STAR FLEET PERSONNEL COMMAND FILE
|Position:||Admiral at Large|
|Assignment:||Star Fleet Command|
|Height:||185 cm (6 ft. 1 in.)||Weight:||68 kg (150 lb.)|
|Hair Color:||Brown with flecks of grey|
|Hairstyle:||Past collar, scruffy|
|Physique:||Medium Build, muscular arms and legs|
|Facial Hair:||Scruffy beard|
|Voice:||English accent with South-London dialect|
|Birthplace:||Bradman City, Dhar'hyyk|
|Status of Parents:||Both deceased|
|Marital Status:||Married to Captain Mackenzie Annan.|
|Children:||Jennifer, Paul Jr.|
- 1 Personal History
- 1.1 Early Life
- 1.2 Early Starfleet Career
- 1.3 Later Starfleet Career
- 2 Personality Profile
- 3 Personal Paradigm Shifts
- 4 Career History
Growing up, Dreams of Flight
Paul was born on one of the few land masses on the Ocean planet of Dhar’hyyk. His parents were both part of the small Starfleet patrol group in the area, and with the problems with Pirates and Romulans in the region, they decided it best to leave their young son on the planet with a family friend. From the age of four onwards, Paul became fascinated by the sight and sound of the military aircraft flying over the school he attended.
When his sixteenth birthday came, Paul enlisted in the Dhar’hyyk Air Force despite several recommendations that he not do so due to his poor skill with mathematics. While he proved competent in the cockpit and in combat theory lessons, his math scores still held him back and he came very close to washing out. Assigned to a reconnaissance squadron, Paul is widely credited with the first kill of the civil war when he saved a government transport from attack by other aircraft from his squadron. It became immediately apparent that a coup-d'etat had taken place among the military, and supporters of the Anti-Unification Alliance had taken control of the government. Without knowing it, Paul had just saved the President of Dhar'hyyk's life and become one of the founding members of what would be later known as “The Alliance to Restore the Republic”.
Civil War, Rebel Leader
The next two years proved crucial in young Paul’s development. Not even out of Flight School, Paul had seen several of his fellow Cadets shot down and killed by more experienced and better equipped AUA Pilots. The next two years proved crucial in young Paul’s development. Barely even out of Flight School, Paul had seen several of his fellow pilots shot down and killed by more experienced and better equipped AUA Pilots. Following several small but bloody combats, Paul's skill as a pilot was rewarded with a promotion to Lieutenant and a transfer to a Strike Squadron operating from a cave on a barren and inhospitable island in Dhar'hyyk's Southern Ocean.
It was with this Squadron that Paul forged his reputation as an ace pilot and competent commander, leading the Squadron as a Captain by the time he had turned seventeen. Attrition rates remained high, and soon Paul found himself not in command of combat seasoned veterans, but new recruits fresh from training or defection. This was when the war entered the phase known as “Bloody September” when the average life expectancy for a new pilot was twenty hours or less. This was not to say, however, that senior pilots were expected to last any longer. The following month, Paul transferred his inexperienced pilots to other units and kept only his few most seasoned pilots on-base. By Presidential order, his squadron were re-designated a Special Operations unit complete with its own distinctive paint scheme, and took on the most dangerous missions available, from striking targets deep within enemy territory to aiding fresh defections. Success after success attracted fame and recognition among the Alliance forces, and inspired fear in the enemy pilots. The President planned to capitalise on this, recognising young Braggins as a propaganda icon. In a shock move that sparked some fury among the senior members of the Alliance, Paul was promoted from Captain to Major General and given official command of his own elite division.
As a division commander, Paul promoted those with the most skill and experience to command positions, including his then-girlfriend Mackenzie. This division soon developed a fearsome reputation among both Alliance and AUA Forces alike, operating from hidden bases and the few seaworthy Aircraft Carriers; they launched hit-and-run raids against AUA Facilities, luring the Air Defenses away so Ground Forces could move in and recapture the territory they had lost.
