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* {{dis|Harris|Section 31}}
 
* {{dis|Harris|Section 31}}
 
* ''[[Thomas Harewood]]'' ([[alternate reality]])
 
* ''[[Thomas Harewood]]'' ([[alternate reality]])
* ''{{alt|Khan Noonien Singh|John Harrison}}'' (alternate reality)
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* ''[[John Harrison]]'' (alternate reality)
 
* [[Koval]] (double agent)
 
* [[Koval]] (double agent)
 
* [[Leland]]
 
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* [[Malcolm Reed]]
 
* [[Malcolm Reed]]
 
* [[Luther Sloan]]
 
* [[Luther Sloan]]
* [[Ash Tyler (Klingon)|Ash Tyler]]
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* Furthermore, Admiral William Ross was known to sympathize with Section 31 to the point of willingly turning a blind eye to their activities. ({{DS9|Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges}})
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* Furthermore, Admiral [[William Ross]] was known to sympathize with Section 31 to the point of willingly turning a blind eye to their activities. ({{DS9|Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges}})
   
 
{{bginfo|In the [[novels|novel]] ''[[The Good That Men Do]]'', [[Charles Tucker III]] also becomes a Section 31 agent.|Starfleet Intelligence Fleet Admiral [[Erik Pressman]] was a member of Section 31 in the short story "Orphans".|According to the ''[[Star Trek: Section 31]]'' novels, Fleet Admiral [[Cartwright]], [[Cortan Zweller]], and eventually [[Sarina Douglas]] were members of Section 31. According to the ''Star Trek: Section 31'' novel "[[Rogue]]", Admiral [[Matthew Dougherty]] was also a member of the organization.}}
 
{{bginfo|In the [[novels|novel]] ''[[The Good That Men Do]]'', [[Charles Tucker III]] also becomes a Section 31 agent.|Starfleet Intelligence Fleet Admiral [[Erik Pressman]] was a member of Section 31 in the short story "Orphans".|According to the ''[[Star Trek: Section 31]]'' novels, Fleet Admiral [[Cartwright]], [[Cortan Zweller]], and eventually [[Sarina Douglas]] were members of Section 31. According to the ''Star Trek: Section 31'' novel "[[Rogue]]", Admiral [[Matthew Dougherty]] was also a member of the organization.}}
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=== ''Discovery'' crewman {{anchor|Discovery 001}}===
 
=== ''Discovery'' crewman {{anchor|Discovery 001}}===
 
[[File:Black Badge 2256.png|thumb|150px|A black insignia wearing crew member]]
 
[[File:Black Badge 2256.png|thumb|150px|A black insignia wearing crew member]]
This member of the {{USS|Discovery}} crew wore tactical gear with a black [[Starfleet insignia]] instead of the usual [[division]] colored insignia, which was noted as unusual by {{dis|Stone|23rd century}}. ({{DIS|Context Is for Kings}})
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This member of the {{USS|Discovery}} crew wore tactical gear with a black [[Starfleet insignia]] instead of the usual [[division]] colored insignia, which was noted as unusual by {{{dis|Stone|convict}}. ({{DIS|Context Is for Kings}})
 
{{bginfo|This officer was played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
 
{{bginfo|This officer was played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
 
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Revision as of 21:51, February 20, 2019

Multiple realities
(covers information from several alternate timelines)

Members of Section 31.

Named

In the novel The Good That Men Do, Charles Tucker III also becomes a Section 31 agent.
Starfleet Intelligence Fleet Admiral Erik Pressman was a member of Section 31 in the short story "Orphans".
According to the Star Trek: Section 31 novels, Fleet Admiral Cartwright, Cortan Zweller, and eventually Sarina Douglas were members of Section 31. According to the Star Trek: Section 31 novel "Rogue", Admiral Matthew Dougherty was also a member of the organization.

Unnamed

23rd century

Discovery crewman

File:Black Badge 2256.png

This member of the USS Discovery crew wore tactical gear with a black Starfleet insignia instead of the usual division colored insignia, which was noted as unusual by {Stone. (DIS: "Context Is for Kings")

This officer was played by an unknown performer.


Alternate reality

Kelvin Memorial Archive personnel

USS Vengeance personnel

24th century

Operatives

Section 31 operatives, Inquisition

Two Section 31 operatives

These operatives accompanied Luther Sloan, an officer from Starfleet Department of Internal Affairs, when he arrived at Deep Space 9 and accused Dr. Julian Bashir of being a Dominion spy. (DS9: "Inquisition")

One of the operatives was played by Shawn Pereira. His uniform was later worn by Eric Pierpoint as operative Harris.


Morphogenic virus plot conspirators

According to Bashir, at least seventy-three computer experts, doctors, security officers, admirals and clerks were involved with the plot to infect Odo with the morphogenic virus. (DS9: "Extreme Measures")

These characters were only mentioned in dialogue.

See also

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