STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Marcus "Mac" Anderson|
|Assignment:||USS Pulsar, BB-100|
|Height:||196 cm (6 ft. 5 in.)||Weight:||95.3 kg (210 lb.)|
|Eye Color:||Dark Blue with flecks of steel grey in them.|
|Hair Color:||Dark Blond, almost brown in the right light|
|Hairstyle:||Short cropped slightly longer than a buzz cut|
|Physique:||Well built but not overly muscled|
|Voice:||Deep almost rumbles when he talks|
|Affiliation:||United Federation of Planets|
|Birthplace:||Houston, Texas, Sol|
|Status of Parents:||Both deceased|
Personal HistoryMarcus was born on the family farm just outside of Houston. His father was a member of the Star Fleet Marines and his mother stayed home raising Marcus. Not much happened during his younger years. His father was gone most of the time, but when he was home were the happiest times Marcus could remember.
When Marcus graduated high school he wanted to follow his father in the Marines, but his father insisted he find his own path. Marcus enrolled in college, deciding that he would become a member of the Star Fleet Security force. It was during this time that several things happened that shaped the rest of his life. While in school he met and fell in love with Tina DeLong, another student at school. She rebuffed his advances at first, but soon came to love his charm and persistent ways.
In his junior year he received double tragic news. First his father was lost in space while on a mission, and shortly after that his mother passed away as well. Marcus always felt that she simply couldn’t live without her husband. Tina was his rock during this time, and their love grew deeper. She was the one to convince him to stay in school and graduate, to honor his parents. Marcus looked forward to their life together, but it was not meant to be.
One evening Marcus was waiting for Tina when he heard a loud crash a few blocks from where he was. Rushing over to see if he could help, He was stunned to find out that the air car Tina was in had crashed due to a mechanical failure. His life destroyed, Marcus vowed then and there to never allow the same thing happen to anyone else. He changed his major to Engineering and threw himself into his school work. A recruiter from Star Fleet was visiting the school and seeing his test scores was able to talk Marcus into joining Star Fleet where he could work on the most advanced systems and maybe prevent another from losing a loved one.
Personality ProfileAcademy Major(s): Quantum Theories and Starship Design
Academy Minor(s): Criminal Justice
Hobbies and Pastimes: Reading a good book, the actual paper kind; working out in heavy g environments
Short-Term Goals: To become the best Engineer he can be
Long-Term Goals: To some day design and air car safety system that will be able to save lives
Personality: He is a very quiet and withdrawn person, doesn't let people in too close.
Sense of Humor: Very dry, old work British best describes it.
Phobias: Intimacy and relationships
Likes: Tinkering with anything mechanical
Dislikes: Talking about his feelings
Pet Peeves or Gripes: Lying and people who bug him about his past
Achievements: Honor roll student in High School
Disappointments: Loosing his parents and the only woman he ever loved
Illnesses: None other than normal childhood ones
Strengths: Quick mind and ability to see problems from all sides
Weaknesses: Closed off from other people; can be gruff when focused on a problem.
Fears: Losing anyone close to him.
Prejudices: None, but distrusts Vulcans because of their common ancestry with Romulans
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: Casual relaxed cloathing, usually jeans and a comfortable shirt
Distinguishing Features: None
Friends: Has not taken time to make any close friendships
Personal Paradigm ShiftsMost Painful Experience: Losing the woman he loved
Best Time: Meeting Tina and falling in love
Most Crucial Experience: The loss of Tina
Role Model: His father
Contact InformationE-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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