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The following is a list of unnamed Klingon military personnel who served during the 23rd century.

Klingon Captain

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The captain of a D7 class battle cruiser

In 2268, this Klingon captain attempted to engage the USS Enterprise in the disputed Tellun system. The captain was coordinating with a Elasian spy on board the Enterprise, named Kryton, in planting a bomb that was set to destroy the ship if it attempted to engage its warp drive. The captain then used his battle cruiser to taunt the Enterprise into going to warp. Unable to provoke the Enterprise, the Klingon captain finally ordered it to standby for boarding or be destroyed, before finally being deterred by a retaliatory attack by the Enterprise. (TOS: "Elaan of Troyius")

The Klingon captain was played by actor K.L. Smith. The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Khod.


Klingon Commander

Klingon Commander, Star Trek V

Klingon commander

This unnamed Klingon commander reported the hostage situation on Nimbus III, and ordered Klaa on a mission to proceed there. News of a Terran among the hostages piqued Klaa's and Vixis' interest in the mission. (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier)

Klingon Council Member

Klingon council member, the time trap

Councilor (2269)

This individual served as an member of the Elysian Council on Elysia in 2269. (TAS: "The Time Trap")

The Starfleet Corps of Engineers novella Where Time Stands Still gives this character's name as "Kelthos". His appearance suggests that he was infected by the Klingon augment virus which indicates that he became trapped in Elysia between 2154 and 2269.


First Klingon Lieutenant

Klingon First Lieutenant

The first lieutenant

This Klingon lieutenant was second in command to Kor.

In 2267, he was with Kor when the Klingons took possession of the peaceful planet Organia. Kor ordered him to begin the execution of 200 Organians, in retaliation for helping Kirk and Spock escape. He was not aware that the Organians were actually powerful energy beings. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

This lieutenant was played by actor Victor Lundin. "That was a bone, thrown to me by Paramount," he said. "It was a very small role as a Klingon and I didn't want to do it. Casting director Joe D'Agosta asked me to do it for him as a favor, so I did." (Starlog #224)
The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Kered. In the first issue of IDW Comics comic book Star Trek: Klingons - Blood Will Tell, "Against Their Nature", his name is given as Kahlor.


Klingon officer on Praxis

Klingon distress call from praxis

Klingon officer

This wide-eyed Klingon officer broadcast a distress call from Praxis, following the moon's explosion in 2293. He was briefly seen on the viewscreen of the USS Excelsior, replying to Captain Sulu's offer of assistance, following the detection of the explosion. The officer's message was disrupted and replaced by a broadcast by Brigadier Kerla, simply stating that there had been an "incident" and that no assistance was required. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

This Klingon was portrayed by Clifford Shegog.
His character was referred to as a "Wide-Eyed Klingon Officer" in the film's script.


Klingon Second Soldier

Klingon second soldier, George Sawaya

Second Soldier

This Klingon second soldier was part of the invasion forces that conquered the planet Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

The Klingon soldier was played by George Sawaya.


Klingon Third Soldier

Gary Combs Klingon

Third Soldier

This Klingon Third soldier was part of the invasion forces that conquered the planet Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

The Klingon soldier was played by Gary Coombs.


Klingon Fourth Soldier

Klingon male uniform

Fourth Soldier

This Klingon Fourth soldier was part of the invasion forces under Kor when the Klingons conquered the planet Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

The Klingon soldier was played by an unknown actor.


Klingon Fifth Soldier

Klingon Soldier Walt Davis

Fifth Soldier

This Klingon Fourth soldier was part of the invasion forces under Kor when the Klingons conquered the planet Organia. He had a run-in with Kirk and Spock. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

The Klingon soldier was played by Walt Davis.


Klingon Sixth Soldier

Bobby Bass klingon soldier

Sixth Soldier

This Klingon Fourth soldier was part of the invasion forces under Kor when the Klingons conquered the planet Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

The Klingon soldier was played by Bobby Bass.


Klingon Seventh Soldier

Basil Poledouris klingon soldier

Seventh Soldier

This Klingon Fourth soldier was part of the invasion forces under Kor when the Klingons conquered the planet Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

The Klingon soldier was played by Basil Poledouris.


Klingon Soldiers (2267)

Klingon invasion of Organia

Klingon invasion forces on Organia

These Klingon soldiers were part of the invasion forces, led by Kor, that took possession of the peaceful planet Organia. (TOS: "Errand of Mercy")

Among the actors who played the Klingon soldiers (pictured to the right) were Bobby Bass and Basil Poledouris. They have the distinction of being among the first Klingons to ever appear in Star Trek.


Klingon Weapons Officer

Klingon officer, Chang's BoP

A Klingon officer

This Klingon officer served aboard Chang's Bird-of-Prey in 2293 and was ordered by General Chang to fire at the USS Enterprise-A. He was killed a short while later, when the Bird-of-Prey was destroyed by the Enterprise. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

The Klingon officer was played by Guy Vardaman.


Listening Post officers

These two Klingon officers were assigned to a listening post on the planet Morska within the Klingon Empire and were not particularly diligent in their duties. In 2293, they allowed a ship claiming to be the freighter Ursva (actually the USS Enterprise-A) to pass unchallenged through Klingon space towards Rura Penthe despite the freighter crew's poor grasp of Klingonese. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

The first Klingon listening post officer was played by actor David Orange who was listed as "Sleepy Klingon" in the end credits of the movie. The Star Trek Customizable Card Game gives his name as Woteln.
Both actors filmed their scenes on Tuesday 9 April 1991 on Paramount Stage 15. (Call Sheets)

Qo'noS patrol officer

Qo'noS patrol officer, 2259

A Klingon patrol officer

In 2259 of the alternate reality, this Klingon officer negotiated with Nyota Uhura during a Starfleet incursion of Qo'noS. Uhura explained they were looking for the fugitive John Harrison, but the Klingon simply responded by grabbing her by the throat and pulling out a knife, prompting James T. Kirk to go on the offensive. The Klingon was killed when Harrison showed himself, armed with a Boolean gun. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

This officer was played by Sean Blakemore.
Joseph Gatt auditioned for the part but was unsuccessful in obtaining it, only later to be cast as Science Officer 0718 from Star Trek Into Darkness. [1]
The 2013 virtual collectible card battle game Star Trek: Rivals gives his name as Klingon Captain Kuron on card #68.


Qo'noS patrol officers

These Klingon officers were patrol guards who stopped the K'normian trading ship with Kirk, Spock, Uhura, Hendorff, and a security officer in an area of the Ketha Province. In the following firefight with John Harrison, many of them were killed. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

Among the actors are Nick E. Tarabay and stuntman Curtis Lyons. The other Klingons were played by unknown actors and unknown stunt performers.
David Sobolov and Fred Tatasciore provided all the Klingon voices.
The 2013 virtual collectible card battle game Star Trek: Rivals used several Klingons from Into Darkness as characters for the cards. It named them Klingon Warrior Durrah on card #30, Marg on card #31, Ch'tak on card #32, K'Dohr on card #33, Lorak on card #34, and Klingon Commander Raz on card #67.


Starship personnel


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