The following crewmembers served aboard
in Saratoga (NCC-31911) 2366- 2367:
Saratoga personnel Edit
Unnamed Saratoga personnel Edit
Saratoga's Vulcan captain
Starfleet Captain of the USS , a Saratoga Vulcan, killed during the Battle of Wolf 359 in early 2367. ( : " DS9 ")
Escape pod survivors Edit
crewmembers and civilians survived the destruction of the Saratoga by using the escape pods. ( : " DS9 ")
Flight controller Edit
The flight controller of
of the flight controller Saratoga was a female Human ensign. She too died during the Battle of Wolf 359 in early 2367. ( : " DS9 ")
The flight controller was played by Cassandra Byram; the character was identified in non-canon novelizations as Delaney.
Operations manager Edit
Saratoga's Operations officer
operations officer of the Saratoga was a Human female who held the rank of ensign. She was killed during the Battle of Wolf 359 in early 2367. ( : " DS9 ")
Tactical officer Edit
Saratoga's Bolian tactical officer
Bolian lieutenant, he was one of only two bridge officers to survive the battle. He was later forced to physically drag Benjamin Sisko away from the body of his wife to safety. ( : " DS9 ")
Sciences division crewmen Edit
Officers evacuating the
A Human male and Human female from
sciences division crewmen. They piloted one of several escape pods to launch from the Saratoga after the ship's destruction became imminent. Other survivors aboard the escape pod included first officer Benjamin Sisko and his son Jake. ( : " DS9 ")
The officer on the left was played by extra R. Cox.
Additional personnel Edit
Ensign. This operations or security officer was in the corridor just outside Benjamin Sisko's quarters when the Tactical Officer (see above) handed him the unconscious Jake Sisko and ordered him to take him to safety.
Command division bridge officer. This redshirted man was standing at the aft station, where the dedication plaque was. The panel exploded and killed him when a Borg energy beam hit Saratoga during the Battle of Wolf 359.
Civilians in corridor Two evacuating civilians, in blue and yellow shirts, were seen walking the Saratoga corridors during the Battle of Wolf 359.