BOYSON, KURT RUEBEN
STARFLEET SERVICE NUMBER: 794-FBP17-8456
Outpost Argo, U.S.S. Yamato
69704.7 (Sep 14, 1993)
-Shepard, John. Father. Captain. Human. U.S.S. Arlington
-Shepard, Miranda. Mother. Commander. Human. Deceased
-Boyson, V'Taal. Step-Mother.Commander. Vulcan. U.S.S. Arlington
-Boyson, T'Paar. Step-Sister. Commander. U.S.S. Washington
-Enlisted in Starfleet on Stardate 51402.8, tactical fighter-bomber pilot specification.
-Graduated on Stardate 54402.6. Assigned to U.S.S. Yorktown as Chief Petty Officer.
-Promoted to Ensign on Stardate 58625. Transferred to U.S.S. Essex.
-U.S.S. Essex attacked by Orion carrier on Stardate 58875. Ensign Boyson led counter-strike of 16 fighters and drove enemy carrier back.
-Promoted to Lieutenant. Awarded Starfleet Medal for bravery on Stardate 58888.
-Transferred to U.S.S. Ticonderoga on Stardate 59555. Promoted to Air Group Commander on Stardate 60101
-Lieutenant Commander Boyson transferred to Outpost Argo, Squadron VF-616 on Stardate 488345.3.
-Lieutenant Commander Boyson defended Transport Convoy VB-141 with Starship, U.S.S. Bulwark. Assigned as permanent Captain of Bulwark.
-Disappeared for 7 days. Returned in command of Galaxy Class Starship.
-Promoted to full Captain.
-U.S.S. Yamato; Galaxy Class Dreadnought.
Mental Health Evaluation:
Evaluator: Sedai, Katriel Eden
Authority: Psychological Counselor, Outpost Argo
-Subject: Boyson, Kurt Rueben
Length of Interview: 1.5 hrs
SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
The authority granted by Starfleet Medical P.D. finds the subject to be of sound mental health and fit for active duty, as of his official transfer date.
At this time, the authority acknowledges the subject’s history, as recorded officially, to be categorized as high-risk trauma, especially as pertaining to events during the subject’s ages thirteen through fifteen. Subject’s medical history and record already includes extensive debriefing regarding this history and authority currently has very little to add in terms of the subject’s acknowledgement of these events.
Authority’s report will focus on the subject’s current state of mind, which authority finds to be somewhat singular. Despite difficult personal history and emotionally-charged motivations for enlisting in Starfleet, subject appears to have largely matured and evidenced a fairly level-headed approach to his work and personal life. Subject possesses something of a blunt or dry manner and seems to be, not exactly apathetic, but unconcerned by what others might perceive of him and his speech. Subject also demonstrated a droll sense of humor and was perfectly at ease with making mildly intimate overtures in social situations.
As subject is successfully pursuing healthy social relationships with others, authority would like to cautiously conclude that the subject appears to have acclimated satisfactorily to his adult life and professional career.