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'''Unnamed {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} [[Starfleet personnel|personnel]]''':
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The following is a list of '''[[unnamed Starfleet personnel|unnamed]] [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) personnel|USS ''Enterprise'' (NCC-1701) personnel]]''':
   
= Command personnel =
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{{see-list|USS Enterprise unnamed cmd 000||Unnamed USS ''Enterprise'' (NCC-1701) command personnel}}
*''See [[Unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) command personnel|command personnel]].''
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{{see-list|USS Enterprise unnamed ops 000||Unnamed USS ''Enterprise'' (NCC-1701) operations personnel}}
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{{see-list|USS Enterprise unnamed sci 000||Unnamed USS ''Enterprise'' (NCC-1701) sciences personnel}}
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Individuals who served in multiple or unknown divisions are listed below.
   
= Operations personnel =
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== 2250s - mid 2260s ==
*''See [[Unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) operations personnel|operations personnel]].''
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=== Rigel VII casualties {{anchor|Casualties 001}}===
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Among the casualties in a battle on [[Rigel VII]] in 2254 were '''seven injured and three dead, including Pike's personal [[yeoman]]'''. Of the seven injured including {{dis|Fisher|Technician}} and [[Jose Tyler]]. Pike's yeoman was a [[male]] who was later replaced by Yeoman [[J.M. Colt]]. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
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{{bginfo|The ''[[Star Trek: Early Voyages]]'' comic ''[[Our Dearest Blood]]'' numbers [[Spock]] among the injured, along with {{mb|Nano}} and {{mb|Sita Mohindas}}.|The yeoman was only mentioned in dialogue and was given the name {{mb|Dermot Leon Cusack|Dermot Cusack}} in the ''[[Star Trek: Early Voyages]]'' comic series. In the novel ''[[Where Sea Meets Sky]]'', he was called Leon.}}
   
= Sciences personnel =
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=== Bridge guard #1 {{anchor|Bridge guard 1}}===
*''See [[Unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) sciences personnel|sciences personnel]].''
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[[File:USS Enterprise operations security, 2254.jpg|thumb|150px|Crewman]]
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This '''crewman''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' for over a decade, serving under both Captains Pike and Kirk.
   
= Unknown or multiple divisions =
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He stood to the right of the [[captain's chair]] as the ''Enterprise'' received the [[distress call]] from the {{SS|Columbia}} in [[2254]]. During the encounter with the [[radio]] wave, he carried the [[paper]] print out of the report from [[CPO]] [[Garison]] from the [[communications station]] to {{Captain}} [[Christopher Pike]], who turned down reviewing the report. When Pike decided to continue on to Vega and left the bridge, this crewman shrugged at the crewman posted at the [[turbolift]] door.
== 2250s ==
 
=== Bridge guard ===
 
[[File:Enterprise crewman 2, The Cage.jpg|thumb|150px|A crewman with the clipboard]]
 
A '''crewman''' stood next to Pike's chair, and shrugged at the crewperson next to the [[turbolift]] door when Pike ordered a continued course for Vega in [[2254]]. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
 
   
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He was later dismissed by Pike at 0500 after [[Yeoman]] [[J.M. Colt|Colt]] entered the bridge while the ship was ''en route'' to [[Talos IV]].
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He had returned to the bridge and was present when the [[Talosian]]s disabled the ship in [[orbit]], after haven taken Pike, Colt, and [[Una]] captive. He was conversing with the crewman posted at the [[turbolift]] door when the Talosians accessed the ship's [[library computer]], at which point he ran over to the [[engineering station]].
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Following the return of Pike and crew, he took Una's [[jacket]] and [[utility belt]] from her as she entered the bridge. In the moments that followed, he returned to the captain's side with a [[clipboard]] as the ship departed Talos. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
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This same crewman continued serving aboard the ''Enterprise'' after Captain Kirk took command. He was on the bridge when the ship encountered the [[galactic barrier]] in [[2265]]. ({{TOS|Where No Man Has Gone Before}})
 
This same crewman continued serving aboard the ''Enterprise'' after Captain Kirk took command. He was on the bridge when the ship encountered the [[galactic barrier]] in [[2265]]. ({{TOS|Where No Man Has Gone Before}})
   
 
He was in a corridor wearing a tan uniform during the red alert for the [[M-113 creature]] when the ship was orbiting planet [[M-113]] in 2266. ({{TOS|The Man Trap}})
 
He was in a corridor wearing a tan uniform during the red alert for the [[M-113 creature]] when the ship was orbiting planet [[M-113]] in 2266. ({{TOS|The Man Trap}})
   
He was in a corridor wearing a tan uniform during the vessels confrontation with [[Balok]] in [[2266]]. ({{TOS|The Corbomite Maneuver}})
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A recording of his experience aboard the ''Enterprise'' under Captain Pike during the original visit to Talos IV, from thirteen years prior, was transmitted from that planet during [[Spock]]'s fictional [[court martial]] aboard the same ship in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|The Menagerie, Part I|The Menagerie, Part II}})
   
{{bginfo|[[File:CageNewBadgeSymbol.jpg|thumb|left|150px|Cage "Security" Division Insignia Patch]]|This crewperson was played by an [[unknown actor]].|This crewperson apparently served in the capacity of security as he was the only other crewperson to wear the unique [[Starfleet uniform (2250s-2260s)#Assignment patches|division insignia]] as the crewperson stationed by the elevator (as seen depicted by operations personnel throughout TOS in this location), suggesting a security team. Apparently this crewperson remained for Kirk's command, even though the scenes where he appeared in" The Man Trap" and "The Corbomite Maneuver" was stock footage from the pilot episodes (as evidenced by his older-style uniform).{{clear}}}}
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{{bginfo|[[File:USS Enterprise operations security badge, 2254.jpg|thumb|left|150px|"Security" Division Insignia Patch]]|This crewperson was played by an [[unknown actor]].|In this crewman's initial appearance, he apparently served in the capacity of [[security]] as he was the only other crewperson observed wearing the [[Starfleet uniform (2250s-2260s)#Assignment patches|division insignia]], same as the crewman stationed by the elevator. In spite of these observations, his actions when summarized most resembled that of a yeoman's role, in that he was often held a clipboard, delivered documents to the captain, was dismissed upon the arrival of Colt, and took articles from the command crew as they entered the bridge from the elevator.}}
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=== Crewman ===
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=== Bridge guard #2 {{anchor|Turbolift guard 1}}===
A '''crewman''' exiting the bridge in [[2254]]. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
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[[File:USS Enterprise operations security 2, 2254.jpg|thumb|150px|Security guard]]
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This '''crewman''' stood to the left of the [[turbolift]] door when the ''Enterprise'' received the [[distress call]] from the {{SS|Columbia}} in [[2254]]. When Captain Pike decided to continue on to Vega colony and left the bridge, he exchanged shrugs with the crewman posted next to Pike's command chair.
   
=== Turbolift guard ===
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He was still present on the bridge when the Talosians disabled the ship in orbit, after haven taken Pike, Colt and Una captive. He was conversing with the crewman posted at Pike's command chair when the Talosians accessed the ship's library computer, at which point he ran over to the communications station. Following the return of Pike and crew, he took a [[hand laser]] from [[CPO]] [[Garison]] as he entered the bridge. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
[[File:CageSecurity.jpg|thumb|150px|A crewman posted by the bridge entrance (right)]]
 
A '''crewman''' stood next to the turbolift doors on the bridge, and occasionally interacted with the crewperson stationed next to Pike's chair [[2254]]. He likewise wore the only other unique division insignia patch as the crewperson stationed next to Pike. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
 
   
{{bginfo|This crewperson was played by an [[unknown actor]].|Apparently this crewperson served in the capacity of security (as seen depicted by operations personnel throughout TOS occupying this location) and was the only other crewperson to wear the unique badge insignia suggesting a security team. He was named Valdini in the novel [[The Rift]] by Peter David and he was one of many officers that perished on Argus X in 2268.}}
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Footage of his experience aboard the ''Enterprise'' under Captain Pike during the original visit to Talos IV, from 13 years prior, was transmitted from that planet during [[Spock]]'s fictional [[court martial]] aboard the same ship in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|The Menagerie, Part I|The Menagerie, Part II}})
   
=== Crew members in civilian wear ===
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{{bginfo|This crewperson was played by an [[unknown actor]].|This crewperson appeared to serve in the capacity of security (as seen depicted by operations personnel throughout TOS occupying this location). He was the only other crewman, aside from the man next to the captain's chair, to be visually verified as wearing the unique badge insignia (an arrowhead with a "C"-shape), also later worn by [[Leslie]] in {{e|Where No Man Has Gone Before}} during his role as a security guard.|He was named Valdini in the novel ''[[The Rift]]'' and was one of many officers that perished on [[Argus X]] in [[2268]].}}
[[File:Crewmembers civilian wear.jpg|thumb|150px|Crewmembers in civilian wear]]
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These two '''crewmembers''' were seen by Captain Pike on a corridor in 2254. They were wearing civilian outfits. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
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=== Crewmembers in civvies {{anchor|Civilian crewmembers}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise crewmembers civilian wear, 2254.jpg|thumb|150px|Crewmembers in civvies]]
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These two '''crewmembers''', wearing [[civvies]], were passed by Captain Pike in a [[corridor]] near his [[quarters]] in 2254. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
   
 
{{bginfo|In the second revised final draft script of "The Cage", these crewmembers are referred to as "''a casually dressed Young Man and Young Lady intent on each other, obviously headed for a ship's recreation area.''"|They were played by [[unknown performer]]s.|}}
 
{{bginfo|In the second revised final draft script of "The Cage", these crewmembers are referred to as "''a casually dressed Young Man and Young Lady intent on each other, obviously headed for a ship's recreation area.''"|They were played by [[unknown performer]]s.|}}
 
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=== Transporter guard ===
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=== Crewmembers {{anchor|Crewmembers 001}}===
[[File:Transporter room guard, 2250s.jpg|thumb|150px|Guard outside the transporter room]]
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These '''crewmembers''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' under Pike's command in 2254. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
This '''officer''' guard stood outside the [[transporter room]] as a [[landing party]] made final preparations before attempting to beam down to Talos IV. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
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File:USS Enterprise female technician 1.jpg|Forward most port station on bridge<br>''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise female crewman 1.jpg|Crossing from left to right in hallway near Pike's cabin<br>''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise blue shirt officer 1.jpg|Passing through briefing room near Pike's cabin<br>''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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File:USS Enterprise blue shirt officer 2.jpg|Crossing from right to left in hallway near Pike's cabin<br>''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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=== Transporter guard {{anchor|Transporter guard 1}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise operations security 3, 2254.jpg|thumb|150px|Guard outside the transporter room]]
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This '''officer''', wearing a heavy [[jacket]], stood guard outside the [[transporter room]] as a [[landing party]] made final preparations before attempting to beam down to Talos IV. He remained there throughout the return of Pike and company from the planet's surface. ({{TOS|The Cage}})
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{{bginfo|This guard was portrayed by an [[unknown actor]].|This officer's jacket was adorned with a white stripe, an indicator worn by both [[chief petty officer|chief petty]] and [[commissioned officer]]s.}}
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== 2260s - Early 2270s ==
 
== 2260s - Early 2270s ==
=== Crewman #1 ===
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=== Galactic barrier casualties {{anchor|Casualties 002}} ===
[[File:Command crewman the man trap.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and operations division crewman]]
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These '''nine crewmembers''' were killed when the ''Enterprise'' made contact with the [[galactic barrier]] in [[2265]]. Their [[Autopsy|autopsies]] showed that a section of their [[brain]]s were burned out. ({{TOS|Where No Man Has Gone Before}})
This crewman was present in a corridor when the ''Enterprise'' encountered [[Balok's cube]] in [[2266]]. ({{TOS|The Corbomite Maneuver}})
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{{bginfo|{{omid|crewmen|9}}}}
   
He was also present in a corridor when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[M-113]], later the same year. ({{TOS|The Man Trap}})
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=== Crewman #1 {{anchor|Crewman 1}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise dual crewman 1, 2265.jpg|USS Enterprise dual crewman 1, 2266.jpg|As a command division crewman|...and as a sciences division technician}}
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This '''crewman''', serving in the [[command division]], was on the bridge of the ''Enterprise'' in [[2265]] when [[Lieutenant]] [[Lee Kelso|Kelso]] called the [[briefing lounge]] to report the status on locating the {{SS|Valiant}}'s [[disaster recorder]]. This crewman was later in the [[corridor]].
   
He was also present in a corridor after the [[Romulan Neutral Zone]] incident, still the same year (wearing a red operations division uniform). ({{TOS|Balance of Terror}})
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Following the ''Enterprise''{{'}}s crippling encounter with the [[galactic barrier]], he was assigned to the [[repair party]] consisting of the [[engineering staff]] that assisted Kelso on [[Delta Vega]] in regenerating the [[warp drive|main engines]] aboard the ''Enterprise''. His role was to help safely bypass [[Delta-Vega Station|the mining station's]] [[fuel bin]]s which involved rearranging a number of cables in the [[control room]]. Following the success of repair, he returned to the ship with a [[toolbox]], where after, Kirk noted him a [[commendation]] for his work in the [[captain's log]]. ({{TOS|Where No Man Has Gone Before}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actor]]. He can also be seen in {{e|What Are Little Girls Made Of?}} via stock footage from {{e|The Man Trap}}.}}
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He later transferred and became a [[sciences division]] [[technician]] where he was a member of the away team surveying planet [[Alfa 177]] in [[2266]]. When the ship's transporter malfunctioned, he was stranded on the surface along with [[Hikaru Sulu|Sulu]], [[Leslie]], and a [[USS Enterprise sciences technician 1|third sciences technician]]. ({{TOS|The Enemy Within}})
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=== Crewman #2 ===
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{{bginfo|The crewman was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
[[File:Technician and crewwoman.jpg|150px|thumb|As a medical technician (left)]]
 
[[File:Redshirt conscience.jpg|thumb|150px|As a security guard]]
 
This crewman served in both the [[Sciences division|sciences]] and [[operations division]]s.
 
   
This crewman was present in [[sickbay]] when Captain Kirk made a shipwide announcement, during the [[Romulan Neutral Zone]] incident in [[2266]]. ({{TOS|Balance of Terror}})
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=== Crewman #2 {{anchor|Crewman 3}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise crewman 3.jpg|thumb|150px|As a transporter assistant]]
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This '''technician''', while assigned to the [[command division]], was present in a corridor when [[Harry Mudd]] and his "cargo" of [[Mudd's women|three women]] visited the ship in [[2266]]. ({{TOS|Mudd's Women}})
   
He was also present on the bridge, when the ''Enterprise'' discovered [[Roger Korby]] living on [[Exo III]]. He was accompanied by a female command division crewmember. ({{TOS|What Are Little Girls Made Of?}})
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He later worked in the [[operations division]] as a transporter crewman, by loading the transporter pad then assisting [[Lieutenant]] [[Berkley]], when the ''Enterprise'' was making an exchange of material from [[Tantalus V]] in which Dr. [[Simon Van Gelder]] was later discovered. He was knocked unconscious while he was recording notes from the transporter system and had his operations division jumpsuit stolen by Van Gelder. ({{TOS|Dagger of the Mind}})
   
This crewman was present in the [[recreation room]], listening to [[Nyota Uhura|Uhura]]'s performance of ''[[Beyond Antares]]'' in 2266. Later, he was a member of the audience at the [[Karidian Company of Players]]' performance of ''[[Hamlet]]''. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}})
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{{bginfo|The crewman was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
   
In [[2267]], he was among the three security guards who escorted [[Khan Noonien Singh]] for his trial in the ''Enterprise''{{'}}s briefing room. Earlier, he was present in [[main engineering]], when [[Khan Noonien Singh]] took over control of the ''Enterprise'', and held at gunpoint by an [[augment]] guard. ({{TOS|Space Seed}})
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=== Crewman #3 {{anchor|Crewman 13}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crewman 13, command.jpg|USS Enterprise crewman 13, sciences tech.jpg|As command division crewman|...and as a sciences division technician}}
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This '''crewman''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' during the late [[2260s]]. He was seemingly unhappy with his positions aboard the ''Enterprise'', having transferred departments at a regular frequency.
   
