Part of Bravo Fleet: Ashes of Deneb

USS Olympic: Mission 3: Hands and Feet

The USS Olympic is tasked with recovery and support efforts in the Deneb system.

Mission Description

Returning to the Deneb System, the USS Olympic is tasked with providing medical aid and support while using the Olympic Journal to report on the events, efforts, and impacts of the situation on the ground.  A reporter and his team from the Federation News Network are assigned to work with the Journal.  They are told to work together towards a common goal, but there is concern about intentions and trust as they begin their mission.  Returning to the Deneb system brings up memories of the events, not a month old, and officers and crew struggle to accept the short-lived and brutal war is truly over.

About the Mission

In Progress
Total Stories
Start Date

8 September 2023

HF 005 – The Syndicate

USS Olympic: Mission 3: Hands and Feet

“Captain, we’re being hailed.”  Chief Communications Officer Presley Atega turned in her chair, alerting Captain Helena Dread, who swung her chair to face the young officer.  “It’s…the colony, sir.” The XO turned slowly back to the front screen, confused.  The shuttle [...]

6 September 2023

HF 004 – The Isolated

USS Olympic: Mission 3: Hands and Feet

“The message is interesting in a few ways, Captain.  It’s not the usual frequency we’ve seen from this colony.  It’s also reading as being transmitted from a different communication system and location than the previous.  The last contact was had a month ago, and they [...]

30 August 2023

HF 003 - Your Time is Now

USS Olympic: Mission 3: Hands and Feet

Milton Ford had worked at Farpoint station for the last two years as one of the Deputy Chief Counselors, and he’d settled into a rhythm.  He’d been assigned a group of patients, and the life was suiting him.  That had been 24 hours ago.  Now, he was standing in one of the many [...]

27 August 2023

HF 002 – The Duel of the Journals

USS Olympic: Mission 3: Hands and Feet

Helena stood in front of the doors to the Olympic Journal.  She was running through the various ways she would approach the Editor in Chief with the news that an outsider was being sent along with them on their mission.  Taking a deep breath, the XO stepped through the door and let the [...]