Monthly Report Task Force 72 – August 2019

Intro

So first off, my apologies that this report is so late.  It’s been a crazy, busy, and somewhat annoying September for me.   That being said, let’s get to the first-ever meeting of the “Ben’s Too Addicted to Riker’s Beard” Support Group…(read’s notes)… oh nevermind wrong meeting; this is the TF Report.   The support group’s next door in Fluffy’s cage.

First, some exciting bits for the report. We get to welcome two new Commanding Officers.  The first victim for the center chair, we have Jared Rosado of Starbase 621 in TG72-B. And second victim we have Jacob Kane who will be taking over the USS Athena in TG72-A.  If you see them in chat give them a shout out and a congrats. I know both will do excellent in their new roles and have already jumped in feet first. Best wishes to you both. 

Task Force Stats

  • Total Simms: 16
  • Ships with CO’s: 13
  • Ships with Pending CO’s: 0
  • Open Commands: 3

With the addition of two new Commanders, our open position list has changed a bit. As always if you are interested in an open command, or have an idea for a new command feel free to contact myself (Jakers#5080) or any of the Command Staff from Task Force 72.  

  • Task Group 72A – USS Tesla
  • Task Group 72B – USS Athena
  • Task Group 72C – USS Polaris

Unit of Merit

This month the Unit of Merit was a tough call, all the nominations had their merits and were all deserving of the award.  However, as they say in the movies there can be only one. Therefore my choice for the Unit of Merit this month is the USS Majestic in TG72-C. Captain Saulitis and her crew have had an amazing month; turning out a high number of posts and producing a very well written storyline.  The Majestic continues to be a powerhouse in the Task Force and in the Fleet. Great job to all of the members of the Majestic.

In Closing

Well a short report this month, here’s to another great month which I do realize is half over by the time this report gets out.  But at least it is out. Have a great month, and hopefully I will be a bit more on time next month.

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