It was Paul who devised and lead the attack on what was known as “The Bloodiest Day”, where every piece of war material available to the loyalist forces were committed to an all-or-nothing attack on the AUA Headquarters. While casualties on both sides were horrendously high, the AUA were taken by surprise and with most of their Air Forces caught on the ground and their Ground Troops committed elsewhere, the AUA Command were surrounded and eventually capitulated.
In the days following the war, Paul was knighted and awarded many titles and honorifics; most notably the title “Hero of Dhar’hyyk” for his actions during the war. Though accepting of the honours bestowed upon him, Paul rarely allows his titles to be used; and often cringes when they are.
Early Starfleet Career
Starfleet Academy and the Romulan War
When Paul was nineteen, a Star Fleet officer befriended the teenager and made a proposal he couldn’t refuse. The offer was to enroll in the Academy as a pilot for Star Fleet Starfighter Command, a chance for him to learn new skills and fly newer, better types of fighters. His skill impressed his instructors and he was assigned to a Training Ship under the control of Federation Customs. For three years, Paul’s training squadron saw little action due to their trainee status, flying customs interdiction patrols between lectures, until the Romulan invasion began. Paul saw service on the front line, intercepting Romulan raids across the frontier, accumulating an impressive kill tally. Paul's ability to devise non-standard tactics on-the-go soon drew the attention of Star Fleet Special Operations, who pulled Paul from his Squadron and assigned him to a special unit training on the planet Calder II. Exactly what happened on Calder is classified Top Secret, but it is common knowledge he and his unit fought through the Romulan occupation, and on the front lines when the first Marine Corps units arrived. After the liberation, Paul and his unit flew several strike missions behind Romulan lines, targeting Supply Depots and Fleet Staging Areas – a role in which they excelled both on foot and in fighters specially modified for their special missions.
While on a particularly dangerous mission on a world occupied by the Romulans, the team received orders to pull out immediately. The reason was simple – the Borg had invaded. While Star Fleet was ordered to lie low, Paul and his team kept to their mission of harassing the enemy. Using the tactics they had developed and excelled at, the team struck smaller Borg vessels and the gateways to their Transwarp Conduits. Attrition took its toll, and the original ten-operator unit found themselves reduced to five – of which only three were pilots. This hindered the unit's ability to operate effectively, but did not stop them responding to the call for all vessels to proceed to Earth in an immediate counterattack.
Paul and his remaining squadron-mates fought on despite the horrendous casualties inflicted on their squadron, managing to destroy several small Borg Scout ships before Paul's fighter was struck by debris from a disintegrating ship. Though wounded, Paul continued to fly his crippled fighter, using it to draw fire away from strike fighters attacking the Borg ships. Finally, the battle was over and Paul’s dying fighter was tractored aboard the Battlecruiser Dauntless where he spent the next few days in Sickbay. When he recovered sufficiently enough to be allowed to leave Sickbay, Paul received notification that his service record had marked him out and he was eligible to graduate earlier than the rest of his class. Deciding to postpone his Graduation, Paul returned home to Dhar'hyyk to train the new generation of pilots in the skills he had learned with Star Fleet.
After eighteen months, with three classes of new pilots successfully coached and trained, Paul decided to re-enroll in the Academy with a course transfer to Tactical. Since the Tactical and Starfighter Pilot courses shared much of the basic curriculum, he only had to retake his final year and graduated in the upper half of his class.
USS Philadelphia – The Early Days
Even though the first few months were traumatic, Paul eventually settled in on the Philadelphia and after his first six months had been promoted to Lieutenant Junior Grade. Soon after, following a semi-successful away mission and wrongful accusation of attempted genocide, he was promoted to full Lieutenant.
