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Daydream {MCRP}

03/19/2012 09:53 PM 


Name: Jin OngAlias(s): NoneSex: MaleRace/Species: HumanAge: 16Birthday: August 18thSign: LeoFamily: Lu Ong(father) Diao Ong(mother)Birthplace: the Fire Nation Capital CityOccupation: Noble, travelerHeight: 5' 9"Weight: 161 lbs.Eye Color: BrownHair: BlackWeapons/Equipment: Throwing knives, dagger, jianAttributes: Firebending, expert martial artist, expert swordsmanshipBio: When Lu Ong gained prestige for his long years of service within the Fire Nation Naval Fleet, his first and foremost desire was to give his wife, Diao, and newborn son, Jin,everything he never had growing up and ensuring that they lived comfortable for the rest of their lives. With his newly acquired position within the noble class of the Fire Nation, he did just that.Being a native of the Fire Nation, and a noble one at that, Jin was brought up to believe his country to be superior with only the Earth Kingdom standing as rival. Despite this, Jin wanted to know for himself. His parents reluctantly allowed him to leave their manor and explore the world on his own. With only a pack full of clothes and a satchel of gold to last him several months, Jin took ship for the Earth Kingdom and began his journey.Theme Song~ Agni Kai by "Avatar: The Last Airbender OST"

Thomas Riker (Ass Kicker)

03/17/2012 04:43 PM 


Mission of Starfleet's SID:First and foremost the SID will be that of protecting the ranking officers of Starfleet.  This includes personal safety of their families as well as ensuring their professional saftey. Second, will be intelligence gathering.  This falls in with the primary mission of protection.  After all a forewarned Admiral is a forearmed one.Third is infiltration. Members of this team will, at the CO's request, perform additional duties, such as engineering, operations, medical, etc.  This will allow the SID officer to infiltrate possible subversive organizations.Fourth, through the utilization of the above four, the SID can  and will be used for probing of Starbase, Starship and Security defenses.  This probing can be either covert, or overt, with or without the Commanding Officer's  approval.  (Although approval must come from the Flag officers in this case).Fifth, for the SID is to conduct criminal investigation where prosecution is not the primary motive.The Jurisdiction of the SID extends into areas covered by other Starfleet operatives, and units.  Which unit (ie. Security, Special Forces, SSD etc.) has precedence over these other departments. The SID may, for example, be called in to investigate a Base's Security force, or to interdict possible contraband smuggling.  If it is found that Starfleet Security has a part in illegal activities, SID could be called in to infiltrate the Security Section in question to gather evidence.

Thomas Riker (Ass Kicker)

