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For other uses, see Blaze of Glory.

"Blaze of Glory" was the 121st episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the 23rd episode of the show's fifth season, first aired during the week of 12 May 1997. The episode was written by Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe and directed by Kim Friedman.

Summary[]

Benjamin Sisko learns the Maquis may have launched missiles against Cardassia, forcing him to ally with Michael Eddington to take him to their launch site and stop them.

References[]

Characters[]

B'amaraJulian BashirBroikJadzia DaxMichael EddingtonJonesKira NerysMartok, son of UrthogNogMiles O'BrienOdoQuarkBenjamin SiskoJake SiskoRebecca SullivanVanceWorf, son of MoghDeep Space 9 personnel (Deep Space 9 residents)
Referenced only 
CrenshawDimitrisCalvin HudsonMornStilesYuen

Locations[]

Athos IVBadlandscentral coreDeep Space 9Demilitarized Zoneinfirmaryoperations centerPromenadeQuark'sstation commander's office
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Bajoran templeCanadaCardassiaCardassian borderEarth

Starships and vehicles[]

USS Defiant (Defiant-class escort) • Excelsior-classJanitza-class (in opening credits) • Jem'Hadar fighterUSS Leeds (Nebula-class explorer, in opening credits) • USS Rio Grande (Danube-class runabout) • USS Yeager (Federation Intrepid-variant light cruiser)

Races and cultures[]

BajoranChangelingFerengiHumanJem'HadarKlingonTrill
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CardassianProphets

States and organizations[]

Bajoran MilitiaDominionKlingon EmpireMaquisStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets
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Cardassian EmpireKlingon High CouncilStarfleet Academy

Science and classification[]

hydroponicsnebulaplasma filamentplasma waketechnologywarp signatureweapon

Technology and weapons[]

antimatter warheadbiogenic weaponcloaking deviceclass 4 cloaking devicedeflector gridhandcuffsholosuiteimpulse flow regulatorJefferies tubemaintenance conduitmissileneedletricobalt explosivestricorder

Measurement=[]

astronomical unitdecibelkilometermeter

Materials and substances[]

adrenalineboroncarbohydratedeuridiumproteintricobalt
Food and drink[]
carrotcorncurry chickenentree 103raktajinoricesquidtube grub

Lifeforms[]

Ligorian mastodonsabre bearsquidstuffingtarragontomatotube grub

Ranks and titles[]

commanderdoctorgeneral

Other references[]

authorization codebarstoolcourt-martialDeep Space 9 station regulation 82/7BhoneymoonKlingoneseloiteringlooneypardonpsychological evaluationrehabilitation seminarscienceshroudstarbaseStarfleet uniformStarfleet uniform (2373-2386)Thanksgiving

Appendices[]

Related media[]

Video releases[]

Background[]

Notable cast and crew[]

Captain Benjamin Sisko.

Images[]

Connections[]

Timeline[]

published order
Previous episode:
Children of Time
DS9 episode produced Next episode:
Empok Nor
Previous episode:
Children of Time
DS9 episode aired Next episode:
Empok Nor
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Displaced
Pocket Next Adventure:
House of Cards


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