Departments & Positions
Command Staff (Juno Fleet)
The Command Staff of Juno Fleet
Commander in Chief (CinC) The CinC of Juno Fleet, the Top Brass, the #1 guy, the Commander-in-Chief is the final say in fleet operations, responsible for the maintenance of the fleet and the appointment of the Fleet Staff, as well as all executive decisions regarding Juno Fleet Deputy Commander in Chief (DCinC) The Number 2 officer of Juno Fleet, the DCinC is in charge of the personnel in the fleet, mediating major issues between ships and crews. Chief of Staff The manager of the Fleet Staff, the CoS directs the staff, recommends fleet-level characters for promotion, and in general is responsible for making sure the staff of Juno Fleet get along and do their jobs
Complex Command Staff (The Anchorage Complex)
Complex Commanding Officer (Director R&D) The Director is ultimately responsible for the entire Department of Research and Development, but primarily handles the Section Chiefs of the Department of Research and Development Complex Executive Officer (Deputy Director R&D) The Number 2 of the Department of Research and Development, the DDRD acts as the executive officer for all R&D staff as well as the XO of the Anchorage Complex as a whole. Overall, a daunting, but rewarding job.
Department of R&D Staff (The Anchorage Complex)
The Department of Research and Development is the primary operator of the Juno Fleet Anchorage Complex, and controls all facets of life aboard the monolithic facility.
Director of Recourse Acquisition Resource Acquisition is the 'Cowboy' science, extracting dangerous substances from the deadliest environments using unproved methods is the daily work for RAcq. Resource Acquisition is critical to Anchorage Operation; the Raw Materials they gather help build the various station, ships, and components that the Anchorage specializes in... Director of Physical Sciences The Physical Sciences Section Chief is one of the more hands-on jobs in the Department of Research and Development. The Phys-Sci Section Chief commands the Fleet Yards and Carthage Manufacturing Facility, and is expected to oversee as many as 400 projects at once. Director Applied Sciences Applied Sciences is considered one of the most enjoyable departments to partake in and one of the hardest to live with; An Applied Science Officer's sworn duty is to break everything. They must find the operational limits of technology, then go beyond it. Half of the projects ApSci works on are classified, making the job taxing; talking about the location of Deep Space Zero is considered high treason.
The Section Chief of Applied Sciences directs the operations of Deep Space Zero and the huge 3 square Light Year test field that she watches/
Director of Theoretical Engineering The Section Chief of Theoretical Sciences runs a team of dreamers: Theo-Sci is the largest and smartest think-tank in the federation, meaning that the Section Chief of Theo-Sci's job is to herd cats. Director of Starbase Zero Starbase Zero was built as a small observation outpost until it was discovered the structure was perfectly located to be a covert test facility. On the outskirts of the Anchor system, Zero is one of the most secure locations in the fleet, patrolled by a task group of ships designed for stealth and trained to defend the base ruthlessly from anyone without proper clearance.
General Staff (Juno Fleet)
The General Staff of Juno Fleet
Director of Fleet Operations Director of Research and Development Director of Research and Development of Juno Fleet Director of Internal Affairs Director of Fleet Relations
Operations (The Anchorage Complex)
Operations is is OPERATIONS! Managing Day-to-day activities on the complex requires a massive staff of engineers and service technicians, without which the entire station would grind to a halt...
Director of Operations The Director of Operations is the commanding officer of the Complex's massive and critical Operations Department, servicing every station in the Complex Deputy Director of Operations The Deputy Director of Operations serves as the #2 officer in Operations, coordinating the teams that service the Anchorage's stations Chief Power Systems Officer The Senior Reactor Officer, the CPSO administers the power generation systems of the complex. Specifically the CPSO manages the primary core of Anchorage Prime, but oversees all other reactor control officers. Reactor Control Officer Reactor Control Officers manage the power generation systems of the various stations. They are overseen by the Chief Power Systems Officer Power Systems Technician Power Systems Technicians service the power systems in the complex. Performing maintenance and damage control service on the millions of miles of power conduits across the complex. Chief Damage Control Officer The Chief Damage Control Officer works on ensuring when the station takes damage, the right officers are rapidly deployed to repair the damage as soon as possible.
