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Old 05-21-2009, 11:53 PM
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Default Morrow Project teams..

Has anyone played long-running Morrow Project campaign thought of posting how their teams where assembled or composed of?

What was your team composition like?
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General Team Positions
Team Leader
Deputy Team Leader
Communications Specialist
Driver-Mechanic
Linguistic Specialist
Medical Specialist
Assistant Medical Specialist
Computer Specialist
Applied Sciences Specialist

Agricultural Team (AG): Morrow Project Agricultural Teams
Agricultural Engineering Specialist
Agricultural Sciences Specialist (Agronomist)
Agricultural Sciences Specialist (Horticulturalist)
Agricultural Sciences Specialist (Agroecologist)
Animal Care Specialist
Biosystems Engineering Specialist
Farm Management Specialist
Fisheries Management Specialist
Food Safety Inspection Specialist
Forestry Management Specialist
Irrigation & Water Management Specialist
Veterinary Medicine Specialist
Wildlife/Range Management Specialist

Aviation Team (AV): Morrow Project Aviation Teams
Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting Specialist
Aviation Operations Specialist
Aviation Support Operations Specialist
Aeromedical Evacuation Specialist
Air Traffic Control Specialist
Air Traffic Control Equipment Repair Specialist
Aviation Specialist (Pilot)
Aviation Specialist (Co-Pilot)
Aviation Specialist (Flight Engineer)
Airdrop Systems Technician
Aviation Maintenance Specialist
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Operations Specialist

Civil Affairs Team (CA): Morrow Project Civil Affairs Teams
Civil Affairs Specialist
Field Correspondent
Internment & Resettlement Specialist
Legal Administration Specialist
Legal Services Specialist
Mass Communications Specialist
Paralegal Specialist
Photographic Specialist
Property Accounting Specialist
Public Affairs Specialist
Videographic Specialist

Command & Control Team (CC): Morrow Project Command & Control Teams
Regional / Divisional / Departmental / District Project Director
Deputy Regional / Divisional / Departmental / District Project Director
Administration Specialist
Human Resources Specialist
Liaison Specialist
Personnel Systems Management Specialist
Plans, Operations, Intelligence Training, & Security Specialist
Resources Management Specialist
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures Specialist

Combined Team (CT): Morrow Project Combined Teams are rare, specialty teams that are made up of several field teams with a single unified leader that was created to perform a specific mission that required their unique skills and talents.

Decontamination Team (DT): Morrow Project Decontamination Teams
Hazardous Materials Specialist
Hazardous Waste Disposal Specialist
CBR (Chemical-Biological-Radiological) Decontamination Specialist
CBR (Chemical-Biological-Radiological) Defense Specialist

Engineering & Construction Team (EC): Morrow Project Engineering & Construction Teams
Carpentry and Masonry Specialist
Construction Specialist
Construction Equipment Operations Specialist
Equipment Maintenance Specialist
Equipment Operations Specialist
Topographic Survey Specialist
Topographic Engineering Specialist

Frozen Watch Team (FW): Morrow Project Frozen Watch Teams

Health & Medical Team (HM): Morrow Project Health & Medical Teams

Logistics & Supply Team (LS): Morrow Project Logistics & Supply Teams
Automated Logistical Specialist
Cargo Specialist
Financial Management Specialist
Logistical Specialist
Petroleum Supply Specialist
Postal Services Supervisor
Postal Services Specialist
Railway Equipment Repair Specialist
Railway Operations Specialist
Railway Section Repair Specialist
Shower/Laundry and Clothing Repair Specialist
Supply Administration and Operations Specialist
Supply Systems Technician
Water Treatment Specialist


Maintenance & Support Team (MS): Morrow Project Maintenance & Support Teams
Armament Systems Maintenance Specialist
Electronic Systems Maintenance Specialist
Machinist
Maintenance Management Specialist
Petroleum Systems Technician
Salvage & Recovery Specialist
Utilities Operation and Maintenance Technician
Water Treatment Specialist

