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    Leonard Hall
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    X: LT Hall, Office of Naval Intelligence
    R: 4LTDIV HQ, 4LTDIV NSD

    Foreword: As the contents of this memorandum indicate, I was CC’d this memo to the newly elected Security Manager regarding some of the events that have transpired aboard the Hydra as of late. After some private discussion with LTJG Quinn, I deemed this to be of sufficient importance to send to the CMDNET, and get in the hands of the senior staff and NSD as quickly as possible.

    Memorandum
    StarDate: 16116-2238
    From: Jr. Quinn, TSN Hydra (CM-008), 2F, 4LD
    To: Division Security Manager Lt. Jr. Finley, TSN Hawk (CL-982), 2F, 4LD
    CC: Lt. Hall, Office of Naval Intelligence, 2F, 4LD
    Subject: Possible Hydra Security Breach

    Lt. Jr. Finley,
    I believe the TSN Hydra may have shown evidence of a security breach during the most recent duty shift. I am by no means an expert on security issues, however, so I will simply make my report of the events as I observed them from the bridge and leave any deductions to you.
    At roughly 21:00 while on patrol in Sector VI of the Promethean System, the TSN Hydra, under the command of Lt. Cmdr. Del Pino, engaged in battle with Unukalhai Space Forces vessels in conjunction with the rest of the 2nd Fleet, under the command of Acting Flt. Cpt. Expree. USF vessels were advised to surrender their vessels and have all hands aboard abandon ship via life pods. Most USF vessels ignored this request and chose to go down with their ships.
    One ship, however, surrendered to the Hydra and disgorged 5 life pods. As helm officer, I quickly navigated to pick up life pods designated 1, 2, and 4. I believe the TSN Raven picked up life pods 3 and 5. Lt. Cmdr. Del Pino ordered us to destroy the USF vessel and proceed to the station designated M-33 to transfer the USF prisoners.
    Chief Petty Officer Harrison was assigned to the cargo bay at the time of the incident, and would have been leading his team of 5 enlisted personnel in receiving the life pods and securing them in the cargo bay. Standard operating procedure aboard the Hydra dictates that hostile life pods must remain sealed until a security detail arrives. The security detail dispatched to the cargo bay at this time was led by Sgt. Jenson and consisted of three TSN marines from our shipboard detachment of marines. As far as the bridge crew was aware, we docked with the station designated M-33 and offloaded the life pods and all USF personnel to await trial while we continued our patrol.
    We later learned that the personnel aboard the station opened the pods and discovered that none of the USF personal were alive. I do not know what transpired in the cargo bay during that time, but the bridge was not notified of any abnormal proceedings. Perhaps the USF personnel preferred suicide to life in prison, or perhaps some zealous member of the enlisted personnel decided to take it upon himself to rid the galaxy of the USF scourge one by one. I recommend requesting full reports from C.P.O. Harrison and Sgt. Jenson but as I said, I will leave the deductions to you.

    Yours,
    Lieutenant, Junior Grade Quinn
    Helms Officer
    TSN Hydra (CM-008)
    2nd Fleet, 4th Light Division

    Afterword: This report hints to perhaps there being some greater scrutiny needing to be had. We will have to get the autopsy reports to be sure of the cause of death — until then, best to keep our wits about us.

    #3701
    Aramond
    Participant

    //Nice job on the writeup, Quinn. And congrats for being one of the first outside of the senior staff to contribute to the storyline.

    #3780
    Quinn
    Participant

    //Thanks! Was excited to give it a shot, I’m just glad it turned out okay

    #4167
    Quinn
    Participant

    Memorandum
    StarDate: 23116-2237
    From: Jr. Quinn, TSN Hydra (CM-008), 2F, 4LD
    To: Division Security Manager Lt. Jr. Finley, TSN Lancer (ICX-001), 2F, 4LD
    CC: Lt. Hall, Office of Naval Intelligence, 2F, 4LD
    Subject: Re: Possible Hydra Security Breach

    ADDENDUM TO PREVIOUS REPORT

    Lt. Jr. Finley,

    In light of the recent news that the incident in the cargo hold of the TSN Hydra on stardate 16116-2237 was traced back to the bridge, I wanted to update my previous report. It seems my pride led me to believe that bridge officers would be above such actions, and as such I neglected to include them.
    It pains me to have to cast suspicion on my fellow bridge officers, but please find below the list of bridge crew aboard the Hydra at the time of the incident.

    Command- Lt. Cmdr. Del Pino
    Engineering and Acting XO- Lt. Jr. Matsiyan
    Helm- Lt. Jr. Quinn
    Science and Communications- Ens. Morlock
    Weapons- Ens. Deverin

    Please note that although he is assigned to the Hydra and he began the shift as the weapons officer and de facto XO, Lt. Jr. Fulvus was not present at the time of the incident. He was called away from the ship before we began our patrol of the Promethean System.
    I hope this information helps your investigation and will help to stem the tide of subversive activities within the division.

    Yours,
    Lieutenant, Junior Grade Quinn
    Helms Officer
    TSN Hydra (CM-008)
    2nd Fleet, 4th Light Division

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