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Hobbies & Pastimes
- Horses – *Isaac owned a small ranch outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming on Earth, where he had five horses and over a dozen cattle. Isaac rode in amateur rodeo as part of his love of horses and the sport that comes with them.
- Collecting Ancient Automobiles – Isaac has a small collection of ancient earth automobiles he had found and restored on his free time. When he joined Star Fleet, he left the cars with his parents on Earth. When he goes home on shore leave he spends some time hand rubbing a coat of wax on each of the cars.
- Mother: Linda Lynn Green
- Father: James Lee Green
Born the only child of parents James Lee and Linda Lynn Green, Isaac grew up in and around Sydney, Australia. Isaac’s youth was relatively unremarkable. Isaac was the typical boy and he had his share of bumps, bruises, and broken bones caused by everything from crashing his bicycle to falling out of the gum tree in the back yard.
When Isaac was in year seven of school, at the encouragement of his father, he applied to the Sydney Boys High School which was an academically selective secondary school in the Moore Park district of the City of Sydney. Isaac’s grades barely made the cut and he was selected. Isaac finished his secondary schooling there, earning his certificate of completion. Isaac was involved in sports, specifically rugby, throughout the remainder of his secondary school career and the influence the Sydney Boys High School was so great Isaac had the school crest tattooed on his upper right arm. The words, “Veritate Et Virtute” (Truth and Courage) prominently displayed on the waving banner underneath.
After year 12, Isaac went on to the University of New South Wales where he studied law. He earned a Bachelor of Jurisprudence degree in only four years, but elected not to continue in university. One of Isaac’s school mates contacted him and suggested he try law enforcement as a career choice. Isaac applied and was hired by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
He took his first “patrol” beat with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Las Vegas, Nevada, Earth. At that time of his life, he had no interest of ever leaving earth and enjoyed his life as a police officer. In 2381, Isaac applied and tested for a position with LVMPD S.W.A.T. The selection process was intense, but in the end he was selected for one of the available positions. LVMPD S.W.A.T. was not a full time unit, but was instead composed of patrol officers who received specialized training in tactical operations to be deployed as necessary. His training included Logistics, Utility, and Entry operator training. He served as a team leader for the unit for two years.
On 238412.12, Isaac was involved in an incident where a teenage boy was mistakenly fatally wounded during a robbery attempt. The subsequent investigation cleared Isaac of any wrongdoing, but the LVMPD administration “strongly encouraged” Isaac to seek employment elsewhere. The lack of support by the LVMPD, and the public opinion of the incident as a whole, helped push Isaac toward Starfleet Academy and service off-world. Isaac had served four of his six years with the LVMPD in the Criminal Investigations Division as a detective, so security was his natural choice when he joined Star Fleet.
Academically, Isaac was middle of the road at Star Fleet Academy. He had little interest in being top of the class, but didn’t hold himself back either. Isaac found himself enjoying the unique challenges of Star Fleet, and looking forward to being assigned to a duty station off world. The yearlong cadet cruise was relatively uneventful. During his cruise, he helped in the investigation of a homicide on Star Base 23, and found that his previous experience with the LVMPD aided in his duties.
On 238801.17, Isaac completed his academy training and was assigned to the USS Ronin as his first true duty station. Isaac's feet barely hit the deck before he was neck deep in his first away mission. During a relief mission to the Breen world of Tyberius VII, the crew of the Ronin investigated an explosion that destroyed one of the Breen storage facilities as well as a large portion of the Federation relief supplies. The investigation revealed the Breen were responsible for the explosion and staged materials in the crime scene to implicate the Romulans.
Following the Tyberuis VII mission, Isaac took a step back and re-evaluated his position with the Security Division. He found himself craving the S.W.A.T. style activities he had trained for when he was in Law Enforcement. He talked at length with Marine Captain Miles Unum about the Starfleet Marines, and found interest in that duty post. Isaac penned his request for transfer to Captain Toni Turner and Lt. Commander Tallis Rhul, asking to be transferred to the Marine unit on the USS Ronin. The transfer request was approved and Isaac was posted to the 3/7 Marine Regiment on the newly commissioned USS Thunder, under Captain Turner.