The same year, he was present on the bridge during the [[Klingon]]-[[Federation]] conflict near [[Organia]]. ({{TOS|Errand of Mercy}})
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In [[2266]], he was assigned to the command division, when he passed [[Magda Kovacs]] in the [[corridor]], where he gave her a grin. He later passed Captain Kirk's [[cabin]] as [[Ben Childress]] and [[Herm Gossett]] were entering it. ({{TOS|Mudd's Women}})
   
In 2268, he was in a corridor, when Kirk announced the arrival of [[Medusan]] [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]] and emptied the ship's corridors. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
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Later that year, he was doing maintenance work with a sciences technician on a corridor, where he was passed by the [[M-113 creature]] posing as [[Crewman]] {{dis|Green|Crewman}}. He was wearing a beige technician jumpsuit at that time. ({{TOS|The Man Trap}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
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Later again that same year, after he had transferred to the sciences division, and while on his way to his duty assignment, he and [[Bobby]] were encountered on level two, [[corridor]] three by a [[rapier]]-wielding [[Lieutenant]] [[Hikaru Sulu|Sulu]], who was under the influence of the [[Psi 2000 virus]] declared "''[[Richelieu]], beware!''" Sulu eventually called the two "cowards" after they ran back the way they came. Their incident was later reported to the bridge. ({{TOS|The Naked Time}})
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{{bginfo|Both men Sulu confronted were identified in the script as "crewmen".}}
   
=== Crewman #3 ===
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Still in the sciences division, he was serving on the bridge, when the ''Enterprise'' received a [[distress call]] from the [[Romulan Neutral Zone]], still the same year. ({{TOS|Balance of Terror}})
[[File:Command crewman is there.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and operations division crewman]]
 
This crewman was present on the bridge in [[2268]], when the ''Enterprise'' left the planet [[Elas]]. ({{TOS|Elaan of Troyius}})
 
   
He was walking in a corridor, when [[Kara (Eymorg)|Kara]] transported herself to the ''Enterprise'' and sedated the entire crew, the same year. ({{TOS|Spock's Brain}})
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He once again transferred back to the command division one last time, and was later present in [[recreation room|Recreation Room 6]] when [[Charles Evans]] visited the ''Enterprise''. ({{TOS|Charlie X}}) He was again present in the recreation room when [[Lazarus]] visited the ''Enterprise''. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
   
He was also present in a corridor when Captain Kirk announced the presence of [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]] on board, and ordered the corridors to be emptied, the same year. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
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{{bginfo|The crewman was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
   
The same year, he was present (wearing a red operations uniform) at Kirk's [[memorial]], when the captain was presumed dead on board the USS ''Defiant''. ({{TOS|The Tholian Web}})
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=== Crewman #4 {{anchor|Crew woman 1}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crew woman 1, command.jpg|USS Enterprise crew woman 1, sciences.jpg|In a command division uniform|...and a sciences division uniform}}
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This '''crew woman''' was present in the [[recreation room]], when [[Charles Evans]] visited the ''Enterprise'' in [[2266]]. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
   
Still the same year, he was serving as a [[security guard]] (wearing an operations division red uniform), escorting [[Kang]] and his [[Klingon]] crew to the [[mess hall|crew lounge]] from the transporter room. ({{TOS|Day of the Dove}})
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The same year, she was listening to [[Nyota Uhura|Uhura]]'s performance of "[[Beyond Antares]]" in the recreation room. Later, she was present in the audience, when the [[Karidian Company of Players]] performed ''[[Hamlet]]''. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actor]]. He can be also seen in {{e|The Way to Eden}} when Dr. [[Sevrin]] and his followers hijacked the Enterprise via recycled footage from "Spock's Brain".}}
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In [[2267]], she was present on the bridge during the shuttlecraft search and after the ''Enterprise'' left [[Taurus II]]. ({{TOS|The Galileo Seven}})
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=== Crewman #4 ===
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The same year, wearing a sciences division uniform, she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' encountered the planet [[Gothos]]. ({{TOS|The Squire of Gothos}})
[[File:James Drake, The Way to Eden.jpg|150px|thumb|Serving as a medical technician]]
 
[[File:James Drake, Turnabout Intruder.jpg|thumb|150px|Serving as a security guard]]
 
This crewman served in both the [[Sciences division|sciences]] and [[operations division]]s.
 
   
This crewman was present when [[Doctor|Dr.]] [[Sevrin]] was examined in sickbay in [[2269]]. ({{TOS|The Way to Eden}})
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Still the same year, she delivered some equipment to the bridge following the discovery of [[Lazarus]] on the surface of an [[iron-silica planet 001|iron-silica planet]]. She was present in the recreation room, when [[Lazarus]] visited the ''Enterprise'', the same year. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
   
He was called upon to arrest [[Spock]] (with another security guard) by [[Janice Lester]] whose body was possessed by Captain [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]] in 2269. ({{TOS|Turnabout Intruder}})
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After returning to the command division, she would be present in the recreation room when [[Nyota Uhura|Uhura]] introduced her newly found pets, the [[tribble]]s, to her crewmates in [[2268]]. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}})
{{bginfo|''Played by [[James Drake]].}}
 
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=== Crewman #5 ===
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{{bginfo|This crew woman was played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
[[File:Security guard dagger of the mind 1.jpg|thumb|150px|A security guard]]
 
:This crewman was on the ''Enterprise'' when the insane [[Simon Van Gelder]] got aboard the vessel from [[Tantalus V]] in [[2266]]. Van Gelder knocked him unconscious while he was patroling on a corridor. Later, he escorted Spock to the [[Tantalus colony]]. ({{TOS|Dagger of the Mind}})
 
   
:Earlier the same year, he was present in a corridor, when the ''Enterprise'' encountered [[Balok's cube]] ( this time he was wearing a blue sciences uniform). ({{TOS|The Corbomite Maneuver}})
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=== Crewman #5 {{anchor|Crew woman 4}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crew woman 4, command.jpg|USS Enterprise crew woman 4, sciences.jpg|Command division|Sciences division}}
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This '''crew woman''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' during the late [[2260s]].
   
:In 2267, he was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' discovered the SS ''Botany Bay'' floating in space (this time he was wearing a gold command uniform and lieutenant stripes). ({{TOS|Space Seed}})
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In [[2266]], while serving in the [[command division]], was present in a [[corridor]] and in [[recreation room|Recreation Room 6]] when [[Charles Evans]] visited the ''Enterprise''. She stood over Charlie's shoulder as he performed [[card trick]]s for [[Janice Rand]]. She later served as a relief for [[Nyota Uhura|Uhura]] at the [[communications station]] after the station short circuited and injured Uhura. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
   
:In 2268, he was among the honor guard, greeting Ambassador Sarek on the ''Enterprise''. He later guarded the corridor where the [[Tellarite]] Ambassador was murdered. ({{TOS|Journey to Babel}})
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Later that year, she attended the aborted [[wedding]] of [[Angela Martine]] and [[Robert Tomlinson]], sitting in the front row next to [[Brent]]. ({{TOS|Balance of Terror}})
   
:{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
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She was later present on the [[bridge]] when the ''Enterprise'' discovered {{dis|Roger Korby|android}} on [[Exo III]]. She and a [[USS Enterprise crewman 8|sciences crewman]] shared in [[Christine Chapel]]'s joy after contact was made with her [[fiancée]]. She was later walking in the [[corridor]], passing by [[Spock]] when he visited Kirk's [[quarters]]. ({{TOS|What Are Little Girls Made Of?}})
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=== Crewman #6 ===
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In [[2267]], after transferring to the [[sciences division]], she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' surveyed the [[Murasaki 312]] [[quasar]]. She manned the communications station, while [[Uhura]] was scanning the [[Taurean system]] at the science station. ({{TOS|The Galileo Seven}})
[[File:Wedding redshirt.jpg|thumb|150px|An operations division crewman]]
 
This '''crewman''' was present at the aborted [[wedding]] of [[Robert Tomlinson]] and [[Angela Martine]] in 2266. ({{TOS|Balance of Terror}})
 
   
He manned the engineering station on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' left [[Starbase 11]] in 2267. ({{TOS|Court Martial}})
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In [[2268]], she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' searched for [[Spock]]'s missing [[brain]], leading them to the [[Sigma Draconis system]]. ({{TOS|Spock's Brain}})
   
He was on the bridge, handing over a report to Captain Kirk during the ''<nowiki>Enterprise'</nowiki>''s visit to [[M-113]], this time wearing a gold command division uniform. ({{TOS|The Man Trap}})
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{{bginfo|The crew woman was played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
   
He sat at the [[helm]] (again in gold command division uniform) when the ship visited [[Exo III]] the same year. ({{TOS|What Are Little Girls Made Of?}})
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=== Crewmen #6 &ndash; 8 {{anchors|Crew women in gymnasium|Crewmen in gymnasium}}===
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During [[Charles Evans]]' visit in [[2266]], these two '''crew women''', along with third [[USS Enterprise command officer 1|off-duty officer]], were performing [[gymnastics]] in the ship's [[gymnasium]].
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
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Nearby, two other '''crewmen''' were sparring with each other using [[pugil stick]]s. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
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=== Crewman #7 ===
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[[File:Sciences naked time.jpg|thumb|150px|Sciences crewman]]
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File:USS Enterprise gymnast 2.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
This crewman was present in the [[recreation room]] when [[Lieutenant]] [[Joe Tormolen]] committed suicide, under the influence of the [[Psi 2000 virus]] in [[2266]]. A few hours earlier he handed over a report to Captain Kirk on the bridge. ({{TOS|The Naked Time}})
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File:USS Enterprise gymnast 3.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise crewmen in gymnasium.jpg|''Played by [[unknown actor]]s''
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He was also present in the recreation room (albeit wearing a gold command division uniform), when [[Charles Evans]] visited the ''Enterprise'' the same year. He later sat at the helm when the [[Thasian]] vessel approached the ship. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
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=== Crewman #9 {{anchor|Crewman 12}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crewman 12, helmsman.jpg|USS Enterprise crewman 12, engineer.jpg|Operating the helm|Working in engineering}}
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This '''crewman''' served as a command division [[helmsman]] aboard the ''Enterprise'' in [[2266]]. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
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[[2268|Two years later]], he served as an operations division [[assistant engineer|assistant]] to [[Chief Engineer]] [[Montgomery Scott|Scott]] in [[main engineering]], when the ''Enterprise'' tried to divert an [[asteroid]] from hitting the planet [[Amerind]]. ({{TOS|The Paradise Syndrome}})
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{{bginfo|This crewman was played by actor [[John Lindesmith]]. He only received credit for his second appearance and was credited as "Engineer".}}
   
=== Crewman #8 ===
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=== Crewman #10 {{anchor|Crewman 8}}===
[[File:Security guard is there in truth no beauty.jpg|150px|thumb|A security guard]]
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crewman 8, sciences.jpg|File:USS Enterprise crewman 8, operations.jpg|Sciences division|Operations division}}
This security guard fought against [[Spock]], when he had gone mad by looking at [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]], without a [[visor]], in [[2268]]. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
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This '''crewman''' served in both the sciences and operations divisions.
   
Earlier the same year, he was present in the [[tribble]]-infected recreation room, when Kirk and Spock visited it, to have lunch. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}}, {{DS9|Trials and Tribble-ations}})
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He was present in [[sickbay]], wearing a standard issue sciences uniform, when Captain Kirk made a ship-wide announcement, during the [[Romulan Neutral Zone]] incident in [[2266]]. A short time later, while wearing an engineering jumpsuit, he was in the [[corridor]] near the [[briefing room]] when the ''Enterprise'' approached the [[comet]] [[Icarus IV]]. Following the conclusion of the engagement with the [[Romulan]]s, again wearing a sciences uniform, he walked past the ship's [[chapel]] where Kirk was comforting [[Angela Martine]]. ({{TOS|Balance of Terror}})
   
Still the same year, he was present at Kirk's [[memorial]] service, when the Captain was presumed lost on the USS ''Defiant''. He was wearing a gold command uniform that time. ({{TOS|The Tholian Web}})
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Later that year, he was present on the [[bridge]] when the ''Enterprise'' discovered {{dis|Roger Korby|android}} on [[Exo III]]. He and a [[USS Enterprise crew woman 5|command crew woman]] shared in the happiness felt by [[Christine Chapel]] when contact was made with her [[fiancée]]. ({{TOS|What Are Little Girls Made Of?}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown performer]]. The same actor appeared as a security guard killed by [[Nomad]] in {{e|The Changeling}}, but since that character is deceased, this must be a different security guard.}}
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This crewman was present in the [[recreation room]], listening to [[Nyota Uhura|Uhura]]'s performance of "[[Beyond Antares]]" in 2266. Later, he was a member of the audience at the [[Karidian Company of Players]]' performance of ''[[Hamlet]]''. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}})
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=== Crewmen in gymnasium ===
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In [[2267]], he was among the three security guards who escorted [[Khan Noonien Singh]] for his [[trial]] in the ''Enterprise''{{'}}s [[briefing room]]. Earlier, he was present in [[main engineering]], when Khan took over control of the ''Enterprise'', and held at gunpoint by an [[augment]] guard. ({{TOS|Space Seed}})
[[File:Gymnasium Charlie X.jpg|thumb|150px|Sparring crewmen]]
 
These two '''crewmembers''' were sparring with each other in the ship's [[gymnasium]], during [[Charles Evans]]' visit in [[2266]]. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
 
   
{{bginfo|The two crewmembers were played by [[unknown actor]]s.}}
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The same year, he was present on the bridge during the {{dis|Federation-Klingon War|2267}} that broke out near [[Organia]]. ({{TOS|Errand of Mercy}})
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=== Crew woman #1 ===
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In [[2268]], he was in a corridor, when Kirk announced the arrival of [[Medusan]] [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]] and emptied the ship's corridors. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
[[File:Command woman recroom charlie 2.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and sciences division crew woman]]
 
This crew woman was present in the [[recreation room]], when [[Charles Evans]] visited the ''Enterprise'' in [[2266]]. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
 
   
The same year, she was listening to [[Nyota Uhura|Uhura]]'s performance of ''[[Beyond Antares]]'' in the recreation room. Later, she was present in the audience, when the [[Karidian Company of Players]] performed ''[[Hamlet]]''. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}})
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{{bginfo|This crewman was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
   
In [[2267]], she was present on the bridge during the shuttlecraft search and after the ''Enterprise'' left [[Taurus II]]. ({{TOS|The Galileo Seven}})
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=== Crewman #11 {{anchor|Crewman 14}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crew woman 14, sciences.jpg|USS Enterprise crew woman 14, operations.jpg|Sciences division uniform|Operations division uniform}}
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This '''crew woman''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' in [[2266]] and [[2267]].
   
