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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2018, 08:24:45 am »
[Bridge]

Nevir stepped out just long enough to let the flight officer pass through, and take her seat.  He was about to leave when she announced where they were.

"Excellent.  Notify Stellar Cartography that they are clear to start.  Mr. Wu, you have the Bridge." he said, turning and walking into the turbo lift.

[Science Lab 2]

The lab was unusually quiet as he entered... more so than the main science lab he had just come from.  Nevir could have very easily called her on the comms... had her come to him.  But he needed the walk, and she deserved to be in a quiet place.  Plus... he admittedly still felt a bit awkward for the whole kiss thing.  And unlike Ardyn, he couldn't fall back on the polywater infection.

Letting the doors close behind him, he took a couple of steps behind her, seeing the younger officer quietly working.

"From what I read, you barely got time to check your own projects with the CSO breathing down your neck.  This must be a welcome change." he said, announcing his presence with his voice.

"If you are available, we need to talk."
SCIENCE LAB TWO - PRIMARY WORK STATION

Revelling in the peace and quiet, Inzjana was so engrossed in finalizing the designs for the new Event Horizon, that she didn't even register Commander Tekin come in. The Smart-Glass in one hand, had the new Gravity Drive designs and the main terminal she was sitting at had the complete schematics and Master Systems Display. Both were so secret that only one Admiral in Starfleet Command was aware of the first Event Horizon and not even he was aware of the second ship - after the first was destroyed - largely because no one can find him.

When Commander Tekin spoke, she nearly dropped her Smart-Glass after it whacked her in the face. Another head injury to add to the countless others.

Putting the Smart-Glass down on on the console, Inzjana stood as the device went clear, largely out of respect for his position but also so he couldn't read what was on the screen.

"My apologies commander, I did not here you come in," she stated regaining her composure. "Indeed, he would always make sure that I wasn't doing much of anything actually," Inzjana stated matter-of-factly, finding it hard not to look down at the commander's lips and remembering that awkward moment on that planet. Having never been bonded, a rarity on Vulcan, Inzjana felt more alone than most and when prodding her mother as to why she wasn't bonded, her mother would always say, because you are not like the other children. Inzjana took that as meaning that she was half Romulan, but of late doubts had been slipping in to her consciousness more and more lately.

Coming out of her moment of revelry, Inzjana continued, "Indeed, commander how may I assist you?"

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #16 on: May 13, 2018, 02:37:02 am »
[Personal Quarters]

T'Ra hummed as she rocked the little one in her arms. It was hard to believe that T'Lana was five months old already. It seemed like it was just yesterday that they back on the Shran having escaped the clutches of the mad scientist Higgins, who was desperate to keep her projects under wraps. T'Ra learned she was with child not long after the station exploded.

Was that really so long ago? Despite the chaos and inevitable predicaments, T'Ra found she was homesick for her old ship, with it's massive size and spunky crew. How things had changed.

"Woran denkst du, Schatz?" Evan asked, poking his head out from their little kitchen.

There were so many thoughts running through her head, it was hard to narrow it down to reply. "Us," she said at last. "Our life as a family."

Evan didn't say anything, instead bopping on the nose with a spatula and a kiss. "Alles im Butter, Schatz." He grinned.

[Bridge]

A warm breakfast sitting in her stomach, T'Ra finally made her way onto the bridge. The atmosphere was still relaxed and subdued. Wu had the conn and Jaeger was sitting at the helm. "Na'shaya," T'Ra offered by way of greeting, motioning for Wu to remain where he was as she made her way over to the science console. "Let's see, what do we have here?"


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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #17 on: May 13, 2018, 04:32:18 am »

[Bridge]

"Ardyn, decrease our speed to warp one." Alex nodded to Nevir as he left the bridge, acknowledging the instructions. "Ops, go ahead and give stellar cartography sensor control, we'll proceed on our current heading until they need an adjustment."

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A warm breakfast sitting in her stomach, T'Ra finally made her way onto the bridge. The atmosphere was still relaxed and subdued. Wu had the conn and Jaeger was sitting at the helm. "Na'shaya," T'Ra offered by way of greeting, motioning for Wu to remain where he was as she made her way over to the science console. "Let's see, what do we have here?"


