Galnet News

OCT 3307

SEP 3307

AUG 3307

JUL 3307

JUN 3307

MAY 3307

APR 3307

MAR 3307

FEB 3307

JAN 3307

DEC 3306

NOV 3306

OCT 3306

SEP 3306

JUN 3306

JAN 3306

DEC 3305

NOV 3305

OCT 3305

SEP 3305

AUG 3305

JUL 3305

JUN 3305

MAY 3305

APR 3305

MAR 3305

FEB 3305

JAN 3305

DEC 3304

NOV 3304

OCT 3304

SEP 3304

AUG 3304

JUL 3304

JUN 3304

MAY 3304

APR 3304

MAR 3304

FEB 3304

JAN 3304

DEC 3303

NOV 3303

OCT 3303

SEP 3303

AUG 3303

JUL 3303

JUN 3303

MAY 3303

APR 3303

MAR 3303

FEB 3303

JAN 3303

DEC 3302

NOV 3302

OCT 3302

SEP 3302

AUG 3302

JUL 3302

JUN 3302

MAY 3302

APR 3302

MAR 3302

FEB 3302

JAN 3302

DEC 3301

NOV 3301

OCT 3301

SEP 3301

AUG 3301

JUL 3301

JUN 3301

MAY 3301

APR 3301

MAR 3301

FEB 3301

JAN 3301

JUN 3301

28 JAN 3301

Mistaken Identity Leads to Outrage Amongst Explorers’ Association

In a surprising twist to a story published earlier in the week, it would appear that the man previously believed to have been Commander Kamzel of the DSS Beagle, was in fact an imposter who had stolen the Commander’s identity in order to try and sell millions of credits worth of bogus data.

According to the real Commander Kamzel’s support team, the last communiqué from the intrepid explorer had come just days before the imposter had carried out his plan to impersonate the Commander. The communiqué in question stated that the Commander’s trusty ASP, the DSS Beagle, had received significant damage while in the outer reaches of the galaxy.

Lincoln station security services believe that the imposter managed to intercept the message to Kamzel’s team, at which point the thief decided to take advantage of the uncertainty surrounding the fate of the DSS Beagle in order to steal millions of credits.

It is believed that Commander Kamzel is currently on his way towards the Scutum-Centaurus arm, at which point he will attempt to send an encrypted signal to his team in case a rescue operation is needed.