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JKirk_2401

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Report this Jan. 24 2010, 1:54 am

USS Enterprise-I

MAIN MISSION

Captain's Log: Stardate 79063.09

It appears that normal and mission are not two words that can run together in the same sentence for this ship and this crew. ¿With the Geomagnetic Storm now on a definite approach for the mainland where the Denali launch is scheduled, the Denali have moved their flight launch up; actually, they've already launched. According to reports from the away team, this could cause a massive EMP wave which could disrupt ships systems and completely jeapordize the away teams mission, as we will be unable to beam them safely to the ship. ¿At the moment we are still experiences difficulties with the ships hull and some form of electrical charging occuring, this could cause us major problems if this EMP hits. ¿Thankfully the away team is programmed with personal cloaking devices due to our inability to beam them up. ¿As for the ship, I cannot move us out of orbit any farther than I have ordered due to the flight path of the Denali vessel and I can take no further action until they have either succeeded or failed with their test warp flight. ¿It is simply a matter of wait and see now...

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Report this Jan. 25 2010, 10:04 pm

USS Enterprise-I

MAIN MISSION

Captain's Log: Additional Entry

As of this moment, we are celebrating a success and yet we are also hoping that there is not a failure on the other hand. ¿My away team; which was dispatched to monitor the Denali before the launch, is now in trouble it seems. ¿The Electrical Storm that threatened the launch of the Denali shuttle is now threatening my away team. ¿The Storm is unordinarily strong and it seems there is no safe way to retrieve the away team until the storm is passed. I only hope that they manage to reach the shelter of the cave system some 10-15 minutes out of their location before the storm destroys the duckblind and one of them is either injured or killed. ¿On another note, with the success of the launch of the Denali shuttle, it is now my job and my obligation to initiate First Contact between the Federation and the people of Denal. ¿With the storm raging on the planet below, it is my decision to contact the crew of the shuttle first and establish a repore with it's crew. ¿Due to the fact that their communications is the equivalant to Earth's Radio, our first contact with them will be Audio only. ¿ While I find myself anxious to begin the First Contact, I am extraordinarily worried about my away team... and I am hoping that they all return safely.

Personal Log: It has been a good number of years since I led a First contact and I am hoping that my diplomatic skills will somehow manage to pull this thing together. ¿Everyone knows I'm not the most diplomatic of officers, but I find myself looking forward to this First contact

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Report this Jan. 25 2010, 10:15 pm

USS Grizzly

Captain's Log: Addendum

After our initial launch, we detected a glitch in the upgrades, as time calculations program for the helm had not been installed. ?Luckily, Commander Johnson quickly remedied this and we are now running at 100%. ?Once the time was adjusted, we found ourselves reaching our destination a lot earlier than at first thought. ? After several hours we finally reached Starbase 74 and rendezvoused with the Enterprise and the rest of Alpha Fleet. ?We are currently enroute to engage the Borg and stop them for the last time, it is our hopes that the battle will be over quickly and without the loss of many lives or ships. ?WE are expecting the worst.

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Report this Jan. 26 2010, 11:51 am

USS Enterprise-I

MAIN MISSION

Captain's Log: Addendum

First contact with the Denali has been made and I feel that the beginnings of a rapport with the crew of the Denali vessel has been established.  I have ordered a diplomatic dinner to be held in honor of our guests this evening, and that all officers should attend in their dress uniforms.  The Denali will be coming aboard ship at my invitation and I find myself excited by the prospect of meeting them face to face.  On a more serious note, we have yet to hear from the away team on the planet, it is my hope that we hear from them very soon.

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Report this Jan. 28 2010, 2:36 pm

USS Grizzly

Captain's Log: Supplemental
The battle is finally over and our losses are grievous, with both the USS Embolden and USS Shadow lost in the battle.  Fortunately, the Shadow managed to perform a saucer separation and so the loss of live was not quite so egregious as it was with the Embolden .  I have yet to receive any reports on the conditions of the Enterprise and Stargazer , but from what I was able to see on the view screen they are just as badly damaged as the rest of us.  

