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Old February 22 2013, 10:28 PM   #2
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ST C.O.E Mission to Bajor, Book One, The Monarch, Crew Listings

Star Fleet Corps of Engineers, Mission to Bajor
By T.M. Flavin
Book One – The Monarch

Table of Contents

Forward
SF COE Advisor Team Roster
Klingon crew roster, of the merchantman, ‘SS Monarch’.
Chapter one - On the Beach, a new offer, a new beginning?
Chapter Two - Finding a niche.
Chapter Three - Crew calls and a Ferengi?
Chapter Four - The Moon call.
Chapter Five - Introduction to a day dream.
Chapter Six - Crew call, do you speak Klingon?
Chapter Seven - Who needs who and what?
Chapter Seven - The loves of my Life; Tehk, Tash, and a Type 9B Cargo Shuttle.
Chapter Eight - Being pleased with myself.
Chapter Nine - Love, Drugs; and a history lesson?
Chapter Ten - Old friends and a false start.
Chapter Eleven - Off to the Moon
Chapter Twelve - The Monarch, a pig in a Polk?
Chapter Thirteen - How to scam a Klingon.
Chapter Fourteen - How to scam a Klingon, part two.
Chapter Fifteen - Introduction to Klingons and security.
Chapter Sixteen - What buying unseen gets you.
Chapter Seventeen - Making do with the Monarch mess.
Chapter Eighteen - Night watch on a former slave ship.
Chapter Nineteen - Dealing with pon farr, a Ferengi shuttle and our antique food re-sequencer.
Chapter Twenty - Hooray for flush toilets; and a take charge wife?
Chapter Twenty One - House keeping on the Monarch.
Chapter Twenty Two - Be’nen and Staunn’s shopping trip.
Chapter Twenty Three - Progress on the Monarch
Chapter Twenty Four - Refugees, what refugees; and why my wife smacked me good.
Chapter Twenty Five - Be’nen’s dilemma.
Chapter Twenty Six - Staunn’s story, with love and drugs.
Chapter Twenty Seven - Be’nen’s solution to her dilemma.
Chapter Twenty Eight - Be’nens’ new assignment, as my new boss!
Chapter Twenty Nine - Preparations for Be’nens’ new position.
Chapter Thirty - The Ambassadors’ goodbye’
Epilogue


Manning Charts
(1)
Manning roster – Star Fleet Engineers Advisory and Assistance Group (SFAAG) – CIV, for the Bajor Provisional Government, Bajoran Ministry of Commerce, Salvage and Recovery.

Command and Operations

Michael Thomas CWO (Ret) Chief Advisor Human Male
Civ SF 14 Chief Engineer
Ben’en Tash Civ SF 14 Admin Ast. Vulcan/Romulan female
Stunn Tehk, MD Civ SF 5 Med Tech Ferengi (mix) female
Og Civ SF 6 Supply Tech Ferengi male
Sunbeam Civ SF 3 Supply Clerk Dabo female
Teacup Civ SF 3 Supply Clerk Dabo female
John Hirst Civ SF 5 Steward Human Male
James Mathys Civ SF 5 Steward Human Male

Flight Engineers

Peter Murray CPO (Ret) Flight Engr Human male
Civ SF 9 Maintenance
Donald Murdoch CPO (Ret) Flight Engr Human male
Civ SF 9 Maintenance
Dwayne Barkley Civ SF 5 Engr tech Human male
Mona Freeman Civ SF 5 Engr tech Human female
Larry Comet Lt. (Ret) Como Tech Human male
Civ SF 6
Nichelle Bushong Civ SF 6 Computer Spec Human female
Alesia Campbell Civ SF 5 Computer Tech Human female
Diane Murray Civ SF 5 Computer Tech Human female (W)

Recovery and Salvage Team

Ronald Thornton CPO(Ret) Salvage Tech Human Male
Civ SF 9
Jenny Thornton Civ SF 5 Engr Bee Opr Human female (W)
Carol Murdoch Civ SF 5 Engr Bee Opr Human female (W)
James West Civ SF 5 Recovery Spec Human Male
Joshua Bopp Civ SF 5 Recovery Spec Human Male
David. Thomas Civ SF 5 Demo/UXB Sp Human Male
Reed Dunn Civ SF 5 Demo/UXB Sp Human Male
David Jeffers Civ SF5 Armorer Human Male
Robert Good Civ SF5 Decon Spec Human male

