Marcus: Thank you for convening on such short notice. Be seated. By now, some of you have heard what happened in London. The target was a Starfleet data archive. Now it’s a damned hole in the ground, 42 men and women are dead. One hour ago, I received a message from a Starfleet officer, who confessed to coming out this attack, that he was being forced to do it by this man, commander Thon Harrison. He’s one of our own. And he is the man responsible for this act of savagery. For reasons unknown, John Harrison has just declared. A one-men war against Starfleet. And under no circumstance, are we to allow this man to escape Federation space. You here tonight represent the senior command of all the vessels in the region.And in the name of those we lost. You will run this bastard down. This is a manhunt, pure, and simple, so let's get to work. Earth's perimeter senors have not detected any warp signatures leaving the system, so we know he can’t be far. You will park your ships in blockade formation, then deploy search vehicles and landing parties to run down every lead. This man has shown willingness to kill innocent people, so the rules of engagement are simple.
Kirk: What’s in the bag?
Chris：James, not now.
Kirk：It doesn’t seem add to you that he’d target an archive?
Marcus: Chris, everything okay there!
Chris: Yes, sir, Mr.Kirk is just acclimating to his new position as irst officer.
Marcus: You got something o say, Kirk, say it. Tomorrow’s too late.
Kirk: I’m fine, sir, my apologies.
Marcus: Spit it out. Don’t be shy.
Kirk: Why the archive? All that information is public record. If he really wanted to damage Starfleet, this could just be a beginning.
Marcus: To beginning of what, Mr. kirk?
Kirk: Sir, in the event of an attack, protocol mandates, that senior command gather captains and first at Starfleet. H.Q right here in this room. It is curious Harrison would commander a jump without warp capabilities……