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Task Force 47, Task Group 47A
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Lieutenant JG Kevin, Lord Kilbane of Sanquhar has joined Chief Security/Tactical Officer
The ships back story is that; the last mission before her refit and I took command was for the USS Livingstone to survey Lippershey 2. The Livingstone’s crews task was straightforward they were to observe a pre-warp civilisation roughly equivalent to early in the 16 century Earth. Starfleet believed that this planet was in the process of discovering the telescope, and therefore would have the ability to look into space for the first time. The mission was to assess the state of technology and position marker buoys around the system to warn ships not to intervene in the planet's development.
The Livingstone is to return to Lippershey 2. Carry out an anthropological survey and discover the state of the planet's technology. This means that the ship and crew will be traversing the same area of space on which the mutiny occurred. The Livingstone is approaching the planet has has devised 2 plans, 1 to remain hidden from view and another of how to explore the planet with out been spotted.
The marines have built a holographic base and the away team is on the planet and about to set off in search of the telescope. An away team has left the base and headed towards a large city where they believe the telescope is hidden, how ever a large force is heading towards the city from a different direction.
The crew are in the process of investigating 3 large columns of smoke heading towards the city.
Submitted By: Livingstone
Posted: April 29, 2018 8:57 am
Updated: April 29, 2018