It was a busy week for our LDM cadets and volunteers. The Prometheus Squad flew their Round 3 mission Thursday evening. The Kraken Squad flew theirs Saturday morning. Today's Troubadour highlights the Prometheus Squadron.
The Prometheus Squad Rocks the House!
Prometheus Squad squared off against our award winning control room team Thursday evening in a battle of wits and strategy. No one said Round Three of this year's LDM would be easy. Prometheus learned that the hard way.
James L., was the designated captain for this Round. He had good command of the bridge and the ear of his crew. Here they're seen reviewing their stations before James issued the "Let's Go!" command to start the Round.
A great deal of time was spent in red light. Red Alerts are the norm for Round 3. Its just one thing after another as each of our squadrons do their best to keep the Romulans from crossing that "line in the sand" and penetrating deeper into Federation space.
It appears Harrison found and captured a few undesirables inside the ship. He thoroughly interrogated them, leaving no stone unturned in his quest for the truth.
Captain James accidentally (and at the same time unwittingly heroic) found himself at the wrong place at the wrong time. His body shielded a fellow crewman from a Romulan phaser blast. He took the blast. His temporary loss could have doomed the Prometheus Squad had it not been for the quick thinking of First Officer Andrew in assuming command, and the unflinching steel of the squadron.
Magellan Medic Emily Paxman was summoned to treat the captain. With her bag of potions and charms, she quickly revived the captain and put him back to work (although his ability to speak was compromised for a short time - an aftereffect of her herbal magic I'm told).
The crew carried on despite a few setbacks.
The final cheer at the end of the debriefing was in my honor. I think it was Prometheus Coach Bradyn Lystrup's idea. Perhaps his failed attempt to 'suck up' to get a better score. Regardless of the coach's intent, the squad gave it up in true Prometheus style.
Yes, they rocked the house with their final cheer, and another squad puts Round Three to rest.
Meet our Two Newest Farpoint Voyager Cadets
Nicole S., attends American Fork Junior High. She observed the Magellan and Odyssey
Brenner F., attends Pleasant Grove Junior High. He observed the Galileo and Odyssey.
On behalf of all 100 plus members of our Farpoint Voyager Club, I'd like to welcome Nicole and Brenner to our group of happy space wanderers. Please take a moment to introduce yourself to them when you see then next at the Space Center or a club meeting.
Who does James Porter, Director of the Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center, call when he has a bug problem? He picks up the phone and calls Matt Long Exterminator Inc.
Here you see Jon Parker, Asst. Director of the Space Center, explaining the bug problem to Matt Long. The smile on Matt's face shows a complete understand the of the problem. His hand on the mouse indicates a solution is quick at hand. The smile on Jon's face shows satisfaction for a job well done.
Let this be a recommendation to you Troubadours everywhere. If you're plagued by bugs, call Matt Long Exterminators and your bug problem will soon be a lost memory.
From Disney's Park Blog