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Vice Admiral Nakamura in 2365

Vice Admiral Nakamura in 2365
Gender: Male
Species: Human
Affiliation: Starfleet
Rank: Vice Admiral
Occupation: Starfleet administrator
Status: Alive (2370)
Played by: Clyde Kusatsu

Vice Admiral Nakamura was a 24th century Starfleet administrator.

In 2365, he was assigned as sector commander and posted to the newly-commissioned Starbase 173.

He conducted a snap inspection of the USS Enterprise-D during its visit to the starbase. Nakamura agreed with Starfleet's ultimately unsuccessful plan to have Commander Bruce Maddox disassemble Lieutenant Commander Data for research. (TNG: "The Measure Of A Man")

According to a scene cut from TNG: "The Measure Of A Man", Nakamura had known Jean-Luc Picard as far back as the time when he was a lieutenant, and Picard was an ensign, serving together aboard the USS Reliant. At the time, Nakamura had harsh words about snap inspections and the admirals who pulled them.
Nakamura, 2370

Nakamura in 2370

In 2370, he invited Picard to the annual Starfleet Admirals' Banquet at Starbase 219. Nakamura was hoping that he and Picard would have a chance to discuss Picard's new mission orders before the banquet. However, following the delay of the Enterprise-D, their meeting was delayed. (TNG: "Phantasms")

Later that year, in an alternate timeline created by Q, Nakamura sent the Enterprise-D a priority 1 message notifying Picard that he had just ordered a fleet-wide yellow alert, noting that thirty Romulan warbirds were headed for the Romulan border of the Neutral Zone following the discovery of a spatial anomaly in the Devron system. Nakamura ordered fifteen starships to assemble along the Federation side of the zone, and ordered Picard to go there as well to investigate the anomaly. (TNG: "All Good Things...")

Nakamura was played by Clyde Kusatsu.
According to the non-canon biography on the video game Star Trek: Starship Creator, Nakamura's first name was Mamoru while the novel Lost Souls gives his first name as Tujiro.

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