Soon to be ex-captain unless she manages not to return. No organization can allow anyone to poach personnel that have been detached to other duties (which includes medical treatment). Of course, the decision to ensure weapons are provided to those undergoing therapy runs against the usual thought process even with a military.
“Medical log, supplemental:
“This afternoon, Captain Guzman and two Security ensigns entered my clinic and forcibly apprehended my patient Lt. Truong Vu, whom I’d been seeing in group therapy for profound post-traumatic stress disorder…
“…Truong has also exhibited habitual drunkenness, but without more information I see that more as a side effect of PTSD than definite alcoholism. Even so, he’d come in voluntarily for help with the alcohol. I prescribed medium duration Antabuse, transdermal, and had just administered it. Truong is not ready, and has not been cleared, for active duty…
“…I am concerned in this log-entry more with the disturbing interest Guzmán displayed in pursuing Truong. The Potemkin is very well staffed with security/MACO. I would recommend immediately upon the conclusion of her present mission that Captain Guzmán be seen for obsessive-compulsive disorder and unresolved attachment disorder…”
Ha! This is fantastic!
This is sweet! I smell spinoff with the doctor!
Interesting to see him get shanghaied like that, and would wonder if the Doctor would have the authority to contact base security and if they would be able to do anything before they take off for deep space? Also, wondering what is the Captains long game here, because this seems off to me, unless they are trying to be a maverick.
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