Off We Go
Deep Space Nine had, over the years, settled into relative comfort. With no threat of Dominion ships pouring out the wormhole at a moments notice and Bajor joining the Federation years back the station embraced its role as the hub of all travel in the Bajor sector and settled into that role nicely; it simply had become another deep space station. Now, however, times were changing and yet again decisions that effected the entire sector, if not quadrant, were once again being made at Deep Space Nine.
Some of the most pivotal decisions made during the Dominion War had been made in DS9's Wardroom and the Treaty of Bajor had been signed there. Since that time it had fallen into...Task Force 72 June Report
We are S.E.N.T.I.N.E.L.
The Excelsior-class ship sat still in space, the faint outline of Bajor XIV behind her. In 2399 such a sight was fairly uncommon, most Excelsior-class ships having been decommissioned years ago, but Commodore Elisabeth Basmanoff had pulled rank (multiple times) and kept the ship in active service.
With Bajor’s admittance into the Federation many years back, it wasn’t odd to see a Federation ship in the system. What was odd were the three Cardassian Galor-class ships off her port bow. Deep Space Nine had made an urgent call to any ship in range: The Defiant was in the Gamma Quadrant and there were three Cardassian ships enroute to the station and not...