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'''Dick D'Angelo''' was a member of [[Starfleet]] in the [[24th century]].
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'''Dick D'Angelo''' was a a [[24th century]] [[Starfleet]] [[officer]]
   
 
In [[2353]], D'Angelo was listed on a directory placard as having an office in room 75274 on [[Starbase 32]]. ({{TNG|Violations}})
 
In [[2353]], D'Angelo was listed on a directory placard as having an office in room 75274 on [[Starbase 32]]. ({{TNG|Violations}})
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[[Lieutenant]] D'Angelo was assigned to the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701-D|-D}} in [[2367]]. He was an ops engineer for the third shift [[antimatter]] operations unit. He was listed on a [[Engineering]] Division Duty Roster as being on duty. ({{TNG|Suddenly Human|Legacy}})
   
 
He also was listed as a [[Starfleet Tactical]] official on the [[dedication plaque]] of the {{USS|Pasteur}}. ({{TNG|All Good Things...}})
 
He also was listed as a [[Starfleet Tactical]] official on the [[dedication plaque]] of the {{USS|Pasteur}}. ({{TNG|All Good Things...}})
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Furthermore, his name appeared in the {{USS|Voyager}} [[crew manifest]], retrieved from the computer in [[2371]]. ({{VOY|Projections}})
 
Furthermore, his name appeared in the {{USS|Voyager}} [[crew manifest]], retrieved from the computer in [[2371]]. ({{VOY|Projections}})
   
{{bginfo|D'Angelo was named for art department member [[Dick D'Angelo]].}}
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In an alternate future, D'Angelo was listed as a [[Starfleet Tactical]] official on the [[dedication plaque]] of the {{USS|Pasteur}}. ({{TNG|All Good Things...}})
   
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{{bginfo|The roster was seen in the ready room of [[Captain]] [[Jean-Luc Picard]]. The [[Okudagram]] was readable in the remastered version of the episode.|D'Angelo was named for art department member [[Dick D'Angelo]].}}
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[[Category:USS Voyager personnel|DAngelo, Dick]]
 
[[Category:USS Voyager personnel|DAngelo, Dick]]
 
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Revision as of 07:05, February 18, 2014

Dick D'Angelo was a a 24th century Starfleet officer

In 2353, D'Angelo was listed on a directory placard as having an office in room 75274 on Starbase 32. (TNG: "Violations")

Lieutenant D'Angelo was assigned to the USS Enterprise-D in 2367. He was an ops engineer for the third shift antimatter operations unit. He was listed on a Engineering Division Duty Roster as being on duty. (TNG: "Suddenly Human", "Legacy")

He also was listed as a Starfleet Tactical official on the dedication plaque of the USS Pasteur. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

Furthermore, his name appeared in the USS Voyager crew manifest, retrieved from the computer in 2371. (VOY: "Projections")

In an alternate future, D'Angelo was listed as a Starfleet Tactical official on the dedication plaque of the USS Pasteur. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

The roster was seen in the ready room of Captain Jean-Luc Picard. The Okudagram was readable in the remastered version of the episode.
D'Angelo was named for art department member Dick D'Angelo.
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