"Hello Captain." Alex replied, staying in the seat as T'ra went to the science console. He idly wondered if she was double-hatting or if Tekin had replaced the chief science officer spot already and Jones was just reminiscing. "Our current course and speed should take us a few days to get through, and we're getting good data from the readings. It should keep the map drawers busy for a while."

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #18 on: May 14, 2018, 02:09:59 pm »
SCIENCE LAB TWO - PRIMARY WORK STATION

Revelling in the peace and quiet, Inzjana was so engrossed in finalizing the designs for the new Event Horizon, that she didn't even register Commander Tekin come in. The Smart-Glass in one hand, had the new Gravity Drive designs and the main terminal she was sitting at had the complete schematics and Master Systems Display. Both were so secret that only one Admiral in Starfleet Command was aware of the first Event Horizon and not even he was aware of the second ship - after the first was destroyed - largely because no one can find him.

When Commander Tekin spoke, she nearly dropped her Smart-Glass after it whacked her in the face. Another head injury to add to the countless others.

Putting the Smart-Glass down on on the console, Inzjana stood as the device went clear, largely out of respect for his position but also so he couldn't read what was on the screen.

"My apologies commander, I did not here you come in," she stated regaining her composure. "Indeed, he would always make sure that I wasn't doing much of anything actually," Inzjana stated matter-of-factly, finding it hard not to look down at the commander's lips and remembering that awkward moment on that planet. Having never been bonded, a rarity on Vulcan, Inzjana felt more alone than most and when prodding her mother as to why she wasn't bonded, her mother would always say, because you are not like the other children. Inzjana took that as meaning that she was half Romulan, but of late doubts had been slipping in to her consciousness more and more lately.

Coming out of her moment of revelry, Inzjana continued, "Indeed, commander how may I assist you?"

[Science Lab 2]

Nevir couldn't help but smile a bit at seeing her practically jump.  He needed some perks of the job, right?  Having gotten her attention, he walked over and took a seat near her.  "There is enough testimony that he won't be stopping you again.  Unfortunately for him, there is enough to drum him out of Starfleet."

He took a moment, and then started.  "I'll get straight to the point.  We need a Chief Science Officer.  I don't want to just bring another science officer from another ship, I like to promote from within.  I don't know if it's sympathy from what happened to you, but you had overwhelming praises from your colleagues.  Half of them I didn't even have to say I was considering you."

"You've been here for a while, and you've shown yourself to be everything that Starfleet Science encompasses and more.  You might be just short of the requirements, but the Captain and I are able to.. bend those around.  Understand that this is a leadership role, your personal projects are secondary, though still required to keep your commission.  Trust me, I know... I'm on the command track and I still have projects to keep my own credentials.  You will have primary bridge duties and expected to man the bridge at battle stations and other emergencies, unless otherwise ordered or released.  You will be responsible for making my job easier by managing the entire department, including personnel reports and promotion recommendations.  Of course, you would be representing your department at senior staff meetings.  As a science officer it is your job to advance our understanding, and many officers choose to remain there to pursue their own personal recognition.  Being a Chief means your aspirations are secondary to your department.  It is your job to make sure that those under you have the means and support to continue their work. 

"Having said that, you will be given quarters fitting to your position, and that means the 'space apartments' that you've heard from the other officers.  There is a senior mess hall, but you would have a full replicator for your own meals if you so wish.  You will be given the opportunity to take the leadership courses, and of course take the COTC.  If you pass, you can be part of the command rotation.  What I am offering you, Inzjana, is a path to command and leading your own ship.  It does mean giving up some things, and it is a lot of extra responsibilities, but it is also an opportunity that the majority of officers in Starfleet will never be offered."

Nevir pulled out a PADD and handed it over to her, showing his promotion request and transfer notice.  "Lieutenant Inzjana.  I am offering you the position of Chief Science Officer of the Federation Starship USS Discovery-A, as well as the right and responsibilities it comes with.  Do you accept?"

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #19 on: May 15, 2018, 03:13:12 am »

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #20 on: May 15, 2018, 09:42:47 am »
[Science Lab 2]

Nevir couldn't help but smile a bit at seeing her practically jump.  He needed some perks of the job, right?  Having gotten her attention, he walked over and took a seat near her.  "There is enough testimony that he won't be stopping you again.  Unfortunately for him, there is enough to drum him out of Starfleet."

