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Quest for Honor PII

Join me as we continue my story of how I have come to be the Captain of the IKV Tiburon Being exiled, I was assigned to the desert planet of Rawl, to an old and abandoned military base, charged with being the empire’s eyes and ears in case of imminent danger. A fool posting and my burden to bear, seen …

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Honor The Fallen – 888th Tigersharks

On August 26th, 2021, the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, was attacked. Below I am listing the names and accomplishments of the 13 fallen soldiers we lost that day. As a veteran, things like this hit me hard. They hit all veterans and active duty hard. It is an important thing, when this happens, to say the names of those we …

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Common Nutritional Deficiencies

Have you ever experienced strange feelings, like numb, tingling fingers, cold hands and feet, muscle weakness and/or constipation on a regular basis? These can all be due to micronutrients that your body is missing. Yes, in the last article I talked about how micro- and macronutrients can affect you mentally. Now I am going to touch on some of the …

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Tiburon Adventures “Tribbles? No Trouble” 

The Defiant class ship USS Tiburon is breaking orbit from Risa, where the crew had enjoyed some R&R. The Tiburon is a tough and versatile ship for Starfleet, able to accomplish any task assigned by the brass at any time. It has a small crew complement when you compare it to the giant fleet ships like galaxy classes. The Tiburon …

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STAR TREK GADGETS THAT EXIST IN REAL LIFE: PART TWO.

Greetings from the 55-year mission convention in Las Vegas!! When last I left you, my fellow Trekkies, I had listed seven pieces of technology that were inspired by or taken directly from our beloved Star Trek. With the 55-year anniversary of Star Trek coming later this year in September, I want to give you eight more amazing technologies we have …

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A Quest of Honor Part One

Fellow warriors,  In our exploration of what makes us Klingon, we need to explore a component that is a commonplace in many cultures, that of the art of story-telling. Numerous cultures share the traditions of gathering to hear the stories, legends and myths of great battles, a great hero’s journey, or that of a scary legend. Whether they are made …

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Tokyo Olympics 2021 Injuries!

Good day, everyone! I’m sure a lot of you are watching the Olympics this year, and if you aren’t, that’s OK. I just wanted to take a minute and go over some injuries and crazy moments the 2020-2021 Olympics has brought us. I will not attach pictures (for obvious reasons), but if after reading the article you are curious, I …

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History of MACO (Military Assault Command Operations)

The history of MACO goes back to the very early years of the United Earth following First Contact, following a parallel course to Starfleet. In fact, during the early years of both, they were both competitive, and even at odds with each other, engaging in direct conflicts. It wasn’t until the Xindi Conflict that MACO first began cooperating with Starfleet, …

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The Replicator

There is no doubt that Star Trek has inspired many real-world technical innovations. Holograms,  tricorders, Geordi’s visor, and cloaking technology are just a few examples that have seen substantial development in the last 10 years. While all these examples will have a huge impact on the world when finally introduced to the general public, there is one piece of tech …

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Voyager – My Favorite!

I’m going to take a lot of flack for this: Star Trek: Voyager is my favorite Star Trek series. There, I said it. For the woefully ignorant, Voyager follows a starship of the same name. Her crew, through an unfortunate encounter, end up a very long way from home. They’ve got no quick way back, and are stuck with no …