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Accessing Crew Profile for ISS TAINEN…
…Can you feel it?
Name: Dalton Kendrick
Height: 157 cm (5’2)
Weight: 63.5 kg (140 lb.)
Hair color: Black
Eyes: White Lost in the darkest reaches.
Background: Born during the early colonial period of space, few records remain regarding parentage or background. First official record was an application for ISSC Salvage License at the age of 15. During evaluation, he has suggested he was born to colonists of Danerim II, who passed in the early years of development. Despite his youth, he excelled in the early days of Salvage and remains one of the few surviving Salvagers from this era.
Dalton has received multiple commendations over the years, but has refused any and all offers of promotion or advancement past the rank A Salvage license.
Service History: ISS ANDRA, D Class Salvager, 2 years.
ISS OSUS, C Class Salvager, 1 year. Struggling to the surface.
ISS ZENON, C Class Salvager, 4 years.
ISS RYTHE, B Class Salvager, 2 years.
ISS TAINEN(Current), A Class Salvager, 5 years.
Psych Eval: RESTRICTED.
…Desperate to be heard.
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They call out in that great beyond.
Psych Evaluation: Completed by Dr. Artemis Tao before departure to Adderact.
Dalton is a remarkably soft spoken member of the crew and shows common characteristics of a loner. He is not, however, opposed to company and seems to get along well with the rest of the crew. During the evaluation, he admitted these tendencies were in part due to past trauma, but refused to elaborate further.
Dalton is considered second in command by most, often advising the captain on operations beyond the scope of his normal duties. On the aptitude portion of the exam, he showed no signs of decline. It’s clear he has managed to maintain his mental and physical faculties even in deep space.
Regarding the final portion of the eval, my results were mixed. Despite almost 15 years of service, Dalton exhibits no significant Atrophy from the Influence. Several members of the crew have shown concern for his well being based on lack of sleep and appetite during meals, but nothing significant. Based on my own observations, I cannot diagnose him with SS. It is possible he is suppressing the symptoms, but this itself suggests he has not yet succumbed.
I recommend no further action at this time, beyond expected Delta level brain scans upon return from our next Salvage.
But from their cry, only silence remains.