STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Assignment:||USS Gettysburg, CA-1863|
|Time on Site:|
|Height:||183 cm (6 ft. 0 in.)||Weight:||81.6 kg (180 lb.)|
|Hair Color:||Light brown|
|Hairstyle:||Short, clean cut|
|Facial Hair:||Light brown|
|Voice:||Mid range and well spoken|
|Affiliation:||United Federation of Planets|
|Status of Parents:||Married|
|Siblings:||Laura, 26 and Michael, 32|
Personal HistoryTrever Cole was born early in the fall to Howard and Julia Cole. He was the middle child of three. His sister, Laura, was 2 years younger than him and was the smartest. She always did well in school and was well on her way to a successful career as a genetic biologist. Biology was her passion and she was driven. She loved her brothers, but with the schedule she kept, she had little time for family. She loved them but it was always this text book or this school project or this extracurricular activity that kept he in her own world.
Trever’s brother, Michael, on the other hand, was 4 years older than him and very much similar. Trever and Michael were more mechanically inclined. Growing up, they started out small, taking apart toys and tools in the quest to find out what made them tick. As they grew, so did their curiosity. But it was to be expected. They took after their father who came from a long line of ship builders. The boys took every opportunity they could to tag along with their father to work. They wanted to see the inner workings on a grand scale.
As they started to come of age, both boys knew they wanted to follow in their father’s footsteps. They had shipbuilding in their blood. It was a natural fit. Then one evening, Howard brought home a guest for dinner. He introduced the man as Zor Kayzon, a former Starfleet officer who had resigned his commission as Chief Engineer of the USS Pulsar and was now working in Research and Design for the shipyard. While Michael seemed mildly interested in their guest, Trever was captivated. It was practically to the point where he monopolized most of the conversation with question after question about StarFleet, the Engineering Corps, and starships. The more he heard, the more he wanted to know.
As it turned out, Howard was assigned a temporary duty on a project being lead by Mr. Kayzon. His visits to the Cole home were more frequent as well as he and Howard had become friends. Trever took full advantage of every visit to feed his curiosity, until he finally realized maybe his path in life was not going to shadow his father. He decided that he wanted to be a Starfleet engineer and from then on his focus was on admittance to the Academy.
Just after graduation, Mr. Kayzon managed to call in a favor or two and get Trevor assigned to his project overseeing the installation and build out of the engineering section of one of the new starships. He explained to Trevor, who had no argument, that it would be the best experience he could get to see things from the ground up, so to speak.
To Trevor, it was a great privilege to work with Zor and he was able to learn quite a bit from both the man and the project. But as the ship neared completion, he knew he didn’t just want to keep building all his life. Now he wanted to move on to the bigger things. So he put in for a transfer. Shortly after his request was submitted, he was rewarded for his work with a promotion to Ensign and granted a transfer to the USS Yeager. And so the next step in his career began.
Personality ProfileAcademy Major(s): Propulsion, specializing in propulsion design
Academy Minor(s): Tactical systems
Hobbies and Pastimes: Taking things apart and finding out how they can be improved
Short-Term Goals: Learn as much as possible about the day to day workings of the ship’s systems
Long-Term Goals: A long and happy career in StarFleet and one day be a CE
Personality: Always curious about machines to a point that it has caused his social skills to suffer. He would rather be in Engineering neck deep in repairing a plasma coil than at a party.
Sense of Humor: Dry and sometimes dark humor
Phobias: Spiders. It is really an irrational fear. It is just that they have always given him the creeps.
Likes: Anything mechanical, anything that poses a challenge
Dislikes: Social events, large crowds
Pet Peeves or Gripes: Being told that something is impossible
Bad Habits or Vices: Biggest vice is a slight addiction to caffeine. Coffee and espresso.
Achievements: Second in his class at the Academy
Disappointments: Not finishing first in his class
Illnesses: Normal childhood illnesses, nothing out of the ordinary
Strengths: Problem solver and motivated
Weaknesses: Social interaction
Fears: Taking something apart and not being able to get it back together, large crowds
Prejudices: Tends to subconsciously look down slightly on non-technical people
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: Anything comfortable, mostly jeans and tee shirts
Distinguishing Features: None
Friends: His older brother, Michael
Personal Paradigm ShiftsMost Painful Experience: Being closed off from most people has kept him sheltered from a lot of potential painful experiences.
Best Time: Being able to occasionally go with his dad to work in the shipyards as a child and seeing ships under construction.
Most Crucial Experience: Meeting Zor Kayzon and realizing that he did not want to build ships for the rest of his life but to join Starfleet and become and Engineer.
Role Model: A combination of his father and Zor Kayzon
|Cadet||Star Fleet Academy||21108.25||Received Star Fleet Academy Graduate Ribbon|
|Engineering Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21108.25||Promoted to Ensign
Reassigned to Engineering Officer
Assigned to USS Yeager, SC-8018
|Engineering Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21110.01||Awarded Role Player of the Month|
|Engineering Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21112.01||Awarded Role Player of the Month|
|Engineering Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21201.01||Awarded Gold Star|
|Engineering Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21201.01||Awarded Role Player of the Month|
|Engineering Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21201.01||Promoted to Lieutenant Junior Grade|
|Engineering Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21202.01||Awarded Role Player of the Month|
|Engineering Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21204.01||Awarded Gold Star|
|Engineering Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21204.01||Awarded Role Player of the Month|
|Chief Science Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21204.22||Reassigned to Chief Science Officer|
|Chief Science Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21208.01||Promoted to Lieutenant|
|Chief Science Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21211.01||Awarded Star Fleet Commendation Medal|
|Chief Science Officer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21211.01||Awarded Role Player of the Month|
|Chief Engineer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21302.26||Reassigned to Chief Engineer|
|Chief Engineer||USS Yeager, SC-8018||21308.01||Awarded Star Fleet Achievement Medal|
|Chief Engineer||USS Yeager, FSC-28018||21308.11||Transferred to USS Yeager, FSC-28018|
|Chief Engineer||USS Yeager, FSC-28018||21404.01||Awarded Diamond Star|
|Chief Engineer||USS Yeager, FSC-28018||21404.01||Awarded Role Player of the Month|
|Chief Engineer||USS Yeager, FSC-28018||21405.01||Received Command School Graduate Ribbon|
|Chief Engineer||USS Yeager, FSC-28018||21405.01||Promoted to Lieutenant Commander|
|Chief Engineer||USS Yeager, FSC-28018||21405.01||Krynar War Campaign Medal|
|Chief Engineer||USS Yeager, FSC-28018||21408.01||Awarded Role Player of the Month|
|Security Officer||USS Gettysburg, CA-1863||21612.01||Reassigned|
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