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List of unnamed 24th century Starfleet personnel.

Antwerp conference attendees Edit

AR-558 officers Edit

These crewmembers were stationed on the planet AR-558 during the Dominion War in 2375. They were ordered to defend the communication array on the planet and lost over 100 of their crewmembers against the Jem'Hadar. (DS9: "The Siege of AR-558")

All crewmembers were played by background and stunt performers who received no credit for their appearance.

Argosian lieutenant Edit

'aucdet IX medical technician Edit

Medical technician, aucdet IX

A technician

This medical technician was stationed at the Federation Medical Collection Station on 'aucdet IX in 2365 and was working at a computer terminal while his CO Lieutenant Commander Hester Dealt talked to Captain Jean-Luc Picard aboard the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Child")

This medical technician was played by an unknown actor.


Bajor's admission ceremony flag officers Edit

These flag officers attended the abortive ceremony meant to admit Bajor to the Federation in 2373.

During Admiral Charlie Whatley's opening statements, he joked that "Welcoming a new planet to the Federation is the happiest assignment an admiral can hope for. Maybe that's why so many of us showed up."

Moments later, several of them showed concern when Benjamin Sisko entered the wardroom and collapsed after warning Bajor not to continue. (DS9: "Rapture")

The group setting that these officers appear in was described in the script notes as: "Five Starfleet Admirals in dress uniforms and two Federation Civilians, sit across from the Bajoran delegation, which consists of two Vedeks and three Government Ministers. The room is a buzz with excitement..."
Based on previous dialog, one of the two female admirals were likely named Colti, and likewise, any one of the lower ranked admirals were named Veta.

Ba'ku cultural observers Edit

Crewman #1 Edit

Duck Blind crewman 1

Duck blind crewman #1

This science division crewman served as an assistant to Lt. Curtis on the Ba'ku homeworld in 2375. He was one of the Starfleet officers who was present in the duck blind headquarters which was uncovered by Data. He was also part of the group that was held as "hostages" by the Ba'ku. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

This crewman was played by D. Elliot Woods.


Crewman #2 Edit

Duck Blind crewman 2

Duck blind crewman #2

This crewman was part of the cultural observation team on the Ba'ku homeworld in 2375. She was working on an aft station in the duck blind headquarter shortly before Data uncovered this. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

This crewman was played by uncredited extra Lorella Cuccarini.


Crewman #3 Edit

Duck Blind crewman 3

Duck blind crewman #3

This command division crewman was part of the cultural observation team on the Ba'ku homeworld in 2375. She was in the duck blind headquarters when this was uncovered by Data. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

She was played by an unknown actress.


Crewman #4 Edit

Duck Blind crewman 4

Duck blind crewman #4

This operations division crewman was part of the cultural observation team on the Ba'ku homeworld in 2375. He was in the duck blind headquarters when this was uncovered by Data. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

He was played by extra Shepard Ross, who received no credit for his appearance.


Crewman #5 Edit

Duck Blind crewman 5

Duck blind crewman #5

This command division crewman was part of the cultural observation team on the Ba'ku homeworld in 2375. She was in the duck blind headquarters when it was uncovered by Data. (Star Trek: Insurrection)

She was played by an unknown actress.


Bonestell Recreation Facility customers Edit

Cardassian border conflict away team Edit

This away team was tasked with defending a Federation outpost under attack by Cardassians. It consisted of then-Lieutenant Kathryn Janeway, a commanding officer, and an ensign, among others. They had been fighting the same Cardassians for three days when they heard a moaning sound and realized it was a wounded enemy combatant. The commanding officer, hearing the man's suffering, ordered Janeway and an ensign to bring him to their camp. They did so, and the man lived. They also managed to secure the outpost three days later. Starfleet Command decorated them all for their actions. In 2374, Janeway told Seven of Nine this story to illustrate that having compassion on your enemies was part of being Human. (VOY: "Prey")

These officers were only mentioned in dialogue.

Chakotay's first captain Edit

This captain was the commanding officer of a Federation starship assigned to make first contact with the Tarkannans. The ship was also Chakotay's first assignment out of Starfleet Academy.

In the prelude to the scheduled first contact, Chakotay envied the Captain's role in the endeavor that he pestered the Captain before being allowed to join the diplomatic team. (VOY: "Innocence")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Constantinople officer Edit

This officer aboard USS Constantinople sent a mayday that was received by the USS Enterprise-D near Gravesworld in 2365.

According to his broken message, "Mayday! Mayday! This is the USS ... —questing emergency assistance. The outer hull is breached and environmental systems compromised. Need assistance." (TNG: "The Schizoid Man")

This character appeared as an off-screen voiceover. It was performed by an unknown actor.
The dialog portion of the script described it as a "Man's Com Voice". However, according to the notes in the unrevised final draft (when the ship was still described as the Mary Rogers), the cast section described this voice-over as the "Captain of the Mary Rogers". Provided the intent of who the character was remained unchanged, this may have been the voice of Captain Richard James.