Paul became engaged to long-time sweetheart Lieutenant Hulan Liu, who despite a muscle-killing disease became pregnant with his child. Unfortunately Paul and Hulan’s family always fought, and Hulan broke up Paul before their wedding to stop her family disowning her. Paul was heartbroken and didn’t speak much for a few days, before Mirax and Alex both convinced him that just because he was alone again didn’t mean he couldn’t live life to its fullest.
After serving as Acting Chief Tactical Officer in Commander Tamerin’s absence Paul was promoted to Lieutenant Commander and assigned as Chief Tactical Officer aboard the Philadelphia. During one shore leave, he returned to Dhar'hyyk to participate in an air-race, but became mixed up in a new civil war – the legitimate government was ousted and Paul was declared a traitor by the new government and became an exile from his own home planet. When he returned to the Philadelphia, he found out that he had become a father and his daughter Jennifer had been entrusted to his care. Despite concerns made by the First Officer, Paul kept Jenny on board and with the help of Alex LaHaye began to raise her as well as he could.
USS Enterprise – Back in the Cockpit
After a few months as CTO on the Philadelphia, Paul attracted the attention of Fleet Admiral Benestead while performing his yearly flight exam. He was offered a position of Marine Squadron Leader on the Enterprise and accepted almost immediately. He formed his own fighter wing, hand picking some of the best pilots in the Marine Corps including a fellow pilot and lover from his homeworld – First Lieutenant Mackenzie Annan. The two helped train the other pilots in the wing in more unorthodox tactics they had developed in the civil war and Paul promoted Mackenzie to Captain soon after. The two became engaged following a training accident that nearly destroyed Paul’s fighter, and wasted no time in getting married soon after. Paul’s married bliss was shattered when a message from an friend from the Dhar’hyyk Defence Force showing that his mother had been killed in a bombing raid in the second civil war on his homeworld. What made matters worse, was that it turned out that Paul’s after leaving Star Fleet, Paul’s father had returned to Dhar’hyyk in secret. He wasn’t retired on Earth as he claimed - he was in fact the leader of the Anti-Unification Alliance.
The revelation that his father was a traitor put a new fire in Paul’s heart, and soon after the message was received, he began to gather the best pilots he could find in order to lead a mission to reclaim his home. After weeks of planning followed by a few days of intense fighting, Dhar’hyyk was free again. It was on the last day of fighting that Paul’s fighter was destroyed by anti-aircraft fire and he was critically wounded. Despite all Doctor Mike Wong of the Enterprise could do, Paul lost his left arm below the elbow, his left leg below the knee and had his left lung and three ribs replaced with synthetic replacements. In a ceremony nearly a week after Dhar’hyyk was freed, Paul and the crews of the Enterprise and the small fleet that had participated in the liberation were all decorated with Dhar’hyyk’s highest honour for offworlders. It was then that it was revealed that Mackenzie was pregnant with their child, and Paul immediately started work on their mountaintop home to make it more family-friendly.
After more than a month of boredom on Dhar’hyyk, in which he often snuck away from his mountain cabin to act as a guest lecturer at a local flight school, Paul was approached by Rear Admiral Joseph Daher to become the new First Officer of the USS Ticonderoga. Paul accepted, and he and Mackenzie transferred back to Star Fleet and have served on the Heavy Cruiser since just prior to the start of the current Romulan War.
Starship Design, The USS Ticonderoga and At War Again
After two missions on the Ticonderoga, one of which being the devastating and disturbing Battle for Starbase 157 in which he witnessed his own death and revival due to a spacial anomaly caused by an exploding Warbird, Paul returned to Dhar'hyyk to oversee the testing of the Experimental XF-2 Fighters which he had played a pivotal role in designing since the war began. During his time on Dhar'hyyk, a small squadron of Romulan Fighters ambushed Paul and Admiral Daher (who was training on the XF-2 at the time) and although the Romulans were driven off after a furious dogfight, Paul's father had escaped from prison during the mayhem. Worse still, an AUA raid had seriously injured his wife.
