Welcome Aboard the U.S.S. Victory!!






The U.S.S. Victory RPG is a member of Bravo Fleet's Task Force 38.

We have just completed a major overhaul, and are currently accepting applications.

The story now begins as the U.S.S. Victory prepares to return to active duty following a major refit.

We do this because we love and respect the material, and of course Star Trek as a whole. Plus we're in this for the most important part when a person role plays, the fun.

This game is rated "R", with some situations possibly boarding on "NC-17"



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Latest News Items

» Crew Awards

Posted on Mon Aug 31, 2015 @ 8:40pm by Captain Rhea Katrijn Kennit in Sim Announcement

This award is given in recognition of the efforts put forth by the entire crew of the USS Victory RPG during a time when the CO/GM was caught up in real life turmoil. In gratitude to each member of the crew, this award is given in thanks for holding down the fort and working as a team effort to keep the game moving forward.

My heartfelt appreciation and thanks to each of you.

Captain R. Katrijn Kennit
Commanding Officer
USS Victory-A


» Hoping for a healthy cub!

Posted on Wed Aug 19, 2015 @ 9:18pm by Captain Rhea Katrijn Kennit in General News

Yes yes I know this is not game related but AH WELL!!!

I adore Giant Pandas. I've been to the San Diego zoo to see Bai Yun, Gao Gao many times while living in San Diego and hope that later this summer Bai Yun will get the chance to show what an excellent Momma she is to yet another beautiful little cub.. we're still waiting to learn if Bai Yun is pregnant (Fingers Crossed!)

Earlier today however.. the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington DC posted an ultrasound photo taken today showing a tiny miracle! Mei Xiang is pregnant! There is always the chance with Giant Pandas that the cub will be still born, or else reabsorbed by her body but right now..

I'm thrilled! Got my fingers and toes too crossed hoping and praying for another beautiful, healthy and strong cub to be born sometime in the next 2 weeks! Tai Shai (Mei's first cub) was adorable. Bao Bao (Mei's second cub) is gorgeous ... and won't it be awesome to sit here watching the Panda cam and hear the first cries of a 3rd precious baby soon...

http://nationalzoo.si.edu/publications/pressmaterials/pressreleases/press-release.cfm?id=2705


» I'm tired!

Posted on Thu Jul 2, 2015 @ 9:43pm by Captain Rhea Katrijn Kennit in General News

Moving is the pits.

But it's done.

Finally!


» Welcome aboard Lt JG Halloway

Posted on Sat May 16, 2015 @ 12:08am by Captain Rhea Katrijn Kennit in Sim Announcement

Everyone please welcome the newest member of our crew, Lt JG Chris Halloway who is coming
Aboard to fill the position of Asst. Chief Engineer.

:)


Captain R. Katrijn Kennit
Commanding


» Farewell to CVN65

Posted on Mon May 4, 2015 @ 8:48pm by Captain Rhea Katrijn Kennit in General News

As you all know (or do now), I work at Newport News Shipbuilding. This video clip was released by the company to mark the move of CVN65, USS Enterprise from Pier 2 into Dry Dock 11 where her inactivation will continue.

While she doesn't have warp nacelles, she's still the Enterprise.

I thought I'd share the clip here .. you don't need to log into Facebook or 'like' the company page to view it. Or at least I was able to view the clip by clicking the link without having to sign into Facebook on my laptop and on my phone so.. *shrugs..


Anyway.. The second carrier visible as CVN65 is being lined up to enter the dry dock is CVN72, USS Abraham Lincoln which was in the dock undergoing RCOH, the ship is now tied up at the outfitting pier to continue and complete her RCOH for delivery back to the US Navy and return to active duty next year. (Yep.. next year. It takes a long time to build an aircraft carrier, and it takes a long time to refuel and overhaul one too.. :) )


CVN65 moves to Dry Dock 11



Latest Mission Posts

» Symptoms

Mission: All this has happened before...
Posted on Mon Aug 24, 2015 @ 7:55pm by Lieutenant Samantha Raylen & Lieutenant Commander Miguel Torres & Lieutenant JG Chris Halloway

LTJG Chris Halloway continued to pour over the readings from his gel packs. D9JA16 was now 5 milliseconds out of sync as well as D11JB12 and D13JB22 approaching 2.5 milliseconds out. He had double and triple checked the calibration equipment. The device LT Raylen had used turned out to have…


» Conflicted

Mission: All this has happened before...
Posted on Mon Aug 24, 2015 @ 1:58pm by Lieutenant Nicole Anderson & Lieutenant Cassandra Sanders

"And it's not that I don't feel like I have the ability to make my voice heard," Ensign Prima said, "it's just that, things are happening in Engineering and no matter what I say or do, my opinion is just ignored."

