Numerous log entries were made in the first officer's personal log for the USS Enterprise-D. They were recorded by Commander William T. Riker while serving as first officer. (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Enterprise)
- "First Officer's Personal Log, Stardate 41724.2. An unexpected discovery made by Commander Data in the downloaded log of the Stargazer appears to indicate Captain Picard was guilty of falsifying the report he made to Starfleet concerning the Stargazer's last voyage."
- "First Officer's Personal Log: I have been aboard the Pagh a short time, but am impressed with the Klingons' abilities and single-mindedness."
- "First Officer's Personal Log, Stardate 47457.1. With the unexpected arrival of Admiral Pressman, my old C.O., I find myself in an awkward position. Counselor Troi has suggested I might get a few insights by calling up a historic holo-program."
|Logs of the USS Enterprise-D|
|Ship's log • Military log|
|Captain's logs: 2364 • 2365 • 2366 • 2367 • 2368 • 2369 • 2370 • 2371|
|Department logs: Bridge officer's log • Chief engineer's log • First officer's log • Medical log/Medical officer's log • Second officer's log/Science log|
|Personal logs: Captain's personal log • First officer's personal log • Second officer's personal log • Beverly Crusher • Daniel Kwan • Geordi La Forge • Jean-Luc Picard • William T. Riker • Deanna Troi • Worf|
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