Hanson's aide Edit

Hansons aide

A female Starfleet officer

This female command division officer brought Admiral J.P. Hanson reports on PADDs during his communication with the Enterprise-D in 2367. (TNG: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II")

This Starfleet officer was played by an unknown actress whose face was not seen in the episode.


Janeway dress-down witness admiralsEdit

These three admirals were witness to Tuvok's chastisement of Kathryn Janeway at their first meeting, in which the Vulcan berated her for "failing to observe proper tactical procedures during my first command", causing her embarrassment at the time. (VOY: "Revulsion")

These admirals were only mentioned in dialogue.


Junior lieutenant Edit

This female junior lieutenant attended a reception, held for Captain Stadius, aboard Deep Space 9 in 2369. According to Julian Bashir, who had a flirt with her, she was a poor substitute for Jadzia Dax. (DS9: "If Wishes Were Horses")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Lalo captain Edit

This captain experienced the Manheim Effect while commanding the freighter USS Lalo, describing it as a hiccup in their 2364 communication with the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "We'll Always Have Paris")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Officer Exchange Program officers Edit

These three sciences division officers were part of the Officer Exchange Program in 2365. Along with Ensign Mendon they were beamed aboard the USS Enterprise-D from Starbase 179 and assigned to their quarters by Lieutenant Lewis. (TNG: "A Matter Of Honor")

These officers were identified in the script non-speaking cast section as "Replacement Crewmembers".


Officers in Data's memory Edit

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Two Starfleet officers

This two Starfleet officers of the command division and sciences division appeared as one of the images of Lieutenant Commander Data's memory during a psychotronic stability examination in 2365. The two can be seen kissing. (TNG: "The Schizoid Man")

Both officers were played by unknown performers.


Picard's afterlife voices Edit

These voices of Starfleet officers spoke to Captain Jean-Luc Picard during his afterlife experience with Q in 2369. A female voice asked him "Why Jean-Luc? Why did you do it?" and another female voice said "Captain, there are still people down there. We can't abandon." A male voice said "There must be some other way captain, some other choice than firing on us." and another male voice said "Lieutenant Picard to the bridge". According to Q, Picard was responsible for their deaths during his career. (TNG: "Tapestry")

Five voices can be identified, two female and two male. They were provided by unknown performers.

Prometheus boarding party Edit

These two Starfleet security officers were beamed aboard the USS Prometheus in 2374 after a trio of Romulan D'deridex-class warbirds was defeated to retake the ship from Romulan hands. Armed with compression phaser rifles they were directly beamed on the bridge where they were greeted by the EMH Mark II and The Doctor; they were greeted by the latter: "Welcome to the Prometheus, gentlemen. It's about time." (VOY: "Message in a Bottle")

They filmed their scene on Wednesday 8 October 1997 on Paramount Stage 9.


Rear admiral Edit

Rear Admiral, 2368

A rear admiral

This rear admiral accompanied Fleet Admiral Shanthi aboard the USS Enterprise-D from Starbase 234 to discuss matters pertaining to the Klingon Civil War in early 2368. (TNG: "Redemption II")

This rear admiral was played by Hal Donahue, who received no credit for his appearance.


Rogers' foster parents Edit

Amanda Rogers' adoptive parents were her guardians after her biological mother and father were killed by a tornado while living in Topeka, Kansas. They served in Starfleet as marine biologists. (TNG: "True Q")

These officers were only mentioned in dialogue.


Security officers 1 Edit

These two Starfleet officers traveled to New Orleans in 2372 to perform a blood screening on Joseph Sisko. Sisko, who refused to do this, was up to be arrested. Jake contacted his father who immediately appeared. The head officer, a lieutenant jg, explained that he was just following Sisko's orders. Joseph Sisko became angry and told these two "vampires" to sit down and take a menu or leave his restaurant. (DS9: "Homefront")

Sisko's transport captain Edit

This Starfleet captain commanded a starship, which transported Benjamin Sisko and his son to Deep Space 9 in 2369. (DS9: "Emissary")

This character appeared as an off-screen voiceover.

Starbase brig guard Edit

Starbase brig guard, 2373

Starbase brig guard

This brig guard served at the starbase where Michael Eddington was incarcerated in 2373. (DS9: "Blaze of Glory")

This officer was played by Pablo Soriano who received no credit for his appearance.


Starbase 179 officer Edit

This communications officer stationed at Starbase 179 responded to Commander William T. Riker's hail, announcing the arrival of the USS Enterprise-D and request for the transfer of several Officer Exchange Program participants. When Data gave the mark to begin transfer, this base officer acknowledged the transfer order. (TNG: "A Matter Of Honor")

This character appeared as an off-screen voiceover.
This officer was identified in the script as a "Starbase Com Voice", and was portrayed by an unknown actress.

