Hello to all,
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving also congrats to all the awards winners. Great job guys.
Now enjoy the online newsletter and enjoy whichever Holiday you celebrate during the month of December and have Happy New Year.
Captain Brad Barker
Admiral Mark Williams Deputy Fleet Commander
As reported at the yearly fleet meeting by FCDR Jackson, SFCQ1 is looking for a Chief of Information Technology.
Some things that would be required are:
1. The time to commit to a do the job when issues come up.
2. Website design helpful, but not a necessity as there is a position for Webmaster. However the position does require the C.I. T. to find and staff a webmaster.
3. Maintain the listserves (Yahoo Groups) and message boards. Note there is a Listserve Adm position currently filled by Commander Sylvester.
4. Maintain and watch over the pages that Starfleet Command Quadrant 1 has across the web.
5. Creation of others as needed.
6. Work with the Chief of Public Relations on information posted on these various sites mentioned in #4.
7. Required to vote on issues that time to time come up that require a vote by the Starfleet Command Admiralty Board.
8. Have and maintain an internet connection/computer since almost all duties of this position require the use of the internet/computer.
9. Be able to work with the membership concerning questions/problems.
duties as directed by the
Starfleet Command Fleet
Five Year Mission has
joined SFC as a ship, so this
makes this a starbase 06 event!
Congratulations to these Awards Winners for the year 2012
of the Year
ADM Gary Barclay Chief of Public
Affairs Starfleet Command Q1
Greetings and felicitations,
A couple of
people have pointed out that it
might be better for me to use
salutations instead of
felicitations in my greeting. I
hope that the following will
prove to be enlightening.
The Enterprise receives a message "Greetings and Felicitations," followed by "Hip hip hoorah. Tallyho."
2012 Star Trek convention
Happenings in the fleet:
Boo at the
Zoo, Niabi Zoo, October 2012
Olson had the most fun at a
multi-SFC chapter Halloween
event, meant to benefit the Quad
Cities’ (Davenport, IA, areas)
Niabi Zoological Park, in Coal
Valley, IL. He joined USS Mighty
Mississippi’s Capt. Rose
Compton, Ensign Les “Trip”
Pullman III, and Crewmen Alex
and Katie Haugen. USS Lobo had
representatives, Captain Bill
Van Brunt, Senior Advisor Capt.
Mike House, and Ambassadors Liz
Robinson and Brad Smith. They
also had help from SFI’s USS
Riverside, including CO TC
Wilson, XO Aaron Clark and SFMC
Lt. Dan Hill. Host for the group
was David Baker, Operations
manager for KALA-FM, Davenport,
IA, who opened his “candy
station” to the
After: Left: Host David Baker,
KALA-FM, Davenport, IA, and Les
“Trip” Pullman III, USS Mighty
Mississippi. Right: Runabout
MightyM’s Captain Rose Compton
and Les Pullman, aka Ernie, at
the Boo at the Zoo event (Guess
who got a lot of photo ops? Lol).
Visible to left rear of photo is
Capt. Mike House, USS Lobo, and
Lt. Dan Hill, USS Riverside (SFI).
Photos are by JM Olson.
Star Wars vs Star Trek "Toys for Tots" charity bowling event By ADM Gary Barclay
Star Trek has won for the first time in 4 years. Fleet Commander Roy Jackson has led the way to victory with the highest score for our team. The USS Adventure, USS Endeavour, USS Indianapolis and USS Grokon were some of our ships that were there to represent Starfleet Command. The Star Trek rock band FIVE YEAR MISSION showed up to bowl and to donate $170 that they have raised. The U.S. Marine Corps had sent 3 Marines to collect donations. I want to thank everyone for making this a fun and worthy event.
ADM Gary Barclay is bestowing the award for the highest score on the winning team "Starfleet" to Fleet Admiral Roy Jackson as Dfc Williams watches in the background.
Email on the success of the Toys for Tots drive from one of the Marines!!
I wanted to email you and give you the numbers that we collected from the most awesome Star Wars vs Star Trek bowling outing. We did very well with it and according to SSgt V it was the best we have done at that event. And overall it was great. If you didn't notice, we kind of had a great time ourselves with everyone that was there. All three of us are big Star Wars fans and have been for some time. Ever since last year I have been talking about how great it was and made darn sure I was going to it this year and barring any unforseen happeneings next year, I will do it again.
The numbers you all donated to the community of Indianapolis are as follows:
And given more than a few of those were Star Wars related, by my mathematical calculations that about doubles it...haha!
Seriously though, thank all of you guys for being so generous, having a great sense of humor that we can relate to, and allowing us to take part in the festivities with you all once again.
The National Summit for SFCQ1
Commodore Gary Bartles speaks as
the Admiralty Board looks on at
The National Summit for SFCQ1 at
Starbase Indy, Indianapolis, IN,
11-25. — with Starbase 04's
Commander Mary Miller, Chief of
Financial Management ADM Tony
Scott, Chief of Public Affairs
ADM Gary Barclay, Deputy Fleet
Commander Mark Williams, Fleet
Commander FADM Roy Jackson,
Commander-in-Chief (CinC) FADM
Mark Bischoff, Chief of Command
Staff ADM Tim Shell and
Commandant Starfleet Academy ADM
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