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Posted on Fri Apr 7th, 2017 @ 5:21am by 1st Lieutenant Sy'ren Kejal & Lieutenant JG Ksawery (Xavier) Wilczyński PhD

Mission: Wildspace
Location: Deck 7 - Chief Science Officer's Office
Timeline: Current, after "Operatur"

It was 11 AM, and Ksawery was sitting in his office going through the data from the last night simulation... And he stood by it. Additional precautions would have to be made, but after a good night sleep - he came up with the simplest idea. One would have to be maning the science station all the time and keep an active scan of the space before the Armageddon. And of course, operations would have to be on constant standby to adjust the shield frequency for the temporal variants. No the easiest thing to do.

He took a sip of the soda he replicated, and lost himself in thoughts about the issues, when the sound of the the buzzer snapped him out of his trance.

Kejal stood at the door of the Science Officer after having reviewed logs and data recorded from the Enterprise encounter. The last thing he wanted was to spend the foreseeable future living and re-living the next 48 hours. He checked his uniform quickly just as the door opened revealing Ksawery at his desk.

"Good Morning Lieutenant, I don't think we've officially met. I'm First Lieutenant Sy'ren I'm the CO of the Marine detachment."
Kejal extended his hand.

Ksawery raised his head from the equations and looked at the man in SFMC uniform. "Ah... Hello, lieutenant. Ah. What can I do for you ?" Wilczyński asked, as he stood up and shook Bajorans hand.

"After the mission briefing, began to look over the logs and telemetry of ships that have passed through this region." Kejal placed the PADD on the desk.

"While I found little help from the Bozeman, the Enterprise sensors recorded plenty, although the crew was a little preoccupied in avoiding the collision. I was wondering if we could equip the tactical tricorder the marines use with hardware to detect temporal anomalies."

Xavier thought for a second. To be quite fair, he did not think about a possibility of temporal anomalies during planetary exploration. To be fair, it could happen - the Expanse was mostly uncharted, and planets were unexplored.

"Doubtable. tactical tricoders are not able to detect chroniton particles which are typical with the temporal phenomena. But, we could train some of your men in using science tricoders" Wilczyński suggested after consideration.

"Understood," Kejal conceded, "if we networked one science model to the tactical display on the arms of his teammates we could allow them all to see what the tricorder sees."

Xavier nodded. "The raw data. But they would need to know how to interpret them. If you want I can give you and your man a course in the use of the science tricoder and interpretation of the data" Wilczyński suggested.

"I think we have time for a brief tutorial, I'd like to get some field training done on the holodeck before we get to The Expanse."

Xavier thought about this for a second. "All right. So I will make a briefing for your men, let us say 1100 hours tomorrow... And if you wouldn't mind, can I take a field training with your troops... Just as an observer. I will implement few of the things from the briefing into the program" Wilczyński suggested.

"I'd be delighted if you joined us. Thank you for your assistance Lieutenant". Kejal sent a message alerting the detachment of the training schedule. "How is your sharp shooting? Perhaps we can make this a teaching moment for both of our departments."

"Hmm. I am a bit rusty, maybe it is a good idea to take a few training shots... It might also do some good, to some members of the science team... Might be a good idea" Xavier said.

Kejal stood and preparing to leave, he extended his hand again. "I'll see you and your team tomorrow at 1100 hours, I'll book Holodeck 2".

"Good. I shall have preselected team for you by 1800 hours today" Wilczynski said.


Lieutenant JG Ksawery Wilczyński
Chief Science Officer
USS Armageddon


1rst Lieutenant Sy'ren Kejal
Marine Commanding Officer
USS Armageddon:)


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