"Asserting yourself takes more than speaking loud," Cassandra said,…


» Rounded Corners

Mission: All this has happened before...
Posted on Mon Aug 24, 2015 @ 11:03am by Lieutenant Nicole Anderson & Lieutenant JG Chris Halloway

Nicole sat back in a chair, foot propped against a biobed watching Halloway put his shirt back on. She had her arms folded over her chest, still in her camouflage. "Feeling better?" she said.

“You sure know your way around a dermal regenerator. Too bad this won’t scar,” Chris replied…


» Squaring off

Mission: All this has happened before...
Posted on Mon Aug 24, 2015 @ 9:21am by Lieutenant Nicole Anderson & Lieutenant JG Chris Halloway

While Nicole was intrigued as to what her new-found associate had in store for an 'aggressive' program, her newly-found hatred of the holodeck was slowing her progress. She didn't want to be late, but she wasn't rushing to get there either. It made for an interesting display of her pace…


» A Slightly Animate Problem

Mission: All this has happened before...
Posted on Sun Aug 23, 2015 @ 6:33pm by Captain Rhea Katrijn Kennit & Commander Alec Hunter & Lieutenant Commander Miguel Torres & Lieutenant Penelope Naroot & Lieutenant AJ Taggart & Lieutenant Cassandra Sanders & Lieutenant Nicole Anderson & Lieutenant JG Christopher Evans & Lieutenant JG Yarin & Lieutenant JG Nina Blackburn

Nicole jumped through the Sickbay doors before they fully opened and sprinted into the morgue, almost colliding with Maggie at the entrance. "What's going on?"

"We registered a spike in the containment field," Maggie said. "The field held, but the interference...moved. We went to inspect the box, and the cadaver...twitched."…


Latest Personal Logs

» Captain's Log, Stardate 62541.284 Enroute to Tarambar

Posted on Sun Dec 15, 2013 @ 7:12pm by Captain Rhea Katrijn Kennit

[0914 hours, Stardate 62541.284 (Thu, 06 Dec 2384 09:14)

Captain's Log, Stardate..

The Victory is 4 hours from achieving orbit at Tarambar to pick up the Ráeru envoy, Heru Imlad and his entourage so that we may provide transportation to carry them to an agricultural colony which has suffered an…


» Solitary Confinement Stardate 62534.937 Tue, 04 Dec 2384 01:41:55 GMT

Posted on Sat Aug 17, 2013 @ 6:32pm by Lieutenant Nicole Anderson

Chief Medical Officer's Personal Log


Another late night. [sigh] and another unsuccessful experiment. My time has been spent between Sickbay, my quarters and my lab, half in an attempt to stay productive, and half to avoid certain First Officers I managed to humiliate myself in front of.

[Sigh]

So far…


» Captain's Log, Stardate 62535.937 (Tue, 04 Dec 2384 10:26 am)

Posted on Sat Aug 17, 2013 @ 5:24pm by Captain Rhea Katrijn Kennit


"Captain's Log, stardate 62535.937. It's been not quite two weeks now since the Victory crossed the border into the Khrelan Expanse. Since that time, we've been collecting a great deal of data as the ship progresses deeper into unexplored territory. A great deal of data about just how much nothing…


» Fate has an odd sense of humor

Posted on Sun Jan 8, 2012 @ 1:10am by Captain Rhea Katrijn Kennit

U.S.S. Voyager

After leaving sickbay, the Captain had a few things to attend to prior to finally going to the Bridge. With the overall situation aboard ship being calm for the moment, she retreated to her quarters where she put the medication Dr. Blaire had prescribed for her into a…


» Post-Script to Aftermath.

Posted on Fri Jan 6, 2012 @ 9:11pm by

(( Essentially concurrent with the "Aftermath" post. ))

They were on us before I saw them. I don't know if they have a way of disrupting our tricorders on an individual level the way they apparently can with starships, but there you go. I was scanning for them and somehow…