She passed B'Elanna Torres, Janeway, Tuvok, and Kes in a corridor outside sickbay while a non-corporeal being appeared on board (VOY: "Cathexis") and Captain Janeway, Tuvok, and DoctorMa'Bor Jetrel, shortly after Jetrel was beamed aboard. (VOY: "Jetrel")
This Human command division officer was present at Neelix's Prixin party, standing between The Doctor and another woman when Neelix first looks around at everyone looking at him. (VOY: "Mortal Coil")
Later, he is one of the first couple of officers transported off the ship by the Nyrian invaders, shortly after exiting a turbolift. (VOY: "Displaced")
In an alternate timeline, he is in the mess hall during one of CaptainKathryn Janeway's pep talks to the crew after the ship had suffered heavy casualties. He was standing next to the elderly Human science officer (see below) and could be seen with his arms crossed, and hair unkempt. (VOY: "Year of Hell")
This Starfleet command division officer served aboard the Voyager when the ship was transported into the Delta Quadrant.
He was among the crewmembers who were transported aboard the Caretaker's array and accompanied Captain Kathryn Janeway when she received a distress call from Tom Paris. Later aboard the Voyager, he brought wounded crewmembers off the bridge, when the ship was attacked by a Kazon-Ogla ship. (VOY: "Caretaker")
He manned the conn when the Voyager was hit by spatial distortions. (VOY: "Parallax")
He joined fellow crewmembers on the holodeck in the program Chez Sandrine and was talking to a female crewmember when Captain Janeway and Ensign Kim also joined the program. (VOY: "The Cloud")
He took a drink in the mess hall before he visited Sikaris and joined female companions in the market place. (VOY: "Prime Factors")
As most Starfleet chief engineers are lieutenant commanders, it is speculated by fans that this character could be officers T. Ziegler or L. McGarry, as these were two names of lieutenant commanders in the casualty list displayed in "Imperfection".
This Starfleet officer was played by an unknown actress. In the Star Trek: Section 31 novel Shadow, it is revealed that her name is Ensign Roberta Luke, and she was assigned to Voyager by Section 31 to report on Maquis activities; the novel looks at various 'traps' she set for Seven of Nine due to her belief that Seven would be a danger to the crew due to her Borg nature, although the traps only activate after her death.
This security officer served as guard for the Benkarans and the Nygean prisoner Iko after Voyager beamed them aboard. Together with another security officer he stopped the wardenYediq and his two officers in abusing Iko. (VOY: "Repentance")
This female Starfleet officer was working as an engineer aboard the USS Voyager during its journey back home through the Delta Quadrant.
In 2375 she was working on the second level in engineering when the ships power went offline. Later, while B'Elanna Torres gave the Malon Emck a tour through engineering, she was working on a console. (VOY: "Night")
This Starfleet officer was played by regular background actress Noriko Suzuki who received no credit for her appearance.
She was working in the cargo bay after Neelix returned to the Voyager and introduced Arturis to Captain Janeway. She handed Commander Chakotay a PADD and watched sceptically at Lieutenant Paris, who found something that belongs to Neelix. (VOY: "Hope and Fear")
This Starfleet officer was played by background actress Audra Whaley, who received no credit for her appearances.
This gold shirted man was one of a handful of officers that joined the senior staff in standing at attention in Voyager's corridors to honor and say farewell to Neelix when he was rejoining his people in 2378. (VOY: "Homestead")
He was working in engineering when the ships power went offline while passing the Void. (VOY: "Night")
In 2375, he guarded Kashyk's quarters. When Janeway told him goodnight, she left with a grin on her face. He went to attention as she passed, and was told by Janeway, "As you were." (VOY: "Counterpoint")
She was working on a side station on the bridge when the Voyager prepared to leave Sikaris (VOY: "Prime Factors") and was also working on the bridge when several non-corporeal beings took over the control of the ship and Tuvok held the complete bridge crew as hostages. (VOY: "Cathexis")
A Human female transporter chief was assigned to Voyager, and during 2376, she along with the rest of Voyager's crew experienced the atrocities that happened in a massacre on Tarakis. Once Voyager found out what was causing it, she worked the transporter to transport the security team down to Tarakis. (VOY: "Memorial")
Later that year, while Seven of Nine and Tuvok were kidnapped by Penk's Tsunkatse ship, she beamed the Hirogen and Seven aboard after they were finally able to get a lock, and a full security team was present, and stopped Seven from attacking the Hirogen. (VOY: "Tsunkatse")
This Starfleet crewmember was surprised by Commander Chakotay when she was kissing a male ensign in a turbolift. She left the turbolift very quickly together with the ensign without an explanation. (VOY: "Elogium")
This Starfleet ensign served in the operations division on board the USS Voyager. He was caught by Commander Chakotay, kissing another crewmember in a turbolift. He apologized for his actions and left the turbolift very quickly. (VOY: "Elogium")
This Starfleet engineer stranded alongside the rest of the crew of the Voyager in the Delta Quadrant in 2371. He woke up in engineering after the crew was transported back to the Voyager by the Caretaker. (VOY: "Caretaker")
He was among the crew in engineering when the Voyager discovered a singularity and was hit by spatial distortions. (VOY: "Parallax")
This Starfleet ensign served aboard the USS Voyager when the ship landed in the Delta Quadrant in 2371.
