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Post by SailorJerrys on Tue Apr 26, 2016 1:51 am

Steam Name: SailorJerry's
Steam ID: STEAM_0:0:22797185
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Age: 20
How long have you been rping? Around ten years now.
How did you find us? Doctress
Have you been banned from Singularity Gaming? I certainly hope not, this isn't foreshadowing.... Right..?

Name: Jeremy Mason
Age: 27
Species: Human
MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) : Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Previously attempted at pilot and engineer.
You do understand as this is a private server and you have filled out a Application you can be removed from the Server or have your Character taken away within reason at any moment:That I do!

Two Paragraph Backstory(For Returning players it is only one Paragraph), Five to Seven Sentences per Paragraph.

Jeremy was born to a mother who was a Chief Engineer aboard a transport craft, which was commanded by her husband (Jeremy's father.) Raised in a military family, specifically a naval one; he was taught basic piloting skills as well as standard ship and handheld gunnery, the kinds of training young cadets would be given. Even with the basic training, Jeremy never found himself interested in standard soldiering, always favoring the more specialized options that were available, going far enough as to wander away from his family from time to time so he could visit with the various elites and senior military folk that had short bouts of time aboard his fathers transport vessel, learning tips and skills from them and even getting little history lessons.

Jeremy believed in the phrase 'knowledge is power', even if said knowledge seemed completely unrelated. Everyone has had at least one moment in their life where a situation came up that they had the answer to, and it felt good after. Jeremy liked that feeling. His upbringing was fairly standard, however, various training and different worlds were his scenery and his activities growing up, never being in the same place for long when you're aboard a transport craft. At some point, however, when he neared his adulthood, he parted from his home to partake in off-ship training, schooling for pilots. Throughout pilot training, it became apparent that... Well, he wasn't a good pilot. When you're told to take a large ship out of it's berth and there's a long gash on the side when you're done, you probably won't last long.

Moving on from that, Jeremy found another course to take, engineering. To keep the story bite sized, pretty much any circuit that he touched would immediately short. Inevitably, he was forced to find yet another field. Eventually he stumbled onto EOD by accident when he impressed the instructor for the class by solving the first two problems given with ease and was urged to stay in the class by the instructor. Interested in seeing what he was capable of in EOD, he obliged the instructor since he'd finally found something he was good at. In short, he completed at top of his class and with honors.

After finishing up with EOD, he decided to enlist for what would be a standard period of service, it seemed that the combat picked up though, as he was assigned to be part of humanities last push against the Reapers. During his stationing, Jeremy found himself in the middle of a minefield that had been laid by humans to repel any Reaper infantry advances. Obviously this was a predicament, but none that he couldn't get out of, seeing as he was EOD. After clearing the field with his team, he volunteered to help fill the gun crew of a Kodiak that was short a gunner. After the battle, he didn't have much work laid out for him, seeing how well the Reaper's made explosives. So Jeremy searched the registry for a unit that sounded the least boring and happened upon the TF...

So he handed over his papers to sign up, and awaited the response...


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Post by Pianotugboat on Fri Apr 29, 2016 6:58 am

I am so sorry for the delay, pilots are always a welcome addition here For sure. And EOD specialists are few and far in between, excluding a few individuals we've had- that being said I'll happily accept you.

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