Lens of History (44): Ethics of Intervention

STEC Archives, Print Document Division
Curator signature: Tautog
Format: Speech Transcript & Exhibit Materials
Object: Transcribed speech, Lexington Collection
Location (if known): STEC Archives
Time (if known): Undated – tentatively categorized into pre-war.

Other than official diplomatic functions, STEC’s shipgirls often interact with interested parties seeking intervention or collaboration. To STEC’s own knowledge, no such actions have taken place within the United States.

This exhibit rotates a number of private shipgirl correspondences on a regular basis in an attempt to communicate to the public at large how shipgirls may approach or think about a particular issue pertaining to the application of their own powers. A visitor’s log is also attached, where legible queries & comments will be sent to the shipgirl in question on a regular basis. 

Everyone, thank you for joining me today. While I’m not speaking in any sort of official capacity, I do hope that today’s session will be helpful in clarifying why we do certain things the way we do. 

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Lens of History (43): Experimental Weapon Testing

 

STEC Archives, Print Document Division
Curator signature: Tautog
Format: Speech Transcript & Exhibit Materials
Object: Transcribed speech, Dolphin Collection
Location (if known): STEC Archives
Time (if known): Undated – tentatively categorized into pre-war.

Which one of you’s feeling scared?

C’mon now. We’ve been through hell and back a few times already. No need to be shy.

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