Region 2 "Newsletter of the Year" Award, 2012
Region 2 "Newsletter of the Year" Award, 2nd Place, 2011
Region 2 "Best Electronic Newsletter" Award, 2009

Volume I
Number 77
August 2014
•  Saturday, September 20: STARFLEET Bowling Challenge


•  Friday, October 31: USS Republic Halloween Spooktacular
•  Sat.-Sun., Dec. 6-7, 2014: Farragut Fest 2014 (Kingsland GA)
•  Saturday, Dec. 20: USS Republic Holiday Party & CO Election

•  In Memoriam: Arlene Martel
•  Project: Potemkin releases final version of "Closing Time"
•  To Be... Or Not To Be Takei
•  That "super fan" reality series: What happened?
•  Commanding Officer election coming in December
•  TrekTrax Atlanta, TrekTrak and Scotty t-shirts still available
•  Personnel Records
•  Classified Ads
•  Library Computer
•  Recent Chapter Event Photos

•  Belated August Birthdays
•  July Member Reenlistments
•  September Membership Renewals
•  About the Republic
•  For More Information
•  USS Republic Online
•  Crew Roster
•  News from
   Alec Peters talks Star Trek: Axanar as it passes $400K on Kickstarter
Ninth Annual (and possibly LAST) STARFLEET Bowling Challenge

6:30 p.m. Saturday, September 20, 2014

Midtown Bowl
1936 Piedmont Circle, Atlanta GA  30324
(404) 874-5703 ||
ENS1 Todd Dissinger and Capt Eric L. Watts played three games against each other at last year's STARFLEET Bowling Challenge.  A good time was had by... both.
Once upon a time, the USS Republic's annual STARFLEET Bowling Challenge was one of our most popular and well-attended costuming events, with the now-legendary 2007 challenge ("Furries vs. Klingons") receiving worldwide press coverage from G4 TV and Fark TV.  In recent years, attendance has declined and last year, only two players came out to participate.  We'll give this event one more chance this year and hope to see a significant turnout from the membership.  Please join the USS Republic for our Ninth Annual STARFLEET Bowling Challenge!

The game fee is $20.00 per person for two hours of bowling and includes shoe rental.  CASH ONLY, PLEASE, and please pay the Republic, who has already paid for the lane rental.  We have rented two lanes for two hours which accommodate up to six players each.  Please RSVP if you plan to attend so we can add lanes if necessary.  Please arrive no later than 6:30 p.m. to pay for play, get your shoes and choose your ball.  First ball rolls promptly at 7:00 p.m., so please arrive early and be ready to roll (literally) at 7:00 p.m.  Midtown Bowl's food grill offers a broad range of menu items and adult beverages are available at the full-service bar.

Please wear your best Star Trek costume or your USS Republic sport shirt or chapter t-shirt for this fun-filled family-friendly event!

In Memoriam: Arlene Martel
April 14, 1936 – August 12, 2014
The USS Republic is saddened to report the passing of Arlene Martel, who died on August 12 from complications following a heart attack.  The veteran television and film actress had a career that spanned parts of seven decades, dating back to the golden age of television, but she was best known for her role as T'Pring in the original Star Trek series episode "Amok Time."  Ms. Martel's last guest appearance at a Star Trek convention was this past April at TrekTrax Atlanta, hosted by the USS Republic.  She was 78.

Ms. Martel with her beloved Satchi at TrekTrax Atlanta in April 2014.
The character of T'Pring—Spock's betrothed, whom she spurns—was a sexy, exotic presence in the episode, the first and only episode set on Vulcan.  Ms. Martel had previously auditioned for roles in the episodes "Where No Man Has Gone Before" and "Catspaw."  Her other credits includ the popular Outer Limits episode "Demon with a Glass Hand," the "Twenty-Two" episode of The Twilight Zone, Hogan's Heroes, My Favorite Martian, Bewitched, Columbo, Battlestar Galactica, Knot's Landing, A Walk to Remember, Brothers & Sisters and the independent fan film Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.

