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Posted July 28, 2020, 1:19 a.m. by Lieutenant Junior Grade Che'lak (Medical Officer / Non-Native Physiology Specialist) (Jamie Moore)

Posted by Captain Alexander Cochrane (Commanding Officer) in Main Sim - Conference Room - What Do We Know (Tag ALL DH and Sim Support staff)

Posted by Civilian Vorraye Anders (Diplomatic Attache) in Main Sim - Conference Room - What Do We Know

Posted by Captain Alexander Cochrane (Commanding Officer) in Main Sim - Conference Room - What Do We Know
As the planet below began to slip into night, the shipwide comms activated and the Captain spoke.

=^= Attention crew of the Manhattan. All personnel who have been dealing directly with the Gravian people, or who have conducted first hand scans on behalf of the ship or the inhabitants, are to meet in the Confereance at 2000 hours for debrief and planning. That is all. =^=

Cochrane leaned back in his chair in the room. There was about an hour till people would start arriving. He took a moment to enjoy the silence.

Cochrane, CO

At just before 2000, Raye came in and smiled. “I’m glad to see you got a moment to yourself, Captain. How are you doing?” She took her seat a few spaces down from him. She smiled. “Did you manage to get some lunch or dinner?”

After their dinner the other night and long talk, while not intimately close, she at least felt a lot more comfortable being personal around him. And she hoped he did as well.

Raye
Diplomat

Cochrane nodded and said “I did, thank you. Since you are first here, I’ll ask that you prepare your briefing first.”

Cochrane, CO

Soon after and very shortly before the hour, Doctor Che’lak silently slithered into the room. The angular Vulcan circled the conference table and sat herself at a seat at the far end from the captain. She had become involved in the mission but had only just arrived nonetheless. Listening and learning about the situation was to be her role in this meeting, or so she anticipated. The aspect of the situation she had been exposed to may have been perfectly tailored to her expertise but as far as she was concerned it was in all likelihood a small aside to a grander more important mission. A quick pause accompanied by polite nods to Cochrane and Raye were the only acknowledgement she made of the others present, deliberately keeping her gaze fixed on the opposite wall once she was sat at the table.

Lt. J.G. Che’lak - Medical


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