This corporal was a trooper guard who stood to the right of the Ekosian Chancellery's front door. When Kirk and Spock attempted to enter the Chancellery, but were discovered by a suspicious major, he apprehended Spock on the major's orders.
This corporal (Gefreiter or SS Sturmmann – "storm trooper") was bumped into by a disguised Kirk in the hall. Kirk pick-pocketed the corporal's keys. When the man realized his lets were missing he returned, and was knocked unconscious by Isak. Spock took the uniform. (TOS: "Patterns of Force")
This SS lieutenant attempted to apprehend Captain Kirk and Spock shortly after their beam down to Ekos. Upon seeing Spock's alien features, he declared, "What kind of monsters are the Zeons sending against us?" In a bit of confusion, Kirk pushed Spock away, and agreed with the Lieutenant, stating of Spock, "You're right, he's not one of us!" Confused on the part about "us", Kirk stepped behind the lieutenant and disabled him with a judo chop to the neck. Spock then stole his uniform. (TOS: "Patterns of Force")
This officer, played by Ralph Maurer, was a "bit" role identified as a "S.S. Lieutenant" in both the shooting schedule and end credits. He was also identified in the shooting schedule as "Spock Dbl Wardrobe".
While identified as a "lieutenant", he wore a second lieutenant (Untersturmführer) rank on his collar, but after Spock stole the uniform, the insignia appeared in the next scene as that of a first lieutenant (Obersturmführer).
This Major was a mid-ranking security officer who was a member of the SS on the planet Ekos in 2268. The Major was assigned duties at Chancellery and was responsible for arresting James T. Kirk and Spock when they attempted to gain entry there during his effort to find John Gill. The Major first noticed the pair as they approached the Chancellery and Spock, dressed as a lieutenant, failed to salute the Major. The Major requested to see Spock's orders, before Kirk intervened explaining the Spock was still dazed from being attacked by a Zeon. The Major suggested that Spock see a doctor, because of his color, he didn't look well, before finally requesting that Spock to remove his helmet, revealing Spock's Vulcanears.
The officer, played by Gilbert Green, was billed in the credits and shooting schedule as the "SS Major," as Spock and Melakon both referred to him.
Assuming that the Ekosian military uniforms and insignia were taken directly from Earth's SS uniforms and insignia, then the rank of major given here would have been inconsistent with his uniform insignia: a single oak leaf which would have signified a World War II-era German colonel (referred to as Oberst for an army officer or Standartenführer for an SS officer). This officer seems to be wearing his insignia incorrectly; an SS Standartenführer or colonel would have both collar patches a single oak leaf, but he is wearing his right one with standard SS bolts for ranks below a colonel, and the left one a colonel's oak leaf.
This private was a SS trooper who stood guard to the left of the Ekosian Chancellery's front door. When Kirk and Spock attempted to enter the Chancellery, but were discovered by a suspicious major, he apprehended Kirk on the major's orders.
This SS trooper, wearing private rank patches but officer shoulder braids, was posted at the Chancellery Detention Center. Here he flogged Kirk and Spock on the SS Major's orders. Later, he came when Kirk called out for the guard, but was nerved-pinched by Spock. Kirk stole his uniform. (TOS: "Patterns of Force")
This SS guard was stationed at the presentation of the "final solution". He interrupted along with another SS guard and Eneg, when Leonard McCoy beamed down to Ekos posing as an SS doctor. (TOS: "Patterns of Force")
This SS guard was stationed at the presentation of the "final solution". He interrupted along with another SS guard and Eneg when Leonard McCoy beamed down to Ekos posing as an SS doctor. (TOS: "Patterns of Force")
This guard was played by recurring background actor John Blower