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Arrival

Posted Nov. 5, 2018, 2:42 a.m. by Lieutenant Bre Davis (Communications (outgoing)) (Catt Bennett)

Posted by Lieutenant Mthunzi Nkosenye (Chief of Security) in Arrival

Posted by Lieutenant Bre Davis (Communications (outgoing)) in Arrival

Posted by Lieutenant Mthunzi Nkosenye (Chief of Security) in Arrival
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It was only 18 hours ago that Tinga had come form a small colony where she had been hunting with her family group. It was a planned and much needed shore leave from Starbase 214. When she boarded the freighter, USS Hobart, to return to her duties she had been greeted by the Captain who informed her that other arrangements had been made for her. After reading her new orders Tinga was excited for the change. She knew Lieutenant Davis in passing and had envied her the position on the Merrimack. Now she would be taking her place.

  • Tinga, Comms

As the freighter docked with the Merrimack and the airlocks cleared, the hatch on the Merrimack side opened. The dorr was guarded by a security officer, as was protocol, but there was an addition. Standing in the doorway was a human male of massive height and build with ebony skin. A deep voice that sounded like it came forth from a deep cavern said “Lieutenant Tinga. Lieutenant Nkosenye, Security Chief. Welcome to the Merrimack. I will take you to the Captain.” His words had an odd accent to them. Without waiting to see if she was following, turned around and began walking down the passageway, gesturing to the guard to close up the hatch.

Nkosenye, CoS

Tinga quite liked the man’s accent. It reminded her a bit of something she’d heard before.

“Thank you.” she said and followed.

As she walked, Tinga remembered the weight at either side and wondered why the Security Chief hadn’t said anything.

“Lieutenant, do you think my new Captain will mind meeting me as I am or should I take my Ushaan-Tor off?” she asked with concern. Her left antenna was twitching with anticipation as she awaited his response.

  • Tinga, Comms

Without looking back, Nkosenye replied “It is part of your normal uniform, from what I know of most of your race. I do not mind you carrying them for your check-in. It will be up to the Captain as to whether or not they remain as part of your normal duty wear, or if you have to check them into the armory.” and he paused for a moment and added “I would be sure to ask specifically about it, if you feel strongly about carrying them. The Captain is a reasonable man. But he does hold specific beliefs as to how things are done in some circumstances.” at which point they arrived at the turbolift. Stepping inside, the big Zulu said “Bridge.”

Nkosenye, CoS

Tinga stepped in and nodded to Nkosenye.

“Yes, I’ll be certain to do that, thank you. Most Captains do have their way don’t they?” she said in an attempt to make friendly conversation.

  • Tinga, Comms

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