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A Warm welcome to our two newest Commanding Officers. Commander Diana Reisz of the Olympic class USS Newton played by Kitty and Commander Abigail Laurens on the Akira class USS Astraea played by Amythyst. We look forward to seeing the stories you write during your time here.
I know it seems like just a short time ago since we had our last update, but with the late meeting last week, it really hasnât been that long. Because of that, I donât have a lot to share this month, but we have been working on a few things. I also have a couple of recent announcements. Before I get to that, Fatherâs Day is coming up next weekend, at least for the US folks, and Iâd like to wish all of the fathers in Pegasus Fleet a wonderful day.
The first order of business this month is an exciting one. Iâm proud to announce that Captain Somers, our
Greetings Pegasus Fleet
It is with great pleasure that I announce the promotion of Captain Jasmine Somers to the rank of Fleet Captain. Somers has been serving as TFCO of TF11 for a while now, and speaking personally as CFOps it has been great to have someone who works so hard and invests a lot of time and energy into their CO's in the role. So from all of us in the Admiralty, and I'm sure the fleet, thank you for your time and dedication you put into this community and once again, congratulations.
Rear Admiral Thompson
Chief of Fleet Operations
For all the mothers in our Fleet, I hope you had a lovely weekend last week, even those who arenât in the US. April was another month for the Pegasus Fleet staff where there was a lot going on behind the scenes, but not a lot to share with everyone at this time. There was some exciting Star Trek news outside of our Fleet earlier this week. The new Picard series has officially been named, and it will be simply Star Trek: Picard. Also previously announced is a two animated series. One is titled Lower Decks, and will be more of a comedy series. And the other will be
FNS, ARCHA IV - BREAKING NEWS - Following the arrival of a passing ion storm, Archan authorities were shocked to discover that Starbase 332, the space station orbiting Archa IV, had appeared to have vanished without a trace. Before the arrival of the storm, the station, under the command of Captain Liarra Von of Starfleet, had made arrangements to dock any remaining ships in the vicinity, and turn away any ships that were too far away to be safely brought inside.
The last broadcast message to surface based receivers on Archa IV suggested that all was well and storm preparations had
Monthly Reports for the month of April 2019.
[X] USS Lantau - Fleet Captain Haught
[X] USS Highlander - Captain Williams
[X] USS Alabama - Commander Andreas OâShaunessy
[X] USS Dreadnought - Captain William Hood
For most of us itâs once again springtime (sorry folks in the Southern Hemisphere), and that means time for spring cleaning. Which means that the PFA has been talking about some more updates to some of our processes and updates to site content. Among those updates are ongoing discussions about our ship specs, and the creation of guidelines to commonize and aid in the introduction of new ship classes. The first version of these new guidelines have passed PFA approval. Weâve also been talking about making some changes to our graphics and website, though there is nothing definite planned...