A is for the Artemis, yet another ill-fated Federation vessel. B is for Bajoran Brownies. C is for the Columbia. USS Columbia, NX-02. Sister ship to the USS Enterprise, NX-01. D is for the Dauntless, another NX-01 that the Voyager crew should have immediately found very suspicious based on the registry number alone. E is for Excelsior. NX-2000 F is for the Farragut, James Kirk's very first assignment after graduating from Starfleet Academy in 2254. G is for Grissom, where the bridge crew sit pretty in pink. H is for Harris, a mid-22nd century official of Section 31 who liked to yank Malcolm Reed around. I is for Iotian gangsters. J is for the Jenolen's transporter. Scotty managed to rig the thing so that he'd remain alive inside the pattern buffer for a whopping 75 years. K is for the Kelvin. Once again proving that it's bad luck to have only one warp nacelle. L is for Lawrence Marvick, one of the chief designers of the Enterprise 1701 and other Constitution-class starships of the mid-to-late 23rd century. M is for Marlena Moreau. The MU Captain's woman. One of the more delightful aspects of the Mirror Universe. N is for the Nanite infestation of the Enterprise-D in early 2366. O is for Organian Peace Treaty. P is for Praxis explosion debris drifting in space near Qo'noS. Q is for Quantum Leap actors in Star Trek. R is for the Romulan incursion into Federation space across the border of the Neutral Zone in 2266, ending more than a century of isolation. S is for Starboard Bow. That's where the Klingons are!! T is for Tiburon. Federation member world and home of Dr. Sevrin, one groovy and fairly dangerous man. U is for United Earth Space Probe Agency. V is for Vulcans and their excellent taste in designing women's space exploration clothing. W is for Whales. X is for the USS eXcalibur (NCC-26517), from the New Frontier novels. Y is for Yridians scrotum-like faces. Z is for Zahra. The extremely attractive yeoman that accompanied the landing party down to Deneva. At least she knew how to duck.