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List of unnamed 24th century Starfleet personnel.

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'aucdet IX medical technician

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.


Alternate timeline security officers

These two Starfleet security officers tried to catch Harry Kim in an alternate timeline in 2372 on Earth. They beamed into Kim's apartment, where Libby managed to hold them up. A few minutes later they chased Kim again and caught him on a street, where Tom Paris knocked them out. (VOY: "Non Sequitur")

Both stunt actors received no on-screen credit for their appearance.
It is unknown if they exist in the real timeline.


Amanda Rogers' foster parents

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

Bajor admission ceremony flag officers (2373)

These Starfleet flag officers attended the abortive ceremony meant to admit Bajor to the Federation in 2373. Several of them came to Benjamin Sisko aid when he collapsed after warning Bajor not to continue. (DS9: "Rapture")


Blood screening officers (2372)

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 j.g., 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")

Bonestell Recreation Facility customers

These four Starfleet officers were customers at the Bonestell Recreation Facility at Starbase Earhart in 2327. They watched a dom-jot game between Ensign Cortan Zweller and a Nausicaan and the following brawl. (TNG: "Tapestry")


Duck Blind crewman #1

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.


Duck Blind crewman #2

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.


Duck Blind crewman #3

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.


Duck Blind crewman #4

Shepard Ross, Insurrection

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.


Duck Blind crewman #5

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.


Exchange program officers

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")


Federation outpost scientists

These two Federation scientists were stationed on a Federation outpost in 2366. They were hit by several phaser blasts and were lying in a closed room following a raid by a group of Acamarian Gatherers. An away team from the Enterprise-D found them and they were beamed directly to sickbay where Doctor Beverly Crusher treated their injuries. (TNG: "The Vengeance Factor")


Female junior lieutenant (2369)

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 junior lieutenant was only mentioned in dialogue.


Female security officer

Female security officer, Paradise lost

A security officer

This Starfleet security officer guarded Benjamin Sisko after Admiral Leyton made Starfleet believe he was a Changeling. (DS9: "Paradise Lost")

The female officer was played by Mina Badie.


Hanson's aide

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.


Ilario's classmates

Hector Ilario and his classmates

Two Starfleet officers

These two Starfleet officers were classmates of the murdered Hector Ilario. Ilario kept a picture of them in his quarters. Counselor Ezri Dax later discovered that this picture with laughing faces on it was the reason for the murder of Ilario. (DS9: "Field of Fire")

Both Starfleet officers on the picture were portrayed by unknown actors.


Male security officer

Male security officer, Paradise lost

A security officer

This Starfleet security officer guarded Benjamin Sisko after Admiral Leyton made Starfleet believe he was a Changeling. (DS9: "Paradise Lost")

This security officer was played by Bobby C. King.


Officers on AR-558

These Starfleet 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.


Officers in Data's memory

Psychotronic stability examination 4

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.
It may be possible that they were officers aboard the Enterprise-D.


Pathfinder Admiral 1

Endgame Admiral 1

An Admiral at the Pathfinder Project in 2378

This Human male was one of four admirals (including Admiral Owen Paris) overseeing the Pathfinder Project at Starfleet's Communications Research Center in 2378 when Borg sphere 634 suddenly emerged from a transwarp aperture less than a light year from Earth. He and the others watched as the sphere was abruptly destroyed by the USS Voyager which had also returned through the aperture. He and the others welcomed the Voyager crew home soon after. (VOY: "Endgame")

This Pathfinder Admiral was played by regular background actor and stand-in Richard Sarstedt in his only speaking and credited role throughout his Star Trek career. He was listed in the end credits as 'Star Fleet Admiral'.


Pathfinder Admiral 2

Endgame Admiral 2

A Starfleet admiral

This female admiral was also present at the Pathfinder offices when the Borg sphere and Voyager appeared. (VOY: "Endgame")

She was played by background actress Irina Davidoff, who received no credit for her appearance.