Talking to in 2010, Ms. Martel spoke fondly of her brief but important visit to the Star Trek universe and noted the enduring popularity of "Amok Time," which remains a fan favorite.  "It does hold up," she said.  "If it didn't, they wouldn't re-run it as much as they do.  I just saw it a couple of weeks ago.  It's re-run almost more than any other episode, and it seems to be so popular because of the mating issue.  To see a Vulcan in the heat of his sexuality is a very interesting thing.  It's interesting to see anyone in that situation, if the story is good, but to see someone who's usually so repressed going through it, I think that captured people's imaginations.  I think that's the fascination about it.  And then to see how this woman deals with that, and the decisions and choices she makes."

"My performance, I think, holds up quite well, especially visually," she continued.  "I didn't have that much to say, but I think you see me and my reactions, and my presence is felt.  Looking at it, I can see why they cast me in that role."

Ms. Martel with Eric L. Watts, Jeremy Roberts and Felix Silla at TrekTrax Atlanta in April 2014.
Ms. Martel's appearance at TrekTrax Atlanta earlier this year was a key reason for the convention's enormous increase in attendance over last year and she proved to be enormously popular with our attendees.  More importantly, Ms. Martel "had a wonderful time and enjoyed herself," according to her agent, Beth Stelter.  Ms. Martel's longtime friend and companion, Mary DeCoite, who came to Atlanta with her, writes, "It was a very happy and pleasant experience.  TrekTrax was the most memorable because it was intimate with plenty of time to chat with her fans.  But most importantly, meeting and becoming such close friends with Sue [Lin Lange], ["Ensign Wolfy"] and his sister Ouida."

According to Ms. DeCoite, Ms. Martel has been cremated and her ashes will be scattered on a hill in Carmel, California, where she used to live.  The Motion Picture & Television Country House (usually called simply "the Motion Picture Home"), the retirement community to which Ms. Martel had moved earlier this year, will hold a memorial service for her at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 7, at their Wasserman campus in Woodland Hills, California.

The USS Republic offers our sincerest condolences to Ms. Martel's family, friends and many fans.
Project: Potemkin releases final version of "Closing Time"

Last week, Project: Potemkin released the official version of "Closing Time," the historically important Star Trek independent fan film shot at TrekTrax Atlanta in April 2013.  This final edit replaces the temporary "rough cut" that was premiered on the last day of last year's convention and released to YouTube shortly thereafter.  The final version includes an introductory voiceover from the ship's captain, improved and additional special effects, a cleaned-up audio track, a new ending credits sequence and other post-production improvements.

"Closing Time" was the collaborative effort of four different Star Trek fan film productions, making it unique among them.  While some other Star Trek fan films have featured a guest star or two from another production and an occasional storyline crossover, "Closing Time" included appearances by Darren Hann, Tara Murphy and Joann Pelley from Star Trek: Reliant; and Jerry Stanford, Toby Curfman, Dean Rogers and Jacob Stanford from Star Trek: Valkyrie.  The production also included the assistance of Star Trek: Phase II makeup supervisor Brian Holloway.  Project: Potemkin cast members Doug Harper, Bill Mackenzie and Renda Carr appear as their regular series characters.  USS Republic members making an appearance in the vignette include ENS1 Wil Sims and Fleet Captain Eric L. Watts as Korgoth the Bartender.

"Closing Time" was written and produced by Project: Potemkin series creator Randall Landers and directed by Sara Higgins Mackenzie.

To Be... Or Not To Be Takei
The USS Republic had hoped to arrange an away mission for the premiere of George Takei's recently released documentary, To Be Takei, but things did not work out as hoped.  As of press time last issue, a "limited release" date of August 22 had been announced in various media, but no theaters in or around Atlanta had been announced.  The Republic was notified by a "Fan Alert" on August 21 (the day before its release) that the Plaza Theater in Midtown would be screening the film, but for one week only, ending on Thursday, August 28.  The eleventh-hour notification of its only Atlanta screening location and its incredibly short theatrical run there did not give the Republic sufficient time to arrange, announce and publicize a group outing.

