Domenica Corsi (nicknamed "Core-Breach") was a female human in Starfleet in the 24th century. She was the daughter of Aldo and Ulrika Corsi, born circa 2340. She had one brother, Roberto. (SCE eBook: Home Fires)
- Corsi's year of birth is based on dating in SCE eBook: Security, and assumes she was eighteen when she entered Starfleet Academy. This is inconsistent with Home Fires, which suggests Corsi was significantly younger during that story's 2355 flashback section.
The Corsis were descendants of a New York City firefighter who perished in the terrorist attacks of 2001. That ancestor's firefighter's axe became a cherished family heirloom, and Domenica Corsi's most valued possession. (SCE eBook: Oaths)
In 2355, Aldo Corsi and his brother, Giancarlo, were approached by Lieutenant Commander William Ross of Starfleet Intelligence to use their civilian freighter, Ulrika's Hope, to gather intelligence during their passage near the Cardassian border. Unfortunately, the Cardassians detected their covert activities, boarded the ship, and killed Giancarlo. This incident created in Aldo an intense dislike and distrust of Starfleet, and when his daughter decided to join, it caused a rift between them lasting many years. (SCE eBook: Home Fires)
Childhood and Early CareerEdit
As a small child, Corsi would listen to her grandfather, who she called Nonno, tell stories around a campfire. Her grandfather died when Corsi was five, after she had discovered him collapsed and semi-conscious on the floor of their home. (CoE eBook: Remembrance of Things Past, Book II)
Corsi was a competitive swimmer as a youth, and had won trophies for at least three swim meets.
When Waldheim was promoted to chief of security of the USS Roosevelt, he brought Corsi along as his deputy chief.
In 2366, Lieutenant (j.g.) Corsi was assigned to assist civilian peace officers on Izar in investigating an apparent string of serial murders. Corsi and Dar had previously arranged to share shore leave on Izar, and Corsi spent much of her off-duty time with him in Garthtown on Izar. However, the investigator in charge, Officer Christine Vale, uncovered evidence that pointed to Ableen as the murderer. Discovered, Ableen targeted Vale as his next victim, and Corsi was forced to use deadly force to save Vale. (SCE eBook: Security)
While Vale considered Corsi a hero, and was inspired by her to join Starfleet herself, Corsi became angry with herself for the way the situation turned out. This self-loathing would impact the relationship between the two Starfleet officers for years to follow. (SCE eBooks: The Belly of the Beast, The Art of the Deal, Security)
Aboard the da VinciEdit
By 2374, Corsi had reached the rank of lieutenant commander, and was assigned as chief of security aboard the USS da Vinci under Captain David Gold. (SCE eBook: War Stories, Book 2) She became notorious with the da Vinci's crew as being a stickler for regulations and her fierce temper, which earned her the nickname "Core-Breach". (SCE eBook: Fatal Error)
In early 2376, on the tenth anniversary of Ableen's death, Corsi seduced fellow da Vinci crewmember Fabian Stevens in an effort to distract herself from her memories. Intended to be a one-time occurrence, a unique friendship developed between the two. (SCE eBook: Cold Fusion)
Later that year, when the son of an Izar peace officer, Tomozuka Kim, joined the da Vinci security detail, Corsi is finally moved to open up to Stevens about the death of her former lover, enabling her to move past it and decide that she and Stevens are a proper couple. (SCE eBook: Security)
Corsi was promoted to full Commander in early 2377. As part of her promotion ceremony, her third solid rank pip was left outside the ship, with the intention of making her go outside in an EVA suit to retrieve it. Corsi instead had the ship's computer locate and beam it aboard. (CoE eBook: Remembrance of Things Past, Book I)
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