Mosley has moved through a number of roles, having grown up working on various ships, from colony ships to transports. Mosley’s problem is he gets bored easily. He learns fast and has a natural gift for adapting to new situations – the downside is he usually picks something up, gets used to it and then gets bored. It makes him impatient. This led to more and more dangerous jobs until he discovered battleships.
Even then he couldn’t settle down. He’s worked on turret crews, launch bay prep, even spent 6 months on an emergency EVA repair crew. When he discovered communications, things changed. His impatience became an asset, his need to communicate quickly and succinctly became a tool. He’s been doing communications for over 5 years – longer than anything else he’s done. He’s only recently graduated to officer status. He’s kept busy on a crewed with more than a thousand men, with more than 50 working directly under him. Almost every intercept is vital to their survival.
Mosley feels like he holds the difference between life and death for the entire crew. It’s a role he takes pride in and something he never lets anyone forget.
He’s a good officer – loud, friendly, quick to praise, quick to berate. He speaks his mind but can often talk out of turn.