Name: Lucille Taves Age: 9 Ethnicity: W.Y. XJF Model Android
Position: Pilot / Second in command under K. Dupre
Lucille is 5'5" and because of her construction, heavier and stronger than most people would guess. Her skin tone is a sand brown and it always seems tanned. She is of average body type with brown eyes and light brown shoulder length hair that is often worn up and covered by a ball cap. She is always wearing her flight jumper and cowboy boots.
Lucille is the last member of the original crew of the Pegasus, everyone else having moved on to other ships or retiring. She has been serving on the ship for the last 9 years and is very familiar with it. She is usually easy-going unless someone is bad mouthing her ship or calling her Lucy. People have been calling her by the nickname for a long time even though she wishes they wouldn't. Her programming requires her to let it go in the interest of crew efficiency so she puts up with it most of the time. Despite how she feels about her colleagues at any given time she is always respectful and focus's on her duties. She is getting old for an Android and worries about being decommissioned.
Name: Kyle Jenkins Age 41 Ethnicity: Male Human, Caucasian
Buzz cut salt and pepper hair, green eyes and weathered skin with faded scars of various ages. He is large at 6'2" and very fit for his age. He carries himself with confidence. He wears an orange correction jumpsuit.
After spending most of his early life in various military organizations, Kyle formed his own mercenary group. His team did work for the highest bidder and quickly earned a substantial reputation smuggling, extractions, hits, espionage only to name a few. However, when one of the groups clients no longer wanted to pay for services rendered, they attempted to double cross the mercenary band by turning to the government. The resulting operation nearly destroyed on orbital habitat. Kyle was captured and quietly tried for a grocery list of crimes while most of his team is still at large. He only spent a few months in lock up before his sentence was to be carried out.