What might your story involve?
Negotiate, trade, and secure a peaceful future
Use all tools at your disposal to outmatch enemy forces, whether as a first strike or in the line of defence
Support the Navy’s humanitarian efforts as you help those in need on the other side of the system
From missing ships to silent comms – something's wrong, and you need to find out why
Navigate treacherous sections of the system while preserving valuable cargo or individuals
Only a fraction of the galaxy has been charted. Bravery and ambition are needed to discover the rest
Vital hardware or personnel have been lost – locate, secure, and return
Cloak and dagger operations. Use drones, probes and your wits to gain the upper hand
Be the safety net that space needs – from ship repairs to medical runs and more
LEADING BY EXAMPLE
Just last year, on 21st November 2179, Captain Leyla Sánchez and the crew of the UCS Hammer displayed admirable bravery above and beyond that expected of an officer of the UCN. Their ship already damaged by an enemy ambush, they refused to return to base as this would have left an unarmed UCTCN cargo vessel alone and unprotected.
Using evasive manoeuvres and pinpoint accurate strikes from all weapon systems, the Hammer destroyed three enemy craft and forced the withdrawal of a much larger enemy force when Captain Sánchez threatened to make use of the Hammer's nuclear warheads.
Thanks to their courage and quick-thinking, vital resources and more than 300 civilian lives were preserved and safely delivered to UCTCN space station Aphrodite.
Captain Sánchez and their officers were all awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for their actions.