Starbase 375 officer Edit

This communications officer stationed as Starbase 375 gave the IKS Rotarran permission to dock at Bay 11, following the return of Captain Sisko from his mission aboard a confiscated Jem'Hadar attack ship. He then informed Sisko that Admiral Ross requested that they beam directly to his conference room for a debriefing. (DS9: "Sons and Daughters")

This character appeared as an off-screen voiceover.
This officer was identified in the script as a "Starfleet Com Voice", and was portrayed by an unknown actor.

Tellarite helmsman Edit

Transport captain Edit

In 2369 this Starfleet captain was transporting the Federation ambassadors Taxco, Vadosia, Lojal, and Lwaxana Troi to Deep Space 9. According to Taxco, Vadosia was bothering the captain every hour with new suggestions on how to run his ship. According to Vadosia, the captain welcomed his suggestions. (DS9: "The Forsaken")

This character was only mentioned in dialogue.

Transport pilot Edit

Shuttle pilot 2365

A shuttle pilot

This male Starfleet ensign contacted the Enterprise-D in 2365 and informed them that he transported a VIP guest aboard his shuttle. He was then interrupted by his VIP guest, Lwaxana Troi of Betazed. (TNG: "Manhunt")

The shuttle pilot was played by Wren T. Brown.


Uhnari's former commanding officer Edit

This commanding officer oversaw personnel on Deriben V, including Aquiel Uhnari. In 2369, he described her to William T. Riker as " argumentative, quick to take offence". He transferred her to Relay Station 47 to get her out of their way. This lent credibility to the possibility of Uhnari having murdered Keith Rocha, her co-worker at the relay station. (TNG: "Aquiel")

This CO was only mentioned in dialogue.

Venture captain Edit

The captain of the USS Venture was a friend of Benjamin Sisko's.

In 2372, he commanded the Venture to Deep Space 9 after it was attacked by the Klingon Empire. Sisko later offered to contact the captain to see if he could find Worf a position on the Venture. (DS9: "The Way of the Warrior")

This captain was only mentioned in dialogue.
The tabletop game Star Trek: Tactics gives his name as Roger Corbett (β).

Vigo's father Edit

Jason Vigo's father was responsible for impregnating Miranda Vigo.

As of 2370, all Jason knew was that he had been in Starfleet prior to 2347. (TNG: "Bloodlines")

This father was only mentioned in dialogue.

Vulcan admiral Edit

This Vulcan admiral decorated Jadzia Dax following her first assignment.

She began to tell Kira Nerys about the presentation ceremony while under the influence of the energy matrix from the Saltah'na energy spheres in 2369 until Kira interrupted her. (DS9: "Dramatis Personae")

This Vulcan was only mentioned in dialogue.

Vulcan officers Edit

These two Vulcan officers visited Joseph Sisko's Creole Kitchen on Earth in 2375 when Benjamin Sisko returned from hospital after an assassin attacked him. (DS9: "Image in the Sand")

Both Vulcans were played by unknown performers.


Wedding band Edit

These eight members of Starfleet attended the wedding of William Riker and Deanna Troi in Alaska in 2379. They served as the wedding band and played the music for Data during his performance of "Blue Skies" by Irving Berlin. (Star Trek Nemesis)

None of the eight performers received on-screen credit for their appearances. They were played by actual musicians. All eight costumes were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay, the costumes of Chris Eves, [1] Spencer Wright, [2] Katja Rieckermann, [3] David Senescu, [4] Noriko Olling, [5] Marcus Eley, [6] and two unknown performers. [7] [8]

Wedding guest Edit

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A Starfleet officer

This Starfleet officer attended the wedding of Deanna Troi and William T. Riker in 2379. (Star Trek Nemesis)

This officer was played by extra Loran Taylor, who received no on-screen credit for her appearance.


Whatley's aide Edit

Whatley's aide

Whatley's aide

This captain served as Admiral Charlie Whatley's aide during his visit to Deep Space 9 for Bajor's admission into the Federation in 2373.

Upon arriving at DS9, and determining that Captain Benjamin Sisko was on Bajor, Whatley and his aide beamed down to the planet's subsurface to view the recently discovered city of B'hala.

He was later at the signing ceremony when it was interrupted by Sisko, notifying the officials present that Bajor should not join the Federation at that time. The aide was then instructed by Whatley to get Sisko to the Infirmary. (DS9: "Rapture")

This officer, who was wearing his captain's pips on the opposite than usual collar, was portrayed by an unknown actor.
Based on dialog, and given that this was the only captain present at the signing ceremony, this individual was presumably the previously mentioned Captain Rifkin.


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