Biography for Ensign Dana Travis, a Female Human aged 31
who is assigned to the Starbase Geneva
updated this biography on 2008-11-16 05:18:42
Character Physical Description

Dana Travis

Eyes : Brown Weight : 72kg
Hair : Black Skin :

White

Height : 5 foot 9 Blood : Red
Her hair is short and has a spiked style. Her skin appears soft, often coloured with blush to soften her pale white skin. She holds herself with a confidence that is clear whether she is standing still or completing a task. Appearing focused much of the time, she does have a fantastic smile when the moment strikes her.
History, Education and Skills
Family and Background :

Dana was brought up by a typical Starfleet family, hailing from the planet of Iadora. She was often more fond of her father while growing up, given that her mother held a position at the local Starship design facility and often spent weeks away from home. As a result, she developed more of a ‘tom-boy’ attitude to life, and was never afraid of getting her hands dirty. She is an only child, so her father doted on her constantly while she was a child, but he was taken away from her in tragic circumstances while she was a teenager, and she was forced to redevelop the bond with her mother, something she never really managed to do.

Education

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She attended the local primary and secondary schools in her local town on Iadora. After her father died in a tragic accident, she decided to leave the planet to attend an Engineering institute on the New France colony, in the nearby Arachnid Nebula.

Pre-Starfleet History

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Before joining the academy, Dana spent her life roaming from colony to colony in search of her true vocation. At the young age of 18, she left Iadora for the New France Colony. Spending 2 years planetside, she journeyed yet again to various worlds, such as Pollux, Beta Rigel, Lorillia, and even Vulcan. When she was 25 she travelled to earth to join the Academy, he chosen speciality, to become an expert in Electrophotonic & Plasma Fields.

Starfleet History

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Graduating the academy in 2405, Dana was first stationed on Starbase Geneva, where she was part of a maintenance team for incoming ships. By the middle of 2406, she was still only an Ensign, but she had earned a great deal respect from many Starship captain’s she been in service too. Captain Sash allowed her to transfer to the USS Nimitz as part of the engineering team. Stardate 2407.07.31: Transferred to the USS Hades.

Medical History

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Nothing unusual on file

Skills

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She has always had an ability to manage, a skill that assisted her greatly in group projects at the academy. She is focused, and has a keen interest in Electrophotonic & Plasma Fields, which happens to be her speciality.

Other Information
Hobbies :

She enjoys letting her hair down with a drink and some friends. She has a wicked side that can lead to a strange sense of humour, although that has a lot to do with the company that she keeps. She often enjoys creating and manipulating Energy fields on the holodeck, a personal fascination of hers since she was young, and a direct result of her chosen specialty.

General Notes

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Now she is out of the academy, she is a keen socialite. Friends with many of the female and male crew members onboard, she is known to be somewhat of a wild child when off duty, while she is known as quite the opposite while on duty.

Awards :
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