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List of unnamed Starfleet Academy personnel.

23rd century Edit

Argelius II bar patrons Edit

Deep Space Station K-7 bar patrons Edit

J class trainee cadets Edit

These cadets were training on a J class starship when one of the baffle plates ruptured, exposing them to delta rays. Fleet captain Christopher Pike, who was on an inspection tour of the vessel at the time, rescued as many as he could that were still living, an action that left him paralyzed and unable to communicate naturally. (TOS: "The Menagerie, Part I")

These cadets were only mentioned in dialogue.

Kolvoord starburst victims Edit

These five cadets were all killed during their execution of the Kolvoord Starburst sometime in the 2260s, prompting Starfleet Academy to ban the maneuver. (TNG: "The First Duty")

These cadets were only mentioned in dialogue.

USS Enterprise cadets Edit

Bridge lieutenant j.g. trainee Edit

Enterprise trainee lieutenant junior grade

A lieutenant j.g.

This lieutenant junior grade was on the bridge of the USS Enterprise during its encounter with the USS Reliant in 2285. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

This lieutenant was played by an unknown actor. He was given the name Croy (β) in the novelization.


Bridge officer trainee 1 Edit

Enterprise trainee tactical

A trainee crewman

This male officer trainee served as the tactical officer aboard the USS Enterprise in 2285. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

This crewman was played by Nicholas Guest, who was credited in the film simply as "Cadet".


Bridge officer trainee 2 Edit

Enterprise trainee bridge male

Male bridge trainee

This male officer trainee served as a bridge officer performing various duties during the ship's training mission. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

This cadet was played by an unknown actor.


Bridge officer trainee 3 Edit


Docking bay officer trainee Edit

Enterprise trainee boatswain

Trainee announcing Admiral Kirk

This female officer trainee blew the boatswain's whistle to announce the boarding of Admiral Kirk for his inspection of the Enterprise. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

She was played by an unknown actress.


Engineering officer trainees Edit

These engineering trainees were assigned to the machine room of the Enterprise during the training cruise and Khan Noonien Singh's attack. They were present when Admiral James T. Kirk visited the ship shortly before its launch. One of the cadets joined Scott and McCoy in preventing Kirk from entering the radioactive diltihium reactor chamber to rescue a dying Spock. Both cadets were later present at the memorial service for Spock. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

All engineering cadets were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Sickbay trainee Edit

This cadet, ranked able seaman, was in sickbay on the USS Enterprise in 2285. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

He was played by Daniel Wong.[1]


Torpedo launch bay officer trainee Edit

Enterprise torpedo bay officer trainee 1, 2285

A trainee crewman

This officer trainee was in the torpedo bay of the USS Enterprise during the encounter with the USS Reliant. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

This crewman was played by Tom Morga.


Training crew enlisted trainee Edit

Enterprise enlisted trainee 1, 2285

An Enterprise enlisted trainee

This enlisted trainee was assigned to the Enterprise and assisted with the preparations for battle with the USS Reliant. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

This trainee was a cameo by score composer James Horner.


Training crew officer trainee Edit

Enterprise officer trainee 1, 2285

An Enterprise officer trainee

This officer trainee was assigned to the Enterprise and assisted with the preparations for battle with the USS Reliant. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

This trainee was played by an unknown actor.


24th century Edit

Academy Range Officer Edit

The Academy Range Officer was the officer in charge of the Academy Flight Range, located near Saturn.

In 2368, the team navigator of the Nova Squadron, Jean Hajar, filed a flight plan with the Academy Range Officer before Nova Squadron began exercises in the Flight Range. (TNG: "The First Duty")

This officer was only mentioned in dialogue.

Bashir's medical school professor Edit

This professor of Julian Bashir from medical school used to say that the brain had a spark of life that couldn't be replicated.

In 2371, Bashir quoted the professor when Kai Winn suggested replacing portions of Bareil Antos's brain with artificial implants, saying that Antos could lose that spark if they did. (DS9: "Life Support")

This professor was only mentioned in dialogue.

