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Unnamed Starfleet Headquarters personnel:

22nd century Edit

Brig guard Edit

Headquarters brig guard 2154

A brig guard

This crewman served as a brig guard in the Starfleet Headquarters in 2154. He guarded Arik Soong's cell when Jonathan Archer visited him. (ENT: "Borderland")

This crewman was uncredited played by an unknown actor.


Female admiral Edit

Female starfleet admiral, 2150s

A female admiral

This female admiral served at Starfleet Command in the 2150s. (ENT: "Shadows of P'Jem", "Shockwave, Part II", "Regeneration", "First Flight", "Home")

This admiral was played by an unknown actress who only filmed this scene in front of a matte painting once. The matte painting was reused in later episodes.


Female rear admiral Edit

Roman James, Home

A female rear admiral

This female rear admiral was a guest at the launch of Enterprise in 2151 and listened to the recorded speech of Zefram Cochrane. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

She welcomed the senior staff of Enterprise back home at the Bay Stadium on Earth. She was also one of the flag officers who listened to Captain Archer's mission report held at Admiral Maxwell Forrest's office. (ENT: "Home")

This rear admiral was played by background actress Roman James, who received no credit for her performance.
Her uniform was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]


Male commodore Edit

Earth Starfleet commodore, first flight

Male commodore

This flag officer served as a commodore in Starfleet. (ENT: "Shockwave, Part II")

This commodore was present during Commodore Maxwell Forrest's dressing down of Commander's A.G. Robinson and Jonathan Archer, in 2143, after the two stole the prototype starship NX-Beta. (ENT: "First Flight")

He was present during Captain Jonathan Archers mission report held at Admiral Forrest's office on Earth in 2154, in which Captain Archer explained the Xindi mission and the effect of trellium on the Vulcan crew of the Seleya. (ENT: "Home")

This commodore was portrayed by an unknown actor.


Male vice admiral Edit

Starfleet admiral in 2151

A Starfleet admiral

This Starfleet admiral was a guest at the launch ceremony of Enterprise in 2151 and listened to the recorded speech of Zefram Cochrane.(ENT: "Broken Bow")

He welcomed the senior staff of Enterprise back home at the Bay Stadium on Earth. He was also one of the flag officers who listened Captain Archer's mission report held at Admiral Maxwell Forrest's office. (ENT: "Home")

This admiral was portrayed by recurring background actor Darryl Stewart who received no credit for his appearances.
His uniform was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay and was later worn by Gregory Itzin and Manny Coto in the fourth season. [2]


Headquarters personnel (2150s) Edit

These two operations division crewmen served at Starfleet Headquarters in the 2150s. (ENT: "Shadows of P'Jem", "Shockwave, Part II", "Regeneration", "First Flight", "Home")

Both were played by regular background performers who only filmed this scene in front of a matte painting once. The matte painting was reused in later episodes.


23rd century Edit

Air tram station Edit

Civilians Edit

These civilians were present at Starfleet Headquarters when Rear Admiral James Kirk and Lieutenant commander Sonak met there, in the 2270s. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

They were played by unknown performers.

Federation civilian Edit

Green Whitaker tmp

A Federation civilian

This civilian was also present at the air tram station in the 2270s. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

Played by Green Whitaker.


Starfleet personnel Edit

These Starfleet personnel were present at the air tram station for Starfleet Headquarters in the 2270s, when Rear Admiral James Kirk arrived to the complex and met Lieutenant Commander Sonak. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

They were played by unknown performers.

Officer's lounge Edit

Officers in lounge Edit

These Starfleet officers were present in the officer's lounge when Admiral James Kirk and Fleet Admiral Morrow had a conversation there in 2285. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

They were played by unknown performers.

Officer's lounge civilian Edit

Officer's lounge civilian

A civilian

This civilian man was present at the officer's lounge, conversing with two Starfleet officers when Admiral Kirk and Fleet Admiral Morrow had a conversation there in 2285. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

He was played by an unknown performer.


Officer's lounge waiters Edit

Officers lounge waiter

A waiter

At least two Starfleet waiters were working at the officer's lounge when Admiral Kirk and Fleet Admiral Morrow had a conversation there in 2285. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

The waiters were played by unknown performers.


