A quick draft I threw together to send to our newest pilot, Sandi.Sketch, this letter assumes the pack you're putting together has both the regular pitchfork patch and the Intel patch, by all means, correct me if that isn't the case and I can reword as needed.Let me know what anyone thinks:Greetings Pilot Gardiner!Welcome to Operation Pitchfork. You have chosen to valiantly help us defend the homes of humanity against the scourge of the Vanduul where the UEE have been unwilling to do so for us. You are and always be welcome among those who wear this patch of honour. A mark of the brave few who stood up against the Vanduul and said 'No. This far and no futher!'. You will be remembered forever among those who will show the UEE that their dismal efforts to defend us against these predators are unacceptable and that the citizens of the UEE will stand for themselves without their assistance if need be.Further more, as you have enlisted with the intelligence branch of Pitchfork, you also have earned a special place among Pitchforkers. The elite few who have gone behind enemy lines in the depths of secrecy to bring us what information you can. There is no more dangerous or vital a role and volunteering for this high risk duty has earned you the intelligence patch, symbolic of the extreme danger you have and will face against the Vanduul hordes. Wear it well, as it grants you a great deal of prestige among the brave few who stood for humanity.Fly well, pilot Gardiner. Wherever danger lies, there will always be a Pitchforker to fly with you. And above all, fly safe.Signed,(Sailor? Marcus? Someone in charge of 'recruiting'?)
Lol, 'McMurphy' was listed for you somewhere, I just ran with it since you're running intel on the op.
I think that reword works better, but I thought the idea was to have her 'report' to someone?
That McMurphy fellow would be an imposter then, please shoot on sight
While the nature of operation pitchfork's principles does not exclude the idea voluntary organizing into hierarchies, the idea that someone who is new and who did not make an actual visible commitment to a hierarchy or chain of command, must 'report' to someone is actually a bit against the voluntary principles of pitchfork and sends the wrong message ;-)
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