MARS (Mobile Assault, Rescue & Strike) Team (M): Morrow Project MARS Teams
Light Weapons Specialist
Heavy Weapons Specialist
Sniper
Spotter

Operations Team (OPS): Morrow Project Operations Teams
Data/Communications Maintenance Specialist
Data Network Specialist
Digital Multi-channel Wideband Transmission Equipment Operator
Food Services Specialist
Information Security Specialist
Information Systems Specialist
Network Management Technician
Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Operations Specialist
Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Maintenance Specialist
Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Technician
Signal Systems Support Technician
Tactical Data Network Gateway Systems Specialist
Tactical Network Specialist
Tropospheric Scatter Radio Multi-channel Equipment Operator

Personnel & Training Team (PT): Morrow Project Personnel & Training Teams
Education Testing & Evaluation Specialist
Education Administration Specialist
Physical Education Specialist
Education & Instruction Specialist

Power Generation & Reception Team (PG): Morrow Project Power Generation & Reception Teams
Power Generation Specialist
Power Reception Specialist
Power Systems Specialist
<> Specialist

Psychological Operations Team (PO): Morrow Project Psychological Operations Teams
Behavioral Sciences Specialist
Counseling Specialist
Psychological Operations Specialist

RAT (Rapid Assistance Tactical) Team (RAT): Morrow Project RAT Teams
Infiltration Specialist
Reconnaissance Specialist
Engineering Specialist
Weapons Specialist
Weapons Specialist
Sniper
Spotter

Recon Team (R): Morrow Project Recon Teams make up the bulk of Morrow Project personnel and assets.
Contact Specialist
Reconnaissance Specialist
Engineering Specialist
Infiltration Specialist
Acquisitions Specialist
Weapons Specialist

Science Team (S): Morrow Project Science Teams
Applied Sciences Specialist
Behavioral Sciences Specialist
Earth & Life Sciences Specialist
Environmental Sciences Specialist
Mathematics & Computer Sciences Specialist
Physical Sciences Specialist
Social Sciences Specialist
Space Sciences Specialist

Special Purpose (SP): Morrow Project Special Purpose Teams are responsible for providing the Project with highly trained counter-intelligence and intelligence operators whose duties are to work with local governmental agencies to provide necessary assets in dealing with anti-government / anti-recovery opponents.
Counterintelligence Specialist
Geographic Intelligence Specialist
Human Intelligence Collection Specialist
Human Source Intelligence Specialist
Imagery Analysis Specialist
Intelligence Analysis Specialist
Interrogation & Debriefing Specialist
Intelligence Specialist
Traffic Analysis Specialist

Phoenix Team (PHOENIX): The Phoenix Team

<> Team (): Morrow Project <> Teams were put together to assist local civil law enforcement and emergency services agencies.
Correctional Counseling Specialist
Correctional Services Specialist
Criminal Investigations Specialist
Forensic Sciences Specialist
Law Enforcement Operations Specialist
Rescue and Firefighting Specialist
Traffic Management Specialist
Working Dog Handler
Physical Security Specialist


<> Supervisor
<> Specialist
<> Technician


Health & Medical Team
Patient Administration Specialist
Health Services Maintenance Technician
Healthcare Administration Specialist

Health Services Supervisor
Health Services Specialist

Health Facilities Management Specialist

Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Specialist

Infectious Disease Specialist

Nuclear Medicine Specialist
Preventive Medicine Specialist
Occupational Medicine Specialist

Operating Room Specialist
Dental Specialist
Medical Laboratory Specialist
Radiology Specialist
Pharmacy Specialist
Preventive Medicine Specialist

Medical Specialist (Gastroenterologist)
Medical Specialist (Cardiologist)
Medical Specialist (Obstetrician and Gynecologist)
Medical Specialist (Urologist)
Medical Specialist (Dermatologist)
Medical Specialist (Clinical Immunologist)
Medical Specialist (Anestesiologist)
Medical Specialist (Pediatrician)
Medical Specialist (Child Neurologist)
Medical Specialist (Opthalmologist)
Medical Specialst (Otolaryngologist)
Medical Specialist (Neurologist)
Medical Specailist (Nephrologist)
Medical Specialist (Oncologist/Hematologist)
Medical Specialist (Endocrinologist)
Medical Specialist (Rheumatologist)
Medical Specialist (Family Medicine)
Medical Specialist (Radiation Oncologist)
Medical Specialist (Diagnostic Radiologist)
Medical Specialist (Pathologist)
Medical Specialist (Occupational Therapy)
Medical Specialist (Physical Therapy)
Medical Specialist (Dietitian)
Medical Specialist (Optometry)
Medical Specialist (Podiatry)

