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A list of unnamed Bajoran Militia personnel.

Aide Edit

Bajoran military aide, The Circle

A Bajoran Military aide

This aide served under General Krim in the War Room on Bajor in 2370.

He received a PADD with orders from Krim that the troops should move on to the northeast quadrant. (DS9: "The Circle")

A short time later, he was aboard one of the Bajoran assault vessels that docked at and boarded Deep Space 9. He was among one of the first to enter the station with his weapon drawn. (DS9: "The Siege")

This Bajoran soldier was played by an unknown actor.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his mirror universe counterpart's name as Romara Cal.


Borg drone 1 Edit

Assimilated Bajoran

An assimilated Bajoran

This officer had been assimilated by the Borg.

His personality was assumed by Seven of Nine when the USS Voyager encountered a Borg vinculum causing her to assume the personalities of those she had assimilated. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

This Bajoran was played by an unknown actor.


Borg drone 2 Edit

Female assimilated Bajoran deputy

An assimilated Bajoran deputy

This deputy had been assimilated by the Borg.

Her personality was assumed by Seven of Nine when the USS Voyager encountered a Borg vinculum causing her to assume the personalities of those she had assimilated. (VOY: "Infinite Regress")

This Bajoran deputy was played by background actress Maria Dykstra who received no credit for her appearance.
Her uniform was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]


Command officers Edit

These two command division officers carried and guarded the Orb of Time after the Bajoran government received it from the Cardassians in 2373 onto the Defiant. The second officer was knocked unconscious by Arne Darvin posing as Barry Waddle, who stole the orb after the ship went back in time. (DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations")

Both officers were played by regular background performers who normally portrayed Starfleet officers. It is unclear if they were regular DS9 crew or officers attached to the government.
The novelization of "Trials and Tribble-ations" gives the second officer's name as Arlan.

Day's officers Edit

Bajoran officers holosuite

Bajoran military officers

These three military officers served under Colonel Day Kannu while searching for Starfleet personnel aboard Deep Space 9 in 2370. They were lured into and trapped within a holosuite by Commander Benjamin Sisko. After being fooled by holograms, they were informed by Sisko that the Alliance for Global Unity was receiving support from the Cardassians. (DS9: "The Siege")

These three extras were played by unknown performers.


Deputy 1 Edit

Chuck Borden, The Circle

A Bajoran deputy

This security deputy took part in the rescue mission for Major Kira Nerys in 2370. Kira was held hostage by "The Circle" in the labyrinth of the Perikian Peninsula on Bajor. He was wounded when a Circle member shot at him but beamed back aboard the runabout when the team rescued Kira. (DS9: "The Circle")

This Bajoran deputy was played by regular stunt actor Chuck Borden, who received no credit for this appearance.


Deputy 2 Edit

Bajoran DS9 security deputy 2

A Bajoran deputy

This security deputy took part on the rescue mission for Major Kira Nerys in 2370. Alongside the other deputy, Commander Sisko, Doctor Bashir, and Li Nalas, he beamed into the labyrinth cavern system in the Perikian Peninsula on Bajor and was shot by a member of the Circle. After the mission was successful, he beamed with the others back to the runabout. (DS9: "The Circle")

In 2371, he and another deputy were ordered by Winn Adami to arrest Shakaar Edon because he defied her order to return several soil reclamators. Shakaar disabled him and, with the help of Kira Nerys, escaped. (DS9: "Shakaar")

This Bajoran deputy was played by regular stunt actor Mark Riccardi, who received no credit for his appearances.


Deputy 3 Edit

Bajoran Security Officer, Shakaar

A Bajoran security deputy

This security deputy was ordered by Winn Adami to arrest Shakaar Edon because he defied her order to return several soil reclamators. Shakaar disabled him and, with the help of Kira Nerys, escaped. (DS9: "Shakaar")

This Bajoran deputy was played by John Kenton Shull.


Krim's officer Edit

Female Bajoran Militia officer

A Bajoran military officer

This officer was one of General Kirm's aides who took part in the seizure of Deep Space 9 in 2370.

Upon entering the Operations Center, she took up Jadzia Dax's station and reported to the General that the internal security net was completely disabled. Krim proceeded to instruct her scan ops for organic material at random intervals, six times an hour, just in case Odo had remained aboard. She was also instructed by Krim to advise all units to be alert.

A short time later, she gave Krim a further update explaining that the station's primary sensor array had been sabotaged, and that as soon they attempted to test it the subnet shorted out.

She later reported the repair of the station's security net was repaired, but was unable to locate any Starfleet communication devices aboard the station.

She further reported that the enemy had attacked the Militia's position at Airlock 14, but when Krim requested to see what was going on down there, she reported that all surveillance cameras had been sabotaged, but that she could confirm that there were four soldiers at that position. (DS9: "The Siege")

She was played by Katrina Carlson.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives her name as Anneli.


Lieutenant Edit

Bajoran lieutenant 1

Lieutenant

This lieutenant served under Colonel Lenaris Holem and was among his militia's troops sent to find Shakaar Edon and the rest of his resistance cell, who had defied Winn Adami by not returning returning several soil reclamators.

Initially, when Shakaar and Kira had the detachment sighted in from the mountainside, Shakaar took aim on Lenaris, while telling Kira to take this man, "the lieutenant on the right."

Moments later, when Shakaar and Kira surrendered to Holem, discussing an agreement to avoid a conflict, one of the troopers opened fire on Shakaar's resistance, Holem summoned the lieutenant to remove and escorted the other trooper off to the perimeter. (DS9: "Shakaar")

This extra was played by an unknown actor.


Peace officer Edit

Bajoran Peace Officer

A Bajoran peace officer

This peace officer was a law enforcement officer on Bajor and an old friend of Odo. In early 2370, he talked with him about about the lack of success in apprehending members of the Alliance for Global Unity who were believed responsible for numerous assaults on Bajor. The peace officer believed the Provisional Government's decision to bring troops into the capital would end their threat. He advised Odo to keep his eyes open himself for trouble on Deep Space 9. (DS9: "The Circle")

The peace officer was played by Eric Server.


Ship's officer Edit

Bajoran ship's officer 1

A Bajoran operations officer

This operations officer served aboard the Antares-class Bajoran transport that docked at Deep Space 9 in 2369. He brought Constable Odo into the Bajoran transport and took him to the quarters where Ibudan had stayed. He left the room to bring Odo a ship's manifest. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

This Bajoran was played by Scott Trost.
He was identified in the script as "a Bajoran ship's officer (different uniform than DS9)."
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Rinnak Pire.



Spacecraft personnel Edit

Station personnel Edit

Trooper Edit

Bajoran trooper

A Bajoran trooper

The trooper was part of the militia's troops sent to find Shakaar Edon and the rest of his resistance cell, who had defied Winn Adami by not returning returning several soil reclamators. When Shakaar and Lenaris Holem, the leader of the troops, were discussing agreement to avoid a conflict, the trooper fired his weapon upon seeing members of the resistance movement in the hills. Lenaris ordered his weapons removed and escorted to off to the perimeter. (DS9: "Shakaar")

This trooper was played by Harry Hutchinson.
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Kulan.


Troopers Edit

These troopers were part of the militia's troops sent to find Shakaar Edon and the rest of his resistance cell, who had defied Winn Adami by not returning several soil reclamators. (DS9: "Shakaar")

The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the second trooper's name as Treyam.