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Fri Sep 23rd, 2011 @ 3:38am
Petty Officer 1st Class Donald McTaggart
Name Donald McTaggart
Position Computer Systems Specialist
Rank Petty Officer 1st Class
|Physical Description||Tall, strong, scottish build. Keeps his hair in a tight military Taper Cut, and is clean shaven.|
Personality & Traits
|General Overview||Intelligent, likeable, and calm, but normally quiet and solitary in social situations. Commanding prescence for whatever task at hand, instills wisdom to crewers under him.|
|Strengths & Weaknesses||Degrees Majors in Computer Programming, Communications Technology, minored in Warp Theory and Starship Engineering and Design. Experienced Squad/Shop/Section leader. Excellent in Drill and Ceremony.
Has only basic knowledge of Transporter, Ships Weapons, and Shuttlecraft systems. Tends to demand perfection from his crewers, is a "Square".
|Ambitions||To make Master Chief Petty Officer, and to work at Utopia Planitia or Starfleet Engineering HQ.|
|Hobbies & Interests||Plays Bagpipes and Tenor Saxaphone. Enjoys Modelmaking and Starship Design. practised Tang So Do and holds a 1st degree Black Belt.|
|Service Record||--Enlisted in 2379 at the Rank of Crewman 1C, recieved his increased rank for his Degrees in Engineering and Computer Tech. First assignment was as Computer-Systems Apprentice First Class aboard the USS Enterprise E (During her repair & refit after the Shinzon Incident).
--After 1 year attains the rank of PO-3rd-Class, and transphers to an open Computer-Systems Specialist 3rd Class position aboard the USS Thunderchild, and serves two years in that position.
--Upon making his PO2C, He moved into a team leader position, and was a well respected Engineering NCO.
--In late 2383, he was promoted to PO1C and transphered to the USS Challenger (Galaxy Class), asn the Computer-Systems Section Chief, and supervised the refit of the Challenger's Isolinear systems to the new Bioneural Network, and stayed on during her reintegration to normal operations.
--In early 2387 he transphered to the Iapetus in the same capacity, and is there to this day.