Mental Health Care Specialist (Psychiatrist)
Mental Health Care Specialist (Psychiatric Nurse)
Mental Health Care Specialist (Psychologist)
Mental Health Care Specialist (Child Psychiatrist)

Surgical Specialist (General Surgeon)
Surgical Specialist (Thoracic Surgeon)
Surgical Specialist (Plastic Surgeon)
Surgical Specialist (Peripheral Vascular Surgeon)
Surgical Specialist (Neurosurgeon)
Surgical Specialist (Orthopedic Surgeon)

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Specialist (Physiatrist)

Emergency Medical Specialist (Emergency Physician)
Emergency Medical Specialist (Emergency Nurse)

Dental Specialist (General Dentist)
Dental Specialist (Comprehensive Dentist)
Dental Specialist (Periodontist)
Dental Specialist (Endodontist)
Dental Specialist (Prosthodontist)
Dental Specialist (Public Health Dentist)
Dental Specialist (Pediatric Dentist)
Dental Specialist (Orthodontist)
Dental Specialist (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon)
Dental Specialist (Oral Pathologist)
Dental Specialist (Executive Dentist)

Medical Specialist (Community Health Nurse)
Medical Specialist (Perioperative Nurse)
Medical Specialist (Nurse Anesthetist)
Medical Specialist (Obstetrics and Gynecological Nurse)
Medical Specialist (Medical-Surgical Nurse)
Medical Specialist (Intensive Care Nurse)
Medical Specialist (Generalist Nurse)
Medical Specialist (Family Nurse Practitioner)
Medical Specialist (Physician Assistant)

Public Health Specialist ()

Preventive Medicine Specialist
Pharmacy Specialist



Power Generator Equipment Repair Specialist

Laundry Specialist




Intensive Care Unit (10): There is one intensive care unit.
Clinical Head Nurse
Clinical Nurse
Clinical Nurse
Wardmaster
Practical Nurse
Practical Nurse
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly

Intermediate Care Unit (10): There is two intermediate care units.
Head Nurse
Nurse
Nurse
Wardmaster
Practical Nurse
Practical Nurse
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly

Minimal Care Ward (5): There are four minimal care wards.
Clinical Nurse
Warmaster
Practical Nurse
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly

Neuropsychiatric Ward & Consulation Unit (8):
Psychiatrist
Psychiatric / Mental Health Nurse
Psychiatric / Mental Health Nurse
Clinical Nurse
Social Work
Mental Health Specialist
Mental Health Specialist
Mental Health Specialist

Pharmacy Section (9)
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
Pharmacy Specialist
Sterile Pharmacy Spcialist

Administrative Section (8):
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
Mail Delivery Clerk

Patient Administration Section (6):
Triage / Pre-Operative / Emergency Medical Treatment Section (12):
Emergency Care Physician
Emergency Care Physician
Primary Care Physician
Primary Care Physician
Emergency Care Head Nurse
Emergency Care Nurse
Emergency Care Nurse
Emergency Care Nurse
Emergency Treatment Specialist
Emergency Treatment Specialist
Emergency Treatment Specialist
Emergency Treatment Specialist


Nutrition Care Section (7 persons): This Section Oversees the preparation of all the meals for both patients and staff.
Nutrition Care Supervisor
Nutrition Care Specialist
Nutrition Care Specialist
Nutrition Care Specialist
Nutrition Care Specialist
Nutrition Care Specialist
Nutrition Care Specialist
In-Patient Medicine Section (8 persons):
Head Nurse
Nurse
Nurse
Wardmaster
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly
Medical Orderly
Dental Section (5 persons):
Dental Specialist
Dental Specialist
Dental Specialist
Dental Specialist
Dental Specialist
Medical Laboratory Section (6 persons):
Blood Bank (5 persons):
Radiology Services Section (5 persons):
Diagnostic Radiologist
Physical Therapy Clinic (3 persons):
Orthopedic Cast Clinic (3 persons):
Supply & Service Section (6 persons):
Morale, Welfare, & Recreation Section (3 persons): This section oversees the organization of recreational activities that will promote good morale and welfare for those whom are being cared for at the hospital.


