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Janeway issues one final warning to Paris. He does not respond. Tuvok begins counting down the seconds until the ''Flyer'' is within range, as Paris counts down the seconds until he launches the torpedo. At the last second, Janeway orders Tuvok to fire. There is absolutely no hesitation in the command. The ''Flyer'' fires at the same time as ''Voyager''. Its torpedo streaks toward the complex at the same time ''Voyager''{{'}}s torpedo races down into the water, toward the ''Flyer''.
 
Janeway issues one final warning to Paris. He does not respond. Tuvok begins counting down the seconds until the ''Flyer'' is within range, as Paris counts down the seconds until he launches the torpedo. At the last second, Janeway orders Tuvok to fire. There is absolutely no hesitation in the command. The ''Flyer'' fires at the same time as ''Voyager''. Its torpedo streaks toward the complex at the same time ''Voyager''{{'}}s torpedo races down into the water, toward the ''Flyer''.
[[File:Voyager fires on a torpedo launched by the flyer.jpg|thumb|The ''Flyer''{{'}}s torpedo meets ''Voyager''{{'}}s]]
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[[Image:TorpedosMeet.jpg|thumb|The ''Flyer''{{'}}s torpedo meets ''Voyager''{{'}}s]]
 
But Tuvok has made a slight adjustment. Instead of targeting the ''Flyer'', he has timed the shot so that he would hit the ''Flyer''{{'}}s torpedo upon its firing, and not the ''Flyer'' itself. He succeeds. The two weapons meet and explode, knocking the ''Flyer'' away and disabling it. Inside, Paris and Riga go flying amidst a shower of sparks. Tuvok reports that the ''Flyer'' is disabled, but not destroyed. Janeway's eyes close in relief. But when they open, they show sadness, along a steely resolve to deal with Paris for his actions.
 
But Tuvok has made a slight adjustment. Instead of targeting the ''Flyer'', he has timed the shot so that he would hit the ''Flyer''{{'}}s torpedo upon its firing, and not the ''Flyer'' itself. He succeeds. The two weapons meet and explode, knocking the ''Flyer'' away and disabling it. Inside, Paris and Riga go flying amidst a shower of sparks. Tuvok reports that the ''Flyer'' is disabled, but not destroyed. Janeway's eyes close in relief. But when they open, they show sadness, along a steely resolve to deal with Paris for his actions.
   
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