MARCHLANDS — USS Constitution crew grappled with unresolved issues aboard alleged USS Enterprise.
The crew of the USS Constitution, NCC 9012-B, found themselves entangled in an ongoing investigation surrounding a mysterious ship believed to be the USS Enterprise NCC-1701. The situation onboard became increasingly complex as reports from repair teams yielded mixed results.
The alleged USS Enterprise’s growing issues had repair teams starting to wonder if sabotage was complicating the assessment of the cascade failure experienced by the ship. Repair teams were, so far, unable to pinpoint the source of the malfunction.
These incidents, marked by a prolonged ship-wide gravity failure, raised questions about the integrity of the ship as a whole. Although light gravity was eventually restored, the lingering uncertainty led to reports of possible unrest among the Enterprise crew. However, these reports remained unconfirmed as the repair teams were yet to return from their last delivery.
Lt. Willard, the leader of the team in charge of part fabrication, addressed inquiries about the possibility of mutiny with caution. He stated, “At this present time, I had not heard back from the repair teams, so I couldn’t comment on their present situation. Please direct your questions to the Public Affairs office for more information.”
Ens. Sarai Porter of the Security team responded to queries about mutiny with surprise and denial, saying, “A mutiny? I hadn’t heard anything about a mutiny. May I ask who you’ve been talking to?”
Senior Cmdr. Nugra, who collaborated with Ens. Porter on an unspecified project, opted for a terse response when questioned about mutiny, stating, “No comment. Ask me again, and we will have your office moved a few decks down near the left nacelle.”
As the investigation into the USS Enterprise continued, the USS Constitution’s crew faced an evolving and uncertain situation. The absence of concrete information from the repair has left many on board uncertain what is happening to their crewmates. Now, with sabotage and mutiny a possiblility, the concern for the safety and well-being continues to rise.
Written by Mason Stone, Embedded Reporter