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|No Rest for Returning Heroes|
|*SIM Type: USS Veracruz Missions|
|*Production number: VERA-RP008|
|*Forum Thread: No Rest for Returning Heroes|
|*Previous Mission: Final Curtain|
|*Next Mission: [[Next>>]]|
|*SIM Concept: Kinney Randt|
|*Historian: Jamie Czavicevic|
Beta Shift CO's LOG:
Location: In route to Pinastri
Alert Status: Green
The USS Proto has been destroyed, Skellos is in custody yet our heros dont have time to rest. The USS Veracruz is badly damaged Decks 7 and 8, and 34 - 37 are breached the entire Security wing of Deck 7 is destroyed along with transporter control. Impulse Drives are down, and the ships maximum speed of warp 1. The crew begins to repair the ships systems as Veracruz limps home to repair and resupply.
In service, Jamie Czavicevic
The crew of the Veracruz is starting to effect repairs, as they limp home at approximately warp 1. Beta shift commander Lt Jamie Czavicevic has ordered all departments to assist engineering in any wa possible to get the ship home. Operations has sent a message to USS Goddard on her orders, requesting their assistance to escort Veracruz home. Repairs continued on the ship and Veracruz progressed to the rondevu point for their escort home.
With sensors badly damaged, the USS Veracruz crew launched a runabout to transmit sensor data back to Veracruz while at warp. Commander Vulpina Howley recommended that all Structural Integrity Field Generators be replaced while in dry dock. Lt Czavicevic requested the status of the commanders Radiation badge , the Commander said her badge was not showing any elevation of radiation. The commander also reported that both the port and stern reactors need to be replaced.
Commander Howley started to sound winded on Coms and Doctor Rhea Czavicevic asked for her condition, to which she responded she was on her way to the bridge. Once on the bridge, Commander Howley was showing signs of radiation poisoning and her radiation badge was Grey, Dr Czavicevic started inoculations and radiation treatments.
As the Veracruz approached the USS Goddard rendezvous, LT Czavicevic had an idea to have Goddard tow the Veracruz home. Commander Howley said it would be a lot smother ride at higher warp then our own engines with the weakened Structural stabilizers.
Lt Czavicevic ordered the Ship to drop out of warp and prepare for the tow and contacted Goddard to request this. Once the Goddard arrived it locked tractor beams on the USS Veracruz and towed her home.