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CMA Season of Plenty: Misc

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Season of Plenty
Production information
Class

Colony Ship (probable)

Technical specifications
Slipspace Drive

Shaw-Fujikawa Translight Engine

Slipspace velocity

2.625 lightyears per day

Navigation system

AI Lorelei or navigation computer

Usage
Role(s)

Transport supplies for new colonies

Earliest sighting

September 22, 2489

Latest sighting

November 27, 2489

Affiliation

UNSC Navy, Colonial Military Administration

Known owner(s)

UNSC/CMA

Known crewmembers
  [Source]

The Colonial Military Administration Season of Plenty was a human ship prior to the Insurrection.

Contents

Background

Its primary purpose was ferrying supplies to aid in the establishment of new colonies and settlements. The Season of Plenty has the distinction of being the first ship on which future-Admiral Preston Cole served.[1]

Operational History

On September 22, 2489, the ship was helping to establish a new city dubbed "Lazy Acres" on a world called Paradise Falls. As the ship was preparing to leave, its new "smart" AI, Lorelei, went offline for routine maintenance. Rather than reboot the backup intelligence, Lieutenant Commander Nevel ordered Ensign Otto Seinmann to brush up on his Shaw multivariate calculus by performing a rough slipspace calculation by hand.

Instead of doing the calculation himself, Seinmann performed a rough version in one minute, then had Crewman Apprentice Preston Cole finish his work for him. Seinmann's plan backfired when Nevel found out. Nevel was impressed when he saw that Cole had actually come up with a new way of calculating input parameters, and recommended the crewman for reassignment to Luna OCS Academy.

Complement

The ship had a very crowded bridge, and had auxiliary stations on the ceiling and floor in case the rotating segment failed and simulated gravity was lost.

Known Crew Members

Sources

  1. Halo: Evolutions - Essential Tales of the Halo Universe, page 421

This article uses material from the "CMA Season of Plenty" article on the Halo wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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