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Personnel present at Starfleet's Communications Research Center, many of which were associated with the Pathfinder Project.

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Admirals 1 Edit

These two vice admirals accompanied Admiral Owen Paris to Commander Pete Harkins' presentation of the MIDAS array in 2376. (VOY: "Pathfinder")

The uniform worn by Adolphus Hankins was previously worn by Anthony Zerbe as Matthew Dougherty in Star Trek: Insurrection. [1] [2]

Admirals 2 Edit

These admirals, one of which was a vice admiral, joined Admiral Owen Paris in overseeing the Pathfinder Project at Starfleet's Communications Research Center in 2378 when Borg sphere 634 suddenly emerged from a transwarp aperture less than a light year from Earth. He and the others watched as the sphere was abruptly destroyed by the USS Voyager which had also returned through the aperture. He and the others welcomed the Voyager crew home soon after. (VOY: "Endgame")

The first admiral with the speaking role was played by regular background actor and stand-in Richard Sarstedt in his only speaking and credited role throughout his Star Trek career. He was listed in the end credits as 'Star Fleet Admiral'.
The other two admirals were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearances.

Field trip class Edit

These children toured the research lab of the Pathfinder Project in 2377, with Commander Pete Harkins showing them around. According to their teacher, they had been studying some of the Delta Quadrant species that USS Voyager had transmitted information on. These included the Talaxians and the Ocampa, the examples two of them gave when asked by Harkins.

Before they could give any other answers, Reginald Barclay interrupted their tour to suggest to Harkins other ways that a hologram of himself could have disappeared. Harkins then dismissed the students into the keeping of an ensign so that he could have a private word with Barclay. (VOY: "Inside Man")

Four children and the teacher were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Security guard Edit

Pathfinder security officer

A Human security officer

This security guard was under the command of Pete Harkins. He ordered the guard to arrest Reginald Barclay whom he had ordered to stay away from the Midas Array because Barclay had become obsessed with contacting Voyager. The guard was told to stun Barclay if he had to. The guard was stopped by Barclay when he ran into a holoprogram of Voyager and erected a force field around the guard. (VOY: "Pathfinder")

The security guard was played by Victor Bevine.


Technician Edit

Pathfinder command technician

A Pathfinder Technician

This technician interrupted Admiral Owen Paris as he was about to arrest Reginald Barclay for disobeying orders to stay away from the MIDAS array. Barclay was trying to contact Voyager which Starfleet believed was not possible. The technician then informed the admiral that they were receiving a transmission from Voyager. (VOY: "Pathfinder")

The Pathfinder Technician was played by Mark Daniel Cade.


Technicians 1 Edit

These technicians worked on the Pathfinder Project at Starfleet Command in 2376 and witnessed Reginald Barclay's try to convince Admiral Paris about his way to contact Voyager. (VOY: "Pathfinder")

Technicians 2 Edit

These four technicians were assigned to the Pathfinder Project in 2378. They worked in the mission room of the Starfleet Communications Research Center in 2378 when the Voyager returned home and defeated the Borg. (VOY: "Endgame")

All four officers were played by background performers, who received no credit for their appearance. The costume worn by Lucy Rizo was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3]
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