04/10/2017 at 22:43 #26797Matthew VajParticipant
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TERRAN STELLAR NAVY
RECORD, ANALYZE, REPORT, ACT
SECURITY CLEARANCE LEVEL THREE
BRIDGE OFFICERS AND INTELLIGENCE STAFF EYES ONLY
OPERATIONAL DEBRIEFING FOLLOWS….
Intelligence from some unconventional sources (ref. a) Medical Report: Mundy, b) Liaison: Zolmari partisans) indicated that Kralien and Skaraan forces would attempt a raid on DS-121 in Krisenda sector IV. DS-121 currently houses a Kralien artifact that ONI has been researching. This artifact was involved in the destruction of TSN Raven some time ago, and given its potential use as a weapon, TSN Command does not want it to fall into enemy hands. The 4LD was ordered to rendezvous with ISS forces in Krisenda and prepare to defend the sector from any incoming forces. The division was alerted when enemy ships were detected exiting Cerberus gate and was waiting for them when they entered sector IV. Several Kralien fleets were involved in the raid, supported by a large group of Skaraans. One cloaked Skaraan managed to send a boarding party onto DS-121. TSN Sabre and TSN Horizon both sent teams of marines to assist the station in defense of the artifact. One surrendered Kralien vessel was boarded by marines who arrested the vessel’s commanding officer. The artifact remained safely secured in the lab on station during the battle. All enemy ships which did not surrender were destroyed. Shortly after the raid ended, a few pirate ships entered the sector. They were quickly dispatched, although it is unknown whether there is any relationship between their appearance and the Kralien raid. Once the 4LD confirmed that there were no other hostiles in the area, the division returned to Promethean Command under autopilot control.
…OPERATIONAL DEBRIEFING ENDS
CURRENT FLEET INTELLIGENCE:
While the 4LD was defending Krisenda IV, another raid was executed on RS-261 in Atlantis sector III. Atlantis Intelligence agents have confirmed reports that Kralien and Skaraan forces were successful in retrieving the artifact housed at that location. This is a significant problem, as that artifact was the basis for a weapon that was developed during the Moonsec Conspiracy some time ago. It is likely that the Kralien Order has the capabilities to develop a similar weapon which could be used against the USFP.
The Cerberus system’s Bloodhound III sensor net is exhibiting more stability following the recapture of Quesenc station. In an effort to boost trade that has declined due to the commerce raiding that occurred during the system outages, a trade convention is being organized. While the system’s local government has hired additional ISS ships to assist in system defense, it is likely that pirates and other hostiles will attempt to seize assets at the convention especially if they do not realize that the system vulnerabilities have been addressed.
ONI is still attempting to discover the cause of the Kralien refugee crisis of late. It is likely that the Order will use this as cover to make further assaults on USFP assets. It is believed that the fleets involved in raids this cycle originated from among these ships.
ONI is analyzing the possibilities regarding the new location of the Moonsec artifact. Recovery of this artifact is of very high importance. There is word regarding a few other potential artifact which TSN Command would like us to recover. In addition, there are still areas which have high pirate and Hegemony activity, and we must be prepared to defend USFP assets.
Continue to be vigilant for undisciplined border transgressions from Kralien space. Traffic needs to be analysed carefully for vulnerable populations, surrenders should be offered wherever possible to leverage future factionalism and surrendered ships should be kept as widely separated as possible.
Continue to be on the lookout for any indication of Caltron, pirate, USF, or Hegemony incursions. Any sightings of enemy vessels should be reported to ONI immediately.
Communications officers now have the additional role of managing preparations for shuttle transfers. See the Advanced Comms Guide for more details.
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