Side Sim - CSO's Office - Now Is The Time (Tag Naim)

Posted Oct. 27, 2020, 2:32 p.m. by Captain Alexander Cochrane (Commanding Officer) (James Sinclair)

Posted by Lieutenant Kiama Naim (Chief Science Officer) in Side Sim - CSO’s Office - Now Is The Time (Tag Naim)

Posted by Captain Alexander Cochrane (Commanding Officer) in Side Sim - CSO’s Office - Now Is The Time (Tag Naim)
The Captain walked into the Labs and walked directly to the CSO’s office. Tapping a command into the pad, the doors slid open and he went inside without a word, allowing the doors to close behind him.

Petty Officer Guldek was on duty and she stared as the CO entered. As the door remained closed for a minute, she was acutely aware that the man surely should have realized that Lieutenant K’Sang wasn’t in his office. Indeed, the Bolian scientist hadn’t seen him all morning. Just as she was about to go and ask the Caotain if he needed anything, an unfamiliar voice came over the comms. =/\= Lieutenant Junior Grade Naim to the CSO office immediately, please. =/\= Guldek stopped short and turned, wondering what was going on.

Cochrane, CO

Kiama had been deeply immersed in a project when the call came over the comms and startled her. The scalpel in her hand slipped, leaving a tiny cut at the side of the index finger of her other hand. Tapping her combadge with that hand while holding up the bleeding finger, she replied, =/\= I’m on my way. =/\= She then put everything as quickly away as possible while wondering who was calling her and why they wanted to talk to her in the CSO’s office. She wasn’t the CSO after all, but K’Sang had probably been called as well or was already there, she mused. On her way out, she fished a band aid out of small, teal coloured box sitting on the work station closest to the door.

It was only a few minutes later that Kiama arrived in front of the office. After quickly making sure that her uniform and hair were still in order, she pressed the chime and waited to be called inside.

~Lt.jg. Naim, Scientist

The door slid open to reveal the Captain alone in the room. He was placing a small Klingon statuette that had previously sat on the CSO’s desk into a crate. Looking up, he said “Lieutenant JG. Come in, please. Just helping the Lieutenant a bit.” The door slid closed and he pointed at one of the two chairs in front of rhe desk. Taking a seat in the other, his eyes flicked to her finger and he said “Nothing life threatening, I hope?” with a smile.

Cochrane, CO

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