A is for Altair VI, featured in the Kobayashi Maru training program at the beginning of the film
B is for Bennet, Harve, producer
C is for Ceti Eel, naturally.
D is for David...David Marcus, the son of James T. Kirk
E is for Enterprise Class, the contentious designation of the SFA simulator
F is for fricking huge pecs, which Khan had
G is for the Genesis Device
H is for Helmsman Sulu
I is for Instructor. Which Captain Spock apparently was at Star Fleet Academy at the beginning of the movie.
J is for Jack-off (how Khan pronounces Chekov)
K is for KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!!!!
L is for logic, which apparently dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one.
M is for Mutara Nebula
N is for Nicholas Meyer, director of TWOK
O is for Joachim's excited and concerned line "Our shields are dropping!" just before Kirk and the Enterprise open fire on the Reliant
P is for Poorly done matte painting of the Genesis cave
Q is for Quiet. It was too quiet in the Regula 1 space laboratory when Kirk & Co. got there.
R is for Reliant, formerly commander by Captain Clark Terrell
S is for Spock. Had a great death scene.
T is for Khan's Two dimensional thinking regarding starship battle tactics.
U is for Underhanded. Kirk's tactics during the Kobayashi Maru scenario
V is for Vulcan cool, which Spock displayed
W is for Warp Drive. As in "We need warp drive or we're all dead!"
X is for The Mark X
Bridge Simulator. Where Saavik's Kobayashi Maru scenario took place.
Y is for Young. As in how Kirk felt in the very last scene of the film as he reflected on Spock's death.
Z is for Z-axis. The Enterprise used a z-axis maneuver to sneak behind the Reliant and disable her while in the nebula. End-of-line.