The three surgical teams are probably the busiest within the Hospital. The three surgical teams are assisted by a core team of surgical specialsits who assist the general surgeons in dealing with those medical emergencies that exceed their knowledge or capabilities.

Surgical Team <d> (9 persons):
General Surgeon
General Surgeon
Surgical Nurse
Surgical Nurse
Anesthesiologist
Operating Room Specialist
Operating Room Specialist
Operating Room Specialist
Operating Room Specialist

Surgical Specialist Team (10): The Team is composed of a staff of ten Surgical Specialists, whom are expected to step in and handle those medical emergencies that General Surgeons can not take care of.
Thoracic Surgeon
Orthopedic Surgeon
Neurological Surgeon
Paediatric Surgeon
Urological Surgeon
Vascular Surgeon
Cardiothoracic Surgeon
Maxillofacial Surgeon
Otolaryngologial Surgeon
Plastic Surgeon


Medical Specialist (Urologist)
Medical Specialist (Opththalmologist)


Mortuary Affairs Specialist
Graves Registration Specialist


Marine and Terminal Operations Specialist
Watercraft Operations Specialist
Watercraft Engineering Specialist

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Specialist

Meteorological Services Specialist
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Nice. Ill dig through my files and see if I have any additions.
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Hello...

Hello, I am new to the Morrow Project, but I have a basic idea of how it works. But right now, I have a few questions.

As you know, Natehale1971, you have developed what became known as a "Combined Operations Group." I was just wondering - what are the positions on the Support Team (The team that goes by the prefix ST [Not MS] in the Combined Operations Group)? And of all the teams that there are, how many of each position are there? I was just curious.

I know that this isn't the Combined Operations Group thread, but I thought it would be necessary to note that because of its relations to the material of this thread. I would really appreciate it if you could help me. Thanks!
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I'll post the complete example using the COG for the UP of MI for you to see just how a COG would look like...

Support Teams (1): Morrow Project Support Teams are placed inside supply and maintenance facilitie that are located in a central location of the territory covered by the Combined Operations Group. Support Teams are intendened to work closely with Logistics & Supply Teams in establishing a working supply and support network for reconstruction efforts.
Assigned: Morrow Project Support Team MI-ST-xx
Team Members (24):
(Team Leader),
(Deputy Team Leader),
(Team Communications Specialist),
(Team Medical Specialist),
(Salvage & Recovery Specialist),
(Salvage & Recovery Specialist),
(Salvage & Recovery Specialist),
(Utilities Operation & Maintenance Specialist),
(Utilities Operation & Maintenance Specialist),
(Utilities Operation & Maintenance Specialist),
(Utilities Operation & Maintenance Specialist),
(Equipment Operations Specialist),
(Equipment Operations Specialist),
(Equipment Operations Specialist),
(Equipment Operations Specialist),
(Equipment Maintenance Specialist),
(Equipment Maintenance Specialist),
(Equipment Maintenance Specialist),
(Equipment Maintenance Specialist),
(Machinist),
(Machinist),
(Water Treatment Specialist),
(Water Treatment Specialist),
(Water Treatment Specialist),
Team Vehicles ():
Location: <city/town>, <state>