The casualties and fatalities aboard my vessel are heavy and I find myself mourning the lives of the crew members that were lost in this battle, and yet I know their losses are not invein.  The Borg have been stopped for the last time; it would seem, and unlike the Battle of Wolf 359, Starfleet's valiant officers are limping home.  

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Report this Jan. 29 2010, 9:35 am

USS Enterprise-I

MAIN MISSION

Captain's Log: Supplemental
The Denali shuttle pilots are now safely aboard the Enterprise, resting in their guest quarters as we all prepare for the diplomatic dinner that is to occur in a few hours.  After nearly 6 hours, the electrical storm has finally began to abate, as just 10 minutes ago, we were able to punch through the storm to get a visual reading on the away team.  The situation did not look good; as it looks as if at least two of the team are wounded and they are being confronted by what looks to be a Denali patrol team.  As of now, I have dispatched Commander Scott and a team of his choosing to beam down and rescue the away team with orders to use force only if absolutely necessary. I do not believe it will be required for him to do so, as the Denali; despite technological advancement, is still a somewhat superstitious culture.  Shortly after making contact with the Denali team; before I arrived back on the bridge, I received a communique from Starfleet Command that the Lexington will be arriving within the next few hours with a diplomatic team to take over dealings with the Denali.  That is fine by me; after all, I'm a Starship Captain and not a diplomat.  From there we are to head to Starbase 97 where we will pick up Captain Kaid Montgomery; who will be observing us on our next mission and the crew shall take a few days of shoreleave before our next mission.

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Report this Feb. 01 2010, 12:12 am

USS Enterprise-I

MAIN MISSION

Captain's Log: Summation

 It seems our mission was combined with success and failure this trip.  While we witnessed the shuttle making warp flight and managed to initiate first contact, our away team suffered more trouble.  Due to solar flares on the planets surface, an Geomagnetic storm broke out over the continent in which the launch was scheduled.  They launched early so as to launch ahead of the storm, but it seems it caused a bit more of an electrical disturbance.  According to the reports of the away team, an electrical surge(also known as lightening) was eminent, forcing them to abandon the duckblind and blow it up.  The resulting shockwave struck the engineering officer, injuring her.  The storm then caused interference with the personal cloaks and made them somewhat visible to the Denali.   Upon Rok attempting to talk his way out of it, the Denali male shot him and caused him injury, forcing Jeanne to take over the lead and fake being a God in order to get out of the situation.  Luckily, the Geomagnetic storm eased up by that time and we were able to beam down the rescue team to pull them off the planet.   After having to reboot the warp engines, (due to interference from magnetic problems) we are currently enroute to SB97 at maximum warp.  The diplomatic dinner that we held for the Denali went well over all, with little misunderstandings between either side.

Back at Denal, Captain Jack Williams and the Lexington are left to deal with the Starfleet Diplomatic Corp as well as the Denali, cleaning up the mission that we began.   We also received Captain Kaid Donovan aboard ship a few hours ago with the Lexington's arrival, he will act as a command observer while aboard ship.

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Report this Feb. 01 2010, 2:10 pm

USS Grizzly

Captains Log: Stardate 67086.4

¿We have just received our orders for our next mission and I find myself glad that it is such a simple one; after the most recent events. ¿Our mission is to head immediately for Cestus III where we shall proceed to perform the medical and technical inspections that they are 6 months over due for. ¿A milk run mission... I think the crew will be as appreciative of this as I am. ¿I have included the full list of personnel assignments for the away team and bridge roster for this mission in this log.

Personnel Assignment Roster

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Report this Feb. 06 2010, 4:07 am

USS Enterprise-I

MAIN MISSION

Captain's Log: Stardate 79098.9

¿Well, we're out on the move again and heading back into the Gamma Quadrant for a standard and routine patrol of the region. ¿During our patrol, we are to stop by and visit several Federation Outposts to offer any aid that they may be required of us. ¿Enroute to our current assignment, Captain Eneas received a seperate assignment from Colonel Torres and the SSA. ¿As of this moment she has taken a team of officers and they are headed towards their assignment in Orion territory. ¿I am not aware of the details of their mission, but I find myself wondering if Colonel Torres has finally lost all of her marbles. ¿ While the away team head out for their mission, we are to continue into the Gamma Quadrant to see our mission through. ¿This looks to be a milk run mission, something that I believe we could use for once. ¿Attached to this log is a copy of the active duty rosters for the officers on both missions.