Security

Officer Fleming, Civ SF5 Security Officer Human Male
Officer Carney Civ SF4 Security Officer Human Male
Officer Flanagan Civ SF4 Security Officer Human Female

Changes and substitutions

Be’nen Tash - re-appointed to Vulcan Intergalactic Foreign Service, subsequently appointed Senior Administrator for the Joint Services Administration for the Star Fleet Assistance Group on Bajor.
Larry Comet - Promoted to Commander, Transferred to Be’nen Tash’s staff as chief of staff
Nichelle Bushong - Transferred to senior Conn Tech, replacing L. Comet
Dann Fleming (*) - Transferred to Amb. Tash’s staff as a Marine Security officer
James Carney (*) - Transferred to Amb. Tash’s staff as a Marine Security officer
Jane Flanagan (*) - Transferred to Amb. Tash’s staff as a Marine Security officer
T'Androma - Vulcan hired as Ambassador Be’nen Tash's personal administrative assistant
Alvin Smith - Civ SF-5 Security Officer Human Male
Patricia Jones - Civ SF-4 Secuity Officer Human Female
John Johnson - Civ SF-4 Security Officer Human Male


Klingon Crew Roster for Monarch Class Merchantman as found ain orbit around the Earth's Moon.

B’rel class Bird of Prey personnel

Command Grades

Commander D’Ghor Kahlest (Capt Kluge)
Executive Officer Tichar K’Eheyer
Interrogation Officer Paghal Hon’Tihl
Ordnance Specialist Divok Gorkon

Crew

Helmsman Azetbur Ja’Rod
Science Officer Ch’Targh Karana
Navigation Kerla Koboa
Chief Engineer Keedera Hon’Tihl
Engineer’s mate Dhivael Deletham
Weapons Master Brota Gorrod
Jr. Weapons Master B’Elanna Katrene
Transporter Specialist B’Elanna Yatron

Family and extra crew postings

Captains’ wife Kalitta Kahlest - Helmsman
Captains’ mother–in-law Onnak Konmel - Comunications
Captains’ daughter (18) Serella Kahlest - Comm/computer tech
Execs’ wife Shenara K’Ehleyr - Navigation
Execs’ son (16) Ja’Rod K’Ehleyer - Engr Tech
Execs’ daughter (baby) J’Dan K’Ehleyer - None
IOs’ companion Kadra Unagroth - None
Helmsman’s wife Grilka Ja’Rod - Steward/cook
Chief Engr’s wife Tichar Hon’Tihl - Steward/cook
Chief Engr’s son (17) Martok Hon’Tihl - Engr Tech
Chief Engr daughter (19) Karana Hon’Tihl - Engr Tech
Transporter Spec companion Azethur Katrene - Steward/cook
Science Officer’s wife Katerene Karana - Navagation
Science Officer’ son (15) Morath Karana - Weapons
Science Officer’s daughter (17) K’Trelan Karana - Science mate

(3)

Monarch-class IX Deep Space Freighter – Revised for recovery mission

Primary crew formed with Klingon personnel from a B’rel- class Bird of Prey with family members included.

Leased to Star Fleet Engineers Advisory and Assistance Group (SFAAG) – CIV for the Bajor Provisional Government, Bajoran Ministry of Commerce. Salvage and Recovery

Vacancies listed are to be filled upon arrival at Bajor.

Command Grades – Bridge Officers

New Position Old Position
Captain Commander D’Ghor Kahlest (Capt Kluge)
First Officer Executive Officer Tichar K’Eheyer
Load Master Interrogation Officer Paghal Hon’Tihl
Environmental Serv. Ordnance Specialist Divok Gorkon
Helmsman Helmsman Azetbur Ja’Rod
Science Officer Science Officer Ch’Targh Karana
Navigation Navigation Kerla Koboa
Purser Captains’ wife Kalitta Kahlest - Helmsman
Medical Tech Science Officer’s daughter (17) K’Trelan Karana Science mate

