Chief Medical Officer’s Log

I have returned from maternity leave a few days ago. Captain Taylor and I welcomed a new cadet into our family on the 17th of August. Alice Amanda Taylor was 7 lbs 12oz. And 19 inches – came into this world kicking and screaming and hasn’t stopped since.
I find Sickbay in surprisingly good shape and we’ll stocked. Nurse Tribble said she was “just doing my job”. After I get caught up with patient files and reports I will definitely investigate this claim… especially since, among the reports I found that our Nurse T had completed all courses and tests to become a nurse practitioner. All that’s left is a 120 hours of supervised practice. Well, I suppose I can grit my teeth and bear it. I could, after all, use the help.
Chief Medical Officer’s log, supplemental
I walked in on Nurse Tribble wrangling a large, malodorous beast from the nurse’s lounge back into the lab… After having some severe words and issuing serious threats, I got her to confess that it was one of her continued experiments on fungi that… “got a little out of control” and had “a little stroll around the ship”. “He’s really just a harmless, fuzzy, perhaps a little too ambulatory, and overgrown mold…” After some more discouraging words and extra duty assignments she promised she would take better care to keep her experiments contained. I’m the last person to dissuade scientific research, but this is a starship, Not the Island of Dr. Moreau!
Commander Dora Taylor, Chief Medical Officer

Science Status Report

It was an active summer for the Sciences division. Extensive research on wet pressure heat vs. dry roasting heat for primitive anthropology research on 21st century human habit of preparation of carbon based life forms for protein sources. Our results suggest wet, high pressure with CH3CO-OH and crushed dried herbaceous plants and NaCl, followed by dry roasting over open flame with a wet, spicy blend of fruits and sugars is a sensorily pleasant way to prepare the ribs of a porcine life form.

Some emergency physics research involving shuttle craft and low speed impacts with solid immovable objects. Our department is still recovering the resources from that one.
Many of our experiments resulted in trips to sick bay. Will attempt to do more virtual experimentation in the holodeck vs. Practical experimentation in the future. Except with that anthropological research because it turns out that primitive carbon based porcine life forms are delicious.

Working with engineering on severe temperature and humidity fluctuations, which seem to have settled for the time being.

LLAP

Cyn Brunelle, Sciences

Security Status Report

The security on our ship has been exceptional since my last report. I’ve taken a lot of time to do lots of security checks and fix things that needed to be fixed. I have had security personal go through guard duty and weapons training. We have also checked weapons to make sure everything is safe and functioning properly. All new security team members security clearances have been updated, and old security team members clearances have been revoked and terminated.

Due to insubordination a crew member was launched out of a torpedo tube and will spend his life sentence marooned on an unknown planted.

Lieutenant Commander M. Anzaldi, Chief Security Officer

March Meeting of the USS Narragansett

The meeting was held at the Exeter-West Greenwich High School Library. This was one of the largest turnouts we’ve seen for a meeting and we were excited to see some new members join us for the first time.

Commander Taylor brought the meeting to order at 1515. Captain Anzaldi introduced Fleet Captain Knotts who presided over the meeting. Captain Knotts brought us up to speed as to the latest happenings on the Fleet level. He mentioned the the USS Narragansett is setting the standard for other ships to meet.

A new mission was announced for this month. It is a diplomatic mission and details will be released soon. Stay tuned to the Narragansett Crew group on Facebook for details.

Crewmen Clauson and Feldman were promoted to Ensign. Crewman DeMello was promoted to Lieutenant Junior Grade and assigned as the Ship’s Counselor. Lieutenant Griffin was promoted to Lieutenant Commander and officially appointed as Chief Tactical Officer.

Commendations were presented to many members who participated in the Archaeology Fleet One mission.

Plans for the newsletter were announced. Photos were taken of all of the members present at the meeting as well as a group picture. A good time was had by all.

Chief Science Officer’s Log

Several years of time loops has greatly tampered with my memory and cognition. My apologies that it affected my previous reporting. What follows is based on my memory of events, the best I can parse together after the long and harrowing mission that nearly took my life and the lives of my colleagues, thousands upon thousands of times.

The first loop I remember began around February 11th. We assumed we were headed on a relatively simple mission to survey and recover the archaeological remains of the historical relic, the USS Shenzhou. Fleet Captain Knotts took control of a fleet consisting of the Enterprise, Narragansett and Voyager. I was tasked, in Captain Tuvok’s absence, with command of the Voyager for the duration of the mission. We set off with a very small crew consisting of the EMH and Jaime Bender as well as a compliment of engineering and science staff and some Klingon allies. My boarding of the Voyager during that loop was delayed by some Borg activity.

