| Sturek T'Nar|
|Age: 30 Earth years|
|Marital Status: Single|
Sturek's birthplace is located on Vulcan. He was raised in a small home. He trained and developed his mental and physical abilities near his hometown. He soon formed a high ambition to become a Starfleet Officer. He excelled in Science and Math, ranking highest in local knowledge tests. At the age of 18, he applied to Starfleet Academy, passed the Entrance Exams, and was accepted.
Sturek has never committed any violations of Starfleet law and has received no formal reprimands.
Cadet Sturek did well in the Academy and received commendations for excellence in simulations. He majored in Science and minored in Engineering Operations. The required courses in Medical Science proved to be the hardest subject for him and he spent most of his free time studying biology. He grew fond of human biology, but did not have time to complete a minor in the subject. He graduated sixth in his class and was assigned to the USS Roddenberry.
Sturek was assigned as an Ensign aboard the USS Roddenberry as an Assistant Science Officer. He rose through the ranks gradually to become Commander and Executive Officer of the Roddenberry under Captain Kate T'Lara.
Leaving the FederationEdit
Soon after, at the age of 26, Sturek underwent a spiritual crisis and felt it necessary to leave the Federation until he could resolve the issue. He underwent the Kohlinar, a Vulcan ritual to purge all emotion. Sturek could not complete the Kohlinar after four years, and then applied for readmission to Starfleet.
Sturek has normal Vulcan telepathic powers.
Sturek is also a good Engineer. Upon completing basic (required) Engineering courses, Sturek pursued more advanced Engineering classes at the Academy, earning him a minor in the field of Engineering Operations. In addition, Sturek is of average proficiency in basic small arms and tactics.
Sturek is extremely stable mentally and has the same mentality as other Vulcans. His Kohlinar experience removed most emotional remnants from him, however it did not remove feelings of friendship and comradery.