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An after action report was a type of report used by Starfleet to provide a retrospective analysis of a series of actions taken, generally by the authors themselves. (STO - Agents of Yesterday mission: "Message From Another Time I")


Following the crisis on Tarsus IV in 2246, the subsequent massacre of 4,000 colonists, and the pursuit of former Governor Kodos Starfleet Lieutenant Commander Philippa Georgiou wrote after action reports for Admiral Brett Anderson and Starfleet Command. (DSC novel: Drastic Measures)

In 2375, Captain Benjamin Sisko would use an after action report submitted by Worf to confront Gowron about his orders that caused the destruction of 7 warships and damaged 5 more, as well as putting Martok into sickbay. (DS9 episode: "Tacking Into the Wind")

Later the same year, Captain Sisko referenced an after action report from AR-558 that said Reese had saved Sisko's life. (DS9 - Tales of the Dominion War short story: "Requital")

In 2410, the Alpha Quadrant Alliance was granted access to after-action reports of Commander Nereda, first officer of the 29th century starship USS Pastak. On November 29, 2154, Nereda rewported foiling the Na'kuhl attempt to free, and then kill, Doctor Arik Soong. A member of Nereda's strike team and herself had been wounded in battle. Nereda feared that ending the Soong line prematurely and depriving Starfleet of its first android crewmember would have been disastrous. (STO - Agents of Yesterday mission: "Message From Another Time I")

In her next report, Nereda noted her distaste about the mission. Working undercover for the Obsidian Order in the 23rd century, she had to prevent the Na'kuhl from killing 5-year-old Procal Dukat with a bomb, thus allowing the infamous [[Gul] Skrain Dukat to fulfill his destiny. This also prevented a democratic [[revolution] on Cardassia Prime (STO - Agents of Yesterday mission: "Message From Another Time II")

In another after-action report, Nereda recounted her mission to Kolaren III, where she prevented Na'kuhl agents from recovering the buried pieces of B-4. The Na'kuhl wanted to use the android to destroy the USS Enterprise-E in 2379 while it was in orbit of Romulus. Nereda was displeased she had to re-bury some B-4's parts. (STO - Agents of Yesterday mission: "Message From Another Time III")

In the 2370s, Nereda was mysteriously aided by Elim Garak, who killed a Na'kuhl agent trying to murder Jake Sisko on Deep Space 9 by re-programming a holosuite. (STO - Agents of Yesterday mission: "Message From Another Time IV")

In her final after-action report, Nereda reported her struggle to foil Na'kuhl who tried to use B'Elanna Torres's dreadnought missile to destroy USS Voyager in 2372. Nereda was nearly killed by the missile, and expressed regret for leaving "Dreadnought" for Voyager to discover at all. (STO - Agents of Yesterday mission: "Message From Another Time V")

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