Biography for Ensign JG Alex Jefferies, a Male Human aged 25
who is assigned to the Starbase Geneva
updated this biography on 2008-07-28 21:09:23
Character Physical Description

Alex Jefferies

Eyes : blue Weight : 168
Hair : brown Skin :


Height : 5.7 Blood : red
is of medium bulid, with short spikey hair
History, Education and Skills
Family and Background :

Alex is a only child, his parents are both starfleet officers.



Starfleet Academy

Pre-Starfleet History


lived on different starships where ever her parnets were posted

Starfleet History


Medical History


has a clean bill of health thou has suffered from space sickness in the past



Alex is a skilled pilot, has good computer skills and has a good knowledge of engineering systems

Other Information
Hobbies :

socialising with the crew, spending time in the holodeck and tinkering with shuttle crfts to improve there handling

General Notes


Awards :

Admiral Bell threw her arms around the Ensign, "You don't have to be scared anymore, you don't have to be guilty anymore, you are not responsible for what that madman did to you.", she said to her quietly and for a moment longer, releasing her from the embrace. "It's going to take time, its going to be a toll... I will be right here, and I am not going anywhere."

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