||Born in Scotland on Earth.|
||Entered Starfleet Academy.|
||Began specialising in Engineering subjects while still a cadet at the Academy.|
||Graduated Starfleet Academy.|
||Appointed as Chief Engineer of the original constitution class USS Enterprise.|
||Appointed as Captain of Engineering of the USS
Excelsior when the Enterprise is retired. Subsequently takes part in a
conspiracy to steal the Enterprise and take it to the Genesis planet, sabotaging
the Excelsior in the process.
Charges of conspiracy dropped; appointed as chief engineer of the USS Enterprise-A.
||Attends launch of the Enterprise-B.|
||Retires from Starfleet and relocates to the Norpin V colony. Crashes on a Dyson Sphere while on route to Norpin and places himself into suspended animation to await rescue.|
||Recovered from the Dyson Sphere by the crew of the Enterprise-D; sets off in a shuttlecraft for parts unknown.|
Graduating in 2244, Scott rapidly began to rise through the ranks. He became Chief Engineer of the Enterprise in 2265; it was here that his abilities really began to show themselves. 'Scotty', as he became known, showed a genius for seat-of-the-pants improvisation, often under the most difficult of circumstances. Perhaps the highest tribute to Scottys ability is that during the 28 years that he was chief engineer of the Enterprise, no matter what level of battle damage the ship suffered she never once failed to make it home under her own power. It is little wonder that Montgomery Scott acquired the nickname of 'the miracle worker' among his crewmates.
In 2294, Scotty retired from Starfleet. He bought a boat, and began to enjoy the quiet life. Shortly after his retirement he was pressed into service one last time when he attended the launch of the Enterprise-B along with Captain Kirk and Commander Checkov. Scott briefly acted as a bridge officer on the ship when it responded to a distress call from some El Aurian refugee transports. Although Captain Kirk was apparently killed during this mission, many of the refugees where rescued thanks in large part to Scotts idea to use the main deflector to simulate an antimatter burst.
Shortly after retirement, Scott decided to move to the Norpin V colony. He secured passage on board the USS Jenolan, but while on route the ship was brought violently out of warp when it encountered the gravitational well of a Dyson Sphere; the ship crashed on the sphere, killing most of the crew. Scott, ever resourceful, rigged a transporter to hold him in stasis until rescue could arrive. Unfortunately, the Jenolan was not discovered for another eighty years. Nevertheless, Scotty was still stored safely within the pattern buffer of the transporter.
Scotty at first found it difficult to fit in to
the twenty fourth century; he regarded himself as being out of place, and
something of a burden on others. However, his actions in assisting the
USS Enterprise to escape from the Dyson Sphere convinced him that he still
had a contribution to make. When Captain Picard 'loaned' him a shuttlecraft,
Scotty once again set out into the unknown.