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Commodore Juliet St. Clair

Name Juliet Emma St. Clair

Position Task Force Executive Officer

Rank Commodore


Character Information

Gender Female
Species Human
Age 57 (9 January 2332)

Physical Appearance

Height 5' 2"
Weight 115 lbs
Hair Color Purple (greying at temples)
Eye Color Blue
Physical Description Juliet short and thin, to the point that she is often underestimated because of her stature. Her natural hair colour is brown but she dyes her hair bright colours, normally blue or purple, though in recent years she has permitted the grey at her temples to persist. She speaks with an accent from her native Birmingham, in what was once called the United Kingdom.

Family

Father Roger St. Clair (deceased)
Mother Katherine St. Clair (nee Watkins)
Brother(s) William Sinclair (older brother, 60)
Sister(s) Elisabeth St. Clair (younger sister, 53)
Other Family Sophie St. Clair (nee Bennett, sister-in-law, 58); Anne Richardson (niece, 30), James “Jimmy” Richardson (nephew-in-law, 31), Julie Richardson (grand-niece, 3)

Personality & Traits

General Overview Juliet has always been driven to succeed and ideally to succeed in a way that was visible to her superiors. That urge made her an asset while undercover, as she was eager to please those in charge of the organizations she was infiltrating. As an Intelligence Officer aboard starships or starbases, she was driven to impress, and so when a command opportunity became available numerous superiors recommended her for the job. She also has an eye for strategy and will play the long game to achieve her goals.
Strengths & Weaknesses +Brilliant
+Excellent strategist
+Expert infiltrator / Master of disguise

-Because of her hair, she stands out
-Craves the approval of her superiors
-Hasn’t gotten a good night sleep for over a decade
Ambitions When she first joined Starfleet Intelligence, she had no ambitions beyond doing her duty. But when she began being recognized for her good work, she started to crave more attention. She climbed the ranks quickly, and even as a flag officer, she still wishes to ascend the ranks and be remembered for her role in shaping Starfleet. One day, she would wish to command Starfleet Intelligence.
Hobbies & Interests Juliet is a social person and loves spending time with her contemporaries. In her youth, she was the rare intelligence officer who can generally be trusted. She spends her off-hours in public spaces, talking with crew, or sometimes simply reading or people-watching. She still loves to read and people-watch, and remains social as best as possible.

Personal History Juliet Emma St. Clair was born in 2332 to Roger and Katherine St. Clair, a factory supervisor and a history professor, respectively. She is the middle child, with one older brother and one younger sister. The family was very close and generally happy. They lived in Birmingham, on the island of Great Britain.

By age 12, Juliet already knew she wanted to join Starfleet, but wasn’t precisely sure what she wanted to do there. Her parents encouraged her to try her hand at a variety of activities. She was poor in science and engineering, but had a sharp mind and excellent interpersonal skills. She also had a fascination with spy fiction, new and old, and thus got interested in the Intelligence stream. At age 18, she enrolled in Starfleet Academy. She was a dedicated student who did well in courses on starship operations but absolutely excelled in Intelligence training. She learned all about gathering information, analyzing it, condensing it into reports for consumption by decision-makers, and coming up with well-informed opinions on the quality of Intelligence reports. She became an expert analyst and after graduation was posted to the USS Banshee, a Nebula-class ship with a robust signals intelligence apparatus.

A few years later, Juliet returned to Earth for a course on Advanced Infiltration. She learned the art of deep undercover tradecraft. At the end of the course, she spent six months undercover gathering intelligence on Cardassian-occupied Bajor.

Juliet was retrieved by the USS Mjolnir, an Excelsior-class that had been modified to be a dedicated combat vessel, under the command of Evelyn Porter, a woman Juliet looked up to in her Academy days, when Porter instructed several intelligence courses. The Captain recognized Juliet and offered her a position in her intelligence department, along with a promotion to Lieutenant jg. She continued to do infiltration work, stopping gangs on the moons of Nibia and foiling a bombing plot at a conference on Rigel V.

In 2361, Captain Porter selected Juliet for a deep undercover mission on Farius Prime, a world that was so corrupt that the Empire could do little to impose order. The Orion Syndicate held most practical power. Under the alias Jane Sinclair, a young woman orphaned in the Cardassian War, she slowly infiltrated a local gang and worked her way into the inner circle of the Orion Syndicate. The Orions supported their armies well; she gained significant personal wealth over the span of two and a half years, collecting trophies, weapons, and a small vault of latinum. In late 2363, Juliet finally made contact with the leader of Farius Prime’s Orion Syndicate branch, a large Orion man named Narhal. The night they met, she seduced him, knocking him out before things went too far, secured his personal database, containing the names of all Syndicate officials on Farius Prime, and called for immediate exfiltration. The USS Mjolnir arrived in time to arrest Narhal and used the intelligence Juliet gathered to make more than a dozen raids.