Filled with anger, Paul made his way to the camp where the men who had injured Mackenzie were based intent on killing every man, woman and child who lived there. Unfortunately for the residents, the Romulans had already bombed the small town into oblivion. Realising that his father and the Romulans had been playing both sides against each other, Paul went to Prime Minister Azrael and contacted the AUA leaders to negotiate an albeit-temporary ceasefire. When talks were concluded, Dhar'hyyk officially declared war on the Romulan Star Empire and is currently building its forces ready to help the Federation and its allies in any way it can. Paul was offered the position of Minister of War for Dhar'hyyk but refused - stating he couldn't be tied to a desk when there was important work on the front lines to be done.
He instead returned to the Ticonderoga, taking with him six of the new XF-2s. Reforming Halo Squadron from hand-picked pilots just as he had on the Enterprise, Paul was once again in the place he had always felt most comfortable - in the cockpit, leading a fight from the front. Halo Squadron performed exceptionally well at the Battle of Station Sierra-18, destroying three Pveer class attack ships and considerably damaging a fourth for the loss of only one of their own. Then, all of a sudden the war was over and Paul's career in Star Fleet was uncertain - he had only agreed to take the Ticonderoga job to make sure every experienced officer wasn't wasted...but without a war to fight, Star Fleet would once devote more time to exploration and aid missions - leaving Paul an old relic of past times best forgotten.
Family Life, Sins Of the Father and Loss of a Friend
Before he could talk to Admiral Daher regarding his future with Star Fleet, Paul recieved a message from his fugutive father who had kidnapped Mackenzie, their daughter Jenny and their newborn son in addition to key family members of other Ticonderoga personnel. Despite pleading with Star Fleet to be allowed to mount a rescue, he was flatly denied stating that Star Fleet did not negotiate with kidnappers. Paul then took this as authorisation to go himself, and managed to covertly insert himself and a team of commandos consisting of volunteers (most of whom were relatives of kidnapped parties) onto the planet on which the hostages were held. The mission was going smoothly, until Commander Stewart MacDonald was wounded by an enemy grenade. The wound was fatal and the Engineer wished to be helpful even in death, so despite his own feelings Paul left MacDonald to die in the building as he and the others escaped - the anger of watching his friend die, coupled with already strained nerves and emotions caused by the kidnapping of his family and his father's continuing evasion of justice erupted when, on the roof of the building, Paul shot and killed a man they had taken prisoner without thinking of the consequences and without showing remorse - an action that stunned many, but was not overly surprising to a few.
Disciplinary action was not taken before the Ticonderoga was dispatched on her next mission during which Paul found himself in command of the Ticonderoga due to a rare but non-fatal medical condition keeping Admiral Daher confined to Sickbay and then his Quarters. Although Paul’s actions ultimately stopped the Supernova they had been sent to stop, and taken the first step to bringing a new race into the Federation he had also made himself the personal enemy of a rogue Ferengi Daimon – something he was sure would come back to haunt him at a later date.
Later Starfleet Career
Admiral Daher retired from Starfleet following the Bishtar incident and Paul found himself thrust into Command just as the so-called 'Exodus' was reaching its most crucial stage. His first mission saw the Ticonderoga assigned to collect an amount of Ferengithium from the Ferengi Grand Nagus – a task that in the Nagus' own words, “required a favour.” Said favour was to restore control of his personal holiday resort, The Lobe Globe, to his control after the internal AI system went supposedly berserk and started killing guests. This later proved to be sabotage caused by the very same Daimon Paul had angered the previous mission.
Following this mission, the Ticonderoga was dispatched to Starbase Delta to attend the Annual Triangle Region Tactical Conference. This conference however, never took place as an emergency was declared and the Ticonderoga, along with a large portion of the Fourth Fleet was dispatched to Carraya to combat a Klingon Invasion. Though he started the battle co-ordinating the Fighter Wing from the USS Nova, Paul soon found himself deploying with Halo Squadron to counter losses suffered by the rest of the Wing. Though he technically disobeyed Admiral Grayson's orders in this pursuit, the matter was dropped and upon returning to Starbase Delta, Paul was awarded the Diamond Star and a surprise promotion to Commodore – something he would wonder about for months.