Docking Control (Dock) (The Anchorage Complex)
Thousands of ships fly through Anchorage Space every day; freighters being raw materials in and finished goods out, construction ships repairing various sections and heading out to build new structures and warp lanes, ships being towed from the drydocks to the finishing docks, and Starships leaving the finishing docks for deployment. Docking Control's job is to run all 50 harbor towers in the system, and make sure that none of them hit each other.
Asst. Harbormaster The Asst. Harbormaster is responsible for the staffing of the Docking Control Department Chief Traffic Control Tower Operator The Chief Traffic Control Tower Operator manages ship priority in the complex. Traffic Control Tower Operator Traffic Control Officers manage the four main Traffic Control Towers that help keep the constant flow of ships through the complex from jamming up. They're responsible for making priority calls; allowing certain ships to "jump the line" based on cargo, passenger, or command rank. Dockyards Manager The Shuttlebay Manager is responsible for pre and post flight checks of all support craft involved in away missions. Once a support craft has been brought to the flight line, it is his/her duty to ensure that it is mission capable. Upon returning from a mission, he/she must inspect the support craft and prepare a report on any maintenance that is required.
He/she is also responsible for the placement of support craft in order to allow for maximum efficiency of the shuttlebay.
Civilian Oversight Board (Juno Fleet)
After the Battle with the Undine, the Federation appointed a team of civilians to act as an oversight board for Juno Fleet. These citizens are there to monitor the fleet, however the board has the authority to make administrative decisions for the fleet.
The Council officially granted the Board permission to appoint the Commander-in-Chief of Juno Fleet in 2431 after the successful reconstruction of Anchorage.
Civilian Oversight Chair The chair of the Juno Fleet Civilian Oversight Board is technically the 'Kingmaker' of Juno Fleet. Able to call the Board to session to make administrative changes or take punitive action against high ranking elements in the fleet, the Board Chair is the designated representative of the Federation Council. Civilian Oversight Subchair The subchair of the Juno Fleet Civilian Oversight Board is also known as the Fleet inspector. Responsible for ensuring Juno Fleet continues to follow the terms of its continued existence... like no more illegal wars.
Security Department (SecDep) (The Anchorage Complex)
The Security Department is tasked with the policing and security of the Anchorage Complex; from a dispute on the Prime Promenade to a rogue agent at the Zero-Point generators out on the rim of the complex, security goes everywhere and goes fast.
Director of Juno Fleet Security The Section Chief in charge of the Anchorage Complex Security forces must handle running counter espionage while also dealing with petty crime and the occasional spats that flair up between the various sections, not an easy job, but a critical one. Deputy Director of Juno Fleet Security The Asst. Section Chief of the Anchorage Complex Security handles the staffing of Anchorage Security and helps the Section Chief combat the serious threats that the Anchorage faces daily. Anchorage Detective Security Officers manage individual squads in across the Complex, each has significant authority over the MP teams. Security Officers direct the MPs throughout the Anchorage Complex and act as station heads for groups of MPs Anchorage Military Police Military Police are the Enlisted-level security officers, enforcing basic security across the complex. They report directly to the highest ranking Security Officer involved in a situation
Anchorage Medical (The Anchorage Complex)
Anchorage Medical is one of the most advanced medical services known to man; with access to the Unified Federated Medical Library and some of the brightest and best doctors in the field, Anchorage Medical specialized in tough cases.
Director of Anchorage Medical The cutting edge of Medical Research is practiced by the Medical Division of the Anchorage. The Section Chief has the authority to relieve any officer of duty, regardless of rank or position.
