Edwards, Jon (Alternate)

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 STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
 SECURITY RATING 3, CONFIDENTIAL[1]

RETIRED[2]
Jon Edwards
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Career Occupation
Position:
Science Officer
Assignment:
USS Avenger, NCC-1500
Rank:
Ensign
Ensign
Biographical Attributes
Played By:
Azernal Rin
Species:
Human
Gender:
Male
Height:
188 cm (6 ft. 2 in.)
Weight:
92.5 kg (204 lb.)
Eye Color:
Amber
Hair Color:
Dark brown, almost black.
Hairstyle:
messy, thick, about 3 inches long
Physique:
Scrawny, thin, wiry
Facial Hair:
Usually sporting a 5'oclock shadow as he forgets to shave
Voice:
Soft, but speaks with authority
Affiliation:
United Federation of Planets
Born:
18208.24
Age:
37
Familial Relationships
Father:
Derrick
Mother:
Anneiv
Status of Parents:
Alive, still married
Siblings:
5, 4 older brothers, 1 older sister
Marital Status:
Widowed
Children:
none

Note: This bio is for the alternate universe Jon Edwards currently serving on the USS Avenger. A separate bio exists for the primary universe Jon Edwards currently unassigned.

Personal History

Jon grew up in a normal childhood. His family was larger than most, consisting of his four older brothers, one older sister and two parents. His parents were an odd mixture of traditionalists and modernists. They had replicators in their home, but rarely used them and encourage their children to provide for themselves. They lived in a large house and he shared a room with his youngest older brother who was 4 years older than him. His other brothers were triplets, something very rare in the modern world where births were more controlled. They were exactly one year older than his other brother, to the day. His older sister was 9 years older than him. His sister was off to college when he was young, but his brothers were in the home during his upbringing. His mother was an archeologist who studied artifacts in the lab. His father was a well off business man who was rarely ever home. Due to his parents busy life, the older children were often used as a babysitter for Jon, something they disliked. The siblings came to an agreement early on - so long as Jon didn't get them in trouble, he was free to do whatever he wanted while his parents were gone.

It was this freedom that gave Jon his curiosity and inquisitive mind. He spent most of his childhood playing alone - discovering new things and then figuring out for himself how they worked. He spent a lot of time outside of the house - tromping through the woods in the park behind his house. He grew an appreciate for nature and the animals that lived in it. Instead of fearing creepy crawly creatures as many of his classmates did, he loved watching them live and work - enjoying studying their movements and habits.

Jon's brother and sisters were over-achievers while he was an average student. He could have excelled - if he put his mind to it, but he rarely did. He passed his tests, and showed an aptitude for science, but he also had a problem paying attention to details. He would often get obsessed in whatever he was focused on, forgetting to go to the rest of his classes, forgetting to go home, and often even forgetting to eat.

Jon struggled to make friends throughout his life, finding it easier to spend time among creatures that didn't talk. At home, any input he would give was often overpowered by his siblings rambunctiousness, and since he was pretty average, his news was never deemed quite as worthy as theirs. In class, he never raised his hand to offer input, but if called upon would have the right answer. In group projects, he contributed what was needed, but nothing more. He simply didn't see the point in conversation.

When his classmates began discussing their futures, Jon realized he needed to figure out his own plan. Soon, he got sucked into another project and his mind forgot the realization. This happened multiple times - his teachers and parents felt he was avoiding his future for some reason and even threatened to get him counseling. One day, after a particularly annoying meeting with his guidance counselor and his upset parents who had "better things to do" he walked by a recruitment booth for Star Fleet. He stopped and asked the man questions and finally signed up for the Academy, focusing on Science.

His parents were displeased. They implored him to make a different decision. His mother, seeming to just now realize his interests, pushed him to go to a private school and enter the private research sector. He stuck to his plan though, packing his bags and leaving for the Academy as planned. Here, he earned many red marks for his absent minded behavior - but he earned just as many green marks for his intelligence and dogged determination to get to the bottom of problems. He graduated in the middle of this class and was soon assigned to the USS Avenger.

It was on board this ship that Jon found his "home". He made friends in the scientists he worked with, and through them made friends in departments all over the ship. He met and fell in love with Bolian security officer named Ven. Ven was loud, boisterous, and energetic - not words usually associate with Jon. During their last trip home, Jon and Ven were married under Bolian societal customers. However, before they were able to perform the traditional Federation wedding, they were recalled to the ship. Ven was one of the casualties in the battle that eventually resulted in the Avenger switching universes.

Personality Profile

Academy Major(s): Dual: Life Sciences and Social Sciences
Academy Minor(s): Combat Medical Training with an emphasis on antidotes.
Hobbies and Pastimes: Playing single player games such as Klondike, Mahjong, etc.
Short-Term Goals: Be the best officer he can be.
Long-Term Goals: Find his place in the universe.
Personality: Quiet and somewhat socially awkward. Has difficulty starting or maintaining conversations. Would prefer to be alone. Doesn't speak unless there is something worth saying - often not even then.
Sense of Humor: Seems to lack humor since he is so quiet and reserved. Enjoys a good laugh, usually at situational humor or irony.
Phobias: None.
Likes: A job well done. Nature, wildlife, natural habitats. Science and science labs.
Dislikes: People who press him for conversation or interrupt his focus.
Pet Peeves or Gripes: Those who talk all the time yet have nothing of consequence to say.
Bad Habits or Vices: Playing games on his monitor when he thinks no one is watching/aware, ignores those he considers "useless" to his cause.
Achievements: Graduating from Star Fleet. Getting his first posting.
Disappointments: Being passed over for promotion a number of times. He tends to get too focused on his projects - to the determent of his department.
Illnesses: Nothing major.
Strengths: Patience. Focus. Dedication.
Weaknesses: Lack of ability to multitask. Losing track of the environment around him.
Fears: Messing something up due to his lack of attention to outside stimuli.
Prejudices: None that he is aware of.
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: Uniform. Occasional science smock when needed
Distinguishing Features: None
Pets: Not officially, but he would adopt the creatures around him
Friends: None

Personal Paradigm Shifts

Most Painful Experience: Hearing that Ven died. Realizing that most of his friends died at the same time. Struggling through the grieving process with little support.
Best Time: His Bolian Commitment Ceremony with Ven.
Most Crucial Experience: Feeling fed up with his parents and stopping to talk to the Star Fleet recruitment officer.
Role Model: No one.

Career History

Position Assignment Date(s) Event
Cadet Star Fleet Academy 21207.17 Received Star Fleet Academy Graduate Ribbon Star Fleet Academy Graduate Ribbon
Science Officer USS Avenger, NCC-1500 21207.17 Promoted to Ensign
Reassigned to Science Officer
Assigned to USS Avenger, NCC-1500
Ensign
Medals Tally:
Service Medals Awarded
Image Description Qty.
Star Fleet Academy Graduate Ribbon Star Fleet Academy Graduate Ribbon 1




  1. Unless otherwise specified, the information contained in this document is rated CONFIDENTIAL.
  2. Please note that familial and historical references to age may be current only to time of retirement.