Following the disastrous mission to Carraya, the Ticonderoga was dispatched to the planet Yadalla to mediate over a series of disputes between the Federation Government on the planet, and a group of separatists who wanted to secede from the Federation. The negotiations failed to take place however, through a violent intervention by a terrorist group that had struck several times along the Neutral Zone in recent months. Though the terrorists were defeated and Yadalla remained part of the Federation, the ordeal left Paul wondering whether the citizens of the Federation deserved protecting – a feeling that would start to grow and fester in later months.
His separation from Mackenzie and the loss of contact with his children hurt him deeply, and he was informed of their disappearance from their cabin on Dhar'hyyk shortly after the Yadalla débâcle. He was left feeling numb and alone, and kept the tragedy to himself. He was offered a mission by Special Operations to reconnoitre a suspected Uihvueri base, using a battered old freighter. He knew it was a mission he stood a chance of not returning from, but took it anyway, not especially caring about the crew he would be dragging along with him. Fortunately, the mission was successful and a strike group followed up on his crew's mission, destroying the outpost and arresting a large amount of the people there. With his return to Starbase Bravo and following a long discussion with Alex, he began to accept that what was done was done, and that he needed to move on and let the people investigating the disappearance of his family do their jobs without his intervention.
During this time, Paul became involved with his newest Medical Officer – Lieutenant Samantha Rae Fritz, a Betazoid. Fritzy was a source of strength for Paul, helping him overcome several fears and traumatic memories amounting from his rise to command and experiences as a Fighter Pilot. Unfortunately, Paul did not devote the time and effort into the budding relationship that Fritzy deserved, and she soon left the Ticonderoga – deciding to run her family's ranch back on Earth. Fritzy's influence and subsequent departure would start wheels turning in Paul's head, leaving him feeling empty and lost, making him question his past and future, and resulting in his decision to leave the Ticonderoga and devote his career to something better suited to him.
Two years after assuming command of the USS Ticonderoga, Paul resigned. It was not a wholly unsurprising move, as he freely admitted he was not happy in the position. While the Ticonderoga and her crew were reassigned, Paul took up a new posting as head of a new Special Operations unit – the 666th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, which was created to operate along Federation Borders, hunting and eliminating Pirates, Smugglers and Terrorist Cells. He gathered the best and brightest pilots in the fleet, and was soon in action along the Romulan Border. It was during this time that Mackenzie and the children were liberated from a slave holding pen, hours before they were due to be auctioned.
The effect Fritzy had on Paul's life would stay with him throughout his time with the 666th, and he would always wonder what she would've thought of his decision. Would she have been proud that he was doing what he thought was right? Or horrified that he was once again placing himself in a position to be mentally and physically scarred? He knew she was only a holo-call away, and would have his answer...but has yet to summon the bravery to find out...
Commander of the Special Forces
Paul’s time with the 666th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing drew the attention of many higher-ups in Starfleet. Though the unit did not exist officially and its missions were clouded in secrecy; tales began to spread across the border of small ships appearing like ghosts to aid convoy crews under attack by pirates, or to rain death upon terrorist hideouts. Though the public began to love the ghostly fighters that never communicated with those they saved, some at Star Fleet Command believed that Paul was creating a personality cult – soldiers and pilots loyal to him and him alone. A decision was made, and Paul soon found himself awarded yet a second promotion and the position of Commander of the Special Forces.
Though meant to keep the man bound to a desk; there was a loophole in the duties the position entailed. Construction of a new Special Operations Command Carrier had just been completed; the Anarchy. Paul transferred his day-to-day command of the Special Forces to that ship; allowing him not only the freedom to move around the galaxy as he wished, but to remain actively engaged in operations against those who planned to bring harm to the Federation’s citizens. The Anarchy’s first offensive operation was to drive the Krynar out of Federation space, and Paul commanded the Anarchy’s fighter wing during the Battle of Tellar.
