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Lieutenant Steve O'Carroll

Name Steve Thomas O'Carroll

Position Chief Operations Officer

Rank Lieutenant


Character Information

Gender Male
Species Human
Age 27

Physical Appearance

Height 6'0"
Weight 183
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Green
Physical Description Not muscular by any means, Steve does fill out his frame well for a man his age. He does not miss the required PT and while not a gym rat, he does visit it a few times a week for weight training. He also does mixed martial arts, while that has not improved his coordination, it does help tone his frame.

Steve has short brown hair cut to regulation length and has two small scars on his chest. He has no tattoos.

Family

Spouse None
Children None
Father Lt. Commander Aaron O'Carroll
Mother Lt. Commander Sara O'Carroll
Brother(s) None
Sister(s) None
Other Family None

Personality & Traits

General Overview Having spent more time in space than on a planet surface, Steve is at home in a starship or starbase. Having no real planet he would call home, Steve was a natural fit into Starfleet and lives for the opportunity to see strange new things that none else may have discovered yet.
Strengths & Weaknesses Strength:
Adaptable
Explorers mentality
Dedicated to Starfleet

Weaknesses:
Gullible
Awkward on land
Clumsy
Ambitions Short term is to master the Chief of Operations position and to be a respected and valued member of the Senior staff. Long term goals include getting into a command program and learning new skills and hopefully growing his career.
Hobbies & Interests Hobbies
Bartending/mixology
Martial Arts
Astrophysics
Billiards

Personal History Steve was born a spacer. His parents both long term Starfleet officers served aboard a Nebula class starship, where Steve was born. Steve was born during warp travel and was not near any planet to call home. While not unique, it was still uncommon, and his official record of birth shows birth place as USS Galileo.

Growing up as a child of two Federation officers meaned that all schooling was done on ship. Most of that time was on larger Nebula and Galaxy class vessels that were designed to accommodate families. Visiting his grandparents on Earth was enjoyable, but always took him a very long time to get adjusted to non-ship noise. Going to sleep without the soft hum of the engines took time and waking up to birds and other strange noises usually gave him a start.

After graduating school, Steve joined the academy like his parents and tried to follow in their footsteps only choosing operations over engineering or science. He trained at the academy and grew a bit more accustomed to the sounds and smells of planet life, although he still becomes very uncomfortable when outside of buildings and urban environments. For Steve, nature felt unnatural to him.

With the academy concluded, Steve found his first posting as an Operations officer was on a familiar vessel, the USS Galileo. She had just completed a refit and some Admeral decided that it would be fitting to have crew familiar with the ship. He served for four years as operations officer and did his birth ship proud.

At the end of his rotation he was offered a position on the USS Leto as Chief of Operations. With excitement he accepted. While he did not have much bridge time under his belt, he was being offered the position as a person capable of being molded to what his new CO would want.
Service Record USS Galileo
USS Leto