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With the changing climate within the galaxy, Starfleet Intelligence sought the need for a stealth technology. With the treaty of Algeron preventing Starfleet from operating true cloaking devices other solutions were needed. Project Shadow was the answer from the intelligence community within Starfleet. The ship would be coated with a special material that would cause most known types of sensors to deflect and not “discover” the ship itself. It would also include more sophisticated engineering and sensor systems that would closely monitor any type of emissions to be sure that the ship remained “quiet” and did not give off other means of detection like the submarines of old.

After years of development, the technology was perfected and applied to the first test vessel, our ship, the USS Guardsman. With a crew that requires all to have a secret clearance or above the Guardsman, operates under Starfleet Intelligence attached to the Eleventh Fleet.

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Latest News Items

» Guardsman Returning

Posted on Thu May 25th, 2017 @ 9:49pm by Commander Avril Basset in Guardsman News

After a short time being closed down life has worked itself out and the CO is returning! The Guardsman is currently working on returning to the internet! We are chatting with our former members and once we have determined who is interested in returning applications will be accepted for new members of the crew as well.


» CO's Resignation

Posted on Tue Mar 21st, 2017 @ 10:01pm by Commander Avril Basset in Guardsman News

Hey everyone,

It was not without a lot of thought and agonizing that I've reached the conclusion that it would be better for me to step down as CO. Things have gotten really busy in real life and I can't give you all the dedication you deserve. The sim has done great things in the short couple of months hammering out posts and gaining silver sim of the month. I want to thank you all for your efforts during this time.



» Silver Sim of the Month!

Posted on Mon Feb 13th, 2017 @ 10:16pm by Commander Avril Basset in Guardsman News

Hey everyone! I'm very proud to announce that in the Pegasus Fleet CO's monthly address of the fleet that we were selected as Silver Sim of the Month for the month of January! I just wanted to make sure you're all aware of how awesome we're doing and ask to keep up the great work. We'll continue to work on improving our sim and work toward being the GOLD sim of the month!

On another note please be sure that you vote for the fleet's post of the month! You can vote by following this link. Our nomination for the post of the month goes to PO3 Briggs and can be viewed here.

Great job everyone!


» New CMO

Posted on Thu Feb 9th, 2017 @ 11:24pm by Commander Avril Basset in Personnel Action

Hey everyone! I'm happy to announce that we have a new member joning us, Lori. Lori will be serving as our Chief Medical Officer and she is playing the character Lieutenant Ryann Blake. Welcome!


» Command Staff Change

Posted on Thu Feb 2nd, 2017 @ 12:18am by Commander Avril Basset in Guardsman News

I'm sad to announce that Cam has had to resign from the sim due to real life concerns. At this time I've asked Kitty and she has agreed to become an Assistant Game Master. Instead of asking her to create an additional character to fill the role of Command Chief I've elected to make her character Second Officer in addition to Chief Engineer. Thank you to Kitty for stepping up into this role!


Latest Mission Posts

» Congratulations Little Lady

Mission: Proving Ground
Posted on Thu May 25th, 2017 @ 5:04pm by Chief Warrant Officer 4 Weston Lamb & Lieutenant Commander Danetria 'Dana' Roarke

"Excuse me, ma'am," CWO4 Lamb said, as he walked up to Dana's former office in engineering. "You have a moment?" he asked. The old Chief Warrant Officer had found out his boss had just been promoted to Executive Officer and was on the hunt for additional information.

"Yeah, please. Come…

» A Chance Meeting

Mission: Proving Ground
Posted on Tue Mar 21st, 2017 @ 11:47am by Captain Allen Jones & Lieutenant Ryann Blake M.D.

OOC Lori: Hi Aaron! I was wondering if you'd be up for a JP? I was thinking Blake and Jones could either meet casually or perhaps he comes in for his physical? I'm game for whatever you're up for. :-)

Allen was finally taking some time to unwind. He headed…

» Two CWOs in a Pod

Mission: Proving Ground
Posted on Mon Feb 27th, 2017 @ 5:10pm by Chief Warrant Officer 4 Weston Lamb & Chief Warrant Officer 2 Chloe McGee

Weston generally preferred having his meal in the Chief's mess finding them more like minded than officers as a former Master Chief himself. He was quiet and spoke to no one as he entered the Ward Room his gray hair and mustache a large contrast from the generally much younger…

» Systems Functional

Mission: Proving Ground
Posted on Mon Feb 27th, 2017 @ 5:08pm by Petty Officer First Class Kuva & Captain Allen Jones

Petty Officer First Class Kuva walked through the entrance to the Intelligence Center and continue through to the office that was occupied by their Chief Intelligence Officer and he knocked on the doorway, the door currently open. "Captain?"

Allen had been working on getting all his people in position and…

» Time for Phase I

Mission: Proving Ground
Posted on Wed Feb 22nd, 2017 @ 9:30am by Commander Avril Basset & Lieutenant Junior Grade Andreas O'Shaunessy & Chief Warrant Officer 2 Chloe McGee & Crewman Eric Mixon

The Guardsman had traveled throughout the night and the beginning of the day to the area of the Starbase where they would conduct Phase 1 of their system testing. They would also begin to operate into Phase 2 when they departed the area which Avril was most anxious for and…

Latest Personal Logs

» "Maslow"

Posted on Tue Feb 21st, 2017 @ 8:25pm by Lieutenant Ryann Blake M.D.

*** Two years ago, USS Ames***

What the hell did I just do? The thought rattled around the psychiatrist’s mind like the quiet buzz of cicadas in summer, overwhelming at first, but relegated to the background the longer it remained. It was a psychological certainty the thought would eventually stop…