Welcome to the USS Horizon

Let me be the first to welcome you aboard the USS Horizon. I am Captain K'Tyra Parker, the Commanding Officer of this vessel, And I hope that you decide to embark on a career with us as we look forever toward the next horizon.

It is my intention to guide the Horizon on her journey through the stars forever keeping in mind the principles on which the Federation were founded. I hope to explore the unknown with an open mind, deal with the challenges thrown our way with equal parts compassion, equality, and firmness to see us through tough times and make our missions a success. I sincerely hope that you will join me and the rest of the crew in this endeavor, and add your voice to chorus as we boldly go, always seeking the future just over that next rise...

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Latest News Items

» Disregard Last Communiqué

Posted on Sun Oct 26th, 2014 @ 1:00pm by Captain K'Tyra Parker in General News

Hey Everyone,

Please disregard the last communiqué I sent before, I was in a bad mood last night, therefore there were some miscommunicated words between me and Bravo Fleet's CO's concerning my status of command onship.

The fact is, I'm back in command of the Horizon now, they are not going to remove me from command as long as we can show that we're not inactive.

Anyways, Now that that's out of the way, Let's continue on where we left off, Shall we?

That is all.

Captain K'Tyra Parker
Commanding Officer
USS Horizon, NCC 74661
TTaskforce 38, Task Group Operations
Bravo Fleet


Latest Mission Posts

» Hit And Miss

Mission: Conflictive Concerns
Posted on Mon Nov 3rd, 2014 @ 9:11am by Captain K'Tyra Parker & Commander Katherine Sheridan & Lieutenant Albert Greensford & Lieutenant Nathaniel Quinn & Lieutenant Horatius Scipio & Lieutenant JG Carmen Rodriguez & Lieutenant JG Y'Cari Doral & Ensign Echo Guevera & Lieutenant Steve Frest

BRIDGE

K'Tyra had just walked out of the turbolift after its arrival to the bridge; As she'd done so many times before since she'd taken command. K'Tyra was already getting used to being in command now; Although, There were quite a few times where she'd missed being in command of…


» Reporting for Duty

Mission: Conflictive Concerns
Posted on Thu Oct 16th, 2014 @ 8:16am by Captain K'Tyra Parker & Major Brenda Sinclair

ON

Stepping onto the Main Bridge, Brenda still felt self-conscious. It was such a small thing, the insignia on her collar, but the difference was staggering. She hadn't felt this ill-at-ease since taking on her first assignment, heading up a Platoon as part of the 80th Regiment.

Still, Marines were…


» Settling In

Mission: Conflictive Concerns
Posted on Mon Sep 29th, 2014 @ 2:10pm by Major Brenda Sinclair

ON

The bag landed on the bed, crumpling the previously pristine covers. A side pocket was slowly un-zipped, allowing Brenda to reach in, pulling out the thick case. Inside it was a holophoto. The horse, as pure white as rdriven snow, had her front hooves reacher over a gate. Sat…


» A non-propulsion warp core alienment check.

Mission: Conflictive Concerns
Posted on Thu Sep 25th, 2014 @ 9:52pm by Ensign Effy Craig & Lieutenant Steve Frest

The Chief Engineer went to the holodeck from main engineering.

After entering the holodeck, Lieutenant Steve Frest stated, "Computer, show the main engineering room. Now, show me the reaction core functioning with the impulse engines and give a read-out of the non-propulsion demographics to the core."

Lieutenant Frest walked to…


Latest Personal Logs

» Never getting too old

Posted on Wed Jun 25th, 2014 @ 11:10am by Lieutenant Nathaniel Quinn

In the latter portion of the twentieth century, there were a series of entertainment mediums entitled "Lethal Weapon," that followed a pair of law enforcement officers through numerous adventures that required a suspension of belief by the observer. The older of the two law enforcement officers had a "catch phrase,"…


» Inital Warp Core Review

Posted on Fri Mar 21st, 2014 @ 10:08am by Lieutenant Steve Frest

Chief Engineers Log: Ensign Steve Frest reports: While looking over the warp core propulsion system the matter and antimatter injectors both are in good order. Making sure the outer thermal blanket of the warp core is in good condition. Checking to make sure the energy flow of the warp drive…


» Captain's Log, Stardate 64878.19

Posted on Sun Nov 17th, 2013 @ 11:04am by Captain K'Tyra Parker

Captain's Log: Supplimental

The crew of the USS Horizon have performed well- As I know they should. I want the record to show that they have done exactly as any Captain would have asked, They've all been supportive of each other, and of me.

True, I myself, Have been rather…