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  • Chief Petty Officer Audie Mjolnir, United States Navy
    • Medic, SG-1
    • P2B-119
  • March 13th, 2011
    • February 26th, 2024

"Yes, Chief, this is my first trip offworld. Heck, this is my first trip to the SGC." Arthur grinned. "Well, into the SGC, past the little visitors museum. The trip, through the gate... was wild, kinda like a roller coaster." He paused, and glanced about. "Was wondering, if I could maybe interview you?"

Audie was torn at the request. If she turned him down, he might see it as admitting guilt of some sort, not that there was any reason to feel that way. But if she said yes... well, did she really want him prying into her, and by proxy, Asid's, life?

"I guess it would be all right," she finally allowed. After all, she could hedge, or decline to answer anything that was too personal.


  • Major Nolan Etearna, United States Air Force
    • Acting Commanding Officer, Stargate Command Special Operations Detachment
    • Commanding Officer, SG-3
    • P2B-119
  • Corporal Dolly Kenton, United States Army (PCNPC)
    • Team Member, SG-3
    • P2B-119
  • March 13th, 2011
    • February 26th, 2024

"There's a village about two clicks from the gate, we'll head there first. We'll talk to the locals and see if they know anything. If not, or they're uncooperative will regroup and plan our next move. Probably either an aerial such by Jumper or just have the SGC send through a UAV and see if there's anything in the immediate are. Sound good?"

Nolan glanced up at the forested hills around them, then at the lake, then back to Jones. "SG-3 can move on ahead as a scout force, Sir." He spoke to her, frowning minutely. "Cover you from the trees--hill-nestled village, won't be difficult--and you can call us down if things are clear, if they aren't and you're in danger we're here to keep you safe..."

Nolan glanced at Miller, who didn't seem to be able to stop looking at his Commanding Officer. "Doin' alright there, Sergeant?" He asked, rubbing his neck a bit before cracking it.

Dolly Kenton

Dolly frowned at Malone's coldness, so like the loyal pup she was sauntered back to Nolan's side. Looked almost like a temperate zone--who would've guessed?

The girl simply hummed a bit, kicking at a small rock idly, while the higher-ups did whatever it was they did. Likely talking.


Sam was getting ready in the locker room, watching all that was going on around her. She had been concentrating on getting the General 100% that her SG-2 duties had fallen to 2nd place in her priority list. She saw the concern on the Chief’s face. Although Sam wasn’t a big fan of combat, she felt an obligation to keep an eye on Asid. After the other teams had left, Sam moved over to him. “Don’t worry Asid. I’m sure the moment we go though that gate it will all come back to you.” She said, trying to reassure him.

Armory

Sam picked up the Zat that she would always carry. She believed that if she needed to defend her self she would rather do it with as little damage to the enemy as possible. She was a Doctor after all and it kind of went against the Hippocratic Oath to harm someone. But then she did something that surprised everyone, she picked up an MP5. Inserting the magazine, she cocked it (aiming at the floor) and checked the safety was on before bringing it up to check the sight. She smiled at the shocked onlookers. Although she didn’t like using them, she had been given training in their use. As she was told, “It’s better to know have to use them and have to instead of needing to use them and not know how.” Although she was a little rusty, she felt she could handle it. She moved over to her CO. “Sir, don’t worry about the General. I’ll keep an eye on him.” She smiled.


He wasn't sure what to expect, not having much experience with away missions. The current mission seemed like a fairly straight forward recon, but he knew that the most innocent appearing missions didn't always turn out that way.

First on the list was to grab his gear. In addition to a standard tool-kit, he grabbed a few other items that were not a part of the standard mechanics kit. These tools were designed to interface with the control crystals that so many races seemed fond of using.

Next stop was the armory where he was issued an M-4 Carbine and a Zat. He watched in interest as the medical officer for SG-2 picked up an MP5, but wasn't as shocked as some of the others. His brother was serving as a PJ with the Air Force and often carried offensive weapons with him. His job often required him to perform combat search and rescue in areas where a red cross would mean little to those on the other side of the conflict. William assumed the same held true for off-world missions.


