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I'm a teenager who likes writing (and planes, duh). I'm also a brony, almost an Eagle Scout, and I'm friends with purplechalkwitch in real life. I live in the same secret town and most definitely do not attend the same secret high school.
All of my stories are in the same universe, unless stated otherwise, which I plan to contain The Oregon Files by Clive Cussler, the Mitch Rapp series by Vince Flynn, NCIS, Uncharted, and real life.
If you want an accurate portrayal of technology or advice on realism/plausibility, don't hesitate to ask for help.
I'm a fan of the above mentioned series, as well as Top Gear, Ian Fleming's Bond novels, and anything by Clive Cussler.
My AFOSI series revolves around an Air Force Office of Special Investigations detachment. Meet 'em!
Captain David Henderson- The team's leader. He served as an AC-130 Fire Control Officer during the early stages of the Afghan War, before transferring to AFOSI during his cross-training period. He joined the Air Force in 2003, and AFOSI in 2007, becoming a team leader in 2011. A graduate of the Air Force Academy, Henderson thinks tactically, but he is a relatively new team leader, and still needs to work out how he wants his team to be run. He and First Lieutenant Hannah Mitchell are in a relationship, but try and keep it secret from the rest of the team. He also has an interest in fencing, as he was on the Air Force's team during his time at the Academy.
Captain Hannah Mitchell- Henderson's 'right hand woman', she has more experience in law enforcement (serving as USAF Base Security in Afghanistan until 2004, and joining AFOSI two years before Henderson), but has stepped on one too many toes in the Air Force. Her blunt way of speaking, and her inability to work with politicians, leave her as Henderson's second in command, instead of with her own team. She also suffers from PTSD due to her tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, specifically an IED attack during her final tour in Afghanistan, which cost her the hearing in her left ear, her left pinky finger, and her position as Security. Promoted to Captain in August 2012.
First Lieutenant Joseph Campbell- The new guy on the team. Campbell joined AFOSI right out of college, after majoring in criminology. He graduated FLETC (Federal Law Enforcement Training Center) in 2009, and acts as the ad-hoc psychologist for the team. What he lacks in field experience, he makes up in sheer determination and observance, often finding evidence that even Henderson misses. Promoted to First Lieutenant in May 2012.
Civilian Special Agent Ryan Jackson- A former NYPD detective, Jackson moved to AFOSI after working with a team on a case in 2011. The oldest field agent on the team, Jackson acts almost as the "team dad", and is the member of the team that deals best with LEOs and government officials. He's jokingly called the "Samuel L. Jackson" of the team.
Flight Lieutenant Christopher Hartmann- A member of the Royal Air Force Police, Hartmann was attached to Henderson's team in Seoul, and relocated back to the US when the team's overseas tour was up. Acting as a liaison between the EU, Great Britain, and AFOSI, he works best with cases with foreign connections. However, he has yet to get used to driving on the right side of the road, and is unofficially banned from driving any AFOSI vehicles. Assigned a long-term liaison position with Henderson's detachment in August 2012.
Dr. Andrew Carlson- The team's attached lab technician. What he lacks in maturity (and sense of privacy), he makes up for in work ethic and an forensic abilities rivaling the best forensic examiners in the nation.
Dr. Artyom Petrovich- The team's ME. A Russian expatriate, Petrovich earned his doctorate in the Soviet Union, serving as a Red Army surgeon, before defecting to the United States. After over three decades of life in the US, his loyalty is certain, as are his abilities in medicine. He is qualified to operate on living people, in addition to the dead, and used to work as an ER trauma doctor before moving to AFOSI.
I update sporadically on this account, and on my Fictionpress account under the same name, whenever I have time.
Timeline: 2003- Second Lieutenant David Henderson graduates from the Air Force Academy and begins training for operations as a Fire Control Officer
2004- IED Attack at Shindand Air Base in Afghanistan wounds Second Lieutenant Hannah Mitchell, leading to her transfer to temporary administrative duties
Early 2005- Second Lieutenant Hannah Mitchell is transferred to Air Force Reserve, then offered a position in AFOSI
Late 2005- Second Lieutenant Hannah Mitchell completes FLETC training and is assigned as a probationary agent at McGuire Air Force Base.
2006- Both Henderson and Mitchell are promoted to First Lieutenant in their respective positions
2007- First Lieutenant David Henderson transfers from the 27th Special Operations Wing to AFOSI following a crash landing at Bagram AFB, completes FLETC training, and is attached to the 2nd Field Investigations Squadron at Andrews Air Force Base
2008- 2nd Field Investigations Squadron detachment containing Henderson and 7 other agents is transferred to Rome, Italy
2009- After three agents return to the United States due to an outbreak of Bowen's Disease, First Lieutenant Mitchell is transferred to Rome to help take over the sick agents' positions. Second Lieutenant Campbell graduates from FLETC that same year.
2010- The detachment returns to the United States for a brief two-month period before being transferred to Seoul, South Korea. There, Henderson is promoted to the detachment's second in command, and Mitchell gets two separate reprimands for mouthing off to her superiors, delaying her prospective promotion to Captain.
Late 2010- The detachment is reorganized, with the addition of Second Lieutenant Campbell and Royal Air Force Flight Lieutenant Hartmann as team members, and the promotion of Henderson to Captain and team leader.
2011- The detachment is transferred back to Washington, D.C. for a period in the United States. Former NYPD detective Ryan Jackson joins the team, and lab technician Andrew Carlson and medical examiner Artyom Petrovich are assigned to work with the group.
Late 2011- The team works with a NCIS MCRT to find the killer of a Navy liaison officer who was discovered to be related to a Chinese triad operation to trade stolen intelligence for Chinese government money. (Search And Destroy)
Mid 2012- Mitchell is finally promoted to Captain and Campbell is promoted to First Lieutenant. Henderson and Mitchell respond to a bombing attack on NCIS headquarters. (Detonation)
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