Since becoming the Bravo Fleet Communications Officer a year ago, Capierno has been an invaluable resource to both myself and the BFA. Originally I had tasked Cap in his first few months for his office to gather information on the current temperature, as it were, of the Trek internet; looking for information on where Bravo Fleet stood within the current online Trek culture. Cap led his team through the wilderness of the Trekernet, many Discords, Reddit, social media, and message boards to really bring back some valuable information on what were the current desires and activities in the online Star Trek world which helped the BFA make decisions, even up to this day, on the different directions we’ve been taking Bravo Fleet.
On top of his research project, Cap has also helped lead a really successful social media team that helps get our name out there on platforms like Facebook, Reddit, and Twitter. If you’re on Facebook, you may have seen one of our ads pop up on your feed that Cap personally created and even funded. He’s also been an invaluable resource as Comms Officer in helping guide people to what we do, how we do it, and how people can become a part. Cap has also directly helped refine our join process for Bravo Fleet which is now a seamless work of art in part because of Cap’s direct feedback. He’s even recently created a step by step guide on how to create and add a character once you do join! Suffice it to say, Cap has been a monster at executing projects given to him in our first year “back”, and I hope he stays on as our Comms Officer for many years to come!
Congratulations on your well-earned promotion to rear admiral!
— FAdm Teylas Ramar, BFCO