Logistics & Supply Teams (1): Logistics & Supply Team MI-LS-xx is located in a the small Combined Operations Group logistics & supply facility. Support Team MI-ST-xx was intendened to work close with Logistics & Supply Team MI-LS-xx in establishing a working supply and support network for the reconstruction efforts of the Upper Peninsula.
Assigned: Morrow Project Logistics & Supply Team xx-LS-xx
Team Members (18):
(Team Leader),
(Deputy Team Leader),
(Team Communications Specialist),
(Team Medical Specialist).
(Team Driver-Mechanic),
(Cargo Specialist),
(Shower/Laundry & Clothing Repair Specialist),
(Automated Logistical Specialist),
(Administration Specialist),
(Supply Specialist),
(Logistical Management Supervisor),
(Logistical Management Specialist),
(Logistical Management Specialist),
(Equipment Operations Specialist),
(Equipment Maintenance Supervisor),
(Equipment Maintenance Specialist),
(Equipment Maintenance Specialist),
(Water Treatment Specialist),
Team Vehicles ():
Location: <city/town>, <state>
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Hello...

Thanks a bunch. I can't wait to see it... and I hope you had a Happy 4th!
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Thanks a bunch. I can't wait to see it... and I hope you had a Happy 4th!
your welcome... it was okay. i just really miss my boys. Jack loved getting to see a prade when he first woke up, and seeing fireworks before he went to bed. I got to talk with the boys on the phone, but it doesnt messure to the point of getting to hold them in my arms.

the COG was suppose to be the localized area to organize the MP efforts to rebuild. to act as a core of specialized and trained people who would direct or train the local peoples on how to do the kinds of jobs and carry out the kinds of duties that would be necessary for reconstruction..
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Hello...

I'm glad it was OK Natehale1971. I hope you get to see your boys soon.

Anyway, thanks again for clarifying about the COG. It's a rather interesting concept the Morrow Project is. I really appreciate it for its setting, and its unique point of view to the world. It makes for good stories. But thanks guys! I really appreciate it.
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I'm glad it was OK Natehale1971. I hope you get to see your boys soon.

Anyway, thanks again for clarifying about the COG. It's a rather interesting concept the Morrow Project is. I really appreciate it for its setting, and its unique point of view to the world. It makes for good stories. But thanks guys! I really appreciate it.
thank you.. i hope so too. as soon as i can get the money scrapped together to go, i will be. and your welcome. I decided to show that there was an actual organizational structure for the project to do their job.

And with the idea of a UPS/FedEX type company to act as a cover for the logicistical network would make it all the more feasible for pulling off something as massive as the project without it ever getting out.
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Hello...

Hey, it's me. I have one more question pertaining to teams if you are interested. I was wondering about the Operations Teams (Not the Psychological Operations Teams) - that is it's makeup, like we discussed for the Logistics & Supply and Support Teams. Do you have a personnel roster for the Operations Teams, including plural positions, like with the L&S and Support Teams? I was just wondering. Well you take care now guys. I'm currently waiting for a couple of Morrow Project books as we speak!
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Operations Teams are communications specialists...

Operations Team (OPS): Morrow Project Operations Teams
Data/Communications Maintenance Specialist
Data Network Specialist
Digital Multi-channel Wideband Transmission Equipment Operator
Food Services Specialist
Information Security Specialist
Information Systems Specialist
Network Management Technician
Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Operations Specialist
Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Maintenance Specialist
Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Technician
Signal Systems Support Technician
Tactical Data Network Gateway Systems Specialist
Tactical Network Specialist
Tropospheric Scatter Radio Multi-channel Equipment Operator
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Hello...

Hey - sorry about not replying sooner - the website was down. Anyway, thanks for your input, all of you. It really helps! Take care, and have a good day.
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Hey - sorry about not replying sooner - the website was down. Anyway, thanks for your input, all of you. It really helps! Take care, and have a good day.
sorry about the site being down but for the most part we have pretty good redundancy of hardware now. I will be posting my team details soon. I just need to finish up some map stuff first.
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Most of the time, I have been/played (?) a soft science type in a Recon team.

