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Perhaps it is just fractiousness of an old man, but countless repetitions of such statements, in one form or another, have irritated me to the point of action-and before going further, let me say, for the benefit of my Zenian friends, that if they care to dig deeply enough into the archives, somewhere they will find a brief report of these adventures recorded in the log of one of my old ships, the _Ertak_, now scrapped and forgotten.
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I commanded the _Ertak_ during practically her entire active life.
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Sometimes, when memory brings back those old days, it seems hard for me to believe that John Hanson, Commander of the _Ertak_, and old John Hanson, retired, and a spinner of ancient yarns, are one and the same-but I must get on to my story, for youth is impatient, and from "old man" to "old fool" is a short leap for a youthful mind.
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It was not so even in the days of the _Ertak_.
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There was much routine patrolling, and the _Ertak_ drew her full share of this type of duty.
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Set the _Ertak_ down as close as possible.
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From every section of the city, great swarms of people were flocking in the direction of the spot toward which the _Ertak_ was settling, on foot and in long, slim vehicles of some kind that apparently carried several people.
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There were many questions in my mind, but I could not be outdone in courtesy by this kindly Strobian. "I am John Hanson," I told him, "Commander of the Special Patrol Service ship _Ertak_.
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Not all the companies, however, for perhaps a thousand men, in all, formed a great hollow square about the _Ertak_, a great motionless guard of honor, clad in kirtles like the pennon-bearers in the procession, save that their kirtles were longer, and pale green in color.
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We marched on and on, into the city, down the wide streets, walled with soaring buildings that shone with an iridescent lustre, toward the great domed building I had seen from the _Ertak_. The streets were utterly deserted, and when we came close to the building I saw why.
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Present my compliments to Mr. Correy, and instruct him as follows: He is to withdraw the outside guard instantly, and proceed with the _Ertak_ to the large domed building in the center of the city.
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He will bring the _Ertak_ to rest at the lowest possible altitude above the building, and receive further orders at that time.
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As we came out into the daylight, a silent shadow fell across the great avenue that ran before the entrance, and there, barely clearing the shining roof of the auditorium, was the sleek, fat bulk of the _Ertak_. Correy had wasted no time in obeying orders.
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He gave a command, and as though the microphone itself released the bomb, it dropped from the bottom of the _Ertak_ and diminished swiftly as it hurtled earthward.
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He gave the orders to the operating room, and the _Ertak_ swung in a great circle toward the gleaming city of the Libars.
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We left just as darkness was falling, and as I shot up to the hovering _Ertak_, the chant of Artur and his bright-robed fellows was the last sound of Strobus that fell upon my ears.
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But he did take strong root where he fell in his clumsy craft, and if this record, supported only by the log of the _Ertak_, needs further proof, some five or six full generations from now Strobus will be close enough for doubting Zenians to visit.
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Examples of Ertak

Example #1
Except, perhaps, by some few like myself, who knew and loved her when she was one of the newest and finest ships of the Service.
Example #2
I commanded the _Ertak_ during practically her entire active life.
Example #3
Those were the days when John Hanson was not an old man, writing of brave deeds, but a youngster of half a century, or thereabouts, and full of spirit.