She was present in the recreation room (albeit wearing a blue sciences uniform), when [[Lazarus]] visited the ''Enterprise'', the same year. She was also present on the bridge sometime earlier. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
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In late-2266, she served in the sciences division, and was present among the audience when the [[Karidian Company of Players]] performed ''[[Hamlet]]'' on board the ''Enterprise''. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}})
   
She was also present (again in command uniform) in the recreation room when [[Nyota Uhura|Uhura]] introduced her newly found pets, the [[tribble]]s to her crewmates in [[2268]]. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}})
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She was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' encountered the planet [[Gothos]], in 2267. ({{TOS|The Squire of Gothos}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
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She later joined [[Charlene Masters]] for sub-par [[coffee]] in the ship's recreation lounge during the [[Lazarus]]/{{dis|Lazarus|antimatter|anti-Lazarus}} encounter, the same year. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
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=== Crew woman #2 ===
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Later the same year, she deserted the ship to join the [[Omicron colony]] while under the influence of the [[pod plant]]s' [[spore]]s. ({{TOS|This Side of Paradise}})
[[File:Command woman the trouble with tribbles 2.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and sciences division crew woman]]
 
This crew woman was also present in the [[recreation room]] when [[Lazarus]] visited the ''Enterprise'' in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
 
   
She was present in a corridor soon before the android [[Norman]] hijacked the ship in [[2268]]. ({{TOS|I, Mudd}})
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In [[2267]], while serving in the [[operations division]], she was stationed on the [[bridge]] during the ''Enterprise''{{'}}s visit to [[Janus VI]]. ({{TOS|The Devil in the Dark}})
   
The same year, she was present in a corridor when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Deep Space Station K-7]]. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}})
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The same year, she took the tape reader Kirk used to decode the directive tape notifying the ''Enterprise'' to suspect a surprise attack, a prelude to the {{dis|Federation-Klingon War|2267}} that broke out near [[Organia]]. She was later on the bridge as the ''Enterprise'' departed Organia. ({{TOS|Errand of Mercy}})
   
The same year, she was present in a corridor when the ''Enterprise'' encountered the [[Dikironium cloud creature]]. (She was wearing a blue sciences uniform.) ({{TOS|Obsession}})
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Still the same year, she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Deneva]] and encountered a suicidal [[Denevan ship]]. ({{TOS|Operation -- Annihilate!}})
   
She was present at Captain Kirk's [[memorial]] service, when he was presumed dead on the USS ''Defiant'', still the same year. ({{TOS|The Tholian Web}})
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{{bginfo|The crew woman was played by [[Carey Foster]].}}
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
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=== Crewman #12 {{anchor|Crew woman 6}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crew woman 6, operations.jpg|USS Enterprise operations crew woman 10.jpg|An operations division crew woman|Treated in sickbay}}
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In [[2266]], this '''crew woman''', wearing a sciences division uniform, was present in a corridor when [[Lenore Karidian]] planted a bomb in Captain Kirk's quarters. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}})
   
=== Crew woman #3 ===
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She was later present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' discovered the {{SS|Botany Bay}} in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|Space Seed}})
[[File:Command woman this side of paradise.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and operations division crew woman]]
 
This crew woman was infected by the spores of [[Omicron Ceti III]] and transported down to join the colony on the planet in [[2267]]. After she recovered, she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' left the planet. ({{TOS|This Side of Paradise}})
 
   
Later the same year, she was present on the bridge during the [[Klingon]]-[[Federation]] conflict near [[Organia]] (wearing a red operations uniform). ({{TOS|Errand of Mercy}})
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Transferring to the operations division, she was in a corridor when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Gamma Hydra IV]], later the same year. ({{TOS|The Deadly Years}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
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She was affected by the energy being drained away from the ship and crew, and were treated in sickbay, when the ''Enterprise'' encountered a giant single cell lifeform in [[2268]]. ({{TOS|The Immunity Syndrome}})
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{{bginfo|This crew woman was played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
   
=== Crew woman #4 ===
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=== Crewman #13 {{anchor|Crew woman 2}}===
[[File:Command woman is there 2.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and sciences division crew woman]]
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[[File:USS Enterprise crew woman 2, command.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and sciences division crew woman]]
This crew woman was present on the bridge in [[2267]], during the ''Enterprise''{{'}}s visit to [[Pyris VII]]. ({{TOS|Catspaw}})
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This '''crew woman''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' in [[2267]] and [[2268]].
   
She was also on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' found the destroyed USS ''Constellation'', the same year and later she was on the bridge when Spock signed a report after encountering the [[Planet Killer]]. She was wearing a blue sciences uniform that time. ({{TOS|The Doomsday Machine}})
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In 2267, she served in the command division when she entered the [[recreation room]] as [[Lieutenant]] [[Charlene Masters]] was leaving. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
   
She was also present in a corridor in [[2268]], when Captain Kirk ordered corridors to be emptied, after the arrival of [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]] on board. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
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The following year, she passed by McCoy and Spock as McCoy discussed his odd feelings about the ship's new crewman, [[Lieutenant]] [[Norman]]. ({{TOS|I, Mudd}})
   
She was also present at Kirk's [[memorial]] service when the Captain was presumed dead aboard the USS ''Defiant'' later that same year. ({{TOS|The Tholian Web}})
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The same year, she was present in a corridor during [[red alert]], when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Deep Space Station K-7]]. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
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{{bginfo|This crew woman was played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
 
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=== Crew woman #5 ===
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=== Crewman #14 {{anchor|Crew woman 3}}===
[[File:Yeoman deadly years.jpg|thumb|150px|A female yeoman]]
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[[File:USS Enterprise crew woman 3, command.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and operations division crew woman]]
This crew woman was present on the hearing assembled by [[Commodore]] [[Stocker]] to determine if Captain Kirk, suffering from rapid aging, was capable of commanding the ''Enterprise''. She served as recorder on the hearing, in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|The Deadly Years}})
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This '''crew woman''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' in [[2267]]. She was infected by the [[Omicron spore|spores]] of [[Omicron Ceti III]] and transported down to join [[Omicron colony|the colony]] on the [[planet]]. After she recovered, she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' left the planet. ({{TOS|This Side of Paradise}})
   
Earlier the same year, she deserted the ship and left for the [[Omicron Ceti III]] colony under the influence of the pod plant spores. ({{TOS|This Side of Paradise}})
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Later the same year, she wore an operations division uniform when she was present on the bridge during the {{dis|Federation-Klingon War|2267}} that broke-out near [[Organia]]. ({{TOS|Errand of Mercy}})
   
In [[2268]], she was present in the briefing room when [[Nyota Uhura|Uhura]] introduced [[tribble]]s to her crewmates. She was wearing a blue sciences uniform that time. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}})
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{{bginfo|This crew woman was played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
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=== Crewman #15 {{anchor|Crew woman 5}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise crew woman 5, operations.jpg|thumb|150px|A female yeoman]]
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This '''crew woman''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' during the late-[[2260s]].
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In [[2267]], she was among the crew that deserted the ship at the [[Omicron colony]] while under the influence of the [[pod plant]]s' [[spore]]s. ({{TOS|This Side of Paradise}})
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Later that year, while serving in the [[operations division]], she was present on the hearing assembled by [[Commodore]] [[Stocker]] to determine if Captain Kirk, suffering from rapid aging, was capable of commanding the ''Enterprise''. She served as [[court recorder]] at the hearing. ({{TOS|The Deadly Years}})
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In [[2268]], while serving in the [[sciences division]], she was present in the [[briefing room]] when [[Nyota Uhura|Uhura]] introduced [[tribble]]s to her crewmates. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}})
   
 
In [[2269]], she was among the audience when [[Doctor]] [[Sevrin]]'s followers performed a jam session on the ship. ({{TOS|The Way to Eden}})
 
In [[2269]], she was among the audience when [[Doctor]] [[Sevrin]]'s followers performed a jam session on the ship. ({{TOS|The Way to Eden}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actress]]. She also appeared in a [[deleted scene]] in {{e|I, Mudd}}, wearing a gold command uniform. ''[http://www.startrekhistory.com/DS7.html]}}
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{{bginfo|This crew woman was played by an [[unknown actress]]. She also appeared in a [[deleted scene]] in {{e|I, Mudd}}, wearing a gold command uniform. ''{{el|startrekhistory.com/DS7.html}}''}}
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=== Crew woman #6 ===
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=== Crewman #16 {{anchor|Crewman 10}} ===
[[File:Operations woman deadly years 2.jpg|thumb|150px|An operations division crew woman]]
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This '''crewman''' was on board the USS ''Enterprise'' in [[2267]] when the crew came under the influence of the [[pod plant]]s' [[spore]]s in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|This Side of Paradise}})
This ''crew woman'' was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' discovered the SS ''Botany Bay'', in 2267. ({{TOS|Space Seed}})
 
   
She was also in a corridor when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Gamma Hydra IV]], later the same year. ({{TOS|The Deadly Years}})
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{{bginfo|This crewman was played by [[Fred Shue]].}}
   
Earlier, in 2266, she was present in a corridor when [[Lenore Karidian]] planted a bomb in Captain Kirk's quarters. She was wearing a blue sciences uniform that time. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}})
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=== Crewman #17 {{anchor|Crew woman 9}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise crew woman 9, command.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and sciences division crew woman]]
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This '''crew woman''' was present in a corridor in [[2268]], when Captain Kirk ordered corridors to be emptied, after the arrival of [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]] on board. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
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{{bginfo|This crew woman was played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
 
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=== Crew women in gymnasium ===
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=== Crewman #18 {{anchor|Female crewmember 1}}===
[[File:Starfleet female athletic wear, 2266.jpg|thumb|150px|Crew women practicing athletics]]
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A '''female crewmember''' was responsible for an explosion which threw [[Lieutenant Commander]] [[Montgomery Scott]] against a [[bulkhead]] in [[2267]]. [[Doctor]] [[Leonard McCoy]] opined that the incident might ultimately cause him to resent women altogether and recommended a [[medical leave]] on [[Argelius II]] as a remedy, as it would help him to associate women with a pleasurable experience again. ({{TOS|Wolf in the Fold}})
These '''crewwomen''' were practicing athletics in the ship's [[gymnasium]], during Charles Evans' visit in 2266. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
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{{bginfo|{{omid}}}}
   
{{bginfo|Played by [[unknown actress]]es.}}
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=== Crewman #19 {{anchor|Crewman 22}} ===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crewman 22, sciences.jpg|USS Enterprise crewman 22, operations.jpg|As a sciences crewman|...and an engineer}}
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This '''crewman''' served in both the sciences and operations divisions in [[2268]].
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While in the sciences division, this crewman worked on the bridge when the ship tried to escape from inside a [[space amoeba]]. He was thrown through the bridge twice. ({{TOS|The Immunity Syndrome}})
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The same year, when working as an engineering crewman, he clashed with [[Chief Engineer]] [[Montgomery Scott|Scott]] in the [[auxiliary control center]], while he was under the powers of [[Gorgan]] and the [[children]] from [[Triacus]] in [[2268]]. ({{TOS|And the Children Shall Lead}})
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Later that year, he fainted in [[main engineering]], when the [[interspace]] mental degradation affected him. ({{TOS|The Tholian Web}})
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Still the same year, he was present on the bridge, manning the engineering station, when the ''Enterprise'' visited the planet [[Scalos]]. ({{TOS|Wink of an Eye}})
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{{bginfo|This crewman was played by stunt actor [[Jay Jones]].}}
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=== Crewman #20 {{anchor|Crewman 3}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crewman 23, command.jpg|USS Enterprise crewman 23, operations.jpg|Command crewman|Operations crewman}}
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This '''crewman''' was present on the bridge in [[2268]], when the ''Enterprise'' left the planet [[Elas]]. ({{TOS|Elaan of Troyius}})
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He was walking in a corridor, when {{dis|Kara|Eymorg}} transported herself to the ''Enterprise'' and sedated the entire crew, the same year. ({{TOS|Spock's Brain}})
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Also that year, he was also present in a corridor when Captain Kirk announced the presence of [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]] on board, and ordered the corridors to be emptied. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
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The same year, he transferred to the operations division and was present at Kirk's [[memorial service]], when the captain was presumed dead on board the USS ''Defiant''. ({{TOS|The Tholian Web}})
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Later, while serving as a [[security guard]] he was summoned by Lieutenant Johnson to the transporter room along with [[Roger Lemli]], where he assisted in collecting weapons and escorting [[Kang]] and his surviving Klingon crew when they were confined to the [[crew lounge]] on Kirk's orders. ({{TOS|Day of the Dove}})
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He later appeared in the corridor when Dr. [[Sevrin]] and his followers hijacked the ''Enterprise''. ({{TOS|The Way to Eden}})
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{{bginfo|This crewman was played by an [[unknown actor]]. His final appearance was via recycled footage from "Spock's Brain".}}
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=== Crewman #21 {{anchor|Crewman 24}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise crewman 24, technician.jpg|USS Enterprise crewman 24, security.jpg|Working as a medical tech|...and working as a security guard}}
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This '''crewman''' served in both the [[Sciences division|sciences]] and [[operations division]]s.
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He was present when [[Doctor|Dr.]] [[Sevrin]] was examined in sickbay in [[2269]]. ({{TOS|The Way to Eden}})
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He also was called upon to arrest [[Spock]] (with another security guard) by [[Janice Lester]] whose body was possessed by Captain [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]] in 2269. ({{TOS|Turnabout Intruder}})
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{{bginfo|This crewman was played by [[James Drake]].}}
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=== Lieutenant #1 {{anchor|Lieutenant 1}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise lieutenant 1.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and sciences division lieutenant]]
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[[File:USS Enterprise sciences crew woman 13.jpg|thumb|150px|In the sciences division]]
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This [[female]] '''[[lieutenant]]''' was serving on the ''Enterprise'' in [[2266]], during the encounter with the [[First Federation]]. ({{TOS|The Corbomite Maneuver}})
   
=== Lieutenant #1 ===
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She was still serving on the ''Enterprise'' in [[2267]], and was present on the bridge when the ''[[Botany Bay]]'' was found drifting in space. ({{TOS|Space Seed}})
[[File:Woman on corridor.jpg|thumb|150px|Command and sciences division lieutenant]]
 
This female [[lieutenant]] was serving on the ''Enterprise'' in [[2266]], during the encounter with the [[First Federation]]. ({{TOS|The Corbomite Maneuver}})
 
   
She was still serving on the ''Enterprise'' when [[Khan Noonien Singh]] was brought aboard, in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|Space Seed}})
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She was again present at the bridge, when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Pyris VII]], the same year. ({{TOS|Catspaw}})
   
The same year, she was present on the bridge, handing a report to [[Commodore]] [[Matt Decker]] when the ''Enterprise'' encountered the [[Planet killer]]. Earlier, she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' went to red alert upon discovering the USS ''Constellation''.({{TOS|The Doomsday Machine}})
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The same year, she was present on the bridge, handing a report to [[Commodore]] [[Matt Decker]] when the ''Enterprise'' encountered the [[planet killer]]. Earlier, she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' went to red alert upon discovering the USS ''Constellation''. ({{TOS|The Doomsday Machine}})
   
She was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' encountered [[Nomad]], the same year. ({{TOS|The Changeling}})
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She was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' encountered ''[[Nomad]]'', the same year. ({{TOS|The Changeling}})
   
 
Still the same year, she was on the bridge, when the ''Enterprise'' entered the [[Romulan Neutral Zone]] by the orders of [[Commodore]] [[Stocker]]. ({{TOS|The Deadly Years}})
 
Still the same year, she was on the bridge, when the ''Enterprise'' entered the [[Romulan Neutral Zone]] by the orders of [[Commodore]] [[Stocker]]. ({{TOS|The Deadly Years}})
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Still the same year, she was present on the bridge, when the ''Enterprise'' found the USS ''Exeter'' in orbit around [[Omega IV]]. ({{TOS|The Omega Glory}})
 
Still the same year, she was present on the bridge, when the ''Enterprise'' found the USS ''Exeter'' in orbit around [[Omega IV]]. ({{TOS|The Omega Glory}})
   
Later she transferred to the sciences department, and wore a blue sciences uniform. Still in [[2268]], she was in a corridor, when it was emptied, as [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]] was taken to his quarters. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
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Later she transferred to the sciences department, and wore a blue sciences uniform. Still in [[2268]], she [[faint]]ed in a [[corridor]] when {{dis|Kara|Eymorg}} intruded to the ship and rendered the entire crew unconscious in [[2268]]. ({{TOS|Spock's Brain}})
   