Cadets Edit

These cadets attended the Starfleet Academy in 2368 during the inquest into the death of Nova Squadron cadet Joshua Albert, presided by superintendent Admiral Brand. Some of them attended the hearings and some passed Captain Picard, Wesley Crusher, and Boothby in the Academy gardens. (TNG: "The First Duty")

All cadets were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance. Beside the named ones pictured below the others were played by actors J. Stanfill, Belscher, K. Holland, and Cohen and actresses Mitchell, Raber, and Dixon. Several uniforms were later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay including Brian Bennett's [2] and six unknown performers. [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
They filmed their scenes on Monday 27 January 1992 on location at the Japanese Garden at the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant and on Friday 31 January 1992 and Monday 3 February 1992 on Paramount Stage 16.
A scene extended with a matte painting from "The First Duty" was later re-used for the fifth season episode "Time's Arrow", also featuring several of the cadets.

Celes' instructors Edit

According to Tal Celes, her instructors gave her the benefit of the doubt, letting her inabilities slide because they were eager to have Bajorans in Starfleet. (VOY: "Good Shepherd")

These instructors were only mentioned in dialogue.

Commandant of Starfleet Academy Edit

Bolian Starfleet Academy Commandant

The Starfleet Academy commandant

The Commandant of Starfleet Academy was a male Bolian Admiral who served during the late 24th century.

In 2372, the Commandant was approached by Admiral Leyton regarding the use of Red Squad to assist the Starfleet takeover of Earth. The Commandant initially thought it was a mistake to use them, but later admitted that they performed their mission admirably following its success. Captain Benjamin Sisko contacted the Commandant regarding a transporter log that was found following the operation. The Commandant thanked Sisko for pointing out the oversight from the cover-up, cautioning that he did not want anyone from Red Squad to get in trouble for their actions. (DS9: "Paradise Lost")

The Academy Commandant was played by Rudolph Willrich.


Darwin's training instructor Edit

This training instructor taught Frank Darwin at the Academy, and recommended the crewman as an officer's candidate, but Darwin turned down the training to serve on USS Voyager. (VOY: "Meld")

This instructor was only mentioned in dialogue.

Ilario's classmates Edit

Hector Ilario and his classmates

Two Starfleet officers

These two officers were the former classmates of the murdered Hector Ilario. Ilario kept a picture of them in his quarters. Counselor Ezri Dax later discovered that this picture with laughing faces on it was the reason for the murder of Ilario. (DS9: "Field of Fire")

Both officers on the picture were portrayed by unknown actors.


Pazlar's friends Edit

These two individuals were friends of Melora Pazlar at Starfleet Academy. Despite being assigned to different ships, they became engaged. Melora estimated that they wouldn't see each other for a year or more, and likely only for a few weeks at a time. (DS9: "Melora")

These people were only mentioned in dialogue.


Peliar Zel cadet Edit

This Peliar Zel native was a command division cadet at Starfleet Academy in 2368. She was present during the hearings overseen by Admiral Brand concerning the death of Nova Squadron member Joshua Albert and was also seen talking to a fellow cadet on the Academy grounds. (TNG: "The First Duty")

This Peliar Zel cadet was played by Cigi Britton and Louise Bale. While Bale portrayed this Peliar Zel native during the exterior scenes, Britton can be seen as this cadet during the hearing scenes at the Starfleet Academy. Britton filmed her scenes on Friday 31 January 1992 and Monday 3 February 1992 on Paramount Stage 16 and is listed as "female alien cadet" on the call sheets. Bale filmed her scenes on location at the Japanese Garden on Monday 27 January 1992 and is listed as "Alien Cadet" on the call sheet.
Both uniforms were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. Bale was misspelled as "Layise Bale" on the name tag and Britton as "Cigi Brihen". [9] [10] [11]

Picard's teacher with paralysis Edit

This woman was one of Jean-Luc Picard's teachers at the Academy, who had been confined to a wheelchair since birth.

In 2367, Picard mentioned her as part of his last ditch effort to convince Deanna Troi not to resign due to the loss of her empathic abilities.(TNG: "The Loss")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Relaxing cadet Edit

Relaxing cadet

A Starfleet cadet

This cadet was sitting under a tree but at the flowers in the garden of the Starfleet Academy in 2368. Boothby was angry about his careless behavior and shouted him away. (TNG: "The First Duty")

This cadet was played by background actor Richard Rothenberg who received no credit for his appearance. He filmed his scene on location at the Japanese Garden on Monday 27 January 1992.


