De Vincenzo, Angino
STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Angino De Vincenzo|
|Position:||Chief of Security|
|Assignment:||USS Pulsar, BB-100|
|Height:||191 cm (6 ft. 3 in.)||Weight:||97.5 kg (215 lb.)|
|Voice:||Deep, Commanding, Confident|
|Affiliation:||United Federation of Planets|
|Status of Parents:||Unknown|
Personal HistoryAngino was raised in various orphanages. His earliest memories only date to the time he was 5 or 6 years old and even then they are vague. The only vivid memories he has are his teen years.
In his teen years he was a troublemaker, fighting and breaking the rules. He was thrown out of his first orphanage at the age of 13 for a fist-fight with a nun. Well, it wasn’t only that. There was also the time Angino broke his classmates arm. He thought he was being cool shooting off his mouth and saying things about Angino like he was the kid no one would ever adopt or care about. So Angino grabbed his arm and walked him over to the nearest door, put his arm in the doorway and proceeded to slam the heavy old oak door on his arm. Angino only hit his arm about 4 or 5 times but it was good enough to break it twice. The next orphanage he was thrown out of, at the age of 14, for using stolen thruster boots in the halls of the orphanage. Angino stole the thruster boots from a man on the street. The man put the boots down for some reason I think he was buying something from a street vendor.
At the age of 15 he stole a worker bee shuttle pod from a construction company. That was easy, for all the bad things he did, Angino was a very smart young man. He would do all his school work so fast that he got bored. When Angino got bored, that was when the trouble started. One day after school Angino was bored, and while all the other kids were doing there homework, he went for a walk, actually he snuck out to go for a walk. While going for a walk Angino stumbled upon a worker bee shuttle pod left all alone so he thought he would take it for a ride. After a minute or two he had the shuttle started and away he went. It was like he had a god given talent for driving the thing; well, until he hit the wall of the construction site because he could not figure out how to stop the thing. The judge placed him in another orphanage. Then at the age of 16 he stole a shuttle pod from Elite Security Inc. That shuttle was a little harder to drive, but he had no problem this time with stopping it or outrunning the police detail at the time. Angino had a natural gift for driving/flight. At that time the D.A., Sam Michel, and the judge, Judge Dread, were going to lock him up. Father Flanigan, who ran an all boys school for troubled kids, convinced the judge, D.A., and ESI to release him into Father Flanigan’s custody. Angino worked off the damages with ESI, helping to transport VIP's from Starbase Alpha and Earth. While working for ESI he learned how to fly the shuttles and got good at it. One of the things he liked to do was when docking, he would come in hot, and at the last minute pull pack and, boom, dock perfect every time. Some of the clients he met while working for ESI were Star Fleet officers that used to talk to him on the long flights about joining Star Fleet. One of the officers was Lt Cortwin Ralston, he was a good man. He would tell Angino all about flying in a fleet ship and what it was like to see other places and other planets. Being that Angino never left earth before his employment with ESI, he always found it fascinating. With Father Flanigan as the father figure he never had, Angino learned to channel all that intelligence and ability into something positive. At the age of 22 he entered Star Fleet Academy to major in security with a minor in medical.
Personality ProfileAcademy Major(s): Security
Academy Minor(s): Medical
Hobbies and Pastimes: Weaponry & devious technology (i.e. things used for spying, or reconnaissance)
Short-Term Goals: Become a security officer on a ship, see other worlds
Long-Term Goals: Become head of security on a ship
Personality: Quiet, courageous, brazen, daring, not afraid to bend the rules.
Sense of Humor: Sarcastic
Phobias: Hell, Failure, Snakes (I hate snakes)
Likes: Brassy women, weapons, Klingon knives, good cigar
Dislikes: Alien foods
Pet Peeves or Gripes: Authority, feminine men, cheap girls
Achievements: Sharp shooter, Shuttle piloting, Jury rigging
Disappointments: Not knowing who his parents are
Illnesses: Electro shock (That happened while trying to turn a monitor into a monitor that would record all that was going on in a room)
Strengths: Hand to hand combat; The ability to assess, improvise, and overcome
Weaknesses: Beautiful women, Children
Fears: Being lost, not knowing what to do
Prejudices: Judges, Civil Law
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: Jeans, Tee-Shirts
Distinguishing Features: Tattoo of a phoenix rising from flames and ash on upper right arm
Friends: Father Flanigan
Personal Paradigm ShiftsMost Painful Experience: When Angino thought Father Flanigan was going to die from an alien virus. Seeing him in that condition and knowing that life is short made Angino start to think about his life. On that day he thought he was going to lose the most important thing in his life, the only man who he looked on as a father and a mentor, the only person he loved
Best Time: The day Father Flanigan gave his blessings for Angino to join the academy. The reason this was so important was that Father Flanigan was not sure if he wanted Angino to join Star Fleet because of the religious belief of non-violence.
Most Crucial Experience: The day Father Flanigan was on his death bed, he told Angino that he was not afraid of death because God would take care of him. He only wanted to live long enough to see Angino do something positive with his life
Role Model: Father Flanigan, a priest in the orphanage Angino came from. The reason he is so respected by Angino is because he helped Angino to channel all his negative energy to positive. He kept Angino out of jail. Instead of giving up on him, he had faith and took Angino under his wing even though everyone else thought he was a lost cause
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