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I have a handful of updates for you this month, and most of them are in regards to staff positions. So let's get started!
First off, I'd like to welcome to the PFA Rear Admiral Niamh Devane, or as most of you probably know her, Amethyst! Amethyst brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position, as well as a detailed plan for how the Fleet can better serve our commanding officers and members through the Pegasus Fleet Academy. She has previously served the Fleet as an Academy instructor and the TF56 Commanding Officer, which she will continue to hold
Today I am excited to announce that we have a new Academy Commandant. Please welcome to the PFA Rear Admiral Niamh Devane, or as most of you probably know her, Amethyst! Amethyst brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position, as well as a detailed plan for how the Fleet can better serve our commanding officers and members through the Pegasus Fleet Academy. She has previously served the Fleet as an Academy instructor and the TF56 Commanding Officer, which she will continue to hold in the interim. Amethyst also commands the USS Astraea.
Today I have some sad news from our Academy Commandant, Rear Admiral James Kaz. I'll let him explain more:
...Everyone, I'd like to let you all know I will be stepping down from the Admiralty, and my spot as Academy Commandant. Unfortunately I have found that I do not have the time to do everything that comes with helping run a community, or running the Academy. This is partly due to my job, due to the hours that I have there, and the rota that I'm currently on. I would also like to apologize, as quite a few of the things I had said
I hope everyone had a great July. I know it was a tougher month for me personally, but that doesnât mean that we havenât been busy. So letâs get to it.
First things first, Iâd like to give some special recognition to the USS Astrea and the USS Asger, both of which had incredible months, clocking in at more than one hundred posts each! I know quantity isnât the only thing that makes a sim great, but nevertheless it is a very impressive achievement. Congratulations to the crews of both sims!
We also have three new sims joining us this month.
Really starting to love all these announcements! Please give a rousing Pegasus Fleet welcome to Captain Drell, CO of the USS Vesta, a legacy ship that is returning to our ranks under the new COs command! Captain Drell, better known as Doug on Discord, is excited to be taking the ship back out in TF56, and so are the rest of us! Welcome back to the center chair, Captain! Looking forward to seeing where you'll take us!
Visit the USS Vesta!
It is with great pleasure that I announce the official return of one of your former COs. the USS Poseidon is coming back out of mothballs are her CO (Drakomis on Discord) has returned and is ready to take her out again! Operating out of TF11, the USS Poseidon will take to the stars again, and we can't wait to see where they'll go! Welcome back, Commander! And good luck!
This past month hasnât seen a lot of new business, but that doesnât mean that Iâm short on announcements. June saw the addition of two new staff members and a few new commanding officers. So letâs get to it.
First off, a few weeks back we said farewell to Rear Admiral Thompson as he stepped down from the PFA to focus on other projects. Iâd like to thank Admiral Thompson for everything that he has done for the Fleet. He has been with the PFA for a long time, and in that time has led many projects and worked with many members of the Fleet. Itâs not