(covers information from several alternate timelines)
Later, he was among the crewmembers who were transported aboard the Caretaker's array and witnessed the holographic farm folk trying to deviate the Voyager crew. When Captain Janeway received a hail from Tom Paris without any further word, Nozawa was among the crewmembers who followed Janeway into a barn. In the barn the holographic farm folk threatened the crewmembers and revealed the medical tech chamber of the Caretaker where everyone was placed on a bed and probed. (VOY: "Caretaker")
Nozawa was part of the security detail sent to transporter room 3 when the two Vidiians Dereth and Motura were beamed aboard Voyager. He escorted them to sickbay where he was scanned by their bio-probe to find an applicable lung for Neelix. (VOY: "Phage")
He visited the mess hall when Voyager received a distress call from a Sikarian starship. Later, he was among the crewmembers who visited the plaza on Sikaris and talked to a female Sikarian. When Seska, B'Elanna Torres, and Joe Carey discussed violating the Prime Directive and captain's order in the mess hall, Nozawa passed their table. (VOY: "Prime Factors")
Nozawa took a drink from a replicator, when Tuvok and the Maquis crewmembers Chell, Kenneth Dalby, Henley, and Gerron passed the mess hall during their run through the ship. He smiled when Chell took the water of a fellow crewmember. He remained in the mess hall and was sitting on a couch when Neelix talked to Tuvok about the flexibility of the Vulcan. He also passed the two when the were standing in front of the counter. (VOY: "Learning Curve")
He visited the mess hall when Kes brought a spawn beetle who was hiding in the salad she got from the airponics bay. He was talking to a sciences officer until she left and later had a seat at the table behind Neelix when the Talaxian talked to Tuvok about being a parent. (VOY: "Elogium")
Later that year, Nozawa was surprised to have Lieutenant Torres suddenly walking in on him in his quarters while he was undressed, this was a result of her walking in the wrong door because the ship's hull was being distorted in an inversion field. (VOY: "Twisted")
In 2372, he served as the transporter chief in Transporter Room 2 when Voyager prepared to return Automated Personnel Unit 3947 to his mothership. When 3947 took it upon himself to abduct B'Elanna Torres, the APU shocked both Torres and then Nozawa with a chromodynamic energy discharge, stunning them both. (VOY: "Prototype")
Nozawa later assisted Torres when she beamed aboard a core sample from a rogue comet. He was in the transporter room when the resulting sample was found instead to be a man, who was in reality a Q who had been imprisoned within. (VOY: "Death Wish")
Nozawa was featured in the holodeck program Insurrection Alpha as one of the officers who remained loyal to Captain Janeway that resisted Chakotay's mutiny. Nozawa was shot on Deck 2 when Chatokay and the individual playing the first person role searched the ship for any remaining resistance. (VOY: "Worst Case Scenario")
He was working in main engineering when Torres, Chakotay, and Janeway inspected the data sent from one of their probes. Later, he was carrying boxes through a corridor when the crew prepared to enter Borg space. (VOY: "Scorpion")
He was injured again in 2374 when a console exploded as the result of a thermionic discharge while he transported deuterium. He also let himself be copied with the rest of the crew by the Silver Blood. (VOY: "Demon")
In 2377, he was brainwashed by the Quarren after they irradiated Voyager and forced the evacuation of its crew. He, along with most of the rest of the crew spent approximately three weeks in the largest city on Quarra, their memories were altered and they were unaware that they had been kidnapped. On Quarra he worked in a power distribution plant and his employee number was 8582. (VOY: "Workforce", "Workforce, Part II")
Appearances and references
- "Caretaker" (Season 1)
- "The Cloud"
- "Ex Post Facto"
- "Prime Factors"
- "Learning Curve"
- "Elogium" (Season 2)
- "Non Sequitur"
- "Cold Fire"
- "Death Wish"
- "Basics, Part I"
- "Basics, Part II"
- "Remember" (Season 3)
- "The Swarm"
- "Favorite Son"
- "Before and After"
- "Distant Origin"
- "Worst Case Scenario"
- "Year of Hell" (Season 4)
- "Latent Image" (Season 5)
- "Workforce" (Season 7)
- "Workforce, Part II"