The film, which has received generally favorable reviews, narrates the journey of actor and activist George Takei, best known to Star Trek fans as Sulu in the original series and first six movies, from his childhood in a World War II internment camp to his 30-year run in Star Trek to his contemporary work as a gay rights advocate.  If and when the documentary is released on DVD, the Republic will arrange a public screening for its members and friends in a place that does not charge admission.
That "super fan" reality series: What happened?
Remember that new reality series we reported on last issue that was supposed to feature USS Republic CO Fleet Captain Eric L. Watts in an episode that was supposed to be filmed at first in July and then sometime in August?  Email correspondence with the producers of that alleged series has mysteriously... stopped.  At this point, we have no idea if the project has been cancelled, or if they've changed their mind about including Captain Eric in an episode, or something else.  At any rate, we've not heard from them in over a month and at this point have no idea what the status of the production is.  We'll keep you posted with any news about this project if and when we learn of any.
USS Republic Commanding Officer election coming in December
Fleet Captain Eric L. Watts' fourth two-year term as Commanding Officer of the USS Republic will soon be coming to a close, and all members in good standing will be asked to cast their vote for the candidate they want to lead and administrate this chapter for the next two years.

Candidates for the position must be a member in good standing of STARFLEET International, must have taken and passed Officers Training School (OTS) and Officers Command College (OCC), and must be at least 18 years of age.  Members interested in taking OTS and/or OCC should visit the STARFLEET Academy web site.  In accordance with the Republic's Rank Assignment & Promotions Policy, members who take and pass both courses receive an automatic promotion to Lieutenant, Junior Grade (Lt. JG).

As of August 31, there are five members of the Republic in good standing who hold the necessary credentials to hold the office of Commanding Officer.  In alphabetical order, they are:

  Captain Matt Ebeling, former CO, currently inactive
  Admiral Mike Henigan, currently serving as Executive Officer
  Admiral Kelly Hilliard, currently serving as Zone 2 Coordinator
  Lt. JG Robert Louis Simon, member-at-large
  Fleet Captain Eric L. Watts, the incumbent Commanding Officer

In addition to these individuals, five additional members have completed the OTS requirement and could be eligible to run for the office of CO should they complete the OCC requirement by the end of the year.  Those members are Ens Robert T. Efurd, ENS2 Tracey S. Harwell, Ens Derek Leman, ENS2 Tracy O'Quinn and ENS1 Julianne Trew.

The election for the USS Republic's Commanding Officer for the 2015-2016 term will be held in December.  If more than one eligible member announces his or her candidacy before November 30, paper ballots will be mailed to each member in good standing in early December so that all members of record can cast their ballot.  If no member announces their candidacy before November 30, a voice vote will be held at the chapter's Holiday Party on Saturday, December 20.  Only those members whose STARFLEET and chapter dues are current will be eligible to vote.  The new Commanding Officer, if any, will assume office on January 1, 2015.
TrekTrax Atlanta, TrekTrak and Scotty t-shirts still available
Still available!  A limited selection of commemorative souvenir t-shirts from this year's and last year's TrekTrax Atlanta, our previously offered Scotty fundraiser t-shirt, and even a few still-new shirts from the 2006 TrekTrak at Dragon*Con.  This year's con shirt features a full-color design with this year's celebrity guests Arlene Martel, Felix Silla and Jeremy Roberts on a high-quality Gildan 50/50 polycot blend shirt.  Last year's con shirt features an attractive three-color design with guest of honor Manu Intiraymi.  The TrekTrak t-shirt features George Takei, Denise Crosby and Tony Todd.  Available only in the sizes and colors shown in the drop-down menus.  All shirts are only $20 postpaid to domestic US addresses.  Please select your shirt from the PayPal buttons below.
TrekTrax Atlanta 2014 T-Shirts
TrekTrax Atlanta 2013 T-Shirts
Scotty T-Shirts
TrekTrak 2006 T-Shirts
Personnel Records
  •  Congratulations to Lt. JG Robert Simon, who was awarded "Red Squad Member" by STARFLEET Academy for outstanding achievement within a 12-month period covering the previous calendar year on August 12, 2014.  Lt. Simon completed 14 STARFLEET Academy courses during 2013.
STARFLEET Academy is a special collection of correspondence courses available to every STARFLEET member.  Over 60 Academy Colleges offer courses spanning all aspects of Star Trek and science fiction; some courses even cover non-sci-fi real world topics.  Each college offers dozens of different courses at varying levels of challenge from super-easy to really hard.  In total, there are nearly 1,000 different courses available.  Take a course today!

