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- They're not just names... It's important we remember that. We have to remember...
In 2152, when the Enterprise NX-01 was struck by a Romulan orbital mine, Captain Jonathan Archer asked Lieutenant Malcolm Reed if there were any casualty reports. Reed stated that there were seventeen so far, but no fatalities. (ENT: "Minefield")
In 2267, Mea 3 explained to James T. Kirk that Anan 7 was busy coordinating casualty lists when the captain told her he wished to see the Eminian. An upset Kirk threatened that "He'll have more casualty lists than he knows what to do with if he doesn't get in here and talk to me." (TOS: "A Taste of Armageddon")
In 2368, when the USS Enterprise-D was caught in a temporal causality loop and clipped by the USS Bozeman, Commander William T. Riker asked for a damage report and Doctor Beverly Crusher stated that casualty reports were coming in from all over the ship. (TNG: "Cause and Effect")
During the Dominion War, Captain Sisko had the grim honor of posting weekly casualty reports in the wardroom of Deep Space 9. They were usually posted on Fridays. There was a time when every week brought sorrow to the station as the crew began finding old friends and acquaintances' names on the reports. He always made sure he read the names, feeling it was the least he could do for the men and women who had lost their lives.
Doctor Bashir and Commander Dax often discussed whom they had lost each week. One week when the only recognizable name on the list was a friend of a friend of Dax's, Bashir observed that, considering recent events, it was a good start for the week.
After a particularly bloody battle at AR-558 later that week, Captain Sisko gained a new appreciation for the names on the casualty report as the names on the list came to life. (DS9: "The Siege of AR-558")
On another posting, Dax lost a longtime friend, Leslie Wong, in a likely Dominion sneak-attack along the border with the Romulan Empire, which had a non-aggression pact with the Dominion at the time. (DS9: "In the Pale Moonlight")
A casualty report may also be given as an update to the status of the crew when casualties occur during a situation instead of afterward. After Captain Hikaru Sulu asked for a damage report, Janice Rand reported nineteen wounded from the incoming casualty reports. (VOY: "Flashback")
In 2375, Captain Kathryn Janeway asked Neelix for a casualty report in a tongue-in-cheek manner regarding his cosmetic alterations to Seven of Nine in an attempt to deceive the series 5 long-range tactical armor unit that took over The Doctor's holomatrix. (VOY: "Warhead")
Voyager casualty readoutEdit
|ENS. MARIE KAPLAN||LT. COMMANDER T. ZIEGLER|
|ENS. LYNDSAY BALLARD||LIEUTENANT J. LYMAN|
|TECH. TIMOTHY LANG||LIEUTENANT S. SEABORN|
|COMMANDER J. BARTLETT||ENS. CLAUDIA J. CRAIG|
|LT. COMMANDER L. MCGARRY||ENS. CHARLES YOUNG|
Dominion War casualties Edit
Wardroom casualty readout Edit
PADD casualty readout Edit
Allied combined casualty readout Edit
|Personnel Status Update|
| Allied Command, Combined Federation, Klingon and Romulan forces.|
Official list of Allied personnel killed, wounded or missing in action.