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Re: Stargate Command- Level 27 - Commanders Office
« Reply #555 on: April 05, 2019, 08:16:04 PM »



 *Phone*

 "Ian, do what you can on your end and let me deal with Moscow, I have some strings I can pull here so whatever happens keep that woman under wraps and out of sight for as long as it takes. As for Bristow and Barrett, we don't have jurisdiction over them even if they are seconded to the SGC, Jack can cool down as they do have license to approach missions as they see fit and the fact that they found Miss Matthews should calm his mind. If we had lost her, well you know what the consequences might have been from our ship building stand point, not to mention the technology she is giving us a hand up in. I tell you what though, when they check in, tell them 'I' am not pleased and I want to see them in my office at the SGC tomorrow at 9 sharp."

  "No one outside of you, me, Jack and a few others are in the loop. Get in touch with Anne MacGregor and have her arrange to take Matthews to our facility in Australia, I'll have some of our best agents there to watch over her and she can still run her operations from there. I'll see you then, enjoy the rest of your night if you can Ian."[/color] Busy signal.
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Re: Stargate Command- Level 27 - Commanders Office
« Reply #556 on: April 07, 2019, 05:13:59 PM »

 

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 "Admiral, this is urgent sir. SG-18 has radioed in, they are under heavy fire and cannot get back to the gate, they are requesting back up and we have 22 minutes left with the gate open."
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Re: Stargate Command- Level 27 - Commanders Office
« Reply #557 on: April 09, 2019, 01:18:23 PM »



"I...Hank, I need to call you back. Or we can talk before the meeting. Bye." Ian hung up the phone and headed straight down to the Control Room.
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Re: Stargate Command- Level 27 - Commanders Office
« Reply #558 on: August 16, 2019, 06:04:55 PM »

 

 More than happy with her new job (she was over the moon to be honest) Kayla was relishing in it. Some might say she was nothing more than a servant now, a come down for a combat Marine, but she saw it differently. "Stay Ruff." she told her K9 at the door, he dutifully flopped down to lay guarding said door. Knocking lightly she went in with the tray. "Your coffee sir and the English muffins and marmalade. Colonel Arguayo said she was already on her way to the Cafeteria and Colonel Carter said she'd be there; she called earlier but you hadn't arrived so she told me to tell you."

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Re: Stargate Command- Level 27 - Commanders Office
« Reply #559 on: August 17, 2019, 12:55:00 AM »



Ian looked up from his reports to the new Sergeant who had been assigned to him. It made sense with the possibilities due to Ba'al's return and the Trust resurfacing. But it still made him a little uncomfortable. And he was acutely aware that her bringing him coffee and an English muffin would be seen as more than a little misogynistic. He also didn't remember asking for it, but with how much paperwork he was dealing with the last few days, it was any wonder he remembered to go home every night.

"Thank you, Sergeant. No, they can handle the main stuff, most of it is pretty routine. Just a threat briefing on Ba'al and the Goa'uld we encountered earlier. Most of the teams are running normal ops, a couple are working with our guest who left Ba'al's camp...and created a diplomatic nightmare in the process." Ian explained. "I know General Hammond and General Landry liked to be involved in everything, but the SGC is way bigger than it was in their time. I'd love to be just as involved but too many things demand my attention these days."

He'd just finished signing off on the last batch of decorations to be issued. The hardest had been SG-12, not for what to issue but rather getting them issued, and so he had to back channel it through a friend who used to be SAS but now worked at the MOD itself. They'd all see a Military Cross, George Medal, and an American Air Force Commendation Medal (with "V" device). SG-7 had theirs as well. The three military members were all getting bumped up a grade, so Coffin was now a Major, Koralov a Captain, and Vallois a Chief Sergeant. Those three also saw a couple medals.

The biggest of the bunch, and that was saying something considering what they had all earned, was that Astrid Lofquist was to see an unofficial induction into Sweden's Royal Order of the Sword. Since the Program wasn't public, they couldn't reactivate an Order that hadn't been issued since 1977, but the Swedish ambassador was practically giddy that one of their few people had been involved in a major discovery like the crystal mine. Doctor Grecko had the Polish ambassador equally excited, and he'd be getting an Order himself. For all the squabbling the big dogs were doing lately, the smaller members were just happy to be contributing. Oh the irony...

Ian still had to come up with awards to go to the other personnel, including his new steward. Captain Fox had a Purple Heart for sure coming his way, and Lieutenant Harwood had gotten herself an Air Force Commendation Medal. But he still had to get through the rest of SG-1 prior to the most recent re-shuffle, SG-4, SG-9, -18, -22, and -25. And that also involved a lot of work with their parent service branch and country, which was a pain in the neck in some countries.
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Re: Stargate Command- Level 27 - Commanders Office
« Reply #560 on: August 19, 2019, 08:57:15 PM »

 

 While the Boss was giving her the low down, Ruffles thought it was a good idea to move from the door. He ambled in before she could stop him, laying down beneath Ian's desk at his feet. Well at least if those feet got cold he could warm them up. She let him be, the poor thing had been running the halls all day yesterday and she knew he'd be sleeping most of today in any case. "It's my job sir. I really have to get used to it." She did at least smile sometimes. "Two other messages Admiral. That Trust prisoner in the stockade SG4 brought back, the Iranian, he's demanding a lawyer and has now gone on a hunger strike. And Miss Matthews left a message to say she has found the problem with the cooling for the hyper drive on the Victory and Dreadnought. It was nothing more than a software protocol error and she has sent the fix to you. Its in your email."

