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The Chief of Starfleet Intelligence was a high-ranking position in Starfleet Command, and the occupant was charged with the complete control of all of Starfleet Intelligence. The position was usually filled by a full four-star admiral.

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In 2156, Admiral Ko Ji-hoon was the Chief of United Earth Starfleet Intelligence; he held that position throughout the Earth-Romulan War and the founding of the Federation Starfleet until his death in 2164. (ST - Section 31 novel: Control)

In 2268, Admiral Selim Aziz was the Chief of Starfleet Intelligence; he held that position throughout the rest of the 23rd century and into the early-24th century until approximately 2303. (VAN novel: Storming Heaven; TLE novel: One Constant Star)

In 2360, Admiral Nyota Uhura was the Chief of Starfleet Intelligence; in her position, the supercenterian was considered by the Commander-in-Chief of the Federation Starfleet and the President of the United Federation of Planets as one of the most valuable officers in all of Starfleet. (TLE novel: Catalyst of Sorrows)

She remained as Chief of Starfleet Intelligence throughout the Dominion War and the Watraii affair of 2377. (TOS - Vulcan's Soul novels: Exodus, Exiles, Epiphany)

In 2385, after years of service to Starfleet Intelligence as both a field and flag officer, Admiral Marta Batanides was made Chief of Starfleet Intelligence. (ST - The Fall novel: A Ceremony of Losses) Batanides continued to serve as Chief of Starfleet Intelligence at least through early 2387. (TNG novel: Collateral Damage)

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Starfleet Intelligence personnel
Chief of Starfleet Intelligence Ko Ji-hoonSelim AzizNyota UhuraMarta Batanides UFP seal Starfleet Command logo
Other personnel Peter AldenMackenzie CalhounAntonio DelgadoSarina DouglasStephen KlisiewiczBridget McLellanSerrosel ch'NaylaAlynna NechayevParvati RaoWilliam RossOrtees SharadT'PrynnRuriko TenmeiAllen TraskLibby WebberElias Vaughn
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