Asid paused, hefting his MP5, as he glanced towards the gateroom. "So, uh, Major McCallister? Can I get a moment?"

Arthur Malone

Arthur leveled his camera, giving Audie a small smile, and a mouthed 'thank you', before clearing his throat.

"Chief Mjolnir, I was wondering if you wouldn't mind telling me about yourself."

He glanced around, momentarily, just to make sure they weren't in trouble, before turning back to the Chief.


“Sir, don’t worry about the General. I’ll keep an eye on him.”
"Tis appreciated, Doctor. I'll help where I can too, just the way I am." Jason said to Sam in an appreciative tone with a brief smile. It was at that moment as he looked around the Armory that basically 3 of 5 people on SG-2 were female. Interesting...

He finalized the items in his backpack, strapping it to his shoulders. He stuck with his usual weapons of choice for the most part: a Zat and 9MM pistol in each of his leg pockets, some grenades and C4 on his vest, and an M16.

Gate Room

As they 'marched' towards the Gate Room with SG-2 in the lead, Jason heard a familiar voice speak up.

"So, uh, Major McCallister? Can I get a moment?"

Jason turned his head towards Asid as they came to a halt, waiting for clearance to depart and for the Stargate to be activated. "Sure, sir." He knew it would sound weird for a supposedly higher ranking officer to be calling Asid 'sir', but it was automatic habit, and was done out of respect despite the situation the General was coping with. He wondered just what it was Asid had to say, as they had seldom spoken outside of briefings before.


James entered the armory, quickly receiving a P90, a Zat and a Glock. Unlike SG-2's medical officer he didn't care about harming people, as long as they weren't his patients. Well, he did have a problem with it, but he would not hesitate to kill to defend himself. And if he was going to go down, he would take as many of his killers along. James dismissed the thought, grabbing some spare clips for his weapons. Turning to William, he nodded politely.


  • Chief Petty Officer Audie Mjolnir, United States Navy
    • Medic, SG-1
    • P2B-119
  • March 15th, 2011
    • February 26th, 2024

"Chief Mjolnir, I was wondering if you wouldn't mind telling me about yourself." He glanced around, momentarily, just to make sure they weren't in trouble, before turning back to the Chief.

"Oh, um..." Audie blinked rapidly... she hadn't expected cameras. "My name is Audie... I'm a Chief Petty Officer in the Navy." She shrugged. "I'm from Montana, I've been with SG1 as a medic for a while now, and I really like it." Well, that was pretty lame, but at least she hadn't lied.


Asid narrowed his eyes, watching the gate dial up, trying to resist the urge to act confused, at being 'sirred' by so many officers. "I was wondering," He intoned softly, as he leaned towards the man, so that A: He didn't have to shout, and B: Not too many people heard him. "What exactly my, um..." He paused, glancing sideways, looking for a word, snapping his fingers softly. "Ummm...mmm..." He paused, and shook his head. "What exactly, was I like with you guys? Just so... I know what to expect?" He watched as a Doctor sped out of the armory, glancing momentarily towards him. ~Why's everyone looking at me like I'm weird or fragile?~

Arthur Malone

Arthur gave Audie a pained smile. ~Not much to work with, but... alright.~ He wiped the smile off his face, glancing around, to make sure that nothing new was happening. "So, Chief, what do you think of your team mates and commanders?"


  • Chief Petty Officer Audie Mjolnir, United States Navy
    • Medic, SG-1
    • P2B-119
  • March 16th, 2011
    • February 26th, 2024

Arthur gave Audie a pained smile. ~Not much to work with, but... alright.~ He wiped the smile off his face, glancing around, to make sure that nothing new was happening. "So, Chief, what do you think of your team mates and commanders?"

"Oh, they're great!" Audie brightened some, and actually smiled. "Even though we all come from different countries, backgrounds and disciplines. The teams are pretty carefully matched and we train a lot, so that we know all our quirks and stuff. I trust them all." Not that things always turned out well.


