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ATTENTION ALL HANDS. TSN Hamilton is now on ALERT STATUS. All TSN Hamilton crew members are now on MOBILIZATION ALERT.
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TSN Hamilton
2nd Light Division
Terran Stellar Navy Canadian Fleet
United Space Faring Planets 

Next duty shift: March 11th, 2018
UP Games
105 King St E Hamilton, Ontario
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For more info please check out event in the calendar.

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TSN Hamilton
Captain's Log
Nov 19, 17

Today I received orders that put the Hamilton on alert status and the entire crew on mobilization alert. We knew this was coming, and now that the time has arrived I must prepare the ship and crew for deployment. Our launch date is January 28, 2018.

The mission outline is a long-range deep space mission to collect scientific data and make peaceful contact with new life forms. At today's duty shift the entire crew was engaged in ship-wide systems check and readiness drills. The senior bridge officers discussed recording the mission.

It was determined that a new main computer and sensor array need to be installed. I made a request for a new computer and sensor array with TSN Corps of Engineers. As it turns out, they have bigger plans. I was informed that the engineers will not only be upgrading the systems I have requested, but they will be redesigning a section of the ship into a brand-new stellar cartography system. Command wasn't joking when they said we will have access to all of TSN's resources. This also means that there will be personnel role changes as well as new crew transfer.

The biggest change on the bridge will be that my first officer Cdr Moriopolous is being put in charge of stellar cartography. He will still be my first officer, but it will take him off the bridge full-time. My chief enginer Cdr Varga will be taking over first officer duties on the bridge. I have yet to decide a new chief engineering officer. Most of the transfers will be more science personnel.

We have a little over two months to prepare for our mission. I have full confidence in the crew and I know we will be ready.

Capt J. Scales

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Capt. John Scales                  
Commanding Officer                              
TSN Hamilton
2nd Light Division
Terran Stellar Navy Canadian Fleet
United Space Faring Planets 

Next duty shift: March 11th, 2018
UP Games
105 King St E Hamilton, Ontario
12:00pm-5:00pm
$5 Cover
For more info please check out event in the calendar.

Website: tsn-artemis.ca 
Fleet FB: facebook.com/tsncanada
You Tube: TSN-2nd Light Division
Twitch: twitch.tv/2ndlightdivision


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TSN Hamilton
Captain's Log
Dec 5, 17

Work has been ongoing to ready the ship for our deep space mission. My crew has been working hard and is doing a great job. Wendsday was a major upgrade for our main computer. It took most of the day shutting down most of the key systems on the ship. The rest of the week was spent restarting ship systems. Sunday was the first time running the ship since the update. Everything seems to be running properly. Except for our new sensor array. The Corps of Engineers have been working since Sunday to fix the problem.  I have been living on base for the past few weeks instead of staying on the ship. Most of my time has been spent in meeting between Command, Fleet Services, and the Corps of Engineers. I had a meeting with Commodore Trinh on Saturday. He had asked for a detailed status update. I have also been attending refresher courses on diplomacy procedures. The work load has been very heavy for everyone. The crew has been a little tense and could use a brake. On December 10th the senior bridge crew is heading over to the Ontario ship yards to celebrate the commissioning of the TSN Oshawa. It should be a welcome distraction for everyone.

Capt J. Scales

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Capt. John Scales                  
Commanding Officer                              
TSN Hamilton
2nd Light Division
Terran Stellar Navy Canadian Fleet
United Space Faring Planets 

Next duty shift: March 11th, 2018
UP Games
105 King St E Hamilton, Ontario
12:00pm-5:00pm
$5 Cover
For more info please check out event in the calendar.

Website: tsn-artemis.ca 
Fleet FB: facebook.com/tsncanada
You Tube: TSN-2nd Light Division
Twitch: twitch.tv/2ndlightdivision


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TSN Hamilton
Captain's Log
Dec 21, 17

Our last duty shift was all training simulations. The crews performance was top notch. Even Commodore Trinh was on hand to see the crews performance. More logistic bugs were worked out but we have yet to do a full test of our sensor array. Specifically in recording what our sensors pick up. The Corps of Engineers said there have been some set backs but will have everything operational before our Jan 28th launch date.

Last week the senior crew and I went to the TSN Oshawa's commissioning. We were given a tour of the ship, then it was on to see the ship in action. Various battle drill and stress test were conducted. Even I was able to command a few battle drills. All I can say is what an impressive ship. This new battleship class vessel is top notch. I know Commander DeNobrega is going to enjoy commanding the Oshawa. Afterwards there was a reception in the officers lounge. The chef did a great job. I think I am going to have to steal him for the Hamilton. I have yet to find a replacement since our chef retired at the beginning of the month.

