• Inspired by episodes:
  • ENT: S1E5

Tripp's Engine Repairs

Help Commander Tucker maintain ancient engines while his warp cells are in drydock for repair.
  • Inspired by episodes:
  • ENT: S1E5


Disassemble and reassemble parts of a car engine and learn basic car maintenance.


Commander "Tripp" Tucker has done it again... Enterprise has managed to overload it's Warp 5 capable engines, and they're back in space dock for overhaul.

While the Enterprise engines are offline, Tripp spends his downtime working on older technologies to put his core engineering skills to the test. The universe is full of diverse and wonderful technologies that different civilizations have used to help them achieve different tasks, and learning about older equipment can provide insight into solving modern problems.

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Mission Outcomes

By completing this activity, you can show your Unit Council that you can:

STEM | Mechanics:

  • learn how to perform basic car maintenance checks
  • safely change or repair a car tyre
  • take apart different engine components and discover how each component works

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Completing Projects using Missions

Using the Scout Method of Plan, Do, Review, you can demonstrate your capabilities to your Unit Council once you have completed this Mission.

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Complete any pre-work that might help you to complete the Mission, such as practicing using maps and radios, or doing research into particular concepts that missions mention that you may not be familiar with, or any other technologies or concepts you are curious about that might help you find success.

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Get your Starfleet Report Card from this website at the conclusion of the event to summarise your achievements. These accomplishments can be presented to your Unit Council for Project approval and recorded in Terrain to keep track of your progress.