Betty Gohr
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Betty Gohr
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Betty Gohr was a Manticoran citizen and an officer in the Royal Manticoran Navy.

Biography[edit | edit source]

She was a tactical officer by training but at some point was "loaned" to ONI, where she worked at London Point. During that time, she did some research on combat psychology and interrogation techniques; she even published a couple of articles in scholarly psychological journals, one of which was publicly perceived as advocating the use of torture to obtain information. While she only analyzed and discussed the methods of torture from an abstract point of view, the article led to public outrage because which landed her on half-pay when Second Space Lord Francis Jurgensen refused to defend her for the article.

In 1920 PD, Gohr returned to active service as Assistant Tactical Officer aboard HMS Gauntlet with the rank of Lieutenant on the request of Michael Oversteegen. (CS1)

Being promoted to Lieutenant Commander, she became Captain Oversteegen's tactical officer aboard the battlecruiser HMS Nike. (HH11)

Service Record[edit | edit source]

Promotions[edit | edit source]

  • Lieutenant
  • Lieutenant Commander

Posts[edit | edit source]

  • Tactical researcher, London Point, Saganami Island
  • Assistant Tactical Officer, HMS Gauntlet
  • Tactical Officer, HMS Nike (BC-562)

References[edit | edit source]

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