A is for the Adelphi, a mid-to-late 24th century Federation starship. B is for Bagpipes played by Scotty at Spock's funeral. C is for Computer. Hello Computer.... A keyboard. How quaint. D is for Defiant, the name of at least three different Federation starships between the mid-23rd and late 24th centuries, two of which were commanded by Benjamin Sisko. E is for Engineers. They love to change things. F is for the Fabrini, inhabitants of the advanced asteroid-spacecraft they called Yonada. G is for Glommer. Tribble predator. H is for Harry Mudd. A white slaver in the 23rd Century. And he got away with it. I is for Internal security. Section 31 dealt with it within Starfleet and Federation borders. J is for Janice Lester, who drove herself mad with jealousy, hatred, and ambition. K is for the Klingon Military Government of Organia in 2267. L is for Leola root. M is for Mendon of Benzar. N is for Nagilum. O is for Osric Whipple, an absent-minded professor encountered by the Enterprise crew in Gold Key Comics. P is for the Potemkin, William Riker's assignment in the year 2361 when he was unknowingly duplicated by a bizarre transporter phenomenon. Q is for Quiet, an apt description for the interior of the duplicate Enterprise constructed on Gideon. R is for Rudy Ransom. S is for Sybok of Vulcan. Your pain runs deep. Share it with him! T is for Trelane. He would have won. Honest. He would have. He would have. He would have. He would. He would. He would. He would. U is for Uranus, the seventh planet in the Sol system and Sector 001. V is for Ventral Shields offline. I think someone is trying to shoot the Enterprise in the ass. W is for the War between the Federation and the Tzenkethi, a recent-enough event that both Benjamin Sisko and Thomas Leyton served in the war aboard the starship Okinawa. X is for X as in Charlie X. Y is for the Yaderans. Z is for Zetarans.