As Admiral Adama reads Kara Thrace's personnel file, the second disciplinary notices reads:
COLONIAL FORCES TRAINING COMMAND
0890-987897 SUBJECT: PRIVATE KARA THRACE, PILOT TRAINER
Private Kara Thrace continues to display a negative attitude in her training requirements. Despite good to excellent scores for both small arms and rifle drills, we request that the Private be denied all leave and be confined to quarters until the next cycle of training.
Further we request that the officer in command remind Private Thrace that she is to obey orders when they are delivered, salute superior officers, and display the proper amount of respect to all of her superior officers.
This includes Sergeant Mike Gibbons, who is the noncommissioned officer who initiated this complaint.
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It should be noted that Thrace is referred to as a private in this document. In the first disciplinary notice, she is also referred to as a corporal and a lieutenant.