Veteran Defense Command corvette DCNS Sackville had come out of the Luna yards fully restored with a fresh coat of paint, and was on her way to Belt Two to be turned into a museum. Aboard was Admiral Ken Barron – the supposed ‘war hero’ who would cut the ribbon at the museum’s opening. Five years of flying a desk had tipped him into a self-diagnosed midlife crisis, and getting back into space was supposed to help. Instead, he and Sackville proved that clichés can happen – with just days to retirement, they stumbled into a crisis that could destroy them both, and kill nearly a million people. Making an out-of-season transit to the Belt, Sackville discovered a massive rock on a collision course with the Martian colony, Asteroid Epsilon. It was 2240, and as Barron recounts in this standalone book, the Epsilon Incident was about to change the history of the solar system… again. For more, visit defensecommand.net.