Star Trek: Progress (Star Trek: Starfleet Corps of Engineers Book 61)
STARFLEET CORPS OF ENGINEERS
what is earlier
a different six-part S.C.E. occasion that flashes again to earlier adventures of the S.C.E. staff from the twenty third century to the peak of the kingdom struggle, with detailed visitors from all around the Star Trek universe!
2369: With the recommissioning of the U.S.S. Progress, Captain David Gold is considering his subsequent command whereas on a undertaking to the Federation protectorate Drema IV. Gold's leader scientific officer, Dr. Katherine Pulaski, has her personal purposes for eager to go back to Drema IV -- to examine up on a former sufferer of hers: Sarjenka, a woman who befriended info of the Starship Enterprise™, and whose thoughts Pulaski erased.
A mining coincidence on Drema IV brings jointly the S.C.E., Pulaski, Gold, and Sarjenka in an experience that might have far-reaching effects for all of them....
development buffer. Belunis had additionally belonged to this pick out team of individuals, who all occurred to be lady. She were Scotty’s first pal on Risa, and shortly grew to become even more than that. He’d labored heavily along with her whilst the location with the elements keep an eye on satellites had arisen, and the day after he’d accomplished the maintenance of the keep an eye on grid, he’d requested her out, in that certain method of his. She hadn’t acknowledged no. Then 5 fantastic weeks of affection, happiness and…yes, of enjoyment. whereas.
permit the visitors down them alone). whilst he unlocked front door via voice command, he skilled a brief reminiscence flash, as though anything in his brain were activated through an unknown stimulus. not just did he abruptly have in mind the 2 Kropaslin, but in addition every piece in regards to the venture to Kropasar final yr, the repercussions of acknowledged venture, his determination to wander once again, and the decision for aid from the Risian officers. It appeared there has been no escaping the earlier, irrespective of how not easy he attempted. A.
Who was once wanting to provide extra to the carrier than he anticipated to come again. the folks of Starfleet have been extra vital to William Johannes Ross than his personal existence and profession. via his personal admission, retaining the Federation from coming to any damage was once his most sensible precedence, and he might do nearly something to accomplish that. There weren’t that many transformations among Ross and himself, Scotty learned. They either had a similar method of their paintings, and so they relatively cared concerning the humans they labored so challenging.
Hard.” Loxx waved Scotty over to the place he used to be sitting within the middle of the bridge. “Ignore Ramaijif,” he acknowledged as Scotty stood up and crossed the bridge. “He’s been moaning ever because the Fleet determined to make the tactical officer answerable for communications.” “I have controlled to open a channel to the excessive cyning of the Witenagemot,” Ramaijif said simply as Scotty reached the world within the middle of the bridge. Loxx stood up and gestured graciously to his now empty seat. “It’s all yours.”.
To be unsuited for it. “Thane, eh? Do you all imagine you’re old Scots or somethin’?” requested Scotty amusedly. “Ah,” acknowledged Iamor, “you check with our political terminology: ‘Witenagemot’ for the legislature, ‘thane’ for its individuals, and ‘high cyning’ for its head. No, those phrases have been chosen through a Federation translation staff. They have been thought of so much indicative of the truth that we own a completely democratic executive that makes use of the trimmings of an historical feudal one.” Scotty easily.