*****Attention All Crew*****
The Official USS Narragansett Combadge, The Renegades Combadge with the anchor affixed to it, is available for purchase. This Combadge comes in a kit form and will be painted and assembled at subsequent chapter meetings after the kits are received.
The total price is $20 if we order together as a group. Money for the Combadge kit will be collected over the next 2 months. It is STRONGLY encouraged that EVERY crew member take part in this, if you already have a Renegades Combadge the anchor device will be added during the construction phase.
Direct any questions concerning this to your Section Chief.
The February meeting of the USS Narragansett was held at the EWG Jr/Sr High Library. There were many members in attendance. CAPT Anzaldi brought the meeting to order at 1510 with FCPT Knotts presiding.
FCPT Knotts brought us up to speed on the happenings in Sol Sector Command, letting us know that the 4th Fleet currently has 7 chapters and is the largest fleet in Sol Sector Command. The USS Narragansett is being noticed throughout the sector. Captain Knotts also mentioned the opening for the position of Chief Engineer. Any crew member interested in applying should contact CMDR J. Taylor.
CAPT Anzaldi gave us our mission overview for the month. This mission will be the largest and most complex mission that this ship has undertaken. It is a multiple point mission which will require all the departments to not only work individually, but also together to complete the overall mission goal. It promises to be a very interesting mission and all members of the crew are encouraged to participate as fully as possible. The mission briefing will be provided over secure comms as the details are classified.
FCAPT Knotts announced a plan for all the members of the ship to obtain official USS Narragansett Comm Badges. The Official Narragansett Combadge, The Renegades Combadge with the anchor affixed to it, is available for purchase. This Combadge comes in kit form and will be painted and assembled at subsequent chapter meetings after the kits are received.
The total cost for the kit is $24.00 including shipping. When we get an accurate count of the number of badges being ordered a bulk price MAY be available. Money for the Combadge kit will be collected over the next 2 months. It is STRONGLY encouraged that EVERY crew member take part in this, if you already have a Renegades Combadge the anchor device will be added during the construction phase. Direct any questions concerning this to your Section Chief.
CMDR J. Taylor announced that at the recommendation of Communications Chief LT Dreyfus, CRMN Feldman has been placed in charge of creating a quarterly newsletter for the USS Narragansett.
Dues were collected from the members in attendance and the meeting was adjourned at 16:15.
During the past few weeks my team and I have run through the Security Procedures for Hostile Territories scenarios in the holo deck and we have only had one casualty. The rest of my team was able to appropriately identify the situation at hand and make the proper calls to protect the ship and it’s Captain.
Security Training for the Month of January
Weekly simulations for security protocols in hostile space.
Week 1: Holodeck, General Quarters One and Two
General One took 3 of the 5 days to complete
General 2 only took 2 of the 5 days to complete
Week 2: Holodeck, General Quarters Three and Four
General 3 took 2 of five days to complete
General 4 took 3 of 5 days to complete
Week 3: Holodeck, General Quarters Five and Six
General 5 took 2 1/2 days to complete
General 6 also took 2 1/2 days to complete
Week 4: Holodeck, General Quarters Seven
General 7 took all 5 days complete.
LTJG M. Anzaldi
The past month has seen increased traffic to sickbay. As I had a bout of severe Klingon bronchitis, I was forced to engage the EMH in my absence. Never has the need for more staff in sickbay been more apparent.
CMO’s log, supplemental
I have obtained a new tribble on DS9, while simultaneously finding homes for the five “extra” creatures our Jr. Cadet son had accidentally bred. Jr. Cadet Taylor refuses to relinquish the original tribble I had been granted by the Captain for research purposes. Therefore, I will continue my (gentle) research on the newly obtained specimen. It’s a lovely, light-gray tribble with the most soothing purr… But I digress. Tribbles are fascinating creatures. I have isolated a very interesting protein from their blood that I am in the process of synthesizing for further study.