Surveillance photos of the Shenzhou were reviewed, and scanning was planned. We were ordered to conduct self-destruct drills, and did so successfully. We encountered two Borg fleets. While maintaining cloak and awaiting orders, we brainstormed transport solutions for the disabled remains of the Shenzhou. The Borg departed and left a probe, and we continued on our mission as ordered.

We encountered and encrypted data stream coming from the Shenzhou, which appeared to be completely undamaged, fully operational and armed. After a few failed approaches, we decided to employ the EMH to gain control of the Shenzhou, using encryption codes discovered in the mission bio and supplied by Admiral Janeway. The Shenzhou then sent a massive signal burst and we piggyback cloaked her. The Borg fleets moved to intercept us, but was successfully attacked by what we correctly guessed was the USS Discovery. It was unmanned and powered by a dangerous and repulsive mutilated Borg spore drive. The ship then took off, absconding with FC Knotts.

From there, things get a little hazy. There were thousands of time loops. During the first several thousand that I remember, the Borg took over all of the universe, over all universes and assimilated everything past, present and future. It was horrific. I witnessed the death, destruction, and resetting of my own life and that of my crew countless times. The omniscient being Q showed up for our help, and sacrificed his own immortality to help us to sort things out. It involved some fascinating experiences with spore jumping and time travel, and precise timing and measurements and calculated decisions, but in the end, it all worked out. Overall, the mission was a smashing success with no permanent loss of life.

Respectfully Submitted,
LCDR C. Brunelle
Chief Science Officer

Crewman Clauson’s Log

I was assigned to the USS Narragansett on the bridge starting at Ops and switching between Helm and Tactical. Our crew was divided between the USS Narragansett, the USS Enterprise and the USS Voyager to retrieve the USS Shenzhou from a historical battle zone from approximately 150 years ago.

Commander Taylor took command of the Narragansett with LT Griffin as second officer, and with crewman Feldman, myself, and Nurse Tribble as bridge staff. At first I was assigned to Ops and later moved back and forth between Helm and Tactical.

While at Tactical I was required to raise shields, fire phasers and torpedoes as appropriate. I also attempted to collect data on the Shenzhou and ran security scans using sensors to detect anything pertinent.

Crewman Feldman was also retrieving data and manning Ops and Helm.
We first headed to a starbase for a simulation. We entered the historical battle zone along with Klingon archaeologists while keeping them occupied in the holodeck. Using Voyagers EMH we were able to board the Shenzhou due to is hull integrity and security protocols. FCPT Knotts went missing along with the USS Discovery and we were killed by the Borg.

After the simulation, we did the mission for real. We entered the historical battle zone along with Klingon archaeologists. We did not need to use Voyagers EMH. Instead LT Griffin was able to board the Shenzhou and took command using Janeway’s security protocols. Again, FCPT Knotts went missing along with USS Discovery but this time Enterprise followed him.

During our encounter Q was supposedly killed transporting us through space. Commander Taylor came up with a solution to rescue Enterprise and FCPT Knotts by using a slingshot effect around a star warping us back thru time bringing us to the time period of James T Kirk’s rescue of CAPT Spock using a Klingon bird of prey.

Several Borg vessels were present and we fired upon them… THEN… Q… Happened… again saving us. And we exited from the area.

Respectfully submitted,
Crewman Clauson
Security Officer

Chief Communications Officer’s Log

The initial draft of the newsletter has been created by CMN Feldman and submitted for approval. I recommend we use CMN Feldman’s proposed idea name the newsletter with a contest in the first issue. The initial ideas are solid and we look forward to the first issue.

<redacted> in dues was collected at the last meeting – the current chapter funds are <redacted>. Dues collection will be more consistent at future monthly meetings.

Respectfully Submitted,
LT Emily Dreyfus
Chief Communications Officer

Chief Tactical Officer’s Log

Recovery of USS Shenzhou NCC-1227

USS Shenzhou was abandoned on stardate 1207.3 after being disabled in an engagement with a Klingon Sarcophagus-type vessel acting as the flagship of a larger Klingon fleet engaging Starfleet forces in what will eventually be called the Battle of the Binary Stars.