03/17/2012 04:39 PM 


Just as Starfleet is charged with the duty of protecting the UnitedFederation of Planets, and all of the citizens contained within thataugust entity, Starfleet Security is, in turn, charged with the duty ofensuring the protection and security of Starfleet itself, and to contributeto that of the UFP.  While Starfleet Security is but a small division, whencompared to Starfleet as a whole, it fills a necessary role in the smoothfunctioning of Starfleet, as is intrinsic part of it's quasi-military body.  Starfleet Security, as a division, was created shortly after theUnited Federation of Planets and Starfleet were founded in 2161.  Starfleet Security and Starfleet Intelligence, as divisions, have auniquely paradoxical love/hate relationship.  While each divisionfulfills a dramtically different role, their paths, out of necessity,cross frequently; SFSec requires the information that SFI gathers inorder to ensure the security of Starfleet, and SFI needs the protectionwhich SFSec grants them.  Further, they share large portions of theirSurveillance divisions; for almost every SFI Office on a given planet,a SFSec Office will be nearby.  These agents are the ones who interactthe most frequently, and tend to develop the strongest sense ofcompetetion, as they are performing very similar tasks. However,the purpose of SFSec Surveillance is not to gather intelligence,but this will be discussed in more detail later.  Not surprisingly, in order to function smoothly and efficiently,Starfleet Security is broken down into sub-divisions; Operations,Surveillance, Enforcement, Internal Security, Information, Interrogation(more commonly known as Q&A), Logistics, and Special Forces.  Eachsub-division is commanded by a Senior Officer of Starfleet Security, whoin turn, reports to the Branch Admiral of Starfleet Security or the UFPCouncil.  Starfleet Security - Command and Divisional Breakdown  Operations  While not the largest of the sub-divisions within SFSec, theOperations division fulfills a key role in the efficient functioningof SFSec as a whole.  Traditionally headed up by the SFSec XO, thisdivision is responsible for coordinating the activities of all otherdivisions within SFSec. Virtually all information which is passed fromone department to another passes through Operations, and it is Operationswhich decides the dissemenation of this information.  Further, Operationsis responsible for the staffing in SFSec, and organizes which StarfleetCadets will be admitted to the department, and into which sub-divisionthey will be assigned.  Surveillance  By far, Surveillance is the largest of the sub-divisions.  They areresponsible for keeping a close eye on all member planets andprotectorates within Federation space, and even keep watch on manynon-member planets and civilizations, a duty that is smoothly transferringto SFI Surveillance the less those civilisations are accessible to SFSec.Often, agents of this division have close ties to the local law enforcementorganizations on the planets to which they're assigned.  It is thisdepartment which has offices on most of the civilized worlds within theFederation, which they call 'Security Cells', and they frequently act asthe representatives of Starfleet Security.  Surveillance operatives sometimesalso possess discretionary powers, depending on their circumstances, and mayinvestigate, interrogate and incarcerate a known or suspected felon ifnecessary.  However, in these cases, it is preferred that Surveillanceoperatives report any anomalous activity prior to taking any action;individual action is only to be a last resort.  Not surprisingly, reports flood in from these operatives on a dailybasis, keeping Starfleet Security and SFI abreast of the current state ofaffairs in and outside of the Federation.  Enforcement  The second largest division within SFSec, it is this departmentwhich is often thought of whenever Starfleet Security is named.Enforcement is responsible for the assignment of operatives to apprehendknown or suspected offenders, and those who violate Federation law.Further, it is Enforcement which decides what method of apprehension isviable in a given situation, and is responsible to the placement ofbounties on known felons.  Enforcement also, from time to time, hiresindependant mercenaries and Bounty Hunters to assist in the capture oftheir quarry, again depending on the circumstances.  While, at first, this seems by far the most exciting department fora brand new cadet to go into, they quickly learn that this is not thecase.  Frequently, Enforcement Operations involve long, backbreakingsting operations and, sometimes, undercover work.  Starfleet vessels,more often than not, handle the large scale cases, leaving Enforcementto clean up after them, and handle the multitude of petty crimes whichoccur in the Quadrant each day.  Also, Enforcement co-ordinates withSurveillance and Logistics to decide how many Enforcement operativesneed to be assigned to a given system, and also often act as guards andsentrys at important planetary installations.  Internal Security  Just as Starfleet Security watches over the Federation, InternalSecurity watches over Starfleet.  Closely.  They are responsible forensuring that Starfleet personnel adhere to the laws of Starfleet andthe Federation, and do not abuse their authority.  Internal Securityalso investiagtes any incident which directly involves or affectsStarfleet personnel, and handles the apprehension and detention of theseprisoners.  Basically, Internal Security is SFSec within SFSec, so tospeak, and has their own internal divisions just as SFSec does.  Internal Security is an entirely separate department, related toSFSec and drawing from it's resources, but only answerable to theFederation Council and the President to preserve it's independence.  Internal Security, for the sharp edge it is taking in making sureno Starfleet officer gets off track, is not a very popular division amongStarfleet officers.     In addition to conducting it's own investigations, InternalSecurity also frequently co-ordinates with the Judge Advocate General'sOffice, acting as their enforcement arm when necessary.  Also, as theyare responsible for conduct of all Starfleet personnel, it is the JudgeAdvocate General's Office which tries the officers Internal Securityapprehends.  