Something special going on in your life?  Submit your Personnel Record for publication in the next issue of The Republiqué!
Classified Ads
Original series-era Star Trek paperback novels.  Willing to trade any FIVE titles on the "For Trade" list from 1967 to 1998 for any ONE title on the "Wanted" list from 1968 to 2014.  DOZENS of titles wanted and available for trade!  Let's help each other complete our libraries by swapping our duplicates for titles we need!  Click the link to either list for additional information on titles and trading.
Library Computer
Before there was Star Trek... there was Gunsmoke.  The long-running TV western (1955-1975) featured several guest stars that would later go on to find fame and fortune on what Gene Roddenberry originally pitched to the networks as a "Wagon Train to the Stars."  Left to right, top to bottom: DeForest Kelley as Will Bailey in the first-season episode "Indian Scout" (1956); James Doohan as Davit in the eighth-season episode "Quint Asper Comes Home" (1962); Leonard Nimoy in his fourth and last guest-starring role on this series, here as John Walking Fox in the eleventh-season episode "Treasure of John Walking Fox" (1966); and William Shatner as Fred Bateman in the twelfth-season episode "Quaker Girl" (1966).
Recent Chapter Event Photos
The Wrathlanta of Khan  ||  July 30, 2014
The cast from "The Wrathlanta of Khan": Host and MC Jason Mallory, Gina Rickicki, Eliot James Bronson, Ellaree Yeagley, Veronica and Chuck Bramlett from Felt Nerdy, Bobbin Wages, Rob HaZe and Paul Gallois
Host and MC Jason Mallory
Gina Rickicki
Paul Gallois
Ellaree Yeagley
Eliot James Bronson
Bobbin Wages
Rob HaZe
Veronica and Chuck Bramlett
The mid-show costume contest featured the typical Starfleet uniforms and, second from right, the brilliant yet simple Armus from the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Skin of Evil."


Tuesday, August 5
Ens Robert T. Efurd

Sunday, August 10
ENS3 Jenilee Trew
FCAPT Eric L. Watts

These members renewed their SFI and chapter dues in July.  Thank you!

ENS3 Jenilee Trew
ENS1 Julianne Trew
ENS1 Wil Sims

These members' dues will expire in September
.  Please renew now!

Ens Robert T. Efurd
ENS3 Patricia Houk
Ens Derek Leman

The USS Republic NCC-1371 was originally commissioned as a chapter of STARFLEET International on May 14, 1988, at the Dixie-Trek convention in Atlanta, Georgia.  As of August 31, 2014, the Republic crew includes 29 members who are active members of STARFLEET in good standing.
The Republic plans and coordinates an active schedule of events for its members, but does not hold meetings on a consistently fixed date each month.
Because the USS Republic is a duly commissioned chapter of STARFLEET International and is bound and governed by its Constitution and By-Laws, membership in STARFLEET is a prerequisite for membership in the Republic.  STARFLEET dues for one person are $20 for a "Standard Membership" or $10 for an "E-Membership" and chapter dues are $10 per person for either membership option.  A combined payment for all dues is collected by the Republic (family discounts are available with certain conditions and restrictions).  Additional information about the two STARFLEET membership options, amounts due for additional family members, payment options and payment instructions is on the "How to Join" page of our award-winning web site.



AS OF AUGUST 31, 2014
CDT Zarena Nova Tucker
ENS1 "Wolfy"