Prior to the Voyager's departure from Deep Space 9, he visited the promenade. During the departure he served on the bridge and later had a meal in the mess hall. He was also among the crewmembers who were transported aboard the Caretaker's array and part of the team which accompanied Captain Janeway to answer a call from Tom Paris. After the crew was brought back aboard the ship, he served as relief operations officer for EnsignHarry Kim when Kim was held by the Ocampa. (VOY: "Caretaker")
He served on the aft section of the bridge when the Voyager discovered a singularity and was hit by spatial distortions (VOY: "Parallax") and on a side station when the Voyager discovered the fate of a civilization. (VOY: "Time and Again")
He was part of the bridge crew when the Voyager discovered that the nebula they've examined is actually a lifeform (VOY: "The Cloud") and was working on a side station on the bridge when the Voyager sent a probe into a newly discovered wormhole. (VOY: "Eye of the Needle")
He participated in the bets on the holodeck in 2372. (VOY: "Meld") The same year he passed Captain Janeway and Commander Chakotay near a turbolift and later worked on an aft station on the bridge during Voyagers First Contact with the Drayans. (VOY: "Innocence")
In 2378 he celebrated the First Contact Day in the mess hall aboard the ship. Later, he served as relief tactical officer on the bridge, when Lieutenant Tuvok joined Neelix and Tom Paris on a mission with the Delta Flyer II. When Neelix left the ship, he was one of the crewmembers who stood in the row to bid him farewell. (VOY: "Homestead")
This recurring Starfleet officer was played by regular background actor Pablo Soriano who received no credit for his appearances.
Appears at the beginning on the bridge just before the Captain Kathryn Janeway stand, when Tom Paris off engines for approach the Voyager to Nebula. Also then appears in the ending (VOY: " The Haunting of Deck Twelve")
The same year he assisted Tuvok in escorting Valen from Voyager, after Valen made it clear he didn't want to play by Janeway's rules. (VOY: "The Void")
He celebrated First Contact Day in the mess hall among other crewmembers and stood in a row to bid farewell to Neelix who left the ship. Then this man and other handful of officers joined the senior staff in standing at attention in Voyager's corridors to honor and say farewell to Neelix when he was rejoining his people in 2378. (VOY: "Homestead")
A crewman of Asian descent runs past Seven shortly before Seven was transported to the future in 2375. (VOY: "Relativity")
She was present at the celebration in main engineering when the new quantum slipstream drive was completed in 2375, talking to another officer of Asian descent in the command division. (VOY: "Timeless")
This nurse was portrayed by background actress T. Peterson who received no credit for this appearance.
The Vulcan-appearing nurse can be seen in sickbay while Voyager is docked at DS9. She can also be seen smiling and laughing in the mess hall, which may imply (if she is Vulcan) that she is a descendant of the V'tosh ka'tur. In L.A. Graf's novelization of Caretaker, the character was given the name T'prena, whereas in Susan Wright's The Badlands, Book Two her name was T'Ral. Neither novel provides any meaningful background to the character.
This sciences division officer was in the mess hall aboard the USS Voyager when the ship was reconfigured by an energy field in 2371. When a confused B'Elanna Torres wound up in the mess hall while searching for engineering, he asked her if everything was all right. (VOY: "Twisted")
Earlier that year, he sampled Neelix's pepper sauce, which made him cough because it was too hot. (VOY: "Elogium")
This Starfleet officer served in multiple divisions on board the Voyager.
He was working on the bridge when the Kazon-Ogla under the command of Jabin attacked the Voyager and was injured. Two fellow crewmembers carried him off the bridge. (VOY: "Caretaker")
He served on the bridge while the Voyager tried to escape from the Quantum singularity and fell over a console when the ship was hit by a shock wave. (VOY: "Parallax")
He served in main engineering when the Voyager tried to repair the damage they've done to the nucleogenic cloud being and fell off the second level in engineering when the being activated its defense systems. (VOY: "The Cloud")