Following the defeat of the Krynar and the assassination of President Prenn; Paul was engaged in leading the hunt for those responsible, though he feared that there is more to the assassination and resulting power vacuum than meets the eye…
Academy Major(s): Fighter and Shuttle Piloting and Maintenance, Tactical Manoeuvres, Mixed Unit Tactics
Academy Minor(s): Computer Software Engineering, Demolitions, Marksmanship
Hobbies and Pastimes: Flying anything, restoring cars and aircraft, skiing, writing, drawing, SCUBA Diving, twentieth-century science fiction (such as Doctor Who and Star Wars) and playing the guitar
Short-Term Goals: Pass on his knowledge of starfighter tactics to the next generation of pilots so they might be as successful as he is
Long-Term Goals: Command of his own Carrier, a staff job in Starfighter Command, retirement, a pension and grandchildren
Personality: Calm and fun-loving but aggressive when agitated. Has been known to be extremely stubborn, and has been known to disregard his health and safety when trying to protect people he cares about
Sense of Humor: Dry wit, Paul is very cynical and has a very dark sense of humour
Likes: Dogs, flying
Pet Peeves or Gripes: Allergic to some cats
Achievements: Being awarded the title “Hero of Dhar’hyyk” and other accolades following the end of the Dhar’hyyk Civil War. Acceptation into Star Fleet Academy.
Disappointments: Not being able to prevent full-scale war on Dhar’hyyk. Not being able to prevent the Anti-Unification Alliance taking over the his homeworld
Illnesses: Paul's DNA has a slight mutation which makes it nearly impossible to regenerate or clone, though no scientific explanation has ever been found.
During the war on Dhar’hyyk, Paul was wounded on more than one occasion. His injuries include a shattered left collarbone, ruptured lung, fractures in both legs, bullet-wounds to various places in his body and various minor cuts and lacerations. While in Star Fleet, Paul received a major laceration to his face that left him badly scarred, and a bullet to the left shoulder while on an away mission.
While liberating his homeworld from the clutches of his father and a Romulan military force, Paul was badly injured in his left arm and leg. The injuries proved too serious to repair, and the limbs were amputated. Paul now sports a prosthetic arm below the elbow, and a prosthetic leg below the knee.
Later on in his career, Paul was blinded in his right eye by shrapnel. The eye had to be removed and replaced with an artificial.
Strengths: Natural pilot, confident leader, heightened situational and spatial awareness
Weaknesses: Paul has always been known to act following his own moral compass; this has been known to contradict official orders from time to time.
Fears: Cockpit fires, drowning, losing Mackenzie or either of his children again
Off Duty Clothing Tastes: Informal and comfortable clothing, usually wears a modified SOCOM pistol in a shoulder holster under his jacket or stuffed into the waistband at the back of his trousers.
Distinguishing Features: Many scars across body and face. Sometimes wears a patch over artificial right eye. Dhar’hyyk Air Force tattoo (Aquila clutching a lightning bolt in its talons) and "Scarface Squadron" tattoo (silhouette of a Bird of Prey poised to strike) on right bicep. Bio-synthetic limbs replacing let arm below elbow and left leg below knee.
Pets: Three cybernetic Ravens: Edgar, Allen and Poe. Originally meant as covert observation equipment in the years leading up to the Dhar'hyyk civil war, they came into his possession as a gift at its conclusion. Edgar lives in Paul's cabin permanently, Allen is currently watching over Mackenzie and the children while Poe goes wherever Paul goes.
