Captain Klain Fedler, MGS-9834, UCSB Date: 999.313
Born on the ill-fated UCSBS-Vaurnel, Technician Vaughnt earned the nickname Blazer at a young age. This nickname has followed him until even now where he continues to be a trailblazer for his peers, one of the many reasons I have recommended him for promotion and acceptance into the officer’s academy.
Blazer has proven quite personable with those in this command, regardless of rank, and as a leader of his buoy boy team. His technical skills are enviable and his marksmanship is some of the best I have encountered since I left the fleet. When left to his own accord he tends to be quiet and reserved, studying not only technical topics but those about the war with great interest. He is quite attached to his team however and tends to obsess over the possibility of splitting the group up.
Though I have not witnessed his true combat prowess first hand; reviews of his old slamball games, and his comments while watching those vidcast from home shows him to be a fair, if simple tactician.
In addition his pursuit of an advanced degree is progressing well. Were he to stay with the mapper’s guild I would recommend him to the guild academy once his academic work is complete, just as I did for our recently returned Navigator, Lazith Daikin.
Addendum: UCSB Date: 1000.024
In the wake of the incident at Garov 18965 I am requesting that the following personnel have their academy applications forwarded to Special Operations Command: Schan Vaughnt, Arion Scotts, Eggedon Bichard, Deniv Prain. Specialist Vaughnt and his team showed exceptional courage under fire in a situation that they had to training or preparation for, saving all but one member of my crew. I do not blame them for this, but certainly feel that the Mapper’s Guild is not the place for these young men, and that Special Operations Command has the best opportunity to use their skills.