ADM Janeway ordered an archeological survey and recovery of the Shenzhou. Narragansett transited Romulan Star Empire space and rendezvoused with USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E and USS Voyager NCC-74656 at Gamma Hydrae to form Archeology Fleet One (hereafter referred to as AF1). FCAPT Knotts transferred his flag to Enterprise along with CAPT Anzaldi to act as Chief of Astrometrics and Archeology. LCDR Brunelle was transferred to Voyager and appointed executive officer under CAPT Tuvok as an acting commander. CMDR Taylor was made commanding officer of Narragansett as acting captain, with me being made executive officer as acting commander. Various additional crew transfers were made to accommodate each ship’s mission role.

AF1 proceeded to the Shenzhou’s last known location, where an intact and seemingly operational ship was found. Initial attempts to access Shenzhou resulted in a rapid deterioration of the situation, including FCAPT Knotts being kidnapped by USS Discovery NCC-1031 and various ill-advised (and possibly illegal) attempts to subdue our Klingon passengers. At this time, it was revealed to us that we were in a simulation, and that the real mission would be less forgiving.

It was at this time that ADM Janeway briefed us on the true nature of Shenzhou as an intelligence gathering platform, and that it needed to be recovered. AF1 also underwent weapons refit before we once again were underway.

Upon contacting Shenzhou this time, FCAPT Knotts was again taken by Discovery, however Enterprise laid-in pursuit. Both ships eventually returned having been assimilated by the Borg. Though we had all been seemingly assimilated, timely intervention by Q negated that outcome.

Q explained that the Borg being connected to the spore drive was causing space-time to unravel. AF1 had been continuously trying (and failing) to stop this, and the continued intervention of Q had allowed us to try (unknowingly) again and again. However, the damage to space-time was having deleterious effects on the powers Q Continuum, and that this would be our last attempt. Q sent us back with our memories intact and was rendered human.

Having had time reset this last time, we endeavored again to correct the issue.

AF1 was able to trigger the encounter with Discovery, and FCAPT Knotts went with her again (with Enterprise following again). We were able to board Shenzhou and I was able to activate her automated systems with ADM Janeway’s access codes. It was at this time that CAPT Saru was displaced in time and appeared on the Shenzhou’s bridge. The breakdown in space-time was accelerating, and his time was experiencing the effects as well. He remained onboard to act as my XO.

AF1 was able to rendezvous with Discovery and Enterprise for a final assault on the Borg. With the help of Shenzhou’s vastly superior weapons, AF1 was able to destroy the Borg Command Ship and correct the damage to the space-time continuum.

I would like to put forth TJ Feldman, James Clauson, & Richard Bump for commendations based on their exemplary performance during this mission. As well, I would like it entered in to the record that CMDR Taylor was an excellent CO, and it was an honor to serve under him. I hope I am given that opportunity again.

Respectfully Submitted,
LT Jay Griffin
Chief Tactical Officer

Chief Medical Officer’s Log

The USS Narragansett participated in a most… interesting… fucking crazy… strange as hell… dangerous as all hell… life-altering… peculiar mission this month – in tandem with ships Voyager and Enterprise. I was assigned to the Enterprise as Chief Medical Officer for this mission, while I left the Narragansett in the crazy… totally demented… completely insubordinate…  most capable hands of Nurse Tribble, where she ended up with the temporary role of acting first officer with the rank of Commander. I am absolutely flabbergasted… astonished… knocked down with a feather pleased that my nurse has inspired such confidence in the crew and has performed her duties so abominably… admirably. She even had time to completely destroy carefully monitor my experiments in my absence.

As to our mission, I hope that this is the last we shall ever have anything to do with that blasted mycelial drive. The human race (and nearly all other races in the universe) would’ve gone extinct because of it, had it not been for the dedication and determination of the crews of these three (with the addition of the Shenzhou: four) ships. I am sure I will never look at my experiments with fungi in the same way again.

I am glad to be back in my own sickbay and to be dealing with bumps, bruises and trifling colds again. I feel like I need a little boredom in my life just now.

 

End Report
Doctor D. Taylor
Senior Sciences Division Chief
Chief Medical Officer

Chief Security Officer’s Log

Because I was away for most of the simulation and the mission I was able to observe from a far. From my observations the first simulation did not go as planned. Although I had security detail on the ship they were unable to fully protect our fleet captain and somehow Fleet Captain Knotts was taken from his ship and the mission was a failure.

However, during the actual mission, I upped our security detail on the ship as well as around Fleet Captain Knotts and Captain Anzaldi. After partnering with other Starfleet members and ships we were able put our heads together and combine our resources resulting in a successful mission.

Proudly in Service,
LTJG M. Anzaldi
Chief Security Officer