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Daniel Fuller

Human Fuller

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Lieutenant Fuller


Chief Flight Control
Outpost Houtman (Archive)


Daniel Fuller

Stardate 34657.04 (August, 28th, 2357

Utopia Planitia Fleetyards


Lieutenant Daniel Fuller is currently assigned as Chief Flight Control serving Outpost Houtman; currently, a dilithium mining facility located on Sheo III and the future site of a major colony in the area.


Fuller stands at 5’10” tall and maintains a healthy physique due to his love for physical activity. His once boyish good looks are now peppered with frown lines and greying hair which hint at his reaching middle age whilst his complexion has weathered faster over the short time he has been living planet-side. He generally projects a groomed appearance, though enjoys nothing more than lounging around in comfortable attire when off duty.


Fuller is a typical Starfleet officer who has plenty of experience under his belt but has gradually become disinterested in living life on the front line. Accepting the assignment on Sheo III, Fuller had been under the impression that life in the fledgling colony would be free of the urgency and uncertainty of a posting within the fleet. As such, he’s content with his current set-up and finds the opportunity to surround himself with a more natural environment to be the right choice.


Early Life

Daniel Fuller was born in 2357 and with both parents actively serving in Starfleet, he spent his childhood living in the shadow of Starfleet Headquarters. Growing up under a constant stream of air traffic, Daniel quickly developed a fascination for flying and began lessons as soon as he was able. The hobby quickly turned into a passion and shaped his dreams of commanding the helm of the fastest starships. By the time he turned eighteen, he was already a skilled pilot and with every encouragement from his parents, he applied to the academy and upon acceptance began majoring in Advanced Astronavigation.

The Academy (2375 – 2379)

Daniel was always at the head of his class when it came to the practical skills of piloting Starfleet vessels, from real-life lessons in the smallest training shuttles to the most difficult assessments on the holodeck. By the end of his first year, he’d garnered respect from his instructors and peers alike which made him one of the most popular cadets in the program.

As skilled as he was as a pilot, the knowledge and theory aspect of his studies suffered as a result of prioritising his social life over a serious commitment to studying. The very real threat of expulsion finally convinced Daniel to focus his time and energy on academia and by the time of his graduation in 2379, he ranked within the top fifteen percent of the entire year.

The USS Venture (2379 – 2383)

The possibility of failing to achieve the career he’d been passionate about before it had even begun encouraged Daniel to focus solely on his duties. With no distractions or responsibilities in his private life to consider, he accepted the least routine posting he had been offered – Flight Control Officer assigned to the USS Venture.

Three years onboard the heavy explorer charting unexplored systems beyond the boundaries of Federation space, Daniel proved himself to be a competent and valuable member of the crew with several commendations logged in his service record by the time they returned to Earth.

Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards (2383 – 2385)

Surprisingly, the Venture‘s return to Federation space coincided with an opportunity to put forward a transfer request to Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards where the need for test pilots accompanied the Design Bureau’s renewed philosophy on fleet modernization. The change from exploring deep space to a stationary posting above Mars was a calculated risk, however, the decision paid off thanks to the sheer enjoyment reaped from being able to test the newest and most advanced designs of the twenty-fourth century.

The attack on Mars

The devastating Synth attack led to more than 100,000 deaths. the destruction of the fleet yards and left Mars an inhospitable furnace. Witnessing the attack and its aftermath first-hand, Daniel found himself one of the lucky few survivors and only weeks later was diagnosed as suffering from survivor’s guilt. The toll the experience took on his mental health forced him to take a leave of absence spanning almost eighteen months.

Starfleet Headquarters (2387 – 2392)

Although deemed fit for return to duty, Daniel made the decision to remain in the relative safety of his home planet and in early 2387, was assigned to Starfleet Headquarters. The role of piloting fellow officers and dignitaries was a tedious one but served to allow Daniel the chance to continue flying whilst living a relatively quiet and comfortable life at home.

It was surprising though not inevitable that the pilot reconnected with his family and during the five years living and working in San Francisco, he met and developed a romantic relationship with a fellow officer.

USS Cambridge (2392-2399)

For Daniel, who had focused for so long on his career, the idea that he would accept a transfer solely for the convenience of maintaining his relationship was unforeseen but after his past experiences, felt natural. With recommendations from senior officers, the resulting promotion offered the pilot a renewed sense of enthusiasm for life among the stars.

Through the highs and lows of service aboard a medical ship, Daniel’s relationship flourished and by 2398, he had proposed much to the delight of their fellow crewmates. He considered the quiet, routine life that he’d carved for himself to be the best outcome he could have hoped for until disaster struck once more when in 2399 the Omega molecule crisis gripped the entire galaxy.

Suddenly, Starfleet had rescinded normal operations and the threat posed by the Omega molecules was a major concern for every captain and their crew. On stardate 76643.7, the USS Cambridge encountered a cluster of Omega molecules during a routine medical evacuation in the Bolarus system leading to the loss of life and destruction of the vessel.

Amongst the casualties was the Chief Medical Officer, Daniel’s fiancé, and with the dangers of life on the frontline once again so demonstrable, Daniel made the decision to request a transfer that would see him effectively grounded and as far from the bridge of a starship as he could possibly be.

Service Record

Date Position Posting Rank
2375 - 2376 Astrophysics Major Starfleet Academy
Cadet Freshman Grade
2376 - 2377 Astrophysics Major Starfleet Academy
Cadet Sophomore Grade
2377 - 2378 Astrophysics Major Starfleet Academy
Cadet Junior Grade
2378 - 2379 Astrophysics Major Starfleet Academy
Cadet Senior Grade
2379 - 2383 Flight Control Officer USS Venture
2383 - 2385 Test Pilot Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards
Lieutenant Junior Grade
2387 - 2392 Flight Control Officer Starfleet Headquarters
Lieutenant Junior Grade
2392 - 2399 Flight Control Officer USS Cambridge
Lieutenant Junior Grade
2400 - Present Chief Flight Control Outpost Houtman