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​Michael Larson was a male Human who served in Starfleet during the 24th century as executive officer of the USS Voyager under the command of Captain Brianna Martin. He held the rank of commander.(Star Trek: Voyager)

​Biography Edit

​Early life Edit

Michael Larson was born in 2346 on April 23rd in San Diego, California on Earth. His mother was Admiral Mary Larson and Michael moved to Starbase 39-Sierra along the Romulan Neutral Zone during peace time with the Romulan Star Empire while Mary was stationed on the Klingon outpost Narendra III. While on a mission to keep the treaty enforced, the outpost suddenly came under attack by four Romulan warbirds, while on the outpost, his mother was wounded during a Romulan attack that it was severe but the starbase and the personal survived the assault.

​ Starfleet career Edit

​Starfleet Academy Edit

In 2353, Michael entered Starfleet Academy at the age of 19 and passed all his classes with flying colors and met his future shipmate Sarah Adams in one of his classes, the pair had a one night stand after the Academy graduation ceremony in 2357 and the pair were on separate assignments in the Federation.

​Starbase 240 Edit

He was assigned to Starbase 240 as a security guard and his assignment was uneventful for the most part he learned alot from the chief of security on the base, and he helped other personnel with their issues and made alot of good friend and he was picked to be assigned to the USS Voyager in 2371 by it's new command officer.

​ USS Voyager Edit

In 2371, Commander Michael Larson is assigned to the USS Voyager as first officer serving wiith Captain Brianna Martin. The two got off to a rocky start when they first met and they soon became not only captain and first officer but friends.

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