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Admiral J.P. Hanson

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"The truth of the matter is... hell, we are not ready. We knew they were coming for over a year. We've thrown every resource we have into this, but still..." - Hanson to Picard
TNG : The Best of Both Worlds, Part 1
"He's hurting his career by staying put. If I were you, I'd kick him in the rear end for his own good." - Hanson to Picard; About Riker
TNG : The Best of Both Worlds, Part 1
"At nineteen hundred hours yesterday, the USS Lalo departed Zeta Alpha Two on a freight run to Sentinel Minor Four. At twenty two hundred hours and twelve minutes, a distress signal was received at Starbase one five seven. The Lalo reported contact with an alien vessel described as cube shaped. The distress signal ended abruptly, and she's not been heard from since." - Hanson to Picard
TNG : The Best of Both Worlds, Part 1

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