The Legacy Ribbon represents an old ribbon for which there is no current comparable award in the current system. This may mean the criteria for the award is no longer applicable to present ribbons, or the written nomination lacks sufficient detail for the OCS to award a current ribbon in its place. The Legacy Ribbon still represents a notable contribution to Bravo Fleet in past years.
Mark has been one of the most active and engaged members of Bravo Fleet during the first quarter of 2020, stepping up in major roles on two games and as Task Force 38’s TFXO, where he was invaluable in helping make the launch of the new model a success. At the micro scale, he is consistently engaged and interested, writing multiple characters and participating in both main plots and sub plots, while at the macro scale he’s proven himself to be highly capable of managing both canon and membership issues.
https://apollo.bravofleet.com/sim/viewpost/46: “Coming back to Starfleet after ten years of retirement on a ranch in rural Montana, Commander Roy Tanner is pressed back into service. This post is an excellent look into the character’s psyche as well as showing a connection to his family, a connection that not all of our characters have but that all of them are likely thinking about as they get ready to embark on a journey to the Delta Quadrant.”
Player of the Month January 2020:
“Mark has really hit the ground running on the Apollo, participating at a very high level right from the beginning. He’s been willing to do joint posts with anyone and is helping the group leaders keep an eye on activity. Additionally, he’s volunteered to be part of the specs team in his first month in Bravo Fleet, and that’s the kind of energy we like to see.”