From http://roleplay.wikia.com/wiki/Mike_Bremer - Mike Bremer is a Star Trek simmer. He founded Bravo Fleet in 1997 and served as the group's commanding officer from December 1997 to March 2004. Mike left Bravo Fleet in 2008. He continues to host Starbase 400, a sim that has been in continuous operation since 1995. In 2011, Mike was awarded the Simming Prize in honor of his "exemplary leadership within the simming community." Mike was asked by Chas Hammer to become a Simming Prize Trustee in 2014, helping to review nominations and award the next generation of Simming Prize Laureates.
"Mike is Mr. Star Trek simmer...If anyone were to ever construct a Mt. Rushmore of simming, Mike would be included." -Chas Hammer
"In addition to his superior leadership of Bravo Fleet, Mike Bremer has also hosted one of the longest continually running sims on the net, Starbase 400 (previously known as the USS Pegasus), since 1996. Starbase 400 has been in existence since 1995 and has won numerous awards for its high-quality and longevity under Bremer. His pioneering models for club and sim development live on throughout the community. Mike Bremer is unarguably one of the most influential figures in simming history." -Ongoing Worlds 2015
Outside of Simming, Mike is from South Carolina and is married with three children. He's a Christian, loves sports, and played football and baseball before injury ended his career. Mike is an avid fan of the Clemson Tigers, Carolina Panthers, Miami Heat, and Atlanta Braves. He also enjoys playing games on XBox including Battlefield, Call of Duty, NCAA Football, and Madden.
Mike enjoys movies and shows like Star Trek (of course), 24, NCIS, Law and Order SVU, The Avengers (as well as the prequel Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor movies and their sequels), Band of Brothers The Pacific, Transformers, Star Wars, and the list goes on. Mike is also an avid gun owner and shooter, he has a small collection of firearms that includes a Glock 22, M1 Garand, Ruger LC9, and others firearms. He also loves a wide variety of music.
Mike is also a history buff, specifically WW2, WW1, American Civil War, and American Revolutionary War eras.
Mike also used to be involved two car clubs, being the co-founder for both. One was an F-Body (Camaro and Firebird) enthusiasts club and the other was a general club for car customizing (Sound systems, rims, TVs, etc etc), but he had to back away from both due to time constraints (work and family).
Mike is also a proud member of the Forever17 Youth Organization founded by former Clemson football players Stanley Hunter and Jamie Harper. He assists with the small website and events that help low income and at risk youth and their families in the Upstate and Midlands of South Carolina.
Task Force 99’s Commanding Officer Rear Admiral Domingo Martinez would like to nominate Fleet Admiral Mike Bremer, for the Gold Star Award. Starbase 400 under the command of Fleet Admiral Mike Bremer has been around since the creation of Bravofleet in 1995.
Starbase 400 has over 96 completed missions, and currently working on 97th mission. Where do I even begin with Fleet Admiral Mike Bremer. A man with 20 plus years of star trek simming. Having one of the longest sims alive in Bravofleet. If not the longest sim in Bravofleet. Mike Bremer’s command leadership is straight and to the point. He is fair to his writers, and allows creativity within Starbase 400.
For each of his missions, he creates an occ chat area on his site, to talk about mission strategies, any new or existing players. He is very active on this occ thread, and with his sim. I can not think of anyone, more deserving of the Gold Star Award, that Mike.
Below you will see a synopsis summary of all the Starbase 400 Missions. If you click on each mission title, you get to read the full mission. Mike Bremer has leadership experience is reflective in all 97 missions. I know this report asks me to highlight a few of the mission logs in particular, before I do that, I want you to see what he has accomplished, so with that.
I wish to honor the crew of the USS Black Hawk. Were it not for them, this sim would not be what it is today. Though we all come from different walks of life, the sim itself is the perfect emulation of IDIC – Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations. We have all pushed each other to become better writers, to approach missions from multiple angles, and tell the best stories out there.