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Irene Mincine

Irene Mincine

Name: Irene Mincine, daughter of P'Lor
Species: 1/2 Human, 1/2 Klingon
Age: 29
Sex: Female
Place of Birth: New Stockholm, Proxima IV
Ht: 6'0"
Wt: 170 lbs
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Long, black and wavy, tied back

Identifying marks: Long scar on her ribs. Vulcan script tattoo, right forearm. Rose tattoo, left shoulder.

Father: Adam Mincine, 64. Minor government official on Proxima IV.
Mother: P'Lor, daughter of Ressa, 83. Formerly Klingon Defense Force, now a consular official, Proxima IV.
Brother: Zefram Mincine, 25. Cargo shuttle pilot, Proxima IV.

Starfleet Service Information
2384-2388: Starfleet Academy
2388: USS Excalibur-C

Rank: Ensign

Assignment: Junior member, science staff, planetary sciences. Specialist in exobiology and exobotany.

Starfleet Service History:
2384: Enrolled in Starfleet Academy.
2386: Earned master's degree. Specialization in biological studies.
2387: Awarded position as a Nova Squadron pilot. Removed from program due to continued disciplinary issues.
2388: Graduated Starfleet Academy, top 30% of class.

Holds top certifications in shuttle, runabout, and small craft piloting. 
Trained in basic starship bridge operations.

- B.S., Exobiology (minor in botany), Cochrane University, Proxima Centauri IV (2384)
- M.S., Genetics, Starfleet Academy, San Francisco, Earth (2386)

Medical History
Various sports injuries on record.

Right shoulder reconstructed by Dr. Maryse Dubois, 2018.10. Long-term effects expected minimal due to patient’s outstanding physical condition.

Space Service Readiness Examination: Passed.
Psychological Examination: Extremely high ambition and drive, but also willful and defiant at times. Recommend re-examination for command track in 8-10 years.


Irene, daughter of P'Lor, always gravitated more toward the Klingon side of her family than the Human side. Personally she forsakes the name Mincine in favor of the Klingon matronymic, though in Starfleet she goes by Mincine. Despite this, her mother discouraged her from a career as a Starfleet officer (or Klingon warrior, for that matter) because she wanted more for her daughter than to die for vague ideals of honor that her people discard for political concerns when expedient.  

(P'Lor's outspoken political opinions had led to her reassignment from the Klingon Defense Force, where she held the rank of Commander and third officer on a Bird of Prey, to pushing papers in the Klingon embassy on Proxima.)

Instead, Irene was fascinated by... plants in space, studying exobiology and exobotany while at Cochrane University. She also pursued athletics, winning the regional parrises squares tournament twice in college, no doubt helped by her half-Klingon physique and lack of hesitation to beat the hell out of her opponents. By this time, decades of close contact had meant hybrid Klingons and Humans were more common and more accepted in the Federation, if looked down upon on the Empire. Still, Irene's explosive temper led to many fights and near-dismissals from the university. The study and raising of plants (and bees) was her main way of calming down, recommended by her Vulcan counselor.

Even after she was accepted to Starfleet Academy, her problems continued. She was accepted to Nova Squadron based on her gifted piloting skills, but was kicked off the team after getting into a bar brawl with the cadet commander. She graduated near the top of her class on the science track, not being considered command material due to her constant disciplinary problems. She spends her spare time keeping a small hydroponic garden in her quarters, flying shuttle simulations when she can't get real flying time, and practicing hand-to-hand combat on the holodeck.

Edited by Irene Mincine

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