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  • Section 31
  • Section 31
  • Section 31
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  • En 2374, la section 31 approche le docteur Julian Bashir afin de lui proposer de rejoindre l'agence. La section 31 est aussi responsable du développement et de l'utilisation d'une arme bactériologique mortelle contre les Fondateurs. Ce plan génocidaire était proche de l'aboutissement lorsque le Dr. Julian Bashir trouva un traitement en pénétrant de force dans l'esprit de Luther Sloan. Ligne temporelle Kelvin(créée par l'incursion de Nero en 2233)
  • Section 31 is a rogue branch of Starfleet operating under article 31 of the Starfleet charter.
  • Contrary to a non-canonites rumor, Harry Mudd was never affiliated with Section 31 — as if the organization existed in the first place (which is categorically denied); he was a mere con-man and pimp.
  • Section 31 is a covert organization within Starfleet Intelligence with the purpose to protect The United Federation of Planets by any and all means they deem necessary. Officially they do not exist and Starfleet has been reluctant to admit to any knowledge of them. Section 31 claims to solve problems within the Federation that no one even knew existed. They will often also do the "dirty work" of the Federation, dealing with known problems in ways that are unacceptable to the Federation.
  • Little information is available about the activities of the organization; one of its operatives has claimed that Section 31 deals with threats to the Federation that others do not even realize exist. The group's historical precedent derives from the 22nd century, when an ancestral organization within the Earth Starfleet acted covertly in the interests of United Earth. (DS9: "Inquisition"; ENT: "Divergence") Section 31's actions are autonomous and neither controlled nor acknowledged by Starfleet Command or the Federation government. (DS9: "Inquisition")
  • Section 31 was the name of an officially-nonexistent clandestine organization within Starfleet Intelligence that claimed to protect the security interests of Starfleet and the Federation.
  • Section 31 is an officially nonexistent and rogue organisation, branching loosely from Starfleet Intelligence. The group wasn't acknowledged by either Starfleet Command or the Federation government. According to one operative, the organisation dealt with threats that the Federation knew nothing or very little about. The memories that were taken were stored in a memory buffer on the planetoid Anaura, which was located deep within Tholian space. In 2598, the Federation starship USS Pioneer, captained by Edward Mantree, was ordered by Federation President Lorel to retrieve the information.
  • Section 31 was the code name of an officially nonexistent and uncondoned rogue agency within Starfleet Intelligence that claimed to protect the security interests of the United Federation of Planets. The group's historical precedent derived from the 22nd century, when an ancestral organization within Starfleet acted covertly in the interests of United Earth. * [1] * [2] * [3] * [4] * [5] * [6] * [7] * [8] * [9] * [10] * [11] * [12] |}
  • Section 31 was an officially nonexistent and uncondoned rogue agency within the Federation Starfleet that claimed to operate in the name of the security of the United Federation of Planets. Little information is available about the activities of the bureau. Those sympathetic to Section 31 assert that it was an elite intelligence and defense bureau dealing with threats to the Federation that official departments, such as the Federation Security Service or Starfleet Intelligence, either were simply not aware of, or were unable to properly confront. More hostile sources, however, claim that it was an organization dedicated merely to its own interests, regardless of whether or not said interests coincided with the interests of Federation security.
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Goals
  • Defend the United Federation of Planets by any means necessary.
Service name
  • Section 31
Date
  • July 2004
Active
  • from 2151
Origin
  • Star Trek: Enterprise
Skills
  • Torture
  • Brainwashing
  • Sabotage
  • Covert operations
  • Intelligence gathering
  • Assassination
  • Since it is not an actual branch of government it is therefore accountable to no one
  • Autonomously clandestine
  • Coup d'états
  • Occupying and planted within all ranks and files
Type
  • fed
re-id
  • 1385641
re-date
  • April 2012
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service type
  • Covert operations
Foundation
  • 2151
Alias
  • The Organization
  • The Bureau
  • Thirty-One
Commanders
  • Classified
  • Admiral Alexander Marcus
Headquarters
Allegiance
ID
  • 23523
Fullname
  • Section 31
Size
  • 300
Agents
  • Enderby
  • Harris
  • John Harrison
  • Cole
  • William Ross
  • David Webb
  • Robert April
  • Luther Sloan
  • Julian Bashir
  • Malcolm Reed
  • Thomas Harewood
  • Peter Lawrence
  • Franklin Drake
  • Connaught Rossa
  • Admiral Lance Cartwright
  • Admiral Matthew Dougherty
  • Ambassador Aubin Tabor
  • Bendes Kettaract
  • Caliq Azura
  • Charles Tucker III
  • Commander Cortin Zweller
  • Darwyn Friel
  • Dietz
  • Ensign Roberta Luke
  • Erik Pressman
  • Erovan M'Rill
  • Ethan Locken
  • Jedburgh
  • Jhun Kulkarno
  • Ken Kitsom
  • Kestellenar th'Teshinaal
  • L'Haan
  • Malla Tancreda
  • Merra
  • Olivia Akomo
  • Sakonna
  • Sarina Douglas
  • Tinh Hoc Phuong
  • Tomas Roeder
  • Vasily Zeitsev
  • Yuki Sulu
emblem image
  • 31
type of villains
  • Conspiring saboteurs
primary missions
  • sabotage, intelligence gathering, Coup d'états
abstract
  • En 2374, la section 31 approche le docteur Julian Bashir afin de lui proposer de rejoindre l'agence. La section 31 est aussi responsable du développement et de l'utilisation d'une arme bactériologique mortelle contre les Fondateurs. Ce plan génocidaire était proche de l'aboutissement lorsque le Dr. Julian Bashir trouva un traitement en pénétrant de force dans l'esprit de Luther Sloan. Ligne temporelle Kelvin(créée par l'incursion de Nero en 2233)
  • Section 31 is a rogue branch of Starfleet operating under article 31 of the Starfleet charter.
