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"Call to Arms" was the 124th episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the 26th and final episode of the show's fifth season, first aired during the week of 16 June 1997. The episode was written by Ira Steven Behr and Robert Hewitt Wolfe and directed by Allan Kroeker.

Summary[]

With more and more Dominion warships entering the Alpha Quadrant, Benjamin Sisko and the crew mine the entrance to the wormhole, provoking an attack on Deep Space 9.

References[]

Characters[]

Julian BashirBroikCorat DamarJadzia DaxSkrain DukatElim GarakJonesKellyKira NerysLeetaMartok, son of UrthogMornM'PellaNogMiles O'BrienOdoQuarkPaxton ReeseRomBenjamin SiskoJake SiskoTora ZiyalWeyoun 5Worf, son of MoghDeep Space 9 personnel (Deep Space 9 residents)
Referenced only 
Keiko O'BrienMolly O'BrienKirayoshi O'BrienPrinadoraShakaar EdonThomas Paine

Locations[]

Alpha QuadrantBajoran wormholeDeep Space 9/Terok NorDocking ringHabitat ringInfirmaryOperations centerPromenadeQuark'sStation commander's office
Referenced only 
BajorCardassiaEarthFederation-Cardassian borderGamma QuadrantTorros III

Starships and vehicles[]

USS Defiant.

Akira-classDanube-class runabout (in opening credits) • USS Defiant (Defiant-class escort) • Excelsior-classGalaxy-classGalor-classHideki-classJanitza-classJem'Hadar fighterUSS Leeds (Nebula-class explorer, in opening credits) • Miranda-classIKS Rotarran (K'vort-class) • Saber-classSteamrunner-classTenak'talar (Jem'Hadar battle cruiser) • Vor'cha-class

Races and cultures[]

BajoranB'kaaziCardassianChangelingFerengiHumanJem'HadarKlingonPeliarTrillVortaYridian
Referenced only 
MiradornOrionRisianRomulanTellariteTholianVulcan

States and organizations[]

Jem'Hadar fighter.

Bajoran MilitiaCardassian GuardCardassian UnionDominionFederation News ServiceKlingon Defense ForceKlingon EmpirePromenade Merchants' AssociationStarfleetUnited Federation of Planets
Referenced only 
Council of MinistersFoundersStarfleet Second FleetStarfleet CommandStarfleet Intelligence

Other references[]

Bajoran languagebaseballBattle of Torros IIIBridal auctioncargo shipcloaking deviceconvoydabodermal regeneratorDominion WarEmissary of the ProphetsFerengi Rules of AcquisitionhypospraykanarKlingon-Cardassian Warlatinumlatinum dancemedical tricordermineminefieldMoogienonaggression pactOccupation of BajorProgram Sisko 197proximity sensorpulse minereplicatorroot beersalsaSecond Battle of Deep Space 9self-replicating mineStarfleet uniformStarfleet uniform (2373-2386)tapestrytask forcevirtual scanner headsetwaste extractionweddingwrappageyamok sauce

Appendices[]

Related media[]

Video releases[]

Background[]

DS9 - The Dominion War novelization: Call to Arms....

Notable cast and crew[]

Captain Benjamin Sisko.

Images[]

Connections[]

Timeline[]

published order
Previous episode:
In the Cards
DS9 episode produced Next episode:
A Time to Stand
Previous episode:
In the Cards
DS9 episode aired Next episode:
A Time to Stand
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
see Call to Arms... for chronology
Pocket Next Adventure:
see Call to Arms... for chronology


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