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19 February 2006 @ 04:15 pm
but I was not aware of this


13 February 2006 @ 11:35 am
I mean I know people who spends hours and hours on the their websites, and have custom made uniforms made up, and all kinds of other stories. I am just curious.

Myself, having a uniform made up is a little much. Although I have to admit, I tried on the one Cathy’s once. ( No it did not fit). I have always wanted to go a convention, and I am nicer to my fellow Trekkies then I am to most of the rest of the human race.

What about you?

Evil Lt. Col. Worth
Current Mood: curiouscurious
Current Music: Blake Shelton -Austin
25 January 2006 @ 02:34 pm
Now mind you all I have been in Bravo Fleet for a while, and have held every position from junior grade Lt. to being the BFA as Bravo Fleet Sgt. Major, but this is a first for me. A crew of my own, thankfully of close , good friends who write quite well to say the least. The ship just docked at AFY to pick up the CO and they are already having a good time. I am going to keep my fingers crossed things just keep getting better.

The Evil Karen
Lt. Col. Worth
CO Of the CO USS Durga
Current Mood: accomplished
Current Music: Image of the Invisable Thrice
24 January 2006 @ 11:49 pm
Just in case some of you didn't know, Bravo Fleet now has it's very own wiki called the BF Info Base. Please go and take a look when you get a chance.
Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful
24 January 2006 @ 11:38 pm
I'd like to announce that jessiesk (Rear Admiral Clawson, TF58 CO and USS Horizon CO) and shaded_elf (Lt. Colonel Worth, CO of the USS Durga) have been made Maintainers of the BF LJ Community.

Let's give them a big welcome.
Current Mood: giddygiddy
25 October 2005 @ 01:10 pm

Open positions include Chief of Security, Chief Science Officer and other non-department head positions! Come game in the Gamma Quadrant!

And check out the new intro video on the main page!
Current Mood: Intrepid
13 September 2005 @ 11:05 pm
For your viewing pleasure: Google in Klingon
Current Mood: amusedamused
26 July 2005 @ 04:44 pm
Normally I do a lot of formatting and fancy stuff on my entries. Today, I dont feel like it. And I cannot bring myself to do it so that this entry looks like all the others.

Yesterday, I was out and about doing errands and the like. And I was feeling cut off and alone, and as if I was missing something bigger then I knew. Well, It was when I got home that I learned why......

A friend of mine thru Bravo Fleet had passed on. She was one of these people that you meet and you quickly came to care for and like. I meet her and very quickly considered her a friend.

I said some things on both the Hawkeye Island list and the Bravo Fleet boards, And yet I dont feel I have said fully what I need to. To her, to her family, and even to my fellow members of Bravo Fleet.

Yesterday, I went out and found a song's lyrics. And I cut and pasted them into my livejournal on a private entry to deal with another time..... But one line from it I think states a lot.

"Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes, Whos Gonna Stand That Tall......"

I think that is a question that every group can ask of their leaders. Who is gonna fill their shoes.

And I think the reality is that no one is going to fill their shoes..... But we can all do our part to help continue along the path's they were blazing and leading us along.

So that is what I am going to attempt..... To continue being the best role player I can be, and welcome all into the family and help them like Cathy herslef helped so many.
26 July 2005 @ 12:06 am
Today I lost one of my Best Friends, not just a friend I made in Bravo Fleet, but one of my Best Friends. Cathy and I met when I was TFCO of 58, and I needed a new TFMCO. I got Cathy (which by far was the best thing that happened to me as TFCO). And who knew then that we would become IRL Best Friends.

She was a gifted writer, and a kind, gentle, and honestly helpful person, who wanted everyone to succeed, and gave everyone the benefit of the doubt. We talked about everything. We continued to work together after I stepped down as TFCO, and while I was on my ELOA, she would call me to say hi, to catch up on what was going on in our personal lives, to encourage me, to keep my spirits up during the end months of my engagement before I got married, and to make sure I was doing my school work.

When I began to think about coming back from my ELOA, she was the first person I told. I would sound off some ideas for her to consider, and thats where the wedding idea began: The big, Fleet-wide wedding of Major-General Fultain to Admiral Shepherd. And before you knew it, we began discussing every sort of scenario we could think of, we had fun with it, and were looking forward to seeing it become some sort of Fleet-wide event, a happy Bravo Fleet JM of sorts.

Now though, this sad news. I had known of her condition, but wasn't expecting this, as her doctor's had said that her prognosis was good. A shock to my system, to come home and find this. My best friend is gone, and I shall miss her dearly. But I know she is in a better place now.

Until we meet again, Mary-Catherine.
Current Mood: sadsad
24 May 2005 @ 12:32 am
The Federation Battleship USS Tomar is currently enroute towards Kzin Space. Cyten Union, a non-Federation human colony founded just after the Eugenics War, appears to have been destroyed. The Tomar, under Admiral Marcus Shepherd, former TF58 CO, has been sent in to investigate if the Kzinti had anything to do with it, and to conduct a search and rescue mission for any Union survivors.

Admiral Shepherd is an expert on the Cyten Union, when as a Captain, the Tomar-C discovered the colony during one of her first missions, and is credited with opening diplomatic relations with the Union, and for adverting a potential war between the Union and the Kzinti that could have brought the Federation into a potential conflict.

In the mean time, Starfleet has sealed off the Federation - Kzin border in case they attempt to attack a Federation target, and intend to keep it sealed until Admiral Shepherd reports in.
Current Mood: chipperchipper