Biography for Ensign JG James Alexander, a Male Human aged 34
who is assigned to the Starbase Geneva
updated this biography on 2008-04-19 15:29:55
Character Physical Description

James Alexander

Eyes : Hazel Weight : 170 lbs
Hair : Blonde Skin :

Pale White

Height : 6 foot 1 Blood : Red
Lanky, but not skinny; fit and wiry, long reach
History, Education and Skills
Family and Background :

Native of San Francisco; parents civilian employees of Starfleet Academy, both retired and moved to Brazil. Single, no significant other.

Education

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Starfleet flight school, Computer Ops

Pre-Starfleet History

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Joined the military right out of High School

Starfleet History

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Change

Medical History

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Intermittent Migraine headaches

Skills

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Adept pilot, passable computer skills

Other Information
Hobbies :

Unarmed Martial arts, people-watching

General Notes

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James keeps mostly to himself, but when he does socialize, he’s comfortable around people. He likes to party, and he likes the ladies; he just doesn’t reveal much about himself in the process. He’s soft-spoken, and a good listener, but he has a sharp wit and a ready sense of humor, albeit rather dark. He displays considerable insight and understanding, often becoming a confidant to those few he gets close to. He’s difficult to read, but he can often say more with one word and a simple expression than many can with a whole speech.

Awards :
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