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| image = Chandra (Captain).jpg
 
| image = Chandra (Captain).jpg
| imagecap = Captain Nensi Chandra
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| imagecap = Captain Chandra
| gender = Male
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| gender = [[Male]]
 
| species = [[Human]]
 
| species = [[Human]]
| affiliation = [[Starfleet]]
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| affiliation = [[Federation]] [[Starfleet]]
| rank = [[Captain]]
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| rank = {{dis|Captain|rank}}
| status = Alive
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| status = Active
 
| datestatus = 2267
 
| datestatus = 2267
 
| actor = [[Reginald Lal Singh]]
 
| actor = [[Reginald Lal Singh]]
 
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[[Captain]] '''Nensi Chandra''' was a male [[Human]] [[Starfleet]] [[officer]] in the [[23rd century]].
 
   
In [[2267]], he was drinking a [[beverage|drink]] and sharing an appetizer with Captain {{dis|Lindstrom|Captain}} in the [[M-11 Starbase Club]]. Later, Chandra served on the board conducting the general [[court martial]] of a fellow captain, [[James T. Kirk]], when he was accused of perjury and culpable negligence in the apparent death of [[Lieutenant Commander]] [[Benjamin Finney]]. ({{TOS|Court Martial}})
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{{dis|Captain|rank}} '''Chandra''' was a [[male]] [[Human]] [[Starfleet]] [[officer]] who lived during the mid-[[23rd century]].
   
{{bginfo|Chandra was played by actor [[Reginald Lal Singh]].|His first name was seen in the 2009 film {{film|11}}. [[Nensi Chandra (alternate reality)|This Chandra]] also sat in judgement of {{alt|James T. Kirk}}, serving on the [[Starfleet Academy|Academy]] board meeting in regards to Kirk's cheating on the [[Kobayashi Maru scenario]].}}
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In [[2267]], he visited [[Starbase 11]] where he was drinking a [[beverage]] and sharing an [[appetizer]] with Captain {{dis|Lindstrom|Captain}} in the [[M-11 Starbase Club]].
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Later, Chandra served on the board conducting the general [[court martial]] of a fellow captain, [[James T. Kirk]], when he was accused of [[perjury]] and [[culpable negligence]] in the apparent [[death]] of [[Lieutenant Commander]] [[Benjamin Finney]]. ({{TOS|Court Martial}})
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== Appendices ==
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=== Background information ===
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Chandra was played by actor [[Reginald Lal Singh]].
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In the final draft and the revised final draft of the script for "Court Martial", Chandra was described in script notes as "an East [[Indian]]", and in dialogue as a "Space Command Representative". As it turned out, the reference to "Space Command Representative" was later given to {{dis|Lindstrom|Captain}}, instead.
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Chandra was merely referred to as "Board Officer" in the end credits of "Court Martial", despite being named in the episode's dialogue.
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=== External links ===
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* {{startrek.com|captain-chandra}}
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* {{Mbeta}}
   
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Latest revision as of 19:47, January 10, 2019

Captain Chandra was a male Human Starfleet officer who lived during the mid-23rd century.

In 2267, he visited Starbase 11 where he was drinking a beverage and sharing an appetizer with Captain Lindstrom in the M-11 Starbase Club.

Later, Chandra served on the board conducting the general court martial of a fellow captain, James T. Kirk, when he was accused of perjury and culpable negligence in the apparent death of Lieutenant Commander Benjamin Finney. (TOS: "Court Martial")

Appendices Edit

Background information Edit

Chandra was played by actor Reginald Lal Singh.

In the final draft and the revised final draft of the script for "Court Martial", Chandra was described in script notes as "an East Indian", and in dialogue as a "Space Command Representative". As it turned out, the reference to "Space Command Representative" was later given to Lindstrom, instead.

Chandra was merely referred to as "Board Officer" in the end credits of "Court Martial", despite being named in the episode's dialogue.

External links Edit

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