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Personnel Files / Robyn Marie Hatfield
« on: May 02, 2017, 04:27:33 AM »

Played By: Mim



    Full Name: Robyn Marie Hatfield (Bobbie)

    Age/ Birthday: 30- January 2nd 1987

   Nationality: Australian

    Rank, Title or Position Flight Lieutenant RAAF 1 Sqn.

    Height: 5í3Ē- 1.6m

   Build: Slim, athletic

    Related Skills: Graduate ADFA Officers College. Pilatus PC-9, BAE Hawk II, F/A18c, F111, F15E, F22A.  Leadership course, Junior officers staff course. Graduate Jungle Warfare training center Qld. Joint officers Cyber space college graduate.   

   Unrelated Skills: Martial arts proficiency in Muay Thai; bush craft, map reading (land)

   Credentials: BA Aeronautical Engineering. Currently studying for Masters.


 Appearance:Bobbie weighs in at about 105lbs (47kg), she has green eyes and wears her raven black hair cut short in a bob. Her skin is fair, extremely so in as much she avoids getting sunburned like many avoid snakes. She has full natural red lips which will be found smiling only when she has something to smile about.
 Personality: Bobbie can be somewhat intriguing with her personality. At times she will be easy going, easy to please and then in total contradiction she will be aggressive and assertive. She knows what she wants and wonít hesitate to achieve that, sometimes at the cost of alienating her friends and of those she has few. She can be abrasive one moment, then a total charmer the next. Her sense of humour is typically Australian, then again so is her personality so for an Aussie woman.

[ b]Hobbies/Interests:[/b] Camping, the outdoors. Cats and dogs, 50ís and 60ís rock and roll. Dancing (see music). Bobbie was three times with her brother state rock and roll dance champion.

 Field/Work Experience: Robynís training for her life as an Air Force pilot and officer followed the usual course, two years training and doing her degree in military law at the Australian Defence Force Academy Canberra. She passed as an average student, but at least gained acceptance for pilot training. Her next twelve months was going through the intense regime of learning, not only to be a flyer, but to be a better officer, given some of her rather dubious behaviour whilst she was at the academy. Nothing too serious of course, but still it marked as someone to be watched in the future; having a few rowdy nights on the town with some of her classmates and the follow up high jinks that often took place within the grounds of the college.

Her advanced jet training and successful graduation in that, put Bobbie on the top of the list for fighter school and she more than made up for her previous record as a reliable and dedicated officer. Bobbie spent 10 months at RAAF Williamstown as lead flight instructor 2011-12

Bobbie has served with both 76 and 77 Squadrons on FA/18ís as well as a brief stint with 1 Squadron as co-pilot and navigator on F111ís. She did an exchange posting with the USAF flying both the F15e Eagle and the F22a Raptor. On her return to Australia, she spent 8 months with 26 Squadron at Avalon air base Victoria as a lead test pilot, before reuniting with 77 Squadron.

 Personal History: Hatfield, their last name (Heinschfelt) they anglicised when they arrived in Australia in the early eighties from Germany. Johannes felt at the time there was still a little anti German resentment in their new home stemming from the Second World War. He was wrong of course and it only came about from the neighbourhood they had settled in. A working class, public housing community in Elisabeth South Australia; it was here Bobbie was born and grew up.

Being essentially a labourer with poor English, her father went to work at a local car assembly factory, while mother Clara took care of the family and when Robyn was born, rather unexpectedly, there was an almost twenty year gap between her and her oldest sibling. Even her closest brother was ten years older than her. It was with this large family, that Bobbie got the support and opportunities her brothers and sisters did not; they helped Johannes with expenses for the baby of the familyís education and it was especially her oldest brother John Juniorís efforts as an interstate truck driver that helped her the most.

Despite all this, Bobbie didnít have an easy time in her young life. The school she went to had a rather bad reputation, many of the boys in gangs and many of the girls just as bad. But she managed to survive and came through high school reasonably well, although she did fail to get into her dream job with the Police: South Australiaís regulations still had a minimum height requirement. A conversation with a visiting Air Force recruitment officer at the local mall soon changed her mind and in the following new year, Bobbie was attending the Australian Defence Force college in Canberra.

Bobbie graduated with her year in 2008, she was accepted for pilot training and soon found herself at Williamtown Air base just outside of Newcastle, after basic flight school at Pearce RAAF base Western Australia. A year later she was doing fast jet training with the FA/18 training  Squadron and after a successful portfolio of duties and assignments, in 2010 she found herself at the Red Flag multi nation exercises in Nevada with her number 77 squadron.


 Squadron Leader Catherine MacGregor (former CO)
 Lieutenant John ĎJackí Pierce USN- RAAF Amberly joint training
 Captain Adrianna "AJ" Pierce, USMC- RAAF Amberly joint training
 Flying Officer David Lawton RAAF- Former student RAAF     Williamstown.
 Flight Lieutenant Craig Miles, RAAF- Former classmate RAAF   Williamstown

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