They were all present... more or less. All of SG-4 was accounted for and SG-2 was now arriving. Behind David the Gate was dialing up, the 'Chevron Encoded' nonsense fading in to the background.

When the final chevron locked and the Gate opened, both teams were quickly given the go ahead to go through. "Alright guys, let's move out." David said.

He approached the Stargate, raised his P-90 and stepped through, followed by his XO, and the rest of his team. Once on the other side David walked down the four stone steps leading down to the ground. "Fan out a little, check the nearby treeline for signs of civilization... anything while we wait for SG-2." David said.


  • Staff Sergeant James Rehnold, United States Air Force
    • Medic, SG-4
    • P2B-120
  • March 16th, 2011
    • February 16th, 2024

James stared at the sky for a moment, savoring the moment. His first time off-world. Who would've thought of that. An alien planet, ready to be explored. He slowly walked down the stone steps, looking back at the Stargate. A few years back, the concept of traveling hundreds of light-years in a few seconds would have seemed ridiculous to him. And there he was now... A voice disrupted his thoughts.

"Fan out a little, check the nearby treeline for signs of civilization... anything while we wait for SG-2."

He kept looking at the gate, but after a few seconds he nodded at his CO, walking towards the treeline to the left of the team. Trying not to be distracted by the alien surroundings, he focused on the trees ahead.


As the final chevron locked in to place, William stepped through the Stargate along with the rest of the team. He had been through a Stargate maybe a half-dozen times in his career, but the process didn't really cause him concern. As an engineer he longed to better understand how the gate worked, but he also realized that the odds of an accident with the Stargate were very slim.

"Fan out a little, check the nearby treeline for signs of civilization... anything while we wait for SG-2."
William slowly moved forward looking for any signs of machinery. There didn't appear to be any tire tracks other than that of the MALP sitting next to the DHD. He knew though, that it could just mean whatever people possibly lived on the planet didn't use the Stargate.


  • Lieutenant Colonel Emily Jones, Royal Marines
    • Commanding Officer, SG-1
    • P2B-119
  • March 17th, 2011
    • February 26th, 2024

SG-1 and 3 began the trek towards the village. They'd decided to stay together but when they got to the city SG-3 would break off and take up defensive positions around the village. Jones had stayed at the front of the group and so far been able to avoid the reporter. The path became more and more worn as they neared the village. Soon the sounds of the settlement could be heard. As they came up on the clift Jones was impressed, and village wasn't really the right word.

The settlement was industrialized. Probably similar to Earth about 150 years ago. Cobblestone roads formed a militaristic grid, no major green space was visible and dark smoke rose from several large factory style buildings on the far side. On the close side to them were houses, they seemed to be on larger lots and probably the predecessor to suburbs.

"Well, let's go chat up the locals," She said.


"What exactly, was I like with you guys? Just so... I know what to expect?"

Jason began to take a few steps towards the ramp of the Stargate as he replied to Asid. "As a leader, you are very calm and collected, you got/had that rock steady attitude aided by your experience which people often look for. Admittedly, I'm one of the newer folks around here and didn't know you that well as a leader, but I know the others that have been here much longer would surely agree. I'm certain these leadership qualities will gradually surface as you regain more confidence and memories." Jason replied. May as well speak in the present and the past, for what Asid technically was still remained, he just had to take a lot time adjusting. Waving to his team briefly with a right hand, he walked through the Stargate, bracing himself for the coldness, which he could luckily deal with.

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Mission #18: "Worlds Apart"
Chapter #1: "Teaming Up" | Chapter #2: "New Faces" | Chapter #3: "Embarking" | Chapter #4: "To the Owner of the Green Sedan..." | Chapter #5: "Walk on the Wild Side" | Chapter #6: "It's a Whole New World" | Chapter #7: "Big Problems" | Chapter #8: "A Friend in Need" | Chapter #9: "Bodies" | Chapter #10: "Anyone Call A Cab?" | Chapter #11: "Home Sweet Home" | Chapter #12: "...And they're arguing. Lovely."
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