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(covers information from several alternate timelines)

List of unnamed Starfleet Academy personnel.

23rd century

Barracks leader

Barracks leader

The barracks leader

The barracks leader was a Human commander at Starfleet Academy. In 2258 of an alternate reality, when Earth received a distress call from Vulcan, the barracks officer was charged with informing the cadets of their assigned starship. After completing the announcement, he was approached by James T. Kirk, who wanted to know why his name had not been called. The barracks leader informed Kirk that he was on academic suspension until the Starfleet Academy Council made a ruling regarding Kirk's reprogramming of the Kobayashi Maru scenario. (Star Trek)

The barracks leader was played by Paul McGillion.


Barracks officer

Barracks officer

A barracks officer

This female Starfleet officer was working at Starfleet Academy in 2259 of an alternate reality. She assigned several cadets to their ships including Nyota Uhura and wished them good luck. (Star Trek)

This officer was played by Lisa Vidal.


Cadets (2250s)

These Starfleet cadets served in Starfleet in 2258 of an alternate reality.

Some of them watched the hearing of James T. Kirk at the Starfleet Academy in which he was confronted with Spock and his try to cheat at the Kobayashi Maru scenario.

Later they were gathered and informed about the attack of Vulcan by the Romulan Nero and his starship Narada. Then they were assigned to several starships. (Star Trek)

Most of the cadets were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.
The alien cadet portrayed by Jeff Chase later appeared aboard Enterprise as a crewmember in the torpedo bay. He was dubbed "Dexter" during the production by the crew to distinguish him from the other aliens.


Councilmembers

These Starfleet officers were part of the Starfleet Academy council in 2258 of an alternate reality. They attended the hearing for cadet James T. Kirk and later also his promotion. (Star Trek)

According to IMDb, Rico E. Anderson's character is named Captain Kelley Bogel.


Shuttle officer

Shuttle officer

A shuttle officer

This shuttle officer initially refused to allow James T. Kirk to board the shuttlecraft Gilliam, bound for the USS Enterprise, as the cadet, though visibly quite ill with an infection from a Melvaran mud flea bite, was on academic suspension at the time. He relented, however, after Doctor Leonard McCoy insisted that, while Kirk was not cleared for duty, he was, and, as his attending physician, his authority granted by Starfleet medical code to remain with a patient in his care (in truth McCoy had infected Kirk himself for the express purpose of invoking this regulation) overrode Kirk's grounding. (Star Trek)

This shuttle officer was played by Alex Nevil. In the novelization of the film, the officer thinks to himself that he has never seen a cadet who looked as bad as Kirk did on the ramp up to the shuttle.


Stenographer

College council stenographer

A stenographer

This Human woman served as stenographer for the Starfleet Academy council in the 2250s. She was present when James T. Kirk was accused cheating at the Kobayashi Maru scenario test and also later during Kirk's promotion. (Star Trek)

The stenographer was portrayed by actress Margot Farley.


Teachers and instructors

These Humans worked as teachers and instructors at the Starfleet Academy in the 2250s. They were present during James T. Kirk's hearing and also when Kirk was promoted to captain. Some of them coordinated the cadet assignments in Hangar 1 after the distress call from Vulcan. (Star Trek)

All teachers and instructors were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance.


Test administrators

These test administrators were human members of Starfleet who supervised Starfleet Academy's Kobayashi Maru scenario in 2258 of the alternate reality. They oversaw James T. Kirk's third attempt at taking the test and were baffled by his carefree, whimsical attitude towards the simulation. They were further confounded when, after a brief interruption in the simulation's computer, Kirk beat the simulation, becoming the first cadet to do so. Unbeknown to them, Kirk had installed a subroutine into the computer, altering the conditions of test to make it possible to win. (Star Trek)


24th century

Academy commandant

Bolian Starfleet Academy Commandant

The Starfleet Academy commandant

The academy commandant was a Bolian Admiral that was approached by Admiral Leyton in 2373 regarding the use of Red Squad to assist the Starfleet takeover of the Federation. The Commandant initially thought it was a mistake to use them, but later admitted that they performed their mission admirably following its success. Captain Benjamin Sisko contacted the Commandant regarding a transporter log that was found following the operation. The commandant thanked Sisko for pointing out the oversight from the cover-up, cautioning that he did not want anyone from Red Squad to get in trouble for their actions. (DS9: "Paradise Lost")

The Academy commandant was played by Rudolph Willrich.