Engineering

Chief Engineer Chief Engineer Keedera Hon’Tihl
1st Engineer Asst. Engineer’s Mate Dhivael Deletham
2nd Engineer Asst. Chief Engr's daughter (19) Karana Hon’Tihl Engr Tech
3rd Engineer Asst. Execs’ wife Shenara K’Ehleyr Navigation
Engineer Mate
Engineer Mate
Engineer Mate
Transporter Specialist Transporter Specialist B’Elanna Yatron
Communications Capt. Mother-in- Law Onnak Konnel
Comm/computer tech Captains’ daughter (18) Serella Kahlest
Environmental Services
Env. Serv. Mate Weapons Master Brota Gorrod
Env. Serv. Mate Jr. Weapons Master B’Elanna Katrene
Env. Serv. Mate

Cargo

Handler/clerk Science Officer’s wife Katerene Karana Navagation
Handler/clerk
Handler/clerk
Transporter Specialist Transporter Spec companion Azethur Katrene/Steward

Security

Guard Sgt
Guard
Armorer

Stewards

Steward Helmsman’s wife Grilka Ja’Rod
Steward
Steward

Recovery Team - One (Rhino)

Shuttle pilot IOs’ companion Kadra Unagroth
Navigation Mate Chief Engr’s wife Tichar Hon’Tihl
Engineer Mate Chief Engr’s son (17) Martok Hon’Tihl Engr Tech

Recovery Team - Two
Shuttle pilot
Navigation Mate
Engineer Mate

Recovery Team - Three
Shuttle pilot
Navigation Mate
Engineer Mate


Star Trek Corps of Engineers Mission to Bajor

Book One – The Monarch

Forward

My story is about a time of peace, at a time when peace meant recovering from the last war and preparing for the next conflict.

I never considered myself a warrior, if anyone in this day and age can be called that, I was and still am an engineer.

I had been content in my engineering career to assist in rescue operations, repairs to stranded space craft and even an occasional construction projects at various outposts throughout Federation Space.

Although I had seen the casualties of collisions, system breakdowns and pirate raids, I was not really prepared for the first big conflict that I was involved with.

That was the battle with the Borg at Wolf 359 in the year of 2367.

The battle between the United Federation of Planets and the Borg collective lasted only a few hours.
40 Starfleet starships were gathered near Wolf 359 to intercept a Borg cube ship traveling to Earth.

The Borg, having assimilated Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his knowledge of Starfleet tactics and technology into its collective consciousness, obliterated the Starfleet force, 39 ships were destroyed, with the loss of over 11,000 lives.

Following its victory, the Borg ship continues on its course to Earth, where with skill and luck, the crew of the Enterprise-D rescued Picard and stopped the cube.

Most of the Corps of Engineers in the quadrant was mobilized for rescue, salvage and cleanup.

That kind of mission can change a man. I know it changed me.

As a result of the personnel losses many of the Corps officers were transferred to Starfleet defense vessels. Some of the senior enlisted personnel like me were commissioned as warrants to command the smaller repair tenders.

My ship was a Cle Dan Class VI Repair Tender.

It normally operated with a crew of twenty four experienced engineers.
My ship came directly from training command with twelve engineers and twelve senior students from the Earth Engineer Training center at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

The tender was supposed to have four Type 9-A, or its equivalent, shuttle craft, we had two for safety reasons, because there are no escape pods on this type of tender. In addition I had two Type M-1 Work pods, and four work bees with manipulator arms, for grappling.

Our job, after an area survey, was to bring major salvageable ship components to a Pearl Class VII Mobile Repair Facility. Two to four Cle Dans operated out of a Pearl.

Once the major components were gathered to meet a plausible repairable ship; they were tacked together within the Pearl then towed to the nearest star base for rebuilding.

Most of ours went to Earth or Mars facilities. A little over half were rebuilt; the rest of the parts and components went into fabrication of newer and smaller cruisers, to rebuild the fleet.

Our secondary mission was to recover the dead and smaller debris. Most of the smaller debris was bundled and pushed, with enough velocity, for it to reach the star.

The dead and pieces of bodies were collected and sent in storage pods to the Pearl. From there they were picked up by a Starfleet cruiser that was assigned for security.

The dead were then identified, and placed in burial torpedo shells and given a funeral onboard with full military rights. The burial torpedoes were then taken to an area outside the debris field and fired into the sun for burial.

Wolf 359 has no planets in orbit.

After eighteen months we had towed, or pushed, five composite ships to the Sol system. I don’t know what their status was after the rebuild or the names they were re-commissioned to.

Many were probably lost in the subsequent battles with the Klingons, the Romulans and lastly the Dominion, where in that wars’ aftermath my story begins.

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