STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Assignment:||USS Titan, CL-2007|
|Height:||170 cm (5 ft. 7 in.)||Weight:||77.1 kg (170 lb.)|
|Affiliation:||United Federation of Planets|
|Status of Parents:||Lee’s father died of natural causes at home when Lee was 20. Lee’s mother is still alive and lives on earth, England in small country house with his daughter. She is unable to work, however she has many relatives and friends, whom she visits regularly|
|Marital Status:||Widower. Lee’s wife Liz was killed only a year after their marriage after a power conduit overloaded in her office at work.|
|Children:||One child called Jessica. She is two years old and lives on Earth with his mother, after the death of Liz|
Personal HistoryLee was born into a home full of love. His parents doted on him and as he was an only child, thus he was sometimes spoilt. Lee and his Father where inseparable right from Lee’s first day at School, when Lee would not let go of his fathers legs and cried for hours afterwards. Lee’s father took great relish in repeating this story as he got older. Lee was always fascinated by his mother she was quiet, mousy but one of the strongest characters he had ever known. She kept the family together through some very tough times especially when Paul, her husband was accused of being unfaithful with a betazoid ambassador of which was later found to be a poor attempt to discredit Paul after publicising his candidacy in the local council elections.
Lee found it extremely hard through secondary school, although he was bright and moderately popular, he could not find the motivation to excel in his studies. This gradually ended up with Lee and Fran, his best friend, not attending school preferring instead to visit Holosuites where his favourite program was him as the captain of the NX-01 Enterprise. After a while he and Fran became aware of sexual tension between them, Lee found this confusing as he had known her from a little girl. Fortunately for him it was never a problem as neither had the courage to address it. After 6 months of juvenile wanderings his father found out about his truancy and taught him one of the most important lessons of his life. Paul said to him “Why pretend, if you want to be captain of a Starship, do it, got to school, apply for the academy”. From that moment on Lee set out to realise his goal.
After graduating School Lee married to his high school sweetheart Liz Smith, and shortly after they had a daughter Jessica. However approximately eight months after the death of his father Liz was killed by an overloaded conduit at the Water Purification Facility where she worked. This hit Lee extremely hard and secretly he found solace in Alcohol, which impacted on his application process and his relationship with his daughter. Lee would often leave Jessica with his mother while he was out at the bars. This caused many arguments with Lee and his mother and soon their relationship became cold albeit a cordial one, and it remained so even when he left for the academy.
When he found out that he had been accepted at the academy Lee was overjoyed, he packed his belongings and said his goodbyes to Jessica who for the duration of his training would live with his mother. Lee dedicated himself to Study, however his outgoing personality was sometimes his downfall. He liked to work hard and play hard, he could be found at the local bars and had often been found in female accommodation by the Academy staff. All in all Lee looks back to his days at the Academy as some of the best times of his life.
Lee plans on bringing his daughter to the Ship as soon as he is settled in his post. Lee misses his daughter immensely however he is frightened at the prospect of just the two of them together.
Personality ProfileAcademy Major(s): Tactical, Physics
Academy Minor(s): Klingon Culture
Hobbies and Pastimes: Playing football in the Holodeck and reading Shakespeare.
Short-Term Goals: Finishing his holonovel which is loosely based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle‘s Sherlock Holmes.
Long-Term Goals: To be promoted to Second Officer on a Starship.
Personality: Lee has a very open and outgoing personality however this can sometimes make him appear cocky or brash.
Sense of Humor: Lee‘s sense of humour is very satirical he loves the use of innuendoes’ and banter between him and his colleges.
Phobias: Lee is intensely scared of cats, he cannot go near one without feeling sick.
Likes: Lee likes outgoing social people who are game for a laugh, but extremely professional a the same time. He likes to have people around him he can trust and know that they can trust him.
Dislikes: Lee dislikes loaners and non team players. He feels if someone especially in Starfleet wants to be alone then they have either joined the wrong institution or cannot be trusted.
Pet Peeves or Gripes: Lee main gripe is double standards, he as often got himself in trouble with superior officers who have displayed this quality.
Bad Habits or Vices: Lee drinks too much alcohol and often becomes loud and rude especially towards Women. However this is only a problem when off ship as Synthahol does not affect him in the same way.
Achievements: Lee believes his greatest achievement is his daughter.
Disappointments: Lee’s big disappointment in life is that his father did not live to see him graduate from the academy.
Strengths: Lee excels at thinking outside the box, he can take all the facts from a situation and try to force a solution.
Weaknesses: Lee cannot cook, beans on toast is a struggle for him
Fears: Lee fears his deceased wife. He dreams about her most nights and can be found sleepwalking around the ship crying her name.
Prejudices: Lee does not like having a women in charge of him, not because he believes women are incapable of command decisions, he just finds it unnatural.
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: Jeans, T-shirt, Jogging bottoms
Distinguishing Features: Tattoo of Daughter on the right upper arm. Large birthmark on the lower left knee
Pets: Lee has two German shepherds Milo and Sally whom live with his mother and daughter.
Friends: Lee‘s best friend Is a women called Francis Mcshane or as Lee calls her Fran. They grew up one the same street together and attended the same schools. Lee and Fran are both the same age.
Personal Paradigm ShiftsMost Painful Experience: Lee’s most painful experience was to try to explain the death of his wife to his two year old child, he felt so helpless and a failure as a man, a husband and a father. He still cannot be left alone with his daughter.
Best Time: Lee’s happiest experience was the birth of his daughter he cannot remember another time that he felt that complete.
Most Crucial Experience: Lee’s most crucial experience was when his father found out about his truancy. He believes if it wasn’t for that talk he would not be in Starfleet.
Role Model: Lee’s major role model is Jonathan Archer, ever since he had a history project at school he was fascinated by the man that set out with just his wits to travel an unexplored galaxy.
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