We Remember the Scorpio Squadron.
Lost in Action
Starfleet lost another squadron of its finest yesterday while doing battle with the despicable Dominion and their minions. The Project Voyager's Team Scorpio boarded the USS Magellan at the Christa McAluliffe Space Education Center in Pleasant Grove to hunt down the terrorists responsible for the destruction of several starships and two starbases. Knowing the odds were against them, and remembering the four other missing and presumed dead Long Duration Mission squadrons who went before, Team Scorpio bravely donned their uniforms, bid their loved ones fond farewells with hugs and kisses, and boarded the Magellan for a rendezvous with fate.
Gone are Captain Zach, First Officer Megan, Sensors Officer Cooper, Communications Officer Jessa, Tactical Officer Dalton, Engineer Abby, Damage Control Officer Nate, and Security Officer Brooke.
|The Scorpio Squadron in January 2016.|
The Last Broadcast From the Scorpio Squadron
Only the most senior of the original Space Center staff and volunteers remember the Space Center's first logo. You can still see it painted above the Voyager's outside door next to Central School's exterior gym door. It was also painted on either side of the USS Voyager's bridge tactical screen, then hidden when I had the two large Federation signs made (look at The Troubadour's title picture at the top of the screen). I paid an artist good money to create that first logo but never liked it. Because of the money spent, I felt I had to use it until I designed a new logo which the Space Center uses today.
This week Space Center volunteer Mason took that original logo and reimagined it into what you see above. What do you think? I like it.
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