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PART 3 Sitting in the pilot seat of a new scientifically improved Valkyrie flyer and Charlie next to me I felt a rush of exhilaration I always had loved flying I slowly pulled the lever for the doors of the flight pod to open I started the computer organized our flight path and put it on autopilot We were to meet up with the ship Bascal the emergency rescue team at zero twelve hundred hours I started the engine Loving how the moors roared Fasten your helmets and seatbelts the computer warned as the flyer edged through the open pod doors and into the black never-ending space The flyer was surprisingly big for a two seater I marveled at how much room we had to move about It even had a toilet which none of the high speed flyers had I shrugged off my uncomfortable flight jacket and flexed my muscles I looked over to where Charlie was sitting bent over her computer typing furiously Hay whatcha doin I asked folding my arms over my head Umm just sending a message to the rescue team reporting that well be there in a couple of hours She replied looking up at me and then resumed her typing I gazed at her back and just sat there deep in thought It was silent for a couple of minutes The only sounds was the engine whirling and the sounds if Charlie beeping away on the computer I yawned and stood up stretched and touched my computer screen It flicked on immediately telling me to state my name and for my finger print needed so the computer could log me into my main hard drive I touched onto my music folder and up came my range of music Seconds later the sounds of DJ Sammy filled the cabin Isettled back comfortably into my seat and closed my eyes Hey Bryan shouted Charlie over the music Turn it down
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