He took a moment, and then started.  "I'll get straight to the point.  We need a Chief Science Officer.  I don't want to just bring another science officer from another ship, I like to promote from within.  I don't know if it's sympathy from what happened to you, but you had overwhelming praises from your colleagues.  Half of them I didn't even have to say I was considering you."

"You've been here for a while, and you've shown yourself to be everything that Starfleet Science encompasses and more.  You might be just short of the requirements, but the Captain and I are able to.. bend those around.  Understand that this is a leadership role, your personal projects are secondary, though still required to keep your commission.  Trust me, I know... I'm on the command track and I still have projects to keep my own credentials.  You will have primary bridge duties and expected to man the bridge at battle stations and other emergencies, unless otherwise ordered or released.  You will be responsible for making my job easier by managing the entire department, including personnel reports and promotion recommendations.  Of course, you would be representing your department at senior staff meetings.  As a science officer it is your job to advance our understanding, and many officers choose to remain there to pursue their own personal recognition.  Being a Chief means your aspirations are secondary to your department.  It is your job to make sure that those under you have the means and support to continue their work. 

"Having said that, you will be given quarters fitting to your position, and that means the 'space apartments' that you've heard from the other officers.  There is a senior mess hall, but you would have a full replicator for your own meals if you so wish.  You will be given the opportunity to take the leadership courses, and of course take the COTC.  If you pass, you can be part of the command rotation.  What I am offering you, Inzjana, is a path to command and leading your own ship.  It does mean giving up some things, and it is a lot of extra responsibilities, but it is also an opportunity that the majority of officers in Starfleet will never be offered."

Nevir pulled out a PADD and handed it over to her, showing his promotion request and transfer notice.  "Lieutenant Inzjana.  I am offering you the position of Chief Science Officer of the Federation Starship USS Discovery-A, as well as the right and responsibilities it comes with.  Do you accept?"
SCIENCE LAB TWO

As Nevir sat, so did Inzjana, taking in everything he said and nodding where appropriate. She had never been the chief of anything much, during her hiatus from Starfleet she had settled in to a solitary life of archaeological digs and stellar phenomenon, until she received a call from Professor Andre Offenbach, who had 'requested' Inzjana to the planet Reach to work on what turned out to be an Iconian Gateway and base of operations. Still under the auspices of Starfleet Intelligence, Inzjana rejoined Starfleet - what better way to advance technology but aboard an exploratory starship.
Of course, at no time would SI interfere with normal ship operations, it was just a matter of 'find something that could further Starfleet science and technology, relay to Reach as well'.

When the commander had finished his litany, Inzjana raised her eyebrow and simply said stoically as she took the PADD that was offered, "I am here to serve, commander."
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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #21 on: May 15, 2018, 04:11:34 pm »

[Bridge]

"Just keep her true and steady." Alex replied, glancing up from the armrest console. He met Ardyn's eyes and smiled, though something tickled the back of his mind as her gaze lingered. "After all the excitement of the past few weeks, I think we're finally in the clear...hopefully not in for any surprises."

A quiet chirp on his console drew his attention back to the readings coming in. "Long range sensors are picking up what appears to be a high concentration of metallic signatures...it's a fair way off our plotted path. What do you think, Captain, worth investigating?"

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #22 on: May 15, 2018, 06:46:15 pm »
SCIENCE LAB TWO

As Nevir sat, so did Inzjana, taking in everything he said and nodding where appropriate. She had never been the chief of anything much, during her hiatus from Starfleet she had settled in to a solitary life of archaeological digs and stellar phenomenon, until she received a call from Professor Andre Offenbach, who had 'requested' Inzjana to the planet Reach to work on what turned out to be an Iconian Gateway and base of operations. Still under the auspices of Starfleet Intelligence, Inzjana rejoined Starfleet - what better way to advance technology but aboard an exploratory starship.
Of course, at no time would SI interfere with normal ship operations, it was just a matter of 'find something that could further Starfleet science and technology, relay to Reach as well'.

When the commander had finished his litany, Inzjana raised her eyebrow and simply said stoically as she took the PADD that was offered, "I am here to serve, commander."

[Science Lab 2]

Nevir smiled, slightly blushing as he went through events in the past through his head.  With her acknowledgement, everything was just about done.  "Lieutenant, we all are here to serve, but this is the stage where you can think about yourself.  You're no longer just a science officer, now you are Inzjana of Starfleet.  I wish I could give you a rank promotion with this, but that takes more official channels than filling vacancies." he said, taking the PADD back when she accepted the promotion, and then holding his hand out.