NEWS from
Alec Peters talks Star Trek: Axanar as it passes $400K on Kickstarter
By Anthony Pascale
August 22, 2014
The Star Trek: Axanar Kickstarter campaign wraps up Sunday, but it has already set a new record for independent Trek production crowdfunding.  TrekMovie sat down with producer and star Alec Peters to talk about the dream of making his own Star Trek movie.  In Part 1 of the interview below, Peters talks about the Axanar Kickstarter experience, how they plan to spend the money, how they are making Axanar a professional production, the approach to designing a look for 20 years before the original Star Trek series, and more.
Alec Peters talks Axanar as they blow past $400k on Kickstarter
Star Trek: Axanar is an independent Star Trek film set in the time before the original series, which will tell the story of the Battle of Axanar—with a focus on the character of Garth of Izar (from the episode "Whom Gods Destroy").  Axanar is the brainchild of Alec Peters, who was first introduced to fans as a Star Trek collector and CEO of PropWorx, which handled some major Star Trek memorabilia auctions (Peters even wrote some auction update stories for  As a lifelong fan, Peters was always fascinated by the character of Garth and decided he wanted to be the one who told his story—creating the concept for Axanar and casting himself as Garth.
Peters then surrounded himself with industry professionals and actors who shared his dream and they began with "Prelude To Axanar," an in-universe History Channel-style documentary about the Battle of Axanar which was released earlier this summer.  That acted as a proof of concept and sales pitch to seek crowdfunding for the feature-length Axanar.  TrekMovie talked to Peters about the campaign and where he and his team are going next.
TrekMovie: Congratulations on the success of the Kickstarter campaign.  It looks like Axanar is going past $400,000, which would be a record for any of the Star Trek-related crowdfunding projects.  Why do you think it has caught on so much?
Alec Peters: I think it is due to the professionalism of ["Prelude to Axanar"].  It doesn't look like a fan film; it looks like a Hollywood production.
TrekMovie: So you see "Prelude" as a sales pitch for the full Axanar Kickstarter?
Alec Peters: Yes.  And I think the other thing about "Prelude" is not only does it look and feel like a real production, but it is a compelling Star Trek narrative.  I think people are excited about seeing a time twenty years before [the original series] that they have never found anything out about before and not only is it well-written by Star Trek people, people like the story and how we tell it and it really comes across as Star Trek.
TrekMovie: So even though you guys already have around $400,000 pledged, your actual goal is $650,000?  Will you have to go back to Kickstarter?
Alec Peters: The $650,000 figure is a rough guess of what our budget will be for the full-length feature.  It will probably be a little more.  One of the things on "Prelude" is we learned a lot.  We spent four times as much as we expected to spend, but we originally expected it to be a "fan film" and now I don't think many people consider it just a fan film.  So for the full-length feature, we want to make sure we knock it out of the park for the high bar that we have established for independent Star Trek.  So for the rest of the budget, I don't know if we will go back to Kickstarter.  I think we are in a powerful position right now to be able to create a method for our donors for us to get the rest.
TrekMovie: You have used the word "professional," so does that mean that everyone who works on the project in production and post-production will be paid?  And will they be paid union wages?
Alec Peters: Everyone will be paid, but we can't afford union wages.  If we were to pay standard industry union wages, then we would need to raise millions of dollars.  People are still doing this because of their love for Star Trek, but we will pay them something.
TrekMovie: So when people are hired for this, they are still Trek fans, so there is still an element of volunteerism, like other fan films.
Alec Peters: Right.  "Prelude" was made with a totally volunteer crew.  All professionals, but they still volunteered their time.  But when we do the full feature, it won't be a two-day shoot, it will be a twenty-day shoot.  Now you are asking people to commit three weeks of their life to your film, so you better pay them something.  It may not be union wages, but they are being paid something.
TrekMovie: With you guys collecting more money than anyone has before, what are you doing to be transparent about how you are spending all this money?
Alec Peters: If you look at the Kickstarter, it tells you exactly where the money is going.  First hundred is going to the sets, the next hundred and a quarter is going to the sound stage, etc.  We strive to be accountable and transparent, which is the right thing to do.  And if you go back to "Prelude," we were pretty specific about where we were spending the money and we are getting ready now to actually publish the budget for "Prelude to Axanar" for all the donors to see.  [Note: Not long after this interview was conducted, Peters posted a detailed "Prelude" budget at Kickstarter.]
TrekMovie: Getting back to the issue of a professional production, I can remember talking to you years ago about Trek fan films and we both agreed that they could often have lots of great elements—like sets and costumes—but were hampered by non-professional elements—often the actors.  So for the full Axanar film, will any of the actors be non-professionals, besides yourself?
