Today, we talk to Ltjg Joran Tavex from the USS Wallace. If you’ve ever thought of what it’s like to sim a Trill, read on…
After informing Admiral Krieger at SB118 of their intentions, ATLANTIS acted on information provided by their newest crewmember and guide, Mr. Dorlan, and delved deeper into the Par’tha Expanse in pursuit of a terrorist group called the Paaran.
Victory is still teamed up with the Columbia Arriving at the designated coordinates; team Parker traveled the moon’s surface in search of their objective.
Aurora is still above Caraban II attempting to locate the missing Survey Team.
By Lieutenant Commander Nugra
Captain Hebron, a Brikar Captain of the USS Constitution-B, has through many harrowing adventures with his loyal crew and his ship. But who is he? In this interview Lieutenant Commander Nugra of the Victory attempts to put more then just a name to a man who’s on of the most senior officers in the fleet.
Captain Rocar examines the briefing and how it can fit into the simlife of UFoP.
By Nathan Baker
In this, the inaugural post of a, hopefully monthly column, we talk with one of Starbase 118’s well-known members. Dan Tubbe plays Commander Varaan, the Vulcan Commanding Officer of the USS ATLANTIS and a former Chief Engineer of the USS PALADIN.
by Jerry Oltion
(Part of the Captain’s Table series.)
Reviewed by Captain Rocar
Nothing about this book should work! And yet it somehow it does. This is quite simply one of those Star Trek books you pick up wanting to hate and yet as your turn the pages you cannot help falling in love with the beautifully told story and refreshingly new, yet familiar characters.
Shatner “Sings” Tales of the “Has Been”
By: Commander T’Lara Cha’Stelin
William Shatner is not the first name that comes to mind when one things of great music. He’s not even the second, third or fourth. Usually, when one thinks of William Shatner and music, the first thing that pops to mind is an air sickness bag, the type found on most reputable airlines. However, despite his apparent lack of musical panache, Shatner likes to give it his all and “Has Been” is the result. Some may cringe, but actually, “Has Been” isn’t all that bad. Honestly. Really. I mean that in all sincerity. It’s quite … good.
The original Star Trek engineer, Scotty, died on Wednesday morning at 5:30am PST. His wife of 28 years, Wende, and longtime friend Steve Stevens were with him as he passed. The UFOP: StarBase 118 community sends its thoughts to his family and friends. We will remember him always. Yahoo! Obituary.