Officer's wife Edit

Officers wife 2285

An officer's wife

This woman visited the officer's lounge in 2285. She was present when Admiral Kirk and Fleet Admiral Morrow had a conversation. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

She was played by background actress Claudia Lowndes, who received no on-screen credit for her appearance.
Her name and occupation are from the name tag of her costume which was sold off on It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3]


The Praxis briefing Edit

Aide-de-camp Edit

Aide-de-camp

The aide-de-camp

In 2293, this aide-de-camp was a Starfleet captain who opened the briefing about the destruction of Praxis, introducing the C-in-C.

In the script for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, this character's lines are attributed to an Admiral Donald, who otherwise was ultimately replaced with Admiral Cartwright.
This unnamed captain was played by Shakti.


Mothball admiral Edit

Starfleet Command admiral

A senior officer at Starfleet Command

In 2293, this Starfleet flag officer attended the briefing about the Klingon moon Praxis. She apparently was familiar with the commander-in-chief, addressing him as Bill. She asked him if they intended to mothball Starfleet. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

As evidenced by the script for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, this character was initially meant to be "a military man".
This unnamed admiral was played by Judy Levitt, Walter Koenig's wife.
Although the C-in-C addressed her as "captain," she wore a flag officer's insignia. The only time that a person would normally be addressed as captain without possessing that rank would be in the case of being assigned command of a starship, which – as Kirk has shown us – is possible for admirals to do.


Briefing flag officers Edit

These Starfleet flag officers attended the briefing about the Klingon moon Praxis. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

Prison guards Edit

These two Starfleet prison guards served at the Starfleet Headquarters in 2285. They were responsible for Doctor McCoy, who was imprisoned after he tried to hire a ship in a bar which should bring him to Genesis.

The first guard allowed Admiral James T. Kirk access to McCoy's holding cell and was knocked out by Kirk. The second guard, a very tall man, was rendered unconscious when Sulu threw him over his shoulder. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

The non-canon Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives the character played by Douglas Alan Shanklin the name Tahglio.

Prison security guards Edit

Starfleet security officers in armor, 2285

Two security guards

These two Starfleet security guards also served at the same holding cell in 2285, where McCoy was imprisoned. They were alarmed when Kirk and his crewmates escaped along with McCoy, but were late and couldn't capture them. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

They were played by unknown performers.


Starfleet Command Edit

Communications officer Edit

Starfleet Command communications officer, 2286

A communications officer

This Human communications officer was assigned to Starfleet Command in 2286. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

The communications officer was played by Michael Snyder.


Display officer Edit

Arkenite

An Arkenite communications officer

This Arkenite display officer was assigned to Starfleet Command in 2286. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

This Arkenite officer was played by Michael Berryman.


Window technicians Edit

These four Starfleet technicians worked at Starfleet Command in 2286 when the Whale Probe arrived at Earth. They tried to stabilize the windows but failed. One of the windows exploded due to the rain and stormy weather. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

All four technicians were played by stunt performers.
Gregory Barnett's costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [4]

24th century Edit

Headquarters personnel (2364) Edit

These Starfleet officers, civilians, and technicians worked on the ground of Starfleet Headquarters in 2364 when Captain Jean-Luc Picard had a meeting with Admirals Savar, Aaron, and Gregory Quinn to talk about a conspiracy inside Starfleet Command. (TNG: "Conspiracy")

All background performers appeared in re-used footage from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.

Security officer Edit

Starfleet security officer, 2364

A security officer

This Starfleet security officer joined the dinner with Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Admiral Aaron, Admiral Savar, and Captain Tryla Scott at Starfleet Headquarters on Earth in 2364. He was infected like the others by the neural parasites. When Commander Riker joined the dinner and tricked the others into believing he was also infected, he shot this security officer who hit the ground. (TNG: "Conspiracy")

This security officer was played by stunt actor Gary J. Wayton, who received no credit for this appearance.


Security officers Edit

These two security officers accompanied Admiral Leyton, Captain Benjamin Sisko, and Odo when the group was beamed into the Federation President's office in Paris, France, in 2372 following the power shutdown on Earth. (DS9: "Homefront")

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