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The Second Order was a military unit within the Cardassian Union.

In 2323 after first contact came between the Cardassian's and the Bajoran people, the Cardassians offered to deploy a squadron from the Second Order to help protect Bajor's assets from aggressive powers within the region. (TLE novel: Day of the Vipers)

By 2371, Gul Skrain Dukat had become the head of the Second Order during the Occupation of Bajor. (DS9 novels: The Maquis, Part 1, The Defiant)

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The Cardassian Second Order was a military unit in the Cardassian Guard.

The Second Order was known as the Cairhail Prethok ("Eagle Order"). It gained much prestige during the Federation-Cardassian War, which made it the most influential Order in the period after the war and prior to the Dominion War. (The Dominion War Sourcebook: The Fires of Armageddon)

Under Gul Dukat, this Order played a prominent role in the Occupation of Bajor. (DS9: "The Maquis, Part 1", DS9: "Defiant")

Cardassian Orders
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First OrderSecond OrderThird OrderFourth OrderFifth OrderSixth OrderSeventh OrderEighth OrderNinth OrderTenth OrderEleventh OrderTwelfth OrderThirteenth OrderFifteenth OrderSeventeenth OrderNineteenth OrderTwenty-Third OrderTwenty-Fourth OrderObsidian Order
Unofficial: Thirteenth Order

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