Medical Officer's Log, Stardate 200406.1903 - Aiding the Maxwell

USS COURAGEOUS, NCC-75469, is a Defiant-Class escort,science, survey, support vessel based out of Pinastri Colony in the Second Life world.
We are presently in the Delta Quadrant, starting the very first missions of a vessel of this class. Tasked with seeking new lifeforms and new civilizations, And to support and defend the Pinastri Colony, and any other station ship, and outpost that is needed. The USS Courageous is a small powerful determined Vessel . the Courageous gets her name from Ameila Earharts phrase about “Courage”.
This small ship will be Courageous on her missions and journeys.

With the young hands of T’Preea as CO, and Turak as XO with a fresh crew and stars to guide by we shall set the quadrant ablaze with our exploration and bold missions.

“Courage, is the price that life exacts for granting peace”.
Amelia Earhart.

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Acting Executive Officer: Billdwire Resident
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Beollain Resident
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Duty Post: Medical
Ship/Station Posted: Pinastri Headquarters Medical
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Medical officer's log, stardate 200406.1903

While en route to investigate a peculiar asteroid that has been observed giving off an energy signature indicating intelligent life, we were diverted as a result of a distress call arising from the USS Maxwell at 1722 hrs. We raised yellow alert and immediately headed to the coordinates provided from Starfleet Command via subspace message relay at 1729 hrs. We were advised that there were personnel on the planet surface, but that the real issue was in orbit where a small pirate fleet was posturing with the Maxwell. The Maxwell had been on its way to the Hapke Cluster when she was attacked. Upon arrival, 1739 hrs, we observed three Corsair type ships. We kept our distance and observed, with coms listening for subspace chatter, but they eventually noticed our intrusion.

The captain ordered shields up and full weapon charge at 1749 hours, with standing orders to go to red alert immediately, if fired upon. Tactical then scanned the area for more of the Corsair type ships. They assumed a threatening posture at 1751 hrs, and we went to red alert. At 1752 hrs, I observed elevated heart rates and blood pressure in the human crew members. It was still within expected range, so I did not alert the Captain, but I did note it, and dedicated one monitor to their vitals. The USS Courageous returned fire on what appeared to be the lead pirate ship at 1753 hrs. Their shields proved to be a greater challenge than anticipated. It wasn't until 1805 hrs, that one of the ships was damaged enough to cause it to pull back from the fighting. At 1806 hrs, the Captain ordered us toward an asteroid, but kept red alert in effect and weapons at ready. At 1808 hrs, we locked on a second target.

The Captains vitals were slightly elevated indicating anxiety, as were those of the navigator, Cadet Lana. Other crew members had similar elevations, but because of the importance of their stations, I focused on the Captain and Navigator. The Vulcan tactical officer showed no signs of stress. At 1811 hrs, three more Corsair style ships warped in, taking the total remaining pirates to five ships. By 1816 hrs, we had engaged a second ship. By 1820 hrs, one of the ships broke away and left the battle at full impulse. To this point, our shields had held, and I was feeling slightly more at ease. When fire broke out, I had expected several injuries, but we got through without the crew getting so much as a scratch. By 1834 hrs, we had destroyed a ship. That left only three. The Captain ordered helm to lay in a pursuit course, and ordered tactical to continue firing in order to distract them from the USS Maxwell.

By 1843 hrs, the enemy ships were on the run and the USS Courageous and the USS Sheppard were holding position to assist the USS Maxwell with repairs. At this time, the vital signs of the ships crew were returning to expected parameters. We rallied with the other two ships, and began making continuous sensor sweeps to look out for any other Corsair ships. Once the fighting was concluded, helm exhibited signs of a headache. The Captain had me check her, and she was found to have vessel constriction causing pain in the temporal region. An analgesic was administered. The Courageous is, for the time, holding position to assist in repairs.





Attending physician: Dr. Rowan Roundel
Date attended for treatment: 200406
Location of treatment: Aboard the USS Courageous NCC 75469, Open Space, Delta Quadrant



Patient Name: Lana Roundel
Gender: Female
Species: Human
Identifying Marks/Features: None
Hair colour: Blonde (Dyed tips)
Eye colour: Green/Pink
Age: 18
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 128 Lbs.
Rank: Cadet
Branch: Security
Family Medical History: Not Applicable


Standard Bio Scan:

Blood pressure: Within Expected Range
Heart rate: Within Expected Range
Blood sugar: Within Expected Range
Lung Capacity: Within Expected Range


* Patient presented with a headache in the temporal region


* The patient was scanned and found to have constricted blood vessels decreasing free flow of oxygenated blood to the brain.
* The headache was presumed to be stress related.
* An analgesic was administered.


* Patient is released to full regular duty.

Ensign Beollain, Medical Officer
Assigned to Pinastri Headquarters Medical
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