"Congratulations, Lieutenant Inzjana.  We will start moving your quarters and access; and when we reach Starbase Columbus I can get a security authorization code for you.  In the meantime, Chief... I think we need a Science officer on the Bridge.  At your leisure, of course." he said, flashing a smile as he turned around and headed back for the Bridge.

[Bridge]

Nevir stepped back on the bridge, straightening his uniform as he took position near the Captain. 

"I am pleased to report that we have a new Chief Science Officer.  She should be on the Bridge shortly."

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #23 on: May 16, 2018, 01:17:51 pm »
[Bridge]

A quiet chirp on his console drew his attention back to the readings coming in. "Long range sensors are picking up what appears to be a high concentration of metallic signatures...it's a fair way off our plotted path. What do you think, Captain, worth investigating?"
[Bridge]

Nevir stepped back on the bridge, straightening his uniform as he took position near the Captain. 

"I am pleased to report that we have a new Chief Science Officer.  She should be on the Bridge shortly."
[Bridge]

In the relative calm, T'Ra took a moment to enjoy simply being at the science stations, reminiscing about the days when she was nothing more than a science officer. Now she was a wife and a mother. And she was a captain. Her days were long and busy, with someone always looking to her for guidance. Moments like these were rare, so she treasured them.

"An uncharted region is always worth investigating, Mr. Wu," T'Ra replied. "But the sensors are picking up on a redshift, which could be something promising."

The doors parted, admitting the first officer, and fellow 'former scientist' to the bridge. "That is indeed good news," T'Ra responded. "I do not doubt that Inzjana will surpass her predecessor."


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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #24 on: May 16, 2018, 03:27:26 pm »
[Bridge]

In the relative calm, T'Ra took a moment to enjoy simply being at the science stations, reminiscing about the days when she was nothing more than a science officer. Now she was a wife and a mother. And she was a captain. Her days were long and busy, with someone always looking to her for guidance. Moments like these were rare, so she treasured them.

"An uncharted region is always worth investigating, Mr. Wu," T'Ra replied. "But the sensors are picking up on a redshift, which could be something promising."

The doors parted, admitting the first officer, and fellow 'former scientist' to the bridge. "That is indeed good news," T'Ra responded. "I do not doubt that Inzjana will surpass her predecessor."

[Bridge]

"Aye Captain." Alex gave Ardyn a slight shrug. "Jaeger, change head to two-three-zero mark five-four. The computer will mark the metallic signatures as a navigational hazard on your navigational chart directly ahead on that new heading." He turned in the seat as Tekin came onto the bridge, followed closely behind by Inzjana. "Congratulations." Alex smiled fondly at the Vulcan officer, glad she had retaken her former and rightful title of department chief. "I think we might've already found something interesting for you to take a gander at."

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #25 on: May 16, 2018, 05:01:11 pm »
Should kept my big mouth shut. But it would be nice wouldn't?Do computers get jealous of each other, he thought. Lord knows, if he was the main computer he might be little jealous over his program ship.




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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #26 on: May 17, 2018, 12:13:33 am »
[Bridge]

"Aye Captain." Alex gave Ardyn a slight shrug. "Jaeger, change head to two-three-zero mark five-four. The computer will mark the metallic signatures as a navigational hazard on your navigational chart directly ahead on that new heading." He turned in the seat as Tekin came onto the bridge, followed closely behind by Inzjana. "Congratulations." Alex smiled fondly at the Vulcan officer, glad she had retaken her former and rightful title of department chief. "I think we might've already found something interesting for you to take a gander at."

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #27 on: May 17, 2018, 08:41:12 am »
[Science Lab 2]

Nevir smiled, slightly blushing as he went through events in the past through his head.  With her acknowledgement, everything was just about done.  "Lieutenant, we all are here to serve, but this is the stage where you can think about yourself.  You're no longer just a science officer, now you are Inzjana of Starfleet.  I wish I could give you a rank promotion with this, but that takes more official channels than filling vacancies." he said, taking the PADD back when she accepted the promotion, and then holding his hand out.