For the time being I have put the crew on a holiday stand down. I want the crew to spend time with their families before shipping out. To be honest I had to order the crew to leave since most of them wanted to continue preparing the ship. The Corps of Engineers has been gracious enough to fill in with extra personnel while the crew is away. Of course I will remain on to oversee the work being done. Regular crew operations will resume Jan 14, 2018.

Capt J. Scales

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Capt. John Scales                  
Commanding Officer                              
TSN Hamilton
2nd Light Division
Terran Stellar Navy Canadian Fleet
United Space Faring Planets 

Next duty shift: March 11th, 2018
UP Games
105 King St E Hamilton, Ontario
12:00pm-5:00pm
$5 Cover
For more info please check out event in the calendar.

Website: tsn-artemis.ca 
Fleet FB: facebook.com/tsncanada
You Tube: TSN-2nd Light Division
Twitch: twitch.tv/2ndlightdivision


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TSN Hamilton

Captains Log

Jan 14, 18


We are finally back from holiday stand down. It is good to see the crew all back on the bridge. This was our final duty shift before we launch for the deep space mission. Command assigned me a lucky 7 combat drill. The Lucky Seven test requires you to complete a single front combat mission, level 7, in 60 minutes or less using a Scout vessel only. All configurations of the combat simulation can be set to many, with default sensor range and no modifications to both enemy and player's vessel.


The lucky seven combat drill was a complete success. All enemies destroyed and completed within 37 min. There were six main groups of enemies. The three larger enemy groups were destroyed using taunting and mine fields. The three smaller enemy groups were destroyed using a combination of EMP's, Echo 1 runs, and Delta 2 maneuvers. With one Torgoth Goliath giving us a difficult time. A secret code case was used to defeat the Goliath. While 2 enemy groups and a pack of piranhas did attack both DS1 and DS2 we did not lose any stations. Although we did lose all friendly combat ready ships.


Cdr. Eric Varga was also assigned a training patrol mission which was also very successful.

The patrol training mission was a successful excursion, 41 enemies, and 3 neutrals where either destroyed or routed with 4 friendly ship casualties. Though a peaceful beginning during our patrol with no known hostile contacts we began seeing a front forming near DS2 in and around grid D4 mark 1, this is where we engaged all hostile combatants. Enemies where primarily dealt with by using both delta and, echo maneuvers. The total time of the mission was 30 minutes. Cdr. Varga has shown he has strong command skills and I know he is the right choice as first officer for the upcoming mission.


The crews performance was nothing short of amazing. They all responded perfectly and communication was spot on. I can not put into words how proud I am of how well the crew did. We all have made such a huge improvement in such a short time. I am beyond confident the crew is ready for the huge challenge that will be the deep space mission.


We did a final test of our upgraded senor array today and everything is working perfectly. With all the bugs finally worked out Cdr. Sebastian Mouriopoulos is relieved that stellar cartography can be working at 100% efficiency.


I was given my final deep space mission briefing this evening. Oddly enough an intelligence officer was involved with this briefing. Without revealing any sensitive information the mission details are:

We are to proceed to the Aurelian sector in USFP space where a gate of unknown origin has been discovered. The TSN Hamilton is to enter the gate and explore unknown space. The TSN Hermies (A scout class vessel) went through the gate to do short range recon. Last reports was all clear and no contact made with initial scans. There will be an automated station for communication only. We will also be assigned 10 marines for security reasons.

Our primary mission is to explore unknown space. We are to record and report any and all scientific data.

We also have diplomatic orders where we are no to make contact with underdeveloped civilizations. We are to observe and document only.

For any developed civilizations we are to act as ambassadors of the USFP. We are to make a complete tactical report as well ad diplomatic report on if the civilization could be a potential allies. We are NOT to upset the local civilizations. We must follow all laws and customs the best we can.


Also we have finally found a new chef.




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Capt. John Scales                  
Commanding Officer                              
TSN Hamilton
2nd Light Division
Terran Stellar Navy Canadian Fleet
United Space Faring Planets 

Next duty shift: March 11th, 2018
UP Games
105 King St E Hamilton, Ontario
12:00pm-5:00pm
$5 Cover
For more info please check out event in the calendar.

Website: tsn-artemis.ca 
Fleet FB: facebook.com/tsncanada
You Tube: TSN-2nd Light Division
Twitch: twitch.tv/2ndlightdivision


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