|RANK:||Starfleet -- Captain|
|INTERESTS:||Generally reads, hikes in real mountains whenever in orbit of a planet. Has an interest in ancient history, especially of the period of Earth during the Roman Empire and the so called World Wars. Also enjoys a good beer.|
Faolin's parents, Oisin and Caoihme are engineers working for a company on earth. They had questioned his choice for entering into Starfleet, but supported him all the way through the training process. His childhood was relatively normal, growing up in rural Ireland with his sister, Neila. He enjoyed going for horseback rides out to the ancient Irish castles still found amongst the green hills.
After getting his posting onboard the USS Jenola, Faolin met Karen Gilford, an assistant engineer. The two of them spent a year dating, and eventually decided they should get married. Shortly after they became engaged, however, the frigate came under heavy attack from a Breen scoutship. They managed to escape, but not without sustaining casulties, including Faolin's fiance, Karen. Shortly afterward came his promotion to Lieutenant, and he requested a transfer onto a large exploration cruiser, where he became the Beta Shift Ops officer, allowing himself to escape what had happened in his past.
spent 4 years at Starfleet Academy
spent 2 additional years at the Advanced Operations school
Spent 2 years out on the federation frontier with the USS Jenola on the Federation Frontier. Was promoted to Lieutenant after this, and reassigned to the USS Picard as Beta Shift Ops officer. While onboard, he was promoted to full lieutenant. Served onboard for 4 years before being reassigned to the USS Odyssey.
While onboard the USS Odyssey, Faolin has distinguished himself many times, and has worked his way up to Commander.
|SPECIALTIES:||Is known for his ability to quickly analyize a situation that arises with the ships' systems and try to get it fixed as soon as possible, sometimes using completely unorthodox methods.|
Character Created - March 16, 2005
Character Undelete - July 11, 2010