TYRELLIAN SPACE — The USS Gorkon (NCC-82293) has moored at Iana Station for repairs after sustaining considerable damage during their rescue attempt of the USS Triumphant (NCC-75692) and Sasu Gol.
The innovative spacecraft remains anchored at Iana Station in the Tyrellian Defence Task Force home system. Despite the starship’s hazardous condition, Starfleet engineers at the base are already working on repairs and are optimistic about the future.
“This is a significant occasion in the life of the USS Gorkon,” Station Chief Engineer Moseh Maser remarked. The Gorkon hovers behind her, illuminated by workbee spotlights along her hull. “A blast like that, especially in the physics laboratories, may have resulted in significant collateral damage. Our proposals for more Damage Control employees have already been presented.”
The EPS network, which supplies electricity to each deck from the propulsion systems on board, has undergone significant alterations. Engineers will refurbish the Physics Laboratory and refit them with advanced equipment, as well as additional renovations and reinforcements. The fixes will also include further system upgrades, including improvements to the communications equipment.
An inquiry is being performed on board by the Chief of Security and Tactical, LtCmdr. Samira Neathler, and assistant Lt. Piravao sh’Qynallahr. More information will not be accessible until they complete the preliminary investigations, but as officers began their shore leave at Iana Station, one officer elaborated on the situation.
“It blew up in a tremendous flame!” As the wild gestures persisted, Petty Officer Aenir recalled. “There were few casualties, and tonight we toast bloodwine in heroic glory as they soar to Sto’vo’kor!”
Notably, while stationed at Iana Station, Vice Admiral Quinn Reynolds has offered the crew shore leave, allowing several of the senior officers to partake in recreational activities on the station or the planet of Palanon. Some have travelled to the Mindirra Mountain Range to see the vistas of the planet from the highest peaks, while others have ventured to the station itself to take advantage of the wide assortment of tourism and recreational amenities.
The Gorkon will spend the next few weeks in the Tyrellian Sector repairing, training, and enjoying shore leave before putting their equipment through a rigorous set of evaluations.
Written by Jo Marshall