STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Samantha Katherine Dramar|
|Assignment:||USS Avenger, CA-1500|
|Star Fleet Registration:||2001081186-002|
|Height:||168 cm (5 ft. 6 in.)||Weight:||65 kg (143 lb.)|
|Hairstyle:||Tied back in a ponytail|
|Voice:||Soothing mid-western tone|
|Affiliation:||United Federation of Planets|
|Birthplace:||Cincinnati, OH, North American Continent, Earth|
|Father:||Quillian Thomas Dramar (Age 53)|
|Mother:||Katherine Dramar, Rear Admiral (Age 83)|
|Status of Parents:||Katherine Dramar - Head of Research and Development, Starfleet Medical. Thomas Dramar - MIA|
|Siblings:||Quillian Thomas Dramar (43), Killed-in-action during the second Romulan War when his ship, the USS Sheridan, NCC-4086 was destroyed.|
|Children:||Rebecca (unborn - deceased)|
Early LifeSamantha’s childhood was rather pleasant. She was rather popular as a child, and got along with everyone. Much to the frustration of her parents, she was constantly taking things apart to see how they worked. Like her brother, she took quite naturally to science and mathematics.
When Samantha was 7, her father, Captain Thomas Dramar, went missing along with the entire crew of the USS Tidal Wave, NCC-7696. (For more information, see situation report BCGEH-7696, classified level clearance required). Samantha adored her father in every way. Although Thomas was often away on duty, she lived for the time they spent together and she could do no wrong in his eyes. She took his disappearance very hard. He was initially hopeful that the Tidal Wave would be found and they would be reunited again, but the years since then have convinced her that he and the crew of the Tidal Wave were truly lost.
Since her Mother was often busy with her work at Star Fleet Medical and her brother had gone to Star Fleet Academy, Samantha was left to raise herself. She discovered a love for softball and played through the end of high school. Samantha became something of a wild child during her teenage years. When she was of age, she applied and was accepted into Starfleet Academy.
Samantha excelled at the Academy. Her love of engineering made her an excellent student. She also found a sense of purpose that her life had been missing, a duty to others. While at the academy she participated in numerous activities, including playing on the softball team, and working as a crew chief for one of the Flight Team’s shuttles. It was here that she met Vorak, the man who would eventually become the father of her child, though short-lived it would be.
In addition her major of engineering, Samantha studied flight control operations as a minor where she earned her pilot wings. During her last year at the academy, in 2402, the Borg returned.
USS Apollo, NCC-2002
After graduating, Midshipman Samantha Dramar was assigned to the USS Apollo under command of Commander Aitrus Colso as an engineering officer. The ship saw heavy combat against the borg. As a young ensign and then lieutenant J.G., Samantha received numerous commendations for bravery. During the final conflict of the Borg Invasion, Samantha recieved a gold star for risking her life to shut down the ruptured coolant tank aboard the Apollo, saving the ship.
USS Avenger, NCC-1500
After the war, Samantha received a promotion to Lieutenant and a transfer to the USS Avenger as Chief Engineer. Shortly thereafter, was the Invasion, which the romulans took full advantage of. A year and three months into her tour aboard the Avenger Sam discovered that she was with child. She hid the knowledge of her child from her CO. Knowing that they were at war, Sam feared that she would be removed from ship and crew. This was a decision that would change her life.
During the final battle against Romulan forces, Samantha was in engineering when the Avenger was hit hard, causing the EPS conduit she was repairing to explode. The explosion cost her the child and nearly cost her life. The Sheridan, he brother’s ship which had been assigned to the Avenger’s flotilla, was destroyed with all hands during the battle. In addition a purple heart, Sam received counseling for the loss of her child.
Samantha threw herself into her work to escape everything that had happened. Though she didn’t realize it, the ship had become a surrogate for her lost child, and she defends it as such.
Personality ProfileAcademy Major(s): Engineering
Academy Minor(s): Flight Control Operations
Hobbies and Pastimes: Samantha enjoys playing softball and tinkering
Short-Term Goals: Find a place to fit into their new home
Long-Term Goals: Follow in the footsteps her father and brother and become the Captain of a ship
Personality: Very open and outgoing, however she has been more withdrawn and focused on work since the loss of her child
Sense of Humor: Samantha has a very good sense of humor.
Phobias: Spiders. Samantha was bitten during a camping trip and became sick afterwards. Ever since then she has had a fear of spiders.
Likes: The outdoors and tinkering
Dislikes: Needless boasting
Pet Peeves or Gripes: People who halfass their work.
Bad Habits or Vices: Can get very engrossed in her work
Achievements: Assigned as Chief Engineer of the Avenger
Disappointments: The loss of her unborn child during the romulan war
Illnesses: General childhood illnesses
Weaknesses: Can become overly attached to things under her care.
Fears: That she will lose her ship and crew like she lost her child.
Prejudices: Romulans. They killed her brother and child.
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: In the very rare circumstance that Samantha is out of uniform and not tinkering with something, she prefers to wear dresses.
Distinguishing Features: Like father and brother, Samantha has yellow flecks in the iris of her eyes
Personal Paradigm ShiftsMost Painful Experience: The loss of her child and brother to romulan forces.
Best Time: The time she spent on Earth with her friends at the academy.
Most Crucial Experience: Her decision to enter Starfleet
Role Model: Her father and brother, both Captains in Starfleet
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