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List of unnamed Starfleet personnel.


Unnamed personnel by starship assignment


USS Brazzaville

Distress call image.

A command division officer in the crew of the USS Brazzaville. This officer took responsibility for the bridge of the ship after the death of the rest of the senior staff during a battle with the Chakuun at Theta Kalyb in 2255.

His last actions were to transmit a frantic distress call, detailing the death of the captain of the ship and the loss of deflector shields. The call was received by the other Starfleet vessels in the Federation fleet that had joined the battle. Unfortunately, Brazzaville was destroyed before any such rescue attempt could be enacted. (EV comic: "The Fallen")

USS Constitution (NCC-1700)

Relief navigator (2257)

This relief navigator relieved Lieutenant junior grade Gary Mitchell on the USS Constitution's bridge when his duty shift came to an end. (TOS - My Brother's Keeper novel: Constitution)

USS Farragut (NCC-1647)

Slain crewmen (2257)

Following an attack on the USS Farragut by a dikironium cloud creature in 2257, Lieutenant James T. Kirk discovered seven or eight dead crewmen from various divisions lying on the same deck as his friend, security officer Piniella. (TOS - My Brother's Keeper novel: Constitution)

Operations division crewmen (2257)

These two operations division crewmen (one male, one female) survived the dikironium cloud creatures attack on the Farragut in 2257. During the attack, the male crewmen was working in the forward phaser station. They came across Lieutenant Kirk attempting to gain access to a turbolift and assisted him in removing the bodies of Hasegawa and Ojibwe before traveling with him to the bridge. Upon reaching the bridge, the female crewman assumed the communications station whilst the male crewman took over the engineering station. (TOS - My Brother's Keeper novel: Constitution)

USS Potemkin (NCC-1657)

Potemkin commanding officer

This officer served as commanding officer aboard the USS Potemkin in the early 2260s at the same time that Lieutenant Lee Kelso was posted aboard.

In 2263, whilst reviewing potential candidates for postings aboard the USS Enterprise prior to him assuming command, Captain James T. Kirk read Kelso's file and noticed that this officer had noted that Kelso didn't have a future as an officer in Starfleet. As Kirk had met the officer some years earlier at cocktail party, Kirk contacted him and asked why he had made the notation. The officer replied that it was because Kelso had cared too much, and his desire to check every last detail would get him killed one day. (TOS - My Brother's Keeper novel: Constitution)

USS Stargazer (NCC-2893)

Stargazer transporter chief

This transporter chief beamed captain Jean-Luc Picard over from the USS Stargazer to meet with the Gorn in 2345. (TNG novel: Requiem)

USS Yorktown (NCC-2033)

Yorktown second officer

The second officer of the USS Yorktown. Yorktown had to divert away from its course just ten hours away from Starbase 18, to meet a destroyer (unnamed Federation starships) that had just left that same starbase. The diversion was necessary because the Yorktown had accidentally picked up the destroyer's second officer, Lieutenant Commander William T. Riker. When the destroyer's Second Officer Riker realized that he was aboard the wrong vessel, he had to report to his counterpart aboard the Yorktown. A few years later, Riker would succeed this officer as the new Yorktown second officer. (TNG novel: Ghost Ship)

Unnamed personnel by starbase assignment

Starbase 1

Second officer

Stabase 1's second officer was present aboard the starbase when it was attacked by the Breen and ordered the emergency lighting on after main power was knocked out. (TNG short story: "Eleven Hours Out")

Communications officer

Starbase 1's communications officer tried to raise Starfleet Command after the Breen attack, but was unable to due to jamming. (TNG short story: "Eleven Hours Out")

Starbase 13

Starbase 13 personnel busy with repairs
A member of starbase 13's crew in a tattered uniform

In 2254 Commodore Hal Wyeth was so engrossed in commanding his personnel in repairs following a recent attack by the Marrat brigand that he didn't notice when a landing party from the USS Enterprise materialised nearby; a female member of his crew pointed it out to him.

A short time later members of the Enterprise landing party passed a man in tattered uniform who was conducting repairs with a device that emitted a red beam, as they made their way to set up a triage center. (EV comic: "The Fires of Pharos")

The repair personnel wore standard pale-colored operations division jumpsuits as might be expected, but with assignment patch insignia that were usually omitted from Starfleet jumpsuits in lieu of embroidery. The jumpsuits also unusually had blue undershirts, as opposed to matching undershirts that would be common in the EV era or black undershirts that would become common in the TOS era.
Pharos engineers
Two of the Pharos engineers

In 2254 a team of at least four engineers from Starbase 13 working at Project Pharos were held prisoner by Klingons from the IKS Varchas when they boarded Pharos. The lack of communication from the engineering teams alerted Starbase 13, which dispatched the USS Enterprise to investigate. A landing party from the Enterprise was sent to Pharos and, after discovering the Klingon presence, eliminated them and freed the engineers. (EV comic: "The Fires of Pharos")

Starbase 33

Transporter operator

This transporter operator was on duty in the transporter room of Starbase 33 in late 2265, and transported Captain James T. Kirk to the station from the USS Enterprise for a debriefing with Admiral Saylor. (TOS - My Brother's Keeper novel: Constitution)

Other 23rd century personnel

2251 spacedock personnel

Starfleet personnel in spacedock in 2251

In 2251 a male and female in Starfleet jumpsuits were in a spacedock facility, standing near an Andorian when Captains Robert April and Christopher Pike walked by on the way to the USS Enterprise, where Pike was to board as April's replacement as captain. (EV comic: "Flesh of My Flesh")

2250s Academy instructor

Operations captain showing a laser pistol.

When James T. Kirk attended Starfleet Academy in the 2250s, an operations division captain served as an instructor, showing students the structure of a laser pistol. (TOS comic: "Starfleet Academy!")

Red captain uniform sleeve.
The uniform and rank of this officer was unusual in a couple of ways. Operations division officers in the 2240s and 2250s generally wore beige uniforms rather than the red uniforms of later uniform styles. This officer however wore a red shirt. The sleeve insignia of two solid and one broken stripe was adopted as a captain insignia in the 2260s, but was not the norm in the 2250s. In addition, operations division officers were rarely shown with ranks higher than commander. In fact, the only other operations division captain shown in canon Star Trek was Scotty.

2268 board of inquiry

In 2268 a Starfleet board of inquiry was held to investigate Captain James T. Kirk's actions on Angrena and determine if his release of Commander Kring and his crew was a violation of Starfleet Directive 072. The board consisted of four officers, led by a balding male commodore, along with other senior officers, one of which was male, and another female. (TOS - Uchu comic: "Art of War")

Other 24th century personnel

Female vice admiral

A vice admiral.

In 2369, a female vice admiral relayed orders from an Efrosian official working for the Federation President. The vice admiral, who had concerns about the orders hefself, did not invite further discussion from Commander Benjamin Sisko when she instructed him to receive Gul Trelar as a guest aboard Deep Space 9. (DS9 comic: "Old Wounds")

VADM insignia.

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