Commander Rob Mackenzie

History

Born just outside of Vancouver, Canada. After graduating the Academy, took deep space assignments with a research vessel doing long-term science experiments on the edge of the galaxy’s spiral arm, where the star density is lower. Ten years in, after serving tours on the science ships Ibn Batutta and Copernicus, Mackenzie decided to apply in the Command Training Program. After graduating from the course, he accepted a spot as an assistant department head on the Branson for a two year mission, and transferred to the Columbia as their Chief Science Officer and Second Officer.

Service Record

Date
Position
Posting
Rank
2379 - 2383
Astrophysics
U.S.S. Ibn Batutta
Ensign
2383 - 2385
Stellar cartography
U.S.S. Ibn Batutta
Lieutenant Junior Grade
2385 - 2387
Project Lead - Astrophysics
U.S.S. Copernicus
Lieutenant Junior Grade
2387 - 2389
Science Specialist
U.S.S. Copernicus
Lieutenant Junior Grade
2389 - 2390
Command Training Program
Starbase 132
Lieutenant Junior Grade
2390 - 2392
Assistant Chief Science Officer
U.S.S. Branson
Lieutenant
2392 - 2395
Chief Science Officer/Second Officer
U.S.S. Columbia
Lieutenant Commander
2395 - 2399
First Officer
U.S.S. Mississauga
Commander