The Medical Chief must be proficient in all medical sciences.
Asst. Director (Counseling) Because of their training in psychology, technically the ship's/facility's Counselor is considered part of Starfleet medical. The Counselor is responsible both for advising the Commanding Officer in dealing with other people and races, and in helping crew members with personal, psychological, and emotional problems.
The Chief Counselor is considered a member of the Senior Staff. S/he is responsible for the crew in his/her department. The Chief Counselor is the Counselor with the highest rank and most experience.
Asst. Director (Medical) A starship or facility has numerous personnel aboard, and thus the Chief Medical Officer cannot be expect to do all the work required. The Asst. Chief Medical Officer assists Chief in all areas, such as administration, and application of medical care. Doctor Medical Officer undertake the majority of the work aboard the ship/facility, examining the crew, and administering medical care under the instruction of the Chief Medical Officer and Assistant Chief Medical Officer also run the other Medical areas not directly overseen by the Chief Medical Officer. Surgeon Doctors of the federation still specialize and mostly, the Chief Medical Officer position is usually held by a general practitioner. While simple surgery is part of their training, some doctors on larger vessels and starbases prefer to have a surgeon on staff. Counselor Because of their training in psychology, technically the ship's/facility's Counselor is considered part of Starfleet medical. The Counselor is responsible both for advising the Commanding Officer in dealing with other people and races, and in helping crew members with personal, psychological, and emotional problems. Counselor's Aide The Counselor's Aide helps keep all the matters of the Counseling Department in order. S/he assigns appointments for anyone needing them, and assists the Counselors with anything that they may need. Head Nurse The Head Nurse oversees all the Nurses currently aboard, ensuring they are assigned to tasks and working as required in their area. Additionally the Head nurse performs the normal duties of the nurse, assisting the Duty Medical Officer in sickbay. Nurse Nurses are trained in basic medical care, and are capable of dealing with less serious medical cases. In more serious matters the nurse assists the medical officer in the examination and administration of medical care, be this injecting required drugs, or simply assuring the injured party that they will be ok. The Nurses also maintain the medical wards, overseeing the patients and ensuring they are receiving medication and care as instructed by the Medical Officer. Morale Officer Responsible for keeping the morale of the crew high. Delivers regular reports on morale to the Executive Officer. The Morale Officer plans activities that will keep the crew's morale and demeanor up. If any crew member is having problems, the Morale Officer can assist that crew member. Patient
Diplomatic Corps (Diplo) (The Anchorage Complex)
At the joining point of the Federation/Klingon/Romulan boarder, Anchorage Diplomatic Corps are contently in talks with foreign representation, each of whom have an embassy in Anchorage Prime, but have greatly restricted access to the rest of the complex for good reason.
Federation Ambassador The Diplomatic Officer of each vessel/base must be familiar with a variety of areas: history, religion, politics, economics, and military, and understand how they affect potential threats. A wide range of operations can occur in response to these areas and threats. These operations occur within three general states of being: peacetime competition, conflict and war.
S/he must be equally flexible and demonstrate initiative, agility, depth, synchronization, and improvisation to provide responsive legal services to his/her Commanding Officer as well a diplomatic advise on current status of an Alien Species both aligned and non aligned to the Federation.
The Chief Diplomatic Officer is in charge of the Diplomatic Corps Detachment. He or she oversees the operation of it, as well as makes sure everything in that department is carried out according to Starfleet Regulations.
Vice-Ambassador The Diplomatic Officer of each vessel/base must be familiar with a variety of areas: history, religion, politics, economics, and military, and understand how they affect potential threats. A wide range of operations can occur in response to these areas and threats. These operations occur within three general states of being: peacetime competition, conflict and war.
S/he must be equally flexible and demonstrate initiative, agility, depth, synchronization, and improvisation to provide responsive legal services to his/her Commanding Officer aiding in official functions as prescribed by protocol, performing administrative duties, and other tasks as directed by the Chief Diplomatic Officer, as well a diplomatic advise on current status of an Alien Species both aligned and non aligned to the Federation.
