Operation
Sons of Perseus
Eighteen astronomically-inclined pilots, led by fleet admiral Skunk, prepared to race the moon in order to see the Sons of Perseus from the cover of total darkness.

At the fort, there were many food molecules to be had; donuts provided by gool ol' food wrangler Taco, dumpster produce & bagels provided by one of the new baby maggots, as well as mystery bacon and cookies dropped off by a civi who was passing by.

After launch, the fleet made haste down the minuteman wormhole towards the darkest location. There was no time to stop for unsavory snacks or other shenanigans - it was critical to win the race against the moon!

As we ventured deeper into the darkness, we crossed paths with many denizens of the dark, mostly floofy space bunnies. The bunnies were wary of the fleet, but hopped and watched from the edge of the darkness as the fleet passed by, entranced by our spacemoon life-support and superior groove.

After making our way precariously through the darkness and native foliage, and into the darkest location, we docked our ships and prepared for meteor sighting. Some pilots watched the sky hopefully, while others enjoyed molecules or space naps in the darkness. Many pilots joined in as the admiral closed his ears to light some candles and curse the darkness, with much success.

Only two meteors were sighted in our time there in the darkness, and admiral Skunk missed both of them! Several creative pilots helped to recreate the events for him using meteor-replicas we had on hand.

We left the darkest darkness, but before we got far some of the foliage attacked cloudbuster, knocking out life support for the fleet. After some handiwork, Dr. Claw restored life support to the fleet and we set off, back in the groove.

Admiral Skunk exclaimed that the weather was perfect for some radiation therapy, so the fleet took a side trip on the way back to the fort. It was here that we discovered one of our baby maggots was particularly adept at navigating radiation pools. We thought we may have lost her - but she was just off swimming around quietly and space-fish-like.

The trip home was made via several black holes. Whee! Back at the launch pad, we welcomed the two new baby maggots into the fleet. Mission success! And no pilots burned up - unlike the Sons of Perseus, proving emperically that SCUL pilots are tougher than meteors.
Pilot Ship Points Promotion
AceHole Temerity 216.488   Petty Officer 2nd Class
Antlers Dr. Love 0  
couscous Glittergasm 751.067   Senior Chief Petty Officer
dogi Freedom 343.928  
DrClaw Skywarp 994.389  
Fleet Admiral Skunk Cloudbuster 639.678   Admiral, Fleet Ready
Huckleberry Chastity 0   Recruit
Leotard Trinity 555.101  
Lordmcfuzz Eat My Shorts! 818.574  
Natas Abandon All Hope 461.412   Aviator
Punchy Compliance 628.726  
Red Squirrel Curb Burner 277.526  
Sewer Summer 432.168   Chief Petty Officer
Shadowcat Mousetrap 666.943   Commodore
Snow Deep Blue Dream 377.99  
Taco Ez Raider 259.326   Master Chief Petty Officer
Tanager Centvrion 0   Recruit
Tyrian Bieber Fever 276.017   Petty Officer 3rd Class
Wombat ATM Machine 465.257  
Mission Task Pilot
Airlock Shadowcat
Chalk Bag Tanager
Cleaner Snow
Compressor Wrangler Red Squirrel
ComSat Monkey Lordmcfuzz
Damage Control couscous
Deck Officer couscous
Flat Bag Antlers
Food Wrangler Taco
Medi Bag Red Squirrel
Minister of Zoobs Natas
Mission Leader Fleet Admiral Skunk
Mission Pinner Lordmcfuzz
Mission Reporter couscous
MRC Officer DrClaw
Navigator DrClaw
RadioBox A Fleet Admiral Skunk
Radiobox B Leotard
RadioBox C couscous
Radiobox D Sewer
Recycler Natas
Stellar Cartographer DrClaw
Sticker Bag couscous
Still Cam Snow
Tailgunner Punchy
Tool Bag Taco
Wookiee Bag Leotard
Division: MAD
Date: 08/12/2017
Status: Success 
Origin: Fort Tyler
Destination: Persidious Meteor Observation
Light Years: 19.7896
G-Well Activity: 2.4918
Technical Rating: 1.2266