Federation of Sovereign Nations Personnel File 2866:
DeLatoche, Adrian M.
Captain: FSN Andrade
SRVC # 5150OU812
Commendation Golden Trident for conspicuous bravery and valor.
Awarded Navy Cross
Several Good Conduct Ribbons for outstanding leadership.
Commendation Golden Trident for the Daajarhi Maneuver at the Battle of Tareg.
Captain Adrian DeLatoche had already racked up a storied career above and below the waves before being recruited into the newly minted Federation of Sovereign Nations Naval Division after the Treaty Of Aerobend, that created the Federation, giving the member nations a cohesive yet independent unification of stable and progressive countries. It's mission; to defend and protect land, sea and sky from threats on a global scale.
Serving aboard a few different vessels during key conflicts contributing to the rise for a need of the federation. As he was an already brilliant engineer, also serving in various positions in the engineering and sciences departments where proving his metal in solving difficult problems and anticipating the needs of his superiors, he was asked to partner with Nikola Tesla in order to design and build the FSN Flagship, Andrade. The world's first giant Deep Sea Submersible, all about dwarfing the conventional submarines and warships of its time. It's shape of which resembles a Squid complete with tentacular arms designed to move independently or in conjunction depending on need of speed or maneuverability.
A warm, friendly and compassionate sort, yet hard set with determination ,bravery, dedication and discipline. Ready to take on any situation put in his path, lifting up his crew and confident in their ability to handle their duties. More than capable in his capacity to command. Sharp of wit and long on charm, he prefers to lead by example and is unfailing in his loyalty to his ship and crew as well as those close to him. His shipmates are as equally loyal to him. Integrity, balance and forethought makes him stand out in his service.
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