Not surprisingly, the two departments possess close ties.  Information  Within the United Federation of Planets, the free dissemination ofinformation, the right to free speech, and the rights of the media areall priviledges which are guarded and protected with great care.However, even in the free society of the Federation, there must be someregulation of this information, as Starfleet is often in possession ofconfidential, classified and senstive data that must be safeguarded.This is where Information comes in.  The Information division has the tedious task of reviewing allbroadcasts which go out over the galactic newsnet, ensuring that noconfidential information is released.  Further, they monitor allcommunications, both EM and subspace, for anomalous transmissions, orthose that use unidetified or unrecognized coding.  In privatetransmissions, they do not look at the transmission itself, as thatwould constitute a violation of Federation privacy laws.  Rather, theyinvestigate the behaviuor of these transmissions, and analyze theirstructures and makeup.  They also frequently run traces on thesetransmissions, to identify their sources and destinations.  They answer directly to the Director of SFSec and the UFP Council'sinformation committee and the Council at large. Information also is responsible for the developement andimplication of the coding that is utilized in Starfleet transmissions.They co-ordinate closely with Starfleet Engineering for this, to keepabreast in the latest communication technologoes available.  Interrogation (Q&A)  After Enforcement has apprehended a criminal, they are brought toInterrogation for questioning.  This is not as horrendous as it maysound; the Interrogation division, which is much more commonly known asQ&A due to the negative connotations associated with their division'stitle, are not bloodthirsty maniacs who strive to get a confession outof anyone who crosses their door.  Rather, they are dedicated teams ofCounselors, Engineers, Doctors and talented telepaths who utilize complexand sophisticated sensory equipment to determine the answers to theirquestions, and whether or not a given criminal is telling the truth.However, Q&A operatives are not all candy and sweetness either, and theyalways manages to get the information that they need.  Always.  Logistics  Out of all of the sub-divisions within SFSec, Logistics has to bethe most mindbonglingly boring of them all.  They are responsible forthe daunting task of analyzing the collasal amount of information thatSurveillance reports each day, and stripping them down to purely usefuland efficient information.  Logistics maintains the staggering number ofSecurity dossiers that SFSec keeps on all known criminals in theFederation, and updates these files on a daily basis, if not morefrequently.  Also, it is Logistics that compiles the Surveilanceinformation into statistical reports, which are in turn passed on toOperations, and then, if neceessary, Enforcement.  Further, all otherdepartments also forward them statistical information to be calculatedand computed.  These charts, graphs and reports indicate the crime levelsin a given system or sector, and calculates the average number of officersthat should be assigned there, the weapons that should be allotted tothem, etc.  From these recommendations, based on theoretical models andsimulations, that Operations and Enforcement make their decisions aboutpersonnel allotment.  A joke within SFSec says that Starfleet Engineer is a snap incomparison to being a SFSec Logistics Officer.  They're not so far offthe mark.  Special Forces  Special Forces, of all the sub-divisions, is by far the smallest.It is comprised of elite Starfleet Security Officers, all of whomspecialize in one, or multiple fields, and are experts in several formsof combat.  Basically, this division is the Green Berets of Starfleet,rarely called upon and only during the most extreme of circumstances.They handle operations which regular SFSec Officers and Starships areeither not equipped or trained for, or are too highly sensitive toinvolve crews with lesser security clearance. SpecForces, as theircalled, deals extraction situations, sensitive and localized offenses,and unusual situations that require the presence of specialists, as wellas a myriad of other tasks.  To say that the training these operatives undergo is rigourouswould be an understatement.  Their ranks are filled with only the bestand the brightest, those who's loyalty to Starfleet and the Federationis absolutly unwavering, and whose medical and psychological profilesare completely clean of any kind of abnormality.  In fact, at leastfifty percent of those officers who are assigned to this division aretransferred, simply because they can't keep up, or they aren't up toit.  More than one officer has left Starfleet because of the ordealsthat SpecForces put them through duing training.  Not surprisingly, they have always co-ordinated a great deal with theStarfleet Marine Corps, to have a contingent of Marines assignedalongside a team of SpecForce Operatives was commonplace.  HoloWorld Fleet Security - Cocoon Patrol  The security of the Cocoon is a crucial requirement for peace andcooperative prosperity in these new territories. Starfleet and theFederation will be judged by the amount of improvement and higherstandards they bring to each new citizen's life. The quality of lawenforcement will make a big difference to this end.  Starfleet Command agreed that in this light only selected personnelwill be admitted to the new subdivision named Cocoon Patrol. Due to thenature of the rather remote territory of the Cocoon the Cocoon Patrol willoperate largely independant and has adequatly staffed divisions just asStarfleet Security as a whole.  The current efforts focus on smoothing the strong influx of Starfleet personnel into the Juun Union and the problems that come with it. Also the opening of the Cocoon to commercial traffic on Stardate 80415 will keep the hands of SFSec full at all times. Therefore the enforcement division has staffing priority, with a preference for Bajoran officers which blend easier into the Juun majority of sector population.