"Congratulations, Lieutenant Inzjana.  We will start moving your quarters and access; and when we reach Starbase Columbus I can get a security authorization code for you.  In the meantime, Chief... I think we need a Science officer on the Bridge.  At your leisure, of course." he said, flashing a smile as he turned around and headed back for the Bridge.

[Bridge]

Nevir stepped back on the bridge, straightening his uniform as he took position near the Captain. 

"I am pleased to report that we have a new Chief Science Officer.  She should be on the Bridge shortly."

SCIENCE LAB TWO

Inzjana nodded and took the commander's hand, "Thank you Commander," she said, "There is no time like the present sir!"

As Tekin got up and moved to the door, Inzjana shut down the terminal and followed him out and up to the bridge. Of course she had been the Chief Science Officer for a short while before her hiatus from Starfleet, so technically this would be her second go at the position. Thinking that at least this time, she had hopes that events would be different and she wouldn't have to leave again. But then, that was then, this is now and she felt that in herself she was much better for it.

BRIDGE

[Bridge]

In the relative calm, T'Ra took a moment to enjoy simply being at the science stations, reminiscing about the days when she was nothing more than a science officer. Now she was a wife and a mother. And she was a captain. Her days were long and busy, with someone always looking to her for guidance. Moments like these were rare, so she treasured them.

"An uncharted region is always worth investigating, Mr. Wu," T'Ra replied. "But the sensors are picking up on a redshift, which could be something promising."

The doors parted, admitting the first officer, and fellow 'former scientist' to the bridge. "That is indeed good news," T'Ra responded. "I do not doubt that Inzjana will surpass her predecessor."

Walking on to the bridge, Inzjana noted the catpain was sitting at Science Station two. Nodding she said, "Then I will do my best to live up to that expectation. Thank you Captain."

[Bridge]

"Aye Captain." Alex gave Ardyn a slight shrug. "Jaeger, change head to two-three-zero mark five-four. The computer will mark the metallic signatures as a navigational hazard on your navigational chart directly ahead on that new heading." He turned in the seat as Tekin came onto the bridge, followed closely behind by Inzjana. "Congratulations." Alex smiled fondly at the Vulcan officer, glad she had retaken her former and rightful title of department chief. "I think we might've already found something interesting for you to take a gander at."

"Thank you Lieutenant Commander," Inzjana said, nodding at his smile and then taking her position at the Primary Bridge Science Station, with just a little bit of trepidation. Only logical, after all it had been some time since she sat at the Chief Scientist's station. As an odd twist of fate, the last time she sat at science station one, she was the chief science officer and Captain T'Ra was her subordinate. Now T'Ra is the captain of a Prometheus Class Starship and Inzjana was was her subordinate. Fascinating how things turn out.


"Indeed? Fascinating!" Inzjana said, honestly curious at to what they were heading in to.

"Scanning Captain," Inzjana stated doing just that with the controls. They were still travelling at lightspeed, so Inzjana used the subspace sensors.

"Metallic Objects consist primarily of duranium and appear to from a much larger starship. Unable to discern as to what type at this distance Captain."

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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #28 on: May 18, 2018, 06:07:33 pm »
Should kept my big mouth shut. But it would be nice wouldn't?Do computers get jealous of each other, he thought. Lord knows, if he was the main computer he might be little jealous over his program ship.




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Re: S12 - M9: Eugenic Disease
« Reply #29 on: May 19, 2018, 04:28:30 am »
[BRIDGE]

Walking onto the bridge, Inzjana noted the captain was sitting at Science Station two. Nodding she said, "Then I will do my best to live up to that expectation. Thank you Captain."

"Thank you Lieutenant Commander," Inzjana said, nodding at his smile and then taking her position at the Primary Bridge Science Station, with just a little bit of trepidation. Only logical, after all it had been some time since she sat at the Chief Scientist's station. As an odd twist of fate, the last time she sat at science station one, she was the chief science officer and Captain T'Ra was her subordinate. Now T'Ra is the captain of a Prometheus Class Starship and Inzjana was was her subordinate. Fascinating how things turn out.

"Indeed? Fascinating!" Inzjana said, honestly curious at to what they were heading in to.

"Scanning Captain," Inzjana stated, doing just that with the controls. They were still travelling at lightspeed, so Inzjana used the subspace sensors.

"Metallic Objects consist primarily of duranium and appear to from a much larger starship. Unable to discern as to what type at this distance Captain."


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