|RANK:||Civilian -- No rank.|
|SIMULATION:||Star Trek: Aquarius|
Is proficient at playing the Violin and other Earth string instruments. Spends a large amount of off-duty time playing classsical Earth music. Was part of the San Fransisco string orchestra.
Reads the literature of 19th and 20th century Earth, studied the methods of the ancient fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes.
Son of Sarah and Paul Jameson. The Jameson's lived in New York City for most of their lives. David has three sisters and a brother.
During David's time in Starfleet Acadamy, a tragic accident resulted in the death of Sarah Jameson. The accident hit the family very hard and it is not a popular topic of conversation for anyone in the Jameson's.
Was accepted into the Starfleet Academy after graduation, took courses in the properties of anti-matter, and molecular physics surrounding the matter/anti-matter reaction. David had a great interest in the field of Engineering.
Left the Academy mid-way through his fourth year due to the loss of his Mother.
After a brief absence, David returned to Starfleet Academy to take Advanced Subspace Geometry, Warp Theory, Quantum Theory, Temporal Mechanics, Interspecies Protocol, Starship Operations, and the Engineering Extension Course.
Graduated from the Academy with honors near the top of the class.
A quick learner, David is ready, willing, and able to perform various tasks across the board.
Was known at the Academy for having a quick mind and the ability to formulate solutions to many engineering problems.
Character Created - June 4, 2017
Character Assigned to Star Trek: Aquarius - June 20, 2017