2368 - 2373: Starfleet Academy - Specialty: Pilot
2373 - 2375: USS Arcos - Gamma Shift Helm Officer
2375 - 2376: Starbase 232 - Atmospheric Pilot
2376 - 2378: USS Oberth - Beta Shift Helm Officer
2378 - 2380: USS Yosemite - Gamma Shift Helm Officer
2380 - 2381: Starbase 84 - Shuttle Pilot
2381 - 2382: USS Houston - Alpha Shift Helm Officer
2382 - : USS Artemis - Alpha Shift Helm Officer
2381: Federation Medal of Valor
Citation: Upon the near-total destruction of the Houston's bridge, LtJG Geroux took charge of the situation and, despite injury, piloted the ship out of danger. As such, LtJG Geroux saved the lives of all remaining hands of the USS Houston from destruction by the Borg threat.
2375: Conduct unbecoming. (Action: Transfer to Starbase 232)
2378: Reckless Endangerment. (Action: 30 days in Brig. Demotion to Ensign. Transfer to science vessel USS Yosemite)
2380: Drunk and Disorderly. (Action: 24 hours in Brig. Transfer to Starbase 84.)
2372 - Commandant Hiro Matsurato, Dean of Pilot Training, Starfleet Academy:
Cadet Geroux has a tendancy to act out. While being a brilliant pilot, she lacks any moral center or personal responsibility to deal with the mandatory obligations that come with being a Starfleet Officer. If she graduates, I don't foresee a quick rank-advancing career.
2375 - Captain Mers Agnit, Commanding Officer, USS Arcos:
Ensign Geroux is steadily late for her shifts. Her reports are rarely filed in time and her department head has had to cover for her more than once. Aside from that, she's flown a few incredible Shuttle away missions that have resulted in the success of the mission where any average piloting would have resulted in failure or even death.
2376 - Commander Toni Chaplin, Director of Atmospheric Operations, Starbase 232:
Warned about her habits of rebelling against authority, Ensign Geroux has been assigned atmospheric duties she could perform in her sleep. To her, the lack of responsibility seems to make up for the lack of attractivity during the missions. She hasn't expressed any desire for more responsibility or a chance to advance her career on Starbase 232. However, she has requested a transfer to a starship.
2378 - Lieutenant Mira Santos, Judge Advocate General's Office, Starbase 232:
LtJg Geroux has been found guilty of Reckless Endangerment. While training with a more junior officer on the holodeck, she deactivated the holodeck safeties against the computer's express vocal warnings. She failed to interrupt training as her fellow officer wasn't able to maintain control of the shuttle they were piloting. The subsequent crash resulted in his death. It is my ruling that the safeties should never have been turned off, and that the simulation should have been stopped prior impact. However, with the evidence that LtJG Geroux did in fact attempt to take control of the simulated craft prior to impact in order to avert impact, she demonstrated an instinct for reacting to the situation for the benefit of another. The Judge Advocate General's accepts the charge of Reckless Endangerment, and LtJg Geroux is hereby demoted to Ensign, and is to be transferred to another posting where her piloting attributes can hopefully redeem her of this incident.
2381 - Commodore Benwadi, Commanding Officer, Starbase 84:
Although forewarned about her erratic behavior, I'm pleasantly surprised by the way she's been treating herself, her fellow officers and her duties. I've had the pleasure to reinstate her to the rank of Lieutenant Junior Grade, and she seems to have found a goal in life. Unfortunately, rumors of a Borg attack are increasing, and I've received her transfer orders to the USS Houston. She will be missed with the shuttle crews of Starbase 84.
2382 - Lieutenant Commander Ixbiqi, Senior Transfer Officer, Starbase 389:
On orders of Fleet Command, I hereby promote Lieutenant Junior Grade Geroux to the rank of full Lieutenant. She seems to have rehabilitated herself over the past year. In combination with the shortage of officers, Fleet has judged her the perfect candidate for a fast promotion and a tour as CNav aboard USS Artemis.
Prior to the war against the Borg, Cameron was generally seen as intelligent and capable of great endeavors, but also the kind of person who rarely applied himself any more than he had to. While his perceived laziness didn't hurt his career in Starfleet, it didn't help it either. After his second experience with the Borg, however, Cameron changed to become a much more motivated individual.