I must mention we have 4 bases in America. One in San Francisco, one in Seattle, one in Austin and of course the one that I was at, Myrtle Beach.We were base 1, San Francisco is base 2, Seattle is base 3, and Austin is base 4. We were about 50% done with base 5 in Branson, Missouri, but that doesn’t matter. Altogether we have 1000 people with us, witch may not seem like much, but with 200 people to a lab, the number seems bigger suddenly. It is 200 because 50 people from each lab were working at Branson currently, but could be recalled quickly in case of emergency. By now, Sam was worldwide news. Sam was going toward his next target, and we were clustering to find a plan. We also talked with our other bases to come up with a plan. The 200 workers in Branson were coming and we were splitting up. I went with Steve, Kate, and Luke, the tech guy. He had the biggest job right now, finding were Sam was going, calling other bases, and doing other stuff with the other people good at deciphering, locating, and using technology. They had to do it now because before too long, the next day or so, Sam would have enough power to intercept and/or end all wireless communication worldwide. We had our watches by Sam, so we could still communicate well, and Luke had his special modified watch( even better than regular modified watches ) which I also had, along with some other people with special jobs( I am an alpha, alphas get special watches. Luke does tech, so he gets a special watch.) I do some tech, so does everyone, and I love technology, but I’m not great at it. We continued on with d-11. We would follow Sam, some people following close, some would be far off, some at possible destinations of Sam or one of his counterparts, some back at the lab working on all of what I have just mentioned. We were going to be inbetween far away from Sam and close.
Then we found out something else. Not all the ships were the same. 3, including ours, were trapezoidal, one was triangular. Remember the triangular Trimex with 3 trapezoidal sides?