Alec Peters: Besides myself, everyone is going to be a professional actor to one extent or another.  Not everyone is going to be J. G. Hertzler or Tony Todd.  Everyone has to audition for parts.  There is no family and friends program in our auditioning.
TrekMovie: I understand that all the actors from "Prelude"—including Richard Hatch, Kate Vernon, Gary Graham—will be in the full Axanar film, and you recently announced Garrett Wang will be joining to play a Klingon.  Have you cast any other parts?
Alec Peters: No news yet on that.  We are still casting the entire Ares crew.  There are more big roles to be cast.
TrekMovie: While you are not casting friends and family, you have cast yourself in the lead role of Garth of Izar.  You are now the star of this big thing and it is your first time as an actor.  What have you done to prepare yourself?  A lot of people are going to see this thing, so are you nervous?  Optimistic?  Terrified?
Alec Peters: That puts a lot of pressure on, because of what we did and how good "Prelude" was.  I was fully prepared to step aside and just produce.  I had that conversation with [director] Christian [Gossett] where I said, "If you don't think I can do this, we will get someone else."  I have been in acting class for two years with Richard Hatch as my acting coach, because you've got to prepare.  "Prelude" was a test of what we can do and what I can do.  I know I can produce—"Prelude" proves that—but the question is: could I act?  It is scary to be the weakest link in the chain.  And it was great because Gary Graham said to me, "You know, Alec, there were a lot of people on the set who were really worried you were not going to be able to pull it off, but I have to say, I was really impressed.  You did amazing work."  I knew Richard was going to say good things because I am his student, but for Gary to say that totally unsolicited told me that I hit the mark OK.
TrekMovie: You and director Christian Gossett are writing the script.  What role is David Gerrold playing with the writing?
Alec Peters: He does a read and makes suggestions, so he is our creative consultant.  I am the primary writer with Christian as director and helping me revise the script.
TrekMovie: And I understand Robert Meyer Burnett is returning to edit.  Who are some of the other key people on the creative team?
Alec Peters: Well, there is Kevin Haney, who is doing make-up... he won an Academy award for Driving Miss Daisy.  And Frank Serafine, who won an Academy award for The Hunt for Red October, is our sound editor.  They show the kind of people that Axanar is attracting.
TrekMovie: What about music and visual effects and design?
Alec Peters: The music is totally original by an outstanding young composer named Alex Bornstein, who actually came to us when he read your first article about us two years ago.  He worked for Bear McCreary and Hans Zimmer and now he is working for us.  Tobias Richter—who most Trek fans know—is doing the visual effects.  We have a couple of guys doing the production design work.  The stuff you see on our Kickstarter page is by a guy named Eric Henry, who is a young graphic artist who hasn't worked in the industry, but his stuff is spot on.  Plus, we have another guy from the industry, plus Christian Gossett designed stuff, and he is a visual artist—that is his specialty.
TrekMovie: Speaking of the look, you guys are trying to capture an aesthetic between the USS Kelvin from the 2009 Abrams Star Trek movie and the original series Matt Jefferies design.  What are the challenges of trying to fit into that spot?  Will everything you do be a new design?
Alec Peters: Everything we do will be new.  We aren't doing TOS.  It is going to be different.  But our greatest problem is that TOS is an almost 50-year-old vision of the future.  If we are twenty years before that, the challenge is to make your ships and everything about them look 20 years older without looking like you are from a Buck Rogers serial.  So J. J.'s people took a stab at that.  They were mindful for making the Kelvin look older than certainly the Enterprise in their timeline.  That is the challenge.  You need to create stuff that looks somewhat retro to TOS, but still looks cool.
TrekMovie: What is your current schedule for production and release?  Is it rigid or more flexible?
Alec Peters: It is flexible.  We aren't a studio that has a deadline and there are so many variables, so it is hard to nail down right now.  Getting a studio space is the first job we are trying to execute on.  We have a place we are in the midst of closing a deal on currently.  We will start shooting in Q1 of 2015, January of February.
TrekMovie: How much of the shooting will be done on location?
Alec Peters: We have lots of locations planned, at least five locations.  Probably all around the L.A. area, but it is possible we will go to the Valley of Fire [Nevada State Park] for the landing party scene, but we are still far away from that.
TrekMovie: And the hope is to release it in the summer of 2015?  How do you plan on releasing it?
Alec Peters: It will be kind of like what we did with "Prelude."  We had a red carpet premiere at San Diego Comic Con, then our donors got exclusive access to it online.  And then we released it on Kickstarter and now it is out publicly on our YouTube page.
© 2014 SciFanatic Network
USS Republic NCC-1371
B O L D L Y    G O I N G 
 B O L D L Y    D O I N G™
2902 Aspen Woods Entry
  Atlanta, Georgia  30360-2759
Commanding Officer
  Fleet Captain Eric L. Watts
Executive Officer
  Admiral W. Michael Henigan

The Republiqué Volume I, Number 77, August 2014.
Published monthly by and Copyright © 2014 USS Republic NCC-1371.
Fleet Captain Eric L. Watts, Editor.

If you prefer not to receive any future issues, please let us know.