The same year, she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Platonius]]. ({{TOS|Plato's Stepchildren}})
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The same year, she was in a corridor, when it was emptied, as [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]] was taken to his quarters. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
   
Later the same year, she (apparently as a [[yeoman]] in red uniform) served drinks to [[Captain]] [[James Kirk|Kirk]], [[Spock]] and [[Bele]]. ({{TOS|Let That Be Your Last Battlefield}})
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Still the same year, she was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Platonius]]. ({{TOS|Plato's Stepchildren}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actress]]. She also appeared in the background (in blue sciences uniform) in a [[deleted scene]] in {{e|Elaan of Troyius}}.}}
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Later the same year, she (apparently as a [[yeoman]] in red uniform) served drinks to {{Captain}} [[James Kirk|Kirk]], [[Spock]], and [[Bele]]. ({{TOS|Let That Be Your Last Battlefield}})
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=== Lieutenant #2 ===
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In [[2269]], (back in sciences blue) she was in a corridor when Dr. [[Sevrin]] and his followers [[hijack]]ed the ''Enterprise''. ({{TOS|The Way to Eden}})
[[File:Navigator operation annihilate.jpg|thumb|150px|A lieutenant in all three divisions]]
 
This [[lieutenant]] sat at the [[navigator]] station when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Deneva]] and encountered a suicidal Denevan ship, in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|Operation -- Annihilate!}})
 
   
Earlier, in [[2266]], he was present in a corridor when [[Lenore Karidian]] placed an overheated phaser in Captain Kirk's quarters. He was wearing a red technician jumpsuit. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}})
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{{bginfo|This lieutenant was played by an [[unknown actress]].|Her appearance in {{e|The Way to Eden}} is via recycled footage from {{e|Spock's Brain}}.|She also appeared in the background (in blue sciences uniform) in a [[deleted scene]] in {{e|Elaan of Troyius}}.}}
   
He exited the bridge (wearing a blue sciences technician jumpsuit) when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Organia]], in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|Errand of Mercy}})
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=== Lieutenant #2 {{anchor|Crewman 2}} ===
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This '''crewman''' was present on the ''Enterprise'' when [[Harry Mudd]] visited the ship in [[2266]]. He was lurking when Mudd's three "[[Mudd's women|cargo women]]" were strolling down a corridor, while working as a member of the [[engineering division]]. ({{TOS|Mudd's Women}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
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Later the same year, he served as a [[security guard]], when the insane [[Simon Van Gelder]] got on board the vessel from [[Tantalus V]]. Van Gelder knocked him unconscious while he was patrolling on a corridor, then stole his phaser. ({{TOS|Dagger of the Mind}})
{{clear}}
 
   
=== Lieutenant #3 ===
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Still the same year, while serving in the [[sciences division]], he was present among the audience when the [[Karidian Company of Players]] performed ''[[Hamlet]]'' aboard. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}}).
[[File:Technician alternative factor 2.jpg|thumb|150px|Sciences division technician]]
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This technician was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Starbase 11]] in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|The Menagerie, Part I}})
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By [[2267]], he had transferred to the [[command division]] and was [[promotion|promoted]] to full [[lieutenant]]. That year he delivered some equipment to the bridge while the ''Enterprise'' was investigating the {{SS|Botany Bay}} discovered adrift in space. ({{TOS|Space Seed}})
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He still served on board when the ship visited [[Argelius II]] in [[2267]]. He was sedated by [[Doctor]] [[Leonard McCoy|McCoy]]'s injection on the bridge, when the vessel was taken over by the [[Redjac]] entity. He was later also present in a corridor. ({{TOS|Wolf in the Fold}})
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Later that year, he rushed to the bridge when the ship's power was drained by the machine [[Vaal]], near [[Gamma Trianguli VI]]. ({{TOS|The Apple}})
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File:USS Enterprise operations engineering technician 5.jpg|As an engineering technician
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File:USS Enterprise crewman 5, operations.jpg|As a security guard
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File:USS Enterprise crewman 5, command.jpg|Serving in the command division
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</gallery>
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{{bginfo|This crewman/lieutenant was played by an [[unknown performer]].|He was identified in the "Dagger of the Mind" script as one of the "S & C Security Crewmen".}}
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=== Lieutenant #3 {{anchor|Crewman 7}}===
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This '''crewman''' was assigned to several positions aboard the ''Enterprise'' in [[2266]].
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That year, while donning a sciences division uniform, he delivered a report to Captain Kirk on the bridge. Later, he was present in the [[recreation room]] when [[Lieutenant]] [[Joe Tormolen]] attempted [[suicide]], under the influence of the [[Psi 2000 virus]] in [[2266]]. ({{TOS|The Naked Time}})
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He later transferred to the command division and was promoted to [[lieutenant]], where after he was in Recreation Room 6 when [[Charles Evans]] visited the ''Enterprise''. Afterwords, he served as the ship's [[helmsman]] when the [[Thasian ship]] rendezvoused with the ''Enterprise''. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
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Later that year, when the ''Enterprise'' received notification that [[Earth]] [[Outpost 4]] was under attack by an {{dis|Romulan Bird-of-Prey|23rd century|unidentified space vessel}} and was put on [[red alert]], he was wearing an [[operations division]] jumpsuit as he ran through the [[corridor]] to his post. ({{TOS|Balance of Terror}})
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File:USS Enterprise crewman 7, sciences.jpg|Sciences division
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File:USS Enterprise crewman 7, command.jpg|Command division
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USS Enterprise crewman 7, operations.jpg|Operations division
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</gallery>
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{{bginfo|The crewman was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
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=== Lieutenant #4 {{anchor|Lieutenant 8}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise lieutenant 8, command.jpg|USS Enterprise lieutenant 8, sciences.jpg|Command division|Sciences division}}
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This [[female]] '''[[lieutenant]]''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' in [[2266]].
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That year, she was present in the [[recreation room]] when Lieutenant [[Joe Tormolen]] attempted [[suicide]], while he was under the influence of the [[Psi 2000 virus]]. ({{TOS|The Naked Time}})
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Later that year, she was present at the [[wedding]] of [[Robert Tomlinson]] and [[Angela Martine]], where she escorted the [[bride]] to the ship's [[chapel]], in a role equivalent to that of the maid of honor. ({{TOS|Balance of Terror}})
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{{bginfo|This female lieutenant was played by an [[unknown actress]].}}
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=== Lieutenant #5 {{anchor|Lieutenant 9}}===
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This '''crewman''' served aboard the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} under Captain [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]] during the [[2260s]].
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While serving in the [[sciences division]] in [[2266]], he carried a tool box as he walked in the [[corridor]] while [[Charlie Evans]] passed by approaching [[Janice Rand]] with a gift of [[perfume]]. He was later present in [[recreation room|Recreation Room 6]] on [[Constitution class decks|Deck 3]] sometime after 1400 hours, enjoying a [[beverage]], before completing his maintenance work in another corridor, with the help of a [[USS Enterprise command lieutenant 3|female lieutenant]], when they were passed by Evans. He was later walking down another corridor when he, a male [[command division]] [[lieutenant]], and a sciences technician were shoved to the wall by an angry Evans. ({{TOS|Charlie X}})
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In [[2267]], he was assigned as an [[operations division]] [[security guard]] with the rank of [[lieutenant]], when he and another [[USS Enterprise operations security lieutenant 9|security guard]] were posted in [[sickbay]] when ''[[Nomad]]'' brought [[Montgomery Scott]] back to life. He was then given the duty of escorting ''Nomad'' to the top [[security cell]] in the [[brig]]. He and the second guard stood watch at the security cell, and later watched on as ''Nomad'' passed through the cell's [[force field]], forcing the two to draw their [[phaser]]s and fire at the probe. The phasers proved ineffective, and they were seemingly vaporized by the ''Nomad''. When [[Spock]] later arrived in [[main engineering]], where ''Nomad'' had relocated, he informed Kirk that "''the guards have vanished. I must assume they are [[death|dead]].''" Infuriated, Kirk scolded ''Nomad'' for killing two of his men. ({{TOS|The Changeling}})
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The [[2268|following year]] he remained a security guard, this time without his lieutenant braid, when he fought against [[Spock]], who had gone mad from looking at [[Ambassador]] [[Kollos]] without a [[visor]]. ({{TOS|Is There in Truth No Beauty?}})
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Later the same year, he regained his lieutenant's braid, while now serving in the [[command division]] when he was present at Kirk's [[memorial service]] after it was presumed the Captain had been lost onboard the {{USS|Defiant|NCC-1764}}. ({{TOS|The Tholian Web}})
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{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actor]], who also appeared as his own [[ISS Enterprise engineering guard 1|mirror universe counterpart]] in {{e|Mirror, Mirror}}. He is one of the few redshirts to die and reappear again for an unknown reason.|{{CCG name|Ensign Davis|his}}}}
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File:USS Enterprise lieutenant 9, sciences.jpg|Sciences division
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File:USS Enterprise lieutenant 9, operations 1.jpg|Operations division
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File:USS Enterprise lieutenant 9, operations 2.jpg|Operations division, again
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File:USS Enterprise lieutenant 9, command.jpg|Command division
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</gallery>
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=== Lieutenant #6 {{anchor|Crewman 6}} ===
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This '''crewman''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' during the mid-[[2260s]].
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While serving in the [[operations division]] (in a uniform with no rank stripes), in [[2266]], when he was present at the aborted [[wedding]] of [[Robert Tomlinson]] and [[Angela Martine]]; he was Tomlinson's [[best man]]. When the ''Enterprise'' received notification that [[Earth]] [[Outpost 4]] was under attack by an {{dis|Romulan Bird-of-Prey|23rd century|unidentified space vessel}} and was put on [[red alert]], he quickly left the ship's [[chapel]] and was seen wearing a [[Starfleet uniform (mid 2260s-early 2270s)#Protective suits|protective suit]] as he ran through the [[corridor]] to his post. He was seen in his red uniform again, working in the [[phaser control room]]. A short time later, while still wearing his protective suit, he was in the corridor near the [[briefing room]] when the ''Enterprise'' approached the [[comet]] [[Icarus IV]]. ({{TOS|Balance of Terror}})
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Later that year, he served in the [[command division]], with the rank of [[lieutenant]], when he served as the [[helmsman]] when the ship both entered [[orbit]] of, and departed, [[Exo III]]. ({{TOS|What Are Little Girls Made Of?}})
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{{bginfo|This lieutenant was played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
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<gallery>
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File:USS Enterprise crewman 6, operations.jpg|In the operations division
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File:USS Enterprise crewman 6, protective suit.jpg|In protective suit
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File:USS Enterprise crewman 6, command.jpg|In the command division
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</gallery>
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=== Lieutenant #7 {{anchor|Lieutenant 2}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise lieutenant 2, command.jpg|thumb|150px|A lieutenant in all three divisions]]
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This '''lieutenant''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' during the mid-[[2260s]].
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While serving in the [[operations division]] (wearing a technician's jumpsuit) in [[2266]], he was present in a corridor when [[Lenore Karidian]] placed a [[phaser]] set to overload in Captain Kirk's quarters. ({{TOS|The Conscience of the King}})
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Later that year, while serving in the [[sciences division]] (wearing a technician's jumpsuit), he exited the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Organia]], in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|Errand of Mercy}})
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In [[2267]], while serving in the [[command division]], he served as the ship's [[navigator]] when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Deneva]] and encountered a suicidal Denevan ship. ({{TOS|Operation -- Annihilate!}})
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{{bginfo|The lieutenant was played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
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=== Lieutenant #8 {{anchor|Lieutenant 3}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise lieutenant 3, sciences.jpg|thumb|150px|Sciences division technician]]
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This '''technician''' was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Starbase 11]] in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|The Menagerie, Part I}})
   
 
The same year, he was present on the bridge (wearing a gold command uniform with [[lieutenant]] stripes) when the ''Enterprise'' encountered the planet [[Gothos]]. ({{TOS|The Squire of Gothos}})
 
The same year, he was present on the bridge (wearing a gold command uniform with [[lieutenant]] stripes) when the ''Enterprise'' encountered the planet [[Gothos]]. ({{TOS|The Squire of Gothos}})
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He was also present in the recreation room when [[Lazarus]] visited the ''Enterprise'', the same year. Somewhat later, he was also present on the bridge (this time wearing a red operations division uniform). ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
 
He was also present in the recreation room when [[Lazarus]] visited the ''Enterprise'', the same year. Somewhat later, he was also present on the bridge (this time wearing a red operations division uniform). ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
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{{bginfo|This officer was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
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=== Lieutenant #4 ===
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=== Lieutenant #9 {{anchor|Lieutenant 7}}===
[[File:Security lieutenant doomsday machine.jpg|thumb|150px|A security lieutenant]]
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise lieutenant 7, operations.jpg|USS Enterprise lieutenant 7, sciences.jpg|Operations uniform|Sciences jumpsuit}}
This lieutenant was guarding the bridge near the turbolift door, when the ''Enterprise'' discovered the remains of the USS ''Constellation'' in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|The Doomsday Machine}})
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This '''[[lieutenant]]''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' in [[2267]].
   
In 2268, he participated in the fight between the ''Enterprise'' crewmembers and the [[Klingon]] personnel of IKS ''Gro'th'' on [[Deep Space Station K-7]]. Later he was interrogated by Captain Kirk. After he was released from quarters confinement, he was present in the recreation room, visited by Kirk and Spock. He was wearing a blue sciences uniform during these events. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}}; {{DS9|Trials and Tribble-ations}})
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That year, he was assigned as an [[operations division]] [[security officer]] during the initial [[landing party]] on an [[iron-silica planet 001|uncharted]] [[iron]]-[[silica]] [[planet]] where [[Lazarus]]/{{dis|Lazarus|antimatter|anti-Lazarus}} were discovered.
   
The same year, he was present at the captain's [[memorial]] service, when Kirk was presumed dead on the USS ''Defiant''. He was wearing a gold command uniform that time. ({{TOS|The Tholian Web}})
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Later, during that mission, he was present in the [[recreation room]], wearing a [[sciences division]] jumpsuit, when Lazarus met [[Lieutenant]] [[Charlene Masters]] there. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown performer]]. [[Star Trek: The Card Game]] gives his name as Lt. Thom Parham, ship's cartographer.}}
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{{bginfo|This lieutenant was played by [[Vince Calenti]].}}
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=== Lieutenant #10 {{anchor|Lieutenant 5}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise lieutenant 5, operations.jpg|150px|thumb|A security guard]]
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This '''[[lieutenant]]''' served aboard the ''Enterprise'' in [[2267]]. He was assigned as security guard to [[Lazarus]] when he visited the ''Enterprise''. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
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{{bginfo|He was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
 
{{clear}}
 
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=== Lieutenant #5 ===
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=== Lieutenant #11 {{anchor|Lieutenant 6}}===
[[File:Security guard the alternative factor.jpg|150px|thumb|A security guard]]
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise lieutenant 6, Helmsman.jpg|USS Enterprise lieutenant 6, Navigator.jpg|As the helmsman|As the navigator}}
This security crewman was assigned to guard [[Lazarus]] when he visited the ''Enterprise'' in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
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In [[2267]], This '''lieutenant''', while working in the [[command division]] sat at the [[helm]], while Lieutenant [[Leslie]] sat in the [[command chair]]. ({{TOS|The Alternative Factor}})
   
In [[2268]], he was present in a corridor during red alert, wearing a blue sciences uniform with lieutenant stripes, when [[Bele]] and [[Lokai]] visited the ship. ({{TOS|Let That Be Your Last Battlefield}})
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The same year, he deserted and beamed down to [[Omicron Ceti III]] under the influence of the [[pod plant]]s' [[spore]]s. ({{TOS|This Side of Paradise}})
   
{{bginfo|He was played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
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Still the same year, he was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' left [[Janus VI]]. ({{TOS|The Devil in the Dark}})
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=== Female crewmember ===
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Later that year, while wearing a [[sciences division]] uniform, this lieutenant sat at the [[navigator]] post, during the [[Klingon]] affair near [[Organia]]. ({{TOS|Errand of Mercy}})
An unnamed female crewmember was responsible for an accident, which threw [[Lieutenant Commander]] [[Montgomery Scott]] to a [[bulkhead]] and caused him considerable psychological damage in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|Wolf in the Fold}})
 
   
{{bginfo|She was only mentioned in dialog.}}
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He remained as navigator in [[2268]], though returning to the command division, during the ''Enterprise''{{'}}s mission to [[Argus X]]. ({{TOS|Obsession}})
{{clear}}
 
   
=== Female patient ===
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{{bginfo|This lieutenant was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
[[File:Female patient.jpg|thumb|150px|A female patient]]
 
This female [[patient]] was examined by [[Doctor]] [[Leonard McCoy|McCoy]] in [[sickbay]], when [[Kara (Eymorg)|Kara]] turned the entire crew unconscious, in 2268. ({{TOS|Spock's Brain}})
 
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actress]]. She was also seen in in {{TOS|The Way to Eden}} when Dr. [[Sevrin]] and his followers hijacked the ''Enterprise'' via stock footage from {{TOS|Spock's Brain}}.}}
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=== Lieutenant #12 {{anchor|Lieutenant 11}}===
{{clear}}
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise lieutenant 11, operations.jpg|USS Enterprise lieutenant 11, command.jpg|Operations division|Command division}}
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This '''crewman''' served aboard the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} under [[James T. Kirk|Captain Kirk]] during the late [[2260s]].
   