Examples:
1) Librarian on a Recon Team sent to salvage the library at Un. of Fl. That mission went up in FLAMES....
2) First Contact Specialist on a Recon Team in Kansas. We actually managed to stay alive in that one.
3) The most fun though was when I was part of the Frozen Chosen. Yup, I was in the Reserves. The only difference in our game, versus Last Watch by Timeline, was we had a full load out. We typically had light smg's. I carried an Uzi load. We were awakened by a team that LITTORALLY stumbled upon us. They had opened a supply chache and some one in Morrow Command had left a short note to explore a nearby cave..... Guess where we were??!!?? I was a computer geek in that scenario. did not have much use for my training, but Lord did we have fun....
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3) The most fun though was when I was part of the Frozen Chosen. Yup, I was in the Reserves. The only difference in our game, versus Last Watch by Timeline, was we had a full load out. We typically had light smg's. I carried an Uzi load. We were awakened by a team that LITTORALLY stumbled upon us. They had opened a supply chache and some one in Morrow Command had left a short note to explore a nearby cave..... Guess where we were??!!?? I was a computer geek in that scenario. did not have much use for my training, but Lord did we have fun....

This sounds like a good campaign !
May I get an idea of what else your were kitted out with in your bolt hole.
were there vehicles ? what kind ?
Why so lightly armed ?
Who were you in reserve for ? What type of unit ?
What type of team found you ?
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I had always looked at Frozen Watch Teams as a 'incase of emergency break glass' kind of group... Each of the COGs have a Frozen Watch bunker that contains the cadre of replacement personnel who would be used as the 'core' of a replacement team. If a team was 'wiped-out' because of disease or combat, the COG could replace the personnel with these volunteers. Of course it would only be a new Team Leader, Deputy Team Leader and Communications Specialist (the three team members with all the specialty security levels) who would be responsible for training local volunteers to fill out the rest of the team.

The Forozen Watch facility would be a pretty big bolthole/bunker... These boltholes have the cyrotubes and emergency medical facilities, and would be located in a central area of the COG near the headquarters (if not located in the headquarters).
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This sounds like a good campaign !
May I get an idea of what else your were kitted out with in your bolt hole.
were there vehicles ? what kind ?
Why so lightly armed ?
Who were you in reserve for ? What type of unit ?
What type of team found you ?[/QUOTE]

TO answer your questions:

1) There were six of us FW. 5 had the #9 uzi, 1 had the #18 M10 with HK68A
2) No Vehicles. Nada. We were dependant upon the finding group's transportation.
3) We were armed like we were for two reasons.
a) Since we were all generalists, we had to fit into ANY team or group.
b) The guys who were in the FW LIKED the uzi load.
4) We were reserves for a specific reason. Our TL was trusted with one of MP's most guarded secret. More on that in a moment.
5) We were found by a Recon unit, operating in SW Kansas. They were NOT expecting us!!!!! They opened a supply cache...and amidst the boxes of stuff was a note addressed to the TL.... OPEN NOW!!!! That letter led the team to our little cave....and presto....five more warm bodies....and one very nervous TL on our side.....

Upon awakening and general backslaping all around, or TL got with the finding TL for a quick briefing. Once he heard the situation, (Typical SNAFU...no Prime, MANY years too late....etc) he turned to me, and in the most serious voice I ever heard from him..

"Mike, fire up your computer, please."

"Sure, Boss...One moment...Online...What do you want?"

"Type AW91WT..."

At this, another FW guy spoke...like he was in a trance...

"Q6BP1A....."

And a third guy spoke...This was getting weird....

"3Y0ZE2....Press Enter"

My little laptop considered this amalgam of letters and numbers.....it beeped and displayed some very disturbing news...

"UHHH, Boss, I think this is for you..."

"I'm sure it is..." My TL turned to the other TL....

"Jack...everyone....you all know that we were supposed to contact Prime Base on emergance. Jack told me what has happened..."(LONG Pause)

"Ladies and gentlemen...I now have the co-ordinates for Prime Base Beta...
We are going to go there and try and figure out what happened to Alpha, and if what happened is what I think happened, we are going to start to fix it."

You guessed it....We were the ultimate backup plan...If things had gone as they were supposed to, my TL would never have started the code sequence. The other guys were in a deep seated hypnotic trance, triggered by the first part of the code. They had no idea they had part of the code.

