Starfleet Task Force 1 – A Star Trek Online Federation Fleet
Greetings captain and welcome to the Starfleet Task Force 1 website. Starfleet Task Force 1 is a Star Trek Online Federation Fleet that was formed on star date 91063.13 (16 June 2013) and has grown to almost 500 members. Our members are from all corners of the world and of all walks of life. Our facilities include a Tier IV Starbase and a fully upgraded Dilithium Mine.
Starfleet Task Force 1 operates in a “no pressure” environment; it is our goal that Fleet Personnel have fun playing Star Trek Online first and foremost. Starfleet Task Force 1 completely understands that the real-world comes first. This is the core tenant of Starfleet Task Force 1 and our sister Klingon Defense Force Fleet, The House of Martok.
For those starship captains that want more out of their fleet and are looking to join our command ranks, we have opportunities for you too. Our Fleet Promotion System gives members several opportunities to join our command ranks by Fleet Holding contributions and participating in our Fleet Departments, which include Command, Operations, and Tactical; giving you several opportunities advance within the fleet and to help mold Starfleet Task Force 1 into one of the strongest Federation fleets in the galaxy.
Starfleet Task Force 1 is currently recruiting both new and veteran players; if you are a casual or hardcore gamer; if you enjoy PvP or PvE, we have a place in our ranks for you. If you are new to Star Trek Online, our friendly and diverse fleet is more than willing and able to help you along the way and get the most out of your gaming experience.
It is with great pleasure that the Starfleet Task Force One Senior Staff announces our next Fleet wide contest. Starting on May 8, 2014 all Fleet Members with the Fleet Rank of Captain and below (yes, that excludes Vice Admirals, Admirals and the Fleet Admiral only) will be entered and will be eligible for their chance to win their share of over 170 million Energy Credits worth of prizes, including a Hirogen Hunter Heavy Escort and four (4) Fleet Ship Modules.
Here are the items up for grabs:
Grand Prize: Choice of Hirogen Hunter Heavy Escort or 4 Fleet Ship Modules - Winner's Pick*
First Prize: Choice of Hirogen Hunter Heavy Escort or 4 Fleet Ship Modules - Remaining Item*
Second Prize: 250 Contraband or Aegis Set (shield, deflector dish and impulse engine) - Second Place Pick**
Third Prize: 250 Contraband or Aegis Set (shield, deflector dish and impulse engine) - Remaining Item**
Fourth Prize: Aegis Set (shield, deflector dish and impulse engine)
Fifth Prize: 1 Fleet Ship Module
Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Prize: 5, 4, 3 or 2 Lockbox Keys respectively
Here's where the (*) is explained: Now, you might be wondering how the Grand Prize and First Prize can get the same things; well, the Grand Prize winner of this contest gets to pick either the Hirogen Hunter Heavy Escort or the Fleet Ship Modules. The first prize winner, will get the unselected item. (**) Second prize winner has a choice of either 250 Contraband or an Aegis Set. Third prize winner will get the unselected item.
The contest rules are simple, donate to Dilithium, Duty Officers, and/or replicatable items to the Fleet Holdings’ Upgrade Projects during the contest time (sorry, fleet marks will not be available to donate during this contest) for your chance at one of the above stated items. All Fleet Members will be automatically entered into the contest when it starts, and your current overall contributions will be marked. At the end of the contest, we will take your contributions and calculate the winners. We estimate that this project will run at least two (2) weeks depending on how many Fleet Members contribute during the contest time frame.
A Special Thank You
We would like to extend a special thank you to Vice Admiral Ben for his generous donation of the five (5) Fleet Ship Modules. We would also like to thank Admiral Garen for donating two (2) complete Aegis Sets, Admiral Collins for donating the Lockbox Keys and Vice Admiral Freeman for his donation of the Hirogen Hunter Heavy Escort .
The Not So Small Print
Now, as mentioned before, the prizes total over 170 million Energy Credits and there was even some real money involved as well. With that being said, we do have a small and completely doable goal that we need to meet to consider the Grand and First Prize awards. What we are looking for is at least 20 fleet members contributing 50,000 worth of donations to this contest, totaling 1,000,000 fleet credits worth of donations. We have tried to make it fair to those who participate in the contest, the people that donated the awesome prizes and the fleet as a whole. With your help, we can make this happen and you can walk away with some nice prizes.
Thank you in advance for your participation and good luck!
A big congratulations to Olin@kaykalor who was our winner for the recent Facebook Competition. We will run this competition again in the future and hopefully reach our goal of 150 likes. Well done again to Olin@kaykalor
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