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Major Timothy Hawk

Name Timothy Hawk

Position Second Officer

Second Position Marine Commanding Officer

Rank Major


Character Information

Gender Male
Species Human
Age 29

Physical Appearance

Height 6'1
Weight 200
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Hazel
Physical Description Average build, with no noticeable scars, short military buzz cut, tan

Family

Spouse None
Children None
Father Timothy
Mother Renee
Brother(s) 1 (Not sure if I should have went hardcore and made names for siblings)
Sister(s) 2
Other Family None

Personality & Traits

General Overview Pretty cocky depending on the situation but open minded, and listens to those around him, quick to pay attention to things people say or details. Can be very mission focused and serious while on assignment.
Strengths & Weaknesses Can easily get caught up in a situation and lose goal of long term objectives.
Ambitions To protect those fellow crewmen around himself.
Hobbies & Interests classic earth movies and music, 21s century, camping, star gazing, working on personal ship projects

Personal History Grew up in Los Angeles, north American continent. Coming from a long history of Star Fleet, MACO/Marines family history, currently family is retired from star fleet serving as a ambassador. Mother is a Doctor for star fleet medical headquarters on Earth. Enlisted to fight during the Dominion wars on the ground but after sometime found himself back in Star Fleet, seeking command level experience. Is relatively new to Star Fleet only a few short years, and last experience was aboard the U.S.S.-Agamemnon, under his own father. Is now back Earth side awaiting a new assignment. Has shuttle, squad, and transporter team command experience. Feels more comfortable commanding a fighter squadron then sitting at a desk writing after action reports.
Service Record Combat experience during the Dominion war, on the ground, and multiple missions in a fighter. Some bridge experience, but it was only towards the end of the war and not very much. Will be coming from a combat point of mind, but happy to see a change. Some disciplinary issues with not following 'exact orders', acknowledging receipt of message, but following own version during the war. But during peace time, not active combat, follows orders as given.