Megan Young

Chesterfield Act Registry of the Expressive Database

File #11 Feb 2018 03:24

Name Megan Young Aliases
Status Unregistered Expressive Ability Flight
Gender Female
Birthdate 06/15/69 Age 51
Height 5'8 Build Wiry, slender
Eyes Blue Hair White-streaked red
Residence NYC Safe Zone
Employment Elmhurst Hospital
Parents William and Mary Young (deceased) Siblings 4 brothers (several deceased)
Marital Status Single Children None
First Scene Last Scene
Profile Veteran of not only the US Military during Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts in the 1990s, she is also a veteran of the Second Civil War. She helped establish the Ferryman originally. She's an RN, a certified Nurse Midwife, and a combat medic with surgical experience. Nowadays she turns her nursing skills to places in the Safe Zone that need it. She is a well-known face, having testified at the war crimes trials, but she maintains a low profile. She is also known to help anyone who needs it without asking too many questions, even now.
Megan Young
portrayed by

Rene Russo

Clara Barton:

  • "What could I do but go with them … soldiers, or work for them and my country? The patriot blood of my father was warm in my veins."
  • "I may be compelled to face danger, but never fear it, and while our soldiers can stand and fight, I can stand and feed and nurse them."
  • "An institution or reform movement that is not selfish, must originate in the recognition of some evil that is adding to the sum of human suffering, or diminishing the sum of happiness."



Medical Skills

Megan is a fully licensed RN with a specialty in emergency room medicine. She has a master's degree in nursing, and she even has a certificate as a licensed midwife/doula on the side. She has the knowledge to handle almost any kind of injury, though she can't write prescriptions or order procedures. She can put in IVs, give shots, put in stitches, set breaks, stop bleeding, etc and so forth. She's far more expert at some of the 'field medic' care than nurses in the ER who've never been in a combat zone due to her work in Turkey and on the ground in New York during the collapse of the World Trade Center. And her sole focus is always on the patient's care. She's also well-versed in the politics and bureaucracy of a hospital (and the military) and rapidly worked her way up to being one of the top ER nurses in the hospital. From 2011 through the Second Civil War, she became far more versed in battlefield surgery than any training she'd ever previously received.

Military Know-How

Although she's a nurse, Megan had to do all the same things all officers in the military had to do. She knows military protocols, she has some contacts still out there. She's good at following a chain of command, but also at knowing when to step out of the bounds of the chain as well. In addition, physical fitness and firearms skills were taught to her and are something she has kept up over the years due to the fact that her stint in the Reserves is over. She holds a retired military ID card (allowing her access to the military bases around the country if she wants it along with VA benefits), and a civilian passport.


One of the things that Megan did in her time in the service was learn several languages of the region she was stationed in. She has a smattering of German from working in Rhein Main AB at the beginning of the Iraq conflict, and she also knows Arabic and Turkish with a fair degree of fluency after six years in and out of theater, along with a good bit of Farsi. In addition, she made a point to learn Spanish so as to be able to deal with the Hispanic population of New York City, and expanded her smattering of Farsi and Pashtu to deal with the Muslim immigrants.

Covert and Guerrilla Tactics

Over several years of working with the Ferrymen, Megan has gotten pretty good at the covert operations mindset. She varies her routes, watches to see if she's been followed, etc. In addition, she learned from 2011 through the Second Civil War a number guerrilla warfare tactics that she put to good use helping the remnants of the Ferry continue its work smuggling people — most especially children — out of the line of fire whenever necessary. In truth, during those years, she was probably more of a soldier than she had ever been allowed to be during her years in the military.

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