=== Woman in civilian wear ===
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He served in the [[operations division]] as a [[security guard]] when was among the detail that escorted [[Lieutenant Commander]] [[Montgomery Scott|Scott]] on [[Capella IV]] in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|Friday's Child}})
[[File:Civilian wear woman.jpg|thumb|150px|A woman in civilian wear]]
 
This female crewmember was present in the [[recreation room]], wearing a civilian outfit in [[2265]], when the ''Enterprise'' encountered the [[recorder marker]] of the SS ''Valiant''. ({{TOS|Where No Man Has Gone Before}})
 
   
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actress]]. Her costume was a reuse from the first pilot, {{e|The Cage}}.}}
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While serving in the [[command division]], he was exiting the [[turbolift]] as the ''Enterprise'' went to [[red alert]] as it came under attack by ''[[Nomad]]''. ({{TOS|The Changeling}})
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He later served on the bridge and was in a corridor when the ''Enterprise'' left [[Gamma Trianguli VI]]. ({{TOS|The Apple}})
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Later that year, he guarded the [[brig]] when the [[mirror universe]] counterparts of {{mu|James T. Kirk}}, {{mu|Leonard McCoy}}, {{mu|Montgomery Scott}}, and {{mu|Nyota Uhura}} were held there by [[Spock]]. ({{TOS|Mirror, Mirror}})
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He later served in the [[command division]], and was present on a corridor when the ''Enterprise'' visited [[Gamma Hydra IV]]. ({{TOS|The Deadly Years}})
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In [[2268]], once again serving as a security guard, he joined [[Lieutenant]] [[Rowe]] in responding to the [[auxiliary control center]], when the [[android]] [[Norman]] took over control of the ''Enterprise''. He and a [[USS Enterprise operations security lieutenant 11|second guard]] were instructed by Rowe to take care of the injured [[Ensign]] [[Jordan]]. ({{TOS|I, Mudd}})
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The same year, he was also present in the recreation room, when Uhura introduced [[tribble]]s to her crewmates, and when the tribble-infested recreation room, when Kirk and [[Spock]] visited it, to have [[lunch]]. He was later assigned to keep order among the shore leave participants when the ship visited [[Deep Space Station K-7]]. Instead, he participated in the bar fight between the ''Enterprise'' crew and the {{IKS|Gr'oth}} personnel. He was confined to his quarters afterwards. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}}; {{DS9|Trials and Tribble-ations}})
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He was among the honor guard, greeting [[Ambassador]] [[Sarek]] on the ''Enterprise'', the same year. Later, he served in the command division as a relief [[navigator]] when the [[Orion]] scout ship attacked the ''Enterprise''. ({{TOS|Journey to Babel}})
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He accompanied Captain Kirk to [[Ensign]] {{dis|Garrovick|Ensign}}'s quarters when Spock was attacked by the dikironium cloud creature inside, the same year. ({{TOS|Obsession}})
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He was present on the bridge when the ''Enterprise'' encountered a giant single cell lifeform, the same year. ({{TOS|The Immunity Syndrome}})
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The same year, he was present in main engineering, and was placed in "frozen" and motionless stasis by [[Tomar]] as the [[Kelvan]]s attempted to hijack the ''Enterprise'' and take it to the [[Andromeda Galaxy]]. A short time later, he would have been considered one of many non-essential personnel and the Kelvans would have neutralized and reduced him into a dehydrated [[Kelvan#Field projection|porous cuboctahedron solid]], the size of a Human fist, composed of his base minerals which represented the "distilled" essence of his being. He would have been reconstituted after the four commanding officers, not neutralized, regained control of the ship. ({{TOS|By Any Other Name}})
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He was guarding [[Gary Seven]] in the brig, when the ''Enterprise'' traveled back in time to [[1968]]. Seven escaped and sedated the crewman. ({{TOS|Assignment: Earth}})
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He was guarding [[Kryton]] in main engineering along with [[Roger Lemli]] and {{dis|Evans|Lieutenant}}, after Kryton sabotaged the [[dilithium crystal chamber]], the same year. ({{TOS|Elaan of Troyius}})
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Along with Lemli, he escorted the captured [[Romulan 23rd commander 002|Romulan commander]] to the ''Enterprise'' bridge, the same year. ({{TOS|The Enterprise Incident}})
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Still the same year, he was called to the bridge (again, with Lemli) to arrest the intruder {{dis|Kara|Eymorg}}, soon before she rendered the entire crew unconscious. Later, he was also a member of the away team on [[Sigma Draconis VI]], and remained on the surface with [[Ensign]] [[Pavel Chekov|Chekov]] and another security guard, to keep contact with the ship. ({{TOS|Spock's Brain}})
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{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown actor]], who also appeared as his own [[ISS Enterprise bridge guard 2|mirror universe counterpart]] in {{e|Mirror, Mirror}}, as well as an [[Ekosian SS trooper 014|Ekosian SS guard]] in {{e|Patterns of Force}}.|He also appeared in {{e|Catspaw}} as a member of a security guard rescue party unable to beam down however it ended up as a [[deleted scene]].}}
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=== Lieutenant #13 {{anchor|Lieutenant 4}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise lieutenant 4, operations.jpg|thumb|150px|A security lieutenant]]
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This '''lieutenant''' was guarding the bridge near the turbolift door, when the ''Enterprise'' discovered the remains of the USS ''Constellation'' in [[2267]]. ({{TOS|The Doomsday Machine}})
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In 2268, he participated in the fight between the ''Enterprise'' crewmembers and the [[Klingon]] personnel of IKS ''Gro'th'' on [[Deep Space Station K-7]]. Later he was interrogated by Captain Kirk. After he was released from quarters confinement, he was present in the recreation room, visited by Kirk and Spock. He was wearing a blue sciences uniform during these events. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}}; {{DS9|Trials and Tribble-ations}})
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{{bginfo|This lieutenant was played by an [[unknown performer]].|''[[Star Trek: The Card Game]]'' gives his name as Lt. Thom Parham, ship's cartographer.}}
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=== Lieutenant #14 {{anchor|Lieutenant 10}}===
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{{dthumb|USS Enterprise lieutenant 10, sciences.jpg|USS Enterprise lieutenant 10, command.jpg|Sciences division|Command division}}
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This '''[[lieutenant]]''' served aboard the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} in [[2268]].
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That year he was on duty, while serving in the [[sciences division]], during the ship's visit to [[Deep Space Station K-7]]. Initially, He participated in the brawl between ''Enterprise'' personnel and the [[Klingon]] crew of the {{IKS|Gr'oth}}. He was subsequently interrogated by Kirk for his role in the fight, before being confined to his [[quarters]]. He was later present in the recreation room when Kirk and [[Spock]] later visited it, and observed the [[tribble]] infestation aboard the ship. ({{TOS|The Trouble with Tribbles}}; {{DS9|Trials and Tribble-ations}})
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Later the same year, while serving in the [[command division]], he was attended the memorial for Captain Kirk, when it was presumed that he had died aboard the {{USS|Defiant|NCC-1764}}. ({{TOS|The Tholian Web}})
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{{bginfo|This lieutenant was played by an [[unknown actor]].}}
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===Rigelian fever victims {{anchor|Victims 001}}===
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According to [[James T. Kirk]]'s [[Captain's log, USS Enterprise (NCC-1701), 2269#Mission to Holberg 917G|Captain's log]], as of his recording the log, '''twenty-six crewmen''' had contracted [[Rigelian fever]]. Of those 26, '''three crewmen''' had [[death|died]].
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Later, [[Montgomery Scott]] reported that nearly everyone onboard had come down with the illness. ({{TOS|Requiem for Methuselah}})
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{{Bginfo|{{omid|crewmen|26}}}}
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=== Section chief {{anchor|Section chief}} ===
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This '''[[section chief]]''' reported to [[Commander]] [[Spock]] while crew searched for the "[[evil]]" [[transporter duplicate]] of [[James T. Kirk]] in [[2266]].
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He informed Spock that [[transporter technician]] {{dis|Wilson|Crewman}} was found injured near the captain's [[cabin]] after having been attacked by the "evil" Kirk. He further reported that that Kirk had taken Wilson's [[hand phaser]]. Spock acknowledged the report and had the search continue. ({{TOS|The Enemy Within}})
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{{bginfo|{{VO}}|This "voice", as described in the final draft of the script, was portrayed by an [[unknown actor]].}}
   
 
== Mid 2270s ==
 
== Mid 2270s ==
=== Andorian officers ===
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=== Andorian officers {{anchors|Andorian officer 1|Andorian officer 2}}===
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{{dthumb|Andorian officer 1, 2270s.jpg|Andorian officer 2, 2270s.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''|''Played by [[John Watts]]''}}
 
Two '''[[Andorian]] officers''' were among the majority of the crew that attended the briefing on ''[[V'ger]]''. ({{film|1}})
 
Two '''[[Andorian]] officers''' were among the majority of the crew that attended the briefing on ''[[V'ger]]''. ({{film|1}})
   
<gallery>
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{{bginfo|The novel ''[[Ex Machina]]'' identifies the Andorian in the second picture as "Shantherin th'Clane".}}
File:Andorian 1, The Motion Picture.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
 
File:Andorian 2, The Motion Picture.jpg|''Played by [[John Watts]]''
 
</gallery>
 
 
{{clear}}
 
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=== Officers in Native American garb ===
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=== Arcturian crewmember {{anchor|Arcturian crewmember 1}}===
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[[File:Arcturian crewman 1, 2270s.jpg|thumb|150px|Arcturian crewmember]]
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An '''[[Arcturian]] crewmember''' was among the crew on the recreational deck gathering. ({{film|1}})
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{{bginfo|The Arcturian was played by an [[unknown actor]].|The comic story "[[Dilithium Dilemma]]" features an Arcturian crewmember named ''Ensign Taskul''. The comic strip [[The Real McCoy]] shows another Arcturian crewmember called ''Ensign Tagsut''. The Arcturian pictured here could be either of these.}}
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=== Officers in Native American garb {{anchor|Officers in Native American garb}}===
 
Two female and one male '''officers in [[Native American]] garb''' were among the crew that attended the briefing on ''V'ger'' at the recreation deck. ({{film|1}})
 
Two female and one male '''officers in [[Native American]] garb''' were among the crew that attended the briefing on ''V'ger'' at the recreation deck. ({{film|1}})
   
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
File:Native American officer 2 TMP.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise Native American officer 2.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
File:Native American officer 3 TMP.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise Native American officer 3.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
File:Native American officer 4 TMP.jpg|''Played by [[Frank Salsedo]]''
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File:USS Enterprise Native American officer 4.jpg|''Played by [[Frank Salsedo]]''
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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===Rhaandarite crewmembers ===
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=== Rec deck crewmembers {{anchor|Rec deck crewmembers}}===
Several '''[[Rhaandarite]] crewmembers''' were present during the briefing on ''V'ger'' on the recreation deck and witnessed the destruction of the Epsilon IX station. ({{film|1}})
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These '''Starfleet crewmembers''' attended the briefing on the [[recreation deck]] of the USS ''Enterprise'' in the 2270s. They were witnesses to the destruction of the Epsilon IX station during the briefing. ({{film|1}})
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{{bginfo|All 170 crewmembers were played by extras, production staff members, and fans and most of them received no on-screen credit for their appearances. They were cast by a cattle call, organized by [[Bjo Trimble]] and had to fulfill these special requests: "''aged between 20 and 40, men from 5'8" to 6'2", sizes 40-42, and women from 5'6" to 5'8', sizes 8-10.''"|A wide variety of people portrayed these crewmembers including [[Fred Bronson]], [[Bobby Butz]], [[Gordon Cardoza]], [[Walt Doty]], [[Brenda Gooch]], [[William Guest]], [[John Hayes]], [[Art Lake]], [[Katherine Kurtz]], [[Randall Larson]], [[Leah Livingston]], [[Greg Mace]], [[Beth Moberly]], [[Zack Richardson]], [[Linda Robertson]], [[Eileen Salamas]], [[Kathleen Sky]], [[Jay Smith]], and [[Leigh Strother-Vien]].}}
   
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
File:Rhaandarite crewmember 1.jpg|''Played by [[Steven Lance]]''
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File:Rec deck crew 1.jpg|A number of crewmembers<br />''Played by [[unknown actor]]s''
File:Rhaandarite crewmember 2.jpg|''Played by an [[Unknown actor]]''
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File:Richard Arnold TMP.jpg|Crewman<br />''Played by [[Richard Arnold]]''
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File:Rosanna Attias TMP.jpg|Crew woman<br />''Played by [[Rosanna Attias]]''
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File:Celeste Cartier TMP.jpg|Crew woman<br />''Played by [[Celeste Cartier]]''
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File:Vern Dietsche TMP.jpg|Crewman<br />''Played by [[Vern Dietsche]]''
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File:James T Kirk fan TMP.jpg|Crewman<br />''Played by {{dis|James T. Kirk|fan}}''
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File:Michelle TMP.jpg|Crew woman<br />''Played by [[Michelle]]''
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File:Denise Tathwell TMP.jpg|[[Vulcan]] crew woman<br />''Played by [[Denise Tathwell]]''
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File:Marlene Willauer TMP.jpg|Crew woman<br />''Played by [[Marlene Willauer]]''
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File:Cassandra Foster TMP.jpg|Crew woman<br />''Played by [[Cassandra Foster]]''
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File:Bob Bryant TMP.jpg|Crewman<br />''Played by [[Bob Bryant]]''
 
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=== Saurian crewmember ===
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=== Saurian crewmember {{anchor|Saurian crewmember 1}}===
 
[[File:Saurian crewmember 2.jpg|thumb|150px|A Saurian crewmember]]
 
[[File:Saurian crewmember 2.jpg|thumb|150px|A Saurian crewmember]]
A '''[[Saurian]] crewmember''' was present during the briefing on ''V'ger'' on the recreation deck and witnessed the destruction of the Epsilon IX station. ({{film|1}})
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A '''{{dis|Saurian|species}} crewmember''' was present during the briefing on ''V'ger'' on the recreation deck and witnessed the destruction of the Epsilon IX station. ({{film|1}})
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{{bginfo|He was played by "[[Vincent]]".}}
 