 That was really about all for the morning, although she was well aware the poo would hit the fan soon. "I know what you mean sir. Even in my short time with Stargate Command it has grown by nearly double in personnel strength since then. I guess like my step Dad often says about life, things go faster today than we can keep up with"
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Re: Stargate Command- Level 27 - Commanders Office
« Reply #561 on: September 14, 2019, 02:36:46 AM »



"The IOA will handle the prisoner, and I'll let Ms. Matthews discuss that matter with the Fleet Command. Now..." Ian was about to finish when a knock came at the door. He looked over past Sergeant Wojck. "Come in."

An Air Force Major from Area 51 stepped in, clad in ABUs rather than his service uniform. His nametape said "CAULKINS". He was tall and thin, with his brown hair far back on his head, seemingly receding further than his age was.

"Admiral. I've been sent from Area 51 to brief you on the specs that were sent through by the alternate timeline's General Carter with SG-1." The Major said. Ian gestured to the chair.

"At ease, Major. Proceed with your briefing." Ian said, "Sergeant Wojck is cleared for my affairs, as is Sergeant Ruffles."

"Ah, yes sir." Major Caulkins said. He set his laptop up and brought up the images of specifications sent through. The first one looked like a sideways enlarged and reinforced cellphone, mounted to a humanoid wrist.

"This is known as a TACPAD - TACtical Personal Assistant Device. Evidently, it functions a lot like a smartphone does, with the added bonus of being able to project a digital overlay over the user's view through certain eyewear. It's called "Augmented Reality", sir, the idea being it would be like how things look when playing a video game - weapon status, team location and status, objective markers; all of it is presented to you in realtime. It can also be upgraded with various applications to meet a specific user requirement. Medical personnel might have a scanner to triage faster, or there might be a translation matrix option for faster real-time translations of alien text."

Ian leaned back and nodded. "Technology like that would kick the Future Force Warrior program ahead 20 years. But we'd need plenty of training to prevent information overload."

"Yes, sir." The Major brought up images of the rifle Colonel Mitchell brought through, as well as a pistol. "These are the energy weapons from that timeline. They function like the Zat and Staff Weapon, though the rifle has the ability to fire stun blasts and the pistol doesn't have the ability to kill or worse with multiple impacts. But otherwise, human ergonomics and adaptability with alien energy weapon tech."

"That'll be a huge plus indeed." Ian replied, nodding.

"They also sent through information about the personal armor they used, which is being evaluated now. There's still some aspects that aren't fully understood but we'll check with the Asgard Core regarding that." Caulkins added before switching to aircraft images.

"They sent through four light craft designs - a transport under the designations "Grizzly" and "Pave Grizzly", the Phoenix Program wants to develop them so we can focus the Tornado as a bomber and gun platform. The second is an Electronic Warfare variant of the Wolverine strike fighter, the third is a stealth upgrade package for the F-302, and then a fighter developed with the help of the Asgard, codenamed "Darkblade"." Major Caulkins continued.

"I'll take your word for it on those, Major. Though make sure General O'Neill sees them, he had a major part in the F-302 project. Though I'm sure if they're going to the Colonel, then he'll see them too." Ian said, and gestured to continue.

"Yes, sir. The last ones went by Fleet Command first. They sent us four specs but two are shelved as redundant to our current force. However, two of them are of interest. One is a small ship, probably the smallest we'd be activating, but the design is evidently fairly easy to build and configure. Fleet wants four variants of this one that is known as the "Protector"-class. A basic escort frigate, a missile frigate, an electronic warfare ship, and then a stealth frigate." Major Caulkins went on.

"Hold on. A stealth frigate? What for?" Ian asked.

"Fleet Command believes it can not only be useful for recon but also for covert deployment of off-world teams. They want to see about using those as a taxi for our teams instead of running them around on the biggest ships in the fleet." Caulkins shrugged, "Their words, sir, not mine."

"Well, if the IOA funds it, I'll support it. What's the other class?" Ian asked.

"This is the "Tempest"-class. Fleet sees it as a halfway between the Daedalus and Dreadnought classes. Faster and more agile than the Dreadnought, but packs more of a punch than the Daedalus. It also has a more efficient method of production and a streamlined shape to minimize sensor profile at range. Either way, it can help get the fleet into a better state than it is in. Their words again, sir." Major Caulkins concluded.

"Well, again, if the IOA will fund all of this, it'd really give us a kick in the pants that we need. Otherwise, well, we can dream at least. Thank you, Major." Ian said. Caulkins packed up his laptop and stood up.

"Thank you for your time, Admiral." He said smartly, and then exited the office.
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Re: Stargate Command- Level 27 - Commanders Office
« Reply #562 on: September 17, 2019, 11:41:04 PM »

 

 "Yessir." Kayla made a note to herself to inform both parties of the situations pending. The IOA in this case meant the NID which meant Agent Barrett possibly.

 When the visitor arrived and the Boss told him of her and Ruffles status, she had to smile at that thought. People were now starting to admire what she did, even to the extent some, particularly junior officers were trying to get information from her. They have two chances of that, Buckley's and none. Once the brief meeting was over, she stood at ease where she was, letting the man leave. Ruffles continued to fake sleep under the desk. "That is quite an impressive shopping list sir. Do you mind if I tell you what the IOA will say... I mean from my experience when we've sent requests to them. Of course coming from me won't mean much, being so far down on the food chain."
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