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Welcome to the USS Agamemnon, Located at the top of the ship on
deck 1, the bridge is the control center for the entire ship. All primary
operations and command decisions are made on the bridge.
To access information on any area of the bridge or
to access other information please click on the bridge station name below.
The bridge is typically staffed with several officers around the clock
to ensure that the ship is functioning properly.
The bridge of the Agamamnon was designed to provide maximum efficiency
in design. It is accessable by four turbolifts on the port
and starboard forward and aft sections. Also accessable from
the bridge is the Admiral's Ready room, Executive Officer's Ready room,
and the Briefing Room.
CO'S READY ROOM
GO TO THE TRANSPORTER
Located in the center of the bridge is the command section, which normaly
provides seating for Admiral Coast-Endas. On the left is seating for the
Executive Officer Commander Lancashire, and on the right is seating for
the Tactial Operations Officer, Lieutenant Commander Mann.
Directly in front of the command area is the conn and operations
station. The conn station (shown on the right) is directly responsible
for the navigation and control of the ship.
The Operations station is directly to the left of the Conn station.
The operations manager's job is to coordinate shipboard activities such
as sensor allocation, communications, power distribution and management,
computer access and away team duties. The operations manager is also
in charge of coordinating launching and dockings of auxiliary spacecraft.
Both the Conn and Ops positions are manned at all times.
Located behind and slightly to the side the command area are two additional
primary stations, tactical, located on the left side, and security operations,
located on the right side. The tactical officer is responsible for maintaining
the defensive systems of the Agamemnon. He or she is able to directly
control shields, phasers, torpedoes, and other defensive systems.
While not always manned at all times, the security operations station is
used to control security unit aboard the ship or on an away team.
The Security Operations station can be easily configured for other
purposes such as mission operations. It can be used to moniter current
mission status, objectives, communications, and away teams.
SCIENCE STATIONS MISSION
Along the outer perimeter of the bridge are more bridge stations.
Along the left side are the science stations. These stations
have direct control to ships sensors as well as access to the computer
systems on board. The role of the bridge science officers is to also
help coordinate onboard science personnel and operations. Also along
this side are 2 extra mission operations stations that can be set up for
a variety of mission profiles along with cloak control.
Directly opposite of the science stations are the engineering stations.
These stations allow personnel to moniter virtually all engineering functions
within the ship; including warp and impulse output, matter/antimatter injectors,
power distribution, and subpace field geometry. The station is also
used to help coordinate damage control teams and environmental support.
Located at the very front of the bridge is the main holographic viewscreen.
At the Captain's command, the viewscreen can be activated as used for a
number of functions, such as montering visual objects, displaying information,
or its primary purpose of communication with other individuals.
CLICK ON YOUR COMMUNICATOR TO BEAM BACK TO THE TRANSPORTER ROOM