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The Command Team
Commanding OfficerCAPT Anni 'Zig Potts
To contact the commanding officer, please eMail co at space-station-centaur.org.uk.
joined my first Trek club in 2012 having been nagged into it by a friend in the
States. I had no idea what lay ahead of me: how many people I would
meet and new friends that I would make. It's been wonderful!"
First OfficerCMDR Colin Barrow
going to Destination Star Trek London in October 2012, I decided to
join a Trek club. I got to meet new people and make
new friends, attend events like The Starbase 24 Banquet, where I met like minded people and made even more friends."
Second OfficerLCDR Erika Stroem
joined a Trek club in 2015. Initially I won a year’s subscription in a
raffle, but as I enjoyed myself so much and made lots of new friend, I
am now on my third year. We even meet up at conventions
around the country and have a fantastic time. I love it!"
The Senior TeamThis
consists of the Command Team plus up to two other members of the
chapter who are department heads. The Senior Team discusses all
non-sensitive matters relating to the chapter and helps decide such
things as what merchandise to offer the crew and which events would be
good to recommend etc. The two heads currently are:
Head of Research & DevelopmentCAPT Tony Burr
tru, in an attempt to bring the understanding and technology of the
Romulan Artificial Gravity Well to the Federation, I have accepted a
transfer to the Command Team and accepted the assignment of Head of Research and Development on the Centaur."
QuartermasterLTJG Tarin Teague
20th century attire for your next temporal away mission? Found that
your shuttle is running low on its ration supply? Or is your phaser
malfunctioning and needing replacement? Whatever supplies you need,
come see me. I am often found in one of the cargo bays but I can be
anywhere in the ship as resources are needed in every department and
I'm in charge of allocation. I also have a knack for holo-technology
and can assist with product testing when needed. Oh, and I like cats."
Messages from some of the crew ...
Head of CommsCPO Holly Bowler
Holly is responsible for our fantastic newsletter which can be found in the LIBRARY.
"In August 2017, I transferred to Centaur to join an
amazing crew on what quickly became the Space Station Centaur. We meet
a lot in our own Facebook groups, chat, role-play, talk about science
and geeky stuff … I absolutely love it. And I’m really enjoying being
Head of Comms and doing the quarterly newsletter, which brings out my
Head NurseLCDR Sarahleigh MacKenizie Richardson (aka Leigh-Ann Tomas)
SS Centaur welcomes Sarahleigh as our Head Nurse.
All staff must submit to a full physical so if you haven't done so
already, please report to Sarahleigh in the sickbay ASAP!"
TacticalCRMN Emma Filtness
name is Emma and I make a great cuppa. I am half Vulcan, half Betazoid
which can cause a lot of issues as you can imagine. I recently
transferred in order to
embark on this new adventure. I run the Tactical department so if you
ever feelthe urge, I more than welcome visitors, it can get a bit
lonely in the Tactical bay."
Some reflections from the crew ...... on how we arrived on the Centaur, what we like about it so far, and what hopes we have for our future ...
are many nations of this world but at this time, I find the most
wonderful nation is the imagination, there you can escape into a world
and or a time of your choosing, where you can be anything and anyone
you want to be, away from the world of today where nations are bitching
and warring with each other. It's nice to escape to a world where such
things don't exist.
be honest, most of my experiences of [organisation name removed for
reasons of diplomacy] were crappy, so when the Captain invited me to
the Centaur I was a bit unsure, but I have spoken with Captain in the
past and known her to be kind, cheery and of good heart so I decided I
should give Captain, her station and her crew a shot so here I am. So
far I am happy to report my experiences on the Centaur have been
wonderful, and I love the company too. I hope we can all become good
friends and that friendship will last the longest time, not just in our
imaginary/real world on the station but in our real world off the
asked in the woman's expat group is anyone else liked Star Trek and
next thing you know my shuttle is docked at the station!"
the Star Trek community after a lifetime following the series on the
TV. My interest is in understanding and applying the fictional Romulan
Artificial Gravity Well through the abstract math of magic square
constant sharing. Looking forward to making a concerted effort to
complete experiments and prototype during my secondment."
"I'll do this in Rhyme, It won't take longBut I want to feel like I belong.To prance about like a ten-year-old,To roleplay in the stories I'm told.To be in a place, Where fun never endsAnd to also be with likeminded friends.Roddenberry's dream ... he said to explore,I'm sure this will happenabord the Centaur.
is a special bond with the right crew that we all feel when we watch
Star Trek. We see it in the characters, no matter their differences ...
like Spock and McCoy who are such opposites but have one of the closest
bonds in all of the stories. It's nice to know we're all here for each
other. I see the creativity and goodnatured spirit of our crew
and I can see it overflowing into our real world as well as the world
of imagination we create. We are a beacon for creative minds,
inquisitive minds, and most of all diversity and acceptance. That is
what the Centaur is for me.‟
I like spaceships.
"The general ethos of this space station is fun."