Name: Leana DeLias
D.O.B: 28th July
Weight: 9 stone
Hair: reddish brown, short
Rank: Ensign [Lt(jg).]
Service Number: 53XY-BA83
Current placement: AWOL
Previous placements: Student, Starfleet Academy
Security officer, FRONTIER
Vardana school (Bajor)
Starfleet Academy, Earth;
Mother: Leana Elaine, Millitia officer
Father: Kendra Berrok, Administrator, Bajoran shipyards
Brother: Kendra Trelaine, Computer technician
Beliefs: Leana has a seemingly deep but fundamentally unsure belief in the
Bajoran religion, she prays daily and observes all the required
rites and ceremonies but does not believe in what she does with all
her heart. This has left her perputually on the verge of a crisis
Likes: Leana is very fond of flute music and Klingon Opera which she
finds invigorating and uplifting.
Dislikes: She has a rigid hatred of red tape and beurocracy when it
prevents real work being done.
Notes: Leana grew up in Vardana province on Bajor, she was born into a
troubled family at an unhappy time in their lives. Her parents
hoped that a child would give them something to focus on and bring
them closer together but instead she proved a difficult child to
raise and only succeeded in putting a wedge between them. Her
parents grew to resent her a great deal and only her older brother
held any affection for her.
Neither of the children were strangers to being beaten but
one night was particularly bad, both her mother and father became
truly enraged and exceptionally violent and her brother, genuinely
fearing for Leana's life, fled the house with her in tow.
The two of them spent the next six years living together,
they moved around a lot to avoid the risk of being traced. Trelaine
did his best to raise Leana on his own and although he was only
young himself, and inexperienced, he coped remarkably well.
Trelaine had always had a knack with computers so once he started
looking he soon found employment. Once they had settled down, Leana
decided to leave Bajor and join Starfleet.
Leana was a very capable student but I don't see her
career advancing at any rate until she matures a bit more. Her
temper and stubborness frequently got her into trouble, she would
often be escorted to my office after having started a fight with
another student. During mock combat she would often be goaded
into making a wrong move by her opponent and in tactical
simulations her decision making was taking place in her fists
instead of her head. At the moment she is rash and sometimes
taken to insurbordination but I believe that once she is tempered
by experience she will be a fine officer.
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