lombardia
Ops Officer - LTjg Melisa Ellison
Ops Officer - ENS Oaksi

Medical Officer - LTCMDR Carlisle (Data) Axel

Acting Chief Science Officer - LT Araulya Coronet
Science Officer - LTjg Leo Ravenheart

Chief of Engineering - LTCMDR Alex Zapatero
Vice Chief of Engineering - LTCMDR Chrystian Merlin
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