Fletcher, Adam

Fletcher

FLETCHER, ADAM
STARFLEET PERSONNEL RECORDS
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, EARTH

GENERAL INFORMATION:

GENDER: MALE
RACE: HUMAN
AGE: 25
DATE OF BIRTH: DECEMBER 9TH 2342
PLACE OF BIRTH: NEWPORT, OREGON, EARTH
STARFLEET ID: AW-160.109
MARITAL STATUS: SINGLE

PARENTS:
MOTHER:
NICOLE FLETCHER, 57
GARY JOHNSON (ESTRANGED)
SIBLINGS:
Ltjg. ANNALYSE FLETCHER, 31, STARFLEET SCIENCE (MIA)
LtCdr ANTHONY FLETCHER, 34, STARFLEET SECURITY (KIA)

STARFLEET INFORMATION:

DATE OF ENTRY: 18TH AUGUST 2360
PLACE OF ENTRY: SAN FRANCISCO, CA, EARTH
ACADEMY: YES

TYPE OF TRAINING: ENGINEERING – ADVANCED ENGINEERING

ADD’L TRAIN: YES

TYPE OF TRAINING:
FLIGHT OPS – BASIC HELMSMANSHIP
ENGINEERING – STARSHIP MAINTAINANCE

COMMAND SCHOOL: NO

COMP’L DATE:

N/A
PRIOR EDUCATION:
Archer high school

SERVICE RECORD:
1ST ASSIGNMENT: 2364-2367
PROXIMA MAINTAINANCE YARDS
ENSIGN, YARD ENGINEER
+1 AWARD +0 PROMOTIONS

2ND ASSIGNMENT: 2367-23XX
USS NAVAJO, NEW ORLEANS, NCC-61701
ENSIGN, ASST. CHIEF ENGINEER
+0 AWARDS +PROMOTIONS

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
Weight: 180LBS (80KG), Height: 6’1’’, Athletic build.
Personality Overview: Outwardly, Adam comes across as a professional and driven individual. Beyond the exterior is an intelligent, compassionate and friendly young man although recent events have left him a little raw and withdrawn.

AMBITIONS:

To get his life back on track, in all aspects. He is trying desperately to live up to the expectations that he is perceiving himself to be under and at this point would like nothing more than to escape the confines of a lowly ensign.

INTERESTS:

Boxing, he fought competitively during his time at the academy and was pretty good at it, losing twice in sixteen fights. He maintains an interest in amateur boxing but isn’t such a big fan of the professional side of the sport. Soccer, Rugby, Baseball, basketball, Classic Aviation. All things water, swimming, surfing, splashing about in the shallow bits. He once attempted sailing but it didn’t go well and has not attempted such an endeavor since. Of late he has enjoyed hiking up mountains, the idea of doing this for longer than a day at a time is one that appeals strongly although he has yet to find the time to try it. Learned to play the guitar from his Brother.

HISTORY:

Adam was the youngest of the three children produced by Nicole and Gary Johnson. Born in Newport, Oregon his father departed when he was barely two and so he has very little memory of the man, nor does he have any interest in finding or getting to know him. Besides that, Adam’s childhood was relatively uneventful. Any void left by the lack of father was adequately filled by his older siblings with whom he grew extremely close, his summers were spent hanging out on the beaches, exploring the nearby forests or if the weather didn’t lend its self to either of these, ‘adventuring’ with his brother which generally meant a trip to local holosuites.

It wasn’t really until the family moved south from Oregon to San Francisco at age 12 that Adam really began to distinguish himself in his own light. The move came about after his sister had been accepted into the academy and with his brother already there, it seemed to be a logical step. In his new school and with the people who he has really come to idolize away from the family home for extended periods, Adam was able to flourish and developed quickly into a confident and intelligent young man who began to excel in his studies. Despite not really pushing himself toward more technical subjects (He originally wanted to go into security like his big brother), it became quickly clear to his teachers that such fields came quite naturally to the smallest Fletcher. With quiet encouragement from those around him it was not long until finding Adam fixing things not only around the home but in those of his neighbors’, friends and even at school was a frequent occurrence, he got a strong feeling of satisfaction in taking something broken and seeing it working again.

He had a life outside of this of course. In high school he made friends easily although his judgment was sound enough that he avoided any of the bad crowds. He took up playing several sports and very much enjoyed representing both the school and city in various competitions during his time there.

It was no surprise to anybody when it came to his next move. He naturally applied to Starfleet, the desire to follow brother and sister apparently overwhelming it also failed to surprise when he was accepted.

He took life at the academy in his stride as he had almost everything else in his life up to that point. He realized quickly that he wasn’t going to be the smartest person there. Some of the cadets he took classes with were utterly brilliant, so far beyond his ability that he knew he wasn’t going to beat them on pure ability and so instead he decided that he would simply work harder than them. He finished a respectable twelfth in his class out of eighty-seven. Whilst happy to have graduated, he was disappointed.

His first assignment wasn’t quite the state of the art star cruiser he had hoped for but at least, he supposed, working at a maintenance yard would allow him to get his hands on all kinds of equipment. Life at Proxima could’ve been worse. There was plenty of personal space and there was a new task every day but still it felt slow. There were few prospects of promotion and it was difficult to get reassigned since nearly everybody there with any ambition was trying to do the same. Adam was reluctant to settle there though and continually pushed for something a little more exciting.

And then he got his wish. And then Wolf 359 happened. And then everything changed.

Adam had been travelling back to Earth at the time of the battle where he had been intending to spend a week with friends and family before moving on to his new assignment aboard the USS Navajo, the Borg had other plans though as they would take the life of Adam’s older brother with his sister being reported as missing.
He would later discover that half a dozen friends would also be declared missing or KIA during the fight.
Adam arrived home in time to bury his brother, the whole event practically tearing him apart. He had never really been a big drinker but around about the same time that he was grated extended leave, he started. At the worst of it he would simply disappear apparently off the face of the planet before turning up days later in the oddest of places. It took a lot of effort from those closest to him to get him to see sense again. Most of that came from his Academy sparring partner, now Lieutenant Jerry Travis and a girl named Amanda Daniels.

It took a confrontation in a downtown bar for him to finally realize what he really still had left. One jerk getting a little pushy and a bar full of newly commissioned officers and late year cadets rising to help a brother in need was what Fletcher needed to put things back into perspective a little bit. He had worshipped his older siblings but now he had a bigger family now.

Girls has come and gone throughout Adam’s life but only Amanda Daniels had remained. Neither had ever admitted their feelings but the two were close and looking back Adam would never be certain that he could’ve pulled out of his tail spin had she not stepped up for him in the biggest of ways. With her help in particular, he began to fix things again although this time not in the physical sense.

Things were not perfect by the time it came to leave and to be honest, Adam wasn’t certain things ever would be again but they were as good as they were going to get for the time being – at least he could look his mother in the eye again. With Jerry’s promise to watch over Mom and Amanda’s promise that she’d still be there when he returned (To date neither has admitted their true feelings toward one another), Ensign Adam Fletcher departed for the Navajo.

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

TATTOOS:

TEXT “And I will wait for you tonight
You’re here forever and you’re by my side” (FOREARM)

TEXT “Anthony, Anna
David Yoder, Tyler Allen, Sophie Hayler
Gabb Aers, Toria Cesyl, Seb Kruse” (LEFT SHOULDER)

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