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- 1 Air tram station
- 2 Board of inquiry
- 3 Court martial board
- 4 "Genius"
- 5 Lucero's commanding officer
- 6 Morrow's aide
- 7 Officers' lounge
- 8 Praxis briefing
- 9 Starfleet Command
- 10 Senior officials
Air tram station
These Starfleet personnel were present at the air tram station for Starfleet Headquarters in the 2270s, when Rear Admiral James Kirk arrived to the complex and met Lieutenant Commander Sonak. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
Board of inquiry
Court martial board
These three flag officers, two males and a female, presided over the court martial of Commander Michael Burnham in 2256. The lead male officer served as the judge who presented the charges to Burnham, and asked her how she pleaded. Following her admission of guilt, he gave her the opportunity to speak to her own defense before the trio rules that Burnham was to be stripped of rank and sentenced to imprisonment for life. (DIS: "Battle at the Binary Stars")
This individual assigned Captain James T. Kirk a female yeoman, much to his dismay. After the yeoman, Janice Rand, continued to "hover" over Kirk by bringing him a dietary salad as per Doctor Leonard McCoy's orders on Kirk's diet card, he expressed his desire to locate this "genius" and do something to them. (TOS: "The Corbomite Maneuver")
Lucero's commanding officer
Captain Lynne Lucero's commanding officer at Starfleet received several "anonymous" messages the night after Edward Larkin was reassigned to climatology aboard the USS Cabot during the mid-23rd century. In the messages to Lucero's commanding officer, Lecero was said to be bad at her job, that she should be replaced immediately, and that she was "dumb". She was informed of the complaints the following day and confronted Larkin on the matter. (ST: "The Trouble with Edward")
This civilian man was present at the officers' lounge, conversing with two Starfleet officers when Admiral Kirk and Fleet Admiral Morrow had a conversation there in 2285. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)
Officers in lounge
In 2293, this Starfleet flag officer attended the briefing about the Klingon moon Praxis. She apparently was familiar with the commander-in-chief, addressing him as Bill. She asked him if they intended to mothball Starfleet. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)
Briefing flag officers
The senior staff of the USS Enterprise were also in attendance of this briefing. Before it became, the confused Captain James T. Kirk wondered what they were doing there, while Doctor Leonard McCoy thought maybe Starfleet was throwing them a retirement party, while Pavel Chekov thought that the presence in such a venue was "just for top brass." (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)
Briefing flag officer and adviser
She later joined Fleet Admirals Bill and Cartwright in viewing the show trial from the Federation president's office in Paris, France. Also present were Ambassador Sarek, Henry and a second civilian adviser. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)
Briefing flag officers and Khitomer attendees
That year, he served as the communications officer at Starfleet Headquarters when the planet came under the influence of an alien Whale Probe. During the event, he reported that the rapidly changing weather conditions on Earth, moments before Fleet Admiral Cartwright issued a planet-wide red alert. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)
That year, he served as the display officer at Starfleet Headquarters when the planet came under the influence of an alien Whale Probe. During the event, he reported that the rapidly changing weather conditions on Earth, moments before Fleet Admiral Cartwright issued a planet-wide red alert. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)
These individuals held high level positions at Starfleet Command in 2294.
In that year, these senior officials reported the USS Jenolan as officially missing. Speaking on condition of anonymity, as they were not authorized to speak on the record, they reported that a search for the transport had found no debris and that "no natural or unnatural signs of conventional weapons or known destructive phenomena were detected."
These 'four technicians worked at Starfleet Command in 2286 when the Whale Probe arrived at Earth. They tried to stabilize the windows but failed. One of the windows exploded due to the rain and stormy weather. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)