Pathfinder Admiral 3

Endgame Admiral 3

A Starfleet Admiral

This male admiral was also present at the Pathfinder offices when the Borg sphere and Voyager appeared. (VOY: "Endgame")

This Admiral was played by background actor Carter Mitchell, who received no credit for his appearance.


Pathfinder Security Guard

Pathfinder security officer

A Human security officer

The Pathfinder security guard was under the command of Peter Harkins. He ordered the guard to arrest Reginald Barclay whom he had ordered to stay away from the Midas Array because Barclay had become obsessed with contacting Voyager. The guard was told to stun Barclay if he had to. The guard was stopped by Barclay when he ran into a holoprogram of Voyager and erected a force field around the guard. (VOY: "Pathfinder")

The security guard was played by Victor Bevine.


Pathfinder staff (2378)

These four Starfleet officers were assigned to the Pathfinder Project in 2378. They worked in the mission room of the Starfleet Communications Research Center in 2378 when the Voyager returned home and defeated the Borg. (VOY: "Endgame")

All four officers were played by background performers, who received no credit for their appearance. The costume worn by Lucy Rizo was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]


Pathfinder Technican

Pathfinder command technician

A Pathfinder Technician

The Pathfinder Technican interrupted Admiral Owen Paris as he was about to arrest Reginald Barclay for disobeying orders to stay away from the MIDAS array. Barclay was trying to contact Voyager which Starfleet believed was not possible. The technician then informed the admiral that they were receiving a transmission from Voyager. (VOY: "Pathfinder")

The Pathfinder Technician was played by Mark Daniel Cade.


Picard's afterlife voices

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

Two Starfleet officers, armed with phaser rifles, were beamed aboard the USS Prometheus after the ship, which had previously been taken over by Romulans, aided a task force of three Starfleet vessels defeat three Romulan D'deridex-class warbirds. They discovered the EMH Mark II of the Prometheus as well as the EMH of the USS Voyager, and were greeted by the latter: "Welcome to the Prometheus, gentlemen. It's about time." (VOY: "Message in a Bottle")

These two officers were played by unknown performers.


Rear Admiral

Rear Admiral, 2368

A Rear Admiral

This Rear Admiral accompanied Fleet Admiral Shanthi aboard the USS Enterprise-D 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.


Section 31 operatives

Section 31 operatives, Inquisition

Two Section 31 operatives

These Section 31 operatives accompanied Luther Sloan, an officer from Starfleet Department of Internal Affairs, when he arrived at Deep Space 9 and accused Dr. Julian Bashir of being a Dominion spy. (DS9: "Inquisition")

One of the operatives was played by Shawn Pereira. His uniform was later worn by Eric Pierpoint as operative Harris.


Shuttle pilot

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.


Transport captain (2369)

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 captain was only mentioned in dialogue.


Ventax II scientists

These three Starfleet scientists were stationed at the Federation science station on Ventax II in 2367 under the command of Dr. Howard Clark. When the Ventaxian citizens learned that their mythical figure Ardra returned riots occured and a few citizens attacked the science station. They held the scientists hostages and only Dr. Clark was beamed aboard the Enterprise-D. Later they were set free at order of Ardra. (TNG: "Devil's Due")


Venture captain

This individual was the Captain of the USS Venture in the 2370s. He was a friend of Benjamin Sisko. 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")

Vulcan Admiral

Jadzia Dax was decorated on her first assignment by an unnamed Vulcan Admiral. She told Kira Nerys about this while under the influence of a Saltah'na energy sphere in 2369. (DS9: "Dramatis Personae")

The Vulcan admiral was only mentioned in dialogue.


Vulcan officers

These two Vulcan Starfleet 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

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)

All eight performers received no on-screen credit for their appearances. They were played by actual musicians, and at least three of them are unknown actors. One is presumably a musician with the first name Chris[2]. His costume was auctioned on eBay along with the costumes of Spencer Wright [3], Katja Rieckermann [4], David Senescu [5], Noriko Olling [6], and Marcus Eley [7]. Two more costumes without name tag were also sold. [8] [9]


Wedding Guest 1 (2379)

Starfleet Wedding Guest 1

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.


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