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=== Sickbay patient ===
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=== Sickbay patient {{anchor|Sickbay patient 1}}===
[[File:Sickbay crewmember tmp.jpg|thumb|150px|a crewmember]]
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[[File:USS Enterprise sickbay patient, 2270s.jpg|thumb|150px|A crewmember in sickbay]]
This '''crewmember''' was treated in [[sickbay]] when [[Spock]] was also held there, after his [[Vulcan mind meld|mind meld]] with [[V'ger]]. ({{film|1}})
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This '''crewmember''' was treated in [[sickbay]] when [[Spock]] was also held there, after his [[mind meld]] with ''[[V'ger]]''. ({{film|1}})
 
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{{bginfo|He was played by an [[unknown performer]].}}
 
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== 2280s ==
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=== Bridge technician {{anchor|Technician 1}}===
=== Alien crewmember ===
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This '''technician''' was on the USS ''Enterprise'' in the [[2270s]]. ({{film|1}})
[[File:Alien with pointed eyebrows, TSFS.jpg|thumb|150px|An alien crewmember]]
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{{bginfo|[[File:Jeri McBride and Walter Koenig.jpg|thumb|100px|Production photo of [[Walter Koenig]] and McBride]]This technician was played by [[Jeri McBride]].|Her role was identified by the film's call sheet. Her scenes were filmed {{d|28|September|1978}}.}}
A large, bald alien with a sharp ridge above the eyes was a crewmember on the USS ''Enterprise'' in [[2285]]. ({{film|3}})
 
{{bginfo|Played by an [[unknown performer]].|A [[San Francisco bar visitors#Alien with pointed eyebrows|female alien]] of the same species was created for the bar scenes.}}
 
 
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=== Technical assistants {{anchor|Technical assistant 1}}{{anchor|Technical assistant 2}}===
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These '''technical assistants''' were on the USS ''Enterprise'' in the [[2270s]]. ({{film|1}})
   
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{{bginfo|These assistants were played by [[Junero Jennings]] and [[Sayra Hummel]].}}
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=== Transporter accident victim {{anchor|Transporter accident victim 1}}===
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[[File:USS Enterprise transporter accident victim, 2270s.jpg|thumb|150px|A transporter accident victim]]
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This '''transporter accident victim''' and [[Sonak]] were [[death|killed]] in a [[transporter accident]] shortly before the [[starship]] left to deal with the ''[[V'ger]]'' crisis in the mid-[[2270s]]. The ship's transporter was temporarily out of order that time; [[Janice Rand]] operated the transporter when she saw their silhouettes being deformed, and despite [[James T. Kirk|Kirk]]'s attempts to complete the transfer, they disappeared. When Kirk asked Starfleet if they ended up with their disfigured masses, a transporter operator at Starfleet Headquarters said what he saw were fortunate that they didn't live long. Kirk then asked HQ to express his condolences to [[USS Enterprise transporter accident victim's family|her family]]. ({{film|1}})
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{{bginfo|[[File:Star Trek Calendar, March 1980.jpg|left|100px|Appearance without SFX]]|She was played by [[Susan J. Sullivan]] and given the name {{mb|Lori Ciana}} in the [[Star Trek: The Motion Picture (novel)|novelization]]. The novel ''[[Forgotten History]]'' places her in a relationship with Kirk following his promotion to [[rear admiral]].|In the [[DVD]] [[audio commentary]] for the Director's Cut, director [[Robert Wise]] suggested this officer was the Enterprise's original [[navigator]] and that [[Ilia]] was a last-minute replacement. [[Will Decker]]'s surprised reaction at her arrival seemed to support this.}}
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=== Rhaandarite crewmembers {{anchors|Rhaandarite crewmember 1|Rhaandarite crewmember 2}}===
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{{dthumb|Rhaandarite crewmember 1.jpg|Rhaandarite crewmember 2.jpg|''Played by [[Steven Lance]]''|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''}}
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Two '''[[Rhaandarite]] crewmembers''' were present during the briefing on ''V'ger'' on the recreation deck and witnessed the destruction of the Epsilon IX station. ({{film|1}})
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{{dthumb|Zaranite officer 1.jpg|Zaranite officer 2.jpg|''Played by [[Don Fanning]]''|''Played by [[Victor Koman]]''}}
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Two '''[[Zaranite]] officers''' were present during the briefing on ''V'ger'' on the recreation deck and witnessed the destruction of the Epsilon IX station. ({{film|1}})
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{{bginfo|The novel ''[[Ex Machina]]'' identifies the Zaranite in the left picture as "Chezrava".}}
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== 2280s ==
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=== Crewman #25 {{anchor|Crewman 25}}===
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This '''crewman''' was on board the USS ''Enterprise'' in [[2285]]. ({{film|2}})
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{{bginfo|The crewman was played by [[Chuck Powers]].}}
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=== Crewman #26 {{anchor|Crewman 26}} ===
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This '''crewman''', who served during the ''Enterprise''{{'}}s ill fated training cruise, wore a [[Starfleet]] [[Starfleet uniform (late 2270s-2350s)#Protective suit|protective suit]] with a [[helmet]] in [[2285]]. ({{film|2}})
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He was later present when Admiral [[Morrow]] visited the ''Enterprise'' after its return to the [[Earth Spacedock]] in [[2285]]. They were all given orders by the admiral "not to discuss with anyone your knowledge of {{dis|Genesis|planet}}, [and to] [c]onsider it a [[quarantine]]d planet. And a forbidden subject." ({{film|3}})
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=== Return crew {{anchor|Alien crewmember 1|Trainee crewman 1|Return crew 001}} ===
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These '''crewmembers''', consisting of both [[officer]]s and [[trainee]]s who survived the ill fated training cruise, were present when Admiral [[Morrow]] visited the ''Enterprise'' after its return to the [[Earth Spacedock]] in [[2285]]. They were all given orders by the Admiral "not to discuss with anyone your knowledge of {{dis|Genesis|planet}}, [and to] [c]onsider it a [[quarantine]]d planet. And a forbidden subject." ({{film|3}})
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{{bginfo|The large, bald alien with a sharp ridges above each eye was of the same species as the [[Alien with pointed eyebrows 001|female alien]] who appeared in the [[San Francisco bar]] scenes.|Also among this group was [[USS Enterprise command trainee crewman|this command crewman]], [[USS Enterprise operations engineering crewman 1|this operations crewman]] and [[USS Enterprise operations trainee bridge crew woman|this operations crew woman]].}}
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 2.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 3.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 5.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 6.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 7.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 8.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 9.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 10.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 13.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 14.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 15.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 16.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actress]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 17.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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File:USS Enterprise return crewmember 18.jpg|''Played by an [[unknown actor]]''
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Latest revision as of 06:45, May 26, 2020

The following is a list of unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) personnel:

Individuals who served in multiple or unknown divisions are listed below.

2250s - mid 2260s Edit

Rigel VII casualties Edit

Among the casualties in a battle on Rigel VII in 2254 were seven injured and three dead, including Pike's personal yeoman. Of the seven injured including Fisher and Jose Tyler. Pike's yeoman was a male who was later replaced by Yeoman J.M. Colt. (TOS: "The Cage")

The Star Trek: Early Voyages comic Our Dearest Blood numbers Spock among the injured, along with Nano (β) and Sita Mohindas (β).
The yeoman was only mentioned in dialogue and was given the name Dermot Cusack (β) in the Star Trek: Early Voyages comic series. In the novel Where Sea Meets Sky, he was called Leon.

Bridge guard #1 Edit

USS Enterprise operations security, 2254

Crewman

This crewman served aboard the Enterprise for over a decade, serving under both Captains Pike and Kirk.

He stood to the right of the captain's chair as the Enterprise received the distress call from the SS Columbia in 2254. During the encounter with the radio wave, he carried the paper print out of the report from CPO Garison from the communications station to Captain Christopher Pike, who turned down reviewing the report. When Pike decided to continue on to Vega and left the bridge, this crewman shrugged at the crewman posted at the turbolift door.

He was later dismissed by Pike at 0500 after Yeoman Colt entered the bridge while the ship was en route to Talos IV.

He had returned to the bridge and was present when the Talosians disabled the ship in orbit, after haven taken Pike, Colt, and Una captive. He was conversing with the crewman posted at the turbolift door when the Talosians accessed the ship's library computer, at which point he ran over to the engineering station.

Following the return of Pike and crew, he took Una's jacket and utility belt from her as she entered the bridge. In the moments that followed, he returned to the captain's side with a clipboard as the ship departed Talos. (TOS: "The Cage")

This same crewman continued serving aboard the Enterprise after Captain Kirk took command. He was on the bridge when the ship encountered the galactic barrier in 2265. (TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before")

He was in a corridor wearing a tan uniform during the red alert for the M-113 creature when the ship was orbiting planet M-113 in 2266. (TOS: "The Man Trap")

A recording of his experience aboard the Enterprise under Captain Pike during the original visit to Talos IV, from thirteen years prior, was transmitted from that planet during Spock's fictional court martial aboard the same ship in 2267. (TOS: "The Menagerie, Part I", "The Menagerie, Part II")

USS Enterprise operations security badge, 2254

"Security" Division Insignia Patch

This crewperson was played by an unknown actor.
In this crewman's initial appearance, he apparently served in the capacity of security as he was the only other crewperson observed wearing the division insignia, same as the crewman stationed by the elevator. In spite of these observations, his actions when summarized most resembled that of a yeoman's role, in that he was often held a clipboard, delivered documents to the captain, was dismissed upon the arrival of Colt, and took articles from the command crew as they entered the bridge from the elevator.

Bridge guard #2 Edit

USS Enterprise operations security 2, 2254

Security guard

This crewman stood to the left of the turbolift door when the Enterprise received the distress call from the SS Columbia in 2254. When Captain Pike decided to continue on to Vega colony and left the bridge, he exchanged shrugs with the crewman posted next to Pike's command chair.

He was still present on the bridge when the Talosians disabled the ship in orbit, after haven taken Pike, Colt and Una captive. He was conversing with the crewman posted at Pike's command chair when the Talosians accessed the ship's library computer, at which point he ran over to the communications station. Following the return of Pike and crew, he took a hand laser from CPO Garison as he entered the bridge. (TOS: "The Cage")

Footage of his experience aboard the Enterprise under Captain Pike during the original visit to Talos IV, from 13 years prior, was transmitted from that planet during Spock's fictional court martial aboard the same ship in 2267. (TOS: "The Menagerie, Part I", "The Menagerie, Part II")

This crewperson was played by an unknown actor.
This crewperson appeared to serve in the capacity of security (as seen depicted by operations personnel throughout TOS occupying this location). He was the only other crewman, aside from the man next to the captain's chair, to be visually verified as wearing the unique badge insignia (an arrowhead with a "C"-shape), also later worn by Leslie in "Where No Man Has Gone Before" during his role as a security guard.
He was named Valdini in the novel The Rift and was one of many officers that perished on Argus X in 2268.

Crewmembers in civvies Edit

USS Enterprise crewmembers civilian wear, 2254

Crewmembers in civvies

These two crewmembers, wearing civvies, were passed by Captain Pike in a corridor near his quarters in 2254. (TOS: "The Cage")

In the second revised final draft script of "The Cage", these crewmembers are referred to as "a casually dressed Young Man and Young Lady intent on each other, obviously headed for a ship's recreation area."
They were played by unknown performers.


Crewmembers Edit

These crewmembers served aboard the Enterprise under Pike's command in 2254. (TOS: "The Cage")

Transporter guard Edit

USS Enterprise operations security 3, 2254

Guard outside the transporter room

This officer, wearing a heavy jacket, stood guard outside the transporter room as a landing party made final preparations before attempting to beam down to Talos IV. He remained there throughout the return of Pike and company from the planet's surface. (TOS: "The Cage")

This guard was portrayed by an unknown actor.
This officer's jacket was adorned with a white stripe, an indicator worn by both chief petty and commissioned officers.


2260s - Early 2270s Edit

Galactic barrier casualties Edit

These nine crewmembers were killed when the Enterprise made contact with the galactic barrier in 2265. Their autopsies showed that a section of their brains were burned out. (TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before")

These crewmen were only mentioned in dialogue.

Crewman #1 Edit

This crewman, serving in the command division, was on the bridge of the Enterprise in 2265 when Lieutenant Kelso called the briefing lounge to report the status on locating the SS Valiant's disaster recorder. This crewman was later in the corridor.

Following the Enterprise's crippling encounter with the galactic barrier, he was assigned to the repair party consisting of the engineering staff that assisted Kelso on Delta Vega in regenerating the main engines aboard the Enterprise. His role was to help safely bypass the mining station's fuel bins which involved rearranging a number of cables in the control room. Following the success of repair, he returned to the ship with a toolbox, where after, Kirk noted him a commendation for his work in the captain's log. (TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before")

He later transferred and became a sciences division technician where he was a member of the away team surveying planet Alfa 177 in 2266. When the ship's transporter malfunctioned, he was stranded on the surface along with Sulu, Leslie, and a third sciences technician. (TOS: "The Enemy Within")

The crewman was played by an unknown actor.

Crewman #2 Edit

USS Enterprise crewman 3

As a transporter assistant

This technician, while assigned to the command division, was present in a corridor when Harry Mudd and his "cargo" of three women visited the ship in 2266. (TOS: "Mudd's Women")

He later worked in the operations division as a transporter crewman, by loading the transporter pad then assisting Lieutenant Berkley, when the Enterprise was making an exchange of material from Tantalus V in which Dr. Simon Van Gelder was later discovered. He was knocked unconscious while he was recording notes from the transporter system and had his operations division jumpsuit stolen by Van Gelder. (TOS: "Dagger of the Mind")

The crewman was played by an unknown actor.

Crewman #3 Edit

This crewman served aboard the Enterprise during the late 2260s. He was seemingly unhappy with his positions aboard the Enterprise, having transferred departments at a regular frequency.

In 2266, he was assigned to the command division, when he passed Magda Kovacs in the corridor, where he gave her a grin. He later passed Captain Kirk's cabin as Ben Childress and Herm Gossett were entering it. (TOS: "Mudd's Women")

Later that year, he was doing maintenance work with a sciences technician on a corridor, where he was passed by the M-113 creature posing as Crewman Green. He was wearing a beige technician jumpsuit at that time. (TOS: "The Man Trap")

Later again that same year, after he had transferred to the sciences division, and while on his way to his duty assignment, he and Bobby were encountered on level two, corridor three by a rapier-wielding Lieutenant Sulu, who was under the influence of the Psi 2000 virus declared "Richelieu, beware!" Sulu eventually called the two "cowards" after they ran back the way they came. Their incident was later reported to the bridge. (TOS: "The Naked Time")

Both men Sulu confronted were identified in the script as "crewmen".

Still in the sciences division, he was serving on the bridge, when the Enterprise received a distress call from the Romulan Neutral Zone, still the same year. (TOS: "Balance of Terror")

He once again transferred back to the command division one last time, and was later present in Recreation Room 6 when Charles Evans visited the Enterprise. (TOS: "Charlie X") He was again present in the recreation room when Lazarus visited the Enterprise. (TOS: "The Alternative Factor")

The crewman was played by an unknown actor.

Crewman #4 Edit

This crew woman was present in the recreation room, when Charles Evans visited the Enterprise in 2266. (TOS: "Charlie X")

The same year, she was listening to Uhura's performance of "Beyond Antares" in the recreation room. Later, she was present in the audience, when the Karidian Company of Players performed Hamlet. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King")

In 2267, she was present on the bridge during the shuttlecraft search and after the Enterprise left Taurus II. (TOS: "The Galileo Seven")

The same year, wearing a sciences division uniform, she was present on the bridge when the Enterprise encountered the planet Gothos. (TOS: "The Squire of Gothos")

Still the same year, she delivered some equipment to the bridge following the discovery of Lazarus on the surface of an iron-silica planet. She was present in the recreation room, when Lazarus visited the Enterprise, the same year. (TOS: "The Alternative Factor")

After returning to the command division, she would be present in the recreation room when Uhura introduced her newly found pets, the tribbles, to her crewmates in 2268. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles")

This crew woman was played by an unknown actress.

