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- Full Name: Xavier Jett
- Current Rank: Ensign
- Race: Terran
- Date of Birth: 235506.18
- Place of Birth:
- Gender: Male
- Telepathic status: See Telepathic/Empathic Scale
- Height: 6'2"
- Weight: 186lbs
- Hair Color: Black
- Eye Color: Green
- Build: Muscular
- Spouse: Not married
- Children: None
- Father: Kelvin Jett, Chief Atmospheric Analyst, Xaris Colony
- Mother: Venus Jett, Owner, Wormhole Tavern, Xaris Colony
- Siblings: 1 brother; Kennedy Jett, Lieutenant Commander, USS Atlantis
I was born in New Sydney, Australian Continent, Earth, to Kelvin and Venus Jett. 2 years later, my father accepted a job on Xaris Colony. We moved there and I consider Xaris as my home. My mother opened a bar 3 weeks after our arrival. I have one older brother who is currently serving in Starfleet. We are not the best brothers in the galaxy, but we have always gotten along. He and my parents, however, have not talked for over 5 years.
While I was growing up, I realized that I have an uncanny gift for understanding the relationship between time and space. I began to study the subject intensely. When I was 12, I attended a seminar on Deep Space Nine featuring Captain Benjamin Sisko lecturing on the Bajoran’s Celestial Temple. I have read every unclassified article involving Captain James T. Kirk and Captain Benjamin Sisko, on their missions regarding time travel.
Both my parents were very disappointed when I announced my acceptance into Starfleet Academy. They wished for me to stay with them and tend bar at our tavern. However, I had the urge to get into the stars and see the universe as my brother did. Things have not been the same since.
I graduated from Starfleet Academy with a degree in Quantum Physics and a minor in Temporal Mechanics. Upon graduation, I was recruited by Section 31, a Black Ops unit. I served on the USS Nighthawk in the Beta Quadrant doing surveillance for 3 months before requesting a transfer due to a fall out between Captain Luke Beaumont and myself.
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I met Worf on DS9 in between sessions at the seminar as he was coming out of a holo-training program. He was carrying a weapon of some sort. I approached him and he offered to give me an impromptu lesson on the use of the Klingon Bat’leth. After that glorious day, I took an interest in Klingon weapons. I am now proficient in using all Klingon hand-to-hand weaponry. I was Starfleet Academy’s Bat’leth Champion my final 2 years before graduating.
I also enjoy less aggressive outlets, such as, Earth’s medieval period holo-programs, Velocity, reading engineering handbooks on various types of starships and reading articles regarding the advancement quantum physics and temporal mechanics.
I consider myself a very scrupulous officer. I will bend the rules when needed and only if there are no other alternatives available. I am a calculating, loyal officer. Trust does not come easy for me. I tend to keep to myself. Once you get to know me and I consider you a friend, I will go the ends of the universe for you. I am a very open, stubborn person. I will listen to your viewpoints but it takes a lot of convincing to change my mind. I do not have any prejudices when it comes to other species, other than those who are enemies of the Federation.
I would like to eventually return to Section 31, but considering the shroud of secrecy around the organization, that will most likely not be possible. Insubordination against my Captain didn’t help either. My viewpoint is that Black Ops are needed to ensure the security of the Federation. However, certain boundaries can never be crossed, such as killing innocent people to accomplish a mission. I have tried that end of Starfleet and didn’t like the taste it left in my mouth. So now, I bring my talents to the righteous side of Starfleet. Holding high the values and traditions that our beloved Federation was founded on. I only hope my short venture into the dark end do not tarnish my chances at a successful career.