For those on Reserve Status, please note that there is an Button in the left Column of the Home page to maintain this status with the Chief of Staff (CoS). Please state why you need to be placed on or continued in reserve, so the CoS can respond. And remember, you need to do this within 90 days or at least log into the website. If this is a prolonged Reserve request, or of a personal nature, you can also PM the CoS and he will update the Fleet Roster Spreadsheet with a note - since the CoS position does change hands from time to time.
Regards and Happy Hunting,
VADM JT Kerry
7th Fleet Chief of Communications
Last edited by VADM JT Kerry on 04/26/19 13:46; edited 2 times in total
This is where the blue button sent me. This is my formal request to maintain my Reserve Status. I am currently still trying to put myself back through school and working 50+ hours a week to do so. I'm not always sure when I am able to commit to a fleet event so ask to maintain reserve status if possible.
I would like to be placed on Fleet Reserve, as my life is about to get even busier and I am unsure how much time I would be able to commit to fleet activities. Needless to say, I'll be back. Just life getting in the way of fun.
Subject: re: What to do when an old member asks to add him
Date: October 5th, 2018 2:59 am
I apollogize for my abcense. I have been away taking care of my wife who was pregnate and now new born son. Being Mr. Mom, you can imagin that my free time all but gone and I do not have much time for gaming.
I really don't want to be placed in reserve status again. However, in light of the new addition to the family. Perhaps it is best I be placed on recerve status untill I can aford the time again.
Thank you once again.
VADM JT Kerry, 7th Fleet Chief of Communications, USS Astoria, "Lucky" 7th Fleet, Starfleet Command, UFP
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