Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by leandar, May 30, 2013.
KIM: Fissures are opening on decks one, eight and eleven!
CHAKOTAY: Reroute power!
KIM: What happened?
Tuvock: Apparently, the aliens began to focus their attacks on a single shield vector. It collapsed before the auxiliary emitters could respond.
CHAKOTAY: It looks like they've changed their tactics. We may have less time than we thought.
SEVEN: We've examined the schematics of your multiphasic chamber. It can be adapted. We intend to create an auto-initiating security grid.
TUVOK: The moment an alien invades either ship a force field will surround it.
SEVEN: Once we modify our field generator to emit multiphasic frequencies it will power the security grids on both ships.
Janeway: How long will it take?
TUVOK: Approximately 14 hours.
GILMORE: We don't know when they'll break through again. We may not last that long.
CHAKOTAY: We could cut the time in half if we evacuate all personnel from the Equinox and focus our efforts here on Voyager.
RANSOM: Remember, we are still thirty five thousand light years from Earth. We should try to preserve both ships.
BURKE: With two vessels we'd be able to pool our resources; doubling our chances of finding a short cut home.
Janeway: Normally I'd agree, but right now one of our ships in vulnerable. Chakotay's right, we should make our stand on Voyager.
RANSOM: I don't want to force the issue, but I am prepared to return to the Equinox with my crew. What is the protocol in this situation? We have two Captains and two ships. Who gets the last word?
Janeway: Starfleet Regulation 191, Article 14. ''In a combat situation involving more than one ship, command falls to the vessel with tactical superiority.'' I looked it up this morning.
Ransom: Good thinking.
JANEWAY: In this case, protocol recognizes my authority.
Ransom: Are you ordering me to abandon my ship?
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