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 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
I have updated the computer core to support departments and duty logs. Appropriate pages and categories have been added to the page, post and menu structure.
Operations reported that low temperatures are causing stress fractures at the base of the warp nacelle pylons; structural integrity fields are at 86%. Additionally, environmental controls are experiencing difficulty maintaining comfortable temperatures.
I have repair crews working on the environmental controls. The stress fractures have been repaired and the SIF is back at 100%.