In Harm's Way

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In Harm's Way
General Data
*SIM Type: USS Sheppard Missions
*Production number: SHEP-RP056
*Initiated: 110319
*Ended: 110319
*Year: 2386
*Forum Thread: In Harm's Way
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*SIM Concept: Mulgrave Dwi
*Historian: April Coswell

In the Veoi system, the Sheppard finds signs of the Nabraithians' recent visit - a M-class planet with its atmosphere vaporized and the remains of the USS Scott


Captain's log, Stardate 110319.

I have come to a decision. We may arrive late but we have to at least try to get to Pinastri to help the fleet. Beta shift have managed to estimate the effect of destroying the listening post and plotted a course; they say there should be a blind spot in the n=Nabraithians' detection grid for the sector. It's not perfect and they could still detect us with their normal ship sensors but it gives us some cover to get close with less chance of detection.

With us being careful, it will still take us a week to get to Pinastri, and we have managed to contact the USS Scott - a Second Fleet ship that didn't quite get back from their assignment in time to join in the fleet action against the Nabraithians. As a result, Captain Quinn's ship got stuck behind enemy lines in a similar way to ours. We will rendez-vous with them in the next few hours in the Veoi system, that is enroute to Pinastri.

Computer, end log.


As the Sheppard approached the Veoi system where it had planned to meet with the USS Scott, sensor scans showed no energy or radio signatures – highly unusual considering the presence of a M-class planet. Upon entering the system, the crew found that the Nabraithians had been there as well – the planet’s atmosphere had been vaporized and there were no life-signs.

Following an ion trail detected by Tactical, the Sheppard found the heavily-damaged remains of a Starfleet ship. Two away teams were sent to investigate and, although they managed to find some consoles still running on emergency power, had limited success accessing and downloading the data. They were, however, able to identify the ship as the USS Scott. No crew were found.

Captain Dwi, Lieutenant Commander Hamelin and Lieutenant j.g. Zapatero were all injured in the away mission.


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