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200212 - In De-Nile

The USS Veracruz is an Allegiance Class Starship operating in Second Life since launching in October of 2011 (Stardate 111001). Commodore Kinney Randt has been in command, along with Executive Officer Commander Aryela Dagger from launch date until the present.

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Commanding Officer: Kinney Randt
Executive Officer: Aryela Dagger

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200310.1900

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United Federation Starfleet
USS Veracruz
NCC - 200808
=A= Captain's Log =A=
Rear Admiral Kinney Randt Rhode recording
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== Prelude ==

Captain's Log:

Stardate: 200212

Alert Status: Yellow

USS Veracruz has received a distress call from the Runabout Nile. While the message was breaking up, we were able to receive enough of the transmission to learn that they had encountered an asteroid field, and that their drive system had failed and life support was losing power.

Given the urgency, and limited time, I have asked Captain Syntron to detach the USS Monterrey and thus double our ability to search the asteroid field. We have 30 minutes to find a small runabout if we are to rescue the crew members aboard.

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Rear Admiral Kinney Randt-Rhode
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200310.1901

*Crew Manifest*

CO Rear Admiral Kinney Randt-Rhode
XO Commodore Aryela Dagger

Chief Operations Officer Capt Ponce "Gron Syntron" Zapatero
Operations Officer Lt Cmdr Leighann Mantis

Chief Engineer Lt Cmdr Cyrillian Guardian
Vice Chief Engineer Capt Moonprince Rhode-Randt

Chief Security OfficerCmdr Kristoff Jameson
Security Officer Lt Cmdr Stormgyro "Stormy Macpherson" Resident

Chief Science Officer Capt Scottybrit "Skot Brit" Resident

Chief Medical Officer Cmdr Rodneymmckay "Rodney McKay-Sheppard" Resident


**Guest Stars**


Operations Officer Ensign Winston Venn Dorian Cmdr Fred McCellan
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200314.1541

To: Admiral Kinney Randt, CO, USS Veracruz
CC: Captain Gron Syntron, Chief of Operations
From: Lieutenant Commander LeighAnn Mantis, Operations Officer, USS Veracruz

United Federation Starfleet
USS Veracruz
SS001

=A= Helmsman Log=A=

Stardate: 200212

Voice Recording:

As usual, I took the Helm and made the Veracruz resume standard patrol on a course of 221, mark 150. I then engaged at Warp 5.

While on patrol, I witnessed Lt. Cmdr. MacPherson become ill and once the doctor noticed it, she was promptly removed to Sickbay.

I then turned my attention to bringing the Veracruz into an asteroid field and instigating a grid search pattern. I continued to operate the Helm of the Veracruz even when an away team took a shuttle to get a better look at the asteroid field. The Monterrey eventually got into a situation and we had to rescue them by entering the field ourselves, which we did successfully thanks to my exemplary piloting skills.



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