Touch and Go - ID 084811.19072018

Order

Your orders are to tag as many space whales in 30 minutes. Report back the number of tags deployed where it was successfully attached to the space whales.

"This information was transmitted to the USFP Space Ecology Counsel for further review and record keeping. It is recommend that a vessel be dispatched to perform tagging to provide more information on migration patterns."
-- Capt. Tyler DeNobrega

References:
Orders and Mission: #29 Patrol for insurgents.
USFP Space Ecology Counsel approved "Touch And Go" missions based on the recommendation Capt. Tyler DeNobrega.



10 September 2018
TSN Hopper
First Officer’s Report

Our orders were to tag as many whales as possible to aid in scientific data gathering. Once whale pods were found, the task proved to be challenging (with respect to efficiency) because of high-density pods. We had ten confirmed tags, but some whales were double-tagged.

In addition, several derelicts were destroyed: Shama 1, Hamilton 3, Artemis 2, TSN Necessity 7.

Kralien Cruisers and Dreadnaughts were encountered. We avoided contact and proceeded with our scientific mission.


Bridge crew
Captain: Cdr. Katy Fulfer
Helm: Recruit Dave C.
Engineering: A/Slt. Robin Baksh
Weapons: Cmdr. A/Slt. Greg Linforth
Science: Cmdre. David Trinh
Communications: Cmdre. David Trinh
2018-07-19: USFP Space Ecology Counsel approved "Touch And Go" missions based on the recommendation Capt. Tyler DeNobrega.
Creation date: 2/26/2019 10:27 AM     Updated: 2/26/2019 10:28 AM
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