Luctor et Emergo
Welcome to Task Force 72, The Peacekeepers!
Greetings, I am Rear-Admiral James Hurin, Task Force Commanding Officer of Obsidian Fleet’s Task Force 72: The Peacekeepers. Obsidian Fleet and Task Force 72 provide a community organization for people from around the globe to write science-fiction adventures based on Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek in the year 2390. Task Force 72 was the one of the first Task Forces that Obsidian Fleet had when it began back in 2001, so we have a rich history and I encourage you to read through our history and see where we have been, where we are and of course; where we are going into the future
We invite you to take a look at some of these ships, and maybe even join a crew. We’re always looking for new talent to add to our simulations. If you feel confident and experienced, you can also try applying for command of a ship. We have some great simulations that are always on the lookout for new crewmembers and we also have an open command from time to time that will open up for new Commanding Officers. No matter what you do be it command or just joining a simulation; you will be be playing an integral part in Task Force 72 and Obsidian Fleet! I welcome you to Task Force 72 and can’t wait to see you on one of our simulations.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us at tf72 [at] obsidianfleet [dot] net and we can direct you in the right way.
Our friendly webmasters are always working on making the website look amzing, but if you have a suggestion to improve the website, please don’t hesitate to get into contact with us and we can see what we can do
Updates for February 2013
- fixing ship listing
- news feed inclusion checking
- regular updates of pages with up-to-date information
- regular maintenance
- continue work on Task Force history
- updates when needed
210 characters serving on 22 ships (average of 9.55 characters/ship)