Personal Logs · Medical Records
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- 2 Relationships:
- 3 CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY:
- 4 Current Post:
- 5 Awards Received:
- 6 MISSION HISTORY:
- 7 Guy's Photo's:
Father: Commander Perry Martin Hunt, Program Director for Shuttle Craft Development, Mar's Plant 12-1 A
Mother: Captain Helaina Martha "Davenport" Hunt, M.D., Chief Surgeon Mar's General Hospital.
Older Brother: Lt. Commander Jessie Hunt, M.D., CMO USS Tanner, Olympic Class
Youngest Brother: Perry Guy Hunt, Medical Student at John Hopkins
- Nicholotti, Kali, Kali and Guy bonded pretty early on the USS Resolution as new Ensigns. They would spend time playing music together and talking. Having spent time on an Away Mission together and Kali saved Guy's life when he feel off a cliff side.
- Breeman, Kevin, Guy and Kevin became friends on the Indy. They spent lots of time on the Holodeck and also working on a few projects in the Science lab. They bonded pretty quickly and Guy Trust Kevin more than any other Officer in the fleet.
- Rais, Radi, Guy and Radi have stated working more closely. Radi is the new Chief of Operations and so there is over lab work between the two. Guy thanks the Chief is very smart and very dedicated to his work. He enjoys all the work projects they work on together.
- Shepard, Scott, Guy became friends with Scott while bonding with him over work. Guy is proud to call Scott a friend.
- Voran, Kel, Guy and Kel meet on the Bridge of the Victory
- Ramsay, Ben, Guy and Ben dated for a little while and really does care a lot for Ben but has a hard time with dating someone and working with them.
- Early Life
Guy Perry Hunt was born on the Greece Island of Crete. His mother was stationed there at the Star Fleet Medical Operations Center for Advanced Surgery. In Guy's young life he lived on 3 star ships, 2 moons and an Astrid station. In Guys adult life he has lived on 1 star ship and 2 planets. Guy is an avid collector of artifacts to include his passion, ancient hand held weapons. His grandparent lives on Earth's Moon where they have the largest Coffee Farm in the solar system. Guy never travels without a case of his grandparent’s coffee beans, grinder and a French press.
- Pre Star Fleet Education
BS, Advanced Technology – M.I.T.
Master of Diplomatic Law – New York State
Studied Medicine at John Hopkins University
- Early Adult Life
Guy’s Mother urged him to enter Medical School. Guy became a Medical student at John Hopkins. In his 3rd year Guy got a job offer from the Federation Diplomatic Core. Leaving John Hopkins… Guy never really fit in there, so it was easy to leave, telling his mother the great Federation Surgeon was hard however.
At the Age of 28 Guy became the aid to the Earth Ambassador General. After two years of back breaking service and long hard hours he became the Chief of Staff for the Star Ship Operations, a 50 year old Excelsior Class-Refit, the USS Providence.
Guy Served on the Providence for 3 years aiding the Ambassador in all Diplomatic Duty's and 3 months on Romulus as a Plenipotentiary. While on the Providence Hunt went on 67 Federation Mission and worked on many agreements after 1st Contacts had been made. After Ambassador Hasten was killed, when his shuttle was the target of an attack.
- Star Fleet Education
Masters of Intel with Strategic Operations Minor, Star Fleet Academy
Fighter Pilot and Flight Control, Star Fleet Advanced Flight Academy
- Star Fleet Life
Guy entered Star Fleet Academy to get away from his own feeling after his friends death, hating the Romulans. Guy was also selected for Flight School in his 3rd year at the Academy. In Guy’s 4th year he went to the Advanced Flight Academy Mars. While at the Academy Hunt meet his 1st love David Harrigan, a Pilot and flight School Instructor. David was the main driving force to why Hunt went to Flight school. Guy did not want to hold a station at the helm. David and Guy became very close while Guy was at the Academy. Guy wanted a deep-space duty posting and David wanted him to stay on Earth or Mars, this conflict resulted in the two’s break up. Hunt was Selected for Duty aboard the USS Resolution by Commander Toni Turner.
While on the Resolution Guy posed as a Laudean terrorist on the Laudean homeworld… Guy fell off a snow bank while on the planet. Commander Nicholotti, climbed down the banks to reach Guy some 80 feet below the cave in. Doctor Eliaan Deron, was able to help set the bones in the cave they were staying in. After that Mission Guy was promoted to Lt. JG and made Chief of Operations…
During the next Mission with the Borg, Guy was transferred to the USS Independence as her Chief of Operations. While on the Indy, Guy was well known to butt heads with her Acting Captain, Commander Cody. Guy was demoted back to Ensign and relieved of his post. After an investigation Guy was cleared of all charges and transferred to the USS Ronin. Captain Walker made Guy the Tactical Officer… Guy hated the duty post and he had lost his love for Star Fleet after dealing with Commander Cody. Guy turned in his resonation to Captain Walker, and returned to Earth…
- Life back on Earth
Guy took a teaching job at M.I.T. as the Professor of Advanced Technology… He was very impressed with what he saw in his students… Guy picked out a hand full of them and took them to Star Fleet Engineering to help develop new Technology’s for the fleet. After a few years of teaching Guy was asked to head the department as the Vice Dean… Guy spent a few years in the role when Commander Andrus Jaxx walked into his office.
Guy was told about the missing USS Eagle, and Jaxx recalled Guy to the Fleet as Lt. JG and was placed as the Chief of Operations USS Eagle, on the USS Victory… Guy helped locate the Eagle where it had crash landed in an ocean… After recovering a few officer and sending the Eagle some supplies for the recovery operations.
