Phaser Type II Proficiency

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Please Change this because its the same lay out for EVERY weapons


Author(s): MilesPrower Dagger

College: College of Security Sciences

School: School of Law & Enforcement

Created: 100522

Current version: 100522

Delivery Method: Practical Activity

Assessment Method: Automated Assessment

Class Status: ACTIVE

Class Length: 30 minutes

Prerequisites: Phaser Safety


Synopsis: A practical class where you can put your Starfleet standard issue Type II hand phaser skills to the test. This is a required class for all cadets to graduate UFS Academy


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