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Cleanliness Protocol (USS Eagle)

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Part 2: bringing more up to date
===Part 2===
With the captain missing, LtCmdr Shayne attempts to negotiate with The People for a diplomatic solution while LtCmdr Pavlova leads an away team to effect a military one. Commander Oddas and Ensign Waters find themselves in a detention facility, along with Captain Zinn and a crowd of refugees - marked for recycling due to minor genetic deficiencies. While the hostages began working on an escape plan the Eagle was attacked by a set of drones from the surface, necessitating self-defense. Working independently the hostages manage to work to disable the shields around their cells, while the military forces force their way in. Meanwhile, the forces aboard the Eagle find their diplomatic forces coming up short, probably due to poor timing as the forcible actions of the crew on the surface became known, and they were forced to defend themselves and they looked for ways to disable all of the attacking drones. ===Part 3=== The Condor, with Commander Oddas, Ensign Waters, Captain Zinn, LtCmdr Pavlova, and Ensign Vescori aboard races toward the Eagle, but not before disabling the defense probe's command and control infrastructure, and with it The People's abilities to keep the refugees from being beamed aboard. In concert with the Eagle a team led by Ensign Hayley, Lieutenant Blackwell, and LtCmdr Shayne are able to produce a pulse disabling all of the probes' inner workings, allowing the Condor to dock for a landing.

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