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Lieutenant Marcus Alexander,

Name Marcus Lee Alexander, MD

Position Chief Medical Officer

Second Position Executive Officer

Rank Lieutenant

Character Information

Gender Male
Species Human
Age 29

Physical Appearance

Height 5'8"
Weight 180
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Physical Description Marcus is a light skinned human male. He is 29 years old. He measure 5'8" with a stern, tone build. His hair is dark brown and cut short with a stubby beard of the same color. His usual stern look makes him appear gruff, but this appears is in contrast to his caring heart.


Spouse None
Children None
Father Admiral Richard Alexander
Mother Marcia Alexander MD
Brother(s) James Alexander, 34
Matthew Alexander, 27
Sister(s) Evelyn, 32
Other Family None

Personality & Traits

General Overview Marcus appears to many as a gruff individual, but once you get to know him he is caring and outgoing. Even since his days at the academy, Marcus has been known to play practical jokes. He is well known for his sarcasm and southern charm. He has a charming disposition and is a romantic. Never married, Marcus enjoys the bachelor life with in Starfleet.
Strengths & Weaknesses Marcus has been declared a medical genius by his superiors. He is sharp minded, quick thinker. He's never been afraid to get his hands dirty.
His biggest weakness is sarcasm. Sometimes he makes people mad, not knowing if he's being serious or not.
Ambitions Marcus wants to continue his service in Starfleet as a Chief Medical Officer in deep space. He one day wants to command a Search and Rescue Starship. Marcus doesn't have any plans of settling down any time soon.
Hobbies & Interests -Mok'bara: Enjoys training in the Klingon martial arts style as well as training with a bat'leth.
-Music: Plays the drums and guitar.
-Reading: Prefers to read classic Earth fiction
-Teaching: Enjoys teaching and training other in the medical field and as first responders.
-Learning: Always interested in learning new things in and outside the medical field.

Personal History Marcus grew up in the town of Troy, AL on Earth. Second born son of a Starfleet Admiral and civilian medical physician. Marcus followed in both of his parents footsteps. He was accepted into Starfleet Academy and soon knew the medical services were his passion. Marcus trained while in his early days at the academy as a combat medic specialist. After graduation, Marcus was assigned to multiple search and rescue missions along the Federation border. He performed in para-rescue missions as well as relief missions. After two years Marcus quickly moved up through the ranks. Marcus's mother convinced him to continue his medical training to become a medical doctor. Marcus then spent the next few years following his mother's advice while serving at Starbase 12. Marcus excelled in medical school and graduated top of his class, specializing in trauma services. He then serviced as a Junior Medical Officer at the Starbase. Marcus's superiors noticed that he surpassed most of his peers in skills. Many attributed to his previous service as a combat medic. Marcus, growing bored with the monotonous life on a starbase requested a transfer to the front lines. With many recommendations, Marcus transferred to the USS Polaris as the Assistant Chief Medical Officer on the ship mission for deep space exploration. After the USS Polaris was destroyed by the Tzenkethi, Marcus transferred to the USS Columbus as Chief Medical Officer. Marcus hopes his new position on the USS Columbus will allow him to bold go where no one has gone before.
Service Record 2378: Enrolled in Starfleet Academy
2382: Graduated Starfleet Academy
Class Rank 2 of 232
2382: Assigned to USS Lionheart
Ensign: Paramedic/Search and Rescue Officer
2383: USS Lionheart
Lieutenant (Junior Grade)
2385: Graduated Starfleet Medical School
Assigned to Starbase 12
Lieutenant: Junior Medical Officer
2388: Assigned to USS Polaris
Lieutenant: Assistant Chief Medical Officer
2389: Assigned to USS Columbus
Lieutenant: Chief Medical Officer