ACTIVE DUTY OFFICER ROSTER

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Captain's Log: Additional Entry

Once again the Enterprise has gone through hellfire and back out again. En route to Gamma 7 for the first of our visits to Federation Outposts in the Gamma Quadrant, we encountered a Thrull Vessel.  A battle ensued almost immediately, with them opening fire upon us the moment they were within range.  With our shields up, their weapons had almost little to no affect, which indicated that they'd already suffered a major power drain of some sort.  The battle proceeded for some minutes before the fired phased plasma torpedoes at us, Starfleet issue is my guess.  I would say that the torpedoes were stolen from another vessel they attacked; however, they did their job.  The torpedoes tore through our shields like a knife through butter, causing hull breaches on Decks 8 and 12. We launched Quantum torpedoes in response, which damaged them but did not destroy them and in the end, we had to fire a full spread of multiphasic torpedoes to destroy the Thrull vessel.  After the battle was over, Lieutenant Donovan managed to match the weapons signature on the Thrull vessels hull to a familiar enemy, the Reptilian Xindi.  According to Lieutenant Donovan, the Thrull faced off with the Xindi just a few hours before they encountered the [i]Enterprise
.  IT is my guess that the Xindi are still somewhere in the area, unfortunately we are damaged badly enough that we cannot travel faster than Impulse and we are currently en route to Gamma 7.  Hopefully they can offer some assistance with repairs to the ship.   I have asked Commander Ingerson and Lieutenant t'Kavaren to have their departments work jointly to compile any possible information regarding the Reptilian Xindi and the Thrull within the Gamma Quadrant and the information will be presented at the upcoming Staff Meeting.

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Report this Feb. 17 2010, 12:44 pm

USS Enterprise-I

Captain's Log: Addendum
It seems this mission is bound to be fraught with excitement, as not even hours after our first battle our sensors picked up a blip following behind us. ¿We continued en route to Gamma 7 until it became apparent that the blip was a vessel. ¿On the recommendations of Commanders Lancy and Ingerson, a buoy was rigged with a shuttle cloaking device and launched in order to help us better detect who was following us. ¿ It wasn't long; however, before Commander Lancy suggested an abrupt course change would make the detection of the vessel easier and would make it less obvious what we were doing. ¿I agreed and we changed course and almost immediately they followed us directly and their identity became known. ¿A second Thrull vessel. ¿ ¿Contact was established with the Thrull and even as the Xindi that had attacked the first vessel was closing in, a temporary 'truce' was arranged and together the Enterprise and the Thrull worked together to destroy the Xindi. ¿Of course, we took no chances and destroyed the Thrull within minutes of the Xindi being destroyed, as our own condition would've left us a prime target for the Thrull. ¿ We are currently en route to Gamma 7 to at least partially finish our mission and to receive parts so that we can make it to the nearest Starbase without going boom.

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Report this Feb. 24 2010, 12:12 pm

USS Enterprise-G

Captain's Log: Stardate 72144.7
We have received our first official orders with me in the command chair and I find myself grateful to be heading out. While I appreciated the time spent sitting and bringing the ship up to par, it is time to get back out into the thick of hell and begin doing some good. Our current mission is to deliver a current load of supplies to Chi'Rhiann; and if possible, avoid any confrontations with the Alliance. If we are forced into a confrontation, we have Central Command's permission to open fire first... and truth be known I'd do so with or without their permission. My number one concern is my crew and I refuse to put them in any danger I do not deem necessary

We have received our new crew and I find myself more than happy with the officers currently on my roster. I look forward to serving with each and every one of them.

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