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** [[Starfleet]], in response to the incursion and subsequent blockade of [[Deep Space 3]] by the [[First Federation]], orders the withdrawal of the [[214th Construction Battalion]] back to [[Starbase 512]] prior to completion of repairs to the station. Starfleet hoped it would help ease tensions between the two powers.
 
** [[Starfleet]], in response to the incursion and subsequent blockade of [[Deep Space 3]] by the [[First Federation]], orders the withdrawal of the [[214th Construction Battalion]] back to [[Starbase 512]] prior to completion of repairs to the station. Starfleet hoped it would help ease tensions between the two powers.
 
** [[Starfleet]] orders an investigation into [[Captain]] [[Montaine Buchanan]]'s performance as [[commanding officer]] of [[Deep Space Three]]. The outcome will determine whether he will be allowed to remain in command or be relieved of duty and replaced. The investigating officer is Captain [[Taldeen]] of the Starfleet [[Judge Advocate General]]'s office. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]'').
 
** [[Starfleet]] orders an investigation into [[Captain]] [[Montaine Buchanan]]'s performance as [[commanding officer]] of [[Deep Space Three]]. The outcome will determine whether he will be allowed to remain in command or be relieved of duty and replaced. The investigating officer is Captain [[Taldeen]] of the Starfleet [[Judge Advocate General]]'s office. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]'').
** [[Captain]] [[Taldeen]] completes his investigation into [[Captain]] [[Montaine Buchanan]]'s performance as Commanding Officer of Deep Space Three. His reported stated that the Captain's new perspective no longer warranted replacement, and that he should retain command until retirement or reassignment. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]'' Episode 77: Where angels fear to tread).
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** [[Captain]] [[Taldeen]] completes his investigation into [[Captain]] [[Montaine Buchanan]]'s performance as Commanding Officer of Deep Space Three. His reported stated that the Captain's new perspective no longer warranted relief for cause, and that he should retain command until retirement or scheduled reassignment. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]'' Episode 77: Where angels fear to tread).
 
** After a [[2289|76 years]] long absence, the crew of the {{class|Saladin}} {{Uss|Liberty|NCC-701}} reemerge through a tear in space. Among the survivors are [[Captain]] [[Richard Sheridan]] and [[First officer]] [[Lieutenant Commander]] [[Samuel Kyle]], grandfather of {{uss|Chimera|NCC-11555}} [[first officer]] [[Owen Kyle]]. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]'').
 
** After a [[2289|76 years]] long absence, the crew of the {{class|Saladin}} {{Uss|Liberty|NCC-701}} reemerge through a tear in space. Among the survivors are [[Captain]] [[Richard Sheridan]] and [[First officer]] [[Lieutenant Commander]] [[Samuel Kyle]], grandfather of {{uss|Chimera|NCC-11555}} [[first officer]] [[Owen Kyle]]. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]'').
** The senior staff of [[Deep Space 3]] stage an "intervention" with the [[station commander]] [[Captain]] [[Montaine Buchanan]] to demand an explanation with regards to the recent changes in his behavior. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]:'' "Illusion of Life")
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** The [[Senior staff|senior]] staff of [[Deep Space 3]] stage an "intervention" with the [[station commander]] [[Captain]] [[Montaine Buchanan]] to demand an explanation with regards to the recent changes in his behavior. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]:'' "Illusion of Life")
 
** [[Starfleet Command]] announced it had begun the process of decommissioning the {{class|Oberth}} [[starship]] {{uss|Chimera|NCC-11555}}. A number of ships of differing classes were offered as a replacement. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]'')
 
** [[Starfleet Command]] announced it had begun the process of decommissioning the {{class|Oberth}} [[starship]] {{uss|Chimera|NCC-11555}}. A number of ships of differing classes were offered as a replacement. (''[[Star Trek: Outpost]]'')
 
** The entity known as "Skelerune" arrived at [[Deep Space 3]] just as a structural failure and decompression occurred. He rescued multiple crewmembers including station [[Engineer]] [[Jack Graves]] from certain death. Initially presenting himself as a benevolent being, his offer to assist with major repairs and upgrades to the station were met with skepticism from a majority of the senior staff, the lone exception being [[Chief engineer]] [[Lieutenant commander]] [[Jennifer Forrestal]]. His malevolent and self-serving nature revealed itself later. Skelerune was briefly detained by another of his species named Argenthesus before escaping. His current whereabouts: unknown.
 
** The entity known as "Skelerune" arrived at [[Deep Space 3]] just as a structural failure and decompression occurred. He rescued multiple crewmembers including station [[Engineer]] [[Jack Graves]] from certain death. Initially presenting himself as a benevolent being, his offer to assist with major repairs and upgrades to the station were met with skepticism from a majority of the senior staff, the lone exception being [[Chief engineer]] [[Lieutenant commander]] [[Jennifer Forrestal]]. His malevolent and self-serving nature revealed itself later. Skelerune was briefly detained by another of his species named Argenthesus before escaping. His current whereabouts: unknown.

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