  • Section 31 is an officially nonexistent and rogue organisation, branching loosely from Starfleet Intelligence. The group wasn't acknowledged by either Starfleet Command or the Federation government. According to one operative, the organisation dealt with threats that the Federation knew nothing or very little about. By 2598, Section 31 had been eradicated. As they kept no permanent documentation, members of the group were hunted down by the Federation, where they forcibly had their memories extracted. This caused a public uproar by various member species of the Federation, who deemed the act is "inhumane". Medji Crassana, president at the time, defended his actions, stating that it was necessary "to protect the future of the Federation". The memories that were taken were stored in a memory buffer on the planetoid Anaura, which was located deep within Tholian space. In 2598, the Federation starship USS Pioneer, captained by Edward Mantree, was ordered by Federation President Lorel to retrieve the information. Before the Pioneer went to Anaura, only the president, the Commander-in-Chief of Starfleet, and the Head of Starfleet Intelligence were allowed to know the location of the memory buffer. Section 31 was also known by its members simply as "31". (PIO: "On a Knife Edge")
  • Contrary to a non-canonites rumor, Harry Mudd was never affiliated with Section 31 — as if the organization existed in the first place (which is categorically denied); he was a mere con-man and pimp.
  • Section 31 is a covert organization within Starfleet Intelligence with the purpose to protect The United Federation of Planets by any and all means they deem necessary. Officially they do not exist and Starfleet has been reluctant to admit to any knowledge of them. Section 31 claims to solve problems within the Federation that no one even knew existed. They will often also do the "dirty work" of the Federation, dealing with known problems in ways that are unacceptable to the Federation.
  • Section 31 was the code name of an officially nonexistent and uncondoned rogue agency within Starfleet Intelligence that claimed to protect the security interests of the United Federation of Planets. The group's historical precedent derived from the 22nd century, when an ancestral organization within Starfleet acted covertly in the interests of United Earth. Little information is available about the activities of the organization; one of its operatives claimed that Section 31 dealt with threats to the Federation that others did not even realize existed. Section 31's actions were autonomous and were neither controlled nor acknowledged by Starfleet Command or the Federation government. They have been described as the "Judge, Jury, and Executioner" of the Alpha Quadrant.{|summary="Contents" class="toc" id="toc" | * [1] * [2] * [3] * [4] * [5] * [6] * [7] * [8] * [9] * [10] * [11] * [12] |}
  • Section 31 was an officially nonexistent and uncondoned rogue agency within the Federation Starfleet that claimed to operate in the name of the security of the United Federation of Planets. Little information is available about the activities of the bureau. Those sympathetic to Section 31 assert that it was an elite intelligence and defense bureau dealing with threats to the Federation that official departments, such as the Federation Security Service or Starfleet Intelligence, either were simply not aware of, or were unable to properly confront. More hostile sources, however, claim that it was an organization dedicated merely to its own interests, regardless of whether or not said interests coincided with the interests of Federation security. In the 22nd century, an ancestral organization within the United Earth Starfleet, also identified as "Section 31", acted covertly in the interests of United Earth. Section 31's actions were autonomous, and therefore not controlled by Starfleet Command or the Federation government. (DS9 episode: "Inquisition", ENT episode: "Divergence", ENT novel: The Good That Men Do)
  • Little information is available about the activities of the organization; one of its operatives has claimed that Section 31 deals with threats to the Federation that others do not even realize exist. The group's historical precedent derives from the 22nd century, when an ancestral organization within the Earth Starfleet acted covertly in the interests of United Earth. (DS9: "Inquisition"; ENT: "Divergence") Section 31's actions are autonomous and neither controlled nor acknowledged by Starfleet Command or the Federation government. (DS9: "Inquisition")
  • Section 31 was the name of an officially-nonexistent clandestine organization within Starfleet Intelligence that claimed to protect the security interests of Starfleet and the Federation.
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