Thomas Riker (Ass Kicker)

03/17/2012 04:39 PM 

Brin Macen

Brin MacenMacen came to the Alpha Quadrant in the aftermath of the Borg assimilation of his homeworld. A trained sociologist and accomplished explorer, Macen became the first, and only, El-Aurian to formally join Starfleet. Assigned to Starfleet Intelligence, he swiftly rose to notoriety for his unconventional methods and accompanying successes.Macen's career came to an apparent end in the late 2360's-early 2370's when he was assigned to infiltrate the Maquis. Macen found himself sympathetic to their settler's cause and joined in their activities while writing benign reports illustrating the nobility of most of the Maquis' goals and intentions. Serving under Ro Laren, another former Starfleet officer, Macen and the cell Ronara Prime enjoyed many victories over the Cardassians.This ended with the Cardassian alliance with the Dominion and the arrival of the Jem'Hadar. Ro and Macen managed to transport the bulk of their forces to Bajor and negotiate a deal whereby they could participate in a joint operation between Starfleet Special Operations and the Militia Special Forces. The displaced Maquis would serve as native guides to the former DMZ and Badlands regions. In exchange they would receive full pardons and either commissions in the Bajoran Militia or private citizenship and a small homestead. Macen was reinstated in Starfleet Intelligence and sent with Ro as her commando unit's Intelligence Officer.Following the war, Macen was recruited by Vice Admiral Nechayev to join a new Special Investigations Division of Intelligence. Macen assumed command of the premier unit of the newly incorporated SID. His subsequent missions have all proven successful thus far despite differences of methodology with Starfleet Command.On a personal level, Macen's curiosity and conviction remain both his greatest strengths and weaknesses. The man himself has no lack of imagination, which allows him to visualise several theories and scenarios at once. His experience in the Nexus has left him with the ability to sense time-space distortions in addition to his race's normal empathic and "listening" abilities.On a professional note, Macen's case has been by Starfleet Medical. As a survivor of El-Auria's assimilation, a veteran of the Border Wars, the Maquis Rebellion and the Dominion War, it is felt by many Starfleet psychologists that Macen may be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This condition lends itself to Macen's unpredictability as well as his extremist methods in command. Although adopting a laid back command style, once Macen makes a decision, it is final unless proven wrong. This tendency towards extremes often leads to conflicts with Starfleet regulations.

Thomas Riker (Ass Kicker)

03/17/2012 04:36 PM 

U.S.S. Defiant Mission Objectives & Types

USS DEFIANT MISSION OBJECTIVES & TYPES1.1 MISSION OBJECTIVESPursuant to Starfleet Exploration Directives 911.3, Starfleet Defense Directives 114.9 & 154.7, Starfleet Borg Defense Initiative Directive 371.6 and Federation Security Council General Policy, the following objectives have been established for a Defiant-Class Starship:Ensure Federation security through rapid response to threat forces.Serve as the first-line of defense in military combat operations and lend support to larger Federation starships.Provide autonomous capability for full execution of Federation defense & search and rescue policy options in outlying territories and border areas.Take on the burden of border patrol and threat-response operations from other starship classes currently, and projected to be, in use.Provide a mobile platform for testing and implementation of mission-specific or new technology, specifically in the areas of covert and tactical operations.Serve as a platform capable of rapid deployment for special and covert operations deemed necessary by the Federation.2.1 MISSION TYPESIt should be of little surprise that the Defiant-class is a spaceframe designed primarily for tactical and defensive operations, and thus, its primary mission types are rather one-sided when compared to most other ships that serve in the Federation fleet.  While this may appear to be short-sided of the Defiant, recent evidence suggests that continued hostilities between the Federation and threat forces means that tactical mission types will never be in short supply.The following are the primary mission types for the Defiant-class vessel:Tactical and Defensive Operations:  Typical missions include protection of Federation assets in the form of colonies and space stations from anticipated threat forces.Patrol and Interdiction:  Typical missions include the patrol of established neutral zones, shipping lanes and recognized regions of dispute and/or conflict.Reconnaissance:  Typical missions include scouting of areas deemed worthy of note by Starfleet Intelligence.Emergency/Search and Rescue:  Typical missions include answering standard Federation emergency beacons, extraction of Federation or Non-Federation citizens in distress, retrieval of Federation or Non-Federation spacecraft in distress, small-scale planetary evacuation - medium or large scale planetary evacuation is not feasible.Secondary Scientific Investigations:  In some cases, a Defiant is found to be the most suitable platform from which to perform certain scientific applications.  They include experiments and research that requires increased shielding to observe certain phenomena, or a weapons platform from which to test new technologies.The listed mission types are by no means the only operations that the Defiant is capable of performing.  Starfleet continues to run projections on possible mission types.

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