Dual branches Edit
Command / Operations division crewman Edit
Engineer/security crewman (2153) Edit
This crewman served aboard Enterprise in 2153.
Later that year, he served in the operations division and was assigned to a security team which tried to stop a group of Xindi invaders. He died shortly after an organic grenade was fired at him. ("Rajiin")
Female command/operations crewman Edit
This female crewman served in the command division and later in the operations division aboard Enterprise during its first years after the launch in 2151.
The same year she visited the mess hall again for dinner, and later joined other crewmembers for the movie night in the mess hall watching the Earth movie For Whom the Bell Tolls where she sat next to Ensign Cutler. (ENT: "Dear Doctor")
Operations/command division crewman Edit
This crewman served aboard Enterprise in the operations division for several years.
He was among the crewmembers who were forced to stay at the catwalk for several days when the ship approached a neutronic wavefront. At the catwalk he participated in the weekly movie night. (ENT: "The Catwalk")
He was part of a security team which was sent to stop an invading Borg boarding party. After modified phase-pistols killed two Borg drones, the weapons became useless against the others due to their personal shielding and the security team had to withdraw. (ENT: "Regeneration")
He was in the mess hall when the room was hit by a spatial anomaly and the food and drinks were thrown against the ceiling. Later, he transported cargo and supplies from the transporter platform after it was beamed back aboard from inside the Osaarian base in the Delphic Expanse sphere. (ENT: "Anomaly")
In 2153, he was among a launch bay crew who were unloading trellium from Shuttlepod 2. Later, he was part of a nightmare experienced by T'Pol following the events aboard the Seleya. In this nightmare, he was watching an old Earth movie at movie night in the mess hall until Captain Archer called for tactical alert. (ENT: "Impulse")
In 2165 of an alternate timeline where Jonathan Archer was suffering from anterograde amnesia, he blew the boatswain's whistle to welcome Archer, T'Pol, and Phlox aboard Enterprise. He was wearing a command division uniform. (ENT: "Twilight")
Operations/command division crewman Edit
This crewman worked in the operations division and was working in engineering when Commander Tucker and Captain Archer prepared an explosive surprise for the automated repair station. (ENT: "Dead Stop")
He was among the crewmembers who transported bags and equipment to the catwalk where the crew was forced to stay for several days while the ship passed a neutronic storm. At the catwalk he listened to Captain Archer's speech and played cards with other crewmembers. Later he stood behind Hutchison when Doctor Phlox scanned the Takret physiology and found their immunity against the radiation from the storm. After the Takret Militia left the ship, he was among the crewmembers who participated in the weekly movie night at the catwalk. (ENT: "The Catwalk")
Transferred to the command division, he had a meal in the mess hall when a spatial anomaly hit the place and his food was thrown against the ceiling. Later, he transported cargo and supplies into the cargo bay after it was beamed back aboard from inside the Osaarian base in a Delphic Expanse sphere. (ENT: "Anomaly")
Sciences/operations division crewman Edit
Unknown division Edit
Crewman in mess hall (2151) Edit
This crewman served aboard Enterprise shortly after its launch in 2151.
He was among multiple crewmembers in the mess hall who went to the windows to see the brightness of newly discovered planet Archer IV. He answered a question posed by crewman Elizabeth Cutler, as to whether anyone had heard something about the ship's new course, by replying, "Not a word!" He later commented that he couldn't see any cities or agriculture on the new-found planet. (ENT: "Strange New World")
Crewmembers on file Edit
These two Enterprise NX-01 crewmembers and Travis Mayweather were among the personnel files the automated repair station reviewed in 2152 while scanning the ship and working on a repair schedule. (ENT: "Dead Stop")
Fifteen casualties Edit
Alternate timeline Edit
(covers information from several alternate timelines)
Toru and Yoshiko's father Edit
See also Edit