the January edition of the
Starfleet Command's Online
Newsletter. I hope everyone had
If you guys like MMORPG's here is a list of my favorite. All of these are free-to-play
Star Trek Online . This game
is the best free roaming space
mmo. You have full freedom to
fly your ship
Star Wars: The Old Republic.
This game has the best
planet side missions of any
space mmo. The outer space
Dungeons and Dragans Online.
If you like the table top
version of D&D then give this
game a try. They put a lot of
Runes Of Magic. This is a
medieval MMOPG that closely
resembles World Of Warcraft.
There is no restricions
DC Online. If you like
superheroes and super villains
then this game is right up you
alley. Create your own hero or
Well thats all I got for now. Hope to see you in game.....enjoy.
ADM Gary Barclay Chief of Public Affairs
Greetings and felicitations,
Janurary is the time to ring in the New Year of 2013. It is my hope to see Starfleet Command prosper and grow. May each of our units take the time to send in articles to let the rest of the Fleet know about your charity work and other fun activities and events that each of you are contributing to.
January Star Trek conventions:
January 11-13 The Hollywood Show Westin Los Angeles Airport
DS9‘s Louise Fletcher, Kevin Brophy Bajoran Security Deputy, Lycia Naff Ensign Sonya Gomez - TNG,Cyril O'Reilly Nahsk - DS9, Ed O'Ross Gaavrin - ENT,Lori Petty Noss - VOY Ep: Gravity, William Schallert Nilz Baris - TOS Ep: The Trouble With Tribbles, Christopher McDonald (Lt. Richard Castillo – Yesterday’s Enterprise), and Celeste Yarnall (Yeoman Martha Landon – The Apple)
Albuquerque Comic Con Hard Rock
Hotel & Casino Albuquerque, New
Czech Trek Convention KC
Novodvorska Prague, Czech
Happenings in the Fleet:
On Saturday, December 15th, 2012, the USS Mighty Mississippi hosted a Holiday potluck at the Davenport Public Library – Eastern Avenue Branch. Attending members from USS Mighty Mississippi were; Rose Compton, Ed Ciccarone, Les Pullman III, Gerry Pearson, Katie & Alex Haugen. Thompson Ship Yard was represented by Alan and Heidee Thompson. USS Lobo, Moline delegates included Bill Van Brunt, Mike House, Liz Robinson and Brad Smith. Starbase 03 emissary was Commodore James Olson and SFI guest, Daniel Hill representing the USS Riverside.
We had a short meeting where USS Mighty Mississippi crew voted on their new ship upgrade. The ship choices were 'Intrepid' or 'Prometheus' class light cruisers. Ed Ciccarone presented the Prometheus and Alex Haugen presented the Intrepid Class. 'Prometheus Class' carried the majority vote of 3 to 2, with the Captain abstaining from the vote to prevent a possible tie.
Thompson Ship Yard is currently working on building the USS Mighty Mississippi's new Prometheus class ship and logo.
Afterward, we enjoyed an array of food, conversation and had a few laughs, while watching a William Shatner documentary "Get A Life" about Star Trek fans. We also saw an interview from Ann Curry with Peter Jackson about the making of "The Hobbit".
After the get together, many of the members attended a showing of 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey', with some going to the Rave Cinemas for the HFR 3-D version, while others attended the Putnam's big screen 3-D version. Some enjoyed the movie, some did not.
Cpt. Compton introduces some special guests.
Thompson, James Olson and Bill Van Brunt.
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