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Species: Vulcan
Gender: female
Affiliation: Federation
Occupation: crewmember
Assignment: engineer, USS Enterprise-E
Insignia: Uniform sleeve.

T'Eama was a female Vulcan in Starfleet in the 24th century. As of 2379, she held the rank of Lieutenant, and served as an engineer aboard the USS Enterprise-E. (TNG novel: A Time for War, A Time for Peace) That year, she was part of the Piper team under the command of Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge which was sent to Tezwa's Mount Ranakar to destroy the nadion-pulse cannon firebase located there. She was later part of the investigation into seized contraband shipments intended to make it seem that the nadion-pulse cannons had been built by the Tholians. (TNG novel: A Time to Kill)

Later that year, when the Enterprise underwent an inspection tour, T'Eama was interviewed by Sabin Genestra in the security office on deck four, the only interview conducted outside the observation lounge. (TNG novel: A Time for War, A Time for Peace)

By 2381, Lieutenant T'Eama had transferred to the USS Musgrave, where she served as second officer, and second in command of that vessel's Starfleet Corps of Engineers team. (ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

It seems most probable that T'Eama's transfer took place following the events of Star Trek Nemesis, in late 2379.
USS Enterprise NCC-1701-E engineering personnel
chief engineer M. ScottG. La Forge Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
other engineering personnel Achen • H. Adislo • R. BarclayM. BarnesChellR. DanilovaDeCandidoI. EigerGallivanJ. GoodnoughM. GranadosHeatonL'SenLinderMobeMorelloNewaurM. ObrechtRaoP. PorterPorterSakrystaScholzE. SpitaleTaurikT'EamaK. TierneyVeldonWathiongoWolfe
see also: Senior staff • Engineering • Flight Control • Medical and Counseling • Operations • Science • Security • Misc. • Unnamed

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