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We have Gene Roddenberry listed as Admiral here because he is on all the plaquettes.This is fine for me,but if we integrate his name,we also have to integrate Admirals Rick Berman, Michael Piller etc.,I think.
- We do. Those articles have't been written yet. If it is a name that is one more than plaque, then give the fictional persona its own article (For Gene Roddenberry, there is the G. Roddenberry article; for Rick Berman, there should be a Rick Berman (Captain) (or whatever) article)-- Captain Mike K. Bartel 00:31, 26 Dec 2004 (CET)
The entry for Admiral Brooks currently points to Voyager's Ensign Brooks' entry - someone with a bit more experience of wiki-policy should probably make a disambiguation page, change the existing references to point to a new stub page or whatever's the policy in these situations. Petulans 17:25, 20 Feb 2005 (GMT)
Visually confirmed, but unnamed AdmiralsEdit
After read the note near the end of the article, I'm still not sure if Admirals seen on-screen, but were not directly named, (i.e. Unnamed Andorians (23rd century)#Andorian Councilor (Federation)) have a place on this list. If so, would they require a new section, like "1.4 Unnamed Admirals"? Intricated 03:36, 16 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Other Admirals Edit
I think we can move some individuals from that list to the full admiral-list. Roddenberry for example was listed as Admiral on the Phoenix plaque while others were specifically listed as vice admirals. Same thing with Archer. Why shouldn't they state his exact rank in his personnel file? --James Cody 07:08, 21 February 2008 (UTC)
Rewrite with alternate timelinesEdit
An anon reworked this page today, moving all of the Enterprise people into the alternate reality under the "new timeline". This, to me, doesn't seem right. In fact, it seems oh so very wrong. However, so many other changes were made to the page, that I'm hesitant to simply roll it back, and am uncertain exactly what really needs to go where. -- sulfur 20:16, May 4, 2010 (UTC)
Any idea why there were so many vice admirals depicted in the TNG era, with even character who were supposed to be four or five pip admirals being shown with the three-pip insignia? Did Bob Blackman just get lazy and not make any higher pip props? It just seems odd how everyone's a Vice Admiral. Regulation Bowling Alley 17:41, June 14, 2010 (UTC)
- Well, we did see Patrick impersonate a four-pip admiral, which people seemed to believe until he was discovered. So they must be out there. :) --31dot 18:08, June 14, 2010 (UTC)