For her work, Juliet was brought back to Earth and awarded the Cochrane !edal of Excellence by Starfleet Chief of Staff Fleet Admiral Nora Satie. She adored the praise of her superiors and contemporaries alike, and decided that she wanted to be recognized for her work as much as possible. She was granted entry into an Advanced Command Training program and given the position of Assistant Chief Intelligence Officer aboard the Galaxy-class USS Yamato.

A year later, she was promoted to full Lieutenant and became the Chief Intelligence Officer aboard the USS Lancer, a New Orleans-class frigate operating near the Cardassian, Talarian, and Tzenkethi borders. Her initial intelligence work aboard the Lancer helped Starfleet get a better look at the interior of the Ferengi Alliance, with which the USS Enterprise-D had recently made first contact. Years later, they would contribute to intelligence-gathering efforts against the Maquis, with Juliet spending close to two years undercover within their ranks. Once more, her efforts led to many arrests and tactical strikes against many Maquis military targets.

Upon her return from Maquis space, for which Juliet was awarded the Starfleet Medal of Valor, now-Admiral Porter, head of Starfleet Intelligence, recommended Juliet take further command training so that she could command her own ships. After eighteen months at various academies, she became Chief Intelligence Officer and Second Officer of the USS Masamune, a Saber-class ship which helped gather intelligence against the Cardassians and later the Dominion. The Masamune was lost in 2374 when the Dominion invaded Betazed, though most of her crew survived.

Juliet was promoted to Commander and was made First Officer aboard the Akira-class USS Jupiter, a position she would hold for the rest of the war. Her CO, Captain Sokon, was killed during the final Battle of Cardassia, but Juliet took command and the ship survived. She was made permanent CO of the ship once the battle ended, and helped fight Dominion stragglers over Cardassia in the weeks after the war concluded. She was present when the USS Premonition came through a temporal vortex, warning of an impending Borg invasion. Juliet was made Captain in 2378.

In 2385, Juliet was ordered to take command of the USS Tucker, a dedicated intelligence gathering ship of the Diligent-class. Her mission was to gather information about the growing Cardassian threat, especially that posed by the nascent Order of 12. In 2387, they were reassigned to the Beta Quadrant and spent most of their time observing how the Romulans were rebuilding post-Hobus. The following year, they were back in the Alpha Quadrant, now watching the Alrakis Pact.

In August 2389, Juliet St. Clair was promoted to Commodore and given the position of Executive Officer of Task Force 93. The USS Atlantis, formerly of Task Force 72 but which had been reassigned to 93, ferried her to Starbase Bravo.
Service Record 2350-2351: Cadet, Starfleet Academy (Freshman Cadet)

2351-2352: Cadet, Starfleet Academy (Sophomore Cadet)

2352-2353: Cadet, Starfleet Academy (Junior Cadet)

2353-2354: Cadet, Starfleet Academy (Senior Cadet)

2353-2356: Intelligence Analyst, USS Banshee (Ensign)

2356-2357: Advanced Infiltration Training (Ensign)

2357: Deep undercover mission on Bajor (Ensign)

2357-2361: Intelligence Officer and Infiltration Specialist, USS Mjolnir (Lieutenant jg)

2361-2363: Deep undercover mission on Farius Prime (Lieutenant jg)

2363-2364: Advanced Command Training (Lieutenant jg)

2364-2365: Assistant Chief Intelligence Officer, USS Yamato (Lieutenant jg)

2365-2370: Chief Intelligence Officer, USS Lancer (Lieutenant)

2370-2371: Deep undercover mission within the Maquis (Lieutenant Commander)

2371-2372: Further Command Training (Lieutenant Commander)

2372-2374: Chief Intelligence Officer and Second Officer, USS Masamune (Lieutenant Commander)

2374-2375: Executive Officer, USS Jupiter (Commander)

2375-2378: Commanding Officer, USS Jupiter (Commander)

2378-2385: Commanding Officer, USS Jupiter (Captain)

2385-2389: Commanding Officer, USS Tucker (Captain)

2389-present: Task Force Executive Officer, Task Force 93 (Commodore)