Crewman #5 Edit

This crew woman served aboard the Enterprise during the late 2260s.

In 2266, while serving in the command division, was present in a corridor and in Recreation Room 6 when Charles Evans visited the Enterprise. She stood over Charlie's shoulder as he performed card tricks for Janice Rand. She later served as a relief for Uhura at the communications station after the station short circuited and injured Uhura. (TOS: "Charlie X")

Later that year, she attended the aborted wedding of Angela Martine and Robert Tomlinson, sitting in the front row next to Brent. (TOS: "Balance of Terror")

She was later present on the bridge when the Enterprise discovered Roger Korby on Exo III. She and a sciences crewman shared in Christine Chapel's joy after contact was made with her fiancée. She was later walking in the corridor, passing by Spock when he visited Kirk's quarters. (TOS: "What Are Little Girls Made Of?")

In 2267, after transferring to the sciences division, she was present on the bridge when the Enterprise surveyed the Murasaki 312 quasar. She manned the communications station, while Uhura was scanning the Taurean system at the science station. (TOS: "The Galileo Seven")

In 2268, she was present on the bridge when the Enterprise searched for Spock's missing brain, leading them to the Sigma Draconis system. (TOS: "Spock's Brain")

The crew woman was played by an unknown actress.

Crewmen #6 – 8 Edit

During Charles Evans' visit in 2266, these two crew women, along with third off-duty officer, were performing gymnastics in the ship's gymnasium.

Nearby, two other crewmen were sparring with each other using pugil sticks. (TOS: "Charlie X")

Crewman #9 Edit

This crewman served as a command division helmsman aboard the Enterprise in 2266. (TOS: "Charlie X")

Two years later, he served as an operations division assistant to Chief Engineer Scott in main engineering, when the Enterprise tried to divert an asteroid from hitting the planet Amerind. (TOS: "The Paradise Syndrome")

This crewman was played by actor John Lindesmith. He only received credit for his second appearance and was credited as "Engineer".

Crewman #10 Edit

This crewman served in both the sciences and operations divisions.

He was present in sickbay, wearing a standard issue sciences uniform, when Captain Kirk made a ship-wide announcement, during the Romulan Neutral Zone incident in 2266. A short time later, while wearing an engineering jumpsuit, he was in the corridor near the briefing room when the Enterprise approached the comet Icarus IV. Following the conclusion of the engagement with the Romulans, again wearing a sciences uniform, he walked past the ship's chapel where Kirk was comforting Angela Martine. (TOS: "Balance of Terror")

Later that year, he was present on the bridge when the Enterprise discovered Roger Korby on Exo III. He and a command crew woman shared in the happiness felt by Christine Chapel when contact was made with her fiancée. (TOS: "What Are Little Girls Made Of?")

This crewman was present in the recreation room, listening to Uhura's performance of "Beyond Antares" in 2266. Later, he was a member of the audience at the Karidian Company of Players' performance of Hamlet. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King")

In 2267, he was among the three security guards who escorted Khan Noonien Singh for his trial in the Enterprise's briefing room. Earlier, he was present in main engineering, when Khan took over control of the Enterprise, and held at gunpoint by an augment guard. (TOS: "Space Seed")

The same year, he was present on the bridge during the Federation-Klingon War that broke out near Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

In 2268, he was in a corridor, when Kirk announced the arrival of Medusan Ambassador Kollos and emptied the ship's corridors. (TOS: "Is There in Truth No Beauty?")

This crewman was played by an unknown actor.

Crewman #11 Edit

This crew woman served aboard the Enterprise in 2266 and 2267.

In late-2266, she served in the sciences division, and was present among the audience when the Karidian Company of Players performed Hamlet on board the Enterprise. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King")

She was present on the bridge when the Enterprise encountered the planet Gothos, in 2267. (TOS: "The Squire of Gothos")

She later joined Charlene Masters for sub-par coffee in the ship's recreation lounge during the Lazarus/anti-Lazarus encounter, the same year. (TOS: "The Alternative Factor")

Later the same year, she deserted the ship to join the Omicron colony while under the influence of the pod plants' spores. (TOS: "This Side of Paradise")

In 2267, while serving in the operations division, she was stationed on the bridge during the Enterprise's visit to Janus VI. (TOS: "The Devil in the Dark")

The same year, she took the tape reader Kirk used to decode the directive tape notifying the Enterprise to suspect a surprise attack, a prelude to the Federation-Klingon War that broke out near Organia. She was later on the bridge as the Enterprise departed Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

Still the same year, she was present on the bridge when the Enterprise visited Deneva and encountered a suicidal Denevan ship. (TOS: "Operation -- Annihilate!")

The crew woman was played by Carey Foster.

Crewman #12 Edit

In 2266, this crew woman, wearing a sciences division uniform, was present in a corridor when Lenore Karidian planted a bomb in Captain Kirk's quarters. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King")

She was later present on the bridge when the Enterprise discovered the SS Botany Bay in 2267. (TOS: "Space Seed")

Transferring to the operations division, she was in a corridor when the Enterprise visited Gamma Hydra IV, later the same year. (TOS: "The Deadly Years")

She was affected by the energy being drained away from the ship and crew, and were treated in sickbay, when the Enterprise encountered a giant single cell lifeform in 2268. (TOS: "The Immunity Syndrome")

This crew woman was played by an unknown actress.

Crewman #13 Edit

USS Enterprise crew woman 2, command

Command and sciences division crew woman

This crew woman served aboard the Enterprise in 2267 and 2268.

In 2267, she served in the command division when she entered the recreation room as Lieutenant Charlene Masters was leaving. (TOS: "The Alternative Factor")

The following year, she passed by McCoy and Spock as McCoy discussed his odd feelings about the ship's new crewman, Lieutenant Norman. (TOS: "I, Mudd")

The same year, she was present in a corridor during red alert, when the Enterprise visited Deep Space Station K-7. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles")

This crew woman was played by an unknown actress.


Crewman #14 Edit

USS Enterprise crew woman 3, command

Command and operations division crew woman

This crew woman served aboard the Enterprise in 2267. She was infected by the spores of Omicron Ceti III and transported down to join the colony on the planet. After she recovered, she was present on the bridge when the Enterprise left the planet. (TOS: "This Side of Paradise")

Later the same year, she wore an operations division uniform when she was present on the bridge during the Federation-Klingon War that broke-out near Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

This crew woman was played by an unknown performer.


Crewman #15 Edit

USS Enterprise crew woman 5, operations

A female yeoman

This crew woman served aboard the Enterprise during the late-2260s.

In 2267, she was among the crew that deserted the ship at the Omicron colony while under the influence of the pod plants' spores. (TOS: "This Side of Paradise")

Later that year, while serving in the operations division, she was present on the hearing assembled by Commodore Stocker to determine if Captain Kirk, suffering from rapid aging, was capable of commanding the Enterprise. She served as court recorder at the hearing. (TOS: "The Deadly Years")

In 2268, while serving in the sciences division, she was present in the briefing room when Uhura introduced tribbles to her crewmates. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles")

In 2269, she was among the audience when Doctor Sevrin's followers performed a jam session on the ship. (TOS: "The Way to Eden")

This crew woman was played by an unknown actress. She also appeared in a deleted scene in "I, Mudd", wearing a gold command uniform. [1]

Crewman #16 Edit

This crewman was on board the USS Enterprise in 2267 when the crew came under the influence of the pod plants' spores in 2267. (TOS: "This Side of Paradise")

This crewman was played by Fred Shue.

Crewman #17 Edit

USS Enterprise crew woman 9, command

Command and sciences division crew woman

This crew woman was present in a corridor in 2268, when Captain Kirk ordered corridors to be emptied, after the arrival of Ambassador Kollos on board. (TOS: "Is There in Truth No Beauty?")

This crew woman was played by an unknown actress.


Crewman #18 Edit

A female crewmember was responsible for an explosion which threw Lieutenant Commander Montgomery Scott against a bulkhead in 2267. Doctor Leonard McCoy opined that the incident might ultimately cause him to resent women altogether and recommended a medical leave on Argelius II as a remedy, as it would help him to associate women with a pleasurable experience again. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Crewman #19 Edit

This crewman served in both the sciences and operations divisions in 2268.

While in the sciences division, this crewman worked on the bridge when the ship tried to escape from inside a space amoeba. He was thrown through the bridge twice. (TOS: "The Immunity Syndrome")

The same year, when working as an engineering crewman, he clashed with Chief Engineer Scott in the auxiliary control center, while he was under the powers of Gorgan and the children from Triacus in 2268. (TOS: "And the Children Shall Lead")

Later that year, he fainted in main engineering, when the interspace mental degradation affected him. (TOS: "The Tholian Web")

Still the same year, he was present on the bridge, manning the engineering station, when the Enterprise visited the planet Scalos. (TOS: "Wink of an Eye")

This crewman was played by stunt actor Jay Jones.

Crewman #20 Edit

This crewman was present on the bridge in 2268, when the Enterprise left the planet Elas. (TOS: "Elaan of Troyius")

He was walking in a corridor, when Kara transported herself to the Enterprise and sedated the entire crew, the same year. (TOS: "Spock's Brain")

Also that year, he was also present in a corridor when Captain Kirk announced the presence of Ambassador Kollos on board, and ordered the corridors to be emptied. (TOS: "Is There in Truth No Beauty?")

The same year, he transferred to the operations division and was present at Kirk's memorial service, when the captain was presumed dead on board the USS Defiant. (TOS: "The Tholian Web")

Later, while serving as a security guard he was summoned by Lieutenant Johnson to the transporter room along with Roger Lemli, where he assisted in collecting weapons and escorting Kang and his surviving Klingon crew when they were confined to the crew lounge on Kirk's orders. (TOS: "Day of the Dove")

He later appeared in the corridor when Dr. Sevrin and his followers hijacked the Enterprise. (TOS: "The Way to Eden")

This crewman was played by an unknown actor. His final appearance was via recycled footage from "Spock's Brain".

Crewman #21 Edit

This crewman served in both the sciences and operations divisions.

He was present when Dr. Sevrin was examined in sickbay in 2269. (TOS: "The Way to Eden")

He also was called upon to arrest Spock (with another security guard) by Janice Lester whose body was possessed by Captain Kirk in 2269. (TOS: "Turnabout Intruder")

This crewman was played by James Drake.

Lieutenant #1 Edit

USS Enterprise lieutenant 1

Command and sciences division lieutenant

USS Enterprise sciences crew woman 13

In the sciences division

This female lieutenant was serving on the Enterprise in 2266, during the encounter with the First Federation. (TOS: "The Corbomite Maneuver")

She was still serving on the Enterprise in 2267, and was present on the bridge when the Botany Bay was found drifting in space. (TOS: "Space Seed")

She was again present at the bridge, when the Enterprise visited Pyris VII, the same year. (TOS: "Catspaw")

The same year, she was present on the bridge, handing a report to Commodore Matt Decker when the Enterprise encountered the planet killer. Earlier, she was present on the bridge when the Enterprise went to red alert upon discovering the USS Constellation. (TOS: "The Doomsday Machine")

She was present on the bridge when the Enterprise encountered Nomad, the same year. (TOS: "The Changeling")

Still the same year, she was on the bridge, when the Enterprise entered the Romulan Neutral Zone by the orders of Commodore Stocker. (TOS: "The Deadly Years")

In 2268, she served as relief communications officer on the bridge, when Lieutenant Uhura was kidnapped by the Providers of Triskelion. (TOS: "The Gamesters of Triskelion")

The same year, she was affected by the power drain, when the ship encountered a giant single cell lifeform, and went to sickbay for treatment. (TOS: "The Immunity Syndrome")

Still the same year, she was present on the bridge, when the Enterprise found the USS Exeter in orbit around Omega IV. (TOS: "The Omega Glory")

Later she transferred to the sciences department, and wore a blue sciences uniform. Still in 2268, she fainted in a corridor when Kara intruded to the ship and rendered the entire crew unconscious in 2268. (TOS: "Spock's Brain")

The same year, she was in a corridor, when it was emptied, as Ambassador Kollos was taken to his quarters. (TOS: "Is There in Truth No Beauty?")

Still the same year, she was present on the bridge when the Enterprise visited Platonius. (TOS: "Plato's Stepchildren")

Later the same year, she (apparently as a yeoman in red uniform) served drinks to Captain Kirk, Spock, and Bele. (TOS: "Let That Be Your Last Battlefield")

In 2269, (back in sciences blue) she was in a corridor when Dr. Sevrin and his followers hijacked the Enterprise. (TOS: "The Way to Eden")

This lieutenant was played by an unknown actress.
Her appearance in "The Way to Eden" is via recycled footage from "Spock's Brain".
She also appeared in the background (in blue sciences uniform) in a deleted scene in "Elaan of Troyius".

Lieutenant #2 Edit

This crewman was present on the Enterprise when Harry Mudd visited the ship in 2266. He was lurking when Mudd's three "cargo women" were strolling down a corridor, while working as a member of the engineering division. (TOS: "Mudd's Women")

Later the same year, he served as a security guard, when the insane Simon Van Gelder got on board the vessel from Tantalus V. Van Gelder knocked him unconscious while he was patrolling on a corridor, then stole his phaser. (TOS: "Dagger of the Mind")

Still the same year, while serving in the sciences division, he was present among the audience when the Karidian Company of Players performed Hamlet aboard. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King").

By 2267, he had transferred to the command division and was promoted to full lieutenant. That year he delivered some equipment to the bridge while the Enterprise was investigating the SS Botany Bay discovered adrift in space. (TOS: "Space Seed")

He still served on board when the ship visited Argelius II in 2267. He was sedated by Doctor McCoy's injection on the bridge, when the vessel was taken over by the Redjac entity. He was later also present in a corridor. (TOS: "Wolf in the Fold")

Later that year, he rushed to the bridge when the ship's power was drained by the machine Vaal, near Gamma Trianguli VI. (TOS: "The Apple")

This crewman/lieutenant was played by an unknown performer.
He was identified in the "Dagger of the Mind" script as one of the "S & C Security Crewmen".

Lieutenant #3 Edit

This crewman was assigned to several positions aboard the Enterprise in 2266.

That year, while donning a sciences division uniform, he delivered a report to Captain Kirk on the bridge. Later, he was present in the recreation room when Lieutenant Joe Tormolen attempted suicide, under the influence of the Psi 2000 virus in 2266. (TOS: "The Naked Time")

He later transferred to the command division and was promoted to lieutenant, where after he was in Recreation Room 6 when Charles Evans visited the Enterprise. Afterwords, he served as the ship's helmsman when the Thasian ship rendezvoused with the Enterprise. (TOS: "Charlie X")

Later that year, when the Enterprise received notification that Earth Outpost 4 was under attack by an unidentified space vessel and was put on red alert, he was wearing an operations division jumpsuit as he ran through the corridor to his post. (TOS: "Balance of Terror")

The crewman was played by an unknown actor.

Lieutenant #4 Edit

This female lieutenant served aboard the Enterprise in 2266.

That year, she was present in the recreation room when Lieutenant Joe Tormolen attempted suicide, while he was under the influence of the Psi 2000 virus. (TOS: "The Naked Time")

Later that year, she was present at the wedding of Robert Tomlinson and Angela Martine, where she escorted the bride to the ship's chapel, in a role equivalent to that of the maid of honor. (TOS: "Balance of Terror")

This female lieutenant was played by an unknown actress.

