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Cptn Corizon

A Letter from the Commander-in-Chief

DATE: September 31, 2385

TO: Captain Ah-Windu Corizon, Commanding Officer, USS Excalibur

FROM: Nainetta Charlene Bacco, President of the United Federation of Planets

RE: Retirement


It has been brought to my attention that you have tendered your resignation of your commission as as Captain in Starfleet.

My first duty is to thank you for nearly thirty years of consecutive service to the Federation of Planets in the line of duty. According to your personnel file, you have served in nearly every major conflict the Federation and Starfleet have been part of during your tenure, and have served with exception and distinction, earning some of the highest honors to bestowed upon officers of Starfleet, including the Christopher Pike Medal of Valor, the Karagite Order of Heroism, and the Cochrane Medal of Excellence. Along with your twice awarded Purple Heart and a Prisoner of War medal, these honors are evidence of a career and lifetime spent working for the good of the Federation. Your tireless devotion to the Federation and Starfleet is an example for other officers to follow.

On a more personal note, I would like to thank your for your sacrifices in the line of duty. Though your methods have not always been orthodox, you have continually maintained a devotion to the core values of the Federation. While I wish that circumstances had allowed you to continue your career in Starfleet, I hope that your retirement will not be the end of your service to the Federation. It would be a mistake, I believe, for you to completely disengage from public service and in the future I hope that you will explore the opportunities for civilian involvement in governance.

Again I wish to thank you for your service to Starfleet and the Federation and wish you the best as you transition into a new phase of your life.


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