Guy was transferred as Chief of Operations to the USS Victory and made a full Lt. Guy worked a mission where a Mining station had become ripped in time… He found over 5 different versions of his self on that station…
Guy was Transferred to Strategic Operations Officer and served the Victory in that role also taking up other departments from time… Guy also lead an away mission to Earth in 1969 and helped rebuild the Apollo 11 rocket.
- Other interest
Guy is a lover of classical music; his mother had him in music school at the age three. Guy attended the Julliard School of Music. He first learned the Piano and then ventured off to the Piccolo, Flute, Basset Clarinet and his favorite the Violin. Guy later took up the Pipe Organ, and played at his Parents Anglican Church for a year, until leaving for the Diplomatic Core. When transferred to the USS Independence, Guy was very happy to find that there were two Pipe organs on board, one in the Chapel and the other in the Theater. After long stressful days on duty you could find Guy in ether. Guy also held the USS Independence Symphony practice every Thursday night. Guy plays the Violin mostly in the Symphony Concerts, but will also play the pipe organ from time to time. Guy was the music Director for the Phantom of the Opera play that was held on the Independence, also playing the Organ for the play.
- 2370 Dominion Contact Guy was 15 Years Old
- 2375 Breen Attack on Earth Guy was 20 Years Old
Star Base 118 Second Officer, Strategic Operations Officer and Acting Intel Officer
The strategic operations officer is a post held by Lieutenant Commander Guy Hunt on Star Base 118 and the USS Victory... As the strategic operations officer, Hunt reports directly to Star Base 118 commander, Captain Jaxx. Hunt's primary duty as strategic operations officer is to coordinate all Starfleet activity within the sectors, of which Star Base 118 is a part of. In addition, he also has other various responsibilities aboard the space station stretching across several departments including:
- Small arms recalibration (someone with combat experience)
- Intelligence officer (Starfleet officer with a level 4 security clearance or higher)
- Fleet liaison officer
Many shipboard operations involve scheduling resources or hardware (such as power or the use of sensors) that affect a number of departments. In many such cases, it is common for various operations to present conflicting requirements. It is the responsibility of the Operations Management Officer (normally referred to as the Operations Manager or Ops) to coordinate such activities so that mission goals are not jeopardized. Having a crew member in this decision-making loop is or crucial importance because of the wide range of unpredictable situations with which a starship must deal.
The Ops panels present the Operations Manager with a continually updated list of current major shipboard activities. This list permits Ops to set priorities and allocate resources among current operations. This is especially critical in cases where two or more requests require the use of the same equipment, entail mutually exclusive mission profiles, or involve some unusual safety or tactical considerations.
An example might be a situation where the Stellar Physics department is conducting an experiment using the lateral sensor array to study a nearby binary star. Simultaneously, part of the same array is being time-shared with a long-range cometary population survey. A request from the bridge for a priority scan of a planetary system might jeopardize both studies unless Ops authorizes a minor change in attitude, permitting the Stellar Physics observations to use the upper sensor array. Alternately, Ops may weigh the option of placing one of the ongoing studies on a lower priority to provide the bridge with immediate use of the lateral array.
Most routine scheduling and resource allocation is done automatically by the Ops program. This frees the Operations Manager from routine activity, leaving him/her able to concentrate on decisions beyond the scope of the artificial intelligence software. The level of these decision filter programs can be set by the Operations Manager, and also varies with the current Alert status of the ship.
In cases where priorities are ambiguous or where specific Ops approval is required, the panels will display a menu of the most probable options for action. In virtually all cases, the Operations Manager also has the ability to input choices beyond those presented by the action menus. This is important because it is impossible for mission planners to anticipate every possible situation. Action menus may be displayed for any current activity even those which would normally be handled automatically upon keyboard request from Ops.
During crisis situations and Reduced Power Mode operations, Ops is responsible for supervision of power allocation in coordination with the Engineering department. Load shedding of nonessential power usage in such situations is based on spacecraft survival factors and mission priorities.
The Operations Manager is also responsible for providing general status information to the main computer, which is then made available to all departments and personnel. Ops routes specific information to specific departments to inform them of anticipated changes and requirements that may affect their operations.
An example is a scenario where an Away Team is to be sent on a mission to a planetary surface. Typical Ops responsibilities might include
Notification of Away Team personnel of the assignment and providing said personnel with mission objective information. When Away Team personnel are drawn from operational departments, Ops will sometimes coordinate to provide cross-trained replacement personnel from other departments.
Coordination with Mission Ops for assignment of comm relay frequencies and preparations to monitor Away Team tricorder telemetry.
Notification for issuance of tricorders, phasers, environmental gear, and other mission specific equipment.
Assignment of personnel transporter room to handle transport operations, as well as the assignment of a transporter chief to the mission. If available, Ops will also provide transport coordinates to the transporter chief.
Notification of Engineering to prepare for power allocation for transporter operations, as well as deflector shield shutdown, if necessary.
Such notifications are generally accomplished automatically without the need for active intervention by Ops. However, because preprogrammed functions cannot be expected to anticipate all possible situations, Ops is responsible for monitoring all such coordination activity and for taking additional action as necessary. Such flexibility is particularly important during alert and crisis scenarios, during which unpredictable and unplanned conditions must frequently be dealt with.
- The Xalor Clan Xifilis Award 2011
Missions on U.S.S. Resolution
Missions on U.S.S. Independence
- Rescue of Minors
- Midway Incident
- Sector 12
Missions on USS Ronin
- Too Little, too Layte
Missions at M.I.T.
- Teaching Advanced Technology
- Vice Dean of Technology, Star Fleet Adviser
Mission on USS Eagle
- None, Served on Victory
Missions on U.S.S Victory
- The Eagle is Located
- Mining Incident
- Remote Control
- Transport One Away Mission
- Empire Falling
- Космическая Rонка
Missions on Starbase 118: Operations
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