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This is a list of unnamed Augments.

20th century Edit

SS Botany Bay personnel Edit

These Augments were members of the group cryogenically frozen in 1996 and found aboard the SS Botany Bay by the USS Enterprise in 2267. Along with the individual originally found by Carol Marcus and Leonard McCoy in the torpedo, 71 others were also similarly encased. (TOS: "Space Seed"; Star Trek Into Darkness)

All of these augments were played by unknown performers. The second augment also appeared as an Enterprise security guard in "Spock's Brain", the third as an Enterprise security guard in other episodes, the fourth as a Klingon soldier in "Errand of Mercy" and a Klingon crewman in "Day of the Dove".
One of the two females was presumably played by Joan Johnson.
Any one of these individuals may be the unspecified Ling, McPherson, or Rodriguez.

22nd centuryEdit

Children Edit

A number of unnamed Augment children were among the eighteen augments raised by Arik Soong until his capture in 2144. They were part of Soong's classroom discussions on Trialas IV. (ENT: "Cold Station 12")

Three of these children were played by Tonya Olivarez [1], Makayla Richmond [2], and Chandler Taylor. The female Augment child seated on the far left of the couch to the right of Soong was played by Violetta Torres. The male child seated on the couch in front of Soong, second from the left, was played by Benny Farillas.
The two children seated on either side of young Malik appear to be the younger versions of Raakin and Persis, though this is not confirmed. In addition, the young Asian child in the group may be young Saul; this, too, is unverified.

Female Edit

Augment Angela Meryl

An Augment

This female Augment was a follower of Malik in 2154. She helped him to rescue Arik Soong from the Enterprise's brig. (ENT: "Borderland")

This Augment was played by uncredited stunt actress Angela Meryl.


Male 1 Edit

Augment 1 2154

An Augment

This Augment served as a guard for Raakin and later followed Malik when he killed Raakin. He was part of the Augment group who rescued Arik Soong from the Enterprise's brig in 2154. (ENT: "Borderland")

This augment was played by a Martial Arts Master Jonathan Kuhns.


Male 2 Edit

Augment 2 2154

An Augment

This huge Augment was part of the Augment group who rescued Arik Soong from the Enterprise's brig in 2154. (ENT: "Borderland")

This Augment was played by uncredited extra Trey Murphy.


Male 3 Edit

Augment 3 2154

An Augment

This Augment was part of the Augment group who followed Malik. (ENT: "Borderland")

This Augment was played by an unknown actor.


23rd centuryEdit

Ceti Alpha V colonists Edit

These henchmen and women were the followers of Khan Noonien Singh in 2285. Along with the other augments, they colonized Ceti Alpha V and later escaped from their exile there by boarding the USS Reliant. In the following Battle of the Mutara Nebula, the Reliant and all the Augments were killed by the USS Enterprise. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

Khan's navigator Edit

Khan's follower, Laura Banks

Khan's navigator

This female Augment was among the followers of Khan Noonien Singh who were sent into exile on Ceti Alpha V and who escaped by boarding the USS Reliant.

On board the Reliant, she served as navigator for Khan and was also killed in the Battle of the Mutara Nebula. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

Khan's navigator was portrayed by background actress Laura Banks who received no credit for her appearance.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Wajahut.

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