It took us three weeks to get to where we had to go...a very simple corn silo in the middle of a Nebraska field....

It took us two months of VERY slow work to get into and explore Prime Beta....

But more on that later.....
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I'm pretty familiar with HK and their line of weapons but I am not sure what a 68A is, can you enlighten me Mike.
That definitely sounds like this campaign got even more interesting as you dug deeper.
I like the fact that you started out with the bone bare basics and still carried out your mission. I like those kind of challenges.
Do tell us more
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I'm pretty familiar with HK and their line of weapons but I am not sure what a 68A is, can you enlighten me Mike.
That definitely sounds like this campaign got even more interesting as you dug deeper.
I like the fact that you started out with the bone bare basics and still carried out your mission. I like those kind of challenges.
Do tell us more

Sorry Stoner63, I mistyped. It was the HK69A1 40 mm grenade launcher.

The scenario WAS very taxing. there were a total of eleven of us. 5 recon's and 6 fw's. The GM didn't give us ANYTHING for free....We had to write down EVERYTHING we carried into Prime Beta...Why? He made us account for all of our water, food, etc.... It was good that the Recon team had just found a cache... Their TL was wondering why there were four ration packs and numerous five liter water bladders...That was for all of us to use..

Just getting INTO Prime Beta was a chore...the entrance way had to be found...then dug out...then the door had three card slots. One for any team member..one for the Recon TL and one for our TL...But figuring out which card went where took a little time.

Once we opened Prime Beta, we had to make choices. How many went in? With what? Did any one stay "on top" as security? Who and what did they have?

Basically, eight of us went into Prime Beta with our LBE's, pistols, pistol ammo, coveralls, boots, M1 CBR, Medkit, compass, generator flashlight, AN/PRC-68 commo gear, backpacks, cooking kit, bedroll, 50 meters of rope, and as much food and water as we could carry. We had two SN/TVS-5 infa-red binoculars and four batteries...The hope being we could find power supplies in three hundred eighty four hours...sixteen days...not QUITE the endurance of our batteries....otherwise we would have to evacuate and re-think...

EVERYTHING else stayed "On top" with the three security folks (read NPC's). They had ALL of our long arms, grenades, the rest of our ammo, plenty of food and water,
the V-150 APC, and all of the other "toys" that Morrow Teams tend to accumulate. The guys "on top" had orders to hold the entrance from a distance of 500 Meters...and if they could not hold their strong point, they were to drive AWAY>>>>slow enough to draw any unfriendlies.

Meanwhile, WE would "close and lock the door." Yeah, unfriendlies might find the entrance..and then be faced with two METERS of case hardened steel..and three card slots...at the bottom of a six foot deep hole. Did I mention that the door opened IN???

Our TL was in charge. Basically we were to stay close together, No one more than one hundred meters away from anyone else. No one wondering off to "See what was over THERE". We were not expecting trouble....but....

More later.

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Ah, the HK 69...the sawed-off M-79 that should've been ! One of my favorites, a good choice !
I like the sound of your GM or Project Director, sounds like he did a lot of work on the campaign and wasn't letting too much slide. It can be hard on the players but can also bring out the best in everyone's imaginations.
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Ah, the HK 69...the sawed-off M-79 that should've been ! One of my favorites, a good choice !
I like the sound of your GM or Project Director, sounds like he did a lot of work on the campaign and wasn't letting too much slide. It can be hard on the players but can also bring out the best in everyone's imaginations.
You better believe he thought it out. He had been running a campaign with the two guys and two ladies of the recon team. They had done well in various situations. Then here come four more people who know Morrow Project and want to join in the fun...

As I remember what he said: "I was trying to think up a new direction for the Recon team. I set up some scenarios and rolled some percentile dice....I'll be damned if they didn't come up "00". And on my list, 00 ment Prime Base...Well I could not think of a way to get the team from the Mid-West to Nevada...Then I remember something out of TM1-1. One of the playtests HAD a second Prime Base...Sooo I built Prime Base Beta...in Nebraska."

