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Turn of the century 2300 and yet no one has been sent out of the Milky Way galaxy so the Americans started the program light-year montage XXX March 14 2314 at NASA headquarters the top engineers from the country were gathered and were informed of their task The task was to construct a spacecraft which could handle the speed of light and hold nine crew members Over the course of thirty years 6 trillion dollars were used 400 of the top engineers and the patience of NASA the spacecraft was ready to be launched The launching sight was in a desert in the middle of Nevada and the launching sight is top secret The light-year montage XXX program has yet to be publicized or videoed during any time July 1st all of the finishing touches were done and the head of NASA wanted to get that damn thing up in the sky by July 4th which is Independence Day but no crew has been formed for the mission The only crew member so far was Big Charley who was a former Marine explosive expert When NASA asked charley to recruit some men whod be willing to serve their country with the risk of losing their life and be able to offer a skill charley said I know some hardened Fly Boys who have seen a lot of action in their day Charley called up Scott McCoy AKA Flyboy McCoy and offered him the job and even though Flyboy McCoy didnt want to do it charley bribed him with a jet and no flight restrictions when and if he got back Flyboy McCoy agreed to the offer and said hed be there Charley then recruited a man by the name ofButch Rendell and he was plane mechanic who could fix anything but hes known for having a short temper and break anything and anyone in his way Charley hopped on a plane and went to the
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