A bodyguard is a security position held by a operative who protects another person (or persons) from danger or threat.

Bodyguards were commonly used by individuals in power in the mirror universe. (ENT novel: Age of the Empress) High ranking members of the Klingon Empire would also employ bodyguards. (TOS - Mere Anarchy eBook: Its Hour Come Round) The bodyguards for the Emperor of the Klingon Empire were called the Honor Guard. (TNG video game: Klingon Honor Guard)

In the year 2268, two Starfleet Intelligence agents encountered Chathani and her two Antican bodyguards while on the Gorn-controlled world of Seudath. (VAN - Declassified novella: The Stars Look Down)

The entrepreneur Alur orJada employed a Payav bodyguard in the 2270s. (TOS - Mere Anarchy eBook: Shadows of the Indignant)

Lieutenant commander Data built a series of experimental robotic bodyguards after losing Ensign Yen to a rock climbing accident in 2375. The experiment of using the robotic guards went very wrong and Data had to find a method of disabling the robots without causing any further harm. (TNG short story: "Protecting Data's Friends")

Gaila had used several Breen bodyguards in 2377. (ST novella: Reservoir Ferengi)

After 2381 a member of the Romulan Reunification Movement served as Spock's bodyguard. (ST - Typhon Pact novel: Rough Beasts of Empire)

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