Isaac became an active member of the Marine contingent assigned to the USS Thunder and the Duronis II Embassy. Isaac's activity as a marine earned him promotions and positions as team leader, and eventually as the commanding officer of the Marine attachment to the Embassy. Eventually, Isaac was promoted to Marine Captain and offered the position of Strategic Operations Officer with the Embassy staff. On 238809.14, Isaac disappeared from the embassy suddenly and without warning. Only a sealed set of orders left for Captain Turner allowed a brief, but very vague explanation as to his disappearance. Isaac remained on "Official Leave" until his abrupt return on 238901.04.
What wasn't told to anyone was that Isaac had been recalled by Section 31, Starfleet's covert operations cell... Mission CLASSIFIED
Isaac re-evaluated his role in Starfleet, and considering the recent missions he had been involved in, he decided to change his career path. He sent a memo to his First Officer, Commander Miles Unum, requesting a transfer from the Marine Corps. He continued to serve in the Corps until his transfer to the USS Mercury on 238904.22. This occurred when Captain Tallis Rhul suddenly and unexpectedly retired, leaving the Mercury without a captain. Commander Unum was reassigned by Starfleet Command to captain the Mercury and Isaac was among a handful of crew members transferred with him.
Isaac assumed the role of Chief of Security aboard the USS Mercury on 238904.25, leaving behind the green uniform in lieu of a gold one. It wouldn't be long though before he was back in green, frankly where he belonged at the time.
Returning to the Embassy, eventually promoting through the ranks to become the Marine C.O. until his reassignment shortly before Admiral Turner’s retirement. His reassignment sent him to service with Special Assignments. His time at the Embassy had given him training and experience in asset protection and site security. The training was beyond what the typical security officer was trained for. For reasons undisclosed to him, he was chosen to help develop a special protection unit.
Simply known as “The Team”, the members could be assigned to difficult or unique tasks, protecting a selected person or facility with the utmost discretion for the asset. The idea would be that nobody would know the operation, or the team existed.
It took a couple years to design and build the team, hand selecting each member based upon their individual training and experience. Eventually it came to fruition. That’s when the hard work started. Composed mostly of enlisted Marines and a couple of officers, The Team existed outside of the scrutiny of the usual chain of command. Most of his assignments were protection details and the like, often for an admiral or ambassador on some station somewhere. Usually the assignments were relatively benign, but on rare occasion the teams would be required to engage in a use of force against a hostile entity. Fortunately, those incidents didn’t happen very often, and even more rarely resulted in the loss of a life, wither friendly or foe.
Special Assignments always came with a certain amount of risk, whether to life and limb or to reputation. That was the call to duty, and sometimes things happen that either can not be controlled, or a decision that is made results in a negative outcome. That happed to Isaac late in 2399, and the result was devastating to his career. During his last mission on SA, he was assigned to protect a Federation ambassador and his family during their travels. He had been with the dignitary for almost a year and had become very close to them. One afternoon, he and the ambassador had been on a fishing trip to a lake near a cabin where the family was staying. As usual, Isaac was protecting the family but was also enjoying his time with them. The young son of the ambassador wandered off and fell into the lake without anyone knowing. The young man drowned and was unable to be revived. The family was devastated by the death of their child and a board of inquiry was convened regarding Isaac's failure to protect the youth. The ambassador and his family did not personally blame Isaac for their son's death, but it was ultimately Isaac's duty to protect the child. A long and arduous inquiry into the event, as well as a hearing before the board, resulted in Isaac being found responsible and disciplinary action was issued. Isaac was reduced in rank and grade, from Major to 1st. Lieutenant. This also meant the end of Isaac's career with Special Assignments. Unceremoniously, a transfer was issued, and he received his orders for his new duty assignment. As expected, a non-disclosure agreement was issued regarding The Team and any of the operations they were involved with.
When the transfer orders arrived, he found himself ordered to report for duty on Starbase 118, attached to the 292nd Marines.