STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Assignment:||USS Yeager, SC-8018|
|Height:||193 cm (6 ft. 4 in.)||Weight:||89.8 kg (198 lb.)|
|Eye Color:||Dark Brown|
|Hair Color:||Dark Brown|
|Hairstyle:||Very short, military cut. High and tight|
|Physique:||Very solidly built. Not bulky. Musculature is well defined.|
|Complexion:||Caucasian, olive skinned, tans easily.|
|Voice:||Medium to deep, depending on mood.|
|Father:||Tomas, recently deceased, former Star Fleet Marine|
|Mother:||Sandar, 58, is a medical technician in New Berlin|
|Status of Parents:||Married. Sandar was recently widowed. Tomas died in a suspicious “training accident”|
Zor was born on Earth’s moon in New Berlin. Zor was raised mostly by his mother, Sandar, a medical technician. Zor’s father, Tomas, was a Star Fleet Marine and as such, was always away on duty. This didn’t bother Zor much because Tomas was his hero, his role model. Zor lived for the times he could spend seeing or talking to his father. His father was a top-notch marine and that was a great source of pride for Zor.
At the same time, Zor also loved his mother. She was nurturing, kind and most of all supportive. She worked hard in her profession and worked harder at raising Zor. She would always help him with his studies and cheer him on at sporting events.
Zor was a typical boy. His grades were always better than average, he got in the occasional scuffle, and he had a tendency to bend the rules from time to time. But in his free time he had two great passions, science and anbo-jytsu, and he excelled at both. His mother always told him, “the science comes from me and the fighting comes from your father.” Zor was always content with that hypothesis.
If he wasn’t practicing a new fighting move or technique, he was melting, scanning, breaking, scraping, or blowing things up in his holodeck lab. He was always trying to figure out why and how things worked. But the curiosity of his boyhood led to the veracious appetite of his adolescence. Zor would spend all his free time studying, reading and perfecting his anbo-jytsu. He would supplement his basic education with readings of quantum mechanics, quantum physics, chemistry and astronomy. And when he had read enough for the day, he would center himself with an anbo-jytsu holodeck match before setting in for sleep.
Then one evening about 4 months ago, just after Zor and his mother had finished dinner, the door chimed. There was no one expected so Sandar and Zor went to greet the visitor. When the door slid back, Zor knew why this man had come. It was a marine in his perfectly pressed class A uniform holding a scroll in his right hand. Zor just stared. His mother started to cry immediately. The marine asked, “Sandar Kayzon?” She could not answer and turned to bury her head in Zor’s shoulder. Zor held his mother and said, “She is Sandar and I am Zor, her son.” The marine straighten and quietly said, “Ma’am….Sir….I regret to….” He got no further. Sandar was wailing now. But after a pause, the marine continued, “I regret to inform you that your husband has died in a training accident yesterday. Permit me to be the first to offer my condolences and the gratitude of a grateful Federation.” He handed Zor the scroll. Zor found himself asking, “How did it happen?” The marine stated that it was classified and he was not privy to the details of the accident. This was a night that shaped Zor’s destiny.
In the weeks following the funeral, Zor realized that he had wanted to join the Federation as a tribute to his father and make both he and his mother proud. So he applied and was accepted. Sandar took it hard. She did not want to see Zor possibly meet the same fate as her beloved Tomas, but she also knew that she had to support her son. So on the morning that he was leaving, she gave him a kiss on both cheeks, hugged him tightly and told him, “I know you can make a difference…now go on and make us proud!” And he was off.
Academy Major(s): Quantum physics, Chemistry
Academy Minor(s): Astrophysics, Planetary Sciences
Hobbies and Pastimes: Reading, meditating, aikido, anbo-jytsu and hiking
Short-Term Goals: Continue to hone my skills as a Chief Engineer
Long-Term Goals: Continue to move up the chain of command and perhaps start a family
Personality: Friendly and straight forward. Determined when it comes to career. A bit more closed off since his father’s death
Sense of Humor: Somewhat dark, sarcastic sense of humor. Sometimes it can get him into trouble
Phobias: Mild fear of heights
Likes: Coffee, exploring new places, a variety of music, loyal and respectful people
Dislikes: People who are intolerant of others, black licorice and spiders
Pet Peeves or Gripes: Arrogant and pretentious people
Achievements: Winning the Top Young Scientist Award of New Berlin in High School
Disappointments: Not being able to tell his father good-bye and not knowing all of the circumstances surrounding his death
Strengths: Mathematics, analytical thinking and general scientific knowledge
Fears: Dying alone
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: Blue jeans, T-Shirts, Loose-fitting warm-up pants.
Distinguishing Features: None.
Friends: Cristof (20); Living back in New Berlin. Friends since they were boys
Stardate 20703.14 - Assigned to Science, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20703.14 - Promoted to Midshipman, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20705.01 - Awarded Star Fleet Commendation Medal, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20705.01 - Awarded RPG’er of the Month, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20705.01 - Promoted to Ensign, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20710.01 - Promoted to Lieutenant Junior Grade, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20712.01 - Awarded Star Fleet Achievement Medal, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20803.01 - Division transfer from Science to Engineering. Assigned as Assistant Chief Engineer, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20804.01 - Promoted to Lieutenant, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20804.01 - Awarded RPG'er of the Month, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20805.01 - Awarded the Gold Star, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20805.15 - Assigned as Chief Engineer, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20807.01 - Awarded the Purple Heart, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20809.01 - Awarded the Gold Star, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20812.01 - Awarded RPG'er of the Month, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20812.01 - Promoted to Lieutenant Commander, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20903.01 - Assigned as Second Officer, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20903.01 - Awarded the Distinguished Service Globe, USS Dauntless, BC-1553
Stardate 20903.27 - Assigned as Chief Engineer and Second Officer, USS Pulsar, BB-100
Stardate 20910.01 - Awarded the Gold Star, USS Pulsar, BB-100
Stardate 21001.01 - Awarded RPG'er of the Month, USS Pulsar, BB-100
Stardate 21002.01 - Awarded the Diamond Star, USS Pulsar, BB-100
Stardate 21002.01 - Assigned as First Officer, USS Pulsar, BB-100
Stardate 21005.01 - Promoted to Commander, USS Pulsar, BB-100
Stardate 21010.01 - Awarded the Diamond Star, USS Pulsar, BB-100
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