Profile Overview

Elizabeth Wolf

Human Female

Character Information

Rank & Address

Fleet Admiral Wolf


Elizabeth Wolf

July 18, 2342 (age 58)

Charlotte, Earth


Elizabeth Wolf (born July 18, 2342) is a Federation Starfleet Fleet Admiral serving as a Flag Officer at Starfleet Command. She previously served as Deputy Commander of the Fourth Fleet from 2399 to 2400 and as Director of Starfleet Tactical’s Threat Analysis Bureau from 2390 to 2399.

Wolf spent 16 years as a tactical officer before taking command of the USS Valkyrie in 2380. In 2385, she assumed command of Task Force 9 under the Fourth Fleet and was tasked with the protection of the Federation’s border with the Cardassian Union. She was appointed Deputy Director of Starfleet Orbital Defenses in 2388, and later became Director of the Threat Analysis Bureau in 2391.

Throughout her career, Elizabeth has investigated and served as a witness for the indictments of four flag officers. The first indictment was of one of her colleagues, Rear Admiral Gardner, in 2386. Later, she assisted Fleet Admirals Ramar and Reyes in building a case against Admirals Banda and Morgan, who had abused their power while serving as members of the Fourth Fleet Command.

Respected by the admiralty and the officers under her command, Elizabeth built a reputation for being fair and just. As a flag officer, she has championed a “lead-by-example” image and is often seen visiting vessels and assisting missions throughout the fleet.


Early Life & Education

Elizabeth Wolf was born in a suburb of Charlotte on Earth in 2342. She is the daughter of two Starfleet officers: her mother was an engineer working with Starfleet Research and her father was a doctor working with Starfleet Medical. As an only child, she was the center of her parents life and frequently traveled with them when they left the planet for work. By the age of 16, she had visited most of the Federation’s core worlds and saw several of Starfleet’s major outposts.

By the time she was in high school, Elizabeth was a member of her school’s varsity parries squares team. She competed in several major competitions and eventually used her skills as an athlete to secure a spot in Starfleet Academy. She graduated from the Academy in 2364 with a degree in engineering and forensic science.

Starfleet Career

Early Service (2368-2373)

Elizabeth’s first assignment was as a tactical officer aboard the Excelsior-class USS Harbinger. Although not the most prestigious assignment, Elizabeth used the opportunity to familiarize herself with the role of a tactical officer and gain additional training on the bridge. The Harbinger’s missions allowed Elizabeth to further explore Federation worlds and cultures. After only a year on the Harbinger, and thanks to the small size of its tactical department, Elizabeth was promoted to Assistant Chief.

In 2368, Elizabeth joined the crew of the Saber-class USS Icarus as Chief Tactical Officer. The Icarus was assigned to an anti-piracy task force operating between the Klingon Empire and the Orion Syndicate. As Chief Tactical Officer, Elizabeth had one of the most important roles on the ship and was frequently called into action on away missions and on ship-to-ship skirmishes. She used this time to familiarize herself with Federation law and to expand her skillset as a bridge officer. By the end of her tour, she obtained a Grade 5 piloting license and served as Officer of the Watch on numerous occasions.

Dominion War (2372-2375)

When the Dominion War began in 2373, Elizabeth and the Icarus deployed to the front lines. The Icarus suffered heavy damage and casualties during the Battle of Torros III. While in repair, Starfleet reassigned half of the Icarus’ crew and Elizabeth received a promotion to Second Officer. Once operational, the Icarus once again joined the effort against the Dominion, notably fighting in Operation Return and both Battles of Chin’toka.

In 2375, the Icarus joined the Invasion of Cardassia. During the first few minutes of battle, the Icarus faced heavy damage and was forced to withdraw from the front lines. With half the crew dead, including her Commanding Officer, Elizabeth debated resigning her commission and returning to Earth. Days later, the Federation signed the Treaty of Bajor and Elizabeth was offered the position of Executive Officer aboard the Akira-class USS Ticonderoga. She reluctantly accepted, unsure of her ability to continue serving in Starfleet.

