Adventures with the USS Appomattox

I met up with the USS Appomattox in Region 1 at the tail end of July. while in Lynchburg, VA where I was billeted by Vice Admiral Grunwell and Commander Wray. They were very accommodating and took me out to the Monument Terrace a place dedicated to the service and sacrifice of veterans in the local area. (I’m seeing a trend here in my visits 😁😁).


The First World War Statue is magnificent.

Afterwards, I met my first Petfleet Member and I have to say I love Ginger Sprouse I want to meet more pets.

Following my adventure with Admiral Grunwell, I visited Marine Captain Kimberly Landen, in Chesapeake Virginnia 157th MSG 1st BDE, and encountered a mysterious doll belonging to the Captain.

Who knows where I’ll end up next.

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Lt Commander AnnaZey thas-Nan

Memorial Day with the USS Missouri

It’s rare for my sister and I to travel together, so when we joined Admiral James Herring, it was to mark a solemn day in the United States dedicated to honouring the service and sacrifice of US Service Personnel during the war of 1914-1918.

 

On Memorial Day, May 25th, 2020, in the early hours of the day, myself, Cmdr. Erwin Bear of the USS Missouri, along with LTCMDR AnnaZey thas-Nan and LTCMDR MistHrey ses-Var of the officer exchange program from the USS Animus, visited the World War 1 Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri. There is an honor brick there that STARFLEET has honoring all World War 1 veterans.

Though a bit windy, and the inside museum was closed, we walked around the outside. From the overlook you can see historic Union Station and the downtown.

It was a nice time to visit.

Both officers from the USS Animus and Cmdr. Bear of the USS Missouri, will be travelling to another ship and continue the officer exchange program.

 

I wonder if we’ll travel with Commander Bear, he was quite pleasant and very charming.

 

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Lt Commander AnnaZey thas-Nan