[identity profile] x-dominion.livejournal.com
from: [James Hudson]
to: [Red-X Contact]

Good afternoon,

I know you're all getting ready for your flight to Sri Lanka, but there was a major explosion in Toronto this morning, and the two technicians who were supposed to arrive in Sri Lanka to set up the water purification system have been asked to work with the Toronto fire department to neutralize the situation.

Unfortunately, it will be several days before they will be available, and the window for your unit will have passed. Normally I'd have no issues sending you down to Sri Lanka with an established system, but because it's brand new, I'm not sure whether or not it's fair expect you to try and set it up without an experienced technician there.

My apologies for this.

Dr. J. Hudson
[identity profile] x-dominion.livejournal.com
from: [rmacdonald@candsrh.gov]
to: [Red-X Contact]

Mac Hudson was nice enough to set me up with a private email account here at the office at Department H. I would have used my regular account, but then I have to have a meeting with the Honourable Minister McKay about it, and Peter and I usually end up talking about cod fisheries and why you can't find really good fish and chips in Montreal, which is a real failing of my city. Can you imagine it? You can find the most remarkable seafood of all types, fresh right from the Maritimes, and yet for a proper fish and chip dinner, you need to travel to Kingston or Port Colbourne, or all the way down to Toronto for it. It fascinates me that Montreal hasn't addressed this need.

Dr Hudson and his team have been working on a new updated version of our normal water purification system which we deploy with DART in emergency situations. The Red Cross has cited access to clean water as the single greatest challenge they face in expanding operations in disaster relief areas and third world relief operations. James new system is built to be simple to install, uses components that are either accessible all over the world or can be fabricated using low tech methods, and is easy to repair. Obviously, this kind of simply engineered technology represents a large humanitarian boost to the world.

In discussion with the Red Cross, we've come to the decision that Red-X should be the group who is involved in the unveiling of the new system; 'our newest volunteers with our newest solutions for the world', that sort of thing. Professor Xavier has already voiced his approval. We have a team departing for Sri Lanka on the 10th, and Xavier has given the approval for Red-X to accompany them for a week of hands on field experience in a Red Cross camp in Northern Sri Lanka, west of Mankulam. During that time, with our technicians, they will install the newest water purification system and run it through a series of tests to make sure it works.

Whomever the field leader is chosen for this exercise, you should get your team familiarized with the specifications of the system, which Heather has assured me are attached with this email. I'm not sure how that is supposed to work, but she claims to understand it, and she is very good at this whole computer thing, I'm sure. It is quite remarkable. Did you know there's a 'wiki' thing out there with me on it? They call me 'Mutie Bob', even though I've never even been to Hawaii. Remarkable!

Bonne chance Red-X! I know you'll make us all proud.

The Honourable Minister Robert G. MacDonald
Under-Minister of National Defense, Special Projects
[identity profile] x-cloudy.livejournal.com
Subject: Cessily

Just a quick note to let folks knows that we've found Cessily and she's doing okay. In case you hadn't heard, she and Jay were searching for people earlier today when their boat capsized. She somehow ended up pretty far away from where she went in and is pretty shaken up by the whole thing. She's with the med team being checked out. (Jay is also doing fine.) I know a lot of people were concerned about her, so if you could pass the word along that she's been located that would be great.
[identity profile] x-icarus.livejournal.com
To: [scott summers]
From: [Jay Guthrie]
Subject: Trainee

I know we talked a long time ago about me starting to train once I read up on all that stuff you gave me, but I have to admit, I got through it and nothing caught me. I mean, it caught my attention, but it didn't really grab me.

Red Cross sent me a letter for Field Leaders and I kinda liked doing it (made me feel useful adn that I could help) so I think Im going to fill out my letter and sent it back.
Just wanted to say thanks for the opportunity right?

Thanks,
Jay
[identity profile] x-cypher.livejournal.com
To: Xavier, Charles
CC: Summers, Scott
From: Ramsey, Doug
Subject: Red X Bombing

Professor-

I meant to write to you last night when I read the newsfeed, but I wound up going to bed relatively early. I'm sure by now you're aware of the bombing of a Red X office in Washington. I was wondering if I could be of any help tracking down the culprits. While I'm aware that hacking is an ethically gray area, I would _really_ like to find the people responsible for this act of madness.

-Doug Ramsey

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