Hawkeye Island

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Cadet Senior Grade Janet Ashby

Name Janet Marie Ashby

Position Assistant of Chief Flight Control

Rank Cadet Senior Grade

Character Information

Gender Female
Species Human
Age 25

Physical Appearance

Height 5'7
Weight 110 lbs
Hair Color Red/Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Physical Description Short, thin, and some would say frail looking. Shoulder length strawberry blonde hair, often worn in a pony tail.


Spouse N/A
Children N/A
Father Gerald Ashby
Mother Hyacinth Ashby
Brother(s) N/A
Sister(s) N/A
Other Family Krystal Mazrui, Adopted Mother

Blair Mazrui, Adopted Father

Personality & Traits

Strengths & Weaknesses Anti social, prefers to remain alone. In her fields of interest, Janet has studied extensively making her knowledgeable in several areas.
Ambitions To serve in deep space, preferably on a long range cruiser.
Hobbies & Interests Flying ancient Earth aeroplanes on the holodeck, reading, the occasional match of chess and Earth classical music. She also has a bit of an interest in fixing things. It was always a peculiar skill she had.

Personal History Janet Marie Ashby born March 2374, on the colony of Melona. It wasn’t long however until the colony itself was destroyed by a Crystalline Entity in 2376. Resulting both Janet’s parents, Gerald and Hyacinth Ashby, deaths and Janet’s subsequent orphaning. If it wasn’t for an old family friend Janet herself might have ended up with her parents in death.

After the Starfleet evacuation and relocation to the nearby colony of Diastolic VI, a newly established border world. Janet was placed into an orphanage, and a few weeks later a foster family adopted her. Janet only two years old at the time had no idea what all of this meant. Continuing to wonder where her parents where, having no concept of death at this time.

As the years passed Janet’s foster parents enrolled her in school. Well, what could be passed for school on Diastolic VI. There wasn’t that many children in the settlement where Janet was located, about twenty in total. Ranging from six years old to thirteen. It left little room in the way of making friends and was extremely frustrating for a young child.

Being a small child also left Janet open to bulling from the older children. This was where we anti social attitude started to take hold. Not socializing with any of the other children during her school days she put her head in the books the teacher assigned. Janet’s foster parents seeing their adopted daughter withdraw from society opted for a change in scenery for their child. However, this change in scenery only made things worse as Janet’s parents sent her off world to live with her foster grandparents back on Mars.

Life on Mars wasn’t all it was cracked up to be for Janet. The fast pace of being on a core world of the Federation in the big city bustle didn’t do much to take away any social anxiety that she had. Taking more to her recluse lifestyle she kept her head buried in books.
As the years passed by, Janet graduated from secondary school. She had a particular interest in late twentieth century flying machines called aeroplanes. From jetliners to single seat piston pounders Janet spent hours alone in the holodeck practicing her flying skills. This was when it was suggested to her that she put her skills to practical use by joining Starfleet’s flight control program. Janet intrigued by the idea set out to learn more about the courses involved.

On her fourth and final year of Starfleet Janet was assigned to her cadet cruise, but this wasn’t your run of the mill cruise. This was a planetary assignment, something the Academy Commandant felt better suited for Janet after reading the reports of her isolation like attitude and figured that wouldn’t be the best fit for starship duty.
Service Record Stafleet Academy - Cadet

Hawkeye Island - Cadet Fourth year