Academy range officer

The Academy range officer was the officer in charge of the Academy Flight Range, located near Saturn. The team navigator of any group of cadets using the Flight Range is responsible for filing a flight plan with the Academy Range officer before any flight exercise. (TNG: "The First Duty")

The Academy Range officer was only mentioned in dialogue.


Cadets (2368)

These Starfleet Academy cadets attended the Starfleet Academy in 2368 during the inquest into the death of Nova Squadron cadet Joshua Albert, presided by superintendent Admiral Brand. Some of them attended the hearings and some passed Captain Picard, Wesley Crusher, and Boothby in the Academy gardens. (TNG: "The First Duty")

All cadets were played by background performers who received no credit for their appearance. Beside the named ones pictured below the others were played by actors J. Stanfill, Belscher, K. Holland, and Cohen and actresses Mitchell, Raber, and Dixon. Several uniforms were later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay including Brian Bennett's [1] and six unknown performers. [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
They filmed their scenes on Monday 27 January 1992 on location at the Japanese Garden at the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant and on Friday 31 January 1992 and Monday 3 February 1992 on Paramount Stage 16.
A scene extended with a matte painting from "The First Duty" was later re-used for the fifth season episode "Time's Arrow", also featuring several of the cadets.


Peliar Zel cadet

This Peliar Zel native was a command division cadet at Starfleet Academy in 2368. She was present during the hearings overseen by Admiral Brand concerning the death of Nova Squadron member Joshua Albert and was also seen talking to a fellow cadet on the Academy grounds. (TNG: "The First Duty")

This Peliar Zel cadet was played by Cigi Britton and Louise Bale. While Bale portrayed this Peliar Zel native during the exterior scenes, Britton can be seen as this cadet during the hearing scenes at the Starfleet Academy. Britton filmed her scenes on Friday 31 January 1992 and Monday 3 February 1992 on Paramount Stage 16 and is listed as "female alien cadet" on the call sheets. Bale filmed her scenes on location at the Japanese Garden on Monday 27 January 1992 and is listed as "Alien Cadet" on the call sheet.
Both uniforms were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. Bale was misspelled as "Layise Bale" on the name tag and Britton as "Cigi Brihen". [8] [9] [10]


Relaxing cadet

Relaxing cadet

A Starfleet cadet

This Starfleet cadet was sitting under a tree but at the flowers in the garden of the Starfleet Academy in 2368. Boothby was angry about his careless behavior and shouted him away. (TNG: "The First Duty")

This cadet was played by background actor Richard Rothenberg who received no credit for his appearance. He filmed his scene on location at the Japanese Garden on Monday 27 January 1992.


Teachers (2368)

These four Starfleet Academy teachers were present furing the hearings of the Nova Squadron in 2368, presided by superintendent Admiral Brand. (TNG: "The First Duty")

Beside Hal Donahue, the three female teachers were played by L. Jeffreys, V. Valles, and M. Dysart.
They filmed their scenes on Monday 27 January 1992 on location at the Japanese Garden and on Friday 31 January 1992 and Monday 3 February 1992 on Paramount Stage 16.


Vulcan cadet

Vulcan cadet 2368

A Vulcan cadet

This Vulcan was a command division cadet at Starfleet Academy in 2368. He was present during the hearings overseen by Admiral Brand concerning the death of Nova Squadron member Joshua Albert. (TNG: "The First Duty")

This Vulcan was played by background actor A. Valdez who received no credit for this appearance.
Valdez filmed his scenes on Monday 27 January 1992 on location at the Japanese Garden and on Friday 31 January 1992 and Monday 3 February 1992 on Paramount Stage 16.


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