(covers information from several alternate timelines)
The High Command was responsible for overseeing military and civilian organizations, as well as Vulcan's space fleet, diplomatic missions, and scientific research.
- See also: Vulcan history
In 2151, the High Command reassigned T'Pol as Sub-Commander on board Enterprise NX-01, as "chaperone" for its first mission. It was a prerequisite for the High Command in order to provide the Humans with Vulcan star charts and the Klingon linguistic database. Later that year, T'Pol's presence lead Shran to suspect that Humans took orders from the Vulcan High Command. (ENT: "Broken Bow", "The Andorian Incident")
In May of 2153, however, the High Command ordered T'Pol (via Ambassador Soval) to return to Vulcan rather than join Enterprise on its mission into the Delphic Expanse. T'Pol resigned her commission to stay on Enterprise. (ENT: "The Expanse")
In 2154, V'Las, head of the High Command, planned to attack Andoria, tricking the Vulcan High Council into believing that the Andorians were developing a planet-destroying weapon based on Xindi technology. (ENT: "Awakening") After Enterprise thwarted that incident, the High Command was disbanded, ending their diplomatic influence on Earth's decisions. (ENT: "Kir'Shara")
Upon this occasion, the newly instated minister T'Pau began cleaning house, which resulted in many former High Command ships being undercrewed by the time of the Babel Crisis. During that incident, she was only able to dispatch twenty-three starships to add to a combined Andorian-Human-Tellarite intercept fleet. (ENT: "United")
- Vulcan Ministry of Information
- Vulcan Science Council
- Vulcan Science Directorate
- Vulcan Security Directorate / Ministry of Security
- Vulcan Space Council
- Vulcan Space Program
High command officialsEdit
Others and unknownEdit
In the script of ENT: "Awakening", the exterior of the Vulcan High Command building was described as "an imposing structure in the midst of a large Vulcan metropolis" and a "conference chamber" inside the building was described as "a regal setting, furnished with a conference table and monitors."