The Assistant Chief Diplomatic Officer is the second-in-command of the Diplomatic Corps Detachment. If necessary, he or she can take the place of the Chief Diplomatic Officer on a temporary or permanent basis.
Ambassador's Aide S/he responds to the Ship/Base's Chief Diplomatic Officer, and is required to be able to stand in and run the Diplomatic Department as required should the Chief Diplomatic Officer be absent for any reason.
The Aide must therefore be versed in all Diplomatic information regarding the current status of the Federation and its aligned and non aligned neighbours.
Media Relations Officer Like it or not, the public has a right to know what Starfleet is up to. To get the word out to journalists or in the case of classified missions, to keep word from getting out. The Chief Diplomatic Officer will usually appoint one of their Diplomatic Officers to serve as the Media Relations Officer.
With the exceptions of large stations and/or high profile diplomatic negotiations the Media Relations Officer duties consist of, but are not limited to keeping the Chief Diplomatic Officer and Assistant Chief Diplomatic Officer informed of all relevant media stories, dealing with the press on a daily basis, creating and issuing mission statments, conducting personal interviews, and answer questions from the media journalists.
Translation Specialist The Translation Specialist is a person capable of translating written and spoken languages in real-time. They often have roles of interpreters and mediators due to their extensive linguistic capabilities. Translation Specialist reports to the Language Specialist.
Although s/he is considered a Communications Officer the position also has close ties to the diplomacy. Under diplomacy the Translation Specialist is charged with the translation of any language, living or dead, that may be encountered by a vessel/base that the Universal Translator system can not interpret. These individuals are adept at using various decryption techniques to aid in the deciphering of such languages. These individuals are qualified to undertake any tasks that could be asked of a general Diplomatic Officer; however they specialize in the linguistic aspect of this department.
Intelligence (Intel) (The Anchorage Complex)
At the Anchorage Complex, the Intel department is constantly under siege by both Klingon and Romulan Intelligence Services, who have major bases just inside their national borders, a mere 10 light years away from the Anchorage, as such the Intelligence Department's job is harder then anywhere else in the federation.
Director of Juno Intelligence Responsible for managing the intelligence department in its various facets, the Chief Intelligence officer often assists the Strategic Operations officer with information gathering and analysis, and then acts as a channel of information to the CO and bridge crew during combat situations. Deputy Director of Juno Intelligence Responsible for aiding the Chief Intelligence Officer in managing the intelligence department in its various facets, often assisting the Strategic Operations officer with information gathering and analysis. Information Security Taskforce Director The Director of Information Security is a highly secretive position and yet another feature of Anchorage's substantial counter-espionage department. Information Security is primarily concerned with controlling access to information, but their purview extends to nearly all aspects of the station. Counterespionage Taskforce Director Responsible for gathering intelligence, an Intelligence officer has the patience to read through a database for hours on end, and the cunning to coax information from an unwilling giver. S/he must provide this information to the Chief Intelligence officer as it becomes needed. Counterespionage Taskforce Officer The Infiltration Specialist is trained the arts of covert operations and infiltration. They are trained to get into and out of enemy instillations, territory, etc. Once in, they can gather intel, or if needed plant explosives, and even in times of war capture of enemy personnel. The Infiltration Specialist reports to the Chief Intelligence Officer. Encryption Specialist This NCO takes submitted Intelligence reports and runs them through algorithms, checking for keywords that denote mistyped classification and then puts the report into crypto form and sends them through the proper channels of communication to either on board ship consoles or off board to who ever needs to receive it. The Encryption Specialist reports to the Chief Intelligence Officer.
Marine Barracks (MC) (The Anchorage Complex)
When the standard security detail is not enough, marines come in and clean up; the marine detachment is a powerful tactical addition to any ship, responsible for partaking in personal combat, from sniping to melee.