Friends: General Mirax Terrik, Lieutenant Commander Alexandra LaHaye
Personal Paradigm Shifts
Most Painful Experience: Being routed from his homeworld and declared a traitor and an enemy of the state. Finding out his mother was dead and his father was a traitor
Best Time: When he found out he was a father. His wedding to Marine Captain Mackenzie Annan after an on-off relationship spanning fourteen years
Most Crucial Experience: His first confirmed kill. Paul was 16 when he made his first kill, starting the process that would change the young and naïve teenager into a confident and skilled warrior
Role Model: Paul has no definitive role model as such, although he tries to be one for the younger generation of pilots
|Cadet||Star Fleet Academy||20003.18 – 20403.18||Star Fleet Academy Graduate Ribbon|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20403.18 – 20404.01||Midshipman|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20404.01 – 20406.01||Ensign|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20406.01 – 20406.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20404.01 – 20411.01||Lieutenant Junior Grade|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20411.01 – 20506.01||Lieutenant|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20412.01 – 20412.01||Star Fleet Commendation Medal|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20501.01 – 20501.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20505.01 – 20505.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20512.01 – 20512.01||Star Fleet Commendation Medal|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20601.01 – 20601.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20604.01 – 20604.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20506.01 – 20702.01||Lieutenant Commander|
|Chief Tactical Officer||USS Philadelphia, FF-6053||20507.01 – 20702.01||Lieutenant Commander|
|Commander, Air Group||USS Enterprise, CV-07||20702.01 – 20702.01||Transferred|
|Commander, Air Group||USS Enterprise, CV-07||20702.01 – 20807.01||Lieutenant Commander|
|Commander, Air Group||USS Enterprise, CV-07||20703.01 – 20703.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Commander, Air Group||USS Enterprise, CV-07||20708.01 – 20708.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Commander, Air Group||USS Enterprise, CV-07||20709.01 – 20709.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Commander, Air Group||USS Enterprise, CV-07||20711.01 – 20711.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Commander, Air Group||USS Enterprise, CV-07||20801.01 – 20801.01||Annual Citation of Excellence|
|Commander, Air Group||USS Enterprise, CV-07||20805.01 – 20805.01||Diamond Star|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||20805.01 – 20805.01||Transferred|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||20805.01 – 21005.01||Commander|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||20806.01 – 20806.01||Role Player of the Month|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||20807.01||Purple Heart|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||20808.01 – 20808.01||Gold Star|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||20903.01 – 20903.01||Diamond Star|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||20905.01 – 20905.01||Role Player of the Month|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||20909.01 – 20909.01||Gold Star|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21001.01 – 21001.01||Role Player of the Month|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21002.01 – 21002.01||Role Player of the Month|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21003.01 – 21003.01||Role Player of the Month|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21003.01 – 21003.01||Star Fleet Distinguished Service Globe|
|First Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21005.01 – 21005.01||Diamond Star|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21005.01 – 21105.01||Captain|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21012.01 – 21012.01||Diamond Star|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21012.01 – 21012.01||Role Player of the Month|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21104.15 – 21104.15||Short Story Winner|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21105.01 – 21302.24||Commodore|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21105.01 – 21105.01||Diamond Star|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21107.01 – 21107.01||The Hayes Service Medal|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21109.01 – 21109.01||Second Romulan War Campaign Medal|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21204.01 – 21204.01||Gold Star|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21206.01 – 21206.01||Short Story Participant|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21209.01 – 21209.01||Gold Star|
|Commanding Officer||USS Ticonderoga, CA-1471||21304.01.01||Gold Star|
|Commanding Officer||Stealth Fighter Wing||21302.24 – 21308.09||Transferred|
|Commander of the Special Forces||Star Fleet Special Operations Command||21308.09||Rear Admiral|
|Commander of the Special Forces||Star Fleet Special Operations Command||21501.01||Krynar War Campaign Medal|
|Commander of the Special Forces||Star Fleet Special Operations Command||21802.20||Vice Admiral|
|Director||Star Fleet Tactical Command||21802.20||Vice Admiral|
|Admiral at Large||Star Fleet Command||21806.01||Vice Admiral|
- Unless otherwise specified, the information contained in this document is rated CONFIDENTIAL.