Lieutenant #5 Edit

This crewman served aboard the USS Enterprise under Captain Kirk during the 2260s.

While serving in the sciences division in 2266, he carried a tool box as he walked in the corridor while Charlie Evans passed by approaching Janice Rand with a gift of perfume. He was later present in Recreation Room 6 on Deck 3 sometime after 1400 hours, enjoying a beverage, before completing his maintenance work in another corridor, with the help of a female lieutenant, when they were passed by Evans. He was later walking down another corridor when he, a male command division lieutenant, and a sciences technician were shoved to the wall by an angry Evans. (TOS: "Charlie X")

In 2267, he was assigned as an operations division security guard with the rank of lieutenant, when he and another security guard were posted in sickbay when Nomad brought Montgomery Scott back to life. He was then given the duty of escorting Nomad to the top security cell in the brig. He and the second guard stood watch at the security cell, and later watched on as Nomad passed through the cell's force field, forcing the two to draw their phasers and fire at the probe. The phasers proved ineffective, and they were seemingly vaporized by the Nomad. When Spock later arrived in main engineering, where Nomad had relocated, he informed Kirk that "the guards have vanished. I must assume they are dead." Infuriated, Kirk scolded Nomad for killing two of his men. (TOS: "The Changeling")

The following year he remained a security guard, this time without his lieutenant braid, when he fought against Spock, who had gone mad from looking at Ambassador Kollos without a visor. (TOS: "Is There in Truth No Beauty?")

Later the same year, he regained his lieutenant's braid, while now serving in the command division when he was present at Kirk's memorial service after it was presumed the Captain had been lost onboard the USS Defiant. (TOS: "The Tholian Web")

Played by an unknown actor, who also appeared as his own mirror universe counterpart in "Mirror, Mirror". He is one of the few redshirts to die and reappear again for an unknown reason.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Ensign Davis.

Lieutenant #6 Edit

This crewman served aboard the Enterprise during the mid-2260s.

While serving in the operations division (in a uniform with no rank stripes), in 2266, when he was present at the aborted wedding of Robert Tomlinson and Angela Martine; he was Tomlinson's best man. When the Enterprise received notification that Earth Outpost 4 was under attack by an unidentified space vessel and was put on red alert, he quickly left the ship's chapel and was seen wearing a protective suit as he ran through the corridor to his post. He was seen in his red uniform again, working in the phaser control room. A short time later, while still wearing his protective suit, he was in the corridor near the briefing room when the Enterprise approached the comet Icarus IV. (TOS: "Balance of Terror")

Later that year, he served in the command division, with the rank of lieutenant, when he served as the helmsman when the ship both entered orbit of, and departed, Exo III. (TOS: "What Are Little Girls Made Of?")

This lieutenant was played by an unknown performer.

Lieutenant #7 Edit

USS Enterprise lieutenant 2, command

A lieutenant in all three divisions

This lieutenant served aboard the Enterprise during the mid-2260s.

While serving in the operations division (wearing a technician's jumpsuit) in 2266, he was present in a corridor when Lenore Karidian placed a phaser set to overload in Captain Kirk's quarters. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King")

Later that year, while serving in the sciences division (wearing a technician's jumpsuit), he exited the bridge when the Enterprise visited Organia, in 2267. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

In 2267, while serving in the command division, he served as the ship's navigator when the Enterprise visited Deneva and encountered a suicidal Denevan ship. (TOS: "Operation -- Annihilate!")

The lieutenant was played by an unknown performer.

Lieutenant #8 Edit

USS Enterprise lieutenant 3, sciences

Sciences division technician

This technician was present on the bridge when the Enterprise visited Starbase 11 in 2267. (TOS: "The Menagerie, Part I")

The same year, he was present on the bridge (wearing a gold command uniform with lieutenant stripes) when the Enterprise encountered the planet Gothos. (TOS: "The Squire of Gothos")

He was also present in the recreation room when Lazarus visited the Enterprise, the same year. Somewhat later, he was also present on the bridge (this time wearing a red operations division uniform). (TOS: "The Alternative Factor")

This officer was played by an unknown actor.

Lieutenant #9 Edit

This lieutenant served aboard the Enterprise in 2267.

That year, he was assigned as an operations division security officer during the initial landing party on an uncharted iron-silica planet where Lazarus/anti-Lazarus were discovered.

Later, during that mission, he was present in the recreation room, wearing a sciences division jumpsuit, when Lazarus met Lieutenant Charlene Masters there. (TOS: "The Alternative Factor")

This lieutenant was played by Vince Calenti.

Lieutenant #10 Edit

USS Enterprise lieutenant 5, operations

A security guard

This lieutenant served aboard the Enterprise in 2267. He was assigned as security guard to Lazarus when he visited the Enterprise. (TOS: "The Alternative Factor")

He was played by an unknown actor.


Lieutenant #11 Edit

In 2267, This lieutenant, while working in the command division sat at the helm, while Lieutenant Leslie sat in the command chair. (TOS: "The Alternative Factor")

The same year, he deserted and beamed down to Omicron Ceti III under the influence of the pod plants' spores. (TOS: "This Side of Paradise")

Still the same year, he was present on the bridge when the Enterprise left Janus VI. (TOS: "The Devil in the Dark")

Later that year, while wearing a sciences division uniform, this lieutenant sat at the navigator post, during the Klingon affair near Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

He remained as navigator in 2268, though returning to the command division, during the Enterprise's mission to Argus X. (TOS: "Obsession")

This lieutenant was played by an unknown actor.

Lieutenant #12 Edit

This crewman served aboard the USS Enterprise under Captain Kirk during the late 2260s.

He served in the operations division as a security guard when was among the detail that escorted Lieutenant Commander Scott on Capella IV in 2267. (TOS: "Friday's Child")

While serving in the command division, he was exiting the turbolift as the Enterprise went to red alert as it came under attack by Nomad. (TOS: "The Changeling")

He later served on the bridge and was in a corridor when the Enterprise left Gamma Trianguli VI. (TOS: "The Apple")

Later that year, he guarded the brig when the mirror universe counterparts of James T. Kirk, Leonard McCoy, Montgomery Scott, and Nyota Uhura were held there by Spock. (TOS: "Mirror, Mirror")

He later served in the command division, and was present on a corridor when the Enterprise visited Gamma Hydra IV. (TOS: "The Deadly Years")

In 2268, once again serving as a security guard, he joined Lieutenant Rowe in responding to the auxiliary control center, when the android Norman took over control of the Enterprise. He and a second guard were instructed by Rowe to take care of the injured Ensign Jordan. (TOS: "I, Mudd")

The same year, he was also present in the recreation room, when Uhura introduced tribbles to her crewmates, and when the tribble-infested recreation room, when Kirk and Spock visited it, to have lunch. He was later assigned to keep order among the shore leave participants when the ship visited Deep Space Station K-7. Instead, he participated in the bar fight between the Enterprise crew and the IKS Gr'oth personnel. He was confined to his quarters afterwards. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles"; DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations")

He was among the honor guard, greeting Ambassador Sarek on the Enterprise, the same year. Later, he served in the command division as a relief navigator when the Orion scout ship attacked the Enterprise. (TOS: "Journey to Babel")

He accompanied Captain Kirk to Ensign Garrovick's quarters when Spock was attacked by the dikironium cloud creature inside, the same year. (TOS: "Obsession")

He was present on the bridge when the Enterprise encountered a giant single cell lifeform, the same year. (TOS: "The Immunity Syndrome")

The same year, he was present in main engineering, and was placed in "frozen" and motionless stasis by Tomar as the Kelvans attempted to hijack the Enterprise and take it to the Andromeda Galaxy. A short time later, he would have been considered one of many non-essential personnel and the Kelvans would have neutralized and reduced him into a dehydrated porous cuboctahedron solid, the size of a Human fist, composed of his base minerals which represented the "distilled" essence of his being. He would have been reconstituted after the four commanding officers, not neutralized, regained control of the ship. (TOS: "By Any Other Name")

He was guarding Gary Seven in the brig, when the Enterprise traveled back in time to 1968. Seven escaped and sedated the crewman. (TOS: "Assignment: Earth")

He was guarding Kryton in main engineering along with Roger Lemli and Evans, after Kryton sabotaged the dilithium crystal chamber, the same year. (TOS: "Elaan of Troyius")

Along with Lemli, he escorted the captured Romulan commander to the Enterprise bridge, the same year. (TOS: "The Enterprise Incident")

Still the same year, he was called to the bridge (again, with Lemli) to arrest the intruder Kara, soon before she rendered the entire crew unconscious. Later, he was also a member of the away team on Sigma Draconis VI, and remained on the surface with Ensign Chekov and another security guard, to keep contact with the ship. (TOS: "Spock's Brain")

Played by an unknown actor, who also appeared as his own mirror universe counterpart in "Mirror, Mirror", as well as an Ekosian SS guard in "Patterns of Force".
He also appeared in "Catspaw" as a member of a security guard rescue party unable to beam down however it ended up as a deleted scene.

Lieutenant #13 Edit

USS Enterprise lieutenant 4, operations

A security lieutenant

This lieutenant was guarding the bridge near the turbolift door, when the Enterprise discovered the remains of the USS Constellation in 2267. (TOS: "The Doomsday Machine")

In 2268, he participated in the fight between the Enterprise crewmembers and the Klingon personnel of IKS Gro'th on Deep Space Station K-7. Later he was interrogated by Captain Kirk. After he was released from quarters confinement, he was present in the recreation room, visited by Kirk and Spock. He was wearing a blue sciences uniform during these events. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles"; DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations")

This lieutenant was played by an unknown performer.
Star Trek: The Card Game gives his name as Lt. Thom Parham, ship's cartographer.

Lieutenant #14 Edit

This lieutenant served aboard the USS Enterprise in 2268.

That year he was on duty, while serving in the sciences division, during the ship's visit to Deep Space Station K-7. Initially, He participated in the brawl between Enterprise personnel and the Klingon crew of the IKS Gr'oth. He was subsequently interrogated by Kirk for his role in the fight, before being confined to his quarters. He was later present in the recreation room when Kirk and Spock later visited it, and observed the tribble infestation aboard the ship. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles"; DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations")

Later the same year, while serving in the command division, he was attended the memorial for Captain Kirk, when it was presumed that he had died aboard the USS Defiant. (TOS: "The Tholian Web")

This lieutenant was played by an unknown actor.

Rigelian fever victims Edit

According to James T. Kirk's Captain's log, as of his recording the log, twenty-six crewmen had contracted Rigelian fever. Of those 26, three crewmen had died.

Later, Montgomery Scott reported that nearly everyone onboard had come down with the illness. (TOS: "Requiem for Methuselah")

These crewmen were only mentioned in dialogue.

Section chief Edit

This section chief reported to Commander Spock while crew searched for the "evil" transporter duplicate of James T. Kirk in 2266.

He informed Spock that transporter technician Wilson was found injured near the captain's cabin after having been attacked by the "evil" Kirk. He further reported that that Kirk had taken Wilson's hand phaser. Spock acknowledged the report and had the search continue. (TOS: "The Enemy Within")

This character appeared as an off-screen voiceover.
This "voice", as described in the final draft of the script, was portrayed by an unknown actor.

Mid 2270s Edit

Andorian officers Edit

Two Andorian officers were among the majority of the crew that attended the briefing on V'ger. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

The novel Ex Machina identifies the Andorian in the second picture as "Shantherin th'Clane".


Arcturian crewmember Edit

Arcturian crewman 1, 2270s

Arcturian crewmember

An Arcturian crewmember was among the crew on the recreational deck gathering. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

The Arcturian was played by an unknown actor.
The comic story "Dilithium Dilemma" features an Arcturian crewmember named Ensign Taskul. The comic strip The Real McCoy shows another Arcturian crewmember called Ensign Tagsut. The Arcturian pictured here could be either of these.

Officers in Native American garb Edit

Two female and one male officers in Native American garb were among the crew that attended the briefing on V'ger at the recreation deck. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

Rec deck crewmembers Edit

These Starfleet crewmembers attended the briefing on the recreation deck of the USS Enterprise in the 2270s. They were witnesses to the destruction of the Epsilon IX station during the briefing. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

All 170 crewmembers were played by extras, production staff members, and fans and most of them received no on-screen credit for their appearances. They were cast by a cattle call, organized by Bjo Trimble and had to fulfill these special requests: "aged between 20 and 40, men from 5'8" to 6'2", sizes 40-42, and women from 5'6" to 5'8', sizes 8-10."

Saurian crewmember Edit

Saurian crewmember 2

A Saurian crewmember

A Saurian crewmember was present during the briefing on V'ger on the recreation deck and witnessed the destruction of the Epsilon IX station. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

He was played by "Vincent".


Sickbay patient Edit

USS Enterprise sickbay patient, 2270s

A crewmember in sickbay

This crewmember was treated in sickbay when Spock was also held there, after his mind meld with V'ger. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

He was played by an unknown performer.


Bridge technician Edit

This technician was on the USS Enterprise in the 2270s. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

Jeri McBride and Walter Koenig

Production photo of Walter Koenig and McBride

This technician was played by Jeri McBride.
Her role was identified by the film's call sheet. Her scenes were filmed 28 September 1978.


Technical assistants Edit

These technical assistants were on the USS Enterprise in the 2270s. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

These assistants were played by Junero Jennings and Sayra Hummel.

Transporter accident victim Edit

USS Enterprise transporter accident victim, 2270s

A transporter accident victim

This transporter accident victim and Sonak were killed in a transporter accident shortly before the starship left to deal with the V'ger crisis in the mid-2270s. The ship's transporter was temporarily out of order that time; Janice Rand operated the transporter when she saw their silhouettes being deformed, and despite Kirk's attempts to complete the transfer, they disappeared. When Kirk asked Starfleet if they ended up with their disfigured masses, a transporter operator at Starfleet Headquarters said what he saw were fortunate that they didn't live long. Kirk then asked HQ to express his condolences to her family. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

Star Trek Calendar, March 1980
She was played by Susan J. Sullivan and given the name Lori Ciana (β) in the novelization. The novel Forgotten History places her in a relationship with Kirk following his promotion to rear admiral.
In the DVD audio commentary for the Director's Cut, director Robert Wise suggested this officer was the Enterprise's original navigator and that Ilia was a last-minute replacement. Will Decker's surprised reaction at her arrival seemed to support this.

Rhaandarite crewmembers Edit

Two Rhaandarite crewmembers were present during the briefing on V'ger on the recreation deck and witnessed the destruction of the Epsilon IX station. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

Zaranite officers Edit

Two Zaranite officers were present during the briefing on V'ger on the recreation deck and witnessed the destruction of the Epsilon IX station. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

The novel Ex Machina identifies the Zaranite in the left picture as "Chezrava".


2280s Edit

Crewman #25 Edit

This crewman was on board the USS Enterprise in 2285. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

The crewman was played by Chuck Powers.

Crewman #26 Edit

This crewman, who served during the Enterprise's ill fated training cruise, wore a Starfleet protective suit with a helmet in 2285. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

He was later present when Admiral Morrow visited the Enterprise after its return to the Earth Spacedock in 2285. They were all given orders by the admiral "not to discuss with anyone your knowledge of Genesis, [and to] [c]onsider it a quarantined planet. And a forbidden subject." (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

He was played by stunt actor Steve Blalock.

Return crew Edit

These crewmembers, consisting of both officers and trainees who survived the ill fated training cruise, were present when Admiral Morrow visited the Enterprise after its return to the Earth Spacedock in 2285. They were all given orders by the Admiral "not to discuss with anyone your knowledge of Genesis, [and to] [c]onsider it a quarantined planet. And a forbidden subject." (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

The large, bald alien with a sharp ridges above each eye was of the same species as the female alien who appeared in the San Francisco bar scenes.
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