THIS IS THE ARCHIVED LOG FOR JANUARY FOR LTCMDR BRUNELLE OFTHE USS NARRAGANSETT
Week one: The year is off to a good start. Research is going well and we began the month with a detailed situation report to the Bridge Crew about a climate control issue. It shouldn’t snow aboard the ship. Engineering must have dropped the ball again.
Week Two: Whose idea was it to hold a whole crew meeting in my quarters? Oh, right. Mine. It seems that despite my multiple trips to sick bay this month, some sort of lingering illness has impeded my ability to make sound judgement. Nevertheless, the meeting was a success. New crew channels were created.
Week Three: Ugh will this pain never end? I should have known better than to mess with research into ancient Earth viruses. Some old fashioned remedies and a trip to sick bay or two should sort me out.
Week Four: While I understand that we can no longer use the spore drive technology, my research has shown some amazing results. Historical logs of the USS Discovery Crew have proved fascinating, as has ancientholodeck technology dubbed “PS-4”. It is amusing from a sociology and psychology perspective to examine what Earth inhabitants imagined other planets and races would look like, in games such as Destiny.
The communications department will be soliciting ideas and submissions to begin a quarterly newsletter. The hope is to have a first issue compiled and circulated before the April chapter meeting.
LT E. Dreyfuss
Chief Communications Officer
As we prepare for our arrival at Khitomer, a full re-calibration of the phaser targeting subsystems is underway. Hopefully, there won’t be a need for the phasers while we are in Klingon space, but one can never be too careful.
Tactical drills are to be scheduled twice daily, with additional drills at random intervals.
LT Jay Griffin
Chief Tactical Officer
The crew of the USS Narragansett met at headquarters on October 14th at 1300 local time, Captain Knotts presiding. The Captain gave a status of the Region report, mentioning that he has presented the other regional chapters the opportunity to have a space at RI ComicCon on November 10-12th in Providence. The RC is also proposing a Christmas Party.
Captain Knotts reported our current SFI crew strength at 37 members (plus 2 local members).
Ensign Chapasko reported on the upcoming Trunk-or-Treat event at CCRI on October 29th. Crew are to report at 1630 preferably in uniform.
Commander Anzaldi reported that he will be checking in with the booth during his breaks at ComicCon. He announced some decisions around rank pips, namely that Officers will use TNG era rank pips, enlisted will use Navy rank insignia, and cadets will use Coast Guard rank insignia.
Commander Anzaldi reported that the USS Narragansett is currently docked at Deep Space 9. We will be embarking on a mission to explore 4 non-federation planets and traveling at high warp (with some grumbling for the Chief Engineer) in order for the ship to arrive at Earth on Christmas Eve. On New Years Day we will be embarking on a joint mission of exploration with the Klingons.
Commander Anzaldi also tasked Lieutenant Commander J. Taylor with an overhaul of the ships computer. Taylor reported that the overhaul would be complete in short order.
Commander Anzaldi tasked Lieutenant Commander D. Taylor with compiling a report comparing the tribble we have in “stasis” with Dr. Bashir’s findings on the tribbles DS9 encountered.
Promotions since last meeting:
CMDR J. Anzaldi (Named official XO)
LTCDR J. Taylor
LTCDR D. Taylor
LT C. Brunelle
LT M. Anzaldi
LT E. Dreyfuss
LT J. Griffin
ENS M. Chapasko
ENS I. Gordon
ENS K. Scanlon
C-MCPO K. Anzaldi
C-MCPO D. Knotts
After the meeting the crew carved pumpkins. A good time was had by all.
The crew of the USS Narragansett made a good showing at the Region 15 Summit on September 23rd in North Easton, Mass. Captain Knotts gave a rousing speech about recruitment, encouraged everyone to try our methods and offered the assistance of the USS Narragansett in recruitment efforts.
The meeting was followed by a vey cool Star Trek and Sci-Fi auction where items that members donated to the region were auctioned to the highest bidder. A good time was had by all!
Many members of the USS Narragansett went to see Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 35th Anniversary. A group of members went to the 7pm showing at the Providence Place Cinemas on September 10th. Captain Knotts, First Officer Anzaldi, and Security Chief Anzaldi were in full uniform representing our ship as only they can.