Call to Arms (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine / The Dominion War by Diane Carey

By Diane Carey

In keeping with "Call to palms" written via Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe "A Time to face" written by way of Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler "Sons and Daughters" written through Bradley Thompson & David Weddle "Rocks and Shoals" written by way of Ronald D. Moore "Behind the strains" written by way of Rene Echevarria "Favor the daring" written via Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler "Sacrifice of Angels" written through Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler

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Attack wings and batteries, concentrate your fire on Section Seventeen of the outer docking ring. " He continued barking orders. As long as he kept snapping this and that, the Jem Hadar soldiers stayed busy and there was no opening into which Weyoun could press a protest about leaving the Defiant to finish the mine field. Everything was temporary, everything would change, and for now the station was the thing. And Dukat had a plan for that mine field. As the flagship nursed its own wounds and bore down upon the station, a huge explosion erupted from the crusty gray surface of the docking ring.

As she and her embristled intended fled the mess, Martok slugged his raktajino and patted his injured arm. "Now that that's settled, I'd better go take care of this. " He started to get up, but the door parted and, as if summoned, their chief surgeon, Julian Bashir, entered. The moment might've borne a joke, except that Bashir was shaken and overwrought, thin and drawn. "Captain--" he began. General Martok presented his injured arm to the doctor. " Bashir ignored him, strode right past him, and faced Sisko.

On the other hand, a three-month war wasn't that long, and it wasn't over yet. " Sisko flinched, then managed to bury the flinch in a quick motion to scratch his leg. He looked at Dax. " "Martok? Why would he come aboard the Defiant? " She smiled and stood up. " "If he's trying to get me in a good mood," Sisko said, "I haven't been in one since I found out Jake decided to stay on Deep Space Nine instead of evacuating. No word from the station in over two months, no way to know if my son's still alive--" "Relax, Benjamin.

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