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Well, I just finished writing up the bio for my character:
Abigaile Marley was born November 17th, 1986 in Dallas, Texas after her family emigrated from Sweden to America. Abigaile was her family's second child. Fascinated by flight and all things related, she obtained a scholarship through the AFROTC program in pursuit of an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering. Scoring among the top of her class, Abigaile was accepted into the ENJJPT program at Sheppard AFB, Texas flying the Northrop AT-38B Talon trainer with the 88th Fighter Training Squadron before being assigned to Luke AFB in Arizona with the 309th Fighter Squadron for completion of training on the F-16 Fighting Falcon. Commissioned a Second Lieutenant in 2009, she was promptly assigned to Kunsan Air Base in South Korea with the 35th Fighter Squadron.
While Abigaile proved to be a more than adequate pilot, her personality often clashed with the command staff at Kunsan - particularly her reckless disregard for her own safety and that of her aircraft. Disciplinary action was taken, and for short a time the Texan girl seemed to be shaping up, albeit still on thin ice with the command staff. However, after a very nearly lethal accident in Novemeber of 2013 that resulted in the loss of her Fighting Falcon, Abigaile earned herself a trip in front of a General Court-Martial and was sentenced to a dismissal from the service.
Distraught over what had happened, knowing she would probably never fly again, and blaming the staff at Kunsan Air Base for 'setting her up', Abigaile entered a short period of depression and wound up moving back to her old hometown of Dallas, Texas. Meeting some old friends and getting some of the support she needed however, helped harden her resolve and gave her an eye towards the future - seeking employment among mercenary groups to prove, to herself and to those who wronged her, that she was still a fully capable pilot.