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    The Command department is ultimately responsible for the ship and its crew, and those within the department are responsible for commanding the vessel and representing the interests of Starfleet.

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    Responsible for the navigation and flight control of a vessel and its auxiliary craft, the Flight Control department includes pilots trained in both starship and auxiliary craft piloting. Note that the Flight Control department does not include Fighter pilots.

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    Starfleet Security was one of the oldest institutions with its origins dating back to Earth Starfleet, responsible for safeguarding the Federation from internal and external threats, for conducting criminal investigations, and for guarding Federation facilities.
    Starfleet Security was also the armed special forces of the fleet. Duties ranged from putting yourself between a phaser and the Commanding Officer of the ship, patrolling the ship for endless hours, and even engaging hostile threats upon uncharted planetoids.

    To be a member of Starfleet Security, one needed the ability to foresee a problem and avert it, and think on one's feet to figure out a decisive, effective solution to the situation at hand. A Security Officer had to have an understanding of the scenario and the people involved, knowing the problem s/he was dealing with inside and out. S/he needed to be prepared to use force to neutralize any and every threat, but only use it as a last resort. S/he was protective of the ship and crew, and was required to defend both to their last breath.

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    The operations department is responsible for keeping ship systems functioning properly, rerouting power, bypassing relays, and doing whatever else is necessary to keep the ship operating at peak efficiency.

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    This department was in charge of the ship's weapon systems, their calibrations and upkeep. Furthermore, the tactical officers on starships and starbases were, basically, the ones firing the weapons at the tactical station on the bridge. This role could sometimes be filled by the Chief of Security depending on the officer's experience and responsibilities on the ship.
    Tactical officers were men selected from the Academy on account of superior intelligence, reliability and mechanical knowledge. The assignment to Tacical was made with the idea that the officers should be somewhat higher in standard than other officers in regard to starship weaponry and their usage; that their knowledge of ordnance and targeting should be such that they would be able to also make repairs to the systems.

    The physical layout of the Tactical station console often described a sweeping curve affording an unobstructed view of the main viewer, and an equally clear view of the command stations on the bridge. This allowed for an uninterrupted exchange between the Tactical Officer and other bridge officers during critical operations, as well as exchanges with crew members occupying the aft stations. The duty station console lacked a seat and was therefore a standup position, deemed ergonomically necessary for efficient tactical functions.

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    The engineering department has the enormous task of keeping the ship working; they are responsible for making repairs, fixing problems, and making sure that the ship is ready for anything.

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    From sensor readings to figuring out a way to enter the strange spacial anomaly, the science department is responsible for recording data, testing new ideas out, and making discoveries.

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    The medical & counseling department is responsible for the mental and physical health of the crew, from running annual physicals to combatting a strange plague that is afflicting the crew to helping a crew member deal with the loss of a loved one.

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    The counseling department is very important on a ship the size of the Elysium.

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    The Intelligence department is responsible for gathering and providing intelligence as it becomes possible during a mission; during covert missions, the intelligence department also takes a more active role, providing the necessary classified and other information. This departmenr also includes the Strategic Defence Department

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    The diplomatic officer was a Starfleet position in use during the 24th century. The Federation Diplomatic Corps was an institution of the United Federation of Planets which was responsible for negotiating treaties with foreign states and maintaining inter-state relations and diplomacy within the Federation. The Starfleet Diplomatic Corps was a department within Starfleet's Command Division, and often the two organisations overlapped in deployment of personnel, officers and civilians alike sometimes representing both or either of the two organisations. The movement of personnel belonging to Starfleet was still governed by the Starfleet Transfer Regulations, just like any other officer. Diplomatic personnel in Starfleet (as opposed to those working for the wider Federation) were in the Command Division. The majority of diplomatic personnel were Line Officers (either graduates of the Academy, or civilian diplomats given a commission to work within Starfleet). Junior officers could be aides or junior members of a delegation. Less vital aspects of a negotiation could be handled by lower ranked diplomats, assuming it would not offend foreign parties, of course.

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    The home of our Star fighter pilots

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    Civilians play an important role in Starfleet. Many civilian specialists across a number of fields work on occasion with Starfleet personnel as a Mission Specialist. In other cases, extra ship and station duties, such as running the ship's lounge, are outsourced to a civilian contract.

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    Members of Obsidian Fleet's Task Force command and Joint Fleet Command welcome here

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    The Command department is ultimately responsible for the ship and its crew, and those within the department are responsible for commanding the vessel and representing the interests of Starfleet.

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    Responsible for the navigation and flight control of a vessel and its auxiliary craft, the Flight Control department includes pilots trained in both starship and auxiliary craft piloting. Note that the Flight Control department does not include Fighter pilots.

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    The operations department is responsible for keeping ship systems functioning properly, rerouting power, bypassing relays, and doing whatever else is necessary to keep the ship operating at peak efficiency.

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    Merging the responsibilities of ship-to-ship and personnel combat into a single department, the security & tactical department is responsible for the tactical readiness of the vessel and the security of the ship.

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    The engineering department has the enormous task of keeping the ship working; they are responsible for making repairs, fixing problems, and making sure that the ship is ready for anything.

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    From sensor readings to figuring out a way to enter the strange spacial anomaly, the science department is responsible for recording data, testing new ideas out, and making discoveries.

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    The medical & counseling department is responsible for the mental and physical health of the crew, from running annual physicals to combatting a strange plague that is afflicting the crew to helping a crew member deal with the loss of a loved one.

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    The counseling department is very important for all crew

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    The Intelligence department is responsible for gathering and providing intelligence as it becomes possible during a mission; during covert missions, the intelligence department also takes a more active role, providing the necessary classified and other information. This departmenr also includes the Strategic Defence Department

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    The diplomatic officer was a Starfleet position in use during the 24th century. The Federation Diplomatic Corps was an institution of the United Federation of Planets which was responsible for negotiating treaties with foreign states and maintaining inter-state relations and diplomacy within the Federation. The Starfleet Diplomatic Corps was a department within Starfleet's Command Division, and often the two organisations overlapped in deployment of personnel, officers and civilians alike sometimes representing both or either of the two organisations. The movement of personnel belonging to Starfleet was still governed by the Starfleet Transfer Regulations, just like any other officer. Diplomatic personnel in Starfleet (as opposed to those working for the wider Federation) were in the Command Division. The majority of diplomatic personnel were Line Officers (either graduates of the Academy, or civilian diplomats given a commission to work within Starfleet). Junior officers could be aides or junior members of a delegation. Less vital aspects of a negotiation could be handled by lower ranked diplomats, assuming it would not offend foreign parties, of course.

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    The home of our Marines detachment

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    The home of our Star fighter pilots

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    Civilians play an important role in Starfleet. Many civilian specialists across a number of fields work on occasion with Starfleet personnel as a Mission Specialist. In other cases, extra ship and station duties, such as running the ship's lounge, are outsourced to a civilian contract.

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