And we were the "lucky" souls who had to find it. Then we had to keep it until we could get enough surviving Morrow Personnel into the area to properly man the thing...I mean we needed to find over two hundred people who could try to get the Morrow Project back on line...

I later read the module Prime Base. I am glad our GM did NOT include Phoenix!!! We had ENOUGH trouble with searching the base, then finding staffers, then finding other teams to act as bodyguard, then find and KILL Krell...(We failed MISERABLY in that...) We certainly could have used their skills in putting a cap into Krell's forehead...So we had to do the dirty work ourselves...We SADLY underestimated the deviousness of our GM...We found out MUCH later that Krell not only had freeze technology...he had cloning tech as well...it seems the Krell had at least two younger "brothers"....
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Wow ! That GM had his ducks in a row and had the experience to make you suffer from every wrong move !
How did you find other MP personnel ? More notes or did hack something up on your deck from someplace.
My Krell info is weak and all of my MP stuff is in storage could you give me a Krell brief.
I am getting ready for a long range campaign via e-mail or something and was wondering if you had and updated info that would help.
Been ages since I had the Ol' TM-11 in front of me !
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Wow ! That GM had his ducks in a row and had the experience to make you suffer from every wrong move !
How did you find other MP personnel ? More notes or did hack something up on your deck from someplace.
My Krell info is weak and all of my MP stuff is in storage could you give me a Krell brief.
I am getting ready for a long range campaign via e-mail or something and was wondering if you had and updated info that would help.
Been ages since I had the Ol' TM-11 in front of me !
TO answer your questions:

1) We found the other Morrow personnel by bringing up the P.B.B. computers and looking for them. We needed weeks of work just to figure out how the damn things worked. (They did not run Windows, Mac, or Linux...some wierd combination therof...We called MOS...Morrow Operating System.)
2)Krell: THere are several theories on Krell.
a) He was a madman who happened onto a Morrow bolthole, figured everything out and started from there.
b) He was a disgruntled Morrow person. There is a mention of an employee being fired from Morrow because he had the idea that Prime Base Alpha should be in the old atomic test grounds in southern Nevada.
c) He was an evangilistic minister that went over the edge when he somehow found out that Morrow existed. He had PROOF that TEOTWAWKI was coming and we mortal humans were going to try to do something about it. Hence the religious overtones to Krell propaganda. (This is from one of the GM's I played with...and my personal favorite!!)

If you need another warm body for your E-mail game, please consider a slighly crazed Irishman..(With a last name of O'Donnell, I gots to be crazy??!!??)
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Our games always had Krell as being one of the people on the Council for Tomorrow, and the Protoge of Bruce E. morrow himself. Thus the reason why he knew SO MUCH about the Morrow Project, its goals, it's personnel and it's assets. We had done alot of things about the Warriors of Krell (i'll post the pictures of the Krell flag/banner when i get the chance), and I'll probly start a thread of Warriors of Krell info as soon as i find the files...

The Krell empire had the following social strata...

Krell and his 'Imperial Family'
The Royal Families: Krell Krell's lieutenants and their families. This is composed of Krell's most trusted inner circle that has been with Krell since before TEOTWAWKI. they are royality in the Krell Empire, and swear oaths of loyality to Krell.
The Noble families: These are middle management and administrators of Krell's empire.
The gentry: these are citizens of the Empire... the merchants and low-level mangers of the empire.
Slaves/Serfs (includes the harem of concubines he keeps.. some of the women in the harem never actually saw him since he slept through the entire time they where in the herem)
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Mike,
There's always room for one more the way I see it but it may be a while before it gets going. Waiting for my package in the mail as it stands myself.
When I know more I will pass it on and I guess an Irishman can fight next to a Sicilian as long as were both shooting in the same direction !! LOL

Nate,
That's some good info. I would enjoy seeing that in a briefing packet format with some of that excellent artwork of yours !
In another thread we were talking MP uniforms and personal gear. I had the idea of having some photos taken of MP operators in action so to speak. A kind mock-umentary photo series.
I figure that there would be some necessary documentation done by MP field personnel for Higher.
Any suggestions ?
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