Warp speed, in more ways than one

USS Angeles Founder Janice Willcocks visits Air Force One at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley. (Photo by Dave Mason)
Artifacts from the Titanic grace an exhibit at the Reagan Library. (Photo by Dave Mason)
Lisa Sobien, left, and Janice Willcocks beam down to the Reagan Library. (Photo by Dave Mason)

By Fleet Capt. Dave Mason
The USS Angeles has soared at maximum warp this fall.
First we did the time warp again at our Halloween party Oct. 28 at First Officer Gloria Rodriguez’s home in Whittier. Some of us danced there to the music from “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
“On Nov. 4, we soared at warp speed to Vasquez Rocks, a frequent filming site in the original “Star Trek” series and three of its spinoffs (“The Next Generation,” “Voyager” and “Enterprise”).
We took another time warp Nov. 18 to see the Titanic exhibit in late November at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, where we also saw Air Force One.

USS Angeles members get into character. From left, seated in front are Maria and Matt Cox and Karen Hoagland. From left in back are Chris Mulrooney, Paul Szymborski, Jenny Taylor, Donna and Cliff Gardner, Janice Willcocks, Dave Mason, Gloria Rodriguez and Lisa Sobien. (Photo by Lisa Sobien)
From left, “Games of Thrones” characters (Cliff and Donna Gardner), a leopard (Jackie Freeman) and a Bajoran officer (Kathy Carder) get together at the creepy clubhouse. (Photo by Dave Mason)
From left, Jeremy Kranz, Jennifer Cole and Lisa Sobien beam down to Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park, where many episodes from various “Star Trek” series were filmed. (Photo by Dave Mason)

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Dave Mason

Commanding Officer, USS Angeles NCC-71840