USS Ticonderoga (2375-2381)

Elizabeth sitting at her desk on the Ticonderoga (2378).

Elizabeth was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after the war. While still able to complete her duties, suffered from insomnia and found difficulty connecting with her fellow crew members. After months of sub-par performance, her Commanding Officer mandated counseling sessions and eventually ordered her to take a mandatory leave from her duties. Starfleet understood the effect of the war had on its officers, and allowed Elizabeth to spend a few months on Earth with her parents.

Although she had not fully recovered, Elizabeth made significant improvements thanks to the support of her crew and her family. She returned to the Ticonderoga with greater confidence and a sense of purpose. She took it upon herself to be a guardian for the crew, she maintained an open-door policy and helped dozens of officers through their own post-war problems. As a commander, she had a relaxed managerial style and trusted the crew to carry out their duties. She was not able to serve as a disciplinarian, which her position sometimes required, but as she gained confidence she was able to learn from her Commanding Officer and grow as a leader.

USS Valkyrie (2381-2388)

In 2380, Elizabeth was offered command of the Obena-class USS Valkyrie. The Valkyrie was one of Starfleet’s newest ships and was a highly sought-after posting. Elizabeth had the opportunity to hand-pick her crew and assembled a skilled team of diplomats and scientists for their 5-year mission of exploration in the galactic south. Starfleet’s post-war return to exploration was new to Elizabeth, who spent the majority of her career in combat situations, but she welcomed the challenge. The only person on the vessel who she did not select herself was her Executive Officer, a career explorer who complemented Elizabeth’s lack of experience. As a command team, Elizabeth and her First Officer learned from each other and eventually developed a rapport.

The Valkyrie’s missions kept them away from Federation space for most of their tour. They charted new sectors of space and made first contact with four civilizations. After the destruction of the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards in 2385, Elizabeth and he Valkyrie were recalled to Federation space. Elizabeth was placed in command of the Fourth Fleet’s Task Force 9, which was tasked with protecting the Federation-Cardassian border. The Task Force’s close proximity to the Bajoran Worm hole also gave it jurisdiction over the Gamma Quadrant, and although they did not have an exploration mandate, Elizabeth found several excuses to venture into the Gamma Quadrant on “patrols.”

In 2386, the Valkyrie responded to a distress call from a civilian freighter and found the USS Indiana illegally searching and seizing the ship’s cargo. The Indiana was under the control of Rear Admiral Gardner, who outranked Elizabeth, but as the commander of the task force assigned to protect the area she felt a duty to intervene. When it became clear that Elizabeth would prevent further actions against the freighter, and since the Valkyrie possessed tactical superiority, the Indiana Commanding Officer took Admiral Gardner into custody. Together, the Valkyrie and the Indiana escorted Admiral Gardner to the nearest starbase where he was court-martialed for his crimes.

Starfleet Tactical (2388-2399)

After eight years as commander of the Valkyrie and three years as commander of Task Force 9, Elizabeth was offered a position at Starfleet Tactical as Deputy Director of Orbital Defenses. Elizabeth accepted the appointment and was placed in charge of coordinating the defense networks for several Federation worlds. The attack on Mars in 2385 scared many members of the Federation, who were now seeking strengthened defenses for their planets. As Deputy Director, Elizabeth received frequent visits from members of the Federation Council who demanded increased Starfleet support in their respective systems. Elizabeth was not a politician, and at first she caved in to many of their requests. Eventually, she learned how to navigate Earth’s political atmosphere and devised new ways to appease the council members, including the construction of satellite defense networks.