Sisko's friends Edit

These friends were with then-Cadet Benjamin Sisko at The Launching Pad when Solok and some fellow Vulcan cadets came in and told Sisko they were "doing research on illogical human bonding rituals",something which irked the Humans. (DS9: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite")

These Humans were only mentioned in dialogue.

Sito's flight instructor Edit

Following Sito Jaxa's Nova Squadron incident in 2368, she lost all of her friends and acquaintances, causing her to have to take her flight test with her instructor because "no one else would be my partner." (TNG: "Lower Decks")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Solok's friends Edit

In the 2350s, Cadet Solok and some fellow Vulcan cadets entered The Launching Pad, explaining to a young Benjamin Sisko that they were "doing research on illogical Human bonding rituals." (DS9: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite")

These Vulcans were only mentioned in dialogue.

Teachers Edit

These four Starfleet Academy teachers were present during the hearings of the Nova Squadron in 2368, presided by superintendent Admiral Brand. (TNG: "The First Duty")

Beside Hal Donahue, the three female teachers were played by L. Jeffreys, V. Valles, and M. Dysart.
They filmed their scenes on Monday 27 January 1992 on location at the Japanese Garden and on Friday 31 January 1992 and Monday 3 February 1992 on Paramount Stage 16.

Torres' track and field coach Edit

This coach trained the decathlon team while B'Elanna Torres was a cadet. They were furious at Torres for quitting the Academy. (VOY: "Basics, Part I")

This coach was only mentioned in dialogue.

Vulcan cadet Edit

Vulcan cadet 2368

A Vulcan cadet

This Vulcan was a command division cadet at Starfleet Academy in 2368. He was present during the hearings overseen by Admiral Brand concerning the death of Nova Squadron member Joshua Albert. (TNG: "The First Duty")

This Vulcan was played by background actor A. Valdez who received no credit for this appearance.
Valdez filmed his scenes on Monday 27 January 1992 on location at the Japanese Garden and on Friday 31 January 1992 and Monday 3 February 1992 on Paramount Stage 16.


25th century Edit

Cadets (2404) Edit

These cadets, including two Vulcans and a female Bolian attended Commander Barclay's class in 2404. They listened to special guest speaker Admiral Kathryn Janeway, who had to give up the class after only one visit. (VOY: "Endgame")

All seventeen cadets were played by extras, who received no on-screen credits for their appearances.
Two of the cadets were played by receivers from the Make-A-Wish-Foundation. Several other costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay, including Dino Maye [12], May Wang [13], Griffen Christopher [14], Mike Davis [15], Breece Wilson [16], Jessica Kanan [17], and eight costumes without names [18] [19] [20] [21] [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] Two of these costumes were worn by Angela Giampietro and Devin Green.


Ensign Edit

25th century Starfleet ensign

A Starfleet ensign

This command division ensign interrupted Commander Barclay's Borg class to bring Admiral Kathryn Janeway a message from Ensign Miral Paris. (VOY: "Endgame")

This ensign was played by regular Enterprise extra Glen Hambly, who received no on-screen credit for his appearance.


Female cadet Edit

Cadet asks about seven of nine

A female cadet

This female cadet was also a student in Commander Barclay's class on the Borg in 2404. She asked Admiral Janeway about the extent of Seven of Nine's involvement with Unimatrix Zero. Unfortunately, Seven's death made it difficult for Janeway to talk about her, even years later, and she declined to answer. (VOY: "Endgame")

The female cadet was played by Iris Bahr.


Male cadet Edit

Cadet asks about unimatrix zero

A male cadet

In 2404, this male cadet was a student of Commander Reginald Barclay's class on the Borg. When Admiral Kathryn Janeway visited the first class as a guest speaker, the cadet brought up the subject of the Borg resistance movement known as Unimatrix Zero. Specifically, he asked her to describe the look on the Borg Queen's face when Janeway informed her she would liberate thousands of Borg drones. (VOY: "Endgame")

The male cadet was played by Grant Garrison.