On a tactical level, subject has demonstrated particular propensities
towards interdiction, superiority, and irregular warfare. On a strategic
level, subject has demonstrated aptitudes in supply chain establishment
and management, presence development, and small theatre strategy.
Records of primary training unavailable and most likely received
in service of pirate and/or independent indigenous factions. Childhood
and all other early records unavailable with the exception of a
criminal record consisting of minor infractions with local constabulary
and Imperial garrison. Based on these records, departed home world
no earlier than age sixteen.
Dragon. Early Alliance initiative adopted after Imperial raids
into Outer Rim and designed to construct a popular support base
amongst nominally Imperial-controlled sectors in the Middle Rim.
Achieved through supply of and, to a lesser extent, manpower aid
of local indigenous factions and pirate groups, designated cells,
to disrupt Imperial shipping and provide a buffer zone between Imperial
and Alliance forces. Initial successes high with Imperial forces
suffering relatively heavy casualties and supply influx to Alliance
forces in the Outer Rim increased. Further benefit derived from
the establishment of contacts and spy networks that have been, and
continue to be, of use in operations.
Sector deemed priority because it served as a bottleneck for forces
and shipping passing from the Mid Rim to the Outer Rim. Petes, leader
of the Cillihawa cell, most successful Directive Dragon agent. Initially
managed to secure Cillihawa sector for a limited time against incursions
from other pirate/criminal groups as well as Imperial forces. Fleet
grew to two frigates and three strike cruisers, along with various
support craft (Corellian corvettes and other assosciated support
craft). Toll on shipping in excess of 6,000 mixed military and civilian
craft. Rewards of varying amounts offered by the Empire for capture
or provable execution of Petes and any of his men. Rumors surfaced
about questionable tactics, including disabling of life-support
systems, and went largely ignored by Alliance Command. Rumors later
proved to be accurate. Eventual dispatch of large Imperial task
force ends Petes's involvement in Cillihawa sector. Most of Cillihawa
cell destroyed, with only frigate Impaler, Petes included,
reaching safety of Alliance-controlled space. Scorched space tactics
used in retreat, rendering shipping lanes impassable and rendering
numerous planets uninhabitable .
effort undertaken by Imperials focusing on Alliance support of Petes.
Public outcry led to the trial and execution of Petes by Alliance
High Command. Now fully aware of the difficulty and repercussions
of maintaining unsupervised support with independent groups operating
outside any standardized procedural code, Directive Dragon was terminated.
Most Dragon cells either assimilated into the Alliance or were eventually
destroyed by the Empire.
active under Directive Dragon, Cillihawa Cell (Cillihawa Sector),
under Petes. Stationed aboard frigate Impaler, Petes's flagship,
in command of t-wing squadron Morning Star. Later acted as envoy
for Petes, dealing extensively with Alliance representatives as
well as various neighboring faction leaders and representatives.
from the Impaler given new identities and offered non-combat
positions contracting for the the Alliance. Due to the reward for
the capture, still outstanding, a majority joined or worked in some
capacity with the Alliance. Subject was given, and accepted, this
option and provided valuable insight into starfighter tactics employed
by Petes's forces as well lent his extensive underground contacts
and experience in leveraging these contacts to the Alliance cause.
Dragon, Pre-Hoth. Served on team tasked with the ongoing evaluation
and updating of starfighter tactics. Helped develop and implement
indigenous force training. Developed reliable supply chain models and convoy
tactics to support Alliance growth.
to Present. Served in advanced units preceding the majority
of the retreating Alliance forces. Negotiated safe passage through
various star systems for the initial retreat. Continued service
in negotiating new supply routes and alliances with indigenous groups.
Stationed Firebase Bravo as attaché. Helped develop and maintain
all aspects of Alliance presence along the Kira and Enarc runs,
including spy networks and interaction with local groups.
identity created for subject after battle of Endor. Subject allowed
to enter flight training and graduated top of his class. Combat
status re-instated and made official member of New Republic Navy
despite his age. Assigned Wolfshead squadron, strike carrier Wolf's Lair.
Profile: Subject often appears aloof and brooding. Highly intelligent,
efficient worker. Detail-oriented and innovative. Shows recurrent
disdain for standardized procedural code and may have problems with
authority. Tendency towards extreme and unconventional solutions
which may be indicative of possible neurological and psychological
disorders. Behaviour also tends toward aggressiveness. Indications,
however, are towards reasoned action, albeit guided by possibly
faulty logic systems. Loyalty to groups and individuals which have
earned his trust appears unwavering, although criteria for such
trust remained ambiguous to profiler.
uncooperative in detailing background data. Available data supports
conclusions of profiler, although no indications of root cause are
to subject's unique past, commanding officer should be wary of investing
undue authority in subject. Subject's decisions, while not made
impetuously, tend to be made without consultation and without warning.
has reservations, unsubstantiable by profiler, as to the extent
to which subject may still adhere to ideals enacted by Petes.
also expressed concerns over subject's dedication to New Republic
ideals, largely dismissed by Command based on subject's service
record of more than 15 years.