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Many characters such as Chu'lak, Data, and Walter Pierce probably have had their serial numbers given on their personnel files. Can anyone who has access to these episodes verify the information and place it in the article? Currently, all of the information is taken from Memory Alpha itself.--Tim Thomason 05:13, 6 Aug 2005 (UTC)
After googling up many of the pictures, I finally determined that most of the Personnel files didn't even have serial numbers on it, and that this list is for the most part complete. There may be a few more that I missed, but they must be pretty obscure and not well known. The "Conundrum" files have "File ID" numbers and I'm not sure if it refers to the computer file or to the person's Federation ID or something, so I will put those here for possible inclusion:
- Beverly Crusher: 2764
- Data: 55734878342 (fuzzy)
- Kieran MacDuff: 2764 (he didn't exist)
- Jean-Luc Picard: 98459859 (fuzzy)
- Ro Laren: 27642654874 (fuzzy)
- Deanna Troi: 27
And from the "Eye of the Beholder", the other numbers that appeared in the upper right hand corner:
Also, according to a panel in "Violations", these "ID Codes" are seen:
- Gary Hutzel: 287409479384293
- Rob Legato: 9847928492843287
Riley Shepard Edit
In the DS9 episode Paradise Lost Sisko reads Riley Shepards service number as C953O4699427. I didn't include it on the actual site, because it doesn't fit into the established scheme. What do you think? --emkay 16:22, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
- There is no real established scheme for serial numbers, as can be clearly seen on this page. Some have greek letters, while most do not. And while a lot start with 2 letters, the pattern of numbers and letters afterwards isn't very consistent.