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In 2261 he and his ship were assigned to the illegal blockade of [[Proxima 3]] ordered by President [[Morgan Clark]]. He went to great lengths to avoid attacking civilian targets while stationed there.
 
In 2261 he and his ship were assigned to the illegal blockade of [[Proxima 3]] ordered by President [[Morgan Clark]]. He went to great lengths to avoid attacking civilian targets while stationed there.
   
During the [[Battle of Proxima 3]], Captain MacDougan broke radio silence and opened communications with Captain [[John Sheridan]]. Following this conversation, the MacDougan refused to engage the [[Whitestar]] fleet, feeling that it would be an action in support of illegal orders.
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During the [[Battle of Proxima 3]], Captain MacDougan broke radio silence and opened communications with Captain [[John Sheridan]]. Following this conversation, MacDougan refused to engage the [[Whitestar]] fleet, feeling that it would be an action in support of illegal orders.
   
 
As a result, Captain [[Trevor Hall]] promoted Commander [[William Philby]] and ordered him to take command of the Vesta. He preceded to bring the Vesta into the fight, but only for a short time. The crew of the Vesta "postponed" Philby's promotion, and returned command to MacDougan. He ordered the Vesta to stand down, and declared his ship non-hostile to the Whitestar fleet.
 
As a result, Captain [[Trevor Hall]] promoted Commander [[William Philby]] and ordered him to take command of the Vesta. He preceded to bring the Vesta into the fight, but only for a short time. The crew of the Vesta "postponed" Philby's promotion, and returned command to MacDougan. He ordered the Vesta to stand down, and declared his ship non-hostile to the Whitestar fleet.

Revision as of 06:12, May 8, 2008

Edward "Mackie" MacDougan is the commander of the EAS Vesta.

In 2261 he and his ship were assigned to the illegal blockade of Proxima 3 ordered by President Morgan Clark. He went to great lengths to avoid attacking civilian targets while stationed there.

During the Battle of Proxima 3, Captain MacDougan broke radio silence and opened communications with Captain John Sheridan. Following this conversation, MacDougan refused to engage the Whitestar fleet, feeling that it would be an action in support of illegal orders.

As a result, Captain Trevor Hall promoted Commander William Philby and ordered him to take command of the Vesta. He preceded to bring the Vesta into the fight, but only for a short time. The crew of the Vesta "postponed" Philby's promotion, and returned command to MacDougan. He ordered the Vesta to stand down, and declared his ship non-hostile to the Whitestar fleet.

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