|USS NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENTS|
|CMD||STRATEGIC||OPS||CONN||ENG||SEC||TAC||INTEL||MED||SCI||M.A.C.O. Soldiers||M.A.C.O. Operatives||M.A.C.O. Flight||CIV|
|Senior Officer:||Erib P'Trell|
- 1 Summary
- 2 Positions & Roles
- 3 Operations Command Positions
- 4 Operations
- 5 Personnel Services
- 6 Flight Deck/Shuttlebay Positions
- 7 Operations Policies and Procedures
- 8 Notable Places
The operations department is responsible for keeping ship systems functioning properly, rerouting power, bypassing relays, and doing whatever else is necessary to keep the ship operating at peak efficiency. It is also responsible for overseeing the allocation of ship resources to the various departments, ensuring that every department gets the resources they require.
Operations is also tasked with coordinating maintenance schedules between the various departments, and is accountable for the success or failure of these maintenances.
Positions & Roles
Operations Command Positions
|Chief Operations Officer|
|Officer||QTY: 1||The Chief Operations Officer has the primary responsibility of ensuring that ship functions, such as the use of the lateral sensor array, do not interfere with one and another. S/he must prioritize resource allocations, so that the most critical activities can have every chance of success. If so required, s/he can curtail shipboard functions if s/he thinks they will interfere with the ship's current mission or routine operations.
The Chief Operations Officer oversees the Operations department, and is a member of the senior staff.
|Assistant Chief Operations Officer|
|Officer||QTY: 1||The Chief Operations Officer cannot man the bridge at all times. Extra personnel are needed to relive and maintain ship operations. The Operations Officers are thus assistants to the Chief, fulfilling his/her duties when required, and assuming the Operations consoles if required at any time.
The Assistant Chief Operations Officer is the second-in-command of the Operations Department, and can assume the role of Chief Operations Officer on a temporary or permanent basis if so needed.
|Officer||QTY: 4||The Chief Operations Officer cannot man the bridge at all times. Extra personnel are needed to relive and maintain ship operations. The Operations Officers are thus assistants to the Chief, fulfilling his/her duties when required, and assuming the Operations consoles if required at any time.
The Operations Officer reports to the Chief Operations Officer.
|Senior Computer Officer|
|Officer||QTY: 1||The Computer Systems Specialist is a specialized Engineer. The new generation of Computer systems are highly developed. This system needs much maintenance and the Computer Systems Specialist was introduced to relieve the Science Officer, whose duty this was in the very early days.
A small team is assigned to the Computer Systems Specialist, which is made up from NCO personnel assigned by the Assistant and Chief Engineer. The Computer Systems Specialist reports to the Assistant and Chief Engineer.
|Chief Computer Specialist|
|Senior Computer Specialist|
|Senior Communications Officer|
|Chief Communications Technician|
|Senior Communications Technician|
|Senior Sensor Officer|
|Environmental Systems Officer|
|Environmental Systems Specialist|
|Transporter Systems Officer|
|Officer||QTY: 1||This individual is responsible for every one of the ship's transporter pads, both cargo and personnel. The Transporter Chief reports to the Chief Operations Officer.|
|Officer||QTY: 1||The Quartermaster specializes in distributing supplies and provisions to personnel aboard the vessel. In addition, the Quartermaster controls all physical assignments to quarters throughout the vessel.|
|Chief Quartermaster's Mate|
|Senior Quartermaster's Mate|
Flight Deck/Shuttlebay Positions
The ground crew for each plane is made up of engineers and specialists in different areas of support: Electronic, Mechanical, Ordinance, Engineering and General Support. Along with these NCO’s, a bevy of ground support and operations personnel work behind the scenes to make a squadron into the fierce fighting unit it is.
|Chief of Support Craft Operations|
|Officer||QTY: 1||The Chief Support Craft Officer of the starship maintains inventory and requisitions of supplies and materiel for both shuttles and the squadron, ranging from replacement fighters and ordinance to field rations and tricorders. A miracle worker in combat situations, the logistics officer has the hard job of keeping everyone supplied and thus, happy.|
|Officer||QTY: 3||The Support Craft Officer has the daunting task of coordinating the launch and retrieval of shuttles and fighters from takeoff to passage through their air/space to a craft’s landing. The Flight Operations Officer also maintains sensor data on the base facilities surrounding airspace, including weather/stellar information and data on craft in the area.|
|Enlisted||QTY: 10||The Support Craft Specialist assists the Flight Operations Officer where needed and is authorized to act as a Flight Deck Officer in his/her supervisor's absence.|
117 people (27 Officer and 90 Enlisted) make up the Operations Department. The following are the Key Positions.
- Chief Operations Officer
- Transporter Chief
- Chief Support Craft Officer
To read more about these roles, and the other roles in the command department, please see this Main Article.
Operations Policies and Procedures
- Access Codes
- Computer Access Levels
- Duty Roster
- LCARS Administration
- Mission Operations
- Operating Modes
- Personnel Allocation
- Resource Allocation
- USS Black Hawk Specifications
- Chief Operations Officer's Office, Deck 13
- Main Engineering, Deck 19
- Cargo Bays, Deck 11 & 22
- Engineering Workshop, Deck 18
- Sensor Control, Deck 14
- Transporter Room, Deck 4, Deck 6
- Environmental Control, Deck 6
- Computer Core, Deck 10
|IMPORTANT ERRATA||Operations Department • Operations Positions • Access Codes • Bio-neural circuitry • Communications • Computer Access Levels • Duty Roster • LCARS Administration • Mission Operations • ODN Network • Operating Modes • Personnel Allocation • Resource Allocation • Transportation • Ship Specifications|
|NOTABLE LOCATIONS||Chief Operations Officer's Office • Computer Core • Main Engineering • Auxiliary Control|
|PERSONNEL FUNCTIONS||Alert Status • Cabin Assignments • Computer Access Levels • Deck Listing • Department Head • Duty Roster • Operating Modes • Security Clearances • Rank Guide • Rank Comparisons • Uniforms|
|DEPARTMENTS||Command • Strategic Operations • Operations • Flight Control • Engineering • Security • Tactical • Intelligence • Medical • Science • Starfighter Squadron • Marines • MACO • Civilians|