A short biography.
His Father a Bretonian trader, his Mother a Liberty space craft engineer J Myatt was born on a Deep Space trading vessel. He learnt his flying skills at a very early age on the outskirts of Sirius. At the age of 17 he applied for BAF officer training but was rejected due to no formal education. His education was limited by his mother tuition while trading in space. He then applied to West Point and was accepted on his flying skills and knowledge of space flight engineering. His trainers could not agree whether he was just very skillful or just plain fool hardy, but he did graduate to pilot officer. However, he then resigned his commission and reapplied to join the BAF. This time he was accepted but he opted to join the Marine Division. Having completed the tough 4-month selection course he volunteered for Covert Ops and was appalled by the less than covert troop insertion doctrine. As a Marine Captain he took such insertions to a new level by re-inventing the military VHALO (Very High Altitude Low Opening) skills where troops would exit their vessels on the edge of the planet atmosphere and free fall to parachute opening height. A practice adopted by both the BAF and the LSF.
It was not long before he longed to return to flying and was transferred to a BAF Gun Boat crew as 1st officer. During his first attachment he took command of a small BAF fleet when all senior officers became injured. He skillfully used those vessels available to him to disperse a GRN fleet inflicting many enemy casualties. This action promoted him to Major and successful mission was followed by another and he excelled every command level he attained. His tactic and strategic planning ability made him the obvious choice for the position of BAF Chief Operational staff officer where he has been these past 2 years.
A firm diplomat and inspiration leader, the BAF rank and file are delighted to see this popular Officer assuming command of the BAF.