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Francis Drake Citation

Awarded for outstanding ship-to-ship maneuvers and combat skills against the odds. Named after Sir. Francis Drake, English explorer, navigator, turned pirate. This award is in recognition for the 1855 defeat of the Spanish Armada. Drake was vice admiral in command of the English fleet (under Lord Howard of Effingham) when it overcame the Spanish Armada that was attempting to invade England in 1588. As the English fleet pursued the Armada up the English Channel in closing darkness, Drake broke off and captured the Spanish galleon Rosario, along with Admiral Pedro de Vald├ęs and all his crew.

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Category: In character
Awarded: 2 times

Lieutenant Commander Sonak
Sun Feb 24th, 2019 @ 11:52pm
''Since we are entering a potential battlezone, I can dedicate lateral sensors to supplement tactical ones; and I will program transporters to selective beaming of identified weapons, weapon energy sources an harmful substances so that any safe orthesis or prostesis will be left out.''

Translation: Beam onto the bridge of the Hera in a battle, be prepared to get bounced back where you came from, buck naked. He will do you the kindness of leaving the fillings in your teeth, however. Because Sonak isn't cruel... just efficient.
Captain Enalia Telvan
Sat Nov 17th, 2018 @ 1:46pm
For the successful deployment of piratical tactics against Hera's forces in space combat.