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An office currently occupied by Lt.JG [[Salak]].  
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An office last occupied by Lt.JG [[Salak]].  
  
Little more than an alcove in Main Engineering (Deck 8), the Office is of an open design with an unobstructed view of the Warp Core. The main wall is covered with a bank of monitors and readouts, giving easy access to diagnostics and operation of multiple ships systems.  
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Little more than an alcove in Main Engineering (Deck 8), the Office was of an open design with an unobstructed view of the Warp Core. The main wall was covered with a bank of monitors and readouts, giving easy access to diagnostics and operation of multiple ships systems.  
  
Opposite this is a low console, with an opening above it. This console is focused upon propulsion and life support systems but can be reconfigured easily. The console covers little over half the desk with the rest as clear space.  
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Opposite this was a low console, with an opening above it. This console was focused upon propulsion and life support systems but could be reconfigured easily. The console covered little over half the desk with the rest as clear space.  
  
This part is frequently cluttered with PADDs containing status reports from sub-ordinates along with schematics and requests from other departments for repairs or modifications.
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This part was frequently cluttered with PADDs containing status reports from sub-ordinates along with schematics and requests from other departments for repairs or modifications.
  
 
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Revision as of 09:02, 11 April 2006


An office last occupied by Lt.JG Salak.

Little more than an alcove in Main Engineering (Deck 8), the Office was of an open design with an unobstructed view of the Warp Core. The main wall was covered with a bank of monitors and readouts, giving easy access to diagnostics and operation of multiple ships systems.

Opposite this was a low console, with an opening above it. This console was focused upon propulsion and life support systems but could be reconfigured easily. The console covered little over half the desk with the rest as clear space.

This part was frequently cluttered with PADDs containing status reports from sub-ordinates along with schematics and requests from other departments for repairs or modifications.