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3 August 2016

Dismissal

Ladies & Gentlemen,

I address you with the unwavering resolve, as well as the full authority, of my position as Commander, STARFLEET. Due to recent events, as well as the performance of other assigned duties, including complaints from members, I have come to the decision, effective immediately, to dismiss a member of the Executive Committee. I will not comment on specific details, as there may be a referral to the office of the Inspector General, for an investigation.

Admiral Robert Westfall, you are hereby requested and required to stand down as both Chief of Operations and Secondary Membership Processing Administrator. Within the next 48 hours, you are further ordered to relinquish all documents, data, access codes/passwords pertaining to
Operations to your Vice Chief, Admiral Jonathan Simmons. You are further ordered to relinquish all documents, data, access codes/passwords, materials, equipment, and supplies pertaining to Membership Processing to Primary Membership Processing Administrator First Lieutenant William Bartholomew.

Admiral Simmons, you are ordered to coordinate this transition with Admiral Westfall, in order to assume your new role as Acting Chief of Operations, until a replacement can be confirmed, by the Admiralty Board, to serve out the remainder of this term.

First Lieutenant William Bartholomew, you are ordered to coordinate this transition with Admiral Westfall, in order to assume all of the responsibilities of Membership Processing.

Thank you for your attention,

ADM Robin Woodell-Vitasek
Commander, STARFLEET
cs@sfi.org


1 May 2016

CQ #185 now available!

CQ 185 (October – December 2015) is now available for download from the database at http://db.sfi.org. We are finally out of 2015 and only one edition behind.


Commodore Matthew Miller

Chief, STARFLEET Communications (www.sfi.org)

STARFLEET: The International Star Trek Fan Association, Inc.
1-888-SFI-TREK (888-734-8735) Ext: 704

comms@sfi.org


18 April 2016

The passing of FADM Killough – A tragic loss to STARFLEET

From STARFLEET Chief of Operations Robert Westfall:

“It is with the saddest of hearts that I must announce that Fleet Admiral Wayne Killough died late Saturday night due to complications from a recent out-patient surgery.

Wayne served STARFLEET with honor and dedication in every position he held, including its highest offices. Like all of us, he had his flaws, but when it came to STARFLEET he always did what he thought was in the best interests of the Fleet, and his passing is a great loss to every member of this organization.

Regardless of what you thought of Wayne, STARFLEET has always prided itself on being a family and Wayne truly believed this. So I ask all of you to join the rest of Wayne’s family in mourning the man who left a mark on not just this organization but all of us.

I have proposed to the ECAB that STARFLEET suspend all non-essential operations until Wednesday, 20 April 2016, and ask that all members join us in this period of mourning for our organization and family.

At this time, no arrangements for services have been made, but information will be posted as it becomes available.

In Service,
Admiral Robert Westfall
Acting Commander, STARFLEET”


7 April 2016

Appointment of Region 11 Regional Coordinator

To: Donna Reid & the Eleventh Fleet

From: STARFLEET Headquarters – Office of the Commander, STARFLEET

Re: Appointment of Region 11 Regional Coordinator

I have received word from the Inspector General that, in the matter of the Region 11 Regional Coordinator Election, Brigadier General Donna Reid has received a majority of the nominations cast and has met the eligibility requirements to serve as the Regional Coordinator.

Here is the official verbiage from the Inspector General:

“It is my duty to announce that the Region 11 Coordinator election has concluded, with BGN Donna Reid, based on the polling of the chapters of Region 11, wining in the nomination phase. She is hereby immediately ordered to take command of Starbase 11 and the 11th Fleet. BGN Reid shall serve a two year term. May God have mercy on her soul.”

So, in accordance with STARFLEET rules, Brigadier General Donna Reid is hereby recognized as the winner of said election and is appointed to the position of Regional Coordinator of Region 11.

Brigadier General Reid, you are directed to proceed forthwith and to begin transition activities with Fleet Captain David Hines to assume the command of Starbase 11 and the Eleventh Fleet. Also, the USS Genesis shall be authorized to serve as the Flagship of Region 11 immediately.

Fleet Captain Hines, I would like to thank you for your dedication and service to Region 11 and to STARFLEET.

Brigadier General Reid, I look forward to your participation on the Admiralty Board as the representative of STARFLEET Region 11.

Congratulations and best wishes for your future success!

In Service,

Wayne

Fleet Admiral Wayne Lee “Hunter” Killough, Jr., SFMD
Commander, STARFLEET
Toll Free: 1-888-SFI-TREK (734-8735) ext. 701
cs@sfi.org


10 December 2015

25% off Premium Memberships at TrekDating.com!

Do you have a passion for space ships, Starfleet Command and speaking Klingon…you are not alone! However, finding like-minded people who as fanatical about Star Trek and sci-fi as you are can often be a challenge. But don’t worry…now you can beam aboard to TrekDating.com which is a popular niche online dating website made especially for Trekkie fans.

Science Fiction is gripping the world once again and it is an exciting time for most science fiction fans with the new Star Wars and Star Trek films due for release shortly. Niche dating sites like Trekdating.com are seeing Trekkies logging in from all over the globe and the sites popularity is ever increasing.

“Meeting your perfect love match can be really hard especially when you are looking for someone who shares similar interests as you.” said Laurence Atkinson, Engineer of Trekdating.com. “A Star Trek themed dating website was originally set up as a bit of fun and we never expected it to grow into such a success! A couple of fans even thought that Trekdating.com was a hoax until they were brave enough to try it and now they can’t get enough!”

“We are true fans and we actually love the movies and the show.” explains Laurence. “We’ve made the site so that Trekkies can connect with others worldwide and we have noticed many fans spending hours talking about their favorite moments in Trek history”.

When you join Trekdating.com, you are able to do all of the same things that are done on most dating sites: uploading pictures, a personal bio and searching with more variables than the U.S.S. Enterprise’s science station! Unlike the Star Trek film: The Search for Spock, searching for your ideal date is only a click away and you won’t have travel as far as Vulcan!

Fans who are flocking to the site have been uploading pictures of themselves dressed in full Starfleet uniforms and perhaps one of the reasons Trekkies are taking to the site is because it’s a safe environment to share their passion for the franchise!

As Mr Spock would say if you are a Star Trek fan and looking for your perfect match then joining Trekdating.com is the only logical course of action.