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In [[2293]], Yeomans Burke and [[Samno]] were stationed in the [[transporter room]] during the initial meeting with [[Klingon]] [[Chancellor]] [[Gorkon]] and his party. Burke announced their arrival with the [[boatswain's whistle]], and would later make racial comments about them behind their back.
 
In [[2293]], Yeomans Burke and [[Samno]] were stationed in the [[transporter room]] during the initial meeting with [[Klingon]] [[Chancellor]] [[Gorkon]] and his party. Burke announced their arrival with the [[boatswain's whistle]], and would later make racial comments about them behind their back.
   
Following the departure of the [[Klingon High Council|Klingon contingent]], Gorkon's flagship, the [[battle cruiser]] {{IKS|Kronos One}}, was attacked by a [[cloaking device|cloaked]] [[Klingon Bird-of-Prey|Bird-of-Prey]] in an attempt to stop the Gorkon peace initiative. Once the attack disabled the [[artificial gravity]], Burke and Samno beamed over to the ''Kronos One'' and assassinated Gorkon and several members of his crew and staff.
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Following the departure of the [[Klingon High Council|Klingon contingent]], Gorkon's flagship, the [[battle cruiser]] {{IKS|Kronos One}}, was attacked by a [[cloaking device|cloaked]] [[Klingon Bird-of-Prey|Bird-of-Prey]] in an attempt to stop the Gorkon peace initiative. Once the attack disabled the [[artificial gravity]], Burke and [[Samno]] beamed over to the ''Kronos One'' and assassinated Gorkon and several members of his crew and staff.
   
 
Burke was later killed by [[Valeris]], another [[Khitomer Conspiracy|conspirator]], to avoid implicating more senior [[Starfleet]] officials involved in the conspiracy. He died with Samno, of a [[phaser]] blast, set to stun, but fired at close range to his skull. ({{film|6}})
 
Burke was later killed by [[Valeris]], another [[Khitomer Conspiracy|conspirator]], to avoid implicating more senior [[Starfleet]] officials involved in the conspiracy. He died with Samno, of a [[phaser]] blast, set to stun, but fired at close range to his skull. ({{film|6}})
 
{{bginfo|Burke was played by stuntman [[B.J. Davis]].}}
 
{{bginfo|Burke was played by stuntman [[B.J. Davis]].}}
   
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Burke (Yeoman)

Yeoman Burke, a Human male

Yeoman Burke was a non-commissioned officer who served aboard the USS Enterprise-A, under Captain James T. Kirk in the late-23rd century.

In 2293, Yeomans Burke and Samno were stationed in the transporter room during the initial meeting with Klingon Chancellor Gorkon and his party. Burke announced their arrival with the boatswain's whistle, and would later make racial comments about them behind their back.

Following the departure of the Klingon contingent, Gorkon's flagship, the battle cruiser IKS Kronos One, was attacked by a cloaked Bird-of-Prey in an attempt to stop the Gorkon peace initiative. Once the attack disabled the artificial gravity, Burke and Samno beamed over to the Kronos One and assassinated Gorkon and several members of his crew and staff.

Burke was later killed by Valeris, another conspirator, to avoid implicating more senior Starfleet officials involved in the conspiracy. He died with Samno, of a phaser blast, set to stun, but fired at close range to his skull. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

Burke was played by stuntman B.J. Davis.
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