Reese Everhart

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Everhart, Reese

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RANK
Commander
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POST
Command School,
Earth


SERVICE NUMBER
SO-138-1339 BER





DEMOGRAPHICS

SPECIES
Human
GENDER
Male
DATE OF BIRTH
61200.59(Mar 14, 2384)
PLACE OF BIRTH
New Berlin, Luna
HEIGHT
1.8 M
WEIGHT
72 kg
EYE COLOR
Blue
HAIR COLOR
Blond


CAREER MILESTONES

2384 | Born.

2402 | Admitted; Starfleet Academy.

2406 | Graduated Starfleet Academy.
Promoted to Ensign.
Assigned to the U.S.S. Firestone.

2408 | Critically injured during lab incident.
Transferred to Deep Space K-7 for recovery.
Promoted to Lieutenant (Junior Grade).

2409 | Transferred to U.S.S. Ferdinand as Assistant Chief Science Officer

2411 | Promoted to Lieutenant.

2412 | Assumed duties as Chief Science Officer aboard U.S.S. Ferdinand.
Served as CSO for two subsequent cruises.

2413 | Promoted to Lieutenant Commander.
Transferred to Deep Space 13 to assume duties as Assistant Chief Science Officer.

2414 | Promoted to Commander.
Chief Science Officer, Deep Space 13.

2414 | Transferred to Earth for Command training.


BIOGRAPHICAL HIGHLIGHTS

Grew up in New Berlin in a stable, mostly Starfleet family. Come minimum age to join the academy Reese applied and was admitted. Not at the top of his class, or the bottom, Reese worked his way through the curriculum. Eager to learn and explore he set out aboard the Firestone, a Luna class science vessel assigned to track down various anomalies in the Donatu and Archanis sectors. A brief engagement with Syndicate vessels incapacitated the Firestone’s command staff. Reese managed to take the helm and escape the area, fleeing to the nearest starbase. He was awarded for his actions and promoted. That brief taste of combat was enough and he immediately put in for a transfer after returning to duty. Aboard K-7 he focused on furthering his field and wrote two papers on the long term effects of impulse use in atmosphere. Feeling the call of space again he was soon aboard another vessel. The Ferdinand was a pure science vessel, with only a token armament. He became close friend with the crew throughout the four years he was aboard. He’s still in contact with most of his colleagues. After the Ferdinand’s last cruise in 2414 the ship was decommissioned. Wanting a change of pace a station posting was sought after. DS-13 was the final choice.

IMMEDIATE FAMILY
  • MATERNAL Diane Everhart. Commander (Ret.), New Berlin.
  • PATERNAL Maximilian Everhart. Commander (Ret.), New Berlin
  • BROTHER Christian Everhart. Commander, U.S.S. Tycho
  • BROTHER Tyler Everhart. Lieutenant, Earth Spacedock.


MEDICAL HISTORY

PHYSICAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT
STATUS: OK for active duty
UP TO DATE: Y
EVALUATOR: Susan White

NOTES: No major or minor concerns. Subject is healthy with no know allergies or abnormal genetic markers.


MENTAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT
STATUS: OK for active duty
UP TO DATE: Y
EVALUATOR: Katriel Sedai

NOTES:
Spoiler: Summary of FindingsShow
Subject: Everhart, Reese
Stardate: ((09/17/15))
Length of Interview: 1.5 hrs
Level 2: Confidential

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 assessment date. Authority affirms that no potential psychological trauma was observed during the interview.

During interview, authority observed subject to be in possession of a pleasant attitude, with lightly-humored and generally affable mannerisms. Authority was gratified to learn of the subject's willingness to actively pursue improvement in his surroundings, as well as a keen interest in values of cooperation and striving to achieve comfortably balanced working relationships with his peers, all qualities that seem to be increasingly rare in this day and age. Subject maintains a practical head, noting potential areas for concern without leaping too quickly to negative conclusions.

Both the subject's perceived outlooks on the world in general and on other people and their motivations trends towards positive. Subject has also cultivated a fairly strong sense of self without tilting towards arrogance, enabling his thoughtful demeanor and readiness to seek out counsel from those around him, as well as his certainty in the strength of his support network. Subject does acknowledge a trivial dislike for the more combative aspects of Starfleet and may potentially have difficulty empathizing with those he disagrees with, but as he maintains a fairly realistic approach to most scenarios, authority currently has no concern that subject might make any civil misstep in these regards.

((The full, attached report goes on for another 6 pages.))
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