Allen Diaz/Professional History
Post Academy/In the Fleet
Allen's first assessment was on the USS Princeton. On his first mission, the ship passed through a charged nebula. He was tasked with its' study. As such, Allen was on the shuttle away mission that went deeper into the nebula. The charged partials passed through the hull of the shuttle and Allen's spots started turning red and burning. The pain got so bad that he had to be medically induced into a comma until the shuttle returned to the Princeton, where the CMO had no option but to surgically remove the spots. When Allen woke up and saw himself, he fell into a deep depression and spent a few months with the ship's counselor. However, the depression seemed to fade away when he noticed that he no longer itched when he ate some of his favorite foods.
After 2 years on the Princeton, Allen was promoted to a Lieutenant and was made the Chief Science Officer.
A year later Allen was transferred to the Midway Repair Facility and was made the Chief Science Officer after a new race of space dwelling bugs were found there by the USS Independence. Allen spent a year studying the bugs until he found a way to relocate them to another part of space away from the station. The Bugs had infested the outer hull of the Station, chewing through the hull and getting into vent shafts.
Allen was made the 2nd Officer and promoted to Lt. Commander after the bugs were relocated. He turned his blue uniform in for a red one.
Spending another year on the station, Allen saw an opening on Starbase 118, and transferred in as an attache to Captain Jaxx.
- Rank: Ensign
- Duty Post: Science Officer
- Commanding Officer: Thomas Halls
- Stardates: 238604.01 - 238604.06
Assessment: Captain Halls
Ensign Diaz is a fine officer. I feel he is a 'jack of all trades' and close to a master of most. He sees a need and fills it with out being told to do so. All of the department heads seem to like him and value his work. On a mission into a nebula, Ensign Diaz was injured due to an extreme dose of Gamma Proton Ions. They caused his spots to burn and change color. When he was returned to the ship, it was to the point that he needed surgery. I had hoped that he would recover better than he did, but if I was to lose a part of me or my heritage, I would guess I would handle it in about the same manner.
It was with great sadness that I had to relieve Ensign Diaz of duty for missing work rotation and while being on duty not attending to the work at hand. I have placed him in the care of our Counselor, Dr. Hayes. I am not listing this as an official disciplinary act, but rather an unofficial act pending the outcome of the medical assessment.
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