Elizabeth’s skillful work with Starfleet Orbital Defenses, combined with her new connections on the Federation Council, earned her a promotion to the Director of the Threat Analysis Bureau. The Threat Analysis Bureau was a joint initiative with Starfleet Intelligence tasked with analyzing and responding to threats against the Federation. The bureau was primarily responsible for assessing threats outside Federation borders, namely the fractured Romulan state, the Klingon Empire, the Cardassian Union, and the ‎Breen Confederacy. Although Elizabeth was stationed at Starfleet Headquarters, her new position allowed her to travel throughout Federation space. She was allowed to commandeer several ships for her missions, but she was known for favoriting the Prometheus-class USS Athena for most of her journeys beyond the Federation’s core worlds. Traveling to border worlds and outposts was not common for flag officers, and doing so earned Elizabeth respect from both Starfleet admiralty and officers throughout the fleet. In 2395, Elizabeth was promoted to Vice Admiral and remained in command of the Threat Analysis Bureau until 2399.

Restoring the Fourth Fleet (2398-2399)

By 2398, the political atmosphere of Earth finally shifted away from a defense posture and the Fourth Fleet was allowed to return to their original mandate of exploration. As the Fourth Fleet gained attention from Starfleet Command, Internal Affairs began receiving reports of subterfuge, corruption, and violations of Federation law from the fleet’s leadership. Admirals Lauren Archer, Zachary O’Connell, and Paka Larem resigned from their positions to protest the corruption, and an official investigation began.

Once Fleet Admiral Allison Reyes gathered enough evidence, she went public with her findings. Elizabeth joined Admirals Teylas Ramar, Allison Reyes, Anatole Lazarus, and Hars Darax in building the case, using her influence with the Federation Council and Starfleet Command to bring the grievances to public attention. The investigation led to the indictments of Vice Admiral Banda and Rear Admiral Morgan. Their crimes sparked doubt in the future of the fleet, and many officers resigned or transferred to different fleets.

In the aftermath, Starfleet Command ordered Fleet Admiral Teylas Ramar to take control of the Fourth Fleet. Rebuilding seemed like an insurmountable task, but Ramar was determined to restore the Fourth Fleet to its former glory. Ramar asked Elizabeth to join him the Deputy Fleet Commander, and she reluctantly agreed. Together they regained the public’s trust worked to restore the Fourth Fleet as the premier unit of exploration, discovery, and first contact.

The Osiris Initiative (2399)

Following years of corruption, scandals, and court martial cases, the Fourth Fleet returned to peaceful exploration. Every ship and officer in the fleet met for a conference called the “Osiris Initiative” at Starbase Bravo to discuss the fleet’s future. Rear Admiral Alexander Beckett led the conference, hosting gatherings and organizing briefings on current events. The event marked a new chapter for the Fourth Fleet, representing peace, trust, and hope.

Service Record

Date Position Posting Rank
2400 - Present Flag Officer Starbase Bravo
Fourth Fleet Command
Fleet Admiral
2399 - 2400 Deputy Commander
Fourth Fleet
Starbase Bravo
Fourth Fleet Command
2395 - 2399 Director
Threat Analysis Bureau
Starfleet Headquarters
Starfleet Tactical
Vice Admiral
2391 - 2395 Director
Threat Analysis Bureau
Starfleet Headquarters
Starfleet Tactical
Rear Admiral
2388 - 2391 Deputy Director
Starfleet Orbital Defenses
Starfleet Headquarters
Starfleet Tactical
Fleet Captain
2385 - 2388 Commander, Task Force 9
Fourth Fleet Operations
USS Valkyrie
2381 - 2388 Commanding Officer USS Valkyrie
2377 - 2381 Executive Officer USS Ticonderoga
2375 - 2377 Executive Officer USS Ticonderoga
Lieutenant Commander
2373 - 2375 Chief Tactical Officer
& Second Officer
USS Icarus
Lieutenant Commander
2368 - 2373 Chief Tactical Officer USS Icarus
2365 - 2368 Assistant Chief Tactical Officer USS Harbinger
Lieutenant Junior Grade
2364 - 2365 Tactical Officer USS Harbinger
2360 - 2364 Bachelor of Science
Engineering, Forensic Science
Starfleet Academy