A Cardassian security program is activated which locks down the station.
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- Julian Bashir • Jadzia Dax • Skrain Dukat • Elim Garak • Jones • Danig Kell • Kira Nerys • Miles O'Brien • Odo • Quark • Benjamin Sisko • Jake Sisko
- Deep Space 9 • Habitat ring • Infirmary • Operations center • Promenade • Replimat • Security office • Station commander's office
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- USS Defiant
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- access code • comcuff • con artist • counter-insurgency program • daimon • deflector shield • deuterium • DNA • Ferengi Rules of Acquisition • forcefield • fusion reactor • garrison • Grand Nagus • gul • latinum • moon • neurocine gas • ore processing • ore processing facility • ore processor • phaser • racquetball • raktajino • red alert • red leaf tea • replicator • runabout • self destruct • uridium
- The counter-insurgency program is again activated in the video game The Fallen and the novel Hollow Men.
- Legate Kell has appeared in several novels, such as The Art of the Impossible, the Star Trek: Terok Nor trilogy and Fearful Symmetry. Kell's first name was revealed to be "Danig" in the latter novel.
- Quark's uncle Frin is mentioned in I, The Constable.
- Avery Brooks as Benjamin Sisko
- Nana Visitor as Kira Nerys
- Rene Auberjonois as Odo
- Alexander Siddig as Julian Bashir
- Terry Farrell as Jadzia Dax
- Armin Shimerman as Quark
- Andrew J. Robinson as Garak
- Marc Alaimo as Dukat
- Civil Defense article at Memory Alpha, the wiki for canon Star Trek.
- Civil Defense (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) article at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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