The Anchorage Marine Barracks is one of the largest of any single facility, but when one considers the 30AU length of the Anchorage Complex and the millions of miles of station, corridor, and planetary-orbital connectivity systems that lattice the system, the quantity is needed.
Juno Fleet Marine Commandant The Marine CO is responsible for all the Marine personnel assigned to the ship/facility. S/he is in required to take command of any special ground operations and lease such actions with security. The Marines could be called the 24th century commandos.
The CO can range from a Second Lieutenant on a small ship to a Lieutenant Colonel on a large facility or colony. Charged with the training, condition and tactical leadership of the Marine compliment, they are a member of the senior staff.
Answers to the Commanding Officer of the ship/facility.
Deputy Juno Fleet Marine Commandant The Executive Officer of the Marines, works like any Asst. Department head, removing some of the work load from the Marine CO and if the need arises taking on the role of Marine CO. S/he oversees the regular duties of the Marines, from regular drills to equipment training, assignment and supply request to the ship/facilities Materials Officer.
Answers to the Marine Commanding Officer.
Marine Officer The First Sergeant is the highest ranked Enlisted marine. S/He is in charge of all of the marine enlisted affairs in the detachment. They assist the Company or Detachment Commander as their Executive Officer would. They act as a bridge, closing the gap between the NCO\'s and the Officers.
Answers To Marine Commanding Officer.
Marine Serving within a squad, the marine is trained in a variety of means of combat, from melee to ranged projectile to sniping.
Starfighter Command (FightCom) (The Anchorage Complex)
All vessels that do not qualify as "Capital" (I.E. cannot function in deep space on their own) are the responsibility of FlightCom. Considering the sheer mass of the complex and the high-density of the Capital Ship traffic, the FlightCom's job is not envious; for every Capital ship that pulls through an hour, almost ten shuttles or fighters run between the stations that make up the Complex.
Commander of the Air Group (CAG), Juno Anchorage The CAG of Anchorage is the senior pilot in command of all fighters in the complex. The CAG organizes patrols and combat training operations for all fighters and is ultimately responsible for the upkeep and training of all the fighters and pilots under their command. Wing Commander The Wing Commander is in charge of all things related to his wing's fighters, generally a responsibility of between 48 and 72 starfighters. As well, the wing commander is responsible for all the personnel assigned to the flight on the ship/facility, and ensuring that maintenance work is carried on the craft by Engineering.
Reports to the Commander of the Air Group. If the Wing Commander is the senior starfighter pilot assigned to the starship, starbase or facility they report to the Commanding Officer or Executive Officer and is a member of the Senior Staff.
Flight Leader The Flight Leader is in charge of all things related to his flight's fighters, generally a responsibility of up to 8 starfighters. As well, the flight leader is responsible for all the personnel assigned to the flight on the ship/facility, and ensuring that maintenance work is carried on the craft by Engineering.
Reports to the Wing Leader. If the Flight Leader is the senior starfighter pilot assigned to the starship, starbase or facility they report to the Commanding Officer or Executive Officer and is a member of the Senior Staff.
Fighter Pilot Specialized pilot, trained in all areas and aspects of fighter combat. They are also familiar with runabouts, shuttles and transports.
To be a fighter pilot the pilot must hold a rank from within the Warrant Officer Ranks or commissioned ranks.
Reports to the Flight Leader.
Chief Flight Mechanic The Chief Flight Mechanic runs the Deck shop at The Pillar, a cylindrical station that is the dock for the Anchorage fighter compliment. CFM manages crew and equipment requisitions as well as triageing fighters for repair
Recurring Characters (The Anchorage Complex)
For recurring characters
President of the United Federation of Planets The Elected President of the United Federation of Planets Federation Council Member Civilian Council Judge This position is reserved for Fleet Judges assigned by the Council to oversee Council Directives. Secret Investigative Agent