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Carrack with kill-on-site order shortly after it entered service

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'''''Gronald’s Hope''''' was a [[2948]] [[Carrack|civilian Carrack]] which was issued an unusual kill-on-site order by the [[Advocacy]] shortly after it entered service. It was identified entering the [[Kellog|Kellog system]] three days after the issue was ordered and it was successfully intercepted by a contingent of mercenary pilots. Details of the reason for the kill order have never been released, although speculation is rampant that the government had received intelligence that the Gronald’s Hope’s crew had contracted some form of previously encountered plague.<ref name="jp">{{Cite Jump Point|title=Whitley's Guide: Anvil Aerospace Carrack|volume=8|month=2|startpage=19|endpage=19|accessdate=2020-03-26}}</ref>
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'''''Gronald’s Hope''''' was a [[2948]] [[Carrack|civilian Carrack]] which was issued an unusual kill-on-site order by the [[Advocacy]] shortly after it entered service. It was identified entering the [[Kellog|Kellog system]] three days after the issue was ordered and it was successfully intercepted by a contingent of mercenary pilots. Details of the reason for the kill order have never been released, although speculation is rampant that the government had received intelligence that the ''Gronald’s Hope’s'' crew had contracted some form of previously encountered plague.<ref name="jp">{{Cite Jump Point|title=Whitley's Guide: Anvil Aerospace Carrack|volume=8|month=2|startpage=19|endpage=19|accessdate=2020-03-26}}</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 07:44, 26 March 2020

Gronald’s Hope was a 2948 civilian Carrack which was issued an unusual kill-on-site order by the Advocacy shortly after it entered service. It was identified entering the Kellog system three days after the issue was ordered and it was successfully intercepted by a contingent of mercenary pilots. Details of the reason for the kill order have never been released, although speculation is rampant that the government had received intelligence that the Gronald’s Hope’s crew had contracted some form of previously encountered plague.[1]

References

  1. Ben Lesnick. "Whitley's Guide: Anvil Aerospace Carrack". Jump Point. Vol. 8 no. 2. pp.19. Retrieved 2020-03-26.